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The law of gravity demonstrated on TV- Hilarious bloopers, some from tv shows, some home videos, all guaranteed to make you laugh.
29 May 2006
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A tribute to Final Fantasy 8 set to the music of "Gravity of Love" by Enigma.
18 Jul 2006
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Hummer zero gravity comercial.
26 Sep 2006
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Using a pair of sphere magnets we illustrate vehicles that can roll on ferrous walls, gravity be damned. The thicker the wall, the better traction attained.
6 Dec 2006
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Gravity defying still animation using quarters
11 Feb 2007
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Really gravity work
19 Feb 2007
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How to easily make a magnetic sculpture using 7 disc magnets, 1 cylinder magnet, and 1 metal plate. Will maintain gravity defying effects indefinitely and resonates with music.
12 Mar 2007
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This is the third video in an ongoing series which features cool tricks and amazing feats which can be performed by almost anyone, using ordinary household items. In this episode, "Mr. G" defies gravity with two forks and a flaming toothpick! An unbelievable experiment that will leave you hanging on the edge of your glass!
5 Apr 2007
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Gravity - Christian Music Video - Shawn McDonald - This Christian music video by Ground Zero Master's Commission asks: What is keeping you from being closer to God ?
5 Jun 2007
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Every body there right mind has wanted to know how to experience anti-gravity on earth.... now we can thanks to nvc scientists. watch to find out how!
15 Aug 2007
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Weather balloons and a climbing harness are used to slap gravity in the face.
20 Aug 2007
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Circulation in all living species Harnesses gravity to drive the fluids in trees, plants, animals, humans and even the Ocean Currents by acting upon minute changes in density due to evaporation / transpiration. This discovery helps us to understand how a non-living physical force generates circulation, breathing life into every living organism, including you and I. This video sets out some simple experiments that illustrate a powerful yet hitherto overlooked circulatory process capable of lifting water from ground level beyond 24 metres vertical without any artificial aids. There is no pump involved; yet water flows effortlessly like the sap in a tree to great heights. These experiments will amaze your Science Teachers and cause them to question what they are teaching in class. Mr Smith, the science teacher at Paignton Community College said when watching water flowing up to a third floor window at the College; 'I have no problem with this experiment, this is exactly how water is lifted by trees, but what can I do about it? I still have to teach the curriculum.' Doctor Choi in the engineering department at Exeter University after hearing my theory during our meeting looked out of the window of his office and said; 'For the first time, I understand a tree'. Two vascular surgeons from Torbay Hospital after witnessing the experiments and hearing the theory replied; ' I thought pure science was dead, yet here it is on my kitchen table'. Another quote went; 'This fit's with everything I know about Human Physiology and just has to be correct'. I was also asked what would happen to the pressures inside the vessels of the leg following exercise. I replied; 'there would be an increase in positive pressure in the arteries and a decreased pressure in the veins, according to my theory. They replied, this is exactly what does happen and until now we have not fully understood it. Professor Edzard Urnst at Exeter University following a short introduction to himself and several doctors wrote. We were truly fascinated! I have a huge collection of promises of further investigation and possible clinical trials being conducted to test the theory further. None have been forthcoming! A further video will follow shortly showing a scaled down version of the Brixham Experiment which was reported in the local press, witnessed by forestry senior management and scientists, yet ignored since 1995. The Brixham Experiment also featured in another video show the true power of this phenomenon. Please feel free to ask questions and leave a comment. Andrew The following review came from a letter I wrote to the Late Professor H T Hammel, who was a member of the Max Plank Institute. Within a 2 weeks I received his reply INDIANA UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF MEDIICINE date September 6/ 1995 Dear Mr Fletcher: I received the information you sent me regarding your ideas about fluid transport in trees, in tubing and in the vascular system in humans. I will study your ideas and comment upon them as soon as possible. A Quick scan of your Brixham experiment prompts me to ask if you conducted this experiment with boiled water without any solute added to the tubing on either side of the central point which you raise 24 meters? I expect that you could raise the tubing to the same height with or without solute in the water. In any case , your experiment confirms that clean water (water that is unbroken water, water that is without a single minute bubble of vapour) can support tension of several hundreds of atmospheres. The record tension obtained experimentally is 270 atmospheres. At 10 degrees C. (c.f. Briggs, L. Limiting negative pressure of water. Journal of Applied Physics 21: 721-722 1950). I expect even this tension at brake point can be exceeded by careful cleansing of the water, to remove even the most minute region of gas phase. When the water is already broken, as occurs when gas is entrapped on particulate matter in ordinary water, the water will expand around even a single break when tension (negative Pressure) is applied to the water. When you boil the water, prior to applying (2.4-1) ATM negative pressure to the water in the highest point of the tubing, you eliminate some of these breaks in ordinary water. I expect that dissolving NaCl or other solutes in the water will have little or no effect on the way you measure the tensile strength of water. I am enclosing some reprints that may interest you. Some of these deal with negative pressures we have measured in tall trees, mangroves and desert shrubs. Other reprints deal with how solutes alter water in aqueous solutions and how colloidal solutes (proteins) affect the flux of protein free fluid between plasma in capillaries and interstitial fluid. Sincerely H.T. Hammel Ph.D. (more) (less) Category Howto & DIY Google "Andrew K Fletcher" or "Inclined Bed Therapy" And see where this amazing discovery in circulation is leading us.
5 Sep 2007
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