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Australian scientists have for the first time pinpointed the precise location of a mysterious burst of radio waves that originated in another galaxy.
According to a release by the Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organization or CSIRO, researchers in a world’s first have identified the exact location of a great one-off rupture of cosmic radio waves.
New Atlas reported that fast radio bursts are one of the most perplexing mysteries of the space age. So what in the galaxy are they and why haven’t their origins been located before?
Fast radio bursts, or FRBs, are millisecond-long signals which are known to repeat. However, most are single burst, making them extremely challenging to localize. They come from all corners of the universe and were discovered in 2007, with 85 of them since detected. Nobody has been able to understand where they’re coming from or what’s causing them, until now.
An Australian led team of astronomers have now located the galaxy from where one of these FRB waves originated, some 3.6 billion light-years away. The discovery was made using CSIRO’s new Australian Square Kilometre Array Pathfinder, a radio telescope in Western Australia.
CSIRO lead author Keith Bannister said, “This is the big breakthrough that the field has been waiting for since astronomers discovered fast radio bursts in 2007.
So, how has this new technology allowed them to localize the radio signal?
The Australian Square Kilometre Array Pathfinder is a design of multiple dish antennas. The burst had to travel a different distance to contact each dish, thus reaching them all at a somewhat different time, allowing for pinpoint accuracy.
Adam Deller of Swinburne University of Technology said, “From these tiny time differences — just a fraction of a billionth of a second — we identified the burst’s home galaxy and even its exact starting point, 13,000 light years out from the galaxy’s center in the galactic suburbs.”
The cause of the burst remains unknown.
1. A fast radio burst is emitted from deep space
2. Scientist try to identify the source
3. ASKAP antennas absorb radio wave information
4. ASKAP antennas identify the location of the burst
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“According to a release by the Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organization or CSIRO, researchers in a world’s first have identified the exact location of a great one-off rupture of cosmic radio waves.”
“Fast radio bursts, or FRBs, are millisecond-long signals which are known to repeat. However, most are single bursts, making them extremely challenging to localize. They come from all corners of the universe and were discovered in 2007, with 85 of them since detected. Nobody has been able to understand where they’re coming from or what’s causing them … until now.”
“An Australian led team of astronomers have now located the galaxy from where one of these FRB waves originated, some 3.6 billion light-years away. The discovery was made using CSIRO’s new Australian Square Kilometre Array Pathfinder, a radio telescope in Western Australia.”
“The Australian Square Kilometre Array Pathfinder is a design of multiple dish antennas. The burst had to travel a different distance to contact each dish, thus reaching them all at a somewhat different time, allowing for pinpoint accuracy.”
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تعرف كيف يضيف الحاسوب الارقام في درس واحد في داحل الحاسوب ستجد اللوحة الام اللوحة الام تتصرف كالهيكل داخل السيارة تعطي جميع المكونات شيء تتصل به على اللوحة الام هناك المعالج الدقيق معظم المتحكمات الدقيقة تحتوي في الاعلى على مقلل حرارة لمنع الحرارة الزائدة اذا ازلت المتحكم الدقيق ونظرت اسفله سترى الكثير من الاسلاك البارزة تصل من ثقوب في اللوحة الام الى المتحكم الدقيق الاساسي المتحكم الدقيق مصنوع من مناطق مختلفة والتي تقوم بأمور مختلفة مثل اضافة او تخزين الارقام هذه المناطق غالبا مصنوعة من شيء واحد الترانزيستور هاهو توضيح ثلاثي الابعاد لأحدها قاعدة الترانزستور مصنوعة من شبه موصل والذي يوصل الكهرباء في بعض الاحيان ويمنعها بأحيان اخرى شبه الموصل لديه مناطق مشحونة بشحنة موجبة ومناطق مشحونة بشحنة سالبة الكهرباء لن تتدفق بين المناطق الصفراء الا اذا فتحت المنطقة الخضراء الموصله المنطقة الموصلة ستفتح في شبه الموصلة اذا وضعت مادة موصلة كالمعدن في اعلى الفجوة مغطاة بمادة عازله كالزجاج ومشحونة بالكهرباء لكي تتدق الكهرباء في القناة الموصلة بين المنطقتين الصفراء يجب ان يكون هناك مصدر و مصب(مخرج) بكلمات اخرى مدخل ومخرج هاذان مصنوعان ايضا من الموصلات عالمعد اذا كان المدخل مشحون فلا يمكن للمخرج ان يشحن الا اذا كانت البوابة وهي القطعة التي في المنتصف مشحونه اذا كانت البوابة مقتوحة فهي تفتح القناة الموصلة قي شبه الموصل سامحة للكهرباء ان تتدفق الى المصدر الي الجانب الاخر من شبه الموصل وصلا للمصب الأمر المبدع بهذا الشأن انه لا يوجد قطع متحركة وانت تستخدم الكهرباء وحدها للتحكم بالكهرباء في اماكن اخرى الفكرة كانت استخدامها في صنع البوابات المنطقية على سبيل المثال إذا كان لديك موصلين وتقوم بتوصيل كهرباء لمدخل كل موصل ومن ثم قم بإضافة مفتاح لكل من البوابات ومن ثم اسمح للمخارج بالتدفق مباشرةً الى مصباح لقد قمت بصنع بوابة "أو" والتي لها هذا الرمز قم بفتح المفتاح الأيسر أو قم بفتح المفتاح الأيمن أو حتى كليهما، فتحصل على انارة من المصباح إذا قمت بتغيير طريقة التوصيل، بحيث مخرج الموصل الأول يوصًل بمدخل الموصل الثاني: فبذلك تكون قد أنشأت بوابة "و" والتي لها هذا الرمز بواسطة بوابة "و" إذا قمت بفتح المفتاح لأيسر فقط، فالمصباح لن ينير. لأن الكهرباء القادمة من الموصل الأول قد توقفت عند الموصل الثاني. إذا قمت بفتح المفتاح الأيسر فقط، فإن المصباح لن ينير. لأنه لا يوجد كهرباء تتدفق من الموصل الأول لتصل الى مدخل الموصل الثاني. لذلك فإن المصباح لا ينير يجب على كلى المفتاحين أن يكونو مدارين ليكون المخرج مفتوح كذلك مفتوح و مغلق يمكن تمثيلها بواسطة المفاتيح ك: مغلق (0) و مفتوح (1) سيان مع مصباح الإنارة، مفتوح و مغلق، صفر و واحد أصفار و أوحاد هي لغة الحاسوب وهم يقومون بصناعة نظام الترقيم الخاص بهم المدعى "النظام الثنائي" أو البايناري فلنبدأ العد بواسطة نظام العد العشري، ونقوم بملاحظة أي رقم ثنائي نصادفه بلغة أخرى، أي رقم يحمل صفر وواحد فيه! لذلك لنبدأ فإننا نسجل الصفر لأنه به صفر او واحد وأيضاً الواحد يجب أن نتجاوز الأرقام العشرية الأخرى حتى نصل الى الرقم 10 و أحد عشر يصلح أيضاً إثنى عشر لا تصلح أيضاً باقي الأرقام في الحقيقة الأن يجب علينا أن نقفز على العشرات لأننا لن نحصل على صفر او واحد حتى الرقم 100 ومن بعد ذلك 101 تصلح ثم لاشيئ حتى الرقم 110 و 111 ولن نصادف واحد و صفر مجدداً حتى نصل الى الرقم 1000 حسناً فالنحرك تلك ال1000 الى الأسفل ونستمر في عد الأعداد الثنائية
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left our t-minus 10 seconds yeah nah hey six five four three two one we have ignition you decoe beta india chance pekopon choker chapter top bar Yochai he said uh pitas the moon the spatial object that has captured hearts and imaginations for as long as we can remember the key to our past and the way to the future the world has always been fascinated with the moon and we have paid our closest neighbor many visits over the past century 1959 Soviet Union's Luna 2 was the first man-made object to reach the moon 1966 Luna 9 made the first ever soft landing on the moon and in July 1969 the world held its breath as Apollo 11 became the first manned mission to land on the moon between 1969 and 1970 224 people traveled to the moon and 12 of them could come back to tell us what it was like to stand on new ground and as we watched all of this in all we knew we had to leave our mark – on 22nd October 2008 India turned a new leaf in her space program the chandrayaan-1 was launched during its magnificent tenure the mission reported a remarkable discovery we found water on the moon and nothing was ever going to be the same again chandrayaan-1 gives science a whole new perspective drawing attention and awards but for us the journey had just begun it was our first step in exploring a world that explains our only it was the start to answers mankind has always been asking for over 10 years thousands of people from across the country came together for one dream India's next big expedition we're all set are you we are built to go to the moon capturing the imagination of millions of Indians to explore a new world a new home Gendry on to is a three-in-one mission of this row born but the you are Rao's satellite center in Bengaluru in addition to me the orbiter are my other two family members alanda vikram anna rover program my creators spend years of hard work to prepare me and my family for a mission of potential discoveries and challenges we are all geared up for Tintin – it opens up a new era of do not exploration our journey to the moon will be on GSLV mark 3 the mightiest rocket ever built by India enabled by a powerful cryogenic stage GSLV Mach 3 will inject us into a highly elliptical orbit around the earth as we approach the vicinity of the moon we will be captured by its gravity while my family detaches from me – softly land on the moon I will keep a constant vigil on them from the top our plan is to explore the unexplored regions closer to they do not southport this mission will help us better understand the origin and evolution of the moon there are many experiments we plan to conduct while dating the moon this is the beginning Tamar quest to unravel the mysteries of the moon
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Views:4412|Rating:3.98|View Time:10:Minutes|Likes:39|Dislikes:10 This is the first part of my refutation of the First Cause argument for the existence of a god. In this video I will play a clip from an apologetic mostly in full. This way we can understand the argument before I refute it. I did edit the clip mostly taking out blank noise to allow it to fit in the 10 minute time frame. However I did take out one sentence in his argument around his rain:clouds, author:books example because he was repeating the same thing twice slightly different- also it allow me to put in more sassy remarks in the beginning of the video.
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15th century Europeans believed they had hit upon a miracle cure: a remedy for epilepsy, hemorrhage, bruising, nausea and virtually any other medical ailment. It was a brown powder known as “mumia,” and was made by grinding up mummified human flesh. But just how common is human cannibalism, and how do cultures partake in it? Bill Schutt explores the complex history of cannibalism.
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15th century Europeans believed they had hit upon a miracle cure: a remedy for epilepsy, hemorrhage, bruising, nausea, and virtually any other medical ailment. This brown powder could be mixed into drinks, made into salves or eaten straight up. It was known as mumia and made by grinding up mummified human flesh. The word "cannibal" dates from the time of Christopher Columbus; in fact, Columbus may even have coined it himself. After coming ashore on the island of Guadaloupe, Columbus' initial reports back to the Queen of Spain described the indigenous people as friendly and peaceful— though he did mention rumors of a group called the Caribs, who made violent raids and then cooked and ate their prisoners. In response, Queen Isabella granted permission to capture and enslave anyone who ate human flesh. When the island failed to produce the gold Columbus was looking for, he began to label anyone who resisted his plundering and kidnapping as a Caribe. Somewhere along the way, the word "Carib" became "Canibe" and then "Cannibal." First used by colonizers to dehumanize indigenous people, it has since been applied to anyone who eats human flesh. So the term comes from an account that wasn't based on hard evidence, but cannibalism does have a real and much more complex history. It has taken diverse forms— sometimes, as with mumia, it doesn't involved recognizable parts of the human body. The reasons for cannibalistic practices have varied, too. Across cultures and time periods, there's evidence of survival cannibalism, when people living through a famine, siege or ill-fated expedition had to either eat the bodies of the dead or starve to death themselves. But it's also been quite common for cultures to normalize some form of eating human flesh under ordinary circumstances. Because of false accounts like Columbus's, it's difficult to say exactly how common cultural cannibalism has been— but there are still some examples of accepted cannibalistic practices from within the cultures practicing them. Take the medicinal cannibalism in Europe during Columbus's time. Starting in the 15th century, the demand for mumia increased. At first, stolen mummies from Egypt supplied the mumia craze, but soon the demand was too great to be sustained on Egyptian mummies alone, and opportunists stole bodies from European cemeteries to turn into mumia. Use of mumia continued for hundreds of years. It was listed in the Merck index, a popular medical encyclopedia, into the 20th century. And ground up mummies were far from the only remedy made from human flesh that was common throughout Europe. Blood, in either liquid or powdered form, was used to treat epilepsy, while human liver, gall stones, oil distilled from human brains, and pulverized hearts were popular medical concoctions. In China, the written record of socially accepted cannibalism goes back almost 2,000 years. One particularly common form of cannibalism appears to have been filial cannibalism, where adult sons and daughters would offer a piece of their own flesh to their parents. This was typically offered as a last-ditch attempt to cure a sick parent, and wasn't fatal to their offspring— it usually involved flesh from the thigh or, less often, a finger. Cannibalistic funerary rites are another form of culturally sanctioned cannibalism. Perhaps the best-known example came from the Fore people of New Guinea. Through the mid-20th century, members of the community would, if possible, make their funerary preferences known in advance, sometimes requesting that family members gather to consume the body after death. Tragically, though these rituals honored the deceased, they also spread a deadly disease known as kuru through the community. Between the fictionalized stories, verifiable practices, and big gaps that still exist in our knowledge, there's no one history of cannibalism. But we do know that people have been eating each other, volunteering themselves to be eaten, and accusing others of eating people for millennia.
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When you watch installments of the Warner Bros. line of Lego movies, it’s hard not to be struck by how realistic the animation is. It isn’t quite traditional stop motion — but it sure looks as if it could be. That’s largely thanks to the work of the animators at Animal Logic, a Sydney-based visual effects studio that has worked on The Lego Movie, The Lego Batman Movie, and the upcoming The Lego Ninjago Movie. Powered by live action filming techniques and a close attention to detail, the studio has helped reinvent what Lego animations can look like. But they owe a lot of that aesthetic to the influence of fan films. Since the early 1970s, enthusiasts have made home movies with their own Lego sets. They’re called Brickfilms — and they’ve grown into a sizable community producing great movies and helping many young animators get their start. The Lego Movie animators learned from what made those home movies so good by embracing the limitations of the medium, and creating a world that anyone could could rebuild at home.
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This is a 20-minute VHS tape about a LEGO character called Jack Stone. When it came out in 2001, it was the first real computer-animated Lego movie. … but it hasn’t aged that well. "Incredible!" "Fantastic." Thirteen years later, The Lego Movie looked like this: Let’s watch that again. This is 2001. "There you have it." And this is 2014. "Yes, that's me." That is a huge difference. Here’s how they made it happen. “My name is Grant Freckelton, I’m a production designer at Animal Logic.” He’s overseen the animation style of movies like Legend of the Guardians, 300, and more recently, The Lego Movie, with co-directors Chris Miller and Phil Lord. “Chris and Phil were determined to sort of make sure the audience was confused about what they were seeing. You know is it actually stop motion, or is it CG film?” And that became a big debate. Before the movie came out, there was a lot of conversation about whether the movie was stop motion or computer animation. "It is, I would say 99% CG animation, but it respects the rules of stop motion animation, and is designed to emulate that style.” To understand what made that style so unique, you have to look back at what Lego movies used to look like. Early productions for themes like Bionicle, Star Wars, and Batman helped establish the whimsical feel of Lego movies — but the animation didn’t fit the physics of the toy itself. “There was this tendency to sort of treat the plastic like it was flexible rubber, which meant that the characters could flex and move a lot more than they might be able to in real life.” That style is typical of more traditional computer animation, like what you’d expect to see in a Pixar movie. Take a shot like this, for example. The background isn’t made of actual blocks, plastic limbs are bending in ways they couldn’t, and the faces are a bizarre blend of skin-like texture and Lego geometry. It doesn’t look like a scene you could make at home with your own Legos. Compare that to scenes from The Lego Movie, where everything — gunshots, smoke, water, fire, explosions, clouds, even mud on the camera lens — are all made up of Lego pieces as they look in real life. “We respected the hardness of the plastic by not necessarily bending on the elbow, which you can’t do on a real Lego minifig.” That means that any movement you see onscreen simulates the adjustment or replacement of an individual Lego piece. A joint or facial expression will never actually bend or stretch — it’ll either move slightly or be replaced by another piece. Early Lego movies lacked that level of discipline. They struggled because they fought back against the limitations of the medium instead of embracing them. But the creators of the Lego Movie saw things differently. “Characters that have limitations force you to find solutions and charming ways of doing things in different ways. I mean, look at R2-D2: he’s like, the ultimate limited character, he’s basically a bin with wheels that makes beeping noises, and that’s all he's got to work with. And yet he’s a really charming character and everybody loves him. Same with BB-8. And other characters. Same with the Muppets, they’re essentially sock puppets with googly eyes that you don't really have much control over. But it’s from those limitations that you actually get a lot of charm.” Every now and then, the Lego movie animators would let some joints overextend slightly to make room for a nod or a shrug of the shoulders… But overall, sticking to the plastic rule made for a believable movie. You can freeze frame any part of the Lego Movie and look at a scene that you could practically make at home. “We were always trying to echo and hark back to how a child might make a film. So we would alternate between thinking like responsible filmmakers working on a large-budget Warner Brothers animated film, and then we would suddenly approach a scene as if we were like a kid animating in their basement.” But the history of Lego movies actually does start with kids animating in their basements. In 1973, two Danish cousins, aged 10 and 12, shot a short film called Journey to the Moon on Super 8 film. They made it for their grandparents’ 50th wedding anniversary — and it’s widely considered to be the first time anyone made a motion picture with Lego blocks. Note that the “people” in this film are just little cylinder blocks — this was before any version of the minifigure design came out. Movies like this came to be known as “Brickfilms.” When fans were making these at home, they shot them in traditional stop motion. Footage was usually shot “on twos,” which meant that they would take 12 pictures — adjusting the characters every other frame — to make one second of film. Shooting “on ones” meant taking 24 pictures per second — this was usually reserved for making faster movements like running look smoother. When the Danish cousins sent their movie to the managing director of the Lego Group, they were rewarded with a tour of the Lego factory and sent home with large Lego sets. But Lego hasn’t always had the most positive reaction to homemade fan films like this one. Between 1985 and 1989, a teenage animator named Lindsay Fleay worked on a 16-minute short called The Magic Portal. He used borrowed equipment to shoot it in his parents’ basement. Before entering festivals and competitions, Fleay sent the film to Lego to see if they were interested in doing something with it. At first, Lego responded with a letter of approval. But soon, the company started expressing legal concerns and issued a letter demanding Fleay surrender all copies of the film within seven days. Lego ultimately backed down, but Fleay had already missed out on most major film festivals by then. Fleay actually went on to work at Animal Logic. He left before production on Lego projects began, but his movie had a huge influence on the world of Brickfilms. “If you look at the live action portion of The Lego Movie, you'll see Finn, the little kid, holds up a sort of cardboard tube and across the side is written Magic Portal." The Lego Movie, of course, was a huge technical feat. There are 15,080,330 animated Lego pieces and 182 unique minifigures in the movie. Early mockups of buildings and vehicles were drafted on a free software called Lego Digital Designer Later on, in the animation software Maya, each brick was given profiles for fingerprints, dents, seam lines, scratches, and dust. It’s hard to imagine what The Lego Movie would be if it weren’t for the legacy of these early home experiments. Where most animated films use soft lighting modeled after paintings, The Lego Movie’s lighting was harsh, replicating the actual lamps that animators like Fleay used. Playful non-stop motion interludes — like levitation via fishing line — were part of Journey to the Moon long before they appeared in The Lego Movie. Even the final break from the Lego world into the real world to meet a human creator parallels The Magic Portal really closely. Ah, my film! It’s easy to miss on-screen, but The Lego Movie pays tribute to fan films in the background of this scene — these four clips are shorts submitted by fans. “Look at all these things that people built!” The homage was a nod to the fans. By doing that, the movie embraced the idea that amateur creators matter — and sometimes, the way they handle source material is far better than the way major studios are used to doing it. If you want to try any of this at home, you can actually use the same software that the animators of The Lego Movie used. It’s called Lego Digital Designer, it’s totally free off the internet. When I talked to Grant Freckelton, he challenged me to make this sort of pig-drawn carriage. I tried. I got the pigs, I got the wheels, but not much else. It’s very, very difficult.
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the human brain the human brain controls all the bodily functions and works like a network that releases messages to different parts of the body an average human brain weighs about three pounds it has many folds and roots which are used for storing and passing information the brain is protected with the help of the bones of the skull the meninges are a cushioned layer of membrane which along with the cerebrospinal fluid protect the brain the brain is divided into three parts known as the forebrain the midbrain and the hind brain the forebrain is the largest and most complex part of the brain it consists of folds and roots and is also referred to as the cerebrum the forebrain contains information related to human intelligence memory personality emotions speech and the ability to feel the mood the cerebrum is again divided into two parts the left hemisphere and the right hemisphere the left hemisphere is considered to be logical analytical and objective and the right hemisphere is thought to be more intuitive creative and subjective the midbrain acts as the master coordinator of all the messages going in and coming out of the brain to the spinal cord and is located underneath the middle of the forebrain the hind brain consists of the cerebellum and medulla and it sits underneath the backend of the cerebrum the cerebellum is responsible for balanced movements and coordination the cerebellum means little brain in Latin the pons and the medulla along with the midbrain are often called the brainstem it sends out and coordinates all of the brain's messages it also controls other automatic bodily functions like breathing heart rate blood pressure swallowing digestion and blinking of the eyes the different centers of the brain help us to form different activities the cerebrum helps us in new of our body involuntary actions like the heartbeat breathing and swallowing are controlled with the help of the medulla
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This documentary covers the process and the present scenario of the Ittar Craft.
Ittr or Ittar or Attar, is a natural-oil perfume sold worldwide – famous mostly in Arab countries because there are no alcoholic contents in it. Kannauj is the only place in the world where ‘ittr’s are made, thereby owning the name – “The Perfume City of India”.
Submitted as an entry to the International Film Festival organized by the World Crafts Council (www.worldcraftscouncil.org)
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Alright, so I don't know if you guys ever played around with a chemistry set, when you were a kid I know it's not the 1930's, chemistry sets aren't exactly all the rage these days But growing up, my cousin David, he had a chemistry set And for the record, he did have normal toys too He didn't just have a bunch of toys from the great depression "Hey, you guys wanna play with my TinkerToys?" "I got these stick and a hoop that we can have fun with!" So we're in his room, and we crack open this chemistry set And we're over there with our beakers and our test tubes Looking like a Nickelodeon version of Breaking Bad There's all these vials and chemicals included And we don't know anything about chemistry And we sure as hell not gonna read the instructions, like some kind of loser "Look, I've watched a couple episodes of Beakman's World, alright?" "I practically have my PhD in chemistry, for Christ's Sake" We can't even pronounce the names of half the chemicals we were using "Potassium.." "Potassium.. PAAAA.." "Oh, boy.. uh.. Pamaa.." "Oh, boy.. uh.. Pamaa.. Pome.. Pomegranate!" "Potassium pomegranate! Yeah, that's it! Sounds pretty tasty!" *Gulp-gulp-gulp* [Thud] So we decided to do what any kids would do And we mixed all the chemicals together in one beaker I'm not sure what we were trying to accomplish "We're about to find a cure for cancer with this $12 chemistry set!" No, we sure as hell didn't make that But what we did make, was the color blue Euuwww, fancy! We're breaking some new ground here! Somebody publish us in a scientific journal! "Ladies and gentlemen! I've gathered you all here today to announce.." ".. that at our state-of-the-art laboratory, also known as David's bedroom" "We have figured out how to create the color blue!" *Crowd gasping* "Oh my God!" "They're geniuses! Somebody get them a medal!" So there we are, standing there with our blue concoction We're not really sure what to do with it "Maybe if we drink it, we can turn into X-men" "Yeah, or maybe we'll get diarrhea for a week" "Not really somethin' I wanna gamble on!" So we get bored with it and we take our stupid blue potion And just dump it out in the middle of David's driveway Well, imagine to our surprise That this puddle of blue starts to stain the driveway So David starts flipping out Because his dad's gonna be home from work soon He's gonna get home He's gonna get home See this big-ass blue stain on the driveway And he's gonna lose his goddamn mind! "Wait, Dad, I can explain!" *cocks the gun and shoots* Because David's dad loves his driveway! His favourite room in the whole house was the garage And the driveway is like the front yard of the garage He wants to keep it looking nice There was one time we were shooting bottle rockets down the driveway like a couple assholes And David's dad came out and yelled at us But he didn't yell at us for shooting bottle rockets at people's houses, no He yelled at us, because we were doing it in his precious driveway! "Ah, what the hell!" "Don't be doing that in the driveway!" "Go blows your hands up in the street or somethin'!" So at this point David goes and gets the garden hose And he starts spraying the blue puddle of water But this doesn't help, it just spreads it around Now the whole goddamn driveway's blue! "Holy hell, David, you are gonna die!" "Your driveway's smurf blue for Chist's sake!" It's a pretty unique color for a driveway Make a pretty great landmark, if you're giving somebody directions to your house "So, when you turn down that street.." ".. just keep going until you see.. the stupid-ass cotton candy blue driveway!" "You really can't miss it!" So in sheer panic David runs in his house, and grabs the bottle of dish soap off the counter Now both of us are on our fours in the driveway With a bottle of Palmolive Scrubbing away like Little Orphan Annie But this isn't working either And you know why? Because dish soap works on dishes! Not on blue driveways! It even says on the bottle, for Christ's Sake! Well, what the hell are we supposed to do now? Maybe we can camouflage it somehow You know, just like.. park a bunch of bikes and scooters out there Maybe set the bushes on fire, that would draw his attention, right? Nope, too late. David's dad pulls up in front of the house We just stand there in the front yard, accepting our fate David's over there, he's got a blindfold on, and a cigarette hanging out of his mouth His dad walks up, he takes one look at us And then he looks over to his stupid aquamarine driveway Then he looks back at us And he's like: "David and the boyzzz.. What are you guys doing out here?" "Uuhh.. nothing" "You guys want some hotdogs?" "Uh, yeah, hotdogs.. sounds good" "Alright, I'm gonna make some hotdogs" And then he just walked away! Never said anything about the driveway! "What the hell was that all about?" "He's seen the driveway, right? There no way he could miss it!" "You can see this damn thing from outer space, what the hell happened?" Maybe David's dad just didn't feel like dealing with our bullshit that day Or maybe he just wanted some hotdogs! I don't know. But what I do know Is David's driveway did turn back to normal after a couple of days It didn't turn into some stupid national landmark, like we thought it was gonna "It's amazing! Take my picture with it!" *Camera shutter clicking* So David probably knocked ten years off his lifespan that day From sheer anxiety, thinking he was about to get murdered by his own dad But instead we got to eat hotdogs "Get your red hots!" Talk about a happy ending https://brewstew.com Special thanks to: [These wonderful people] & All the other patrons! https://patreon.com/brewstew https://teespring.com/stores/brewstew https://facebook.com/brewstewcom https://twitter.com/brewstewfilms
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In a world that judges people by their number, Zero faces constant prejudice and persecution. He walks a lonely path until a chance encounter changes his life forever: he meets a female zero. Together they prove that through determination, courage, and love, nothing can be truly something.
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Lindim të gjithë nga e njëjta materie Por, nuk lindim të tërë të barabartë Kush do të jesh? Çfarë do të bëhesh? Disa njerëz lindin për të udhëhequr e ndryshuar jetët e popujve të tyre Të tjerë për të qenë mediokër, të kalojnë pa u vënë re Por për disa Jeta është një betejë e vazhdueshme që ofron zero mundësi Atëherë, si mundet asgjëja… të bëhet diçka? Vetëm në shkollë Zeros i kushtohej vëmendje Aty mori mësime të rëndësishme rreth vlerës që do të kishte në shoqëri E që për të ishte e ndaluar të shumëzohej Ndonjëherë Zero ndjehej si një numër shumë më i rëndësishëm Por fëmijët donin vetëm t’i kujtonin se Zero mbetet Zero pavarësisht se nga cila anë drejtohej Teksa Zero rritej, ndjehej gjithnjë e më i vetmuar Pavarësisht defekteve të tij numerike, Zero e dinte që kishte diçka për të ofruar Zero nuk i lejonte kurrë situatat e këqija ta vinin përposh… Ai nuk donte të ishte numër negativ Zero ishte zgjuar edhe herë të tjera me plagë e lëndime në trup… Por këtë herë ishte ndryshe Për herë të parë Zero nuk po ndjehej më i vetmuar Në prani të shoqes së tij të re, ai ndjehej po aq i rëndësishëm sa një Tre… Madje sa një Katër Por ndjesia më e mrekullueshme Ishte ajo e përkatësisë Një jetë e tërë vetmie tashmë ishte tretur në të shkuarën Së bashku me mendimin se dashuria e tyre ishte e ndaluar Teksa bota vazhdonte pa të Zero pyeste veten sesi do të mund t’ia bënte pa dashurinë e tij? Foshnja mbante shenjën e infinitit Numri më i madh e më i respektuar që njerëzit kishin parë ndonjëherë Zero e kuptoi atëherë që nga asgjëja… Ai pat krijuar diçka me të vërtetë të mrekullueshme Fillimi Translated by: Translated by: Mars Gj.
Views:131430|Rating:4.93|View Time:10:Minutes|Likes:1615|Dislikes:22 Based on the book by Norton Juster from 1963, this 1965 short film won the Academy Award for Animated Short Film. Created by classic animation artist Chuck Jones, the story was inspired by a the Victorian novella “Flatland: A Romance of Many Dimensions,” in which the protagonist visits a one-dimensional universe called Lineland, where women are dots and men are lines.
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once upon a time there was a sensible straight line who was hopelessly in love with a Dalton you're the beginning and the end the hub of the corn the quintessence he told a tenderly but the frivolous dot wasn't a bit interested for she only had eyes for a wild and unkempt squiggle who never seemed to have anything on his mind at all singing and dancing and frolicking and laughing and laughing and Lord knows what else he's so gay and free so uninhibited and full of joy she cried rapturously and you're as stiff as a stick Dow conventional and repressed tired and famine subdued smothered and stifled squashed squashed and quenched why take chances the line argued without much conviction I'm dependable steady consistent I know where I'm going I've got dignity but this was small consolation for the miserable light each day he grew more and more morose he stopped eating or sleeping and before long was completely on edge his worried friends noticed how terribly thin and raw he was and did their best to cheer him up she's not good enough for you she lacks depth look alike anyway why don't you find a nice straight line and settled down but he hardly heard a word they said for anyway he looked at her she was perfect he saw things in her that no one else could possibly imagine she's more beautiful than any straight line I've ever seen his side wistfully but even allowing for his feelings this was probably stretching a point and so he spent his time dreaming of the inconstant dot and imagining himself as the forceful figure she was short but not the line as a celebrated daredevil the line is a leader in world affairs the line is a fearless law enforcement agent the line is a potent force in the world of art the line is an international sportsman he soon grew tired of self-deception and decided that perhaps the squirrel might have had the answer after all I lack spontaneity I must learn to let go to be free to express the inner passion at me but it didn't make any difference for no matter how often or how hard he tried he always ended up the same way and yet he continued trying and failing and trying again until when he had all but given up he discovered at last that with great concentration and self-control he was able to change direction and Bend wherever he chose so he did and made an angle and then again and made another and then another and then another and then another and then another odd stuff is shouted much impressed with his efforts and in a wild burst of enthusiasm set up for half the night putting on an outrageous display of size bends and hands freedom is not a license for chaos observed the next morning oh what a head there and then he decided not to squander his talents in cheap exhibitionism for months he practiced in secret soon he was making squares and triangles hexagons parallelogram rhomboids polyhedrons trapezoids parallel pipe heads decagon spectrograms added infinite number of other shapes so complex but he hadn't let his sides and angles to keep his place the for long he'd learned to carefully control ellipses circles and complex curves and to express himself in any shape he wished you name it I all plate but all his successes meant nothing to him alone and so off he went to seek the dot once again you would gain method the squiggle a voice that sounded like bad plumbing you don't stand a chance but the line was bursting without love a new confidence and he was not to be denied for now he was dazzling clever mysterious versatile night profound enigmatic complex and compelling the duct was overwhelmed she giggled like a schoolgirl know what to do with her hands then she turned to the squiggle hood suddenly developed a severe famine well she inquired trying to give him every chance the school taken by surprise did the best he could is that all she demanded I guess so replied the miserable squiggle that is I suppose so what I mean is I never know how it's going to turn out hey have you heard the one about the two guys who wondered why she'd never noticed how Harry and course he was how untidy and graceless and how he mispronounced his ELLs and picked the herb and suddenly she realized that what she thought was freedom and joy was nothing but anarchy and sloth you are as meaningless as a melon she said coolly undisciplined unkempt an unaccountable insignificant indeterminant and inadvertent out of shape out of place with that she turned to the line and shyly took his arm do the one with all the funny curves again honey she could softly and he did and soon they did and lived if not happily ever after at least reasonably so
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