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The great white shark (Carcharodon carcharias), also known as the great white, white pointer, white shark, or white death, is a species of large lamniform shark which can be found in the coastal surface ...
A walk around the city of Paris France during a period of one week. Paris, being my favorite city, was deserving of a longer film. I hope that this longer, yet 'small scratch of the surface' film of ...
3. Mt Rainier Timelapse Cloud Cap Formation
(Videos/Nature - Science)
A Time lapse of a cloud formation on top of Mt rainier.The cap cloud (the official name is "lenticular cloud") is formed when warm, moist air runs into the surface of Mt. Rainier. The mountain's topography ...
4. Challenges Of Getting To Mars
(Videos/Nature - Science)
5. How To Get To Mars
(Videos/Nature - Science)
... Spirit and MER-B Opportunity—to explore the Martian surface and geology. NASA's Mars Exploration Rover Mission (MER) is an ongoing robotic space mission involving two rovers, Spirit and Opportunity, ...
6. Cracking An Egg 20 Meters Under The Ocean
(Videos/Tricks - Illusions)
... below the surface! For more information about why the egg behaves like it does The Bermuda Institute of Ocean Sciences presents "The Egg", a video short from the 2011 BIOS Explorer program's "Water ...
7. How to Make a Fruit Tart
... for 2 minutes. Then remove it from the heat and stir in the liqueur and vanilla. Step 6: Chill Pour the pastry cream into a clean bowl and lay a sheet of plastic wrap over the surface to prevent ...
8. Amazing Nokia Morph Concept
(Videos/Technology - Computers - Gadgets)
... up to the face; transparent electronics, which would allow the device to be see-through yet functional; self-cleaning surfaces that can absorb solar energy to recharge the phone's battery; and a wide range ...
9. How To Look Younger
... to the back of your hands to promote surface skin renewal. Start using a daily hand cream with glycerin, petrolatum, and dimethicone. Tip: Get or give yourself manicures and wear a bright ring or ...
10. Amazing Giant Waterlillies in the Amazon
(Videos/Nature - Science)
These amazing plants produce gigantic leaves to cover as much surface area as they can, competing for precious light. These amazing plants produce gigantic leaves to cover as much surface area ...
11. Spouting Horn Kauai Hawaii
(Videos/Nature - Science)
This natural wonder occurs water rushes under a lava shelf and bursts through a small opening at the surface. Lawa'i Road Po'ipu, South Kauai - This natural wonder occurs water rushes under a ...

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