Category: Fun–or–AMAZING Stuff!

(video) The Lord’s Prayer: ‘Forgive us our sins’ – Christopher Frost

BEAUTIFUL & REFRESHING!!!

Filmed in Wales with a Canon 6D and 70D with Samyang 24mm f/1.4, Samyang 50mm f/1.4, and Canon 85mm f/1.8 lenses.

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The Lord’s Prayer: (5/6) ‘Forgive us our sins’

(video) Dr. Nick Begich: How To Break The Zombie Trance — “Be the light, even in the dark places!” • Connecting with each other eyes to eyes

I know Nick, but haven’t seen him for awhile. He’s clearly doing great! At age-58 with Rob Dew in Austin, Texas. Positive solutions!!!

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“Be the light, even in the dark places!”

– Nick Begich

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Dr. Nick Begich: How To Break The Zombie Trance

(video) Findings Confirming the Bible – Greatest Biblical Archaeology Discoveries of All Time: Red Sea Crossing • Noah’s Ark • Mt. Sinai • Gomorrah • Ark of the Covenant — Ron Wyatt made no money from his adventures

Important point at 1:22:30 — The famous, so-called sightings of Noah’s Ark on the actual mountain of Ararat were false. Mt. Ararat is a volcano that formed years after the flood.

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Findings Confirming the Bible – complete – The Greatest Biblical Archaeology Discoveries of All Time

(video) Young Redwoods, Whakarewarewa Forest – New Zealand!

The Redwoods, Whakarewarewa Forest

 

(2 min video) Magnificent Giant Tree: Sequoia in a Snowstorm | National Geographic

Magnificent Giant Tree: Sequoia in a Snowstorm | National Geographic

 

(1 hr video) Richard Preston, author of ‘The Wild Trees: A Story of Passion and Daring,’ tells the story of Steve Sillett, who discovered a mysterious world hidden in the canopy biosphere of the largest and tallest organisms in the world above California

Fuzzy picture, but fascinating talk!

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Wild Trees: Uncharted Canopy Biosphere of Redwoods

 

(video animation) What’s hidden among the tallest trees on Earth? – Story of Steve Sillett’s bold (if not a little dangerous) exploration of the canopy of an ancient Redwood

What’s hidden among the tallest trees on Earth? – Wendell Oshiro

 

(video) View from the Treetops | National Geographic — How do you SCALE A GIANT whose lowest branches can be 200 feet off the ground? • Steve Sillett: “It MAKES YOU REALIZE there’s something MUCH GREATER than yourself, SO MUCH VASTER than you”

Blurry footage from NatGeo, but it’s Steve Sillett!

Clip from: “Climbing Redwood Giants,” a 1 hour, NatGeo documentary

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Peter Coyote (narrator): “How do you scale a giant whose lowest branches can be 200 feet off the ground?”

Steve Sillett: “If you’re lucky enough to get up into the crowns of one of these trees, it puts your own insignificant existence in perspective. It makes you realize that there’s something much greater than yourself, so much vaster than you.”

Transcribed by Jeff Fenske

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View from the Treetops | National Geographic

 

(video) Steve Sillett, PhD. Sequoia/Redwood Canopy Research, Humboldt State U

Footage is somewhat blurry, but Steve is the man!

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Steve Sillett, PhD. Sequoia/Redwood Canopy Research, Humboldt State