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check out those who change anything they see into something worth stopping by.. enjoy

more of this one at [LINK]

each picture is linked to where i found it..

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watch online Beijing Olympics 2008 Opening Ceremony

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For those who missed the great moments, the excitement of watching it there, or at least live on TV. After a very long search and stumbling upon deleted links i found this videos to share with all of you. Not the whole show but it's something ...

NOTE: not claiming any copy right for these videos, the viewer is totally responsible of any violation.

Video #1: mostly the firworks

2008 Beijing Olympic Opening Ceremony - video powered by Metacafe

Video #2: the countdown
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Video #3: a performance

enjoy and please comment and link if you have more to share:)

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Solar Eclipse of 2008 August 01 on video

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On Friday, 2008 August 01, a total eclipse of the Sun is visible from within a narrow corridor that traverses half the Earth. The path of the Moon's umbral shadow begins in Canada and extends across northern Greenland, the Arctic, central Russia, Mongolia, and China. A partial eclipse is seen within the much broader path of the Moon's penumbral shadow, which includes northeastern North America, most of Europe and Asia. See the following map.

This lucky guy managed to capture a video of the solar eclipse on an aeroplane from an altitude of 27,000 feet from a location 140 km east of Cambridge Bay, Nunavut. Have a look.

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700-horsepower electric supercar

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yap, that's true, a 700-horsepower electric supercar. At the british Motor Show 2008 the Lightning was unveiled, a seriously good looking car to grab everyone's attention, a classic GT, with a long hood, low curving roofline, and massive multi-spoke alloy wheels.

Well here's a shock: a good looking British sports car (sorry Lotus). This is the Lightning GT, and instead of guzzling super unleaded it creates 700 horsepower using batteries.

Or so the Lightning Car Company claims. But we'll leave off being cynical for a moment (don't worry, it is only for a moment) and continue telling you just how good this thing looks. It is all classic GT: long hood, low curving roofline, and massive multi-spoke alloy wheels, complete with a major surprise.

Zero to 60 mph will, apparently, take less than four seconds — "when it's fully developed." This leads us to the more eyebrow-raising areas of the Lightning’s specifications. Having just 30 batteries is surprising enough (most electric supercars use far more than that), but the claim is these give the car a 300-km [186-mile] range — on just a 10-minute charge


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