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Our Geodesic Dome Connector - How it Works!

- This video is about the design and fabrication of the Zip Tie Dome Geodesic Dome Connector / Geodesic Dome Hub. This Geodesic Dome Connector is very easy to use and allows the construction of a Geodesic Dome without the use of tools and in a minimal amount of time. The video describes the patented locking collar that surrounds the Geodesic Dome Hub, and how this outer collar controls the axial angles of the struts to create a much stronger geodesic dome than other types of Geodesic Dome Connectors. The video also describes how this is the only geodesic dome connector that can handle struts made out of non-standard size struts, such as metal rebar for concrete domes, or geodesic dome struts made from wooden dowels. This geodesic domes connector also works for building domes made from bamboo and other non-standard size struts.

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Why Texans Call This The Best BBQ Spot In Dallas | Legendary Eats

Ranked best barbecue by D Magazine in 2018, the meat cutters at Cattleack serve beef ribs, brisket, and pork ribs to lines of people waiting to eat at the backyard-themed restaurant. What started off as a hobby for owners Todd and Misty David, Cattleack BBQ has now become a popular lunch spot able to seat hundreds of people.

Despite its popularity, it remains open for lunch only twice a week on Thursdays, Fridays, and the first Saturday of each month. We visited the popular BBQ joint to check out the seven smokers on their property, try our hand at slicing brisket, and serve customers alongside the owners.

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Why learn Dutch? ...if everybody speaks English in the Netherlands!

Why learn Dutch? What are the reasons to learn Dutch?
Deal with the Dutch in English or in their own language?

We asked the question to Dutch learners from different countries.

If everybody speaks English in the Netherlands (and Belgium), why would you learn Dutch then?

These Dutch language students (mainly expats in the Netherlands) answer that question... the reasons to learn Dutch (at least for them).

Reasons these students mention:
- the desire to integrate
- the uncomfortable feeling when you're in a group with Dutch people and everybody speaks Dutch (and you can't understand anything)
- the fear of speaking

What do you think?

Are there more reasons to learn Dutch, or perhaps NOT to learn Dutch?

Video made by Bart de Pau and Nicolas Balbontin and the students of the BLC Dutch Winter School.

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The Green North of Iran - Things to do in Alamut, Masuleh & Ramsar (Inside Iran, Episode 05)

One year after my big Iran trip I came back to explore the things to do in the north of Iran and saw a completely different side of the country!
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After arriving in Tehran I went straight to one sight I haven’t shown you in my episode from Tehran yet…but it totally belongs on your list: the Tabiat bridge.

My road trip through the north of Iran started on the next day with the goal to introduce you to as many things to do in the north of Iran as possible. For this I was fortunate enough to go with local friends of mine as we needed to drive quite a lot to get to all the places in just one week.

This part of the trip was executed within 1 week - following I list all the places I visited & Things to do in the north of Iran:
- Alamut Castle & Alamut Valley
- Rasht
- Masuleh (Gilan province)
- Ramsar & Caspian Sea
- Bam e Sabz
- Tabiat bridge in Tehran

This video is part of „Inside Iran“ - a documentary series introducing you to popular and unknown sights / things to do in Iran as well as the Persian cuisine and the super friendly locals we met on our trip from Tehran to Isfahan, Shiraz, Yazd and now also the north of Iran. With this series I want to create a better understanding of the country and it’s people without focussing on politics or religion.

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North Korean Motorcycle Diaries

For the past decade, New Zealanders Joanne and Gareth Morgan have been living the semiretired lifestyle of their dreams, traveling around the world on motorcycles alongside a few of their closest friends. They've traversed all seven continents on their bikes, with routes as varied as Venice to Beijing, Florida to northern Alaska, and South Africa to London, just to name a few. Gareth funds his own trips, many of which he uses to pursue philanthropic endeavors, particularly in the social-investment space. He is able to do so with money he's made as an economist and investment manager—one who has earned the reputation for criticizing unethical practices in New Zealand's financial-services industry.

In late August, the Morgans embarked on their most ambitious journey yet, at least physically. The real journey began years ago, when they decided they wanted to ride the Baekdudaegan, a mountain range that stretches the length of North and South Korea's shared peninsula. After countless hours of negotiation and coordination with both governments, they were granted permission. It was, the Morgans believe, the first time anyone's ever traveled through both countries like that since the partitioning of Korea in 1945. By making the trip they hoped to demonstrate how Koreans can come together over what they have in common. To symbolize this, the Morgans took some stones from Paektu, a holy mountain in the North, and brought them to Hallasan, a similarly sacred peak in the South.

Joanne and Gareth shot the entirety of their trip, the footage from which they have graciously allowed us to cut into a short film that will premiere on this month. In some ways, the footage makes the Korean coast look alternately like California, China, and Cuba. It's a beautiful view few foreigners have seen, and even if planning the road trip straight through the Demilitarized Zone required working within parameters set by the highly choreographed and restricted confines of North-South Korean diplomacy, this was a journey worth documenting from start to finish.

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Film vs Digital: Can You Tell the Difference?

Everyone is trying to achieve the film look. But can you get by with using a digital camera?

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Best Brother Wedding Speech Kills Crowd (hilarious ending!)

Aaron delivers a funny wedding speech for his brother. Get his tips at now. Whether you are the best man, the maid of honor, a groomsmen, a bridesmaid, a family member, or just a friend and want to know how to write a wedding speech, this video will give you ideas. Tip: to make your toast memorable, include a lot of wedding jokes.

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Top 10 Fastest Rides & Roller Coasters in Orlando - Disney, Universal & SeaWorld

Top 10 Fastest Rides - The thrill rides! Orlando is known as the theme park capital of the world and with Walt Disney World, Universal Studios, Sea World and other smaller amusement attractions, there's plenty of thrill rides and roller coasters. Orlando has quite a few fast rides so while we take a look at some Disney rides, Universal Studios rides, Sea World Rides and Fun Spot America we're gonna count down the fastest thrill ride in Orlando. DON'T FORGET TO LIKE AND SUBSCRIBE!*** ► ◄


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School system in The Netherlands

The video explains the Dutch education system, from primary education to higher education and research.

32 Places You Need To Eat At In London | The Ultimate List

We've compiled a list of 32 places you should eat at in London. From breakfast spots to delicious dining, and sweet treats to street food, our compilation has got you covered. Watch the video above for some foodie inspiration in the UK's capital.

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Latin America: The Real Truth About Living In The DOMINICAN REPUBLIC

This video is the real truth about day to day life in beautiful country of the Dominican Republic.

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Experience the Blue Angels in 360-degree video

Climb aboard Blue Angel 4 in the slot position. Situated at the back corner of the Angels' signature diamond formation, you'll see the F/A-18 Hornets flying inches from each other as they execute breathtaking maneuvers. (
Blue Angels pilots are renowned for their flying skills and physical fitness. Their bodies endure as many as 8 g's during the demonstration. It's very hard forces on your body, Frosch said.

USA TODAY caught up with the Blue Angels at the Great Georgia Airshow in late-October. The Blue Angels agreed to mount one of USA TODAY's specialized camera rigs, designed to capture video in 360 degrees, inside the cockpit of one of their jets. The Blue Angels released the video exclusively to USA TODAY after it was reviewed by the pilots and team.

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Rose - Queen of Flowers - The Secrets of Nature

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Throughout the world, roses speak an unmistakeable language. They have touched and seduced mankind for thousands of years, while their names and varieties reflect contemporary history. One of the most famous varieties - the Gloria Dei or Peace Rose - has elevated the rose to a symbol of world-peace. Being the most successful garden rose of all time this documentary retraces a large portion of the history of rose cultivation in Europe by its means. All of these manmade varieties also have wild rose ancestors - life giving, thorny monsters, which charm us once a year with their luxuriant flowers and perfect beauties. The film presents the biological features of roses and explains why they are capable of producing such an abundance of varieties. How are humans and animals affected by the composition of the scent of roses? Why do some white garden roses develop red spots when it rains? And why do red spiders fall in love with the bikini rose? Besides these interesting facts the environmental significance of roses are also explored, both at home in our gardens and for animals in the wild.

Samarkand | Travel to Uzbekistan's Silk Road Treasure

Join Alex and Marko the Vagabrothers as they visit Samarkand, the jewel of the Silk Road and Uzbekistan's cultural treasure.



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We’re Alex and Marko the Vagabrothers, we are brothers and vagabonds from San Diego, California but now live in Venice Beach in Los Angeles. We’ve traveled all over Europe by train, bicycle and road trips, we’ve backpacked through South America and South East Asia and explored the wilderness of Africa. From Machu Picchu Peru to Cape Town, Ireland, The Basque Country in Spain to South Korea and all the way back to Thailand or Helsinki, Finland - we’ve haven’t been everywhere, but it’s on our list.

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How to Shoot 35mm Film (Story 1)

Film Camera: Canon A1 with a 50mm f/1.4 Canon lens -- FujiColor Superia 200
Video Camera: Canon 5D3 with a 35mm Summicron F2 (1970) Leica lens

This is our first STORY in our new Snippet/Story style and we are so very excited to share it with you.

This week we tried to weave the beautiful experience of film photography with a bit of a how-to-video with the hopes of inspiring you to get out and capture your environment.

The entire experience of shooting film from choosing your film stock, to manually loading the film, to the sexy sound of winding the film after each photo, well it all just begs you to slow down, to focus on the moment at hand, and take it all in and then... the most important part... to stay present. No checking how the photo turned out, no re-taking the selfie, not even the need to see how many likes it got. Nope, a film camera gives you the luxury of hoping that you captured the moment and letting that be enough.

And while I can go on and on about the lessons that film has already taught me - and this was just my first roll ! - the main thing that making this story taught me is how lucky I am to have a partner as patient and thoughtful as Lou! His work ethic is unlike anyone I have ever met and the passion he pours into creating these beautiful moments each week never ceases to amaze me.

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Feeding Sharks. Beqa Lagoon, Fiji. Underwater 360 video in 12K

Don't forget that this is 360 video: you can change the angle of view. Beqa Lagoon was created by a huge barrier reef and probably once was a volcano's crater. Several species of sharks, such as tiger sharks, bull sharks, silvertip sharks, grey reef sharks, whitetip reef sharks and nurse sharks have settled here making it the place with probably the richest diversity and quantity of sharks in the world...

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Also here is the answer for a frequently asked question about true resolution of an 8K 360° video. Unlike standard videos, in a 360° video you can see only a part of original image (approximately 30 degrees out of 360). As result, the real resolution of the part you can see isn't bigger than 1.3K.

YouTube does not support 12K 360 video yet, so the video was down-sampled from 12K to 8K. But still you need an extraordinary computer power for watching 8K 360° videos.

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Brussels City Tour - Must watch before visiting Brussels l Belgium l Top Attractions

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Brussels is the capital city of Belgium. Brussels is very popular as a tourist destination of Europe. There are many beautiful places to see in Brussels city, like Grand Place, Atomium, Botanique, Mini Europe, Museums, etc. I tried to cover all of those in this video just for people like you to have a virtual tour of Brussels. Hope you enjoy the video. Would love to know your thoughts about this video. Please tell me in the comments box below. Please Like the video & Subscribe my channel If you love watching my videos. You can Share the videos anywhere you want. Be happy & keep travelling. Enjoy.

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