Rise and Fall of San Diego – Part 2 of 2

[ Music ] >> Hey. I'm up here, on top of the San Diego National Bank building. From here we can see San Diego Bay with its marine traffic and it really is a superb bay for its commerce, its recreation and, of course, its beauty. But 120,000 years ago, had this building been here, it would have looked like this. [ Sound of Rushing Water ] So why would this building be under water? For more than 2 1/2 million years, the earth has been locked in an ice age. In fact, sheets of ice up to 2 miles […]

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Canterbury Earthquakes Insurance Tribunal Bill – First Reading – Video 1

The brand new Zealand public have of their executive the time for this debate has expired name on government order of the day number one Canterbury earthquakes insurance Tribunal bail first studying I call the Honourable Andrea little iki SIA mallalieu male malade I move that the Canterbury earthquakes coverage Tribunal will we now learn a first time I nominate the governance and administration committee to do not forget the bill madam speaker it’s been eight years considering the fact that outcome of the day on account that the Canterbury earthquakes of 2010 it can be the first ones and […]

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Why Hawaii’s volcano is so UNUSUAL

hi I'm Diana and you're watching physics girl so I grew up in Hawaii on the island of Kauai which is the oldest of 18 islands the wettest the greenest the most beautiful it had no nightlife there were 22 kids in my graduating class look hi nigra so the Hawaiian Islands are geologically weird they're formed by volcanoes we know that but we describe that they're formed by a volcano just one it's like an upside-down chocolate kiss conveyor belt there's a hotspot that form of the volcano and then the plates move over the top making the islands […]

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UPGRADE your CR-10 with an E3D VOLCANO hotend || Print with 1.2mm nozzles!

In one of my last videos I showed you how you can use bigger nozzles on your Creality CR-10 and how you can adjust the print settings to create larger prints faster. I had the problem that at higher printspeeds the hotend was not able anymore to melt the plastic fast enough, so in this video I’ll show you how you can easily add an E3D volcano hotend to your CR-10. Guten Tag everybody, I’m Stefan and welcome to CNC kitchen. So the CR-10 hotend with its 0.4mm nozzle is not designed to print really fast. In the last video, […]

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Iceland Geology #6 – Volcano Warning Near the Blue Lagoon and KEF Airport

Huge inflation has been detected under MT. Þorbjörn on Reykjanes peninsula since January 21 2020 The mountain is beside the world famous Blue Lagoon, big powerplant and Grindavík fishing village The inflation is most likely a sign of magma accumulation at a depth of just a few km The inflation is unusually rapid, around 3-4 mm per day and has accumulated to 2 cm to date. Here we can see earthquakes in Iceland up to 6 mo back in time on map.is Covered with earthquake swarms from the sub-sea Reykjanes ridge and throughout the whole peninsula We had 1700 earthquakes […]

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What’s Causing the Earthquakes in Puerto Rico? | Connecting Point | Jan. 15, 2020

>>> up to date EARTHQUAKES ANDAFTERSHOCKS HAVE DEVASTATED THE ISLAND OF PUERTO RICO. But WHAT’S inflicting THEM, ANDWHAT DOES the future hold? I SAT DOWN WITH JACK LOVELESS,SMITH college accomplice PROFESSOR OF GEOSCIENCES, TOFIND OUT extra. >> PUERTO RICO IS IN ATECTONICALLY energetic discipline the place one of the WORLD’S TECTONICPLATES ARE meeting. SO each EARTHQUAKE in the WORLDHAPPENS ON A FAULT AND THE BOUNDARY BETWEEN TECTONIC PLATESARE the sector’S greatest FAULTS the place EARTHQUAKES ARE GOING TOHAPPEN MOST in most cases. PUERTO RICO IS IN A PRETTYCOMPLICATED location the place THE NORTH AMERICAN PLATE ISINTERACTING WITH THE CARIBBEAN TECTONIC […]

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MIT on Climate = Science + Action | Life & Climate | Speaker: Lindy Elkins-Tanton

Thanks very much for the organizers of this important symposium. I think that we all have to work harder to get people together across the traditional disciplinary boundaries if we're going to understand what's happening on Earth today. And so as Sara has introduced the idea of what makes an earth habitable, and I'm really going to discuss what makes it uninhabitable. And so let me just start by saying– oh yeah, trilobites. That's what I'm going to be talking about in part. All right. So let me start with an overview of Earth's oxygen and its atmosphere from four […]

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2 survivors from Atlanta hospitalized after New Zealand volcano eruption

well today authorities in New Zealand confirmed two people from Atlanta are among the survivors of this week's deadly volcanic eruption their authorities confirmed pre tap and Maori Singh were hospitalized following the sudden eruption they were part of a group of 47 tourists who were on the island when the volcano erupted including nine Americans at least 15 people are confirmed dead and dozens remain hospitalized tonight earlier today crews continue to search for the missing as the threat of another eruption looms.

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Evidence of Evolution 7- Genetic similarities

– i’m hoping that it’s notmuch of a stretch for you to go from a homologousstructure just like the arm and to hold that backto how did we get that arm. We had to have genes telling usto construct an arm. So i am hoping it isn’t a stretchfor you to go well, if my genes are sayingto build my arm like this, and the lion’s genes are sayingto construct its arm like this, could we’ve got an identical genes? And the answer isresoundingly sure, and i’m hoping youalready knew that. Suppose about your kids. Believe about meiosis. These men […]

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Geography Now! MALDIVES

Hey everybody, GeographyNow.com is finally launched And since you guys asked for it, We made you guys 'Geography Now!' notepads and buttons. Stop by the website if you'd like to get one. Thanks for the support guys! For years, you guys have been joking over and over by saying: "Oh by the time Geography Now gets to the Maldives episode, the country is gonna be underwater." Well, Ha ha ha ha!! Guess who's still staying afloat! Islands don't float. – Oh yeah, hey Hannah, how you doing? I'm Marvelous! – Hannah you know, what? – What? How would you like […]

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