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06:46:21
The Super Blood Wolf Moon Eclipse LIVE!! January 20, 2019
The moon will pass through Earth's shadow tonight in the only total lunar eclipse of 2019 and you won't want to miss it! If you do, you'll have to wait two years for the next one. And if you're in North America, you'd have to wait even longer, until 2022! The partial stage of the lunar eclipse begins at 10:34 p.m. EST Sunday night (0334 GMT Monday morning) with the total eclipse beginning at 11:41 p.m. EST (0441 GMT Monday morning). Totality lasts for about an hour, and then the moon will exit the partial eclipse phase at 1:51 a.m. EST Monday morning (0651 GMT). FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/pkspaceimaging/ TWITTER: https://twitter.com/PKSpaceImaging The best way to support what we do is getting yourself one the T-shirts below. Please Keep Foul Language To Yourself. This is a science based channel. We do realize that there is a certain sect of people that believe in a Earth Other than Round or a rogue planet that doesn't exist. This is not a channel that subscribes to ANY of those theories. We do not feel the need to entertain, debate, or give an audience to anyone who believes those theories to be true. If you believe those things, congratulations. Feel free to talk about them with like minded individuals on your own channels or channels with the same beliefs as yourself. We would rather keep this channel scientific with proven data than subscribe to the pseudo-science that is pushed by so many other YouTube Channels. No matter what you believe, we wish EVERYONE the very best in this vast search for truth. Paul and I stream the moon to the world to help educate and give people a rare look at the moon that they may have never seen and to look for anomalies that otherwise would not be seen. We would be doing this whether we have 1 viewer or 1 million viewers. We do this as a service to those who, like us, are natural explorers and want to learn and converse about Earth's only natural satellite... Luna A.K.A The Moon. Scope Operation: Paul- Miami FL Celestron 4" Telescope Meade 12" 305mm LX90 Meade 10" Scope Celestron 8"HD Celestron CPC 10" Scope Celestron CPC 11" Scope Meade 12" (3800) 80mm ED Carbon Fiber For Wide Field Viewing Celestron 130mm Refractor Medium Coronado 40mm, 480 focal length Solar Scope Completely Custom Broadcasting Camera **plus some secret attachments :)** Imaging and Optics: Keith- Pennsylvania YouTube Operation, Social Media Manager NASA OnEarth Imaging software FITS (Flexible Image Transport System) Software DON 3.1 Stellarium (For cross referencing) Nasa EYES (For cross referencing) (These are not all used during streaming, some are used in Post and/or Setup)
3 0   55   Alaska
05:12
How to Install a French Drain
http://www.learningconstruction.com Step by Step Tutorials: French drains are often installed around a home foundation in two different ways: Buried around the foundation wall on the external side of the foundation Installed underneath the basement floor on the inside perimeter of the basement In most homes, an external French drain or drain tile is installed around the foundation walls before the foundation soil is backfilled. It's laid on the bottom of the excavated area, and a layer of stone is laid on top. In many cases, a filter fabric is then laid on top of the stone to keep fine sediments and particles from entering. Once the drain is installed, the area is backfilled and the system is left alone unless it clogs. While an external French drain can operate for ten years or more without the need for maintenance, it's prone to clogging without any warning and can eventually lead to a flooded basement. When there is no filter fiber, sediments can make their way through the stone as years pass and clog the drain, and when the filter fabric is present, that can instead clog with sediments. It may be wise to provide cleanouts, much as is done with sanitary sewers, to provide access for inspection with a camera snake. Also, a French drain that is not installed with a sump pump counts on gravity alone to drain foundation water, and if the house is not located on a hill or near a steep incline, finding this slope can be problematic. Additionally, maintenance on an external French drain involves expensive exterior excavation, which includes removal of walkways, shrubberies, porches, gardens, and anything else along the perimeter. Installing a French drain around the inside perimeter is most commonly done after the house has been built. Most commonly, this is done in response to a wet basement or right before performing a basement finishing. To install this kind of drain, the perimeter of the basement floor is jackhammered down to the footing and the cement is removed. A layer of stone is laid down, and a perforated drain pipe is laid on top of it. Water is collected from the basement wall floor joint as it enters, and a pump is installed to remove water from the house and away from the foundation. Once completed, the area, save for a 2 in (5.1 cm) gap around the edge, is cemented over. This gap exists to allow water in from the basement walls. This can be installed very quickly—one to two days by an experienced crew. The system is easy to maintain once installed, and the sump pump will need annual maintenance to perform properly. An interior French drain is much less likely to clog than an exterior, partially due to the fact that it is not sitting underneath several feet of soil. Interior French drain installation is an effective way to waterproof a basement but requires the use of a sump pump. Many contractors will install plastic sump pumps that can quickly break down or neglect to install a battery backup sump pump, making the basement vulnerable to flooding during power outages. Sump pumps should be installed with a battery backup system in a proper sump liner of 20 US gal (76 L) size or larger to prevent the sump from having too little water and turning on and off continuously. French drain has evolved significantly from its origins- starting off as a hand-dug ditch, moving on to ceramic tile, PVC pipe, and eventually to the new French drain innovations on the market like WaterGuard and Grate Channel. Each new system is able to address weaknesses of the old as the French drain continues to improve and evolve. For example, whereas Henry French used chippings of tree bark to provide anti-microbial properties, an anti-microbial additive can now be included in the material of the plastic channel.
0 0   99   Alaska
03:59
Pipeline Welding (Mainline)
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0 0   13   Alaska
02:56
Specialized FAT Boy FAT Bikes Core Shot
Jeff Kendall, Specialized Bikes North Regional Sales Manager talks about Specialized FAT bikes during the Global Fat Bike Summit in Jackson Hole, Wyoming USA. Looking for a bike for every type of riding conditions, be it on snow, sand, dirt single track? A FAT bike may be exactly what you're looking for. Don’t let the large tires fool you, the Specialized "Fatboy Bike" series offers lightweight performance perfect for year round mountain biking on the snow, in the sand, through mud and around town too. FAT Bikes provide nimble handling in the most extreme conditions and a comfortable ride when heading out for a cup of coffee. Specialized Fatboy Expert: 4.6" Ground Control tires Specialized 29er geometry Fully butted M4 Premium Aluminum frame w/ up to 5-inch tire Specialized FACT carbon fork w/ 5-inch tire clearance Fat 26" disc, alloy single wall rims Specialized Ground Control Fat 26x4.6" tires Custom e.thirteen, PF30, crankset w/ 100mm spindle Shimano Deore, hydraulic disc brakes w/ dual piston SRAM X0 Type 2, 10-speed, medium cage derailleur Specialized Fatboy PRO: RockShox Bluto fork 4.6" Ground Control tires Specialized 29er geometry Fully butted M4 Premium Aluminum frame w/ up to 5-inch tires RockShox Bluto RL Solo Air spring shock w/ TurnKey damping Fat 26" disc, alloy single wall rims Specialized Ground Control Fat 26x4.6" tires Race Face Next SL crankset w/ 100mm spindle Shimano XT, hydraulic disc brakes w/ Ice Tech pads and rotors SRAM X0, 11-speed derailleur w/ carbon cage Specialized Fatboy: Lightweight frame 4.6" Ground Control tires Specialized 29er geometry Fully butted M4 Premium Aluminum frame w/ up to 5-inch tire clearance Specialized FACT carbon fork w/ 5-inch tire clearance Fat 26" disc, alloy single wall rims Specialized Ground Control Fat 26x4.6" tires Custom 2x10, forged alloy crankarm, w/ 100mm spindle Tektro Gemini, hydraulic disc brakes SRAM X7, 10-speed, medium carbon cage derailleur Specialized Fatboy 24: Specialized FAT bike for youngsters. Combines a lightweight frame and fork with 4.0 24” fully butted A1 Premium Aluminum frame A1 Premium Aluminum fork Fat 24” disc, alloy single wall rims Specialized Ground Control Fat 24x4.0" tires Forged alloy crankset, w/ 100mm spindle Tektro Aries Mechanical disc brakes SRAM X4, 9-speed rear derailleur Specialized Fatboy 20: Specialized FAT bike for youngsters. Combines a lightweight frame and fork with 4.0 20" fully butted A1 Premium Aluminum frame A1 Premium Aluminum fork Fat 20” disc, alloy single wall rims Specialized Ground Control Fat 20x4.0" tires Forged alloy crankset, w/ 100mm spindle f Tektro Aries Mechanical disc brakes SRAM X4, 9-speed rear derailleur
0 0   11   Alaska
49:47
1/2: Karianne Bergen: Big data for small earthquakes
Part 1 of 2: Dr. Karianne Bergen, Harvard Data Science Initiative Fellow at Harvard U., presents "Big data for small earthquakes: a data mining approach to large-scale earthquake detection" at the MIT Earth Resources Laboratory on September 28, 2018. "Earthquake detection, the problem of extracting weak earthquake signals from continuous waveform data recorded by sensors in a seismic network, is a critical and challenging task in seismology. New algorithmic advances in “big data” and artificial intelligence have created opportunities to advance the state-of-the-art in earthquake detection algorithms. In this talk, I will present Fingerprint and Similarity Thresholding (FAST; Yoon et al, 2015), a data mining approach to large-scale earthquake detection, inspired by technology for rapid audio identification. FAST leverages locality sensitive hashing (LSH), a technique for efficiently identifying similar items in large data sets, to detect new candidate earthquakes without template waveforms ("training data"). I will present recent algorithmic extensions to FAST that enable detection over a seismic network and limit false detections due to local correlated noise (Bergen & Beroza, 2018). Using the foreshock sequence prior to the 2014 Mw 8.2 Iquique earthquake as a test case, we demonstrate that our approach is sensitive and maintains a low false detections rate, identifying five times as many events as the local seismicity catalog with a false discovery rate of less than 1%. We show that our new optimized FAST software is capable of discovering new events with unknown sources in 10 years of continuous data (Rong et al, 2018). I will end the talk with recommendations, based on our experience developing the FAST detector, for how the solid Earth geoscience community can leverage machine learning and data mining to enable data-driven discovery. "
0 0   15   Alaska
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