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  • Lars Andersen: a new level of archery
    By: Michael_J
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    An archers with a quiver on his back is a movie icon which is widespread throughout the world. But putting arrows in a quiver on your back is not a good solution. It is bad in motion and the archer cannot see his own arrows, as he has an enemy in front of him. He must focus on his quiver, which makes him vulnerable. Past archers often had different types of arrows simultaneously in his quiver but since the quiver is on his back, he cannot see which arrow he takes. Placing the quiver in the belt solved most problems, and if the archer is horseback, the quiver could be placed on the horse in front of the rider. These methods were the most common ways to use a quiver.
  • 'Magic' Dress: Woman Steals A Plasma TV In Seconds
    By: Michael_J
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    The images captured by security cameras in an appliance store in the city of Guápiles, Costa Rica, in which a woman stealing a television appears. The woman lifted her dress and placed the device between her legs, then leave the place with the greatest tranquility of the world.
  • How Social Media Is Changing Your Brain
    By: mystery11
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    With social media sites being used by one thir of the entire world, theyve clearly have made major influence on society. But what about our bodies? * 5% to 10% of internet users are actually unable to control how much time they spent online. * Multi-tasking.: You might think that those users of social media are constantly switching between working websites, but studies have found that one comparing having one media users to others, they perform much worst task switching tests. * Phantom Vibration Syndrom
  • How To Create Your Own WordPress Theme Without Code
    By: Bradley
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    In this short video I did a how to create WordPress themes quickly with Artisteer review. I talked about it in detail. Here is some more information on how to create wordpress themes quickly with Artisteer: There is a reason why WordPress is the biggest blog hosting site in the world. But one of the biggest reasons for its success is the fact that customization is literally encouraged here. With the use of themes that can be found in just about all corners of the internet.
  • World's Longest Vertical Straw
    By: Leonardo
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    What is the longest drinking straw that you can actually drink out of? Well in this video, we put the theory to the test. We started off with a one metre long straw made out of drinking straws taped together. We moved on to two pieces of plastic tubing, each 6 metres in length with different diameters. Then we tried a 10.5 metre tube over a cliffs edge. The maximum we achieved was about 7 metres though theoretically up to 10.3 metres is possible if a perfect vacuum is created.
  • How Old Can We Get?
    By: Leonardo
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    In this video we are going to talk about time. Specifically how much time we have? What’s the oldest person that can ever be? Well the world record for the world’s longest living person belongs to Jeanne Louise Calment, a French woman who lived to be 122. Right now at this very moment of producing the video there are only 37 people alive who were born in the 1800’s. Those 37 people have lived in three different centuries. But as medical knowledge says people are living longer and longer. In fact scientists believe that based on to …
  • Waltz No. 2 - Dmitri Shostakovich
    By: Bradley
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    The Suite for Jazz Orchestra No. 2 is a suite by Dmitri Shostakovich. It was written in 1938 for the newly founded State Jazz Orchestra of Victor Knushevitsky, and was premiered on 28 November 1938 in Moscow (Moscow Radio) by the State Jazz Orchestra. The score was lost during World War II, but a piano score of the work was rediscovered in 1999 by Manashir Yakubov. Three movements of the suite were reconstructed and orchestrated by Gerard McBurney, and were premiered at a London Promenade Concert in 2000.
  • Top 10 Places You Aren't Allowed To Visit
    By: pooya_f
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    10. RAF Menwith Hill in UK: The UK airforce base is the world's largest electronic monitoring site. If a pilot is hatched or a missile is launched, they'll hear about it here first. 9. Club 33, Disneyland in California, US: An exclusive members' club for VIPs in the heart of Disneyland (New Orleans Square). Has a decades long waiting list to join. 8. Bohemian Grove in California: Looks like an innocent campsite from the outside, but to get inside you have to be one of the world's most powerful people...
  • 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.
  • Neighborhoods to Visit in Vancouver
    By: jacksmith
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    Vancouver is considered one of the world's best cities to live in, and exploring the different neighborhoods makes it easy to see why. Start in downtown, where you'll find the Vancouver Art Gallery and the Bill Reid museum, as well as the best high-end shopping in the city... .
  • World's 10 Most Mysterious Pictures Ever Taken
    By: ARVC
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    collection of world's strangest and mysterious pictures ever taken.
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