Jason Martell on SciFi Channel Show - Proof Positive See actual debris from the Roswell spacecraft that crash landed in 1947.
Floating debris, oil slick made victims hard to grab: Rescue ship captain to RT RT spoke to Roman Lizalin, the captain of the vessel Arabella, which rescued all 77 survivors from the cruiser Bulgaria. The latter boat sank on Sunday, killing at least 113 people, including 27 children, while over a dozen remain missing. RT: Captain Lizalin, thank you very much for this interview. Your ship was the first to come to the rescue of the sinking cruise ship Bulgaria. How did you become aware of the tragedy? Roman Lizalin: Yes, we were the first to help. We were sailing in the same direction as the Bulgaria, and we picked up on the radio just bits of conversations between some ships, we couldn't make out what the ships were, but we heard them talk of seeing people overboard and speculating that it looked like a boat or a small ship had capsized. Once we heard that we put on more speed to get there faster. When we did arrive at the tragedy site we saw terrible things, and only when realized that it was the pleasure boat Bulgaria that had sunk did the true scope of the disaster strike us. RT: How long did it take you to get to the scene? RL: I would say about five to 10 minutes, 15 at most, from the moment we heard the radio talk. It all happened very quickly. As we were nearing the site we began to figure out how many people there were in the water, although that was hard to do because there was a lot of debris floating around as well. It was very hard to pick out individual people from among the floating debris. It was a truly tragic picture that we saw. RT ...
Plastics and Marine Debris The Algalita Marine Research Foundation chronicles the problem of marine debris in our ecosystem in this video entitled "Plastic Debris, Rivers to Sea". 80% of marine debris is land-based and 90% of floating marine debris is plastics. For more information visit and http Copyright 2006 Algalita Marine Research Foundation.
FRANK ZAPPA COSMIK DEBRIS FRANK ZAPPA COSMIK DEBRIS MOTHERS OF INVENTION JEAN LUC PONTY GEORGE DUKE TOM FOWLER BRUCE FOWLER RUTH UNDERWOOD IAN UNDERWOOD RALPH HUMPHREY - LIVE
Round Table Knights feat. Ogris Debris - Say What?! - Official video Out now exclusively on Beatport! bit.ly Full album out february 28th 2011 Video by: Foederation The bearded crusaders have scaled some truly great heights in the last year. When 2010 saw their first EP for Made to Play ‚Calypso' get signed on the spot by label boss Jesse Rose and become one of the catchiest label outputs to date, we knew to expect more than just elevated quality and boundary pushing house music. Never delivering an output that could be considered ‚typical', their chivalrous kudos as remixers was also duly noted with projects on Gomma and Defected, thus turning some serious heads. Not to forget of course, their mas- sive remix of Tensnake's ‚Coma Cat' which went on to become Pete Tong's ‚Essential New Tune'. Their forthcoming debut artist album ‚Say What?!' on Made To Play reflects just this, ranging from pop, electro, disco, dub, jazz, garage, swing... all united under the feeling that is house. As the 12th century ‚Round Table' theory suggests, each that sits at it, does so in equal measures. For the album and album sampler's title track 'Say What?!" Ogris Debris's introspective vocal talents are drafted in, two (as Poker Flat label don Steve Bug puts it) ‚crazy' guys from Austria, who are already one step ahead of the game with release on labels such as: Compost Black Label, Rotary ***tail and Estrela. The Ogris Debris boys jump in again on remix duties delivering a absolutely massive version for the club. Completing this tantalising preview to the ...
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Survival Shelter - Debris Hut Part Two Primitive Skills School instructor Mike Douglas teaches how to construct the Debris Hut Shelter.(Part II of IIi) Visit us online at http
Ogris Debris - Miezekatze (Original Mix) DOWNLOAD Mp3 HERE :
Faces - Debris This one is really for myself. "Debris", a song written by Ronnie Lane, for his father, from the 1972 Faces album, "A Nod's As Good As A Wink" (to a blind horse). This has been a long time favourite of mine, and now that I'm a little older and wiser, seems even more significant. Clip show for fun, mainly scenes of London with a few additions. I hope you like it. Copyright Disclaimer Under Section 107 of the Copyright Act 1976, allowance is made for fair use for purposes such as criticism, comment, news reporting, teaching, scholarship, and research. Fair use is a use permitted by copyright statute that might otherwise be infringing. Non-profit, educational or personal use tips the balance in favor of fair use.
The Faces - "Debris" The song is "Debris" from the 1971 album "A Nod is as Good as a Wink to a Blind Horse" by: The Faces. I don't know how many people ever heard this song before but anyone into the Faces will know it. My Rock-n-Roll Uncle gave me this album when I was 12 yrs old and that's when I decided that I wanted to play guitar. The Faces are still my favorite band of all time. Written and sung by Ronnie Lane, who was the backbone of the band , this song showcases the guitar style of Ronnie Wood (before he became a Rolling Stone). So melodic and original, never overplaying, everflowing rifs..........There will never be another like Ron Wood or a band like The Faces...hope you like this old song as much as I............Thanks for listening.
Dodging Deadly Debris - Twister Bill and Jo attempt to dodge the debris that has been thrown in their way by the tornado. From the Warner Bros. film - "Twister"
Frank Zappa - Cosmik Debris (HQ) Live In Sweden 1973 Frank Zappa & The Mothers Of invention. Stockholm, Sweden, August 21, 1973
Farbrausch - fr-041: debris. [HD] "Debris." by Farbrausch, winner of the demo competition at Breakpoint 2007 in Bingen, Germany. Concept and visuals by fiver2, soundtrack by rp, created using .werkkzeug3 by chaos, fiver2, gizmo and ryg, as well as the V2 synthesizer system by kb more: A few words more: Yes, everything you're seeing comes out of an executable of only 177 kilobytes size. Download it here: The secret behind all this is procedural content generation. in a nutshell, instead of storing a movie as-is we're storing a certain number of mathematical formulas for image and audio manipulation as well as the "recipe" how to apply those small bits of code in a way that what you see comes out. And while it's running your computer's graphics card cares for the actual displaying ot the world, just like in modern 3D games. Formulas+recipe are of course way smaller than the end result, and with a few additional sprinkles of magic compression fairy dust we get down to under 200 kilobytes, which is way less than one single high quality image of this show would take. This of course means, no, we don't have any magic technology that can compress videos down to that size, but the video has to be authored in the way described above. Manually. With, like, lots of work involved. Making this gem took us all more than two years of hobby part time work _after_ we had five years of experience with this kind of technology. Still not satisfied? try
Survival Shelter - Debris Hut Door Primitive Skills School instructor Mike Douglas troubleshoots the Debris hut and teaches how to construct a door. Visit us online at http
9/11 Debris: Investigation of Ground Zero, Pt. 1 What happened to the Twin Towers? Evidence for extreme ruin: 911 At Fresh Kills Landfill, debris sorting site, NYPD Deputy Inspector and lead investigator on-site (working with FBI), James Luongo, when asked if there were one particular artifact of interest, replied: "I think the lack of artifacts stands out to me quite a bit. I think the fact that I haven't seen a door, I haven't seen a phone, I haven't seen a computer. I haven't seen a doorknob. I think that stands out." - "Relics from the Rubble" This misunderstood pulverization and melting was the consequence of something other than gravity and jet fuel, it would seem. Demolition. quote: "In no instance did NIST report that steel in the WTC towers melted due to the fires. The melting point of steel is about 1500 degrees Celsius (2800 degrees Fahrenheit). Normal building fires and hydrocarbon (eg, jet fuel) fires generate temperatures up to about 1100 degrees Celsius (2000 degrees Fahrenheit). NIST reported maximum upper layer air temperatures of about 1000 degrees Celsius (1800 degrees Fahrenheit) in the WTC towers (for example, see NCSTAR 1, Figure 6-36)." -wtc.nist.gov John Gross of NIST and other molten metal clips: Witness accounts and WTC "collapse" videos: www.911conspiracy.tv quote: "Think of the thousands of file cabinets, computers, and telephones in those towers - I never saw one - everything was pulverized,' he said. 'Everything that was above grade - above the 6th ...
Cosmik Debris Guitar Lesson: Frank Zappa's solo Send Doctor Nerve to Zapp***e! kck.st How to play Frank Zappa's guitar solo in his tune "Cosmik Debris" as performed on the Apostrophe record. Includes performance and a detailed lick-by-lick breakdown. Guitar lesson and transcription by Nick Didkovsky. Guitar TAB and back track at Equipment used: 1967 Gibson SG Special Jim Dunlop Crybaby wah-wah pedal Vox Night Train with Jule Potter mods Harry Kolbe 1x12 cab Includes audio at the end of Nick on stage with FZ during audience participation segment. Frank couldn't quite get the name Didkovsky right, but he got pretty close. Troy, NY 1976
Frank Zappa - Cosmik Debris Frank Zappa (December 21, 1940 December 4, 1993) was an American composer, electric guitarist, record producer, and film director. In a career spanning more than 30 years, Zappa wrote rock, jazz, electronic, orchestral, and musique concrète works. He also directed feature-length films and music videos, and designed album covers. Zappa produced almost all of the more than 60 albums he released with the band Mothers of Invention and as a solo artist. In his ***s, he acquired a taste for percussion-based avant-garde composers such as Edgard Varèse and 1950s rhythm and blues music. He began writing classical music in high school, while at the same time playing drums in rhythm and blues bands—he later switched to electric guitar. He was a self-taught composer and performer, and his diverse musical influences led him to create music that was often impossible to categorize. His 1966 debut album with the Mothers of Invention, Freak Out!, combined songs in conventional rock and roll format with collective improvisations and studio-generated sound collages. His later albums shared this eclectic and experimental approach, irrespective of whether the fundamental format was one of rock, jazz or classical. He wrote the lyrics to all his songs, which—often humorously—reflected his iconoclastic view of established social and political processes, structures and movements. He was a strident critic of mainstream education and organized religion, and a forthright and passionate advocate for ...
Arthur C. Clarke - Space Elevator Famous futurist on the Space Elevator
...And Oceans - Debris Yeah This Band is now "Havoc Unit" Hopefully it's an improvement and not a disastor By the way I will be posting a second video of and oceans.. look for it
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Debris-One Way Spit Proto Punk,From The Album"Static Disposal "Recorded1975.
Project Blue Book Tour Teaser 1 The official "Project Blue Book Tour" teaser video by ROBOTO
Survival Shelter - Debris Hut Part One Maine Primitive Skills School instructor Mike Douglas teaches how to construct the Debris Hut Shelter.(Part I of II) Visit us online at
Asian Dub Foundation - Debris
The Spider Shelter, My Favorite Debris Type Shelter
Shuttle Debris Impact Testing Glenn engineers helped NASA return the shuttle to flight by testing its wing panels for resistance to damage from foam and ice. Read more about this project at www.nasa.gov
SIWEL "Debris" Videoclip SIWEL
Denver Space Debris Video of a Russian rocket body bursting into flames as it re-enters the atmosphere over Colorado.
Debris Flow Event in Chile July, 2006-Debris Flow at Maipo Valley, Central Andes of Chile. © www.povi.cl
Frank Zappa - Cosmik Debris From Stockholm Sweden 1973
In Mourning - Debris A song from In Mournings new album entitled Monolith. Great music! Enjoy it and buy the album if you like it. Oh, and I'll be uploading the whole new album.
FR-041: Debris by Farbrausch UPDATE: HD Version online, click here: The amazing FR-041 from Farbrausch - the winning demo of Breakpoint 2007. Credits from readme: visuals, direction: theunitedstatesofamerica (aka fiver2) code: chaos, ryg soundtrack: ronny synthesizer: kb sound effects: wayfinder additional graphics: giZMo additional code: tron special thanks: fried
Faces - Debris Debris by the Faces at their Reunion at Vintage Goodwood, with Mick Hucknell and Glen Matlock. This is a Ronnie Lane song.
Ronnie Lane and Slim Chance. Debris Ronnie lane in concert at the BBC 1974
Acceleration + Serendipity This is a study of the overall downward acceleration of WTC1, the North Tower of the World Trade Center. During this investigation it was discovered that the one feature that kept pace with the original acceleration of the roofline was a wave of ejections on the west wall. ------------------ My new DVD: "9/11 ***ysis" is now out. Go to www.911 .
Ogris Debris - Miezekatze Bobohemian Phatsody EP VISIT MY CHANNEL TO FIND MORE ELECTRONIC SOUNDS !!!!
Ogris Debris - Night Aery "Ogris Debris - Night Aery" taken from their EP called "AERY" released via Affine Records
Billy Bragg - Debris Faces (Ronnie Lane) cover performed with Wiggy and Ian McLagen at Villa Marina, Douglas, Isle of Man May 5, 2006
Matt Pond PA - From Debris Great tune by Matt Ponda PA, from their album Several Arrows Later. Lyrics: your feet upon the snow dear i knew you could not believe it there was no time to put shoes on you were woken to alarms ring you barely left your blankets to see your neighbors house on fire they were standing right beside it it's difficult believing when you can't tell what you're seeing. from debris you and me could start something from backseats behind the trees won't know one thing from debris, you and me... your feet upon the road dear run between the houses your arms were filled with water without the hesitation to know what your were doing i think people can be perfect when they do not think about it i think people can be perfect from debris you and me could start something from backseats behind the trees we'll know thing from debris you and me staring at nothing for hours and hours run from the evening run with the water from debris, you and me... you're not above it... you're not below it...
NASA/ESA - SPACE DEBRIS Space debris -- man-made threat in space exploration 2005-10-14 23:42:46 Xinhua English BEIJING, Oct. 15 (Xinhuanet) -- Human activities are not only leaving wastes on the Earth, but also polluting space. Space debris has posed a great concern in the countries which pursue space exploration. However, Chinese experts say the operating Shenzhou-6, the nation's second manned spacecraft, is unlikely hit by space debris as scientists are capable of monitoring space debris. SPACE NO MORE A CLEAN PLACE Since the former Soviet Union sent the first satellite into space in 1957, human exploration of space has left numerous debris,or rubbish, in the vast space. Space debris refers to artificial objects or fragments cast off in space, whether on purpose or not. A total of 29000 larger pieces of space debris have been tracked in the past 48 years of space activities. About 20000 of them have fallen to the Earth. Currently, 9600 pieces of space debris which are larger than 10 cm are monitored. Only the United States and Russia conduct monitoring all such debris, said Gong Jiancun, a research fellow with the space technology and application center under the Chinese Academy of Sciences. The pieces bigger than one mm but smaller than 10 cm cannot be monitored, Gong said, and those smaller than one mm pose no disastrous threat to space vehicles. There are some 500 pieces of space debris passing through the orbit of Shenzhou-6 spacecraft, which is flying in a circular orbit 343 km above the ...
Frank Zappa-Cosmik Debris FZ Cool Live Studio performance from 1974