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31 December, 196931 December, 1969 2 comments HD Video HD Video

KONY 2012 is a film and campaign by Invisible Children that aims to make Joseph Kony famous, not to celebrate him, but to raise support for his arrest and set a precedent for international justice.

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31 December, 196931 December, 1969 2 comments Uncategorized Uncategorized

Hi guys! I've been in Korea ever since the day we got out from school. My family and I visited different schools, looked and rode at a barn, (Hey Riley, I rode on a horse a little bigger than Topsider! Also tell Pinto I said hi, if he is still there. Laughing)and I have been doing extra school work. But it's not as fun as you teachers make it.

Maybe early July I can come see you!

Bye for now! Just set up a blog so I can comunicate!


P.S. I am starting to learn Korean with my dad. I am so good already! It is really fun so far. I have also gone to a hwegian chobab place, that is were all the sushi goes around on a convaer belt. But I am still yet to go on the underground subway. I will tell you how that goes in my next blog.

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31 December, 196931 December, 1969 2 comments HD Video HD Video

Salman Khan: Let's use video to reinvent education

Original HD Video on TED

About this talk

Salman Khan talks about how and why he created the remarkable Khan Academy, a carefully structured series of educational videos offering complete curricula in math and, now, other subjects. He shows the power of interactive exercises, and calls for teachers to consider flipping the traditional classroom script -- give students video lectures to watch at home, and do "homework" in the classroom with the teacher available to help.

About Salman Khan

In 2004, Salman Khan, a hedge fund analyst, began posting math tutorials on YouTube. Six years later, he has posted more than 2.000 tutorials, which are viewed nearly 100,000 times around the world… Full bio and more links

Browse our library of over 2,100 educational videos...

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31 December, 196931 December, 1969 1 comments TED TED

TedTalk by George Dyson tells the amazing story of Project Orion, a massive, nuclear-powered spacecraft that could have taken us to Saturn in five years. With a priceless insider's perspective and a cache of documents, photos and film, Dyson brings this dusty Atomic Age dream to vivid life.

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31 December, 196931 December, 1969 1 comments HD Video HD Video

Where Do 53% of Our Tax Dollars Go?

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31 December, 196931 December, 1969 1 comments HD Video HD Video

President Barack Obama says the Easter story of Christ's agony and resurrection has helped him get through the tough moments of an embattled presidency. The president got 'Amens' from religious leaders at a White House prayer breakfast. (April 4)

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31 December, 196931 December, 1969 1 comments HD Video HD Video

Our second rescue from beagles who have lived their entire lives inside a research laboratory.

These beagles have known nothing except the confines of metal cages. They have known no soft human touch, no warm bed, no companionship, no love. They have never been outside or sniffed a tree or grass. Finally, after years of being poked and prodded, these beagles are FREE! ARME got the call that a facility was willing to release them to us after they had been used in several tests. We picked them up on June 8th and now they are all in loving foster homes, and one has already been adopted. If you are interested in adopting any of these special beagles, please email us at: If you cannot adopt, but would like to help, ARME is a non-profit organization and we rely on your donations to continue this work. Please consider making a tax-deductible donation. You can donate here: PLEASE DO NOT BUY PRODUCTS TESTED ON ANIMALS! You can see their faces now..... buy only products that have the cruelty-free symbol.

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31 December, 196931 December, 1969 1 comments Uncategorized Uncategorized

No other character has inspired as many movies as Jesus Christ has. Some are excellent (Ben Hur), some are mediocre (Nativity Story), some are terrible (The Greatest Story Ever Told), and some are just silly (Ultrachrist!).

We have compiled a list of 30 of some of the more notable titles in the Jesus movie genre.


Life and Passion of Jesus Christ (1905)

This silent film tells stories of Christ not as drama, but as a uniquely visual piece of art.

From the Manger to the Cross (1912)

The first Biblical epic to be filmed in the Holy Land.


King of Kings (1927)

During the filming, director Cecil B. Demille required all of his actors to sign legal documents preventing them from engaging in “sinful activity.”

Golgotha (1935)

This is the first direct portrayal of Christ is a sound film.


The Robe (1953)

A Roman tribune, assigned by Pilate to oversee the crucifixion, wins Jesus’ robe in a game of dice. The power of the robe turns the tribune into a true believer.


Ben Hur (1959)

Stands out above the campy, awkward, Biblical-inspired epics coming out of Hollywood at the time.


King of Kings (1961)

Robert Ryan is the best John the Baptist you’ll ever see.


The Gospel According to St. Matthew (1964)

Italian filmmaker Pasolini’s film is widely considered the masterpiece of the genre among critics.


The Greatest Story Ever Told (1965)

But not the greatest film ever made. Honestly, how could you cast John Wayne in a Biblical epic?


Godspell (1973)

One of three Jesus themed musicals released in 1973, the film is set in New York city and featured Jesus in clown makeup.


Jesus Christ Superstar (1973)

Hippy Jesus musical with words and music by Tim Rice and Andrew Lloyd Webber.


The Gospel Road (1973)

Johnny Cash vehicle shot in Israel. His wife June Carter is cast as Mary Magdalene.


The Messiah (1975)

Roberto Rossellini’s subtle biopic downplays miracles and dramatic effects and emphasizes the brotherhood of men.


Jesus of Nazareth (1977)

At six and a half hours, this made-for-TV miniseries explores the Gospels in unprecedented depth. Some call this the best Jesus film.


Life of Brian (1979)

The Monty Python troupe asks the question: What if the three wise men visited the wrong manger? Hilarity ensues.


The Day Christ Died (1980)

Jim Bishop’s minute-by-minute account of the fateful day is the basis for this TV movie.


Hail Mary (1985)

This modern day parallel of the Jesus story was condemned by the Vatican. Reason enough to make this film a must-see.


The Last Temptation of Christ (1988)

Scorsese’s controversial adaptation of the novel, in which Jesus is very human and Judas is just following Christ’s orders.


Jesus of Montreal (1989)

A satire set in modern day Quebec, the film follows five actors as they put on a controversial passion play which and finds the life of the groups leader mirroring that of Jesus whom he plays in the film.


The Book of Life (1998)

In this satire, Jesus has been sent down to end the world by breaking the Seven Seals on a computer disk in a bowling alley locker room.


Mary, Mother of Jesus (1999)

Tells the Gospel story through the eyes of Jesus’ mother Mary. Christian Bale, who plays Christ, reportedly had nightmares after working on the film each day.


The Miracle Maker (2000)

This claymation feature length story of Jesus casts Ralph Fiennes in the title rol


Jesus (2000)

CBS mini-series with Gary Oldman as a Pontius Pilot.


Jesus Christ Vampire Hunter (2001)

Jesus returns for the second coming only to find the earth overrun by vampires. He teams up with a Mexican wrestler to make the world safe for judgment day. Oh, and it’s a musical!


Joshua (2002

What if Jesus returned to a small community in America? What would happen?


The Gospel of John (2003)

The screenplay is a verbatim transcript of the Good News translation of this Gospel—with no words added or subtracted.


Ultrachrist! (2003)

Jesus takes on the persona of a superhero in spandex; fights Jim Morrison, Dracula, Hitler, and Richard Nixon.


Passion of the Christ (2004)

Mel Gibson’s gore-fest is both heralded as divine revelation and hated as anti-Semitic and historically inaccurate.


Son of Man (2005)

Told as an African fable, it won Best feature at L.A. Pan African Film Festival.

Color of the Cross (2006)

Featuring a black Jesus, asks was the crucifixion racially motivated?


Nativity story (2006)

Faithful depiction of the Immaculate Conception and subsequent journey of Mary. There’s no crucifixion scene to ruin the happy ending.

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31 December, 196931 December, 1969 1 comments HD Video HD Video

As web companies strive to tailor their services (including news and search results) to our personal tastes, there's a dangerous unintended consequence: We get trapped in a "filter bubble" and don't get exposed to information that could challenge or broaden our worldview. Eli Pariser argues powerfully that this will ultimately prove to be bad for us and bad for democracy

Pioneering online organizer Eli Pariser is the author of "The Filter Bubble," about how personalized search might be narrowing our worldview.

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31 December, 196931 December, 1969 1 comments HD Video HD Video

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Using wikis and digital fabrication tools, TED Fellow Marcin Jakubowski is open-sourcing the blueprints for 50 farm machines, allowing anyone to build their own tractor or harvester from scratch. And that's only the first step in a project to write an instruction set for an entire self-sustaining village (starting cost: $10,000).

About Marcin Jakubowski

Marcin Jakubowski is open-sourcing a set of blueprints for 50 farming tools that can be built cheaply from scratch. Call it a "civilization starter kit." Full bio and more links


The Lightbulb Conspiracy: The Untold Story of Planned Obsolescence is a documentary about how our economic system based on consumerism is really breaking our planet down.

It uses investigative research and rare archive footage to trace the untold story of Planned Obsolescence, from its beginnings in the 1920s with a secret cartel, set up expressly to limit the life span of light bulbs, to present-day stories involving cutting edge electronics (such as the iPod) and the growing spirit of resistance amongst ordinary consumers.

Planned Obsolescence is the deliberate shortening of product life spans to guarantee consumer demand. As a magazine for advertisers succinctly puts it: “The article that refuses to wear out is a tragedy of business “ – and a tragedy for the modern growth society which relies on an ever-accelerating cycle of production, consumption and throwing away.

Pyramids of Waste (2010) from devoidion on Vimeo.

31 December, 196931 December, 1969 1 comments HD Video HD Video

Embark upon this incredible journey as Riddles interviews experts on both sides of a heated debate. Watch as Freemason apologists defend some of the most direct and hard-hitting questions concerning the influence of Masonry in America, and its symbolism in Washington D.C. Alongside them are leading researchers who maintain that occult architecture permeates the city, and conceals a secret agenda.

Was D.C. laid out according to the pattern of the stars? Is there really a pentagram in the street layout north of the White House? Does a Masonic square and compass extend from the Capitol building to the Washington Monument? And why is the city filled with zodiac symbols, mysterious faces, and various god and goddess images? If America was founded as a Christian nation only, where are the images of Jesus Christ? Or does Washington, D.C. symbolize another Christ, the Masonic Christ? Find out, in this bold and sure-to-be controversial documentary.

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31 December, 196931 December, 1969 1 comments videos videos

YouTube Bible John 14:1-14
The Prince of Wales records a passage for the YouTube Bible, a project launched by the King James Bible Trust.

The YouTube Bible

YouTube Bible

The YouTube Bible is the King James Bible Trust's ambitious project to create a complete reading of the King James Bible on YouTube. Our readers will comprise of actors, sportsmen and women, musicians, politicians and most importantly ... YOU!

We hope that as many people as possible from around the world will want to contribute a chapter (or several) to our collection.

Here's how you do it . . .

1. Take a look at the chapters we already have and choose one you would like to read that is not on the list.

2. Find a copy of the reading. You can print a chapter from the University of Michigan website.

3. Record your reading (be as creative as you can) and upload it to YouTube. Remember, one chapter per clip, but you can submit as many clips as you like!

4. Drop us an email to, with a youtube link of your video clip.

5. Wait for an email from us to tell you your video has been accepted and then watch it on our site!

Happy reading!

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31 December, 196931 December, 1969 1 comments Uncategorized Uncategorized

Bach's most famous organ piece arranged for glass harp.
Toccata and fugue in D minor by J. S. Bach
played on glass harp (musical glasses) by robert Tiso

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31 December, 196931 December, 1969 1 comments Uncategorized Uncategorized

"Family Man" from Trevor Little on Vimeo.

Song by Andrew Peterson
Video produced by Canyon Ridge Christian Church

Family Man from "Love & Thunder"
Words and music by Andrew Peterson

I am a family man
I traded in my mustang for a minivan
This is not what I was headed for when I began
This was not my plan
I am a family man

But everything I had to lose
Came back a thousand times in you
And you fill me up with love
Fill me up with love
And you help me stand
'cause I am a family man

And life is good
That's something I always knew
But I just never understood
If you'd asked me then you know I'd say I never would
Settle down in a neighborhood
I never thought I could

But I don't remember anymore
Who I even was before
You filled me up with love
Filled me up with love
And you help me stand

So come on with the thunder clouds
Let the cold wind rail against us, let the rain come down
We can build a roof above us with the love we've found
We can stand our ground
So let the rain come down

Because love binds up what breaks in two
So keep my heart so close to you
And I'll fill you up with love
Fill you up with love
And I'll help you stand
'Cause I am a family man

I'm saving my vacation time
For Disneyland
This is not what I was headed for when I began
This was not my plan
It's so much better than.
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31 December, 196931 December, 1969 1 comments Uncategorized Uncategorized
Emily Pilloton wants to create things that aren't just well designed, but have a positive social impact. (05:35)
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LiveScience Staff livescience Staff
Mon Nov 2, 5:43 pm ET

A 35-mile rift in the desert of Ethiopia will likely become a new ocean eventually, researchers now confirm.

The crack, 20 feet wide in spots, opened in 2005 and some geologists believed then that it would spawn a new ocean. But that view was controversial, and the rift had not been well studied.

A new study involving an international team of scientists and reported in the journal Geophysical Research Letters finds the processes creating the rift are nearly identical to what goes on at the bottom of oceans, further indication a sea is in the region's future.

The same rift activity is slowly parting the Red Sea, too.

Using newly gathered seismic data from 2005, researchers reconstructed the event to show the rift tore open along its entire 35-mile length in just days. Dabbahu, a volcano at the northern end of the rift, erupted first, then magma pushed up through the middle of the rift area and began "unzipping" the rift in both directions, the researchers explained in a statement today.

"We know that seafloor ridges are created by a similar intrusion of magma into a rift, but we never knew that a huge length of the ridge could break open at once like this," said Cindy Ebinger, professor of earth and environmental sciences at the University of Rochester and co-author of the study.

The result shows that highly active volcanic boundaries along the edges of tectonic ocean plates may suddenly break apart in large sections, instead of in bits, as the leading theory held. And such sudden large-scale events on land pose a much more serious hazard to populations living near the rift than would several smaller events, Ebinger said.

"The whole point of this study is to learn whether what is happening in Ethiopia is like what is happening at the bottom of the ocean where it's almost impossible for us to go," says Ebinger. "We knew that if we could establish that, then Ethiopia would essentially be a unique and superb ocean-ridge laboratory for us. Because of the unprecedented cross-border collaboration behind this research, we now know that the answer is yes, it is analogous."

The African and Arabian plates meet in the remote Afar desert of Northern Ethiopia and have been spreading apart in a rifting process - at a speed of less than 1 inch per year - for the past 30 million years. This rifting formed the 186-mile Afar depression and the Red Sea. The thinking is that the Red Sea will eventually pour into the new sea in a million years or so. The new ocean would connect to the Red Sea and the Gulf of Aden, an arm of the Arabian Sea between Yemen on the Arabian Peninsula and Somalia in eastern Africa.

Atalay Ayele, professor at the Addis Ababa University in Ethiopia, led the investigation, gathering seismic data with help from neighboring Eritrea and Ghebrebrhan Ogubazghi, professor at the Eritrea Institute of Technology, and from Yemen with the help of Jamal Sholan of the National Yemen Seismological Observatory Center.

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31 December, 196931 December, 1969 1 comments New Bible New Bible

Glo: Experience the Bible like never before

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