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SWING Connect Reverse EVO

Hello Together. Today I would like to present you our new harness – the Connect Reverse Evo. It is based on the probably most sold reversible harness in the world. We have listened to our customers, we have listened to the pilots, we have kept the proven and well tested …

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Fastest Man in the World !

San Francisco Bay the Waterfront is a real draw for people looking for some exercise from Walkers to Joggers to hardcore Marathoners people like to stretch their limbs and then theres this guy Most humans will look at a bird and dream of flying I myself looked at the ostrich …

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The Best of Victor Borge – Acts One and Two – 3816

Good evening and welcome to… …Minneapolis I have been looking forward to this evening’s performance ever since… seven thirty… two weeks ago. We’re going to have an intermission pretty soon. Come right in please. Pardon me, pardon me… Where do you come from? Where? Oh, you don’t know each other. …

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Transistors, How do they work ?

The invention of transistors revolutionized human civilization like no other technology At the heart of a smartphone lies a processor And this processor holds about 2 billion transistors What do these incredibly tiny devices do? How do they work? Transistors can act like a switch with no moving parts They …

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Reverse Engineering in Solid Edge ST10

Solidedge customer Bernina international AG has been producing world-class sewing and embroidery machines for over a hundred and twenty years their design and manufacturing teams thrive on innovation and precision and Solid Edge continues to meet their needs through next generation modeling tools here will feature the reverse engineering capabilities …

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Digital Audio Tape: The one DAT got away

Digital audiotape D.A.T. or DAT as it’s more commonly referred to was brought to the market by Sony in 1987 with the intention of replacing Phillips aging compact cassettes which have been available for almost 25 years at that point however despite Sony and their partners releasing a whole range …

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How Close Are We to Resurrecting Extinct Species?

The passenger pigeon, the gastric brooding frog, the wooly mammoth, they all have one thing in common, they’re extinct…. dead as a dodo, if you will. In fact, scientists estimate that 5 billion species have come and gone off this planet. But what if we could bring them back? What …

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How a TV Works in Slow Motion – The Slow Mo Guys

Hello there My name’s Gavin, and welcome to this episode of the Slow Mo Guys very oddly presented from my living room. A while ago, I made a video called “How a camera works in slow-mo” and the response was great, so I thought a good natural progression to that …

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