StarCraft: World Cyber Games 2005 (National Geographic documentary) The World Cyber Games 2005 was hosted in the repressive state of Singapore, at Suntec Singapore International Convention and Exhibition Centre from 16 November to 20 November 2005. There were over 800 players from 67 countries. Over 39000 spectators turned up at the games to cheer for the players. The grand prize for the game is US$435000. This documentary focuses much on XellOs. Name: XellOs - 서지훈 Seo Ji Hoon Main Race: (T)Terran Team: CJ Entus, Air Force ACE (current) Birth Date: 1985-02-09 AKAs: XellOs[yG] Nickname(s): The Perfect Terran, DDR Terran ("Masturbate" Terran) Accomplishments: 1st 2005 WCG Progamer Seed Selection 3rd 2005 EVER OnGameNet StarLeague 3rd 2004-2005 You Are the Golf King MBCGame StarLeague 1st 2004 WCG 2004 3rd 2004 WCG Korea Team Selection 1st 2003 3rd OnGameNet Challenge League 1st 2003 CJ GO Broadcasting All-Star Match 1st 2003 Olympus OnGameNet Starleague 1st 2002 2nd OnGameNet Challenge League 1st 2002 1st PgR21.com Tournament Read More:
National Geographic-- Catastropic Climate Change Together -- National Geographic, the IPCC, the UN and the UN Foundation -- have produced a new short film outlining the facts, showing the impacts and providing a way forward in combating catastrophic climate change. Watch this call to action for world leadership on climate change. It's a moving tribute to the UN scientific reports that erased any doubt over global warming's existence, and helped shove climate change to the top of the international agenda.
Inside North Korea Go undercover with National Geographic correspondent Lisa Ling as she journeys into mysterious and reclusive North Korea.
Deadly Crystal Cave A team of scientists explore a Mexican cave filled with giant crystals; some of the largest ever discovered. With temperatures near 120 degrees and over 80 percent humidity, the cave is one of the deadliest environments on earth. Giant Crystal Cave : SUN OCTOBER 12 9P et/pt :
Liger on National Geographic Ultimate Cat The liger is the worlds largest big cat. A liger is the cross between a male lion and female tiger. Visit us at http
Hippo Licks Croc Although crocs are ferocious predators, they don't mess with hippos. Here's why.
National Geographic explains the biology of homo***uality NatGeo explains how one's ***ual orientation is determined during embryonic development. They look at how it is possible for one identical twin to be gay and the other to be straight. They address a new branch of Genetics called, Epigenetics. This area of Genetics explores and explains how one's DNA sequence is NOT the only factor in one's phenotypic (actual) outcome. This episode explains how both twins could have the gene for a disorder, yet only one twin actually has the disorder. The same science explains ***ual orientation differences in twins. I have only included the homo***uality explanations.
7 Billion: Are You Typical? -- National Geographic Magazine See photos and read more about 7 Billion: bit.ly and check out our first video about 7 Billion: bit.ly National Geographic magazine continues a yearlong series examining the specific challenges and solutions we face as the worldwide population reaches 7 billion people in 2011 with a March story looking at humans' massive impact on the planet (bit.ly Also in the March issue is "The Surprising Face of Seven Billion," a poster showing a composite face of the world's most typical person. Other stories will follow throughout 2011. To encourage discussion around the issue of population, National Geographic and the Aspen Institute are organizing the Aspen Environment Forum from May 30 - June 3, 2011. For more information, go to bit.ly or follow on twitter at #AEF2011. Video by National Geographic Digital Studio Music by Chris Beaty, www.sonicbloom.tv Editor's Note A graphic in this video has been updated from a previous version.
Dinka: Legendary Cattle-Keepers of Sudan In 30 years, award-wining photographers and National Geographic grantees Carol Beckwith and Angela Fisher have traveled over 270000 miles through 40 countries in Africa to document more than 150 cultures. Here they share their images of a vanishing way of life in southern Sudan.
Jesus Christ Lizard Meet a lizard that can walk, er, run on water. See all National Geographic videos:
Great White Shark Great white sharks leap out of the water in pursuit of their favorite food - seals. See all National Geographic videos:
Bee Therapy Can bee stings cure arthritis or MS? Meet some people in Taiwan willing to endure hundreds of bee stings to cure what ails them.
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Walruses Swarm Beaches as Ice Melts Thousands of walruses gathered together in a dangerous "haul out" on the coast of Alaska earlier this month. Scientists say the walruses came ashore in such large numbers because their normal habitats, Arctic ice floes, are melting.
Singing Sand Dunes A sonic phenomenon in the Eureka sand dunes of Death Valley have mystified scientists for decades. Death Valley :
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Narwhals This species of whale has an unusual and mysterious long horn, once harvested and sold as a unicorn horn for ten times its weight in gold! See all National Geographic videos:
National Geographic Known Universe S03E06 Print Tools We'll travel to NASA's tool lab and see the equipment we need to build in this challenging environment, from high tech wrenches and hammers Read more:
Probing Platypus Evolution National Geographic researchers are trying to collect DNA samples from these odd duck-billed mammals to determine whether there are separate subspecies.
High-Velocity Falcon How fast can a peregrine falcon fly? One scientist aims to find out by skydiving along with the birds. See All National Geographic Videos
National Geographic Original Theme Composed by Elmer Bernstein, who also composed the scores for "The Magnificent Seven," "True Grit," "The Great Escape," "To Kill a Mockingbird," and many more.
National Geographic - Finding Atlantis - March 2011 - 1/4 Very Interesting documentary. Could the fabled lost city of Atlantis have been located? Using satellite photography, ground-penetrating radar and underwater technology, experts are now surveying marshlands in Spain to look for proof of the ancient city. If the team can match geological formations to Plato's descriptions and date artifacts back to the time of Atlantis, we may be closer to solving one of the world's greatest mysteries. All rights reserved National Geographic ©
National Geographic Channel - IF. Live curious. Credits: Creative Director: Patrizio Marini Art Director: Claudia Ganapini Copywriter: Federico Russo Production Company: Mercurio Cinematografica srl Director: Bryan Little "Fly on the wall" Executive producer: Luca Fanfani Producer: Annalisa De Maria / Alessandro Cavriani Producer South Africa and still photographer: Filipa Domingues "Fly on the wall" DOP: Grant Appleton "Fly on the wall" Production Designer: Latisha Duarte "Fly on the wall" Post- Production: Green Movie Editor: Massimo Magnetti c/o Green Movie Sound House/ Engineer: Roberto Grassi c/o Green Movie Global Brand Campaign
Invasion of the Snakeheads! This top level predator fish is known to survive on land and cause major strain on local ecosystems. Fishzilla: Snakehead Invasion : SAT DECEMBER 8 9P et/pt :
National Geographic Geography Bee Alex Trebek ("The Trebektron 2000") hosts the National Geographic Geography Bee. To save you the suspense, the answer is, "Moldova." Just Kidding.
national geographic Millau bridge The video of the Construction of the Millau Viaduct Bridge by Lord Norman Foster.
Tornado Destruction See tornadoes tear across the country. See more National Geographic videos:
Killer Whale vs. Sea Lions Off the coast of Argentina, seasoned killer whales hunt sea lion pups. See all National Geographic videos:
Bed Bugs Don't doze off just yet. Maybe they should be called bed blood bugs, an army of these can attack a person 500 times in one night! See All National Geographic Videos
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National Geographic: World Cyber Games [1/5] This report was made back in 2005. He reports about the World Cyber Games 2005, XellOs, the Korean Progaming Scene in Generall and about StarCraft:BroodWar. ► eNjOy waTcHiNg ◄
Face-Off With a Deadly Predator Paul Nicklen describes his most amazing experience as a National Geographic photographer - coming face-to-face with one of Antarctica's most vicious predators.
Global Warming 101 Global warming could do more than just melt polar ice. It could change our maps, and displace people from cities and tropical islands. See all National Geographic videos:
Landslides See the awesome destructive power of landslides.
Lightning Strikes! See what it takes to film lightning...in slow motion. See All National Geographic Videos
Anaconda Babies Unlike the majority of snake species, anacondas give birth to live babies - sometimes 40 at a time!
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The Mysterious Explorations of Jasper Morello Now playing in the YouTube Screening Room: see more on Nominated for an Oscar and for a BAFTA award, Jasper Morello is a short feature made in a unique style of silhouette animation developed by director Anthony Lucas and inspired by the work of authors Edgar Alan Poe and Jules Verne. In the frontier city of Carpathia, Jasper Morello discovers that his former adversary Doctor Claude Belgon has returned from the grave. When Claude reveals that he knows the location of the ancient city of Alto Mea where the secrets of life have been discovered, Jasper cannot resist the temptation to bring his own dead wife Amelia back. But they are captured by Armand Forgette, leader of the radical Horizontalist anti-technology movement, who is determined to reanimate his terrorist father Vasco. As lightning energises the arcane machineries of life in the floating castle of Alto Mea, Jasper must choose between having his beloved restored or seeing the government of Gothia destroyed. Set in a world of iron dirigibles and steam powered computers, this gothic horror mystery tells the story of Jasper Morello, a disgraced aerial navigator who flees his Plague-ridden home on a desperate voyage to redeem himself. Also winner of the Grand Prix award at the Annecy Animation Festival, Jasper has also won the top honours at the Canadian Film Centre's Worldwide Short Film Festival, Best Animation at Flickerfest 2005, Best Animation at the Sydney Film Festival ...
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Octopus Kills Shark Think you know the outcome when it's shark versus octopus? Think again!
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7 Billion, National Geographic Magazine See photos from 7 Billion: bit.ly With the worldwide population expected to exceed seven billion in 2011, National Geographic magazine offers a 7-part series examining specific challenges and solutions to the issues we face. The magazine introduces the series with its January cover story "7 Billion," offering a broad overview of demographic trends that got us to today and will impact us all tomorrow. The first in-depth story will appear in the March issue, focusing on humans' impact on the planet's geology. Other stories will follow throughout 2011. Editor's update: in 2050, 70% of the population will be living in "urban areas," not "megacities" as stated in an earlier version of this video.