Lingering Wounds | Critical Role | Campaign 2, Episode 89

Hello everyone and welcome to this night’s episode of critical role. [inaudible] sit around and played Dungeons and dragon [inaudible]. We are in our last episode of 2019 last session before we leave for the holiday. I know we’re not coming back next year, which is only in a few weeks, just 12 more months. Exactly. Um, but before we

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Presidents Moon and Xi reaffirm joint efforts to establish peace on Peninsula

Our top story this monring… The leaders of South Korea and China have positively assessed the recent uptick in inter-Korean relations. Speaking over the phone on Thursday,… Chinese President Xi Jinping welcomed the progress and backed efforts by the two Koreas to improve their ties. Our Blue House correspondent Hwang Hojun has the details. President Moon Jae-in and his Chinese

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How Do You Make A Good Burger The Best Burger?

How Do You Make A Good Burger The Best Burger?

THE JAMES BEER FOUNDATION AND THE MUSHROOM COUNCIL — GREAT PEOPLE, THE MUSHROOM COUNCIL. YES. I LOVE MUSHROOMS. SURE. LET’S GET ON THE BOARD. WHAT THEY DO IS THEY GATHER TOGETHER AND WE HAVE MIKE WITH US, AND THEY TALK ABOUT THEIR FAVORITE MUSHROOMS, RIGHT? PRETTY MUCH. DO YOU HAVE YOUR FAVORITE? CHANTERELLE. MO RELS ARE DELICIOUS. BUT CHANTERELLES ARE

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Unstoppable Solar Cycles – Greenland

GILSLADOTTIR: The climate changed, that’s a fact, everybody knows that. So it was getting very hard to be a farmer and, well, they didn’t get enough hay for the animals and the animals were freezing and starving so the animals died. And when the animals die, the people die. OLDENBURG: Around the year 1350, a representative of the Bishop Regatta

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Preparing to film dinner in Alexandria, Egypt

Hey, I’m Rick Steves. I’m in a great little fish restaurant in Alexandria in Egypt, and this is kind of making TV. We’re in here a little early, and I was hoping there’d be a lot of people but there’s not. These guys don’t want to be on the TV show and you’ve always got to ask and respect people,

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Bukit Sapat Hawung – Expedition in to the Heart of Borneo (English & HD)

This year we are joined by old friends and new friends. We just visited pak Sarif Udin’s house, because last year he lead the porters. We hope he will join again to help with coordination. We’re about to leave the village of Kelasin with a large team and lots of logistics. We will be travelling up the Tampahu River and

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Landing on Omaha Beach | D-Day Narrated by Bryan Cranston

[June 6th, 1944]>>It was 6:30 in the morning, just about to land. We didn’t have a chance to fight back.>>Go, go, go! [Letters From D-Day Land] [Narrated by Bryan Cranston] [ARTILLERY]>>My sweet Mildred, In the faraway distance, one could hear the rumble of the artillery and the brrp-brrp of machine gun fire. The elements were at their worst. Our landing

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Dartmouth Engineering Sustainability in Greenland

(upbeat music) – For many years I’ve worked on the center of the Greenland Ice Sheet at Summit Camp looking at the physics of snow and how the snow traps gases for ice core interpretation. Ice cores from Greenland are the way that we understand and we know that climate can change abruptly in less than 10 years not just

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Changes in Greenland landscape affect carbon balance sheet – Science Nation

Changes in Greenland landscape affect carbon balance sheet – Science Nation

♫MUSIC♫ MILES O’BRIEN: When tiny rivulets turn to gushing torrents on the Russell Glacier, you know the summer season has arrived in Southwestern Greenland. Nearby, the ice is finally off at Long Lake and the shoreline is buzzing with activity. With support from the National Science Foundation, Ecologist Sean Cahoon and a team from Penn State University are camped here

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