• Kids vocabulary – Growing a Tree – Learn English for kids – English educational video
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    Kids vocabulary – Growing a Tree – Learn English for kids – English educational video

    English singsing Growing a Tree This is an apple tree. This is a seed. First, we plant the seed. Then, the seed sprouts. A tree absorbs water through its roots. As the tree grows, the trunk becomes thicker and harder. This tree has many branches. Leaves grow on the branches. Wow, the flowers have bloomed! The petals have fallen from the tree. This tree bears good fruit Can that apple become a tree, too? Review

  • BRUTALLY Honest Craft Room Tour 🧵 Where Do I Sew??? New House Edition
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    BRUTALLY Honest Craft Room Tour 🧵 Where Do I Sew??? New House Edition

    this room has some promise I just don’t know what that promise is welcome friends this is gonna be a bit of a weird and definitely more cache version of the Sewing Report so welcome I’m Jen this channel is all about sewing crafts and DIY projects it’s been a while since I’ve shot one of these but since I just finished up a few videos I thought I would do one plus I’m waiting for a very exciting pizza delivery and we moved in the past few months I thought I would shoot my new crafting sewing areas they spill out into quite a few rooms in the house…

  • Red Cedar Christmas Tree Event
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    Red Cedar Christmas Tree Event

    I’m Linda Lehrbaum. and I am the program manager for Kansas City Wildlands Which is a program of Bridging the Gap. My name is Matt Garrett. I’m a biologist for the Johnson County Park and Recreation District. We’re here today with our native cedar tree event. What is involved is folks come out to remove cedar trees. This is a native species But it’s very invasive on Prairie lands and grasslands Once the fire and mowing has been stopped. So folks come out they help us to take down these invasive, Cedars and They get to take home a fun cedar tree for their Christmas tree. This is a unique…

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    Huge WW2 ROCKET discovered in the Ardennes Forest!

    Right guys, we found a very big object here. This is going to be interesting. (dramatic music) (electronic music) We’re back again in the Ardennes. This is a very iconic environment. A lot of stuff happened in the Second World War. And yeah, let’s hope we’re going to find some of that history. I’m just doing some digging here on the edge of this very neat foxhole. And you’ll see some nice rock formation here. They used that for cover. And yeah, it’s quite a big dugout. Probably, there were two or three men in here. And actually right there, in the back, there’s more dugouts, more positions. So there’s…

  • ✳️How To Control Pollution Causes By Plastics
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    ✳️How To Control Pollution Causes By Plastics

    Hello friends welcome to hacker om Few days aqo we visited delhi to study about pollution We saw a huge mountain of garbages You can see that truck is looking very small Most of the garbages are plastics of this mountain That takes about 1000 years to biodegrade To take shots of air pollution my elder brother decided to go to top of this mountain You see he is going One thing you can see here that about one to two trucks of garbages are coming every minutes Bhaiya reached at the top of this mountain You can delhi’s air pollution from here This garbage mountain is releasing a black…

  • Plastic Pollution Beach Cleanup at the LefkoGaia Recycle Project
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    Plastic Pollution Beach Cleanup at the LefkoGaia Recycle Project

    Plastic Pollution. Lefkas (Lefkada) is an amazing island on the west coast of Greece. We lived here on our boat in a part that was surrounded by wetlands and salt flats. So without a car we walked and cycled everywhere. We also discovered the huge amount of wildlife that lived here such as swans, flamingos, egrets, ducks as well as turtles, butterflies and amphibians. We also found a lot of rubbish including plastic which was polluting this special environment. Some was just washed up along the coast and the rest seemed to be dumped. It looked like people would drive into the wetlands and offload their rubbish rather than take…

  • Coding Challenge #14: Fractal Trees – Recursive
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    Coding Challenge #14: Fractal Trees – Recursive

    Hello welcome to another coding challenge in this coding challenge [I] am going to build from Scratch in Javascript a fractal tree And I’m gonna do kind of you know you can see once we’ve made once this video is over And I’ve made one example of it You can see sort of variety of images here of things you might be able to make from it And you’ll also see that there are [a] few different follow up videos after this one that show other techniques for generating trees in different ways but let’s just get started first by let me just draw you a diagram to sort of…

  • Fast Sci Fi Interior Space Environment [Blender 2.8]
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    Fast Sci Fi Interior Space Environment [Blender 2.8]

    hey this is Kev with blender binge coming at you with another tutorial this time we’re gonna be creating a cool sci-fi interior reminiscent of like the Borg so it’s gonna be fun it’s gonna be cool and you’re gonna love it let’s go so the first thing I’m gonna do is I’m gonna get rid of the cube yeah cube get it joke fun and I’m gonna start creating my environment so to do that I’m gonna create a torus so the first thing I’m going to do here is hit shift a or I can go up to the ad over here either one doesn’t matter and go…

  • How to Get Out of a Toxic Relationship (with the Environment) – Scratching the Surface
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    How to Get Out of a Toxic Relationship (with the Environment) – Scratching the Surface

    Ladies, this is an intervention. You might be in a toxic relationship. Not with the dude who only texts you at 3am on a Friday. This relationship is with the environment. And this reason for this toxicity is you. But don’t worry, we’re gonna help you salvage this relationship and become the Environment’s BAE in no time! (wheeee!) Periods On average a woman will use 16,000 sanitary items in her lifetime. That’s 7 billion artificially-fragranced, extra-softened, flexi-winged, mega-thickened, ultra-widened with dual sim card – wait -no that can’t be right… Basically, a bunch of non-biodegradable stuff that ends up in landfills each year. But greening your period is easy if…

  • Waterloo students react to retro environmental technology (Happy holidays!)
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    Waterloo students react to retro environmental technology (Happy holidays!)

    Okay! What is it? I guess these are some kind of magnifying glasses… maybe? …measurements, or something? This looks like a bunch of rulers. Does this say the elevation? It spins around! Oops! I mean the first thing that comes to mind is one of those math geometry sets. So, it looks like you need to set it down and make sure it’s level. …not really seeing anything here! This has gotta be, probably about as old as my mom. 1960s? 60 to 70 years old, maybe? I have no clue what this is! So this item is called a sling psychrometer. You can equate the two temperature readings to…