Archive for January 20, 2014


Start of the 2014 Ambrym Volcano Expedition

Jan 18, 2014
Vanuatu Helicopters pilot Ben Clark edited this video of the start of our expedition

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Sinabung volcano continues spewing volcanic material into air forcing more villagers to flee.

Jan 17, 2014
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Sinabung volcano continues spewing volcanic material into air forcing more villagers to flee. Rough Cut (no reporter narration).

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Pyroclastic Flows At Gunung Sinabung Volcano, Indonesia. 20 jan 2014

Jan 20, 2014
Pyroclastic Flows At Gunung Sinabung Volcano, Indonesia. Shot on 20th January 2014, for licensing please email James (at) EarthUncut (dot) tv

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One way trip to mars 100,000 people apply People will live on Mars and never come back Full Documentary

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Oct 27, 2013
More than 100,000 people are eager to make themselves at home on another planet. They’ve applied for a one-way trip to Mars, hoping to be chosen to spend the rest of their lives on uncharted territory, according to an organization planning the manned missions.
The Mars One project wants to colonize the red planet, beginning in 2022. There are financial and practical questions about this venture that haven’t been clarified. Will there be enough money? Will people really be able to survive on Mars? But these haven’t stopped some 30,000 Americans from signing up.
You can see some of the candidates on the project’s website, but they’re not the only ones who have applied, said Bas Lansdorp, Mars One CEO and co-founder.
“There is also a very large number of people who are still working on their profile, so either they have decided not to pay the application fee, or they are still making their video or they’re still filling out the questionnaire or their resume. So the people that you can see online are only the ones that have finished and who have set their profiles as public,” Lansdorp said.
The entrepreneur did not specify how many have paid the fees, completed their profiles and configured them as private.
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