ABC Services - Podcasts Podcasting is a convenient way of automatically downloading audio or video files to your computer. You can then play this audio or video on your computer or transfer the files to a portable MP3 or video player. 'Podcast' generally refers to audio. 'Video Podcast' (or 'Vodcast') refers to the distribution of video files in the same manner. Use the navigation to the left to browse all ABC podcasts, or check out the highlights below. Featured Podcast Nerdzilla, Local Radio (Duration: 40 mins, filesize: 20 MB, Updated fortnightly) Nerdzilla is made for comic readers, sci-fi lovers, IT geeks, fantasists, gamers, technophiles and Mensa members. Popular Podcasts StarStuff, Science (Duration: 30 min, filesize: 15 MB, Updated weekly) Hosted by Stuart Gary, StarStuff takes us on a weekly journey across the universe to see the death of stars and the birth of new worlds. AM, News & Current Affairs (Duration: 30 min, filesize: 13 MB, Updated daily) AM is Australia's most informative morning current affairs.
Mom Abandons Her Baby, Now Watch What The Cameraman Does. UNBELIEVABLE! | Teacher Problems It all started one sunny spring morning, when a YouTube user named Darius watched two baby whitetail deer being born in his backyard. He noticed of the babies had an injured leg and struggled to keep up with Mom. Sadly, the baby’s mother and sibling abandoned him right there on Darius’ property. Knowing the baby would surely die on her own, the homeowner — and passionate animal lover — decided to take in the fragile fawn and nurse her back to health. What follows is a truly heartwarming journey of love, strength and selflessness — and Darius’ video is quickly taking the internet by storm. “I am thankful for every single person who liked, shared and left a comment,” Darius says. Watch what happens when Darius finally goes to reunite the fawn with her mother. If this video touched your heart like it did mine, please SHARE this video with your friends on Facebook! Please leave a comment! Sponsored Links Comments comments
EWAO Continued Research Supports The ‘Water Has Memory’ Theory These amazing discoveries about the properties of water could revolutionize our world! By MindBodySoulSpirit Filmmaker and mystic ecologist David Sereda discussed some of the amazing properties of water– it may actually have memory and consciousness, he said. Human beings are mostly made up of water and he suggested that restructured water could have healing properties on their bodies. An example that Serada gives is how restructured water can transform polluted water into clean, fresh, and palatable drinking water! Following up on the groundbreaking work of Masaru Emoto, Sereda exposed water to the sounds of the sun, and the water crystals changed to a beatific shape. Could water itself be a kind of memory system, actually containing the Akashic Records? Water — just a liquid or much more? Jocelyn Daher I have been a herbal healing alchemist ever since I was old enough to pretend I was the Dr. Latest posts by Jocelyn Daher (see all)
Researchers come up with machines that harness power of evaporating water | Uncover Michigan Researchers have come up with two new units that are directly powered by evaporation. The units have been developed by scientists from Columbia University. They created a floating, piston-driven engine that produced electrical energy to power a flashing mild and a rotary engine, which propels a small automotive. According to Ozgur Sahin, an affiliate professor of organic sciences and physics on the Columbia University and the lead writer of the research, water has a fixed conversion and it is required to use power from evaporation; it is very highly effective, but it has not been harnessed until now. According to the Columbia University bioengineer, "Evaporation is a ubiquitous phenomenon within the pure setting and a dominant type of power switch within the Earth's local weather. Evaporation produces the energy that drives the 2 engines; it is generated through distinctive bacterial spores that increase and contract as humidity ranges vary.
Dialect Blog In The 1950s, Wives Were Expected To Do THIS For Their Husbands. This Is Crazy?!? | Teacher Problems It’s so fascinating to learn about how people used to live — especially when we discover that not much has really changed. However, sometimes you come across some old traditions that you simply can’t believe people ever followed — like these odd dating rituals throughout history. But what women in the 1950s were expected to do for their husbands? Well, those traditions have certainly flown right out the window! It may feel a little strange to accept these rules today, but it remains so interesting to see how society once behaved. Scroll further to see what rules mothers and housewives once had to follow, and let us know your thoughts by voting items up or down. Please leave a comment! Carambola Content Comments comments
Beth Moon Photographs The World’s Oldest Trees Illuminated By Starlight Ancient trees affected by cosmic rays are the subject of The “Diamond Nights” project by San Francisco-based photographer Beth Moon. Moon has spent the last 14 years photographing the world’s oldest trees in daylight, but this series captures them at night. Her photos feature primarily baobab and quiver trees in South Africa, Botswana, and Namibia. “Our relationship to the wild has always played an important role in my work. This series was inspired by two fascinating, scientific studies that connect tree growth with celestial movement and astral cycles,” explains Moon on her website. The first study concluded that cosmic radiation impacts tree growth even more than annual temperature or rainfall; the second found that tree buds change size and shape directly correlating to the moon and planets. A guide lead Moon to each location during the day. More info: bethmoon.com | Facebook | Amazon (h/t: mymodmet) Thanks for sharing! 3x per week 30,000,000+ monthly readers Error sending email
Bladeless bird friendly turbine Does a wind turbine have to have one of those pinwheel-looking blades that spins around to be called a turbine? It depends what definition you go by. Meet the Vortex Bladeless, a wind ‘turbine’ without blades, developed by a group of inventors at a Spanish tech startup. This new wind energy solution looks more like a giant golf tee then a wind turbine. Its inventors — David Suriol, David Yáñez and Raul Martín — describe it as “[a] more efficient, cost-effective, and environmentally friendly way to produce energy.” It has no moving parts, so how does it work? Vortex Bladeless explains: “Our device captures the energy of vorticity. How does this new wind energy solution compare to traditional wind turbines? Sounds promising, but is it improving upon traditional turbines or just offering another way to accomplish the same thing? According to Vortex Bladeless, it’s technology saves 53 percent in manufacturing costs and 51 percent in operating costs compared to conventional wind turbines.