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Sigur Rs - Ekki mkk

A compelling story about love, life and nature.

Sigur Rs 'Valtari' Mystery Film Experiment: Ekki mkk by Nick Abrahams


Laugh Factory: Ron Funches: Cinnamon Angel (Stand up Comedy)

Ron Funches allows us to peer into his world. Which involved him peering out his window.

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Benjamin Netanyahu and his Cartoon Bomb

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, and trying to disregard the minds and the level of attendees and participants in the General Assembly No. 67 of the United Nations 2012, where he found only draw animated bomb to try to explain to the world the alleged Iranian threat.


The Piano Tuner

Adrien is a young pianist miracle who works as piano tuner. He adopts a blind person's mask to see into the intimate lives of his customers.

Short film by 24 25 FILMS


Penn and Teller Bullshit!: Area 51

NSFW: language

First aired Thursday July 15, 2010. RT 27:36.

Is the government hiding alien spaceships? Follow a team of UFO hunters on an overnight expedition in search of mysterious aircraft flying above a secret military facility known as Area 51.


How a Laser Works

Bill shows how the three key characteristics of laser light - single wavelength, narrow beam, and high intensity - are made. He explains the operation of a ruby laser - the first laser ever made - showing how electronic transitions create stimulated emission to give coherent light, and then how the ends of the ruby cavity create a narrow wavelength highly collimated beam. You can learn more about laser in the EngineerGuy team's new book Eight Amazing Engineering Stories http://www.engineerguy.com/elements


The Life & Times of Naked Mole-Rats

UIC biologists believe the subterranean lifestyle of the blind, buck-toothed, finger-sized naked mole-rat may yield clues to keeping brain cells alive after heart attack or stroke. Read more in UIC News: http://bitly.com/JQ0ofq