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Incredible moment hero-dog saves another dog stranded on a surfboard

An0maly: I was an athlete before I was a hip-hop artist or news analyst 😄

GEARS IN NATURE— Leafhoppers accelerate at 400 g’s!

You are looking at a microscopic image of the legs of an insect called a leafhopper. You would expect to find gears in a factory, or somewhere manmade, but in nature where scientists say life just evolved randomly? How did evolution “create” such a clever machine? It didn’t. It took a mind. A thinking living Creator. God!

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These insects, which mainly hop around on European climbing ivy, are only a couple of millimeters in length, but with one mighty jump they can spring forward more than a meter at a velocity up to 3.9 meters per second (nearly nine miles per hour). As noted in Popular Mechanics, “In 2 milliseconds it has bulleted skyward, accelerating at nearly 400 g’s—a rate more than 20 times what a human body can withstand.”

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The Miramichi ‘Moose Man’ and how he domesticated a moose named Tommy

‘He could actually ride the moose around. He actually rode the moose into town’

John Connell, the ‘Moose Man of the Miramichi,’ was known for domesticating a moose named Tommy in the early 1900s.


(video) Russian man rides a moose! — The moose whisperer


Steven Ben-Nun: Which Tomb was Jesus Really Buried In? — The Garden Tomb!

Jesus was taller than Joseph of Arimathea, who offered his tomb to Jesus.

The garden tomb shows where it was carved out and made longer. Steven shares a verse that appears to apply.

This pupper has serious skill! 🐶 🐑

Chainsaw Juggling in SLOW MOTION

Victoria Jackson discusses the discoveries of Ron Wyatt — Noah’s Ark, Red Sea Crossing, Mt. Sinai

Ron Wyatt was an anesthesiologist who self-financed his archeological explorations (not “love of money” driven!) in which he found Noah’s ark, the Red Sea crossing, Mt. Sinai, Sodom and Gomorra and the ark of the covenant.

I’ve known about these discoveries for 30 years, and am baffled that three decades later, most Christians still don’t know of these findings.

Why don’t people care enough to share these videos with everyone??

Related: (video) Findings Confirming the Bible – Greatest Biblical Archaeology Discoveries of All Time: Red Sea Crossing • Noah’s Ark • Mt. Sinai • Gomorrah • Ark of the Covenant — Ron Wyatt made no money from his adventures

‘Flat Earth Busted’: World’s First U2 Photo Shoot at the EDGE OF SPACE (above 70,000 ft.)!

In comments, flat earthers again try to claim that a fisheye lens was used to cause the curvature, but none were fish-eye lenses.

My Comment — how we know for sure it’s NOT A FISHEYE:  At 20:24, the earth’s surface is near the middle of the lens, where fisheye lenses do NOT bend lines. All of the aircraft’s lines are straight, including the lower-right corner, where a fisheye lens would have radically bent them. Also, the earth’s horizon’s curvature is the same no matter where its placed in the frame. There are many different placements of the horizon in this video.

2:50 The plane flew above above 70,000 feet.

16:00 What it was like when Blair saw the curvature of the Earth.

Eight years of discussions. Six months of training. Two days of final preparations. Much was required to give photographer Blair Bunting two hours at the edge of Earth’s atmosphere to conduct the first-ever photo shoot at near-space where he captured images that have never been made before and will likely never be made again. Join us on this incredible adventure!

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Directed by Chris Niccolls and Jordan Drake

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Always Gotta Be Ready To Go! – Massive boulder crashes into Hawaii home, narrowly missing woman!

Epic volcano eruption drone and still photos in Iceland — brought tears to my eyes!

I watch a lot of photography videos, which I rarely mention or post, but this one is exceptional in its grandeur — really is epic!

Mads and Sophie are from Denmark.


Canon lens TEARDOWN! What’s INSIDE a new lens?

Canon is now using rectangular plastic elements in their mirrorless cameras. Glass has always had the greatest light transmission.

Amazing technology and video, but so sad to see them stuck in the 3:2 aspect ratio, regular sized sensor. I’m moving on to medium format Fuji, where more of the image circle of Canon’s great EF lenses can be used in any aspect ratio.

They should have developed a full frame, oversized, multi-aspect ratio sensor, or at least Panasonic should have. This is sad to see.

Making of the GFX100 L-Plate from one solid block of aluminum! – Really Right Stuff

Amazing Chef! – Gator, cook on the set of ‘Yellowstone’

Be advised: Watching Gator cook on the set of Yellowstone WILL make you hungry. In this behind-the-scenes look…, Gabriel “Gator” Guilbeau discusses his delicious role on the show.

The Discovery of Noah’s Ark – A G. Edward Griffin Film (1993)

The Discovery of Noah’s Ark – It’s Really There!

Noah’s Ark has been found, and here is the evidence, including photographs You can visit it yourself without having to climb a glacier to get there! It is in Turkey 17 miles from Mt. Ararat at the 6,000 foot elevation. It was man-made, was designed as a boat, incorporates principles of advanced hydrodynamics, had decks and interior chambers, is the proper dimension, is in the right geographical location, is accompanied by large anchor stones, has been visited by religious pilgrims for thousands of years, is consistent with the Bible, the Koran, the Torah, and the ancient tablets from Sumer, and is surrounded by mountains and villages which carry names from antiquity relating to the Ark’s landing. This 1993 documentary was produced and narrated by G. Edward Griffin and features expert testimony by David Fasold, Donald Patten, Sam Windsor, and Marvin Luckerman. A DVD is available from

March 17, 2022

TIM McGRAW Interview: The Star of 1883 Talks About His New Show on Paramount!

Nick Carver: Making a Fine Art Photography Print – ‘Desert Train Hopper’

Nick Carver shines here — and only 17 minutes!


Nick Carver taking this ‘Desert Train Hopper’ shot: Photography On Location: Desert Trains

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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.

How I Make Espresso: Tools and Techniques

Understanding Espresso – Brew Temperature (Episode #5)

Drop temp if harsh or bitter. Too high temp lacks clarity and smoothness.

Increase temp to reduce acidity.

Espresso Temps
85-90°C darker roasts
88-92°C medium roasts
90-95°C light roasts

The Ultimate French Press Technique

Related: How Long Should You Brew a French Press? Find Out The Optimal Time

I Did Caffeine Analysis: The Unexpected Truth!

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.

0:00 Intro
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

‘Wairarapa Nights’ — Milky Way galaxy timelapse compilation!

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!!!

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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.

Alaska couple catches moose losing antlers on doorbell camera


Barefoot Shoes Hype or NO?: Our Family’s Vivobarefoot Review

I’ve been enjoying these zero drop and wide width shoes, but may have a thicker sole: Altra

How fast is the Milky Way moving?

Our galaxy,, the Milky Way, containing about 400 billion stars is both spinning and moving. It’s spinning at a little over 450,000 mph. And is moving through the universe even faster at 1,300,000 mph!

Alaskan Town That Lives In One Building – Isolated From The World 🇺🇸

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.

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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!

Cheyenne Bodie Speech to the Senate (1962)

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.”

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