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  • Exploding of Planet Earth
    By: Leonardo
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    According to Newton's theory of gravity claims that if the sun were suddenly to explode, the earth - some 93 million miles away - would instantaneously suffer a departure from its usual elliptical orbit. It would take light from the explosion of the sun eight minutes to travel to the earth. Dan and Gav recorder this film at 2500 frames per second which is 100 times faster than our eyes. For this film they have used a Phantom Flex camera.
  • How to Get Around - Jamaica
    By: ARVC
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    If you're not planning to spend all your time on the grounds of a resort during your stay in Jamaica, you'll need a way to get around. Fortunately, you have a few options.
  • Best Time to Visit  Jamaica
    By: ARVC
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    It's hard to find a truly bad time to go to Jamaica. One of the island's biggest attractions is the beautiful beach weather that lasts year round.
  • Museums to Visit - Jamaica
    By: ARVC
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    There's a lot more to Jamaica than it's notable beaches. Where better to get acquainted with the island's culture than at one of Jamaica's many museums?
  • Places to Visit - Jamaica
    By: ARVC
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    Jamaica is the perfect place to relax, and there are a lot of ways to do it. If you only do one thing in Jamaica, spend some time on a beach--there are plenty to choose from.
  • Cities to Visit - Jamaica
    By: ARVC
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    Jamaica is small enough that you can visit a lot of it in a pretty short amount of time, and there's enough variety in its cities to make traveling worth it. Kingston, Jamaica's capital and largest city, is the island's most bustling, urban area. Check out the museums, clubs, and bars. And if the city gets to be too much, there's easy access to the Blue Mountains a beautiful nature spot!
  • Visiting the North Shore in Vancouver
    By: jacksmith
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    Vancouver is a great city for nature lovers, from the abundance of parks to the use of local ingredients in restaurants. And one of the best places to commune with nature is the North Shore, where you'll find mountains and forests only a short distance from downtown Vancouver.
  • Visiting Stanley Park in Vancouver
    By: jacksmith
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    ust a few blocks away from the bustle of downtown Vancouver is Stanley Park--a thousand acres of greenery almost completely surrounded by the Pacific Ocean. Stanley Park is essential to Vancouver, and it would be a mistake not to visit.
  • Visiting Granville Island in Vancouver
    By: jacksmith
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    Granville Island is actually a peninsula, not an island, but it feels like a world apart from Vancouver. It's not what you'd call quiet, but the atmosphere is different from the rest of the city, with artists and craftspeople thriving in this unique enclave.
  • Places to Eat & Drink in Vancouver
    By: jacksmith
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    Vancouver is a foodie's dream city, with tons of restaurants covering a variety of cuisines prepared by skilled chefs. For the best in regional haute cuisine, go to West, where local ingredients are used in new interpretations of classic dishes... .
  • How to Get Around in Vancouver
    By: jacksmith
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    Compared to many other cities, Vancouver isn't too difficult to drive in, but a car really isn't necessary anyway. Many locals rely on the public transportation, which is cheap, dependable, and covers just about anywhere in the city you'd want to go. It's easy to use, so there's no reason you can't rely on it too.
  • Best Time to Visit Vancouver
    By: jacksmith
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    Vancouver is a rainy city, especially in the winter, but overall it has some of the nicest weather in Canada. In the winter, it rarely freezes, there's little snow, and the hotel rates are at their lowest, so it's a great time to visit if you enjoy winter sports. But if you also want to see the city itself, winter really isn't the best time, because there won't be much sunlight.
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