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Ron Wyatt was an anesthesiologist who self-financed his archeological explorations (not “love of money” driven!) in which he found Noah’s ark, the Red Sea crossing, Mt. Sinai, Sodom and Gomorra and the ark of the covenant.
I’ve known about these discoveries for 30 years, and am baffled that three decades later, most Christians still don’t know of these findings.
Why don’t people care enough to share these videos with everyone??
Related: (video) Findings Confirming the Bible – Greatest Biblical Archaeology Discoveries of All Time: Red Sea Crossing • Noah’s Ark • Mt. Sinai • Gomorrah • Ark of the Covenant — Ron Wyatt made no money from his adventures
In comments, flat earthers again try to claim that a fisheye lens was used to cause the curvature, but none were fish-eye lenses.
My Comment — how we know for sure it’s NOT A FISHEYE: At 20:24, the earth’s surface is near the middle of the lens, where fisheye lenses do NOT bend lines. All of the aircraft’s lines are straight, including the lower-right corner, where a fisheye lens would have radically bent them. Also, the earth’s horizon’s curvature is the same no matter where its placed in the frame. There are many different placements of the horizon in this video.
2:50 The plane flew above above 70,000 feet.
16:00 What it was like when Blair saw the curvature of the Earth.
Video should start at 20:24
I watch a lot of photography videos, which I rarely mention or post, but this one is exceptional in its grandeur — really is epic!
Mads and Sophie are from Denmark.
I Have Dreamed Of Photographing These New Iceland Locations for Years!
Canon is now using rectangular plastic elements in their mirrorless cameras. Glass has always had the greatest light transmission.
Amazing technology and video, but so sad to see them stuck in the 3:2 aspect ratio, regular sized sensor. I’m moving on to medium format Fuji, where more of the image circle of Canon’s great EF lenses can be used in any aspect ratio.
They should have developed a full frame, oversized, multi-aspect ratio sensor, or at least Panasonic should have. This is sad to see.
Be advised: Watching Gator cook on the set of Yellowstone WILL make you hungry. In this behind-the-scenes look…, Gabriel “Gator” Guilbeau discusses his delicious role on the show.
Good, except for the rebellion.
I love this show — hard hitting reality of what it was like — though, with new age embellishments from Taylor Sheridan!
Nick Carver shines here — and only 17 minutes!
Nick Carver taking this ‘Desert Train Hopper’ shot: Photography On Location: Desert Trains
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I’m telling the truth, friends…TWO PRINTS. And you know what’s even better? One of them is a pigment print on Hahnemühle photo rag paper while the other is a c-type print on Fuji Crystal Archive Pearl Paper. So we’re going to look at how these bad boys compare. Two different printing technologies, two different papers, one 6×17 negative on Kodak Portra 160 film. Let’s dive into it.
Stunning! God’s universe — our tiny part: 200 billion stars in our own Milky Way galaxy (our sun is an average sized star)!
Imagine: there are at least 200 billion galaxies, averaging 100 billion stars each. We’re still finding more as our orbiting telescopes get more powerful!
“It all happened by chance from nothing, by no Designer?” Yeah, sure. God’s universe is AMAZING!!!
The Wairarapa on the North Island of New Zealand, is set to become the largest dark sky reserve in the world. I’ve been photographing the night sky in the Wairarapa for over a decade now, and this is a collection of my favorite moments under those starry skies.
Hard not to cry during some of this. Karen’s pristinely pure voice, the harmonies, and dying so young.
Would people even be interested in music like this today? There was wholesomeness back then: white instead of dark.
Amazing history here: What Is The Carpenters Greatest Song?
I missed seeing ‘Cheyenne’ as a child, since I was a bit too young, but have watched many episodes recently. Many inspire virtue; are pure gold, with a few being let downs. It was a different day back then on television.
“Cheyenne is an American Western television series of 108 black-and-white episodes broadcast on ABC from 1955 to 1962. The show was the first hour-long Western, and was the first hour-long dramatic series of any kind, with continuing characters, to last more than one season.”
Paul’s longtime dream is coming true!
Construction begins on our new 49-foot aluminum sailboat – starting with the very first welds, which Paul is given the honour of doing!! We explain how MIG welding works and show the process of assembling and welding frames and bulkheads for our Orion 49 sailboat through the use of regular and time-lapse video, animations and interviews at the factory in Makkum in the Netherlands.
AMAZING! This drone racer’s reflexes and 3D memory are lightning quick and sharp!
Best part is the close-up of him riding the coaster at 11:20!
Amazing song critiqued and appreciated! Includes some thoughts by Seal over the phone.
I was wondering how Rick got the isolated tracks. Here he says Seal got him the stems for the song.
AMAZING, honest and detailed description of what the race was like, and how difficult! Most mushers are not this open. Even cries! I’ve never heard such an incredible interview before.
His dogs live with him in the cabin (37:30)! “They’re all friends.” Wonderfully unconventional, the way it should be! Susan Butcher used to allow one or more dogs in the cabin, in rotation.
“I enjoy the struggle, alone at the homestead with the dogs. … It’s survival and dogs.” “You have to want to work pretty much all the time.”
“Focus forward. … Positive attitude is key. … If I get upset every time something breaks, I would be in trouble.”
Works on Facebook and MP3 audio too. Saves a lot of time!
It’s made to work in Google’s intrusive Chrome browser, but since Brave is based on Chrome, it can be used in Brave. While in Brave’s preferences, click on Extensions > Get more extensions/Open Web Store
Using OVC – One Video Control you are able to control all videos you are watching while browsing, both with a GUI and with Zen keyboard shortcuts.
Pop the video out of the browser, speed up, slow down, reset speed (x1), toggle super speed (x16), increase / decrease volume, toggle mute, skip forward and backward (both short and long skips), and toggle repeat.
it works on all major sites – Facebook, Youtube, Instagram, Twitter, Whatsapp web, and many (many!) more.
you can finally control videos on Facebook and Twitter without clicking them.
You can finally change the speed of videos you get on Whatsapp,
I mean, everybody loves watching puppies videos, but it consumes a lot of time 🙂
With OVC it can take half the time, and even less!
Just scroll with the mouse over the speed area (or use the keyboard shortcut) and change it up to x16 times faster than normal.
Watching a tutorial, you can finally have the video in sight while implementing what the instructor says!
Just pop the video out of the browser (as simple as clicking a button or using the keyboard shortcut) and place it in a convenient place, on top of you working area maybe?
This extension is here to save you time and change the way you interact with videos in the browser.
This is what it sounds like to skip rocks across a thin layer of ice, just after freeze up in Alaska. And hey, bonus if you get to do it underneath the Northern Lights.
I wrote this about Pete:
“Rethinking Matthew 24: “..then the end will come” — after the Pete Townshends “know?” — Millions, if not billions of people, right now, are not compelled to become Christians because of the bitter taste that professing Christians are leaving in their stomachs. People have a right to see the real thing!
I followed this Kenai, Alaska webcam all summer, from before the eggs were hatched to this and beyond. Fascinating experience.
Congratulations to Denali on her accidental then intentional fledge at 80 days/11.42 weeks of age. This footage captures Denali’s early morning branching, wingercising leading up to her fall or accidental fledge at 643 am and her intentional fledge at 1012 am. This footage is recorded in actual time and again in slow motion. Please note there is no sound at this nest; the sounds you hear are recorded from the NCTC Bald Eagle nest.
This has been a wonderful day for Denali, Mom Aurora and the Kenai family; a terrific outcome despite the sad losses and challenges that Aurora and Denali faced thorough out this season. Wishing Denali safe travels, fair weather and food aplenty in her journey to independence. Safe travels lil one … i hope Denali will bless us with frequent visits over the next few weeks before she leaves to start her adventures away from the comfort of Mom and her familiar homeland.
One of my favorite “Motion” episodes, featuring father-daughter guest hikers, Kevin and Sara Durbin with host Greg Aiello, who are also in an episode of Jeff Aiello’s newer series, “Outside: Beyond the Lens,” “East Side Colors” episode, that airs on PBS. Jeff filmed the “Motion” series. I watched “Motion” on the “Outside TV” channel.
Kevin and Sara demonstrate in both shows they have such an appreciative attitude that is so rare these days.
Glacier National Park is one of my favorite places on earth, having visited and hiked there three early periods in my life: grade school, high school and college.
Greg explores Glacier National Park in Montana with a father and daughter from California new to backpacking. The Motion crew leads a tough hike to the historic Sperry Chalet in the remote back country of the park.
Posted by Motion on Þriðjudagur, 13. september 2011