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  • The Andromeda Strain (1971) Part 7 The best-selling novel by Michael Crichton was faithfully adapted for this taut 1971 thriller, about a team of scientists(Arthur Hill, David Wayne, James Olson, Kate Reid and Paula Kelly) racing against time to destroy a deadly alien virus that threatens to wipe out life on Earth. As usual with any Crichton-based movie, the emphasis is on an exciting clash between nature and science, beginning when virologists discover the outer-space virus in a tiny town full of corpses. Projecting total contamination, the scientists isolate the deadly strain in a massive, high-tech underground lab facility, which is rigged for nuclear destruction if the virus is not successfully controlled. The movie spends a great deal of time covering the scientific procedures of the high-pressure investigation, and the rising tensions between scientists who have been forced to work in claustrophobic conditions. It's all very fascinating if you're interested in scientific method and technological advances but it's more effective as a thriller in which tension is derived not only from the deadly threat of the virus, but from the escalating fear and anxiety among the small group of people who've been assigned to save the human race. The basic premise is still captivating; it's easy to see how this became the foundation of Crichton's science-thriller empire.
  • The Strain Book Trailer: Jail Scene A sneak peek of Guillermo Del Toro and Chuck Hogan's The Strain, the start of a new vampire trilogy. Learn more at
  • THE ACACIA STRAIN (interview) ON CAPITAL CHAOS 2009 Interview with Vincent Bennett of THE ACACIA STRAIN at Club Retro in Orangevale, CA. @ Club Retro~Orangevale, California 9/23/2009 also on the bill were IMPENDING DOOM, MY CHILDREN MY BRIDE & AUGUST BURNS RED The Acacia Strain is an American Deathcore band from Chicopee, Massachusetts, formed in 2001. They have been together since 2001, but have undergone many member changes, and have four studio albums, as well as a split album with Loyal to the Grave on which they cover "Seasons in the Abyss", originally recorded by Slayer. The band has worked with acclaimed producers Adam Dutkiewicz (Killswitch Engage) and Zeuss (Shadows Fall and Hatebreed). The band used to employ three guitar players, however currently only has one.
  • Ramirez-The Acacia Strain (with Lyrics) I want to see the pieces fit into place I want to feel your body temperature drop I want to feel the wind against my face I want to hear your heart stop I have a perfectly good idea of how the *** you're going to die We fear what we don't understand And I'm afraid of everything Hail Mary, the virgin whore I can't ***ing take this anymore Hail Mary with the broken face You name the time, I'll name the place I want to tell her I felt it in my heart But I have no heart to feel I want to tell them I know who stole my soul But I have no soul to steal I believe that hell is real Hell is other people I am a burning building You can't save me Hail Mary, the virgin whore I can't ***ing take this anymore Hail Mary with the broken face You name the time, I'll name the place I am the one who will bring hell upon you all I'll stand at the gates and watch your kingdom fall Ashes to ashes and dust into dust This world is a graveyard I DON'T GIVE A ***! Hail Mary, the virgin whore I can't ***ing take this anymore Hail Mary with the broken face You name the time, I'll name the ***ing place Thanks To UploadVideoHere's(Metal = here) For The lyrics Check Out His Channel And Subscribe =D Taken From Their Latest Album,Wormwood ______________ *Disclaimer*_______________ This video is for public viewing only. I "DO NOT" own the right's to this song, Nor am I making a profit off of the publicity. This content is owned by (c) Prosthetic Records
  • Strain Hunters India Expedition (FULL HD MOVIE) Visit and http Strain Hunters are people that can't sit still for too long. After completing the Malawi expedition in 2008, Arjan and myself began to think about the next mission. We had many destinations in mind, because the list of places where amazing landraces are awaiting is a long one. After much thinking and talking we selected a few "top-spots" on our list, and started gathering information and ideas.
  • Strain Hunters India Expedition by Green House Seed Company New 10 minute trailer Strain Hunters are people that cant sit still for too long. After completing the Malawi expedition in 2008, Arjan and myself began to think about the next mission. We had many destinations in mind, because the list of places where amazing landraces are awaiting is a long one. After much thinking and talking we selected a few top-spots on our list, and started gathering information and ideas. It became very clear that there was one place that could not be overlooked: the region of the Himalayas, particularly the Indian side, where the best charras and creams are from. Ever since 1993, when the Green House won the Cannabis Cup with a cream from Malana, Arjan wanted to explore the origins and the history of this wonderful hashish. His last trip to India was in the 1980s, when he acquired the genetics that gave birth to the Himalaya Gold, one of the most acclaimed outdoor strains ever produced. So we decided time had come to go strain hunting in India. Now we needed a good guide, someone that could show us the right path to the highest fields, the tastiest creams, and the holiest of mountains. A few years back, during one of the Cannabis Expos we attended in Europe, we met Italian book writer and connoisseur Franco Casalone, author of the most famous books on cannabis written in Italy. He lived in the Indian Himalayas for several years, living the life of a true charsí (master of charras-making). We suddenly had the feeling that he was the right man for our mission, so we ...
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  • Neck Pain Rehab Video - Cervical Strain THIS HURTS! What hurts...: LEFT SIDE OF NECK. How you hurt it...: NOT SURE. When you hurt it...: ABOUT A MONTH AN A HALFAGO. Your pain level (1 is low, 10 is high pain): 5 WHEN I TURN SIDE TO SIDE. (LEFT TO RIGHT) ARE WHEN I YARN. Your age and overall health...: 26 YEARS. Any other information you feel is relevant...: WENT TO DOCTOR AND THEY SAID I HAVE A CERICAL STRAIN. YOUR INJURY COULD BE... Cervical Strain REHAB YOUR INJURY BY... Posture: Lift shoulders up, back and down. This is a good posture to be in. Try to address any awkward posture that you have during your day such as talking on the phone with your neck bent sideways, etc. Icing: Wrap an ice pack around the back of your neck for approximately 15 minutes. Try to ice 2 to 3 times per day with one hour between icing. Gentle Shoulder Circles: Gently lifting your shoulders up, back and down and around. Gentle Neck Stretch: Slowly drop your ear to your shoulder and hold the stretch for 15 seconds. Then slowly drop your chin towards your armpit, holding this for 15 seconds. Repeat this on the other side. Perform this stretch 2 times on each side. Can't find any recent video's that are directly related to what is hurting you? Tell us what's hurting you today and get your own rehab advice video by tomorrow! Just go to
  • The Acacia Strain - Beast (HQ) The Acacia Strain - Beast
  • The Andromeda Strain (1971) Part 4 The best-selling novel by Michael Crichton was faithfully adapted for this taut 1971 thriller, about a team of scientists(Arthur Hill, David Wayne, James Olson, Kate Reid and Paula Kelly) racing against time to destroy a deadly alien virus that threatens to wipe out life on Earth. As usual with any Crichton-based movie, the emphasis is on an exciting clash between nature and science, beginning when virologists discover the outer-space virus in a tiny town full of corpses. Projecting total contamination, the scientists isolate the deadly strain in a massive, high-tech underground lab facility, which is rigged for nuclear destruction if the virus is not successfully controlled. The movie spends a great deal of time covering the scientific procedures of the high-pressure investigation, and the rising tensions between scientists who have been forced to work in claustrophobic conditions. It's all very fascinating if you're interested in scientific method and technological advances but it's more effective as a thriller in which tension is derived not only from the deadly threat of the virus, but from the escalating fear and anxiety among the small group of people who've been assigned to save the human race. The basic premise is still captivating; it's easy to see how this became the foundation of Crichton's science-thriller empire.
  • The Acacia Strain "The Carpathian' *Wormwood Album* (UNOFFICIAL-FAN VIDEO) A simple video i put together using a song from the new album Wormwood, bits off the dvd of them playing live and a random global warming mini film,starring a little girl. Basically, mixed the videos and added some of my own effects.Hope you like it..More coming soon! fee I in no way own any of the material. Copyright to their respective owners. This is a fan video of a song from the album 'Wormwood'.
  • The Andromeda Strain (1971) Part 13 The best-selling novel by Michael Crichton was faithfully adapted for this taut 1971 thriller, about a team of scientists(Arthur Hill, David Wayne, James Olson, Kate Reid and Paula Kelly) racing against time to destroy a deadly alien virus that threatens to wipe out life on Earth. As usual with any Crichton-based movie, the emphasis is on an exciting clash between nature and science, beginning when virologists discover the outer-space virus in a tiny town full of corpses. Projecting total contamination, the scientists isolate the deadly strain in a massive, high-tech underground lab facility, which is rigged for nuclear destruction if the virus is not successfully controlled. The movie spends a great deal of time covering the scientific procedures of the high-pressure investigation, and the rising tensions between scientists who have been forced to work in claustrophobic conditions. It's all very fascinating if you're interested in scientific method and technological advances but it's more effective as a thriller in which tension is derived not only from the deadly threat of the virus, but from the escalating fear and anxiety among the small group of people who've been assigned to save the human race. The basic premise is still captivating; it's easy to see how this became the foundation of Crichton's science-thriller empire.
  • The Andromeda Strain (1971) Part 5 The best-selling novel by Michael Crichton was faithfully adapted for this taut 1971 thriller, about a team of scientists(Arthur Hill, David Wayne, James Olson, Kate Reid and Paula Kelly) racing against time to destroy a deadly alien virus that threatens to wipe out life on Earth. As usual with any Crichton-based movie, the emphasis is on an exciting clash between nature and science, beginning when virologists discover the outer-space virus in a tiny town full of corpses. Projecting total contamination, the scientists isolate the deadly strain in a massive, high-tech underground lab facility, which is rigged for nuclear destruction if the virus is not successfully controlled. The movie spends a great deal of time covering the scientific procedures of the high-pressure investigation, and the rising tensions between scientists who have been forced to work in claustrophobic conditions. It's all very fascinating if you're interested in scientific method and technological advances but it's more effective as a thriller in which tension is derived not only from the deadly threat of the virus, but from the escalating fear and anxiety among the small group of people who've been assigned to save the human race. The basic premise is still captivating; it's easy to see how this became the foundation of Crichton's science-thriller empire.
  • The Acacia Strain - The Behemoth I do not own this song and no copyright intended. All rights go to The Acacia Strain and their label.
  • Honey harvest Tutorial - Crush and Strain 1 of 2 Join us on Facebook! http How to crush and strain honey. Learn more about beekeeping at
  • The Andromeda Strain (1971) Part 6 The best-selling novel by Michael Crichton was faithfully adapted for this taut 1971 thriller, about a team of scientists(Arthur Hill, David Wayne, James Olson, Kate Reid and Paula Kelly) racing against time to destroy a deadly alien virus that threatens to wipe out life on Earth. As usual with any Crichton-based movie, the emphasis is on an exciting clash between nature and science, beginning when virologists discover the outer-space virus in a tiny town full of corpses. Projecting total contamination, the scientists isolate the deadly strain in a massive, high-tech underground lab facility, which is rigged for nuclear destruction if the virus is not successfully controlled. The movie spends a great deal of time covering the scientific procedures of the high-pressure investigation, and the rising tensions between scientists who have been forced to work in claustrophobic conditions. It's all very fascinating if you're interested in scientific method and technological advances but it's more effective as a thriller in which tension is derived not only from the deadly threat of the virus, but from the escalating fear and anxiety among the small group of people who've been assigned to save the human race. The basic premise is still captivating; it's easy to see how this became the foundation of Crichton's science-thriller empire.
  • The Andromeda Strain (1971) Part 8 The best-selling novel by Michael Crichton was faithfully adapted for this taut 1971 thriller, about a team of scientists(Arthur Hill, David Wayne, James Olson, Kate Reid and Paula Kelly) racing against time to destroy a deadly alien virus that threatens to wipe out life on Earth. As usual with any Crichton-based movie, the emphasis is on an exciting clash between nature and science, beginning when virologists discover the outer-space virus in a tiny town full of corpses. Projecting total contamination, the scientists isolate the deadly strain in a massive, high-tech underground lab facility, which is rigged for nuclear destruction if the virus is not successfully controlled. The movie spends a great deal of time covering the scientific procedures of the high-pressure investigation, and the rising tensions between scientists who have been forced to work in claustrophobic conditions. It's all very fascinating if you're interested in scientific method and technological advances but it's more effective as a thriller in which tension is derived not only from the deadly threat of the virus, but from the escalating fear and anxiety among the small group of people who've been assigned to save the human race. The basic premise is still captivating; it's easy to see how this became the foundation of Crichton's science-thriller empire.
  • The Strain Book Trailer: Dog Shed Scene A sneak peek of Guillermo Del Toro and Chuck Hogan's The Strain, the start of a new vampire trilogy. Learn more at
  • The Andromeda Strain (1971) Part 2 The best-selling novel by Michael Crichton was faithfully adapted for this taut 1971 thriller, about a team of scientists(Arthur Hill, David Wayne, James Olson, Kate Reid and Paula Kelly) racing against time to destroy a deadly alien virus that threatens to wipe out life on Earth. As usual with any Crichton-based movie, the emphasis is on an exciting clash between nature and science, beginning when virologists discover the outer-space virus in a tiny town full of corpses. Projecting total contamination, the scientists isolate the deadly strain in a massive, high-tech underground lab facility, which is rigged for nuclear destruction if the virus is not successfully controlled. The movie spends a great deal of time covering the scientific procedures of the high-pressure investigation, and the rising tensions between scientists who have been forced to work in claustrophobic conditions. It's all very fascinating if you're interested in scientific method and technological advances but it's more effective as a thriller in which tension is derived not only from the deadly threat of the virus, but from the escalating fear and anxiety among the small group of people who've been assigned to save the human race. The basic premise is still captivating; it's easy to see how this became the foundation of Crichton's science-thriller empire.
  • Dr. Robert Agnew - Strain Theory in Criminal Justice - 1/6 Dr. Robert Agnew's lecture delivered at Eastern Kentucky University - College of Justice and Safety in 2005 titled "Strain Theory in Criminal Justice". Dr. Agnew attended Rutgers College from 1971 to 1975 where he earned his BA with highest honors and highest distinction in sociology. He went on to receive his MA in sociology, as well as his PhD in sociology, from UNC at Chapel Hill. From fall 1980-present he has been Assistant Professor to Professor of Sociology at Emory University. The courses he taught include juvenile delinquency, criminology, social research, violence studies (an interdisciplinary course), causes of crime (graduate), controlling crime (graduate), biosocial bases of crime (graduate), teaching sociology (graduate). Dr. Agnew was also the Director of the Internship Program from 1982-85.
  • Wisdom - Strain of Madness another killer metal band from Hungary, Budapest. :)
  • TRAILER STRAIN HUNTERS - Africa Exped. Trailer - Green House Seed Co Our planet is home to millions of species of animal and plants with their own habitat, and each plays a unique role in the perfect design of nature. Unfortunately many species of plants and animals are victim of uncontrolled human development. Cannabis, one of the most ancient plants known to man, used in every civilization all over the world for medicinal and recreational purposes, is facing a very real threath of extinction. Besides the threath posed by human development, one of the goals of the United Nations, published years ago in official reports, was to wipe out the cannabis plant from the face of the earth by the year 2010. In reality this is far from being achieved, because man keeps using the cannabis plant for religious, medicinal and recreational purposes no matter what the law says. Most cultures cannot comprehend how a plant can be made illegal. In most people's perception, plants and animals stand above a status of legality or illegality, they just exist in a higher design of nature that goes beyond human laws and regulations. Nevertheless most governments of cannabis-producing countries are implementing drastic measures to destroy crops. Dangerous chemicals are sprayed over fields and over the farmers themselves in most of the third world countries, and the poorest people of the planet are the ones paying the highest price for cultivating a plant that does not kill. But in the economy of scale, where demand dictates supply, the poorest people of the planet ...
  • The Andromeda Strain (1971) Part 3 The best-selling novel by Michael Crichton was faithfully adapted for this taut 1971 thriller, about a team of scientists(Arthur Hill, David Wayne, James Olson, Kate Reid and Paula Kelly) racing against time to destroy a deadly alien virus that threatens to wipe out life on Earth. As usual with any Crichton-based movie, the emphasis is on an exciting clash between nature and science, beginning when virologists discover the outer-space virus in a tiny town full of corpses. Projecting total contamination, the scientists isolate the deadly strain in a massive, high-tech underground lab facility, which is rigged for nuclear destruction if the virus is not successfully controlled. The movie spends a great deal of time covering the scientific procedures of the high-pressure investigation, and the rising tensions between scientists who have been forced to work in claustrophobic conditions. It's all very fascinating if you're interested in scientific method and technological advances but it's more effective as a thriller in which tension is derived not only from the deadly threat of the virus, but from the escalating fear and anxiety among the small group of people who've been assigned to save the human race. The basic premise is still captivating; it's easy to see how this became the foundation of Crichton's science-thriller empire.
  • Strain Hunters Africa Expedition - Part 1 - Green House Seed Co Our planet is home to millions of species of animal and plants with their own habitat, and each plays a unique role in the perfect design of nature. Unfortunately many species of plants and animals are victim of uncontrolled human development. Cannabis, one of the most ancient plants known to man, used in every civilization all over the world for medicinal and recreational purposes, is facing a very real threath of extinction. Besides the threath posed by human development, one of the goals of the United Nations, published years ago in official reports, was to wipe out the cannabis plant from the face of the earth by the year 2010. In reality this is far from being achieved, because man keeps using the cannabis plant for religious, medicinal and recreational purposes no matter what the law says. Most cultures cannot comprehend how a plant can be made illegal. In most people's perception, plants and animals stand above a status of legality or illegality, they just exist in a higher design of nature that goes beyond human laws and regulations. Nevertheless most governments of cannabis-producing countries are implementing drastic measures to destroy crops. Dangerous chemicals are sprayed over fields and over the farmers themselves in most of the third world countries, and the poorest people of the planet are the ones paying the highest price for cultivating a plant that does not kill. But in the economy of scale, where demand dictates supply, the poorest people of the planet ...
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  • Shoulder Pain Rehab Video - Rotator Cuff Strain What hurts...: My right shoulder. How you hurt it...: I am not really sure, however I play tennis so I may have injured it, but I do not recall any particular incident. When you hurt it...: 2 months ago, however the pain seems to be gradually getting worse.Your pain level (1 is low, 10 is high pain): Most of the time it is 2-3/10, but it can get up to 7/10 with overhead activities. I am no longer playing tennis due to the pain. Your age and overall health...: I am 33 and is good heath. I am not overweight and I try to exercise 4-5 times/week. Any other information you feel is relevant...: Sometimes I feel a "catch" when I try to lift my hand above my head and then it goes away once I get my hand all the way overhead. My arm feels weak with activities out to the side or if I have to hold my arm up for any length of time. YOUR INJURY COULD BE... Rotator Cuff Strain. REHAB YOUR INJURY BY... Icing: 15 minutes for 2 to 3 times per day, with at least one hour in-between. Rotator Cuff Exercise 1: Lie on your right side, on your problem shoulder. With a 3 to 5 pound hand weight move your arm up and down. Complete 3 sets of 15 repetitions, resting a couple minutes between sets. This should be pain free, otherwise you should stop. Rotator Cuff Exercise 2: Lie on the other side, with your problem shoulder off the table. Keeping your elbow in towards your body, with a 3 to 5 pound hand weight, move your arm up and down in a controlled way. Complete 3 sets of 15 repetitions, resting a ...
  • The Strain Trailer The first installment of three trailers for Guillermo Del Toro and Chuck Hogan's The Strain, available June 2. Visit for more.
  • The Andromeda Strain (1971) Part 12 The best-selling novel by Michael Crichton was faithfully adapted for this taut 1971 thriller, about a team of scientists(Arthur Hill, David Wayne, James Olson, Kate Reid and Paula Kelly) racing against time to destroy a deadly alien virus that threatens to wipe out life on Earth. As usual with any Crichton-based movie, the emphasis is on an exciting clash between nature and science, beginning when virologists discover the outer-space virus in a tiny town full of corpses. Projecting total contamination, the scientists isolate the deadly strain in a massive, high-tech underground lab facility, which is rigged for nuclear destruction if the virus is not successfully controlled. The movie spends a great deal of time covering the scientific procedures of the high-pressure investigation, and the rising tensions between scientists who have been forced to work in claustrophobic conditions. It's all very fascinating if you're interested in scientific method and technological advances but it's more effective as a thriller in which tension is derived not only from the deadly threat of the virus, but from the escalating fear and anxiety among the small group of people who've been assigned to save the human race. The basic premise is still captivating; it's easy to see how this became the foundation of Crichton's science-thriller empire.
  • Worn Out Welcome: US Marines still a strain on Okinawa The US Navy has delayed the release of its plans to move more than 8500 Marines from their military base on the Japanese island of Okinawa. The delay is likely to upset locals who are highly criticial of the US presence there, and have repeatedly requested they be moved. Islanders say the base is damaging the environment and pushing the crime rate up. RT's Sean Thomas went to Okinawa to investigate...
  • Strain Hunters - Part 4 - Green House Seed Co. Our planet is home to millions of species of animal and plants with their own habitat, and each plays a unique role in the perfect design of nature. Unfortunately many species of plants and animals are victim of uncontrolled human development. Cannabis, one of the most ancient plants known to man, used in every civilization all over the world for medicinal and recreational purposes, is facing a very real threath of extinction. Besides the threath posed by human development, one of the goals of the United Nations, published years ago in official reports, was to wipe out the cannabis plant from the face of the earth by the year 2010. In reality this is far from being achieved, because man keeps using the cannabis plant for religious, medicinal and recreational purposes no matter what the law says. Most cultures cannot comprehend how a plant can be made illegal. In most people's perception, plants and animals stand above a status of legality or illegality, they just exist in a higher design of nature that goes beyond human laws and regulations. Nevertheless most governments of cannabis-producing countries are implementing drastic measures to destroy crops. Dangerous chemicals are sprayed over fields and over the farmers themselves in most of the third world countries, and the poorest people of the planet are the ones paying the highest price for cultivating a plant that does not kill. But in the economy of scale, where demand dictates supply, the poorest people of the planet ...
  • The Andromeda Strain (1971) Part 9 The best-selling novel by Michael Crichton was faithfully adapted for this taut 1971 thriller, about a team of scientists(Arthur Hill, David Wayne, James Olson, Kate Reid and Paula Kelly) racing against time to destroy a deadly alien virus that threatens to wipe out life on Earth. As usual with any Crichton-based movie, the emphasis is on an exciting clash between nature and science, beginning when virologists discover the outer-space virus in a tiny town full of corpses. Projecting total contamination, the scientists isolate the deadly strain in a massive, high-tech underground lab facility, which is rigged for nuclear destruction if the virus is not successfully controlled. The movie spends a great deal of time covering the scientific procedures of the high-pressure investigation, and the rising tensions between scientists who have been forced to work in claustrophobic conditions. It's all very fascinating if you're interested in scientific method and technological advances but it's more effective as a thriller in which tension is derived not only from the deadly threat of the virus, but from the escalating fear and anxiety among the small group of people who've been assigned to save the human race. The basic premise is still captivating; it's easy to see how this became the foundation of Crichton's science-thriller empire.
  • The Andromeda Strain (1971) Part 1 The best-selling novel by Michael Crichton was faithfully adapted for this taut 1971 thriller, about a team of scientists(Arthur Hill, David Wayne, James Olson, Kate Reid and Paula Kelly) racing against time to destroy a deadly alien virus that threatens to wipe out life on Earth. As usual with any Crichton-based movie, the emphasis is on an exciting clash between nature and science, beginning when virologists discover the outer-space virus in a tiny town full of corpses. Projecting total contamination, the scientists isolate the deadly strain in a massive, high-tech underground lab facility, which is rigged for nuclear destruction if the virus is not successfully controlled. The movie spends a great deal of time covering the scientific procedures of the high-pressure investigation, and the rising tensions between scientists who have been forced to work in claustrophobic conditions. It's all very fascinating if you're interested in scientific method and technological advances but it's more effective as a thriller in which tension is derived not only from the deadly threat of the virus, but from the escalating fear and anxiety among the small group of people who've been assigned to save the human race. The basic premise is still captivating; it's easy to see how this became the foundation of Crichton's science-thriller empire.
  • 07. Slayer - Human Strain Slayer - Human Strain from new album "World Painted Blood" 2009 ------------------------------------------------------------------ LISTEN TO COMPLETE ALBUM HERE: (it's a playlist on Youtube) _____________________________ Sony Music Entertainment © 2009
  • THE ACACIA STRAIN- SKYNET (NEW MUSIC VIDEO) NEW ACACIA STRAIN VIDEO
  • Strain Hunters - Part 2 - Green House Seed Co Our planet is home to millions of species of animal and plants with their own habitat, and each plays a unique role in the perfect design of nature. Unfortunately many species of plants and animals are victim of uncontrolled human development. Cannabis, one of the most ancient plants known to man, used in every civilization all over the world for medicinal and recreational purposes, is facing a very real threath of extinction. Besides the threath posed by human development, one of the goals of the United Nations, published years ago in official reports, was to wipe out the cannabis plant from the face of the earth by the year 2010. In reality this is far from being achieved, because man keeps using the cannabis plant for religious, medicinal and recreational purposes no matter what the law says. Most cultures cannot comprehend how a plant can be made illegal. In most people's perception, plants and animals stand above a status of legality or illegality, they just exist in a higher design of nature that goes beyond human laws and regulations. Nevertheless most governments of cannabis-producing countries are implementing drastic measures to destroy crops. Dangerous chemicals are sprayed over fields and over the farmers themselves in most of the third world countries, and the poorest people of the planet are the ones paying the highest price for cultivating a plant that does not kill. But in the economy of scale, where demand dictates supply, the poorest people of the planet ...
  • The Andromeda Strain (1971) Part 11 The best-selling novel by Michael Crichton was faithfully adapted for this taut 1971 thriller, about a team of scientists(Arthur Hill, David Wayne, James Olson, Kate Reid and Paula Kelly) racing against time to destroy a deadly alien virus that threatens to wipe out life on Earth. As usual with any Crichton-based movie, the emphasis is on an exciting clash between nature and science, beginning when virologists discover the outer-space virus in a tiny town full of corpses. Projecting total contamination, the scientists isolate the deadly strain in a massive, high-tech underground lab facility, which is rigged for nuclear destruction if the virus is not successfully controlled. The movie spends a great deal of time covering the scientific procedures of the high-pressure investigation, and the rising tensions between scientists who have been forced to work in claustrophobic conditions. It's all very fascinating if you're interested in scientific method and technological advances but it's more effective as a thriller in which tension is derived not only from the deadly threat of the virus, but from the escalating fear and anxiety among the small group of people who've been assigned to save the human race. The basic premise is still captivating; it's easy to see how this became the foundation of Crichton's science-thriller empire.
  • Blockhead - The Strain feel the strain and you see the stain...
  • The Acacia Strain - "The Hills Have Eyes" Prosthetic Records The Acacia Strain - "The Hills Have Eyes"Like this video? Come see hundreds more at ! - the Net's biggest home for metal, death, grind, thrash, rapcore, heavy and hard rock music videos! If you like the hard stuff, come get hooked on ! Director
  • Strain Hunters - Part 3 - Green House Seed Co Our planet is home to millions of species of animal and plants with their own habitat, and each plays a unique role in the perfect design of nature. Unfortunately many species of plants and animals are victim of uncontrolled human development. Cannabis, one of the most ancient plants known to man, used in every civilization all over the world for medicinal and recreational purposes, is facing a very real threath of extinction. Besides the threath posed by human development, one of the goals of the United Nations, published years ago in official reports, was to wipe out the cannabis plant from the face of the earth by the year 2010. In reality this is far from being achieved, because man keeps using the cannabis plant for religious, medicinal and recreational purposes no matter what the law says. Most cultures cannot comprehend how a plant can be made illegal. In most people's perception, plants and animals stand above a status of legality or illegality, they just exist in a higher design of nature that goes beyond human laws and regulations. Nevertheless most governments of cannabis-producing countries are implementing drastic measures to destroy crops. Dangerous chemicals are sprayed over fields and over the farmers themselves in most of the third world countries, and the poorest people of the planet are the ones paying the highest price for cultivating a plant that does not kill. But in the economy of scale, where demand dictates supply, the poorest people of the planet ...
  • The Andromeda Strain (1971) Part 10 The best-selling novel by Michael Crichton was faithfully adapted for this taut 1971 thriller, about a team of scientists(Arthur Hill, David Wayne, James Olson, Kate Reid and Paula Kelly) racing against time to destroy a deadly alien virus that threatens to wipe out life on Earth. As usual with any Crichton-based movie, the emphasis is on an exciting clash between nature and science, beginning when virologists discover the outer-space virus in a tiny town full of corpses. Projecting total contamination, the scientists isolate the deadly strain in a massive, high-tech underground lab facility, which is rigged for nuclear destruction if the virus is not successfully controlled. The movie spends a great deal of time covering the scientific procedures of the high-pressure investigation, and the rising tensions between scientists who have been forced to work in claustrophobic conditions. It's all very fascinating if you're interested in scientific method and technological advances but it's more effective as a thriller in which tension is derived not only from the deadly threat of the virus, but from the escalating fear and anxiety among the small group of people who've been assigned to save the human race. The basic premise is still captivating; it's easy to see how this became the foundation of Crichton's science-thriller empire.
  • The Strain Trilogy Author and acclaimed filmmaker Guillermo Del Toro Talks About Vampires, the inspiration for his forthcoming Strain Trilogy. For more, head to
  • Digital Scale Strain Gauge Weight Sensor We took a $20 digital scale from Target and hooked it up to an amplifier and a microcontroller. This video outlines taking apart the scale, wiring it to the amplifier, and the code, as well as an overview of the concepts behind strain gauges and Wheatstone bridges. There's a demo of two live scale apps written in Python near the end of the video. For the source code or more information about our microcontroller kits, go to