AVATAR 2: The Way of Water (trailer) 20th Century Studios has just unveiled the first trailer for the American science fiction film "Avatar: The Way of the Water", directed by James Cameron and whose theatrical release is scheduled for December 14, 2022. takes place about ten years after the events told in the first feature film. Jake Sully and Neytiri have become parents. Their idyllic life, close to nature, is threatened when the Resources Development Administration, a dangerous non-governmental organization, returns to Pandora. Forced to leave their natural habitat, Jake and his family travel to the reefs, where they believe they will find asylum. But they come across a clan, the Metkayina, with customs different from theirs...
80 vintage cars were found in an abandoned barn In total, the barn housed more or less 81 vehicles dating from the 50s to 80s. Of all these cars, some were American, such as a Lincoln Continental, a Cadillac Eldorado, and a Chrysler Imperial. Others were European like a Porsche or a Jaguar. But the biggest nugget was probably the Lamborghini Miura P400 with less than 80,000 kilometers on the odometer, estimated between 400,000 and 600,000 euros. In this barn, there was also an e-type series 1 jaguar, a Porsche 356 Pre-A and a Corvette C3 or a van Citroen dating from 1930.
Too much bass August 26, 2018 / Lincoln City, Oregon, USA This video is of Brandon getting a demo in Jeremy's van at Surf City 2018. Both friends of mine. Jeremy's van is one of the loudest vehicles on the west coast. Only about 6 seconds and he jumped out.
Mission 9: Safe Escape In Any Phase Of Flight New Shepard flew for the ninth time on July 18, 2018. During this mission, known as Mission 9 (M9), the escape motor was fired shortly after booster separation. The Crew Capsule was pushed hard by the escape test and we stressed the rocket to test that astronauts can get away from an anomaly at any time during flight. The mission was a success for both the booster and capsule. Most importantly, astronauts would have had an exhilarating ride and safe landing. This isn’t the first time we’ve done this type of extreme testing on New Shepard. In October of 2012, we simulated a booster failure on the launch pad and had a successful escape. Then in October of 2016, we simulated a booster failure in-flight at Max Q, which is the most physically strenuous point in the flight for the rocket, and had a completely successful escape of the capsule. This test on M9 allowed us to finally characterize escape motor performance in the near-vacuum of space and guarantee that we can safely return our astronauts in any phase of flight. Also on M9, New Shepard carried science and research payloads from commercial companies, universities and space agencies. Learn more about the payloads on board here:
Why Athens is the most influential city to ever exist From the Acropolis to the agora, Athens, Greece is where Western civilization started. It's also the perfect place to begin your European tour. Worldview w/ Captain Kurt takes a historical look at the beauty of Athens and its influence on the Renaissance, architecture, democracy, philosophy, science, and art.
Giant sinkhole opens in New Zealand revealing 60,000-year-old volcanic deposit A giant sinkhole that opened up on a farm in New Zealand's Bay of Plenty on Monday (April 30) has revealed a 60,000-year-old volcanic deposit. Running along a fault line, the sinkhole opened after heavy rainfall in the area, the length is around 200 metres (656 feet) with a width of 20 to 30 metres (65-98 feet). While sinkholes are common in the area, the size of this sinkhole has excited the science community with volcanologist Bradley Scott calling it "pretty spectacular."
2 year old drummer boy! When 18 month old Matt Karaberidis of Port Lincoln in South Australia began drumming on everything in sight with any sticks he could find, his parents Con & Annie decided to buy him a drum kit to harness his toddler energy. Now self taught at 2 he's on the drums every day displaying his amazing gift!
The world’s ugliest music | Scott Rickard | TEDxMIA Scott Rickard has degrees in Mathematics, Computer Science, and Electrical Engineering from M.I.T. and MA and PhD degrees in Applied and Computational Mathematics from Princeton University. At University College Dublin, he founded the Complex & Adaptive Systems Laboratory, where biologists, geologists, mathematicians, computer scientists, social scientists and economists work on problems which matter to people. He is passionate about mathematics, music and educating the next generation of scientists and mathematicians.
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