1. CappAero™ EcoPipette - Single Channel Pipettes @ Pipette.com - YouTube

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    from Scott Barnes Added 0 0 0

    The CAPP Aero ecopipette is one of the best single channel pipettes because it combines great comfort and long lasting accuracy. High quality components, like stainless steel and anodized aluminum will ensure this pipette doesn't wear out, and maintains high accuracy for a long period of time. You can stop hammering your pipette into the tip rack like that! The CAPP Aero ecopipette comes with dual o-rings on the nosecone, allowing for a super smooth tip mount and ejection. CAPP - truly accurate, truly robust. Order online or learn more at http://www.pipette.com/capppipettes.

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    • VistaLab Ovation® - The World's Most Ergonomic Pipette - Pipette.com - YouTube

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      Does your hand hurt from hours of pipetting?  Do you suffer from RSI? Who’s says a pipette has to look like the traditional pipette? Introducing the VistaLab Ovation® 2.  Truly, the world’s most ergonomic pipette. Instead of jamming tips vigorously, simply turn your wrist over, into a more natural & ergonomic position, press down, hear the click and you’re good to go. Most people don’t know the ejection force is a key compent to how ergonomic a pipette is. Ejection doesn’t get much easier than that. You can find the Ovation and many other ergonomic pipettes at https://www.pipette.com/vistalabpipettes.

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      • Test lava

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        from afpavlov Added 519 13 2

        Attempt to get the lava shader,unfortunately it is not based on the temperature of the channel, and is built on velocity))) Naiad-3dsmax-Krakatoa-Brazil. Yes, I sometimes use the good,old Brazil 2 Thank you for your attention.

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        • Heliboarding in Kamchatka during volcano eruption!

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          from HELIPRO Added 392 1 0

          It was one year ago but it feels like yesterday. Happy Birthday, Baloo!

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          • 2014-01-12 One Person Ejected in Rollover Accident - Waterloo, Iowa - Myke Goings

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            MY RAW VIDEO - Exclusive - Shortly after 8:00 pm Sunday, 2014-01-12-SU, Waterloo Police responded to a vehicle that left the roadway on Hwy 20E Exit 232B. After exiting Hwy 20E at Exit 232B the car failed to negotiate the curve of the ramp, went off the left side of the road, down a steep embankment and started rolling over. The car came to rest about 250 feet from where it left the road. A passenger was ejected from the vehicle. He was transported to the hospital by Evansdale EMS with what appeared to be non-life threatening injuries. A child in a safety seat appeared to be uninjured. Waterloo Police were assisted by Evansdale Police, Evansdale Fire, Evansdale EMS and the Black Hawk County Sheriff's Office. Google map of where the car left the roadway - http://goo.gl/maps/SP7R2 Clip Note: The accident happened next to the Trooper Charles Whitney Memorial Bridge.

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            • Massive Solar Eruption Close-up (2011-06-07 - NASA SDO)

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              On June 7, 2011 the Sun unleashed an M-2 (medium-sized) solar flare with a spectacular coronal mass ejection (CME). The large cloud of particles mushroomed up and fell back down looking as if it covered an area almost half the solar surface. SDO observed the flare's peak at 1:41 AM ET. SDO recorded these images in extreme ultraviolet light that show a very large eruption of cool gas. It is somewhat unique because at many places in the eruption there seems to be even cooler material -- at temperatures less than 80,000 K. This video uses the full-resolution 4096 x 4096 pixel images at a one minute time cadence to provide the highest quality, finest detail version possible. It is interesting to compare the event in different wavelengths because they each see different temperatures of plasma. Credit: NASA SDO / Goddard Space Flight Center More information at http://sunspotwatch.com/ Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/spacewx.hfradio http://www.facebook.com/NW7US Twitter: @hfradiospacewx @NW7US NW7US / http://NW7US.us

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              • NASA SDO - X-class Solar Flares; A closer Look (May 13-15, 2013)

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                A more intimate look at the recent X-class solar flares, including a look at the Active Region 1748, which has been producing these flares. My favorite segment is the yellow 171 angstrom wavelength. It shows the magnetic field lines in this area of the Sun's atmosphere, the corona, and how they began to twist and kink, generating the hottest solar material – a charged gas called plasma. Enjoy this beautiful view of our Star. Credit: NASA Solar Dynamics Observatory

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                • Sun Emits First X-Class Solar Flare of 2013 & coronal mass ejection WWW.GOODNEWS.WS

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                  http://goodnews.ws/ On May 12, 2013, an X1.7-class flare and a coronal mass ejection, or CME, erupted off the upper-left side of the sun. Solar material also danced and blew off the sun in what's called a prominence eruption, both in that spot and one on the lower right side of the sun. This movie compiles imagery of this activity from NASA's Solar Dynamics Observatory and from NASA and the European Space Agency's Solar and Heliospheric Observatory. Credit: NASA/SDO/ESA/SOHO Sun Emits First X-Class Solar Flare of 2013 & coronal mass ejection WWW.GOODNEWS.WS http://goodnews.ws/

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                  • NASA's Solar Dynamics Observatory: Circular Coronal Mass Ejection WWW.GOODNEWS.WS

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                    http://goodnews.ws/ A coronal mass ejection (CME) erupted from just around the edge of the sun on May 1, 2013, in a gigantic rolling wave. CMEs can shoot over a billion tons of particles into space at over a million miles per hour. This CME occurred on the sun's limb and is not headed toward Earth. The video, taken in extreme ultraviolet light by NASA's Solar Dynamics Observatory (SDO), covers about two and a half hours.Credit: NASA/SDO NASA's Solar Dynamics Observatory: Circular Coronal Mass Ejection WWW.GOODNEWS.WS http://goodnews.ws/

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                    • Sun and Solar Activity: Aug. 31, 2012 Coronal Mass Ejection WWW.GOODNEWS.WS

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                      http://goodnews.ws/ This two part movie shows an Aug. 31 coronal mass ejection (CME) from the sun , the same event that caused depletion and refilling of the radiation belts just after the Relativistic Electron-Proton Telescope (REPT) instruments on the Van Allen Probes were turned on. The first movie shows the CME as captured by NASA’s Solar Dynamics Observatory (SDO); the second shows several views of the same CME from the Solar and Heliospheric Observatory (SOHO). Sun and Solar Activity: Aug. 31, 2012 Coronal Mass Ejection WWW.GOODNEWS.WS http://goodnews.ws/

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