Q&A In WA | Q&A

(CHEERING, APPLAUSE) Thank you very much. Thank you. What a fabulous audience. Thank you very much. Now, welcome to Q&A, live from the Regal Theatre in Subiaco. Answering your questions tonight, Fitzroy Crossing broadcaster and student Dylan Storer, West Australian state shadow minister Zak Kirkup, human rights lawyer Hannah McGlade, the federal political editor of […]

ШТУРМ ПРИПЯТИ | Двойное ПАЛЕВО !!

music Hello, friends! We’re finally going to Pripyat half a year past since we wanted to go there again it should have been early spring, but it’s late autumn already So, we’re going to Pripyat, 20 minutes till we go put we sit in the car and drive until the border with the exclusion zone […]

Atomic Fracking in Wyoming: Project Wagon Wheel

(bright guitar music) – No I think we were watching with some interest a program on the western slope of Colorado to which I went down and observed with Dixie Lee Ray who was the first Atomic Energy Commission Chairwoman and quite a remarkable person. She was also the Governor of Washington, a real gal. […]

IAS Thursdays Spotlight Series | Legal Perspectives on Environmental Justice

KRISTEN BROGDON: Good afternoon, everyone, and welcome. My name is Kristen. I’m the Director of Programming here at Northrup. And it is my pleasure to welcome you here this afternoon for the October edition of the Spotlight Series. Before we begin, I want to acknowledge that the University of Minnesota Twin Cities is located on […]

The Climate Crisis Buzzwords You Need to Know | NowThis

Greenhouse gases, also called GHGs, are gases in the atmosphere that are both They include These gases cause our atmosphere to warm because they absorb radiation emitted by the Earth’s atmosphere and trap heat. The more greenhouse gases we release into the atmosphere by doing things like burning gas and coal, And scientists have sounded […]

Playing with Nuclear Fire & No Man Left Behind

SHANE SMITH: This week on “VICE,” the disaster that the Japanese government is hiding in Fukushima. MAN: TEPCO’s own engineers are clueless. They’ve sent in cameras to try to locate where the molten uranium is, and they simply don’t know. Who knows how much of it is washing into the ocean? SMITH: And then, why […]

Top 10! New Products Aliexpress & Amazon 2019 | Amazing Tech Gadgets. Gearbest

Hello, dear friends! Now you will see another selection of cool products. Push like and Let’s go! All links to the products in the description below the video. Push like. Subscribe on my channel and click on the bell. Thank you very much for watching this video. If you have not seen these videos, be […]

Our solar collector is the ground surface: cheap, simple and takes up no space

We know that the sun can heat the ground surface to a high temperature. That is why I put these pipes and covered them with a layer of soil a few centimeters thick. So, this is my solar heater, and this is outlet for water which will be heated by the sun. Now we see […]

Using Coal to Generate Electricity

In a thermal power station, like the Boundary Dam Power Station near Estevan, coal is burned in a boiler to convert water to steam. The steam goes into a turbine, which turns a shaft. This shaft is connected to a generator that makes power as it turns. A condenser converts the spent steam from the […]