Demopolis Lock Whirlpools!
by: Berry Cannon
The second video with some explainations! youtu.be/6g5KqIfCmFk
Video of Demopolis Lock filling it's chamber with water so a boat can be locked going upstream. These whirlpools are formed on the river that runs near Demopolis, Alabama. These are NOT naturally occurring whirlpools and instead occur because large pipes under the water suck water into the area behind me (not seen in video until I turn to walk off the bridge/platform area, it's the place to the left) and fill it with water so boats can easily navigate the river without having to load/unload boats onto higher/lower areas all the time.
I wanted to record the entirety of this video because I never knew what a whirlpool looked like when it was forming. Honestly, I think that's the most interesting part - not the fact that they are A) So big B) TWO of them and C) THEY ARE SPINNING OPPOSITE DIRECTIONS. :D
This video is meant for educational purposes. Teachers: Go ahead, use it in class. I know I've already had a couple of my high school teachers want to show it in class and I gave them the go ahead. I'd prefer if people not to reproduce this video content unless they are making an educational video in which this is being used as an example.
Have fun guys and gals, and I hope that this is a better description than was here before.
MAN AND BEAST Part 1
by: Dhruva Aliman
ALL CREDITS ARE LISTED BELOW...WITH LINKS
Song: DIRTY RIDE by Dhruva Aliman - www.dhruvaaliman.com/
Video Clips, IN ORDER-
THE famous tiger attack video!
Kangaroo kicks man into water
Giant Panda in China rips off man_s jacket
Dog Eats Police Car
STABILIZED ZOOMED-IN Whale Jumps and Crashes Onto Boat
Great White Shark Accident
Humboldt Squid Attacks, Holds onto Diver
Sea Bed Hunting On One Breath
Hooter Girl goes aerial bowfishing
Aborigine hunt huge bats with boomerang
Man Wrestles Crocodile
Dog vs. Car (Funny)
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In exchange for your amazing clips I'd like to offer you free production music from my music library to use in your youtube videos. Go to my site to check out my tunes-- www.dhruvaaliman.com/
And if you want to hear all of them (over a hundred tracks), contact me directly and I will give you a link to play them all.
I use these clips in good faith under the "Fair Use" law and give credit to all the uploaders on the video itself as well as in the description. Also my videos get millions of hits and help drive traffic to your channels.
The Siege of Jotapata
by: Dulce bellum inexpertis!
The Siege of Jotapata was a 47 day siege by Roman forces of the Jewish town of Jotapata which took place in 67 AD, during the Great Revolt. Led by Roman General Vespasian and his son Titus, both future emperors, the siege ended with the sacking of the town, the deaths of most of its inhabitants and the enslavement of the rest. It was the second bloodiest battle of the revolt, surpassed only by the sacking of Jerusalem, and the longest bar Jerusalem and Masada. The siege was chronicled by Josephus, who had personally commanded the Jewish forces at Jotapata and was subsequently captured by the Romans.At first a slave, he would later be freed and be granted Roman citizenship as Flavius Josephus.
"And for the Romans, they so well remembered what they had suffered during the siege, that they spared none, nor pitied any, but drove the people down the precipice from the citadel, and slew them as they drove them down; at which time the difficulties of the place hindered those that were still able to fight from defending themselves; for as they were distressed in the narrow streets, and could not keep their feet sure along the precipice, they were overpowered with the crowd of those that came fighting them down from the citadel."
Tshwane Traditional Dancers
Tshwane cultural troupe - Temba, South Africa
Soukous Dance Style
by: Reggae Olisa
The African Dance Troupe
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2. Greatest Tribal Show On Earth Timothy James ...
by: Timothy James Dean
In the exotic South Pacific, in the country of PNG on the vast island of New Guinea, Worlder, renowned TV Producer and adventure fiction Author, Timothy James Dean takes you to the Greatest Tribal Show on Earth, the Goroka Show. You see warriors and women gather by the tens of thousand in their tribal regalia, to entertain guests from all over the world for a rare glimpse of Stone Age culture. More - www.amazon.com/Teeth-Epic-Novel-Guinea-Trilogy/dp/0982539800/
SIDLA Cultural Dance Group
by: Jan van der Meer
Website SIDLA.COM is not on air yet so please
Contact Groupleader Vivian on
or Volunteer CameraProducer Jan van der Meer regular yearly visitor of Swazialnd and South Africa! Helping local Not For Profit Organisations to help local communities with Social Needs, Orphan Kids with no Identity Cards and no future!
SIDLA MUSIC , DANCE GROUP PROFILE
SIDLA NGALOLUDZALA was formed in the year 2008, concentrates on South African folk music, songs, and dance. At their Schoemansdal area in Mpumalanga, a province of South Africa, the members study, practice, and teach cultural music and dance. The aim is to create cultural awareness with the youth and to help preserve their African heritage.
The group has 35 fulltime participants during weekends and school holidays, talented children from surrounded area join the group in cultural activities. In this manner folk music and dance is popularized with youth and new talent is always introduce.
Participant include senior ladies and men, but consist many of young people and teenagers from this rural community, all performing different cultural dance related to Nguni and more specific to Swazi, Zulu, Tswana culture of South Africa.
A performance usually consist of around 30 members and consist of senior ladies, the girls with Zulu attire, the girls with Swazi attire and of course the men with their well-know African Swazi foot stamping dance as well as Zulu boys.
2. ARTISTIC PROGRAM
A Full performance is approximately 45 minutes with the following sequence
• Entry with old traditional African song follow by traditional dances to the action of filled beet of several big drums
• SIBACA DANCE by men wearing traditional skirts and other adornments from angora skin.
• ZULU DANCE by men and women with a strong energy fast moving African dance, men wearing animal hide with angora goatskin legs covered and women wearing African beets.
• UMGIYO DANCE Is performed by the married women whose attire also clearly distinguishes them from the younger girls. Their dance does not allow high step and is characterized by singing movement with foot siding action
• NGADLA DANCE Is performed by the older girls who wear a typical tradition cloth(JUTJWA) on their upper bodies and also dance in formation lifting their feet high.
• SIZINGILI DANCE is an ancient energetic fast- moving African dance style performed by the active men of clan, wearing big animal hide with angora goatskin leg covers
• SITAPA DANCE(TSWANA) is perform by men and women during weeding ceremonies when welcoming the Britt to the family they dance and enjoy together but when they dance they don't lift up feet but they move side by side, wearing an animal skin and cover their legs with Fahlawane (fahlawane) is something that bring a very nice sound from the legs.
In this part the emphasis is on music which vary from ancient traditional style songs to more contemporary traditional music and ranges from Coral like (makwaya style) music to light hearted singsong style music, some without instruments and others with natural African instruments such as Jembe drums, sticks, rattlers, marimba (African xylophone) and a luvungu, an African instrument making a violin like sound
To research, practice, preserve and promote the indigenous knowledge system (IKS) of the local community around our area and to popularise and promote folklore, music and dance with the youth and to apply this natural resource responsible as a means of sustainable economic empowerment through tourism.
To fulfil our vision by facilitating local community based wealth generation, job opportunities and economic development in the historic province in South Africa.
Our goal is to be one of the most successful, respected and profitable cooperative both local and international as well as to develop a high standard of cultural performances.
To create an awareness, especially with the youth, of the importance of indigenous knowledge and to keep the youth out of druses, alcohol
7. Major achievements
• In 2010, the group perform at the Nkomazi municipality`s mayoral tradition dance, won the leading price.
• From 2010 the group start performing for tourist in MJEJANE game reserve till now we still do entertainment for tourist.
• In 2011, group organise an event for old age organization, it was very successful the older people they wear so happy even the community enjoy that event, we also invite other local cultural group, it was a very big event most important is that the older people wear happy.
• In 2012, the group perform in the Nkomazi municipality`s mayoral traditional dance also won.
• In 2012, the group perform in the event of the department of water affair.
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Yanomamo Forest People Song of the Forest
by: James Church
Original 1988 broadcast of "Song of the Forest" - based on the musical, Yanomamo by Peter Rose and Anne Conlon. Performed by the choir and musicians of St. Augustine's R.C. High School, Billington and narrated by STING