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18 Siblings Who Need To Be Stopped
Mom, Billy put stickers on my eyes again. www.buzzfeed.com
Added: 1st August 2014
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The Ultimate Animals Playing on Slides Compilation [NEW]
Check out the best videos of animals playing and having fun on slides. Cats, dogs, ducks, goats, turtles, all in one place. It's so much fun! Enjoy!

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700 Cars hidden on a Ranch in Colorado | Barn Find Hunter - Ep. 8
Tom’s in Colorado, where he meets a man with an all-consuming affliction involving a specific marque, and then explores a property with classics hidden in every nook and cranny.

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Massive Solar Flare gets HD Close Up
Take a closer look at the flare that erupted on March 6, 2012. This movie of the March 6, 2012 X5.4 flare was captured by the Solar Dynamics Observatory (SDO) in the 171 and 131 Angstrom wavelength. One of the most dramatic features is the way the entire surface of the sun seems to ripple with the force of the eruption. This movement comes from something called EIT waves -- because they were first discovered with the Extreme ultraviolet Imaging Telescope (EIT) on the Solar Heliospheric Observatory. Since SDO captures images every 12 seconds, it has been able to map the full evolution of these waves and confirm that they can travel across the full breadth of the sun. The waves move at over a million miles per hour, zipping from one side of the sun to the other in about an hour. The movie shows two distinct waves. The first seems to spread in all directions; the second is narrower, moving toward the southeast. Such waves are associated with, and perhaps trigger, fast coronal mass ejections, so it is likely that each one is connected to one of the two CMEs that erupted on March 6.
Added: 19th March 2012
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Extreme Jobs - High Voltage Power Line Inspection
In electrical engineering, live-line working is the maintenance of electrical equipment, often operating at high voltage, while the equipment is energized. A lineman wearing a Faraday suit can work on live, high-power lines by being transported to the lines in a helicopter. Wearing the suit, they can crawl down the wires. THEY is the key word here.

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