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As the island and it's people wake up to another beautiful day, the canyon roads beckons to be painted with urethane. After a meal stop at a classic "guachinche," Axel, Bruno and Kody experience the island through urban exploration. Finding their flow as wheels decay, they're met with challenging features on their way to revel in the sunset. MUSIC Los Sabandeños - "Islas Canarias" Zolton the Guitar - "Adolescent Bino" Vopche - "Ce Va...?" ROLES Art Director - Zurich, Switzerland - Tamara Prader Director - Madrid, Spain - Alberto Alepuz (Perro Pro) Director of Photography - Geneva, Switzerland - Yvon Labarthe Marketing Director - Guadalajara, Mexico - Claudio Uribe Photographer - Barcelona, Spain - Agro, Adrian Rodriguez Producer - Vancouver, Canada - Patrick Switzer Production Assistants...
http://www.kcet.org/shows/socal_connected/content/arts/glass-lax-offshore-causeways-and-citywide-parks-the-la-that-never-was.html The beauty and fantasy of a Los Angeles that never was. Curators Sam Lubell and Greg Goldin give a preview of their Kickstarter-funded project "Never Built: Los Angeles."
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(Fri.) A mid and upper level low pressure system is offshore of the West Coast. This weather system should be generating rain all over the Southwest U.S. and Mexico. Instead, the terrorists controlling our weather have a transmitter focusing RF energy on top of that weather system to prevent development while at the same time the skies over Southern California are sprayed over with chemical aerosol chemtrails, which is capping the atmosphere to stop any precipitation. The Doppler map is showing zero rain in the region despite being surrounded by moisture to the North and from the South with a current Relative Humidity of only 16% now at 10:00AM - while the soil still remains damp from the recent rain last weekend!
A new study finds San Diego’s most dangerous earthquake fault is connected to another fault that stretches to Los Angeles. KPBS reporter Susan Murphy reports from Mt. Soledad to give us a bird’s eye view of the fault system capable of producing a magnitude 7-point-3 quake.
This video shows an underwater flyby of Southern California's offshore continental borderland (the continental shelf) using Google Earth/Google Ocean. Find out how the Southern California sea floor resembles the board game "Chutes and Ladders." The video also compares the Southern California shelf to a more typical continental shelf off Florida. (c) 2011 APT Photos.
Want to know more about offshore sailing or are thinking about doing a similar passage? I put together this video during our passage as an informational source for others to learn from (including learning from our mistakes...) Find more information about us and our journey at: www.kayleenvanderree.com @kayvdr
As the riders get a feel for their surroundings, Levi, Kevin & Max take the opportunity to sneak out early and skate the high-speed technical roads down from the volcano. The fruits of the island show their colors and they dive in to explore. MUSIC Galli Lucas - "Greener Than Ever" Steven Doman - "The Grotto" Aaron Enevoldsen - "El Tiempo Lo Borro" ROLES Art Director - Zurich, Switzerland - Tamara Prader Director - Madrid, Spain - Alberto Alepuz (Perro Pro) Director of Photography - Geneva, Switzerland - Yvon Labarthe Marketing Director - Guadalajara, Mexico - Claudio Uribe Photographer - Barcelona, Spain - Agro, Adrian Rodriguez Producer - Vancouver, Canada - Patrick Switzer Production Assistants - Offshore - Martin Diaz, Marcos Costa FEATURED RIDERS Kevin Bouaich - Belfort, France - Sick...
In this video you will see how an offshore oil and gas rig collapse in water just within minutes. But before collapse rescue all people from this rig and save the people life. These crew people are lucky because only property loss because property can be recover but life can't be recover. OGI shares information related oil and gas industry worldwide. Like Us on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/oilandgasinformation Follow us on Twitter https://twitter.com/oginformation Follow us on Google+ https://plus.google.com/103748077777691360094 Visit our Blog http://oginformation.blogspot.com/ Thanks for Watching
Platform C is and oil and gas producing facility with 60 well slots, located in the Santa Barbara Channel, about 5.7 miles from shore at water depth of 192 ft. Platform C was installed on February 28, 1977. The cum. oil production is 17,723,514 bbls and cum. gas production is 9,407,295 mcf. Sailing to Platform C with Jack on September 3, 2013. Thanks to Santa Barbara Sailing Center.