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Nigel Kennedy - Bach - Inventions on Violin and Cello Nigel Kennedy playing String-Duo arrangements of Two-Part Inventions by Johann Sebastian Bach with Juliet Welchman on the cello. High Quality:
Leonardo da Vinci: Science,Engineering & Inventions "There may not be in the world an example of another genius so universal, so incapable of fulfilment, so full of yearning for the infinite, so naturally refined, so far ahead of his own century and the following centuries." -Hippolyte Taine "Because of the multiplicity of interests that spurred him to pursue every field of knowledge ... Leonardo can be considered, quite rightly, to have been the universal genius par excellence, and with all the disquieting overtones inherent in that term. Man is as uncomfortable today, faced with a genius, as he was in the 16th century. Five centuries have passed, yet we still view Leonardo with awe." -Liana Bortolon Leonardo da Vinci's Notebooks including Science, Engineering & Inventions - anatomy,hydraulics,optics, aerodynamics,perpetual motion machines,weapons of war,inventions & mechanical engineering
Horrible Histories - Victorian Inventions Find out about all the amazing things that were invented in the time of Queen Victoria.
Crazy 1920's Inventions Wacky inventions of the roaring twenties
Weird Clothing Inventions A collection of unusual technological developments from the world of fashion.
New Wind Power - The Wind Belt Invention Shawn Frayne invented an inexpensive non turbine wind generator called the wind belt. I have no specs other than what you see on the video. I imagine it's use on the roof of an electric car but obviously it can be used anywhere there is wind. The bennefit is that it is very inexpensive to build as opposed to a standard turbine wind generator. The fan simulates the wind which moves the belt which moves the magnets through the coils to make electricity to power the clock and LEDs. I don't know how much the output voltage is. Help Stop The Suppression Of Inventions www.panacea-
Maserati "Inventions" Maserati playing "Inventions" of of their Album "Inventions for the New Season" live at the 40 Watt Club in Athens Ga
68 Domino Techniques / Inventions - (MUST SEE!!!) Like me on Facebook! READ DESCRIPTION!!! This is an awesome domino screen link consisting of 68 different techniques, inventions, and cool tricks! It took about a week to build. Thank you so much dominobauer1995 for sending me the domino field planner for the gigantic thumbs up field! Here is a link to his awesome channel! Not all of these tricks were invented by me. A lot were invented by... Theextremelimit IIIIIDOMINOIIIII AnnoDomino2007 and dieckdomino/wdomino (some from petmagnetetal) Also, a lot of these tricks didn't work on the first try. 50% of the clips caused 5 retries 30% of the clips caused 8 retries 10% of the clips caused 10 retries one clip caused me 14 retries, and one even caused me 21 retries! (Try to guess which one!!!) Please like, comment, and subscribe!!! Music is by : Dominoes : 10000 Breaks : maybe 100 (then re-done) ENJOY!!!!
Redneck Inventions Redneck Inventions Reality TV is looking for your best Redneck Inventions. Rednecks across the USA showing us the best of the best redneck Inventions. casting now at (less)
The Top 5 Laziest Inventions Visit - for thousands more how-to videos and tutorials! Brilliant scientists and tiny overseas hands work eigh***-hour days to produce 5 devices that can make you even lazier than a stereotypical American! Join us on Facebook Follow us on Twitter:
2008 Best Inventions of the Year SEE THE FULL LIST: Run, ride, swim, and sing through some of TIME Magazine's best inventions of the year
Best Invention ever funny funny home made invention.
THE INVENTION OF DR. NAKAMATS - Preview Dr. NakaMats is very well known in Japan. With more than 3300 patents he is the world record holder of patents. He is about to celebrate his 80 year birthday, but feels younger than ever with an enormous energy. In fact he is certain that he will become 144 years old. But how will Dr. NakaMats accomplish this? The film follows this extraordinary japanese celebrity on his mission to elongate life. All the while he is creating new inventions. A documentary film about an extraordinary man. Shot and directed by Kaspar Astrup Schröder Edited by Adam Nielsen Sound by Rasmus Winther Music by Mark Mothersbaugh and Silas Hite Produced by Mette Heide Production by +plus pictures Lenght: 57 minutes All rights reserved © +plus pictures - "Nominated for the Official Main Competition - CPH:DOX AWARD" at CPH:DOX Film Festival in november 2009, www.cphdox.dk - - "Nominated for the IDFA Competition for Mid-Length Documentary", IDFA International Documentary Film Festival in november Amsterdam 2009, -
Maserati - Inventions This is off of Maserati's album "Inventions for the New Season." If you like the song, then you should seriously consider buying the album (all the other songs are awesome too). Here is a link to amazon: Please enjoy and don't hesitate to comment, because the feedback makes me feel important.
Mercedes Benz Inventions Commercial A Mercedes Benz commercial from the United States that shows all the things Mercedes Benz have introduced to cars over the years.
Top 5 Japanese Inventions The Japanese are infamous for their ludicrous antics and vast technological know-how. But when they join these two together, the result, more often than not, baffles us. Today well take a look at some of their semi-normal concepts, with the Top 5 Japanese Inventions. We start at number 5
YouTube's Dumbest Inventions: Viral Video Film School The lights went out on Thomas Edison 78 years ago this week, but luckily there are still inventors out there flooding YouTube with tons of really pointless inventions. Watch infoMania Thursdays at 11/10c on Current TV VIEW more Viral Video Film School & SUBSCRIBE to the YouTube Channel here...
GOOD Inventions: Anti-Noise by Tomlinson Holman www.good.is/shows/inventions Tomlinson Holman knows a thing or two about sound. He created the THX standard for sound systems (THX actually stands for Tomlinson Holman's eXperiment). For our Inventions series he has a new idea: Speakers that make the world a little quieter. What's your invention? Animation by David Lamps Directed by Max Joseph Produced by Eve Marson Music by Yacht, Lusine and Ben Benjamin
Famous German inventions,brands,people and other things Video about Germany`s greatest inventions,brands,people and other great things from Germany.
Weird and Wacky Inventions Students from New York University's Interactive Telecommunications Program display their weird and wacky inventions. Lets have a look. Fancy a pair of tree-stump boots that creak and groan? Or how about a computer made out of mud? Not your thing? Then try the pheromone-emitting seduction ring. They're just some of the weird and wacky inventions on display at New York University's Tisch School of the Arts. The exhibition showcases projects by students of the University's Interactive Telecommunications Program. The inventions include a robot that can create its own works of art, and a squirrel that marks the passing of each day by removing its head. One student came up with a pair of 'Root Boots' — but these boots aren't made for walking. [Michelle Mayer, NYU Student]: "They're boots to keep you grounded and connected, and they reward you for being still and connected. So when both of my feet are completed planted, there's a sub-base vibration you can feel through your feet and when I'm not it makes the sound or ripping trees and cracking trees." Then there's the 'Traveling Sound Museum,' a collection of mason jars, installed on an antique cart. [Michael Rosenthal, NYU Student]: "Some of the ones that we have here on display today — we have the Galapagos Islands from the 1830s from the HMS Beagle expedition that came in. We have great sounds from the north east London market in the 1970s, beautiful Catania fish market from Sicily from the 1700s, so that's a really old one ...
Inventions from Ancient China ~ Paper Making Technique For higher resolution watch to watch more on youtube : choose playlist and then "Journey to the East" History has made China a place where great inventions were created. Most commonly referred to are the four great inventions which include paper, printing, gunpowder, and the marine compass. In today's Five Thousand Years segment, we will start by introducing to you the invention of Paper making.
Invention 1 Bach by Glenn Gould Imagenes de Glenn Gould y la Invention 1 de Johann Sebastian Bach Download HD:
The Most Amazing Invention one amazing inventor I'm very impressed with......
Creative Inventions A few things that could appear in the real world soon
GOOD Inventions: Brain-Sharing by Lincoln Schatz www.good.is/shows/inventions As a cutting-edge video artist, Lincoln Schatz is familiar with the different ways in which we perceive the world. It is no surprise, then, that for our Inventions series, Schatz should invent a device that allows us to see the world through someone else's mind, literally. What's your invention? Animation by Chris Weller Directed by Max Joseph Produced by Eve Marson Music by The Deadly Syndrome and Why?
A strange invention from Turkey Possibly the most convenient invention..
Inventions from Ancient China ~ Gunpowder For higher resolution watch to watch more on youtube : choose playlist and then "Journey to the East" The ancient Chinese paid a great deal of attention to cultivating the mind and the body. In fact, even the fourth great invention from ancient China, gun powder, was accidentally found when the natural element, sulphur, was used in an attempt to create the elixir of life. Besides cultivation practice, gunpowder was also known to be used in Chinese medicine, fire crackers, and only later, warfare. Speaking of wars, many dynasties came and went over the course of China's thousands of years of history. The rise and fall of its dynasties came about when the emperor of a dynasty was no longer virtuous. Back then, there was not a concept of politics, but rather people talked about the virtues required on how to administer a country and the merits necessary to rule as a king. In today's Five Thousand Years segment we will introduce the invention of gunpowder.
Inventions from Ancient China ~ Compass For higher resolution watch to watch more on youtube : choose playlist and then "Journey to the East" In ancient times, people naturally used the sun and the stars to learn their way home. Approximately two thousand and five hundred years into their recorded history, during the Spring and Autumn period in 722-481 BC, the Chinese invented the first most primitive compass to guide their way. Today in our Five Thousand Years segment, will we introduce you to another one of the four great inventions of China - the compass.
3. Technology and Invention in Finance Financial Markets (ECON 252) Technology and innovation underlie finance. In order to manage risks successfully, particularly long-term, we must pool large amounts of risk among many, diverse people and overcome barriers such as moral hazard and erroneous framing. Inventions such as insurance contracts and social security, and information technology all the way from such simple things as paper, and the postal service to modern computers have helped to manage risks and to encourage financial systems to address issues pertaining to risk. The tax and welfare system is one of the most important risk management systems. Complete course materials are available at the Open Yale Courses website: open.yale.edu This course was recorded in Spring 2008.
2009 Worst Inventions of the Year TIME senior writer Lev Grossman dons a snuggie (but not a gas mask bra) to discuss the choices for Worst Inventions of the Year. READ MORE: bit.ly
1001 Inventions and The Library of Secrets - starring Sir Ben Kingsley as Al-Jazari Three school children visit a dusty library to research the story of 'The Dark Ages'. What they find changes their world view dramatically as ingenious inventors and pioneers of science and culture are vividly brought to life. Starring Oscar-winning legend Sir Ben Kingsley in the role of The Librarian, this astounding movie provides an eye-opening introduction to the 1001 Inventions initiative and is the centrepiece for the global touring exhibition. Come and enjoy the movie in full widescreen and surround sound at the Science Museum in London (until the 30th June 2010). Entry is free for both children and adults. ******************* The 1001 Inventions exhibition opened at London's Science Museum on January 21st 2010. Since that time it became one of the most popular exhibition's that this prestigious venue has ever hosted. An average of 3000 visitors a day visited the exhibition, and the feedback from the audience has been overwhelmingly positive. This video gives a brief introduction to the exhibition's current residency. 1001 Inventions was at the Science Museum in London from 21st January to 30th June 2010 followed by Istanbul in Sultan Ahmet from 18th August to 05th October and now the exhibition is showing its glory at the New York hall of Science till April 2011. ******** 1001Inventions is a global educational initiative that promotes awareness of the scientific and cultural achievements of Muslim civilisation, during the thousand year period from the 7th century ...
Theo Jansen's Strandbeests - Wallace & Gromit's World of Invention Episode 1 Preview - BBC One More on this programme: Kinetic sculptor and artist Theo Jansen builds 'strandbeests' from yellow plastic tubing that is readily available in his native Holland. The graceful creatures evolve over time as Theo adapts their designs to harness the wind more efficiently. They are powered only by the wind and even store some of the wind's energy in plastic bottle 'stomachs' to be used when there is no wind.
The Invention of the World Wide Web How did the great invention of the 20th Century come about and who is Tim Buerners-Lee, the English scientist who passed his great invention on to humanity?
2009 Best Inventions of the Year TIME senior writer Lev Grossman discusses some of the top choices for 2009 Best Inventions of the Year. READ MORE: bit.ly
RE:Invention RE:Invention is a movie about how people have responded to the economic downturn and how it has affected them. Rather than allowing these troubling times to create bitterness and anger, these people have taken their financially challenged situations and made positive changes to their lives.
Things Europe Never Invented: Ancient Chinese Inventions Pt1 Europeans often claim they are superior based on "their" inventions. But as this Discovery Channel documentary shows, Europeans merely copied many inventions that originated in The East.
Bach Inventions Played by Glenn Gould My favorite parts of Two- & Three-Part Inventions by JS Bach, played by Glenn Gould in 1955.
Hope Sandoval and The Warm Inventions - Trouble [Official Music Video] Distributed in the US by WMG. "Trouble" by Hope Sandoval and The Warm Inventions from the album Through the Devil Softly. Download on iTunes: bit.ly Links: Facebook: bit.ly "Trouble" Lyrics: The trouble with the trouble Is the trouble in me I might be mistaken Might be forsaken That sure could be That seems like lust to me I don't know what you think The trouble is That the trouble says There's trouble in you Don't let me say That I just slipped away That I just took the car and your keys The trouble is The trouble says It's all troubling Don't talk to me If you're not on the leave I'll never get to sleep All those things You sent my way I never saved a thing Don't let me say That I just slipped away And I took the car and your keys 'Cause the trouble Is the trouble with me The trouble with the trouble Is the trouble in me I might be mistaken
Betty Boop Crazy Inventions Oiginal 1932 Max Fleisher cartoon
invention O-oh, it's easy! The holder of an entitlement for this video is "All-Tribes" alliance.
Spontanious inventions-Bobby McFerrin Bobby and his audience