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2012 Event Horizon: (1) Prophecies and Science of a Golden Age, by David Wil*** In this heavily-anticipated sequel to 2012 Enigma, (#1 Most Viewed on Google, 12 David Wil*** presents a compelling case that the prophecies of a Golden Age are not myth or superstition. Our DNA has been evolving 100 times more rapidly in the last 5000 years due to a natural galactic process which is also creating climate change throughout our entire solar system. If the prophecies are correct, psychic abilities and powers such as telekinesis, levitation, spiritual healing and telepathy may soon become as common as breathing. The Mayan Calendar, the Timeline in the Great Pyramid of Giza, the story of Jesus Christ in the Bible and many other ancient mystery schools and spiritual teachings all speak of a great tribulation that transforms Earth into a Utopian Age. Many misunderstand these prophecies as predicting pole shift, asteroid collisions, supervolcano eruptions or Armageddon thanks to Planet X, alien invasion, Illuminati/government takeover, or a solar event. Russian physics reveals that anti-gravity, free energy and time travel technology arise from a Source Field that is the energy of Mind, Spirit and Consciousness. Life emerges from nonliving material by Intelligent Design and evolution occurs in sudden bursts that repeat in 26 and 62 million year cycles, apparently the result of energy waves gradually rippling out from the center of the galaxy and transforming our DNA. For at least 1200 years, crop circles have presented symbolic messages of DNA ...
Ali G- Science Ali G talks to some geezers about science, and techmology
Science of *** Appeal - Shapely Figures Why is the shape of the body so important? Scientist Carrie Johnson has determined certain shapes that drive us wild. Get more in Discovery Channel's "The Science of *** Appeal."
Cornstarch Science Highspeed vibration of cornstarch solution.
Skewed views of science A look at the pitfalls of arguing against science from incomprehension or emotion.
Invisibility: Science Sensei 11 Can scientists turn Harry Potter's invisibility cloak into a reality? Science Sensei reports on the progress so far.
They Might Be Giants - Science is Real "A scientific theory isn't just a hunch or guess--it's more like a question that's been put through a lot of tests." Directed by David Cowles and Andy Kennedy. From TMBGs new DVD/CD set Here Comes Science. Available at iTunes and Amazon now! bit.ly
The Temper Trap - Science of Fear The Temper Trap - Science of Fear, taken from the album Conditions. Buy the CD here bit.ly or download it here bit.ly
Thomas Dolby - She Blinded Me With Science She that mad man with all those crazy keyboards and computer geek equipment as he creates sounds unheard of.
Mirwais - Disco Science Snatch Soundtrack - Mirwais - Disco Science
Science By www.weebls- Everything you ever need to know about science.
Conspiracy of Science - Earth is in fact growing This video is a Neal Adams animation about his theory that the Earth is growing. This collides with the Pangea theory. Watch it, you will be amazed.
Top 5 Science Conspiracies, Theories and Hoaxes Discovery-: James Williams uncovers five spooky scientific mysteries you may never have heard of. For more science news stories, check out www.discovery-
Wired Science: World's Most Powerful Lasers Wired Science heads to the National Ignition Facility, where an enormous 192-beam laser bay may become capable of fusing hydrogen atoms into helium - creating an endless, clean source of energy. For more information, check out the Wired Science blog: Or subscribe to Wired Science video podcasts through iTunes:
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You Can't Trust Science! "Science has an agenda! Science is unreliable!" If you've ever heard a religious person say these words, you'll love this video
Lec 1 | MIT 6.00 Introduction to Computer Science and Programming, Fall 2008 Lecture 1: Goals of the course; what is computation; introduction to data types, operators, and variables Instructors: Prof. Eric Grimson, Prof. John Guttag View the complete course at: ocw.mit.edu License: Creative Commons BY-NC-SA More information at ocw.mit.edu More courses at ocw.mit.edu
Make Glow Sticks - The Science We show how to make glow sticks and go through all the chemicals needed as well as how to make different colors. We also talk about the chemistry and scientifically research a proposed mechanism. To make the glow stick mix together the following: 10mL Diethyl Phthalate (solvent) 3mg of fluorescent dye (see below) 50mg TCPO (see below) 100mg sodium acetate 3mL 30% hydrogen peroxide (add last to start reaction) The fluorescent dye can be 9,10-bis(phenylethynyl)anthracene for green, Rubrene for yellow, 9,10-diphenylanthracene for blue, and rhodamine B for red. TCPO is expensive to buy but can be made for much cheaper by following the directions in our previous video: The chemicals, including the ones to make TCPO were purchased from alfa aesar: The Rhodamine B and Rubrene dyes were instead purchased from sigma Aldrich The dyes and TCPO are carcinogenic and gloves should be worn when handling them. The TCPO and sodium acetate amounts can be varied considerably and still obtain good light. Smaller quantities tend to be dimmer and decay faster, while larger quantities last longer. For those of you higher level individuals that actually do want to know the mechanism for this process, please refer to this article:
Science Saved My Soul. Yes, many of those thinkers to whom I owe my mental freedom were religious, like Newton, a Christian, who believed God made the Earth but who then showed me why the Earth would have formed without a god's help. Or Plank and Schrodinger, two more Christians, who believed God ruled the Universe but showed me how God could not control a single electron. The discoveries these and many other people made, the laws they are famous for, are the very things that make gods getting humans pregnant, or angels whispering to prophets in caves, look infantile. I could never and would never question their intelligence. Their honesty and intellectual consistency are a different matter. Weird... I can stand on the shoulders of giants and see what even they seemingly could not. I'm not against the Creator(s), if they exist, if they ever existed. I'm not against the search for the Creator(s). What blows MY mind is that people think religion has anything to do with it at all. Wanna see "the grey-blue mist"? Music used in the closing montage: "Wake up" by Arcade Fire, from the album "Funeral".
What Is Science? Definitions of science can be difficult. ABOUT THE MUSIC: The music in this video, "I Ka Barra (Your Work)," is from the 1995 album by Habib Koite & Bamad AND was SUPPLIED by Microsoft Windows Vista as part of their Movie Maker version supplied under the last version of Vista...NOW there is a copyright claim against this video, even though the music was supplied by Microsoft. This amazes me! For more on this artist go here: I'm a great supporter of musical artists making money from their work, but I'm frankly MYSTIFIED about to have a copyright infringement filed for music which was supplied as part of a Microsoft Windows program. MYSTIFIED!
World First Lvl85 For Science Follow me (Reese) to stay up to date with the evolution of God is in The Neurons Music in the trailer at the end is by Professor Kliq 1st song is 'On The Mountain' by Videocopilot
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System Of A Down - Science Movie: Equilibrium Artist: System Of A Down Song: Science
Science Experiment egg in bottle
"Science and the taboo of psi" with Dean Radin Google Tech Talks January, 16 2008 ABSTRACT Do telepathy, clairvoyance and other "psi" abilities exist? The majority of the general population believes that they do, and yet fewer than one percent of mainstream academic institutions have any faculty known for their interest in these frequently reported experiences. Why is a topic of enduring and widespread interest met with such resounding silence in academia? The answer is not due to a lack of scientific evidence, or even to a lack of scientific interest, but rather involves a taboo. I will discuss the nature of this taboo, some of the empirical evidence and critical responses, and speculate on the implications. Speaker: Dean Radin Dean Radin is a researcher and author in the field of parapsychology. He is Senior Scientist at the Institute of Noetic Sciences and four-time former President of the Parapsychological Association. He holds an undergraduate degree in electrical engineering from the University of Massachusetts Amherst, and a masters degree in electrical engineering and a doctorate in educational psychology from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. He has worked at AT&T Bell Labs and GTE Labs, mainly on human factors of advanced telecommunications products and services, and held appointments at Princeton University, Edinburgh University, University of Nevada, Las Vegas, SRI International, Interval Research Corporation, and Boundary Institute. At these facilities he was engaged in basic research on ...
A New Kind of Science - Stephen Wolfram Noted scientist Stephen Wolfram shares his perspective of how the unexpected results of simple computer experiments have forced him to consider a whole new way of looking at processes in our universe. Series: "Frontiers of Knowledge" [4/2003] [Science] [Show ID: 7153]
Thomas Dolby - She Blinded Me With Science Music Video Of She Blinded Me With Science
Drunk Science Don't drink and think. Go check out Edgar Nielsen, yo! Subscribe to Bing, eh! http Follow Jeff on Twitter! (why? shut up, that's why!)
Ghetto Science - Smoking Most people haven't seen this, but I bet it would help more people understand why smoking isn't a good idea. Filmed in one take and completely produced in under an hour. If you think the results are fake, go ahead and try it yourself. And if you start smoking, you are an absolute idiot. For the record, I'm a smoker. I've quit, but that will never make me a non-smoker. Once you're addicted, you're a smoker for life. All I can do is try to always be a smoker who is not smoking today. The music in the background is Mozart's Requiem Lacrymosa. Anyone know why?
Cool Science Trick Yay 1 million views!
Google Science Fair Experiment - Extended Introducing the world's first online global science competition, the Google Science Fair! Google has partnered with CERN, LEGO, National Geographic and Scientific American to create a new kind of online science competition that is more global, open and inclusive than ever before. Students aged 13 - 18 from around the world are invited to enter and compete for awesome once-in-a-lifetime experiences, scholarships and real-life work opportunities. Sign up today at /sciencefair.
'A Virus Walks Into a Bar...' and Other Science Jokes - Brian Malow Complete video at: fora.tv Science comedian Brian Malow jokes that a virus is "the ultimate David and Goliath" when compared with humans. He then rattles off a series of science-related jokes. "Schrodinger's cat walks into a bar, and doesn't." ----- Brian Malow's YouTube Channel: Brian Malow's blog: Brian Malow's videos for Time Magazine: bit.ly Brian Malow (@sciencecomedian) on Twitter: Now an accomplished stand-up comic whose career has spanned more than a decade to include performances on CBS, A&E, TechTV, and the Discovery Channel, Brian Malow turns his sharp wit upon his first love: the world of science. Brian entertains and ignites interest in science with hysterical, thought-provoking science comedy routines about the environment, insects and viruses, evolution and extinction, the speed of light, gravity, cell phones, computers -- everything under the Sun -- and even the Sun itself! Brian makes science funny, exciting and easily digestible for all audiences. Wonderfest, the Bay Area Festival of Science, is held each year in the beginning of November. Enjoy fascinating discussions between world-class scientists on cutting edge topics, as well as other fun exhibitions. Visit and join.
Science of Watchmen University of Minnesota physics professor James Kakalios discusses how he was tapped to add a physics perspective to the upcoming Warner Brothers movie, Watchmen. Kakalios discusses how quantum mechanics can explain Dr. Manhattan's super human powers in the film, and how he came to become an expert on the topic of the physics of superheroes. Check out Kakalios book at Vote for Jim! He's up for a Webby Award, which you can vote for here:
Why Earth Science The earth sciences are central to all aspects of life - get a quick glimpse in this 6 min video.
Fun Science: The Moon A not-very-in-depth look into why we even have a moon, and the effect that the moon has had on our planet. From the perspective of a science fan... rather than a proper scientist.
Saturday Morning Science, full length, DVD quality Dr. Don Pettit performs a number of microgravity experiments while onboard the International Space Station. This is a compilation of the experiments performed for the Saturday Morning Science program.
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