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Port city in Brazil is seeing effects of climate change
 
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Rising sea levels are taking a dramatic toll on low-lying islands and cities around the world. Many of these at risk places are already planning for an uncertain future, and Latin America's largest nation is no exception. CCTV's Paulo Cabral reports from the Brazilian port city of Santos.Despite its seaside location, Santos is not an idyllic tropical resort town. It's a big industrial city, and home to the largest port on South America's Atlantic Coast. Over the last decade, long stretches of sand have disappeared there. People who live in Santos and the surrounding area say they are already seeing the consequences of climate change. A recent study by an international pool of universities in conjunction with the Brazilian government's researchers predicts that sea levels around Santos will rise to between 18 and 23 centimeters by 2050, and by as much as 45 centimeters by 2100. The researchers see no risk of any part of the city being permanently lost to the sea, but say large areas could be subject to frequent flooding. Environmental problems are inevitably human problems impacting man's well-being and survival. It's a reality that's affecting the daily lives of humans around the world more and more. Particularly in poor and fragile areas like Santos, Brazil.
Views: 1686 CGTN America
Underwater Hiking Trail in Brazil - Strange & Beautiful
 
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Heavy rains turned a hiking trail in Brazil into an underwater paradise – leaving a bridge submerged in crystal clear water. Events are rarity and have happened three times in last 16 years. Snorkellers captured the amazing footage of the trail in Recanto Ecologico Rio da Prata reserve, located in Bonito, Brazil. The area is famed for its eco-tourism. The water level rose to 10ft during the flood, completely submerging the path underwater for two days. Music: Jungle Soup by Dhruva Aliman https://dhruvaaliman.bandcamp.com/album/neptunes-overtone http://www.dhruvaaliman.com/ Spotify - https://open.spotify.com/artist/5XiFCr9iBKE6Cupltgnlet
Views: 13507 Wise Wanderer
GPS PROOF EARTH is FLAT at Sea Level
 
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"Terra convexa is an independent research of Dákila Researches www.dakila.com.br and Centro Tecnológico Zigurats ctzbrasil.com.br originally published in www.terraconvexa.com.br and convexearth.org" After seven years of research on earth format, scientific experiments carried out by Brazilian researchers at Dakila Research and the Zigurats Technological Center in partnership with professionals from various areas of Brazil and other countries, such as the United States, Russia, Chile, the Netherlands, Spain , have shown that the Earth is not spherical. The evidence is being presented in the feature film Terra Convexa: The Documentary, available in three languages: Portuguese, English and Spanish and published on the websites terraconvexa.com.br and convexearth.org Seven scientific experiments were carried out, including the geodesic, which consisted in measuring the distances between the bases and tops of a building in Torres (RS) and another in Natal (RN), with a distance of 3,050 km between them. reference to sea level. "The measurements were the same. If the Earth were spherical, the measure of the distance between the bases should be smaller than the measurement between the upper parts of the buildings because they would be following the curvature of the Earth, "explains Urandir de Oliveira, founder of Dakila Research. Engineers from the National Institute of Colonization and Agrarian Reform (INCRA) participated in the action. A long-range laser was used to measure the flatness and leveling of the waters at the Três Marias Dam (MG); in Lagoa dos Patos (RS), on Lake Titicaca, Peru; and in the seas of Ilhabela (SP) and in the Strait of Gibraltar. The tests performed up to 35 km did not identify any curvature. Experiments with refracting and reflecting telescopes have proved that boats do not disappear on the horizon, but we lost the ability to observe them due to an optical phenomenon. This phenomenon was studied by the researchers, who formulated a new physical theory, which explains physically and mathematically how this works. Experiments with plumbing (verticalization) and level (horizontalization) have proved that gravity does not exist, because the physical behavior of water is to seek its original form, that is, flatness. According to Urandir, what holds us firm to the ground is the MDPL (magnetism, density, pressure and light). Through images obtained through several atmospheric probes launched by the researchers, as well as of incursions made, including in Antarctica, with the collaboration of the Armed Forces of Brazil, as well as other analyzes of materials found in glaciers of Siberia and the shores of the Arctic Glacial Ocean , such as pollen, dust and other fragments, a new continent, known as the "Greater North", was discovered, separated by a large mass of ice. The trajectory of the stars, including the Sun and the Moon, is totally different from what science says. The new information enabled the correct positioning of the continents. The complete research information, with regard to equipments, coordinates, images, all techniques, research content, technical reports, scientific papers, mathematical calculations and proposed theories will be available soon on the websites http://www.terraconvexa.com.br and http://convexearth.org A book with the complete compilation of the research will be released soon.
Views: 1805 goforitRANDY
Sea level rise in the Brazilian Coast
 
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EARTH DAY - www.dia-da-terra.blogspot.com In Defense of the Environment Consequences of Global Warming Climate Change Geological changes Greenhouse. Join this project: Mapping of Sea-level rise, the Brazilian coast. [email protected] [email protected] Contact: [email protected] Read more: Earth Day of: I have a Dream! http://t.co/acvgJMH Earth Day: I Have a Dream! http://t.co/x5fVkaR www.dia-da-terra.blogspot.com
Views: 209 Rui Saldanha
Photos: catastrophic elevation sea level in Itapoá, southern coast of Brazil
 
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Photos: catastrophic elevation sea level in Itapoá, southern coast of Brazil
Views: 29 Rui Saldanha
Brazilian Atlantic Forest
 
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This is a sample of a patch of the luxurious Brazilian Atlantic Forest located on a massive relief at about 3000 ft above sea level, in the municipality of Guaramiranga, northeastern Brazil. Typical fauna and flora species can be spotted there, some of them are endemic to the region.
Views: 1021 Andy Coe
Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, sea level rise -135 - 65 m
 
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The video shows the area around Rio de Janeiro in Brazil, on an altitude-colored, relief-shaded map with present coastline outlined, while the sea level rises from 135 m below present, like at the last glacial maximum, to 65 m above present, like if all remaining ice sheets would melt. The map is centered on 23°S 43°W, with a 6° vertical field of vision, meaning a 1186x667 km2 area and 0.9 km/px resolution. CC BY 2018 SeaLevelRise.se, http://sealevelrise.se, rendered using custom PERL script, ImageMagick and FFmpeg, from open geodata, the GEBCO_2014 Grid, version 20150318, http://www.gebco.net . The video is part of the collection Post-Glacial Sea Level Rise, https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL6SgRGKF7pUxGJDaZFX42AD-WThvESlMf
Views: 19 Magnuz64
Future Sea Level Rise: Top 10 Countries In Danger
 
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These are the top 10 countries threatened by the 6 meter sea level rise we are almost guaranteed to see in the not-too-distant future, according to the projected pace of global warming and ice melt in Greenland and Antarctica. Subscribe to TDC: https://www.youtube.com/TheDailyConversation/ Sources: http://www.sciencemag.org/content/349/6244/aaa4019 http://www.climatecentral.org/news/nations-megacities-face-20-feet-of-sea-level-rise-19217 http://geology.com/sea-level-rise/ Like our page on Facebook http://www.facebook.com/thedailyconversation Join us on Google+ https://plus.google.com/100134925804523235350/posts Follow us on Twitter http://www.twitter.com/thedailyconvo Music: -- AudioBlocks.com -- "Space Fighter Loop" Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/
Views: 392982 The Daily Conversation
Sea disappears mysteriously AGAIN in Brazil
 
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Views: 1964 Protect Mother Earth
São Paulo: South America's MEGACITY
 
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São Paulo, Brazil is the largest metropolis in the Americas and the economic engine of the world’s sixth most-populous country. Video by Bryce Plank Script help: Kiriana Cowansage Leonardo Cardozo Drone footage courtesy of: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UVa5-W6WGyw https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3Zz1-25Mv4M Information sources: https://books.openedition.org/iup/1364?lang=en https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Greater_S%C3%A3o_Paulo http://gestaourbana.prefeitura.sp.gov.br/wp-content/uploads/2015/02/Master_plan_english_version.pdf https://www.theguardian.com/cities/2015/feb/25/sao-paulo-brazil-failing-megacity-water-crisis-rationing https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=e5sYa8PlKxY https://www.washingtonpost.com/archive/politics/2000/07/04/sao-paulo-prosperity-poverty-and-corruption/15ebb0c4-4ecc-4179-9f18-9a3777ed494b/?utm_term=.cddfd1bd9571 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GqB-Q3BzHjc https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=L6uRP3L_0F0 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gZj1V40qjGI https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xflwYnqZCtg https://www.theguardian.com/cities/2017/nov/28/sao-paulo-water-amazon-deforestation The dramatic cliffs and endless beaches of Rio De Janeiro makes it the city that probably first comes to mind when you think of Brazil. But São Paulo, the largest metropolis in the southern hemisphere, is the true economic engine of the world’s sixth most-populous country. In 1554, Catholic missionaries - with the help of indigenous workers - built a small village perched 750 meters above sea level and 70 kilometers from the Atlantic coast. It was the only inland settlement in the country, a jumping off point for expeditions of conquerors, traders, and gold hunters. In the 1800’s, Brazil became the world’s leading coffee producer, but the farmers in Rio over-cultivated their soil, giving São Paulo an opening to become the country’s agricultural hub. As one of the few inland towns, it was closer than Rio to the plantations spread throughout the interior, and it was directly linked by rail to the port of Santos, making it the ideal junction for shipments of goods on their way to the coast for export. In 1888, Brazil’s businesses adapted to another significant change when Emperor Dom Pedro II - regarded by many as the greatest Brazilian to ever live - convinced his people to abolish slavery. With their captive labor force suddenly free, farmers and industrialists turned to immigrants from abroad. Today, as a result, São Paulo has the largest population of Italian descendants of any city on the planet, including Rome; the largest Japanese community outside of Japan; and - of course - significant numbers of Portuguese and Spanish. Many of these newcomers were skilled factory workers whose knowledge helped São Paulo emerge as a manufacturing capital during the industrial revolution and WWII. Over a period of less than 30 years, the city’s population exploded from 250,000 to 1 million. Steady growth continued through the century, passing Rio in 1960, and hitting 8.5 million in 1980. Today, the population of the megalopolis known as “Sampa” is over 20 million. In many ways it is a thriving global city with the largest stock exchange in Latin America; a vibrant culture with over 100 museums and dynamic performing arts spaces and beautiful parks. As part of futbol-crazed Brazil, it proudly hosted matches during the 2014 World Cup; and is making significant investments in the next generation, with 850,000 students enrolled in higher education courses. Unfortunately though, São Paulo’s rapid development has also taken a heavy toll, with four core problems rising above the rest. The city’s only major bodies of water are the Tiete and Pinheiros rivers. As the population grew, the government - plagued by inefficiency and corruption - struggled to meet demand for basic infrastructure. Without enough wastewater treatment plants, sewage from millions of people flowed directly into the rivers. Toxic waste from industrial facilities was dumped without limit. When new highways were built, the city laid them on the only continuous stretches of land left, the riverbanks, and then hid stretches of them behind walls. But even if you can’t always see the rivers, their stench doesn’t go away. When the Tiete is at it most-choked, it is a biologically deadzone as far as Barra Bonita, 260 km downstream. It wasn’t always this way. The rivers used to be gathering points for recreation--distant memories that are motivating current rehabilitation efforts, which include projects to treat 100% of all wastewater before it enters the Tiete, putting an end to all illegal dumping, and teaching people how to care for their rivers and streams. Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/thedailyconversation http://www.twitter.com/thedailyconvo peru obama noticias trump news al jazeera
Views: 238573 The Daily Conversation
Brazilian beaches threatened by global warming
 
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Measures to protect the planet from the effects of global warming are political and abstract for the leaders in Copenhagen, but very real for the residents of Brazil's Atlantic coast. Residents of one beachside town are watching helplessly as stretches of their sandy coastline disappear each year, claimed by the rise in sea levels. Duration: 01:36
Views: 817 AFP news agency
Teixeira de Freitas, Brazil, (z+c) sea level rise -135 - 65 m
 
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The video zooms in on the area around Teixeira de Freitas in Brazil, on an altitude-colored, relief-shaded map with present coastline outlined and any large cities (pop. over 250,000-300,000) marked, with the sea level rising from 135 m below present, like at the last glacial maximum, 21,000 years ago, to 65 m above present, like if all remaining ice sheets would melt, possibly 270 (cubic regression of NASA sea level data 1993-2018) - 10,000 (linear regression of post-glacial sea level) years into the future. The map is centered on 18°S 40°W, with a final 6° vertical field of vision, meaning a 1186x667 km2 area and 0.9 km/px resolution. Large cities in view (not flooded in parentheses): (Belo Horizonte), Serra, (Montes Claros), Vitória, (Governador Valadares). CC BY 4.0 SeaLevelRise.se, 2018, http://sealevelrise.se, rendered using custom PERL script, ImageMagick and FFmpeg, from open geodata, the GEBCO_2014 Grid, version 20150318, http://www.gebco.net , and cities15000 CC BY 4.0 GeoNames, 2018, http://www.geonames.org . The video is part of the collection Post-Glacial Sea Level Rise 2, https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL6SgRGKF7pUy1OPJIPKJ7ed0pzIX1jF9L
Views: 5 Magnuz64
Porto Alegre, Brazil, sea level rise -135 - 65 m
 
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The video shows the area around Porto Alegre in Brazil, on an altitude-colored, relief-shaded map with present coastline outlined, while the sea level rises from 135 m below present, like at the last glacial maximum, to 65 m above present, like if all remaining ice sheets would melt. The map is centered on 30°S 51°W, with a 6° vertical field of vision, meaning a 1186x667 km2 area and 0.9 km/px resolution. CC BY 2018 SeaLevelRise.se, http://sealevelrise.se, rendered using custom PERL script, ImageMagick and FFmpeg, from open geodata, the GEBCO_2014 Grid, version 20150318, http://www.gebco.net . The video is part of the collection Post-Glacial Sea Level Rise, https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL6SgRGKF7pUxGJDaZFX42AD-WThvESlMf
Views: 3 Magnuz64
Hanglider Hangliding in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil [POV] [HD] - Part 1 of 5
 
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Date & Time: Thursday March 19, 2009 @11:30 BRT Location: Tijuca Forest National Park - Rio de Janeiro, BRASIL Launch Ramp, Elevation: Pedra Bonita Peak, 520m /1700ft above Sea Level Landing, Elevation: São Conrado's Pepino Beach, Sea Level Soaring Conditions: Optimal temp 26°C /78°F, wind SSE @4-8mph, precip 0.0, visibility 9.5km /5.9mi Passenger Weight: 74kg /165lb (26kg /55lb less than max) Video Camera, Weight: Flip Video MinoHD F460B (1st Gen) w/4GB solid-state memory, 3.3oz pocket size Video Resolution, Codec: HD 1280 x720p, 16:9 WideScreen @30fps, H.264/MPEG-4 AVC Video Mount, Angle: No mount, hand-held This is a short clip from my maiden flight atop the largest mountain in Rio's plush Tijuca Forest - the only Tropical Urban Rainforest on the planet. To put this height into perspective, New York's Empire State Building has 102 stories and its roof is 380m /1250ft tall. The platform on the side of this mountain that I ran off with just a wing harnessed to me and my Instructor is 520m /1700ft above sea level - that's 139 stories, 37 stories higher than the Empire state building. The Instructor I'm going tandem with is Assad Júnior - he's been soaring off this exotic mountain since 1981 (see link below for his website). He's a very tranquil man with a demeanor that's 180 degrees opposite of the Instructor going tandem with my friend JM. He'll be running off the mountain and gliding through the sky with a rather high-strung Carioca who goes by the petulant insect name 'Mosquito', and he's so high-strung and animated the name fits him perfect. He's the Master Instructor and 'Best Glider' in Rio, with more years of experience and flights under his belt than anyone else (alive). He also works closely with Rio's BOPE Elite Squad, the equivalent of USA SWAT - as to what capacity he did not confess. I had no reason to question this man's greatness, but on this glorious Spring morning with heavenly flight conditions, my neurotic friend JM will prove to test his patience! After an hour drive through steep and winding forest roads we finally arrive at Pedra Bonita Peak, the launch site. Mosquito breaks everyone into small groups and begins to call one person at a time to suit up with a harness and emergency parachute. Then he brings us over to the Launch Ramp and takes us through a few practice runs from the back of the ramp to the front. But when you get to the front of the ramp and peek over the edge reality rushes in like a Tsunami and you start to question what you're doing up there. Mosquito's directions are magnificent, he explains everything he'll be doing, and everything you should NOT be doing. I understand, I get it, no Instructor wants a knuckle-head newbie to freak out during the run-off-the-cliff or while he's strapped into flight with you the entire decent. If you go down, he goes down, that's all he's concerned about. But the warnings and stories of doom freaked out my friend JM so much that he get nervous and started asking a lot of stupid questions the Mosquito had no time for. As a matter of fact, if Mosquito had been my Instructor these short videos I made would not exist, simply because he wouldn't have let me use the camera while flying with him. Note: In March 2009 'GoPro HD Hero' helmet cams did not exist, they came out seven months later in September. And when I told my Instructor Júnior I was going to record video he initially said no for these reason: (1) I have to keep both hands on the control bar at all times, (2) holding it might interfere with his steering, (3) it will probably fall out of my hand into the forest or ocean below, and finally (4) he has a video TAPE camera mounted to the glider frame and can sell me HIS TAPE when we're done for only US$25. Que? no habla Inglês! I don't care about low-quality video TAPE footage aimed at us strapped in when I have a state-of-the art compact digital HD video cam that can film my Point-Of-View (POV) exactly as I'm seeing everything. So I said, "Tranquilo Amigo, if my camera falls it falls, NO PROBLEMO. And it's so small it fits in the palm of my hand and won't interfere with your steering. I shoot a lot of sports videos in America and I brought it to Brasil just for this purpose :)" And the rest is history. During the 30 minute flight I shot a bunch of short scenes to remember the heavenly views I had. But I only kept the camera on briefly because I didn't want to worry Júnior while he was steering us around. LINKS: Assad Júnior http://www.hanglidingtour.com.br/ingles/english.htm http://hanglidingtour.com.br/ Pedra Bonita Gliding Ramp http://rio.wikia.com/wiki/Pedra_Bonita_Gliding_Ramp
Views: 49 Daniel Mahogany
WSO - Why is the Sea Still Receding in BRAZIL?  All Points to Planet X
 
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Views: 28631 WSO
Something big is going to Happen? Ocean mysteriously recedes from various beaches in Latin America
 
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Ocean water mysteriously receded from various beaches in Porto Alegre and Tramandai, Brazil and Punta del Este, Uruguay. A tsunami underway? Waters recede ahead of a tsunami, so you understand people running for their lifes, when they observed this phenomenon. When there are no signs of large quakes and tsunamis, weather specialists believe that offshore storms and wind direction may also trigger a similar effect. Click for More Climate Stories: https://goo.gl/577iVX Subscribe for latest Update: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCIloWx81MSxGMvwY8xP4cGA?sub_confirmation=1 Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/ProtectMearth Find us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/pmotherearth/
Views: 45966 Protect Mother Earth
Recife, Brazil, sea level rise -135 - 65 m
 
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The video shows the area around Recife in Brazil, on an altitude-colored, relief-shaded map with present coastline outlined, while the sea level rises from 135 m below present, like at the last glacial maximum, to 65 m above present, like if all remaining ice sheets would melt. The map is centered on 8°S 35°W, with a 6° vertical field of vision, meaning a 1186x667 km2 area and 0.9 km/px resolution. CC BY 2018 SeaLevelRise.se, http://sealevelrise.se, rendered using custom PERL script, ImageMagick and FFmpeg, from open geodata, the GEBCO_2014 Grid, version 20150318, http://www.gebco.net . The video is part of the collection Post-Glacial Sea Level Rise, https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL6SgRGKF7pUxGJDaZFX42AD-WThvESlMf
Views: 6 Magnuz64
Recife, Brazil, (z+c) sea level rise -135 - 65 m
 
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The video zooms in on the area around Recife in Brazil, on an altitude-colored, relief-shaded map with present coastline outlined and any large cities (pop. over 250,000-300,000) marked, with the sea level rising from 135 m below present, like at the last glacial maximum, 21,000 years ago, to 65 m above present, like if all remaining ice sheets would melt, possibly 270 (cubic regression of NASA sea level data 1993-2018) - 10,000 (linear regression of post-glacial sea level) years into the future. The map is centered on 8°S 35°W, with a final 6° vertical field of vision, meaning a 1186x667 km2 area and 0.9 km/px resolution. Large cities in view (not flooded in parentheses): Recife, Maceió, Natal, João Pessoa, Aracaju, (Campina Grande). CC BY 4.0 SeaLevelRise.se, 2018, http://sealevelrise.se, rendered using custom PERL script, ImageMagick and FFmpeg, from open geodata, the GEBCO_2014 Grid, version 20150318, http://www.gebco.net , and cities15000 CC BY 4.0 GeoNames, 2018, http://www.geonames.org . The video is part of the collection Post-Glacial Sea Level Rise 2, https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL6SgRGKF7pUy1OPJIPKJ7ed0pzIX1jF9L
Views: 4 Magnuz64
Teixeira de Freitas, Brazil, sea level rise -135 - 65 m
 
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The video shows the area around Teixeira de Freitas in Brazil, on an altitude-colored, relief-shaded map with present coastline outlined, while the sea level rises from 135 m below present, like at the last glacial maximum, to 65 m above present, like if all remaining ice sheets would melt. The map is centered on 18°S 40°W, with a 6° vertical field of vision, meaning a 1186x667 km2 area and 0.9 km/px resolution. CC BY 2018 SeaLevelRise.se, http://sealevelrise.se, rendered using custom PERL script, ImageMagick and FFmpeg, from open geodata, the GEBCO_2014 Grid, version 20150318, http://www.gebco.net . The video is part of the collection Post-Glacial Sea Level Rise, https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL6SgRGKF7pUxGJDaZFX42AD-WThvESlMf
Views: 4 Magnuz64
Couple playing in the fake cliff in Brazil
 
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At Tijuca National Park in Brazil the highest point is 355 meters above sea level. This couple seems crazy enough to take a picture like this but the reality is that is just a fake cliff with no dangerous risk at all. REF 14885 to license contact [email protected]
Ocean water mysteriously receded from beaches in Brazil and Uruguay
 
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Ocean water mysteriously receded from various beaches in Brazil and Uruguay. A tsunami underway?
Lost continent found off Brazil - Truthloader
 
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Japanese scientists working with local researchers have found traces of a lost continent off the coast of Brazil. A large block of granite has been found several kilometers below the surface, suggesting the area was once high above sea level. Subscribe to our channel: http://bit.ly/TRUsub More Truthloader Investigates: Robots to warn you if you smell: http://bit.ly/12x4UUO What has Star Trek done for us?: http://bit.ly/12rDRvj The fuel-free plane: http://bit.ly/ZXwZmh Should we be scared of peak oil?: http://bit.ly/17pjF1s Virgin Galactic's maiden flight: http://bit.ly/16wPG7F To space on nuclear bombs: http://bit.ly/11B5dT6 Who owns your DNA?: http://bit.ly/13v1C6M Space junk: What is it and why should we care?: http://bit.ly/ZqTTFp MK Ultra, Porton Down and government experiments: http://bit.ly/17GoLoA The Grinder Movement: DIY Cyborgs: http://bit.ly/YSYhza More videos from Truthloader: Syria's internet blackout and the propaganda war: http://bit.ly/12iBIC1 Anonymous - Can you stop an idea?: http://bit.ly/10txBot Plane crash caught on film in Bagram, Afghanistan: http://bit.ly/15vpxXx The 3D printed gun available for download: http://bit.ly/15nkXdO The sun explodes out solar mass ejection: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8i1pi0O_iNk Tax havens and offshore accounts around the world: http://bit.ly/YJWRGV What does Israel's airstrike on Syria mean for the Middle East?: http://bit.ly/10mRW9h Ten reasons bees are amazing: http://bit.ly/15vpxqo Guantanamo Bay - How did the US end up in Cuba?: http://bit.ly/ZTu6WY Check out our Top 20 videos playlist: http://bit.ly/V55Vna Follow us on Facebook: http://facebook.com/truthloader Follow us on Twitter: http://twitter.com/truthloader Read our reddit: http://reddit.com/r/truthloader Truthloader is a channel dedicated to citizen journalism. We find the best examples of crowd-sourced video and independent content, then use our expertise to add context and analysis. We respond to the stories you're interested in, so if you've got a story you'd love us to get to the bottom of, tweet us, Facebook us, or respond to our videos with a comment - and perhaps check out our reddit.
Views: 31177 Point
Brazil-Curitiba-train to Morretes
 
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The single-track line through the Serra do Mar is one of the highlights of Paraná. Opened in 1880, it was one of the biggest engineering challenges of the era. The track starts in Curitiba, 934 metres above the ocean, and ends in Morretes, just a couple of metres above sea level. The distance to Morretes is approximately 70 km and takes 3 hours. It is considered one of the most impressive train rides of the world through dense, lush tropical vegetation of the Atlantic Rain Forest, with breathtaking views of numerous bridges and landscapes. Serra do Mar Brazil's Serra do Mar is a mountain range that stretches from Espírito Santo in the north to Santa Catarina in the south. Until the arrival of the first European settlers, this region, covering 16% of Brazil's total area, was completely covered by Atlantic Rain Forest. Today only about eight percent of the original Atlantic Rain Forest area remains, but it is still the most species-diverse Rain Forest in the world. Seven percent of the world's known animal species and 25% of Brazil's plant species can be found in this area. Paraná alone has 12 million km2 of Atlantic Rain Forest covering the entire Serra do Mar and parts of the lowlands on the coast. The forest is dense and lush, with a rare beauty and richness of fauna and flora. Morretes é um município brasileiro na região litorânea do estado do Paraná. É uma cidade famosa por seus restaurantes, que vendem um prato típico da região chamado Barreado. Também possui muitos casarões antigos bem preservados, suas ruas e praças são bem arborizadas e limpas.
Views: 5594 PetrusPuck
Curitiba, Brazil, sea level rise -135 - 65 m
 
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The video shows the area around Curitiba in Brazil, on an altitude-colored, relief-shaded map with present coastline outlined, while the sea level rises from 135 m below present, like at the last glacial maximum, to 65 m above present, like if all remaining ice sheets would melt. The map is centered on 25°S 49°W, with a 6° vertical field of vision, meaning a 1186x667 km2 area and 0.9 km/px resolution. CC BY 2018 SeaLevelRise.se, http://sealevelrise.se, rendered using custom PERL script, ImageMagick and FFmpeg, from open geodata, the GEBCO_2014 Grid, version 20150318, http://www.gebco.net . The video is part of the collection Post-Glacial Sea Level Rise, https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL6SgRGKF7pUxGJDaZFX42AD-WThvESlMf
Views: 3 Magnuz64
LIVE MEGALODON ON CAMERA BRAZIL - real or fake?
 
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New "Real or Fakes" everyday on my Facebook. http://www.facebook.com/billschannel CHARLIE CHARLIE CHALLENGE WITH A WITCHDOCTOR https://youtu.be/6RNSKvOBMC0 Send "real or fake" picture and photos to [email protected] MORE ABOUT MEGALODONS Megalodon (Carcharocles megalodon), meaning "big tooth," is an extinct species of shark that lived approximately 23 to 2.6 million years ago (mya), during the Early Miocene to the end of the Pliocene. There has been some debate regarding the taxonomy of megalodon: some researchers argued that it was of the family Lamnidae and closely related to the great white shark, while others argued that it belonged to the extinct family Otodontidae; presently, there is consensus that the latter view is correct. Its genus placement, however, is still debated, with authors placing it in either Carcharocles, Megaselachus, Otodus, or Procarcharodon. The shark has made appearances in several media, such as the Discovery Channel's docufiction Megalodon: The Monster Shark Lives. Scientists suggest that megalodon looked like a stockier version of the great white shark (Carcharodon carcharias), though it may have looked similar to the basking shark (Cetorhinus maximus) or the sand tiger shark (Carcharias taurus). Regarded as one of the largest and most powerful fish to have ever lived, fossil remains of megalodon suggest that this giant shark reached a length of 18 meters (59 ft), though there are many other competing figures due to fragmentary remains; for example, 24 to 25 meters (79 to 82 ft). Their large jaws could exert a bite force of up to 110,000 to 180,000 newtons (25,000 to 40,000 lbf). Their teeth were thick and robust, built for grabbing prey and breaking bone. Megalodon probably had a profound impact on the structure of marine communities. The fossil record indicates that it had a cosmopolitan distribution. It probably targeted large prey, such as whales, seals, and giant turtles. Juveniles inhabited warm coastal waters where they would feed on fish and small whales. Unlike the great white which attacks prey from the soft underside, megalodon probably used its strong jaws to break through the chest cavity and puncture the heart and lungs of its prey. The animal faced competition from whale-eating cetaceans, such as Livyatan and ancient killer whales (Orcinus citoniensis), which likely contributed to its extinction. As it preferred warmer waters, it is thought that oceanic cooling associated with the onset of the ice ages, coupled with the lowering of sea levels and resulting loss of suitable nursing areas, may have also contributed to its decline. A reduction in the diversity of baleen whales and a shift in their distribution toward polar regions may have reduced megalodon's primary food source. The extinction of the shark appeared to affect other animals; for example, the size of baleen whales increased significantly after the shark had disappeared. Metadata for Geeks #billschannel #realorfake janitor fish Megalodon Sharks Discovery Channel Shark week
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rise in sea level along the Brazilian coast. (01)
 
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We are in the resort of Shangrila, the coast of Paraná State, southern Brazil. Our challenge is to organize an International NGO "Earth Day" with the initial goal of documenting the rise in sea level along the Brazilian coast. Create a network of environmental protection in Brazil, starting with the protection of the Sea Why the Sea? Because the sea is our greatest asset, 70% of the Earth and Sea The sea is the womb of our biological origins, we were born at sea, come from the sea, so we need to protect the Sea
Views: 113 Rui Saldanha
Macapá, Brazil, (z+c) sea level rise -135 - 65 m
 
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The video zooms in on the area around Macapá in Brazil, on an altitude-colored, relief-shaded map with present coastline outlined and any large cities (pop. over 250,000-300,000) marked, with the sea level rising from 135 m below present, like at the last glacial maximum, 21,000 years ago, to 65 m above present, like if all remaining ice sheets would melt, possibly 270 (cubic regression of NASA sea level data 1993-2018) - 10,000 (linear regression of post-glacial sea level) years into the future. The map is centered on 0°N 51°W, with a final 6° vertical field of vision, meaning a 1186x667 km2 area and 0.9 km/px resolution. Large cities in view (not flooded in parentheses): Belém, Macapá. CC BY 4.0 SeaLevelRise.se, 2018, http://sealevelrise.se, rendered using custom PERL script, ImageMagick and FFmpeg, from open geodata, the GEBCO_2014 Grid, version 20150318, http://www.gebco.net , and cities15000 CC BY 4.0 GeoNames, 2018, http://www.geonames.org . The video is part of the collection Post-Glacial Sea Level Rise 2, https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL6SgRGKF7pUy1OPJIPKJ7ed0pzIX1jF9L
Views: 5 Magnuz64
Macapá, Brazil, sea level rise -135 - 65 m
 
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The video shows the area around Macapá in Brazil, on an altitude-colored, relief-shaded map with present coastline outlined, while the sea level rises from 135 m below present, like at the last glacial maximum, to 65 m above present, like if all remaining ice sheets would melt. The map is centered on 0°N 51°W, with a 6° vertical field of vision, meaning a 1186x667 km2 area and 0.9 km/px resolution. CC BY 2018 SeaLevelRise.se, http://sealevelrise.se, rendered using custom PERL script, ImageMagick and FFmpeg, from open geodata, the GEBCO_2014 Grid, version 20150318, http://www.gebco.net . The video is part of the collection Post-Glacial Sea Level Rise, https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL6SgRGKF7pUxGJDaZFX42AD-WThvESlMf
Views: 6 Magnuz64
Salvador, Brazil, (z+c) sea level rise -135 - 65 m
 
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The video zooms in on the area around Salvador in Brazil, on an altitude-colored, relief-shaded map with present coastline outlined and any large cities (pop. over 250,000-300,000) marked, with the sea level rising from 135 m below present, like at the last glacial maximum, 21,000 years ago, to 65 m above present, like if all remaining ice sheets would melt, possibly 270 (cubic regression of NASA sea level data 1993-2018) - 10,000 (linear regression of post-glacial sea level) years into the future. The map is centered on 13°S 38°W, with a final 6° vertical field of vision, meaning a 1186x667 km2 area and 0.9 km/px resolution. Large cities in view (not flooded in parentheses): Salvador, Aracaju, (Feira de Santana), (Vitória da Conquista). CC BY 4.0 SeaLevelRise.se, 2018, http://sealevelrise.se, rendered using custom PERL script, ImageMagick and FFmpeg, from open geodata, the GEBCO_2014 Grid, version 20150318, http://www.gebco.net , and cities15000 CC BY 4.0 GeoNames, 2018, http://www.geonames.org . The video is part of the collection Post-Glacial Sea Level Rise 2, https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL6SgRGKF7pUy1OPJIPKJ7ed0pzIX1jF9L
Views: 3 Magnuz64
Fortaleza, Brazil, (z+c) sea level rise -135 - 65 m
 
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The video zooms in on the area around Fortaleza in Brazil, on an altitude-colored, relief-shaded map with present coastline outlined and any large cities (pop. over 250,000-300,000) marked, with the sea level rising from 135 m below present, like at the last glacial maximum, 21,000 years ago, to 65 m above present, like if all remaining ice sheets would melt, possibly 270 (cubic regression of NASA sea level data 1993-2018) - 10,000 (linear regression of post-glacial sea level) years into the future. The map is centered on 4°S 38°W, with a final 6° vertical field of vision, meaning a 1186x667 km2 area and 0.9 km/px resolution. Large cities in view (not flooded in parentheses): Fortaleza, Natal, (Teresina). CC BY 4.0 SeaLevelRise.se, 2018, http://sealevelrise.se, rendered using custom PERL script, ImageMagick and FFmpeg, from open geodata, the GEBCO_2014 Grid, version 20150318, http://www.gebco.net , and cities15000 CC BY 4.0 GeoNames, 2018, http://www.geonames.org . The video is part of the collection Post-Glacial Sea Level Rise 2, https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL6SgRGKF7pUy1OPJIPKJ7ed0pzIX1jF9L
Views: 2 Magnuz64
Salvador, Brazil, sea level rise -135 - 65 m
 
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The video shows the area around Salvador in Brazil, on an altitude-colored, relief-shaded map with present coastline outlined, while the sea level rises from 135 m below present, like at the last glacial maximum, to 65 m above present, like if all remaining ice sheets would melt. The map is centered on 13°S 38°W, with a 6° vertical field of vision, meaning a 1186x667 km2 area and 0.9 km/px resolution. CC BY 2018 SeaLevelRise.se, http://sealevelrise.se, rendered using custom PERL script, ImageMagick and FFmpeg, from open geodata, the GEBCO_2014 Grid, version 20150318, http://www.gebco.net . The video is part of the collection Post-Glacial Sea Level Rise, https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL6SgRGKF7pUxGJDaZFX42AD-WThvESlMf
Views: 6 Magnuz64
São Luís, Brazil, sea level rise -135 - 65 m
 
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The video shows the area around São Luís in Brazil, on an altitude-colored, relief-shaded map with present coastline outlined, while the sea level rises from 135 m below present, like at the last glacial maximum, to 65 m above present, like if all remaining ice sheets would melt. The map is centered on 3°S 44°W, with a 6° vertical field of vision, meaning a 1186x667 km2 area and 0.9 km/px resolution. CC BY 2018 SeaLevelRise.se, http://sealevelrise.se, rendered using custom PERL script, ImageMagick and FFmpeg, from open geodata, the GEBCO_2014 Grid, version 20150318, http://www.gebco.net . The video is part of the collection Post-Glacial Sea Level Rise, https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL6SgRGKF7pUxGJDaZFX42AD-WThvESlMf
Views: 3 Magnuz64
São Luís, Brazil, (z+c) sea level rise -135 - 65 m
 
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The video zooms in on the area around São Luís in Brazil, on an altitude-colored, relief-shaded map with present coastline outlined and any large cities (pop. over 250,000-300,000) marked, with the sea level rising from 135 m below present, like at the last glacial maximum, 21,000 years ago, to 65 m above present, like if all remaining ice sheets would melt, possibly 270 (cubic regression of NASA sea level data 1993-2018) - 10,000 (linear regression of post-glacial sea level) years into the future. The map is centered on 3°S 44°W, with a final 6° vertical field of vision, meaning a 1186x667 km2 area and 0.9 km/px resolution. Large cities in view (not flooded in parentheses): Belém, São Luís, (Teresina). CC BY 4.0 SeaLevelRise.se, 2018, http://sealevelrise.se, rendered using custom PERL script, ImageMagick and FFmpeg, from open geodata, the GEBCO_2014 Grid, version 20150318, http://www.gebco.net , and cities15000 CC BY 4.0 GeoNames, 2018, http://www.geonames.org . The video is part of the collection Post-Glacial Sea Level Rise 2, https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL6SgRGKF7pUy1OPJIPKJ7ed0pzIX1jF9L
Views: 3 Magnuz64
Porto Alegre, Brazil, (z+c) sea level rise -135 - 65 m
 
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The video zooms in on the area around Porto Alegre in Brazil, on an altitude-colored, relief-shaded map with present coastline outlined and any large cities (pop. over 250,000-300,000) marked, with the sea level rising from 135 m below present, like at the last glacial maximum, 21,000 years ago, to 65 m above present, like if all remaining ice sheets would melt, possibly 270 (cubic regression of NASA sea level data 1993-2018) - 10,000 (linear regression of post-glacial sea level) years into the future. The map is centered on 30°S 51°W, with a final 6° vertical field of vision, meaning a 1186x667 km2 area and 0.9 km/px resolution. Large cities in view (not flooded in parentheses): Porto Alegre, Florianópolis, (Caxias do Sul), (Posadas), Pelotas, Novo Hamburgo. CC BY 4.0 SeaLevelRise.se, 2018, http://sealevelrise.se, rendered using custom PERL script, ImageMagick and FFmpeg, from open geodata, the GEBCO_2014 Grid, version 20150318, http://www.gebco.net , and cities15000 CC BY 4.0 GeoNames, 2018, http://www.geonames.org . The video is part of the collection Post-Glacial Sea Level Rise 2, https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL6SgRGKF7pUy1OPJIPKJ7ed0pzIX1jF9L
Views: 1 Magnuz64
Fortaleza, Brazil, sea level rise -135 - 65 m
 
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The video shows the area around Fortaleza in Brazil, on an altitude-colored, relief-shaded map with present coastline outlined, while the sea level rises from 135 m below present, like at the last glacial maximum, to 65 m above present, like if all remaining ice sheets would melt. The map is centered on 4°S 38°W, with a 6° vertical field of vision, meaning a 1186x667 km2 area and 0.9 km/px resolution. CC BY 2018 SeaLevelRise.se, http://sealevelrise.se, rendered using custom PERL script, ImageMagick and FFmpeg, from open geodata, the GEBCO_2014 Grid, version 20150318, http://www.gebco.net . The video is part of the collection Post-Glacial Sea Level Rise, https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL6SgRGKF7pUxGJDaZFX42AD-WThvESlMf
Views: 6 Magnuz64
Curitiba, Brazil, (z+c) sea level rise -135 - 65 m
 
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The video zooms in on the area around Curitiba in Brazil, on an altitude-colored, relief-shaded map with present coastline outlined and any large cities (pop. over 250,000-300,000) marked, with the sea level rising from 135 m below present, like at the last glacial maximum, 21,000 years ago, to 65 m above present, like if all remaining ice sheets would melt, possibly 270 (cubic regression of NASA sea level data 1993-2018) - 10,000 (linear regression of post-glacial sea level) years into the future. The map is centered on 25°S 49°W, with a final 6° vertical field of vision, meaning a 1186x667 km2 area and 0.9 km/px resolution. Large cities in view (not flooded in parentheses): (São Paulo), (Curitiba), (Campinas), (São José dos Campos), (Sorocaba), (Londrina), Joinville, Florianópolis, Santos, (Piracicaba), (Bauru), (Jundiaí), (Ciudad del Este), (Maringá), Blumenau, (Foz do Iguaçu), (Ponta Grossa), (Limeira), (Cascavel), (Taubaté). CC BY 4.0 SeaLevelRise.se, 2018, http://sealevelrise.se, rendered using custom PERL script, ImageMagick and FFmpeg, from open geodata, the GEBCO_2014 Grid, version 20150318, http://www.gebco.net , and cities15000 CC BY 4.0 GeoNames, 2018, http://www.geonames.org . The video is part of the collection Post-Glacial Sea Level Rise 2, https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL6SgRGKF7pUy1OPJIPKJ7ed0pzIX1jF9L
Views: 4 Magnuz64
Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, (z+c) sea level rise -135 - 65 m
 
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The video zooms in on the area around Rio de Janeiro in Brazil, on an altitude-colored, relief-shaded map with present coastline outlined and any large cities (pop. over 250,000-300,000) marked, with the sea level rising from 135 m below present, like at the last glacial maximum, 21,000 years ago, to 65 m above present, like if all remaining ice sheets would melt, possibly 270 (cubic regression of NASA sea level data 1993-2018) - 10,000 (linear regression of post-glacial sea level) years into the future. The map is centered on 23°S 43°W, with a final 6° vertical field of vision, meaning a 1186x667 km2 area and 0.9 km/px resolution. Large cities in view (not flooded in parentheses): (São Paulo), Rio de Janeiro, (Campinas), (Ribeirão Preto), (São José dos Campos), (Sorocaba), (Juiz de Fora), Santos, Serra, Campos dos Goytacazes, (Piracicaba), (Jundiaí), Vitória, (Franca), (Limeira), (Petrópolis), (Taubaté). CC BY 4.0 SeaLevelRise.se, 2018, http://sealevelrise.se, rendered using custom PERL script, ImageMagick and FFmpeg, from open geodata, the GEBCO_2014 Grid, version 20150318, http://www.gebco.net , and cities15000 CC BY 4.0 GeoNames, 2018, http://www.geonames.org . The video is part of the collection Post-Glacial Sea Level Rise 2, https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL6SgRGKF7pUy1OPJIPKJ7ed0pzIX1jF9L
Views: 7 Magnuz64
यहां चलती है साँपों की हुकूमत / Snake island brazil
 
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This Terrifying Brazilian Island Has the Highest Concentration of Venomous Snakes Anywhere in the World : Brazil’s Ilha de Queimada Grande is the only home of one of the world’s deadliest, and most endangered, snakes frrom Iguazu Falls to Lençóis Maranhenses National Park, there are some breathtakingly beautiful places in Brazil. Ilha da Queimada Grande, located about 90 miles off the São Paulo coast, seems like another one of those beautiful places—at first glance. Almost every Brazilian knows about the island, but most would never dream of going there—it's infested with between 2,000 and 4,000 golden lancehead vipers, one of the deadliest snakes in the entire world. These vipers' venom can kill a person in under an hour, and numerous local legends tell of the horrible fates that awaited those who wandered onto the shores of "Snake Island." Rumor has it a hapless fisherman landed onto the island in search of bananas—only to be discovered days later in his boat, dead in a pool of blood, with snake bites on his body. From 1909 to the 1920s, a few people did live on the island, in order to run its lighthouse. But according to another local tale, the last lighthouse keeper, along with his entire family, died when a cadre of snakes slithered into his home through the windows. Although some claim the snakes were put on the island by pirates hoping to protect their gold, in reality, the island's dense population of snakes evolved over thousands of years—without human intervention. Around 11,000 years ago, sea levels rose enough to isolate Ilha da Queimada Grande from mainland Brazil, causing the species of snakes that lived on the island—thought to most likely be jararaca snakes—to evolve on a different path than their mainland brethren. The snakes that ended up stranded on Ilha da Queimada Grande had no ground level predators, allowing them to reproduce rapidly. Their only challenge: they also had no ground level prey. To find food, the snakes slithered upward, preying on migratory birds that visit the island seasonally​ during long flights. Often, snakes stalk their prey, bite and wait for the venom to do its work before tracking the prey down again. But the golden lancehead vipers can't track the birds they bite—so instead they evolved incredibly potent and efficient venom, three to five times stronger than any mainland snake's—capable of killing most prey (and melting human flesh) almost instantly
Views: 161713 Baagi Boy
The Sea Mysteriously Disappears In Brazil & Uruguay- Pole Reversal Underway?
 
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As the Sea mysteriously disappears in Brazil & Uruguay the South Atlantic Anomaly is growing and mysterious pulses from Antarctica increase. Is a pole shift underway?
Elections in Brazil: The rise of the far-right's Jair Bolsonaro
 
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Subscribe to France 24 now: http://f24.my/youtubeEN FRANCE 24 live news stream: all the latest news 24/7 http://f24.my/YTliveEN Brazil's far-right presidential candidate has vowed to put the country first. This as Jair Bolsonaro prepares to go head-to-head with the left's Fernando Haddad in the run-off on October 28. Bolsonaro's policies have been controversial, but he insists he won't be changing his tone just to win more votes. Meanwhile, Venezuela faces international calls for a "transparent investigation" into the death of Fernando Alban. The 52-year-old lawmaker died while in pre-trial detention. Caracas insists he threw himself from the 10th floor of state intelligence headquarters, a claim the opposition denies. Finally, residents on an island in Louisiana are set to become the United States' first climate refugees. Due to rising sea levels, the Isle de Jean Charles is rapidly vanishing. The population will be rehoused at a town nearby over the next four years. http://www.france24.com/en/taxonomy/emission/18023 Visit our website: http://www.france24.com Subscribe to our YouTube channel: http://f24.my/youtubeEN Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/FRANCE24.English Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/France24_en
Views: 7982 FRANCE 24 English
The Little Mermaid - Under the Sea (Brazilian Portuguese + English translation)
 
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NEWS!!!: I've started a blog about Brazilian culture and colloquial Brazilian Portuguese language! :D http://brazilspill.blogspot.ca/ Disney's Brazilian version of the song "under the Sea" from their film The Little Mermaid.
Views: 45148 PaddySnuffles
Methane in the Arctic, Sulfur Dioxide from Brazil, Galapagos Islands & Hawaii (June 20, 2018)
 
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Margo shares a weekly update of greenhouse gas levels around the world, along with temperatures and melting Arctic sea ice. https://atmosphere.copernicus.eu/charts/cams/methane-forecasts?time=2018061700,3,2018061703&projection=classical_north_pole&layer_name=composition_ch4_surface http://www.climatereanalyzer.org/ https://www.yr.no/kart/#lat=72.26175&lon=91.49414&zoom=3&laga=bakgrunn&proj=900913 https://www.metric-conversions.org/temperature/celsius-to-fahrenheit.htm Margo's website: http://margoshealingcorner.com
Mystery Sea goes back hundreds of meters Caraguatatuba,Brazil 14 08 2017
 
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Mystery Sea goes back hundreds of meters Caraguatatuba,Brazil 14 08 2017
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Brazil vs. France | Highlights | Mens World Championship 2018
 
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Хочешь быть в курсе самых свежих событий волейбола Подписывайся на телеграмм канал https://tlgg.ru/Game_Volley Ruse, Bulgaria, September 13, 2018 - Full hall, amazing rallies and great volleyball! The clash of titans between Brazil and France turned in a real masterpiece and left more than 4500 spectators in “Arena Monbat” breathless. The current Olympic champions were three points behind in the final tie-break but managed to come back and to achieve second victory in Pool B after 3-2 (25-20, 25-20, 20-25, 23-25, 15-12) in this heroic battle. About the FIVB The FIVB is the governing body responsible for all forms of volleyball on a global level. Working closely with national federations and private enterprises the FIVB aims to develop volleyball as a major world media and entertainment sport through world-class planning and organization of competitions, marketing and development activities. The FIVB is part of the Olympic Movement, contributing to the success of the Olympic games. YouTube FIVB Volleyball - https://www.youtube.com/user/videoFIVB VKontakte - https://vk.com/fivb_volleyball Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/fivbvolleyball/ Twitter - https://twitter.com/fivbvolleyball Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/FIVB.InternationalVolleyballFederation
Views: 235948 Titans Volleyball
Ocean Water disappears from beaches in Guaratuba Brazil
 
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This is the fourth time that such an anomalous tidal effect is recorded along the Atlantic coast of Brazil and prior of Uruguay. And I doubt that each time a giant hurricane the power of Irma was the cause. I haven’t heard of any. So what’s going on along the Atlantic’s South American coast? The Atlantic water receding phenomenon started in August 2017 in Uruguay, than in Brazil. But there are no giant storms off the coast. There is nothing sucking up the water. There is no reason, or a tsunami. So why is the water disappearing mysteriously? Where is it all going? It seems that something else, another mysterious ocean phenomenon, is playing a major role in Southern America.
Brazil vs. Russia | Highlights | Final 6 Mens World Championship 2018
 
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Хочешь быть в курсе самых свежих событий волейбола Подписывайся на телеграмм канал https://tlgg.ru/Game_Volley Turin, Italy, September 26, 2018 - A fresh start with heavy points at stake, a clash of superstars that gave the fans in Turin a significant taste of the Final Six: Brazil and Russia opened the last FIVB World Championship round in a very intense challenge, decided at the tie break, 3-2 (20-25, 21-25, 25-22, 25-23, 15-12) for the Rio 2016 Olympic champions. The 9,000-strong Italian crowd at Turin's Pala Alpitour responded with big participation, as Russia dominated the first half of the match and Brazil fought back. Backup setter William Arjona was key in Brazil's comeback, sent in by coach Renan Dal Zotto after two lost sets and eager to exploit the chance: two aces and a clever strategy allowed Wallace De Souza to accumulate 22 points after a shocking start, with all three wing spikers neutralized by the Russian block (3 out of 20 in the first set). Russia kept control of the first line for two sets (9 blocks to 1) before losing track of the Brazilian spikers; Dmitry Volkov (23 points) was the offensive leader as both Egor Kliuka and Maxim Mikhaylov lacked precision (three attacking errors each). An ace by Lucas Saatkamp was the first breaker of the tie break (5-4) and Mikhaylov responded (5-6), before Wallace completed his personal comeback from a negative first set by dominating the central part of the fifth. About the FIVB The FIVB is the governing body responsible for all forms of volleyball on a global level. Working closely with national federations and private enterprises the FIVB aims to develop volleyball as a major world media and entertainment sport through world-class planning and organization of competitions, marketing and development activities. The FIVB is part of the Olympic Movement, contributing to the success of the Olympic games. YouTube FIVB Volleyball - https://www.youtube.com/user/videoFIVB VKontakte - https://vk.com/fivb_volleyball Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/fivbvolleyball/ Twitter - https://twitter.com/fivbvolleyball Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/FIVB.InternationalVolleyballFederation
Views: 242812 Titans Volleyball
Video Matinhos the beach, the coast of Paraná, southern Brazil
 
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Sea level rise - environment - environmental protection - biodiversity - ecosystems - global warming Video Matinhos the beach, the coast of Paraná, southern Brazil www.die-of-terra.blogspot.com EARTH DAY - INTERNATIONAL NGO
Views: 86 Rui Saldanha
Matinhos beach, the coast of Paraná, southern Brazil
 
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Sea level rise - environment - environmental protection - biodiversity - ecosystems - global warming Matinhos beach, the coast of Paraná, southern Brazil www.dia-da-terra.blogspot.com EARTH DAY - INTERNATIONAL NGO
Views: 125 Rui Saldanha
Brazil Stars Having To Use Oxygen Masks With Bolivia On a Pitch Almost 12,000ft Above sea-level
 
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France v Brazil - Group 1: 2016 FIVB Volleyball World League
 
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Watch the live stream of the FIVB Volleyball World League 2016 here! About the FIVB Volleyball World League 2016 With 36 teams competing across three groups, the 2016 FIVB Volleyball World League, the 27th edition of the event, is the biggest ever in the history of the tournament. The world's premier annual men's volleyball tournament began with just eight countries, who took part in the inaugural competition in 1990. In 1991 the number of teams had risen to 10, while 12 nations competed from 1992-2000 and 2004-05. The field featured 16 teams from 2001-2003 and 2006-2012. 2013 saw 18 different countries compete, with that increasing to 28 in 2014 and 32 in 2015 before reaching the new high of 36 for 2016.The records continue as the FIVB Volleyball World League enters its 26th edition which is set to be the biggest ever in the history of the tournament. http://worldleague.2016.fivb.com/ About the FIVB The FIVB is the governing body responsible for all forms of volleyball on a global level. Working closely with national federations and private enterprises the FIVB aims to develop volleyball as a major world media and entertainment sport through world-class planning and organization of competitions, marketing and development activities. The FIVB is part of the Olympic Movement, contributing to the success of the Olympic games. http://www.fivb.com/ https://www.facebook.com/FIVB.InternationalVolleyballFederation/ http://www.twitter.com/FIVBVolleyball https://www.youtube.com/user/videoFIVB
Views: 268371 FIVB Volleyball

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