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a chance encounter with a troop of wild mountain gorillas
re-localizing the global food supply.
For inner cities, car-sharing plans or as shuttle vehicles...
intimate images of Afghanistan -- of home life, of ritual, of men and women.
Dr. Don M. Huber, one of the senior scientists in the U.S about the area of science that relates to genetically modified organisms.
TED Video. Made of a mix of proteins, spider silks come in thousands of variations; there are over 40,000 species of spiders, with many spiders capable of producing half a dozen types.
this coming together and breaking apart process has been ongoing for millions of years.
Inspiring! When the residents of Saranac Lake, NY were faced with having a Super Wal-Mart put in, some 600 residents came together to open their own department store.
presentation on the life-changing gift of living in "Gratitude"
Windowfarms - vertical hydroponic platforms for growing food in city windows
These beagles have lived their entire lives inside a research laboratory.
Atlanta Kids Recycle Day organized by Live Thrive and the Little Green Path Foundation.
The Beauty Of A Second short film contest.
As brine from the sea ice sinks, a 'brinicle' forms threatening life on the sea floor with a frosty fate.
this octopus crawled on land for a full two minutes
What's six miles wide and can end civilization in an instant? An asteroid.
photographing enormous right whales off the coast of New Zealand.
The 2012 Farm Bill could be rewritten as early as November 23.
Alexander Tsiaras shares a powerful medical visualization, showing human development from conception to birth and beyond.
Fly Over the Earth with NASA
Maui’s Dolphin will be the first marine cetacean in the world to become extinct directly due to human impact-unless you help! Recent research has identified the population of Maui’s Dolphins to be within the range of 55 to 79, with the next category for these dolphins being extinction. Please join a global initiative supported by Dr. Barbara Maas of NABU International asking that the New Zealand government ban gill nets in the habitat of Maui’s and Hector’s Dolphin. The New Zealand government is currently accepting public submissions until April 11th.
Sign the Petition: www.change.org/petitions/maui-s-dolphin-submission
Filmed & edited by William Trubridge, www.hectorsdolphins.com
Music: "Ta Moko" sung by Whirimako Black from "1 Giant Leap"
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