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Justin Taylor (SpeakingBadger)
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A guy filmed a fantastic commercial to sell his girlfriend’s 1996 Honda Accord - The Verge http://point2.click/rpkk0

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Very cool... Love this!!

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Some great training ideas to dig into regarding great leadership...

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Very cool video.
Hummingbird Slow Motion

Hummingbirds are small birds that live exclusively in the Americas and are famous for their rapid motion and high-frequency wing beating. They have the highest metabolism of any animal that maintains a stable internal body temperature (homeothermic) with heart rates of well over 1,000 beats-per-minute. During flight, oxygen consumption per gram of muscle tissue in a hummingbird is about 10x higher than that measured in elite human athletes. In order to sustain such a high level of activity, hummingbirds must constantly consume sugar from flower nectar.

Hummingbirds drink with their tongues using a rapid lapping motion. Contrary to prior belief, capillary action plays no role in propelling nectar up the groves of the tongue. Scientists using high-speed cameras discovered that the tongue remains compressed until it reaches the nectar, at which point it springs open, forcing the liquid up the grooves of the tongue in a pump-like manner.

Source: https://youtu.be/RtUQ_pz5wlo (+National Geographic)
Learn More: https://nyti.ms/2kXRq7z (+The New York Times)

#ScienceGIF #Science #GIF #Hummingbird #Bird #Nature #SlowMotion #SlowMo #Slow #Motion #High #Speed #Tongue #Drink #Capillary
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If you're a genealogist or you are interested in genealogy at all, then this is a site you should look into and definitely save. This particular page has links to hundreds of links where you can search for records. The site is GenealogyInTime if you have never heard of it...

They also have a link to two highly efficient, Google powered search engines that are geared specifically to finding your family records for free from hundreds of databases all over the world. There is a plethora of information here for those who have any interest at all.. Check it out!!

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