The Scientists - Last Night (1980) Music from Australia and New Zealand in the year 1980: The Scientists performing on Countdown the single 'Last Night'. Note: For better sound quality, add &fmt=18 at the end of this video's URL. *The band at the beginning of this video are The Aliens* ---------------------------------------- NZOZ NZOZ1980 1980 Australia Early Eighties 1980's 1980s 80's 80s External Tags: Kim Samon, James Baker, Hoodoo Gurus Musical Terms: New Wave, Punk, Post-Punk, Post, Powerpop, Garage, Rock, Aussie, Old Australian Band
Climate Scientist Beat Down!! Support Climate Denial Crock of the Week - go to One of the most notorious of the East Anglia Climate e-mails was written by Dr. Ben Santer, wherein he mused that he sometimes harbored the desire to "beat the crap out of Pat Michaels" - a well known shill for the fossil fuel industry. In November, 2010, the two men shared a witness table in testimony before the Congressional Science and Technology Committee. Did Ben Santer finally beat the crap out of Pat Michaels? You decide. See the entire C-span broadcast here www.c-
IBM Scientists First to Image the Anatomy of a Molecule As reported in the August 28 issue of Science magazine, IBM Research Zurich scientists Leo Gross, Fabian Mohn, Nikolaj Moll and Gerhard Meyer, in collaboration with Peter Liljeroth of Utrecht University, used an AFM operated in an ultrahigh vacuum and at very low temperatures ( 268oC or 451oF) to image the chemical structure of individual pentacene molecules. With their AFM, the IBM scientists, for the first time ever, were able to look through the electron cloud and see the atomic backbone of an individual molecule. While not a direct technological comparison, this is reminiscent of X-rays that pass through soft tissue to enable clear images of bones.
MADtv - S12E08 - Bobby Lee as a North Korean Scientist MADtv - S12E08 - Bobby Lee as a North Korean Scientist in a Propaganda Film.
NME Video: We Are Scientists at the NME Awards 2008 - Part 2 We Are Scientists guide us through the Shockwaves NME Awards 2008 - Part 2. For more from the 2008 Shockwaves NME Awards visit
Japanese Scientists Create Touchable Holograms For more news visit ☛ Researchers at Tokyo University have come up with a technology that is a first and significant step away from the mouse and keyboard touchable holograms. [Hiroyuki Shinoda, Professor, Tokyo University] "Up until now, holography has been for the eyes only, and if you'd try to touch it, your hand would go right through. But now we have a technology that also adds the sensation of touch to holograms." The technology consists of software that uses ultrasonic waves to create pressure on the hand of a user touching the projected hologram. Researchers are using two Wiimotes from Nintendos Wii gaming system to track a users hand. The technology was introduced at SIGGRAPH, an annual computer graphics conference, and has so far only been tested with relatively simple objects. But its inventors have big plans for touchable holograms in the future. [Hiroyuki Shinoda, Professor, Tokyo University]: "For example, it's been shown that in hospitals, there can be contamination between people due to objects that are touched communally. But if you can change the switches and such into a virtual switch, then you no longer have worry about touch contamination. This is one application that's quite easy to see." Touchable holograms could be used for a wide variety of things... everything from light switches to books with each appearing when needed, and then disappearing when not. And holograms could replace the need for making new interfaces for ...
The Scientists - Blood Red River (1983) Music from Australia and New Zealand in the year 1983: The Scientists' promo-video for the single 'Blood Red River' taken from the 1983.... -------------------------------------- NZOZ NZOZ1983 1983 Australia Early Eighties 1980's 1980s 80's 80s Extended Tags: Kim Salmon Musical Terms: Post, Punk, Post-Punk, Alternative, Indie, College, Underground, Rock, Aussie, Old Australian Badn
Coldplay - The Scientist This is the song "The Scientist" from Coldplay with the lyrics
Coldplay - The Scientist Music video by Coldplay performing The Scientist. (C) 2005 EMI Records Ltd This label copy information is the subject of copyright protection. All rights reserved. (C) 2005 EMI Records Ltd
Hot 'Climategate' debate: Scientists clash LIVE on RT A respected British scientist has admitted that emails taken from his inbox, calling into question many of the accepted truths of global warming, were genuine. The documents appear to show scientists are holding back, or ignoring, evidence. One even suggested using a "trick" to hide a trend of falling temperatures.
Al Gore sued by over 30.000 Scientists for Global Warming fraud / John Coleman Visit: Run by Kurt Nimmo Run by Paul Watson prisonplanet.tv Run by Paul Watson Run by Aaron Dykes Run by Steve watson www.truthnews.us Run by kurt Nimmo www.nw0.info www.whatreallyhap...
Nobody Move, Nobody Get Hurt A music video for We Are Scientists, directed by Akiva Schaffer of The Lonely Island ().
The Great Escape A music video for We Are Scientists, directed by Akiva Schaffer of The Lonely Island ().
Scientists simulate jet colliding with World Trade Center www.rcac.purdue.edu Researchers at Purdue University have created a simulation that uses scientific principles to study in detail what likely happened when a commercial airliner crashed into the World Trade Center's North Tower on Sept. 11, 2001. Researchers: Chris Hoffmann - Faculty Sami Kilic - Former Member Scott Meador Voicu Popescu - Faculty Paul Rosen - Graduate Student Mete Sozen
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"2012 "NASA SCIENTIST SPEAKS THE REAL TRUTH ABOUT THE YEAR "2012" NASA scientist "David Morrison' STATES: "There is no threat to Earth in 2012. "'2012' Trailer HD " 2012 - Official Trailer NASA SPEAKS THE TRUTH ABOUT "2012" www.nasa.gov AS ROLAND EMMERICH'S disaster movie 2012 erupts at the global box office, American scientists have assured people that the world is not coming to an end in that year. The film is inspired by a date in the Mayan calendar - equivalent to December 21, 2012 in modern reckoning - that marks the end of a cycle and is often wrongly interpreted as the date of doomsday. Now, NASA has stepped in to dispel rumours that Earth really is heading for apocalypse. The National Aeronautical and Space Agency has answered a series of key questions on its website to allay fears which have been heightened by the new movie. NASA scientist David Morrison has had thousands of emails from people anxious about the end of the world and even knows of young people who want to commit suicide over it. He said: "There is no threat to Earth in the year 2012, so please don't worry about it." He added: "I don't have anything against the movie. It's the way it's been marketed and the way it exploits people's fears. "I can only hope that most people are able to distinguish Hollywood film plots from reality." Fellow scientist Don Yeomans said: "There apparently is a great deal of interest in celestial bodies, and their locations and trajectories at the end of the calendar year 2012. "Now, I for one ...
Coldplay-The Scientist (Acoustic) A duet acoustic performance of The Scientist by Chris and Jonny. **So there have been a lot of requests for the tabs to this song and there has been even more discussion over which tablature is actually correct. I have received tons of PM's about this and have decided to finally post a few of the possible matches based upon popular suggestions. Here they are: www.ultimate- www.ultimate- www.ultimate- Let me know if there are any others that need to be added or if any in the current list are no good. **12/17/09 Update!** Great news for everyone who wants a copy of this song! Just follow the link below to download this song as an mp3. It's also a really handy app if you are using firefox. www.video2mp3.net **01/09/10 Update!** Hey all. Got a PM from the other day that had some nice info about this clip. Be sure to give Nick (nmcilwain) a shout out for this! "This Coldplay interview and performance was for a radio station, Y100, that no longer exists. It was an alt rock station in Philadelphia that changed formats in February 2005. The DJ conducting the interview now works at 93.3 WMMR, a rock station in Philly. His name is Matt Cord. Both he and I used to work at Y100. Thanks so much - it is a great version of a great song, and I'm glad to see it has received so many hits! Take care, Nick McIlwain 93.3 WMMR The Preston & Steve Show" Thanks Nick!
We Are Scientists - Nice Guys We Are Scientists - Nice Guys, taken from the album Barbara. Buy the CD here bit.ly or download it here bit.ly
New Planet: Another Earth discovered by scientists? COURTESY: NATIONAL SCIENCE FOUNDATION R. Paul Butler, Planet co-discoverer Steve Vogt, Planet co-discoverer Astronomers have announced they have discovered an earth like planet that could support the crucial conditions needed for life to exist. The new planet sits directly in the middle of what is referred to as the habitable or Goldilocks zone (Gliese 581 g), unlike any of the nearly 500 other planets astronomers have found outside Earth's solar system. It also is in Earth's galactic neighbourhood, suggesting that plenty of Earth-like planets circle other stars. Astronomers say the planet is neither too far from its star, not too close and could contain liquid water.
9. Climate Change - Meet the Scientists In response to several requests, I'll put references in the video description rather than the body of the video: John Coleman listed as media graduate in 1957 University of Illinois Alumni Association Coleman claiming to be a meteorologist in Weather Channel founder suing Gore? Glenn Beck interview with John Coleman, March 5, 2008 Transcript at: Certified Broadcast Meteorologist Program list of Certified Broadcast Meteorologist (CBM) Christopher Moncktons resume: Whos Who 2010 Oregon Petition found at: Steven C. Zylkowski credentials found at: Earl Aaagard web page: www.theseventhday.tv John Stossel clip from Global Warming? Really Bad? on YouTube Bob Carter listed as palaeoclimatologist in US Senate Minority Report, epw.senate.gov Sorry to ruin the fun, but an ice age cometh Phil Chapman The Australian, April 23, 2008 Chapman bio on NASA website: www.jsc.nasa.gov Tim Ball 28 Years Professor of Climatology at the University of Winnipeg Letter to Paul Martin www.john- Tim Ball: for 32 years I was a Professor of Climatology at the University of Winnipeg. Deniers vs Alarmists in the Eco-Argument Orato website, May 28th, 2006 Tim Ball lettrt to Royal Society, listed as professor of climatology and sciencepolicy.colorado.edu University of Winnipeg website: www.uwinnipeg.ca Geography course units at the University of ...
The Scientists- We Had Love A ROCKNROLLA soundtrack... pure gold blood red river 1982-84 There was a time when, I would of cried, would of cut me up inside, now I'm not bothered at all, In fact I'm walking tall They say i cared about you hard to believe but I know its true We had love, we had love, we had love.. Time was when I would of cried , dream about you in the night , i believe what a waste hanging around, like you got to face All that motion in a puff of smoke should of known wouldnt have a hope We had love we had love, we had love... what waste.. (x) There was a time when, I would of cried, would of cut me up inside, now I'm not bothered at all, In fact I'm walking tall the say I cared about you, hard to believe but I know that its true We had love, we had love, we had love.. time when i would of cried then ream about you in the night , I bleed, what a waste little harvest that you got to face all that motion in a puff of smoke should of known wouldnt have a hope We had love we had love we had love what waste..
This is Why Every Scientist Accepts Evolution READ DESCRIPTION: Please watch the video in its entirety- I know it starts off slow and technical. I discuss the actual, oft unmentioned reason every scientist accepts evolution. Ignorance is no longer an excuse. Special thanks to Greenman3610 for providing the audio track in the background. If you're remotely interested in global warming, subscribing to him is not an option, its a requirement. -The C14 tree/etc example is just to show the strengths of independent methods. Embryology video: Transitional Fossils: Sources: Gilbert, SF (1997) Developmental Biology. Fifth edition. Sinauer Associates. Carroll, RL (1988) Vertebrate Paleontology and Evolution. New York, WH Freeman and Co. Futuyma, D. (1998) Evolutionary Biology. Third edition. Sunderland, Mass., Sinauer Associates. Gould, SJ (1990) "An earful of jaw." Natural History 3: 12-23. Kardong, KV (2002) Vertebrates: Comparative Anatomy, Function, Evolution. Third ed. New York: McGraw Hill. Rubin, GM et al. (2000) "Comparative Genomics of the Eukaryotes." Science 287: 2204-2218. [PubMed] Schmid, KJ, and Tautz, D. (1997) "A screen for fast evolving genes from Drosophila." Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA. 94: 9746-9750. Sereno, PC (1999) "The Evolution of Dinosaurs." Science 284: 2137-2147. [PubMed] Smit, AFA (1996) "The origin of interspersed repeats in the human genome." Current Opinion in Genetics and Development 6: 743-748. [PubMed] Thornhill, RH, and Ussery, DW (2000) "A ...
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The Fairy Scientist The Fairy Scientist was one of 9 finalists in the annual Project Reason Video contest. Voting is now closed and our little scientist did not win any of the three grand prizes. Oh well, the Nobel is still up for grabs. Children are natural scientists - filled with wonder and curiosity, they yearn to know about the world around them. Join Fairy Scientist, Lydia as she sets out to discover the secret world of Fairies. Lydia comes from a family of accomplished scientists; her grandfather is a PhD Oceanographer with NOAA and her great-grandfather is professor emeritus of Horticulture at Oregon State University. Lydia's father is an Electrical Engineer with Hewlett-Packard with numerous patents to his credit. Scientist, Lydia, is the granddaughter of "Andrus" producer/director, Robert Neary. Though she took a little direction from her director grandfather, her comments and observations are completely unscripted and entirely her own. Lydia's academic studies has her currently in the First Grade, but her inquisitiveness and curiosity show great promise in her achieving a notable scientific career.
We Are Scientists - After Hours Music video by We Are Scientists performing After Hours.
Female Scientists Say Domestic Abuse Not Problem According to a team of female researchers who all recently sustained injuries due to various accidents, domestic abuse does not exist. More coverage at:
Mars mission/phobos 2 - Russian scientists confirmed alien spacecraft (OFFICIAL) On March 31, 1989 headlines informed that Phobos 2, before losing contact, captured some strange photos of an unidentified object. Phobos 2 operated normally during its cruise phase, travelling the millions of miles from the Earth to Mars with no mechnical problems. It successfully gathered data about the Sun, Earth, Mars, and the interplanetary medium. On March 27, 1989, as it approached within 50 meters of the moon Phobos, it was set to drop a mobile "hopper" lander and a stationary platform. But just before doing so, contact was mysteriously lost.
Scientists Find Skeleton Of Nature's First ***ual Predator Paleontologists believe the intact skeleton could shed light on the bizarre ***es of this *** dinosaur.
We Are Scientists - I Dont Bite Taken from the album "Barbara" on Masterswan Recordings
Scientists Capture Giant Antarctic Sea Creatures For more news visit ☛ Scientists studying Antarctic waters have filmed and captured giant sea creatures never seen before. They saw sea spiders the size of dinner plates and jelly fish with six meter long tentacles. They also filmed other unknown species of sea life. Here's more. STORY A fleet of three Antarctic marine research ships returned to Australia this week ending a summer expedition to the Southern Ocean where they carried out a census of life in the icy ocean and on its floor more than one kilometer below the surface. [Martin Riddle, Marine Scientist Doctor]: "A huge diversity of life, very colorful, very rich, far exceeding any of our expectations." The three ships, the Aurora Australia, France's L'Astrolabe and Japan's Umitaka Maru all docked in Hobart on Australia's southern island state of Tasmania. Their decks are full of an array of sea life including unknown species of sea creatures collected near the eastern Antarctic land mass. [Martin Riddle, Marine Scientist Doctor]: "There are forces happening in the world, in the atmosphere and in the ocean that are going to change even this the Antarctic and the southern ocean, so it is really important now to have baseline so that we know what we have got now, so that we can identify whether it is changing and put in place measures to protect it before it is lost." The Australian Antarctic Division expedition will help scientists monitor the impact of environmental change in Antarctic waters.
We Are Scientists - Rules Don't Stop We Are Scientists - Rules Don't Stop, taken from the album Barbara. Buy the CD here bit.ly or download it here bit.ly
NME Video: We Are Scientists at the NME Awards 2008 - Part 1 We Are Scientists guide us through the Shockwaves NME Awards 2008 - Part 1. For more on the Awards visit
USF Scientists say Pensacola Beach is not oil free
Scientists Discover Real Zombies | Ants Today, your Girlfriend Tomorrow! Scientists have recently discovered a species of Fungi in the Brazilian Rain Forest that actually take over the brain of Ants and Flies. Can this science actually be used to chemically control Humans? I certainly hope not. Click here to read the related article, www.cbc.ca - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - CLICK HERE FOR A FREE NETFLIX TRIAL, COURTESY OF NGT: SUBSCRIBE FOR INDIVIDUAL GAME VIDEO NOTIFICATIONS: VISIT OUR WEBSITE FORUMS, GO TO: CHECK OUT OUR LIVE STREAMING SERVICE: SUBSCRIBE TO OUR FACEBOOK APP, GO TO: FOLLOW US ON FACEBOOK, GO TO: FOLLOW US ON TWITTER, GO TO: FOR AMAZING GAMEPLAY, GO TO: FOR NGT DIRECTOR VIDEOS, GO TO: FOR OUR RAW, LIVE STREAM FOOTAGE, GO TO:
Flogging the Scientists To help support Climate Denial Crock of the Week Go to As a nonscientist, it's daunting for me to work thru the huge volume of information on global climate change. I've found that the most reliable scientific information comes from respected peer reviewed science journals . But journals have lots of big words, and lots of small print, and very few illustrations to make it easy for me. You can see why climate denies don't like them. But that's where the facts are. How can you tell a good science journal? BBC Interview with Phil Jones Daily Mail account The Economist, review of Daily Mail Scientific American Cyber bullying IPCC Fact and Spin Truth Fights back - debunking climate denier nonsense The goat woman Richard Lindzen deliberately blurring lines Round and Round with Lindzen, Motl, and Jones Lubos Motl blog post Low Ball Sea level estimate withdrawn Vermeer and Rahmsdorf
NASA Scientists Plan To Approach Girl By 2018 The team of scientists says the $19 million dollar mission will put them in direct contact with a woman by 2018.
Do Scientists Have a Sense of Humor? - Brian Malow Complete video at: fora.tv Science comedian Brian Malow reveals that many scientists do, in fact, have a sense of humor... with a few quirks. "Sometimes I look out, and they're not laughing, they're thinking," says Malow. "They're looking the joke over, and they have found it sound." ----- 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.
Scientists: Gulf Health Close to Pre-spill Level Scientists judge the overall health of the Gulf of Mexico as nearly back to normal one year after the BP oil spill, but with glaring blemishes that restrain their optimism about nature's resiliency. Rich Matthews explains. (April 18)
Scientists Successfully Teach Gorilla It Will Die Someday Tulane University researchers say Quigley is now able to experience the crippling fear of impending death previously only accessible to humans.
Genetic Scientists Develop Sheep With Goat Brain After years of experiments and tens of millions of dollars, scientists have finally created a sheep that thinks and acts like a goat. More coverage at: