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denniscav 4 years ago on video Thirsty Cow
The law of thermodynamics dealing with conservation of energy implies that this behavior cannot continue for long without added energy from the outside.
denniscav 3 years ago on video Crowned Eagle hunting habits
According to Darwinists, what does not kill us, and creates turmoils and perils, makes us stronger which is then passed on to our offspring.
denniscav 3 years ago on video The Standoff
The cat has teeth and claws, while the dog has teeth, a bark and four legs to run like hell when his ego gets the best of him.
denniscav 3 years ago on video Nature calls - are you listening ?
Science has indeed, taken a "small step for mankind", but, has a longer step yet to come to replace mankind's need for understanding all that nature has to offer.
denniscav 3 years ago on video Coca-Cola Trumpet
Why spend six hundred $ or more for a trumpet when you can make the same sounds by recycling a coke bottle?
denniscav 4 years ago on video Pond watersking
I might give this a try while visiting my son, Sean over Christmas, as long as there are no gators in the water.
denniscav 3 years ago on video Water Boy
Do not try this at home. There is such a thing as water poisoning.
denniscav 2 years ago on video The Best Gun Fail Accidents - 2011
These people obviously were not paying attention in class when Newton's 3rd law of motion (action and reaction) was being dicussed.
denniscav 1 year ago on video Guy attempting to release a mouse into the wild.
A repeating truth is that we all will return via organisms that are other than mice or birds,to provide energy for fellow creatures. Afterall. no high energy molecule ever goes unused.
denniscav 4 years ago on video Large Hadron Collider - How does it work?
Due to glancing collisions instead of head-on between the protons traveling in near opposite directions in the LHC, the resultant particles that result will not be the same or, perhaps even similar to those that were formed during, and immediately following, the 'Big Bang'.
denniscav 4 years ago on video Heck of a Genius
All of these future and proposed benefits from computer technology only retards and slows down the evolution of the human mind. Relying upon computers today for speed and accuracy, also slows down the human mind's evolution in the direction of the same.
denniscav 4 years ago on video New way to catch fish
As arrogant as we humans are in demonstrating our intelligence in any and all ways, the dolphins have evolved to a level of supremacy when sustainability is entered into the equation. The present sea is not over-populated with dolphins.
denniscav 4 years ago on video New way to catch fish
The sustainability of our own human species into the future, along with the oceans, not at the present time being over populated with dolphins, should be evidence that our present human population growth, which is far beyond 'nature's ability to provide much farther into the future, is at peril. Our present, "f#%king' to much", that results in a population explosion in our numbers csnnot be sustained much longer into the future.
denniscav 3 years ago on video Our beautiful planet
There are those who prefer mountains, and those who prefer the sea shore. Even though the sea shore reflects constant change, I prefer the mountains due the recorded history evidenced in the rock strata, as well as in the challenges met by just getting there.
denniscav 3 years ago on video Epic Frog
Whenever I figure that I am having a hard time, I will think of this frog, or a tree that is older than I with roots clinging to rocks on a cliff.
denniscav 2 years ago on video Skeleton prank
I have heard of "screaming like a little girl" but, to scream like a grown woman must be in the DNA.
denniscav 4 years ago on video Slow motion popping popcorn
It is good to sometimes live in, and perceive, things that occur in another and different time and space.
denniscav 4 years ago on video Excellent Amateur Video Shot Backwards
How can any terrorist justify the taking of any life depicted in this video?
denniscav 4 years ago on video That big buildup of dirt
The real tragedy is not only the effects the hurricane had to our neighbors to our south, Mexicans, but to these two news people who were hired much more for their handsome looks and voice quality than for brains.
denniscav 4 years ago on video Goose attacks guy in kayak
Being a long-time and avid kayaker, this has never happened to me. But,often being awed and learning much from nature on a first-hand basis, this video does show me that there is much still to be learned.
denniscav 3 years ago on video Fast Painting - can you guess what it is?
The only way to re-create an original art produced by a human is to first, re-create the origin of the universe.
denniscav 3 years ago on video Unbelievable Spinning Disk
Unless the surface upon which the disk is spinning is concave, due to the disk's gravitation to the center, magnets are certainly involved.
denniscav 2 years ago on video The Scrollwheel
I do not recommend a low amperage and high voltage current be delivered via the keyboard whenever a person makes stupid mistakes on a computer but, it may reduce greatly the problem represented in this cartoon.
denniscav 2 years ago on video Sheep Cyclone
The "Sheep Cyclone" reminds me of the naive and gullible Republicans whose loyalty to their beloved politcal party continues in spite of all else.
denniscav 3 years ago on video Squirrel adopted by cat
The Christians and Muslims still cannot get along and help each other!
denniscav 3 years ago on video Immigration, world poverty and gumballs.
Planet Earth has long passed the point at which uncontrolled human population is sustainable. We all now are reliant upon the past millions of years' storage of solar energy in the forms of finite natural gas, liquid petroleum and coal that required the Earth to store-up over millions of years. Sadly, our concept of progress does not take into consideration long term effects. More than 150 years ago, the English economist/scientist , Thomas Malthus, said, and I paraphrase: "Like lab rats, humans will continue to increase in population until the point at which nature can no longer provide. At which point, there will be a sudden and catastrophic collapse."
denniscav 2 years ago on video Why Science is Cool
It must be the metal with the lowest melting temperature, sodium. (Na).
denniscav 5 years ago on video Ever hear of the Viral Dance?
The call to this viral dance is as infectious and contagious as is the call to war. The primal call to dance is enjoyable and harmless, whereas, the primal call to war, conflict and violence must be given much more consideration.
denniscav 3 years ago on video Johnny Rook in the Falklands
I do not hope to appear judgemental, but the Johnny Rooks in the Falklands appear to me to resemble the American Republic political party. Self-survival above all else!
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denniscav 4 years ago on video How to make mochi
The bird looks more like an Australian magpie than an American raven to me. How much the bird's reactions to the model airplane is determined by instinct and how much by rational consciousness is up to debate.
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