1. AMA Expo 2015 - part 1

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    Interview with Mr Bob Brown, President of the Academy of Model Aeronautics

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    • Grand Rapids Computer Services talk about working with EC Group

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      Bob Brown from Grand Rapids Computer Services tells his story about growing up a farmer and adapting to a changing landscape of technology and what that has meant for him and the company he started. To learn more about how your company could benefit from an EC software team click the link below. http://bit.ly/ecgroup-solutions

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      • Welcome to Wesley Freedom

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        Welcome to Wesley Freedom from the pastors and congregation!

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        • Tarkine - Bob Brown Foundation

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          Tasmania's Tarkine is a wilderness area with outstanding natural and cultural values that are threatened by a slate of proposed open-cut mines.

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          • Recherche Bay Reserve | a place of historical and ecological significance

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            Beautiful Recherche Bay, in south-west Tasmania, came to prominence only recently, but its significance for Australians goes back more than two centuries. It was there in 1791–1793 that many of Australia’s unique plants were collected by botanists for the first time. To document both the significance of this special place and mark its acquisition for conservation by the Tasmanian Land Conservancy (www.tasland.org.au), we interviewed specialists to take us on the historic journey of Recherche Bay’s past. This was made possible thanks to the generous support of the Australian Garden History Society (www.gardenhistorysociety.org.au) ---- 00.19 – Dr Andrew Cole (astronomer, University of Tasmania) describes the sites of the Recherche and Esperance observatories and what observations they may have recorded. 01.52 – Annick Thomas (local French historian) talks about the discovery of Recherche Bay and the first friendly meeting between the French and Tasmanian Aborigines. 03.24 – Dr Keith Corbett (geologist) discusses the prevalence of fossilised trees preserved at Recherche Bay, which are over 200 million years old and from before the time of flowering plants. They are one of the best, if not the best, examples of fossil wood in Tasmania. 06.27 – Sib Corbett (botanist) goes over the flora makeup that characterises Recherche Bay and notes that all the plants that French botanist, Jacques Labillardière, surveyed and named still exist there. 11.38 – Bob Brown (former leader of the Australian Greens) talks about the remarkable meeting and friendship between the French explorers and the Lyluequonny Aborigine people who lived at Recherche Bay, along with an optimistic look at the future of the reserve.

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            • オペレーション・リレントレス ‐ シーシェパード、第10回南極クジラ保護キャンペーン

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              932頭のクジラを保護したシーシェパードのこれまで最も成功したキャンペーン‘オペレーション・ゼロ・トレランス’終了後、シーシェパードは‘オペレーション・リレントレス’を発表しました。 オペレーション・リレントレスは前回キャンペーン同様、シーシェパード・オーストラリアにより管理、指導されるシーシェパードにとって10回目の南極海クジラ保護区での南極クジラ保護キャンペーンになります。過去9回のキャンペーンではシーシェパードの直接行動介在により4,500頭以上のクジラを保護、日本の違法捕鯨を世界に暴露してきました。 私達は大きな成功を築いてきた実績を持っています。過去3回のキャンペーンでは捕獲予定数に満たないわずかの捕獲数にとどめ(去年は10%未満)、捕鯨者達を日本へ帰しました。日本の捕鯨は日本政府のプライドと巨大な補助金により成り立っている衰退産業です。 捕鯨は何億円もの負債を抱え補助金なしでは持続不可能な産業です。 日本は第5「調査」地区でクジラを殺す試みが「シーシェパードによる容赦ない干渉」のために完全に断念されたと、述べました。 シーシェパードが「容赦ない」という非難されるように、私達の厳しい追跡が南極海クジラ保護区のクジラに最終的に平和をもたらすように活動しています。    あなたの支援で オペレーション・リレントレス はクジラ保護活動に於いて不朽の成功に発展するでしょう。 シーシェパードは常に根気強く、決して屈服、決して降伏しません。 オペレーション・リレントレスの商品は www.seashepherd.unitee.com.au より購入できます。 シーシェパードを支援してください。www.seashepherd.org.au

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              • Message from Bob Brown - Help save the Tarkine

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                • Sea Shepherd Operation Relentless Announcement

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                  Off the back of Sea Shepherd's most successful campaign to date, Operation Zero Tolerance, that save 932 whales, Sea Shepherd launches Operation Relentless. Like last seasons campaign, Operation Relentless will be managed and led by Sea Shepherd Australia. It will be Sea Shepherd's 10th Antarctic whale defence campaign defending at risk whales in the Southern Ocean Whale Sanctuary. During the past nine seasons, Sea Shepherd’s direct-action interventions have saved the lives of more than 4,500 whales and exposed illegal Japanese whaling to the world. We have a great track record of success to build upon. The last three seasons, we sent the whalers home with just a fraction of their kill quota, with last year less than 10%. Japanese whaling is a dying industry — continuing only due to government pride and massive subsidies. Hundreds of millions in debt, the industry cannot continue to sustain such huge financial losses. Japan stated that the attempt to kill whales in the 5th “survey” district was completely abandoned due to “relentless interference by Sea Shepherd.” Sea Shepherd like that kind of “relentless” accusation. We like being relentless in the pursuit of finally bring peace to the whales of the Southern Ocean Whale Sanctuary. With your help, Operation Relentless is shaping up to be a monumental success for the whales. Sea Shepherd will always stand fast, never give in, never surrender, Operation Relentless. To purchase Operation Relentless gear visit - www.seashepherd.unitee.com.au To support Sea Shepherd visit - www.seashepherd.org.au

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                  • Operation Relentless - Sea Shepherd's 10th Antarctic Whale Defence Campaign

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                    Off the back of Sea Shepherd's most successful campaign to date, Operation Zero Tolerance, that saved 932 whales, Sea Shepherd launches Operation Relentless. Like last seasons campaign, Operation Relentless will be managed and led by Sea Shepherd Australia. It will be Sea Shepherd's 10th Antarctic whale defence campaign defending at risk whales in the Southern Ocean Whale Sanctuary. During the past nine seasons, Sea Shepherd’s direct-action interventions have saved the lives of more than 4,500 whales and exposed illegal Japanese whaling to the world. We have a great track record of success to build upon. The last three seasons, we sent the whalers home with just a fraction of their kill quota, with last year less than 10%. Japanese whaling is a dying industry — continuing only due to government pride and massive subsidies. Hundreds of millions in debt, the industry cannot continue to sustain such huge financial losses. Japan stated that the attempt to kill whales in the 5th “survey” district was completely abandoned due to “relentless interference by Sea Shepherd.” Sea Shepherd like that kind of “relentless” accusation. We like being relentless in the pursuit of finally bring peace to the whales of the Southern Ocean Whale Sanctuary. With your help, Operation Relentless is shaping up to be a monumental success for the whales. Sea Shepherd will always stand fast, never give in, never surrender, Operation Relentless. To purchase Operation Relentless gear visit - www.seashepherd.unitee.com.au To support Sea Shepherd visit - www.seashepherd.org.au

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                    • Benjamin Franklin and the Virtuous Life

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                      The third Tunxis Humanities Athenaeum, on the topic “Benjamin Franklin and the Virtuous Life” was held on March 27, 2013. Panelists were Rachel Hyland, Research and Collections Librarian; Bob Brown, Professor of History & English; and Dr. Rafaele Fierro, Associate Professor of History. The discussion focused on a section from Franklin’s autobiography in which he defined his thirteen virtues and the steps by which he attempted to achieve them.

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