I’m telling the truth, friends…TWO PRINTS. And you know what’s even better? One of them is a pigment print on Hahnemühle photo rag paper while the other is a c-type print on Fuji Crystal Archive Pearl Paper. So we’re going to look at how these bad boys compare. Two different printing technologies, two different papers, one 6×17 negative on Kodak Portra 160 film. Let’s dive into it.
Sitting longer than about 2 minutes in a French press didn’t extract more caffeine, surprisingly.
Dark roast had higher caffeine per ounce, but not a huge difference.
Instant coffee had less caffeine than expected.
0:53 How the analyser works
2:39 Test 1 Filter vs. Espresso
3:59 Test 2 Cumulative Extraction
7:53 Test 3 Contact / Steep Time
9:17 Test 4 Instant Coffee
13:28 Test 5 Light vs Dark roast
16:42 A Note On Caffeine Variance in Different Coffees
18:09 Wrap Up
Stunning! God’s universe — our tiny part: 200 billion stars in our own Milky Way galaxy (our sun is an average sized star)!
Imagine: there are at least 200 billion galaxies, averaging 100 billion stars each. We’re still finding more as our orbiting telescopes get more powerful!
“It all happened by chance from nothing, by no Designer?” Yeah, sure. God’s universe is AMAZING!!!
The Wairarapa on the North Island of New Zealand, is set to become the largest dark sky reserve in the world. I’ve been photographing the night sky in the Wairarapa for over a decade now, and this is a collection of my favorite moments under those starry skies.
Whittier is a fascinating and gorgeous town 60 miles from Anchorage on Prince William Sound, accessible by tunnel and ocean only. I’ve been there many times, and have thoroughly checked out his WWII building where almost everyone lives, because it’s literally bombproof tough.
I once experienced 80 mph winds in winter there. Parked cars were visibly moving back and forth. Whittier gets a lot of wind because of the location between Prince William Sound and Turnagain Arm, where the wind funnels through. When it’s calm in summer, it’s a gem. I photographed a nearby waterfall, and made a big print, when I was still doing photography.
1.5 hours southwest of Anchorage is a town accessed only through a tunnel under a glacier or by sea. A place where almost all of the residents live in one self-contained building with a school, store, church, USPS, and everything it takes to live under one roof. Join me as we meet some of the interesting people who live there.
I’ve only taken the short train ride to Whittier from Portage, but Mom and her sister took this, and I’ve driven everywhere by road, except the dirt road to the north slope.
The trip south of Anchorage to Seward may be even more scenic, along the Turnagain Arm especially, but it’s driveable, as the road parallels the train, mostly.
The outside viewing platform is indeed super nice, and allows photographing without having to shoot through windows.
Great adventures I always recommend are fllying from Talkeetna to Mt. Denali above the Ruth glacier for about 50 miles, flanked by mountains on both sides, and maybe landing on the glacier. Ruth glacier looks like a giant, 1-mile wide, white freeway with many crevasses below us.
The pilot cranks down the skis by hand after leaving the runway in Talkeetna to land on the glacier.
Flying around the mountain in addition is also amazing, which hardly anyone does. Few realize this shows the highest, unobstructed vertical drop in the world; though, at an angle, because Denali doesn’t have foothills, like Mt. Everest, etc.. I’ve only done that once.
Another amazing adventure is the 26 Glacier Tour out of Whittier, south of Anchorage. Pristine and highly recommended!
I missed seeing ‘Cheyenne’ as a child, since I was a bit too young, but have watched many episodes recently. Many inspire virtue; are pure gold, with a few being let downs. It was a different day back then on television.
“Cheyenne is an American Western television series of 108 black-and-white episodes broadcast on ABC from 1955 to 1962. The show was the first hour-long Western, and was the first hour-long dramatic series of any kind, with continuing characters, to last more than one season.”
A new, original, six-part series from Red Bull TV follows the everyday heroes behind the best aerial search and rescue team in the world: Air Zermatt.
The Horn tells the story of the people who are dedicated to saving the lives of those who take on The Matterhorn. The pilots, doctors, paramedics and mountain guides of Air Zermatt are a band of brothers pushing innovation within alpine search and rescue to unimaginable levels, while placing the needs of others above their own.Where most fear to venture, they soar.In the thin air of the Swiss Alps, we can more clearly see the depth and breadth of the human experience, and through these uniquely good people, heroes are revealed.
This immersive and cinematic series provides unprecedented views of even the most remote rescues through the eyes of the team members themselves, as lives are saved – and lost – on the mountain.Giving us a glimpse of the 1,500 rescues the team performs every year, The Horn showcases the very best of humanity and the ultimate race against the clock.
Dr. John Campbell carefully tells the truth about babies’ stages of development inside the mother’s womb.
Campbell is one of the few doctors who told the truth about high enough vitamin D for Covid, and is dismayed that governments especially still aren’t telling the people since the data is irrefutable. He calls this lie of omission “criminal.”
About 30 years ago, I saw this from on top of Masada, and asked others what this city ruin was. No one knew. It definitely looked like the ruin of a city to me.
9:10 Gomorrah is below Masada, next to the Dead Sea. Sodom is at the southern end of the Dead Sea.
14:35 Sulfur balls, brimstone that landed on the city — millions that rained down, burning even rock. Tested to be 96% sulfur plus phosphorus.
They even found parts of human skeletons, burnt and gnarled.
31:00 Drone footage from below Masada
34:35 Thermal ionization from the extreme heat — “exceeding 2,000°F” (Ron @ min. 53:40)
41:05 The ziggurat
42:50 The sphynx with Masada behind and above it
54:00 Regarding all of this ash, Ron quotes part of this text from Malachi 4:
“For, behold, the day comes, it burns as a furnace; and all the proud, and all who work wickedness, will be stubble; and the day that comes will burn them up,” says Yahweh of Armies, “that it shall leave them neither root nor branch. 2 But to you who fear my name shall the sun of righteousness arise with healing in its wings. You will go out, and leap like calves of the stall. 3 You shall tread down the wicked; for they will be ashes under the soles of your feet in the day that I make,” says Yahweh of Armies.
Ron Wyatt, his sons and wife describe the adventure! Ron has since died.
When Ron Wyatt 1st went to Turkey to search for the boat-shaped object he had seen 17 years earlier in Life Magazine, he had no idea where to look. He didn’t speak the language. All he knew was that it was in the mountains. Then, one simple prayer, as he and his 2 sons entered the area in a taxi, led to incredible discoveries, all connected to Noah and the ark. Ron and his sons, Danny and Ronnie tell the story and some new information is shared, especially at the end. Originally made for Warriors for Christ, it is long, and I thank you for watching and hope you enjoy!- Mary Nell (Mrs. Ron Wyatt) Lee.
Genesis 6:15 says the ark shall be 300 cubits, which is what this artifact is in Egyptian cubits.
Acts 7:22 “And Moses (author of Genesis) was learned in all the wisdom of the Egyptians….” Was raised as an Egyptian.
This boat artifact is exactly 515 feet long!
40:15 Noah’s wife’s grave explained. She was a giant. Her sarcophagus was 18 feet long. [Elsewhere it’s said she was 15 feet long. Kent Hovind explains why in his creation series.] Gold and jewels in her coffin were sold by the “Christians” for $100 million on the black market in Istanbul.
47:52 screenshot: Noah’s wife’s finger bones next to Ron’s wife’s hand:
Probably my favorite show as a child, along with ‘Daniel Boone,’ ‘Timmy and Lassie’ — and later when in high school: ‘Kung Fu.’
On Saturday mornings, I watched “Johnny Quest.”
A rare documentary featuring interviews, rare clips and insight into the origins of Jonny Quest and its creators. This amazing documentary originally appeared on the most excellent JONNY QUEST DVD box set.
“She was really a wonderful elephant. A beautiful elephant with a rough history but an indomitable spirit. A big, big personality,” said Jackie Gai, Maggie’s veterinarian in her final years. “She had a beautiful face with long eyelashes. A very sweet and expressive face.” …
Her new home was a sanctuary in San Andreas, Calif., run by the Performing Animal Welfare Society. Dr. Gai, director of veterinary services for PAWS, said Maggie flourished in her new habitat, with acres of hills to roam and mud to wallow in. And Maggie had a best friend: Lulu, a retired zoo elephant from San Francisco.
“They refused to be apart. Everywhere Maggie went, Lulu went, and vice versa,” Gai said. “So it’s just what I would say was the deepest of friendships.”
Gai said Maggie seemed to choose the place of her death. On Tuesday, Maggie lay down under a favorite oak tree. With Lulu by her side and a caregiver nearby, Maggie drew her last breath.
While African elephants in the wild can live to 65, Gai said Maggie exceeded the median life expectancy for a captive elephant.
“She was a good friend to her elephant friends, and she was lucky to have a caring zoo director who made the right decision for her,” Gai said. “And we are honored to have had the opportunity to care for her all these years.”
Gai said Lulu seems sad and is getting extra attention.
Maggie’s care was funded for several years by game-show host and animal advocate Bob Barker, who also reimbursed the Air Force for Maggie’s flight from Alaska.
Works on Facebook and MP3 audio too. Saves a lot of time!
It’s made to work in Google’s intrusive Chrome browser, but since Brave is based on Chrome, it can be used in Brave. While in Brave’s preferences, click on Extensions > Get more extensions/Open Web Store
Using OVC – One Video Control you are able to control all videos you are watching while browsing, both with a GUI and with Zen keyboard shortcuts.
Pop the video out of the browser, speed up, slow down, reset speed (x1), toggle super speed (x16), increase / decrease volume, toggle mute, skip forward and backward (both short and long skips), and toggle repeat.
it works on all major sites – Facebook, Youtube, Instagram, Twitter, Whatsapp web, and many (many!) more.
you can finally control videos on Facebook and Twitter without clicking them.
You can finally change the speed of videos you get on Whatsapp,
I mean, everybody loves watching puppies videos, but it consumes a lot of time 🙂
With OVC it can take half the time, and even less!
Just scroll with the mouse over the speed area (or use the keyboard shortcut) and change it up to x16 times faster than normal.
Watching a tutorial, you can finally have the video in sight while implementing what the instructor says!
Just pop the video out of the browser (as simple as clicking a button or using the keyboard shortcut)and place it in a convenient place, on top of you working area maybe?
This extension is here to save you time and change the way you interact with videos in the browser.