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USING LAKES TO MAP ANCIENT COPPER MINING
 
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USING LAKES TO MAP ANCIENT COPPER MINING, by Dr. David P. Pompeani, at the Copper and Culture Conference on Prehistoric Metal Working in the Lake Superior Region August 7, 2015, Houghton, Michigan.
Views: 6810 Todd Rongstad
GREAT LAKES ARCHAIC INDIANS: THE ORIGINS OF PREHISTORIC METAL TECHNOLOGY IN EASTERN NORTH AMERICA
 
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Presentation by Dr. Thomas Pleger, Great Lakes Archaeologist and President of Lake Superior State University, at the Copper and Culture Conference on Prehistoric Metal Working in the Lake Superior Region, August 7-8, 2015, sponsored by the Copper Country Ancient Sites Conservancy please support preservation and education by contributing at coppercountryancientsitesconservancy.com or on the CCASC Facebook page.
Views: 12611 Todd Rongstad
HISTORY OF HOUGHTON'S ISLE ROYALE MINE
 
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Presentation by Bill Haller, on Houghton's Isle Royale mine, from the Copper and Culture Conference on Prehistoric Metal Working in the Lake Superior Region by the Copper Country Ancient Sites Conservancy - produced by Todd Rongstad, Word of Eye Productions.
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Superior Beach Gold
 
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September 2009 we took a trip to Lake Superior to mine some beach gold. This is our set-up. It was the toughest gold I have ever tried to prospect. It was all in black sand. Heavy heavy heavy. I'm open to suggestions on how to work more material. Mike
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Don Spohn - Ancient Copper Mining
 
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2016 - Copper Country Ancient Sites Conservancy Conference.
Views: 5648 Todd Rongstad
Michigan Copper Mining: The Black Powder Era
 
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America's Industrial Revolution was founded on copper mined from Michigan's Upper Peninsula. James Cassell, Collector of History, gives a fascinating look at the "Michigan Minecraft" tools and techniques used at the start of the rush that defined our state's history! More from Jim can be found here -- https://youtu.be/EkEHd9AW4Qo
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1920s Iron ore mining and production in the Mesabi range U.S.A
 
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*This video has no sound 1920s documentary film featuring the Mesabi Iron ore range in Minnesota U.S.A. The film includes the mining, transportation across the Great Lakes to iron ore plants, and blast furnaces. Te Papa website - https://www.tepapa.govt.nz Te Papa collections - http://collections.tepapa.govt.nz/ Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/TePapa Twitter - https://twitter.com/te_papa Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/te_papa/ Pinterest - https://pinterest.com/tepapa/
300 Million Year Old "Chariot Wheel" Found Deep In Mine?
 
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Support Us On Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/MysteryHistory We Are Also On Steemit: https://steemit.com/@mysteryhistory Throughout the ages, countless reports of unexplained and baffling discoveries have been reportedly made deep within the mines of Earth. Regardless of the type of mine, or indeed its depth, it seems that these peculiar stories continue to surface, and usually only by word of mouth. Often, attached to these fascinating tales, you will find stories of these artefacts being seized, destroyed, or simply reburied. We are often confronted with an apparent cover-up, vast resources and man power being harnessed to hide these finds from the world. The motives for choosing to conceal such artefacts from the world, could indeed be endless. Though regardless of motive, we feel it is imperative that we continue to expose these stories to the earth, if we have compelling witnesses, and unmistakable evidence of a coverup, regardless of physically remaining evidence, we eel by conveying this said knowledge, we are improving all of our chances regarding their discovery. Thankfully, on the rare occasion, something will be found by a particular person, a person aware of this suppression facts, and mr Kasatkin’s is one of them. Deep beneath the city of Donetsk, within the Rostov region of Russia, a large foundation of sandstone can be found, something known as rock shield of Carboniferous age, it is about 360 to 300 million years ago, and is lined with distributions of coking coals that are also of around the same age. Astonishingly, mr Kasatkin has discovered upon the rook of this shaft of coal, an imprint of a chariot wheel, an imprint, undoubtedly made before the rock had formed around it, he also later discovered another imprint a small distance further along the shaft. It must be noted that these imprints have remained buried deep within these seams of rock for many millions of years, if a scientific analysis could have been undertaken upon this artefact, it could have shook our understandings of world history, just like so many other artefacts we have been made aware of, all but a few now stolen from the public domain. Upon realising the implications of his discovery mr Kasatkin, an extremely experienced foreman in Ventilation and Safety Engineering, specializing in Seismic Prognosis, thankfully took several photographs of his miraculous and now concealed discovery, before officially reporting it, and requesting a scientific evaluation. When his boss notified the owners of the mine, in the hopes of getting an analysis of the artefacts, with an attempt to preserve it, to his bosses surprise, they demanded he continued the work through the shaft, so that it could be subsequently flooded, which is unfortunately what has occurred, making further exploration of the sites impossible. mr Kasatkin told greaterancestors.com, The “wheel” was printed on sandstone upon the roof of the coal seam. drifters tried to “cut it away after finding out about the owner’s reluctance to preserve such a wonderful discovery, they used pick axes and sledge hammers to try to extract it and take it to the surface, but sandstone was so strong that having been afraid of damaging the print, they left it in place. At present, the mine has been officially closed since 2009 and access to the “object” is impossible, the equipment is dismantled and the layers are already flooded. He stated that he has investigated further, regarding the Western mine’s history with the fellow miners there, and was able to confirm the existence if the other print within that mine. it had been damaged by blast-hole driving, and was little mentioned, though it was indeed there. he was sometimes in this cut he said, and got to take a good look at it. He says that he was surprised, but is also, somewhat afraid to admit that these “objects” are of artificial origin. We on the other hand are excited by such a premise, and will keep you posted any further developments regarding the mine.
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GOLD MINING ALONG THE SHORE
 
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GOLD MINING ALONG THE SHORE, this is a new thing in this place where people are looking for gold in the sand. they look for the blacker sand and put it in their tools and pour water on it.
Views: 1117 Jun Juning
NEOLITHIC FLINT MINE - GRIMES GRAVES (E.H) history in description
 
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HISTORY: ............... Grime’s Graves is the only Neolithic flint mine open to visitors in Britain. This grassy lunar landscape of 400 pits was first named Grim’s Graves by the Anglo-Saxons. It was not until one of them was excavated in 1870 that they were identified as flint mines dug over 5,000 years ago. Grime's Graves is a large Neolithic flint mining complex in Norfolk, England. It lies 8 km (5.0 mi) north east from Brandon, Suffolk in the East of England. It was worked between c. 3000 and c. 1900 BC, although production may have continued well into the Bronze and Iron Ages (and later) owing to the low cost of flint compared with metals. Flint was much in demand for making polished stone axes in the Neolithic period. Much later, when flint had been replaced by metal tools, flint nodules were in demand for other uses, such as for building and as strikers for muskets. In order to remove the chalk efficiently, the ancient miners built wooden platforms and ladders as they dug downwards and piled the spoil around the shaft opening using turf revetments to hold it in place for the season, when the shaft and all its galleries were thoroughly and fastidiously backfilled to promote stability. The landscape around Grime's Graves has a characteristic pockmarked appearance caused by the infilled shafts. This is probably what inspired the later Anglo-Saxon inhabitants of the area to name it after their god Grim (literally the masked, or hooded one, a euphemism for Woden). Although the pagan Anglo-Saxons seem to have had some idea of what the site was, as the name of the site means literally 'The masked one's quarries,' (or Grim's Graben,) it wasn't until Canon William Greenwell excavated one of the shafts from 1868- 1870 that their purpose was discovered in modern times. Other similar sites have been found in Europe like Cissbury in the United Kingdom, Krzemionki in Poland and Spiennes in Belgium. Tools[edit] Deer antler pick The miners used picks fashioned from the antler of red deer. They probably used wooden shovels, although this is only inferred by analogy with other flint mines with better conditions for the preservation of artefacts. Analysis of the antlers (Clutton-Brock 1984: 25) has shown that the miners were mainly right-handed and favoured the left antlers out of those that were naturally shed seasonally by the deer. The 28 pits excavated up to 2008 yielded an average of 142.5 antler picks each, of which an average of 14.8 have been found to be left-handed. Once they had reached the floorstone flint, the miners dug lateral galleries outwards from the bottom, following the flint seam. The medium-depth shafts yielded as much as 60 tons of flint nodules, which were brought to the surface and roughly worked into shape on site. The blank tools were then possibly traded elsewhere for final polishing. It is estimated that 60 tons of flint could have produced as many as 10,000 of the polished stone axes, which were the mines' main product. Extrapolation across the site suggests that Grime's Graves may have produced around 16-18,000 tonnes of flint across the 433 shafts recorded to date. However, there are large areas of the site covered by later activity which are believed to conceal many more mineshafts. There were other hard stones used for axe manufacture, those of the Langdale axe industry and Penmaenmawr in North Wales being traded across Europe, as well as other less well-known igneous and metamorphic rocks. The axes were much in demand for forest clearance and settlement, development of farmland for arable crops and raising animals, which characterises the Neolithic period.
Views: 359 Escape The Wild
Copper and Iron Mining
 
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Liebherr - Mining Power
 
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Liebherr provides proven technical design and constant innovative development of mining equipment. Delivering superior productivity that enables our customers to move more tons per hour at the lowest cost is our overall goal. Our loading and hauling equipment is widely used in the extraction of raw materials in surface mining environments. Even under the most arduous conditions, these machines perform at a high level of reliability in safely moving enormous amounts of material. Our hydraulic excavators have standard grab capacities of up to 34 cubic meters (44.5 cubic yards). With their diesel-electric drivelines and capability of handling payloads of up to 363 t (400 tons), Liebherr mining trucks are the ideal partners for such loading equipment. To find out more about Liebherr mining equipment, please visit: http://www.liebherr.com/ME/en-GB/default_me.wfw/measure-metric
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The Long Lake Gold Mine - The Forgotten Mistake in Northern Ontario
 
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This video is a journey to an old gold mine from the early 1900's located just South of Sudbury Ontario Canada. A constant reminder of the lack of regard for our environment and the Outdoors. Joined by my very good friend Kris K from Kris K Productions we set out to find the Long Lake Gold Mine. Special thanks to Kris K for providing the incredible drone footage in this video!! #jackofallpines Email - [email protected] Instagram- @Pinetree_Line_Outdoors Facebook- Pinetree Line Outdoors Twitter- @PintreeLine Music Courtesy of YouTube Audio Library: Cut It - Silent Partner Clouds - Huma Huma Together- Prototype Last Dawn - Ross Bugden
Discovering - The Agate Lady
 
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A trip to Grand Marais to visit the Gitche Gumee Agate and History Museum.
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Deer Creek Arizona, Fire Agate Mining at David Penney's Claim 2016
 
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The Deer Creek Fire Agate Mining Experience At the Tucson gem shows in 2017 you can find: David Penney will be at 1114 Farmington Rd./star pass Tucson Arizona. Ryszard Krukowski will be at the Pueblo show, Room 151, Riverpark Inn. http://www.fireagateartstudio.com/ Glenn Dizon Designs www.glenndizon.com 415-457-9259
Views: 72213 Mark Anderson
COPPER ARTIFACT TYPOLOGY
 
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COPPER ARTIFACT TYPOLOGY, Don Spohn Ph. D., Great Lakes Copper Research, from the Copper and Culture Conference on Prehistoric Metal Working in the Lake Superior Region. Please support education and preservation by contributing at the CCASC Facebook site or coppercountryancientsitesconservancy.com.
Views: 1920 Todd Rongstad
History Lesson On Iron Mining - Part 3
 
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VISIT MY ETSY STORE, SEE WHAT I HAVE FOR SALE: https://www.etsy.com/shop/LakeShoreYooperlites From deep under the ground in upper Michigan comes the 3rd part of our tour through the Iron Mountain Iron Mine in Vulcan, Michigan. So you want to know how dark, dark actually is? Part 4 - FINDING A LARGE ROOM UNDERGROUND.. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5uEhMu5wO_4
Views: 836 Jason Asselin
Finding Minnesota: Gold Prospecting In The Iron Range
 
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Minnesotans looking to strike it rich need not look any further than our own backyard, Rachel Slavik reports (3:09). WCCO 4 News At 10 – March 27, 2016
Views: 16222 WCCO - CBS Minnesota
WHY IS NATIVE COPPER HERE? - Dr. Bill Rose
 
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The Mission of the Copper Country Ancient Sites Conservancy is to facilitate the identification, protection and professional investigation of the ancient archaeological sites of Lake Superior's Copper Country, while also promoting the education of the general public concerning ancient archaeology. To help the CCASC to continue to do the work we are to bring pre-history forward, please consider a donation by going to www.paypal.com and putting in [email protected]
Views: 2068 Todd Rongstad
exploring lake superior ice,native copper(8/10)
 
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PETROGLYPHS & STONE TOOLS of the KEWEENAW - Bob Wheeler
 
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The Mission of the Copper Country Ancient Sites Conservancy is to facilitate the identification, protection and professional investigation of the ancient archaeological sites of Lake Superior's Copper Country, while also promoting the education of the general public concerning ancient archaeology. To help the CCASC to continue to do the work we are to bring pre-history forward, please consider a donation by going to www.paypal.com and putting in [email protected]
Views: 2139 Todd Rongstad
MICHIGAN HISTORY MOMENTS: DID GIANTS WALK MICHIGAN'S ANCIENT SHORES?????
 
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Please note: the images used do not reflect the Michigan finds as I can find none! Heavy Interlude by Kevin MacLeod is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution license (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/) Source: http://incompetech.com/music/royalty-free/index.html?isrc=USUAN1100515 Artist: http://incompetech.com/
Views: 438 Dennis Morrison
Columbia mine death valley
 
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Getting ready
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Salt Flats and Salt Lakes | How to Make Everything
 
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Views: 202005 How To Make Everything
Iron Ore, Great Moments in Michigan History
 
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This is an audio project I produced at Lansing Community College about the history, discovery, and use of Iron Ore in Michigan and how useful and important it was to the shaping of Industry in the state. I am also using this as an entry to the 2016 Michigan Student Broadcast Awards.
Views: 211 Robbie Savageau
EXPLORING AND MINES OF COPPER COUNTRY # 2(1/8)
 
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EXPLORING OLD MINES AND HISTORY,OLD MINE HEAD FRAMES,FLOAT COPPER,RUINS,ALSO ON DVD GOLD & SILVER MINES WWW.LAKESUPERIORABOVEANDBELOW.CA LAKE SUPERIOR CIRCLE TOUR E BOOK,GPS,ROCKS AND MINERALS,GEOLOGY,ABANDONED MINES
Michigan Iron Mining
 
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Next Exit - Copper Harbor
 
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Copper Harbor is the northernmost town on Michigan’s Upper Peninsula and might be considered the definition of “Off the beaten path.” However, to its population of barely over 100 year-round residents, that’s just one of the many factors they love about it, along with the tight-knit community, backdoor access to adventure and seriously stunning views of Lake Superior. The mining and logging industries brought a decent crowd to the area throughout the 19th century, but once the resources fell off so did the population. What remained though were the logging roads and mining tracks, scars from the resource extraction that would eventually sprout area’s first singletrack. Back in the day, a crew of hardcore locals would embark on color tours, grueling rides (on fully rigid bikes) that connected old double tracks throughout the Peninsula, often 70 or 80 miles. With that, the spark of mountain biking had ignited in Copper Harbor, and with the help of the Keewenaw Adventure Company and funding for paid trail building, it has become one of the area’s driving forces. Today, there’s over 35 miles of singletrack, making the most of the 500-vertical feet available, and the network has been ranked as one of IMBA’s Silver Level Ride Centers. All of this is proof that a passionate community can create an amazing riding experience with hard work and dedication—no matter how far off the path it may be. Subscribe to the TETON GRAVITY RESEARCH YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCziB6WaaUPEFSE2X1TNqUTg Like on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/tetongravityresearch/?fref=ts Follow on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/tetongravity/ Follow on Twitter: https://twitter.com/TetonGravity Shop the Store: https://www.tetongravity.com/shop/ Official site: https://www.tetongravity.com/
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Iron river michigan pickaxe mining.
 
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Breaking rock the oldfasion way.
Memories of Love - Enya similar artist Marcomé
 
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Ancient Caribou Hunters of Silver Lake -  Jim Paquette
 
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The Mission of the Copper Country Ancient Sites Conservancy is to facilitate the identification, protection and professional investigation of the ancient archaeological sites of Lake Superior's Copper Country, while also promoting the education of the general public concerning ancient archaeology. To help the CCASC to continue to do the work we are to bring pre-history forward, please consider a donation by going to www.paypal.com and putting in [email protected]
Views: 1172 Todd Rongstad
21 (BALONCESTO) - Juegos Educación Física
 
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Adquiere nuestro libro JuegosEF TOP 99 en http://a.co/75XoAQJ Curso Cómo crear Juegos Educación Física https://www.udemy.com/como-crear-juegos-educacion-fisica/ Este video es uno de los muchos juegos de Educación Física rápidos y fáciles que los profesores pueden utilizar en su propia clase de Educación Física. Este canal quiere proporcionar a los docentes de EF sesiones de varios juegos de gimnasia, balón prisionero, baloncesto, voleibol, fútbol, hockey, bádminton, calentamientos y mucho más. Es todo sobre ejercicio físico, la educación física, la aptitud y la diversión. Juegos de Educación Física para los profesores de Educación Física!
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Surrender ~ Mythos & Luis Royo Art
 
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Mythos is a canadian new age musical project started by Bob D'Eith and Paul Schmidt in 1996. Bob (piano) and Paul (guitar) collectively wrote, produced, and performed on the albums with the help of various session performers. The centerpiece of the Mythos sound rests on the acoustic guitar and piano, which are accented by guest vocalists. Synthesizers and performances in various other musical styles are regularly incorporated into the music. Critics have described Mythos as New Age, Ambient, Ethereal, and Film-Oriented, with influences from Jazz, Classical, Gospel-Soul, and various World styles. Many of their songs include vocalize performances, but few have lyrics. The music is multi-layered, incorporating synthesizers and a numerous acoustic instruments. Multiple guest artists and/or session musicians have contributed to each of Mythos' studio releases, most prominently husband and wife pair Rene Worst (bass) and Jennifer Scott (vocals). Mythos was nominated for Juno Instrumental Artist of the Year award in 1998. Bob D'Eith was nominated for the Canadian Music Awards' Best Keyboardist of the Year in 1995. Individual albums have won and been nominated for various awards, as described in the Discography. Luis Royo is a spanish artist, born in Olalla (Teruel) in 1954. He has produced paintings for his own books and exhibitions, and has also produced art for many different media: video games, role games, CD covers for music, novels covers, tarot cards ... Known for his sensual and dark images, almost apocalyptic, in fantasy worlds with mechanical life forms. ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ Mythos es un proyecto canadiense de música New Age iniciado en 1996 por Bob D'Eith y Paul Schmidt. Bob (piano) y Paul (guitarra), colectivamente escriben, producen e interpretan los álbumes con la ayuda de varias sesiones de artistas intérpretes. La pieza central del sonido de Mythos se basa en la guitarra acústica y el piano, que son acentuados por vocalistas invitados. Sintetizadores e interpretaciones en diversos estilos musicales son regularmente incorporados en la música. Los críticos han descrito a Mythos como New Age, Ambient, Ethereal, y Film-Oriented, con influencias de Jazz, Clásica, Gospel-Soul, y varios estilos del mundo. Muchos de sus temas incluyen interpretaciones vocales, pero pocos tienen letra. La música es de multiples capas, incorporando sintetizadores y numerosos instrumentos acústicos. Varios artistas invitados y/o músicos han contribuido a cada uno de los lanzamientos de estudio de Mythos, lo más prominente es la pareja de esposos, René Worst (bajo) y Jennifer Scott (voz). Mythos fue nominado para el premio Juno Artista Instrumental del Año en 1998. Bob D'eith fue nominado por los Premios de la Música Canadiense al mejor teclista en el en 1995. Álbumes individuales han ganado y han sido nominados a varios premios. Luis Royo es un artista español, nacido en Olalla (Teruel) en 1954. Ha producido pinturas para sus propios libros y exposiciones, y también ha producido arte para muy diversos medios de comunicación: videojuegos, juegos de rol, carátulas para CD de música, portadas de novelas, cartas del Tarot... Conocido por sus imágenes sensuales y oscuras, casi apocalípticas, en mundos de fantasía con formas de vida mecánica. Music: Surrender, Mythos (Album: Purity). http://www.mythosmusic.com Images: Luis Royo. http://www.luisroyo.com/ Creation video: By Reflexibiza. http://www.youtube.com/user/ByReflexibiza HD Video
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Silence! Political correctness hampering ‘free speech’ in UK universities
 
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Free speech in British university campuses is in danger of being silenced. A survey shows UK educational institutions are pulling the plug on debates and societies they deem controversial, often going far beyond any legal requirement. RT's Polly Boiko has more. RT LIVE http://rt.com/on-air Subscribe to RT! http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=RussiaToday Like us on Facebook http://www.facebook.com/RTnews Follow us on Twitter http://twitter.com/RT_com Follow us on Instagram http://instagram.com/rt Follow us on Google+ http://plus.google.com/+RT Listen to us on Soundcloud: https://soundcloud.com/rttv RT (Russia Today) is a global news network broadcasting from Moscow and Washington studios. RT is the first news channel to break the 1 billion YouTube views benchmark.
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Putin Critic and Russian Duma Deputy Ponomarev compares Modern Russia to Nazi Germany
 
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Russia's Duma Deputy in exile Ilya Ponomarev tells In the Now why he thinks the Kremlin has no room for opposition and freedom of speech doesn’t exist. President Vladimir Putin spent Thursday answering questions from the Russian people. Almost four hours and too many issues to name, plus some pretty harsh moments. Putin is grilled by the Russian people but was he convincing and will it appease those who were watching closely from afar. WATCH FULL DEBATE: https://youtu.be/OD7_N9SHd2M "In the Now" with RT's Senior Political correspondent Anissa Naouai is the first dedicated nightly Primetime show to air live out of our Moscow headquarters. Host Anissa Naouai has worked in the field for almost a decade and has reported from over 80 cities across the globe. Now from Monday to Thursday viewers can enjoy fresh, honest, and hard-hitting news coverage on some of the world's most pressing issues with one of RT's most experienced journalists . We'll put the spotlight on stories you'll never hear on mainstream networks or even in RT's daily news bulletins. "In the Now" - 8pm Moscow, 6pm London, 1pm New York. Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/inthenowrt Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/INTHENOWRT https://twitter.com/ANOWRT
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Telegraph Canyon to Ajax Gold Mine near Superior Arizona
 
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A off-road trip in our Polaris Rzr from Superior, AZ through Telegraph Canyon to the Ajax Gold Mine. Distance is 10.6 miles one-way and takes 2 hours. Very scenic.
Views: 768 George Kolb
Marcia Bjornerud - Professor of Geology - Lawrence University
 
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I have studied the geology of the Lake Superior region since I was in graduate school and have had an ongoing research project in the Penokee range for the past 10 years. Last spring, together with a colleague from the US Geological Survey (William Cannon), I led a group of 60 geologists on a field trip just west of Mellen, WI as part of the annual Institute of Lake Superior Geology. Two of my most recently published papers have been about the geology of the Penokee range. I also served as an expert witness for the National Wildlife Federation and the Keweenaw Bay Indian Community in a 2008 contested case hearing in Michigan regarding the Kennecott/Rio Tinto Eagle Rock sulfide mine northwest of Marquette, MI. I know that GLIFWC was also involved in this case. This has been edited for space. The full testimony is here: http://woodsperson.blogspot.com/2012/02/on-listening-to-testimony-marcia.html Like you, I find the restrictions for the review process absurd and antiscientific, and the provisions for wetlands 'mitigation' absurd, but I wanted in particular to contribute information about the 'overburden' waste rock that will have to be removed if the proposed mine were created. Namely, there ARE sulfide minerals (mainly pyrite) in the rock unit that lies immediately above the banded iron formation (the Ironwood iron formation) that is the target rock of the proposed mine. The sulfide-bearing layer is called the Tyler Formation, and it is a black shale, locally baked to a slate, that was laid down under low-oxygen (reducing) conditions, so the iron in it occurs as FeCO3 (siderite) and FeS2 (pyrite) rather than hematite (Fe2O3) or magnetite (Fe3O4) as in the iron ore body. So I emphatically agree with Ms. Soltis' suggestion that that the dichotomy between ferrous and sulfide mines is artificial and the mining bill is flawed in its very conception. Please feel free to cite me as the source of this information, share it with others, and let me know if I can help in any way with your work. Marcia Bjornerud Professor of Geology Lawrence University
Views: 1015 Bryan Bliss
EXCLUSIVE: RT speaks with family member of 12-year-old Yemeni boy killed in US drone strike
 
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Although family members of Mohammed Saleh Qayed Taeiman call him a normal sixth grader who was eager to have fun, the US military in January unleashed a deadly drone strike that killed the “al-Qaeda militant” along with two others. Taeiman’s father and brother were in 2012 similarly killed by US strikes, and another brother was wounded in a different attack, dealing multiple blows to the family even before the death of the young boy. With this in mind, RT’s Ben Swann and Reema Abu Hamdieh speak in an exclusive interview with Mohammed’s cousin, Hussein Taeiman. Find RT America in your area: http://rt.com/where-to-watch/ Or watch us online: http://rt.com/on-air/rt-america-air/ Like us on Facebook http://www.facebook.com/RTAmerica Follow us on Twitter http://twitter.com/RT_America
Views: 8996 RT America
Bangla Krishina Satanams
 
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Shob Radha and Krishna voktobrinder janno
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Radical-leftist Syriza party wins elections in Greece
 
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Greek radical-leftist party, Syriza, has won between 35.5 and 39.5 percent of the vote in the national parliamentary election, leaving the country’s ruling New Democracy party more than 10 per cent behind, the exit-polls revealed. LATEST HERE: http://on.rt.com/irailw RT LIVE http://rt.com/on-air Subscribe to RT! http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=RussiaToday Like us on Facebook http://www.facebook.com/RTnews Follow us on Twitter http://twitter.com/RT_com Follow us on Instagram http://instagram.com/rt Follow us on Google+ http://plus.google.com/+RT Listen to us on Soundcloud: https://soundcloud.com/rttv RT (Russia Today) is a global news network broadcasting from Moscow and Washington studios. RT is the first news channel to break the 1 billion YouTube views benchmark.
Views: 42955 RT
Glenn Greenwald: Edward Snowden, NSA, Activism, Democracy & Freedom
 
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In this speech, Glenn Greenwald reveals his experience with Edward Snowden and Laura Poitras in 2013 at Hong Kong before they revealed the highly classified NSA documents to the public. Greenwald also talks about the history of activism and pays tribue to personalities such as Rosa Park, Hans and Sophie Scholl. Other topics that he surfaces in-depth include the reaction of the US government to these revelations, signficance of Edward Snowden's courage & the challenges that we face in the future. BIO: Glenn Edward Greenwald is an American lawyer, journalist and author. In June 2013 Greenwald became widely known after The Guardian published the first of a series of reports detailing United States and British global surveillance programs, based on classified documents disclosed by Edward Snowden. The series on which Greenwald worked along with others won the 2014 Pulitzer Prize for Public Service. His reporting on the National Security Agency (NSA) won numerous other awards around the world, including top investigative journalism prizes from the George Polk Award for National Security Reporting,the 2013 Online Journalism Awards, the Esso Award for Excellence in Reporting in Brazil for his articles in O Globo on NSA mass surveillance of Brazilians (becoming the first foreigner to win the award), the 2013 Libertad de Expresion Internacional award from Argentinian magazine Perfil, and the 2013 Pioneer Award from the Electronic Frontier Foundation. His work on the NSA files was in part the subject of the film Citizenfour, which won the 2014 Academy Award for Best Documentary. Greenwald appeared onstage at the Oscar ceremony with the film's director, Laura Poitras, as she accepted the award.
Views: 5113 acTVism Munich
Ed's Up! - 2x4 clip - Gold Mine
 
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Ed's Up! - 2x4 clip - Gold Mine - Red Lake, Ontario To everyone who thinks they can lift this gold bar, did you notice that when Ed says "I'm guessing it can't be done, or you wouldn't of offered it to me." - "The guy's reply is "Hasn't been done yet" ??? (Peace Point Entertainment Group) Only clips - no full episodes
Views: 221681 Angie Shugs
US & Cuba love-hate relations: ‘No payoffs to American companies seeking $7.5bn for seized assets’
 
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Cuba expert Gloria la Riva, a long-time campaigner against the US embargo, thinks Havana is unlikely to pay up for nationalised Western assets - even with relations with US restored. RT LIVE http://rt.com/on-air Subscribe to RT! http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=RussiaToday Like us on Facebook http://www.facebook.com/RTnews Follow us on Twitter http://twitter.com/RT_com Follow us on Instagram http://instagram.com/rt Follow us on Google+ http://plus.google.com/+RT Listen to us on Soundcloud: https://soundcloud.com/rttv RT (Russia Today) is a global news network broadcasting from Moscow and Washington studios. RT is the first news channel to break the 1 billion YouTube views benchmark.
Views: 8924 RT
Copper Pound TV
 
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While efforts and discussions are underway to bring back copper mining to the Upper Peninsula, some are looking further into the local history of the red metal. Many researches spent the past few days exploring the Keweenaw’s past as they revisited the ancient methods of copper working. The Copper Country received it’s nickname during the mining boom of the mid 1800’s and into the 1900’s but carbon dating shows that mining in this area goes back as far as 7,000 years ago. ‘We had the native Americans here and they found this new material and it was just in this area of the upper Great Lakes. Michigan, Wisconsin, Minnesota, Ontario, Manitoba.’ said, Larry Furo, a coppersmith who shared his expertise with the group in Misery Bay, where they heated raw copper and hammered it into tools and utensils. ‘Awls, knives, spears, fishing gaffs, a lot of decorative items. You name it, they were making it.’ said, Paul Schanen, who is an author on prehistoric copper mining who also guided the activity. ‘There’s some people that sat down here today and with direction from myself and some other experienced smiths, they made some pieces that turned out absolutely fantastic. Better than my first pieces did for sure, but when you’ve got the benefit of having a teacher there helping you along, which the natives would have too, the learning process is a lot smoother that way, versus trying to figure it out on your own.’ said, Schanen. In this modern day replication, the group had the convenience of a propane forge, but in prehistoric days the necessary heat was created using a good old camp fire. Furo also said, ‘They were using fire. The reason we use the forge today is because (it takes a) short amount of time.’ It’s believed by many that metal working started with copper, originating in the Keweenaw Peninsula before spreading to other parts of the world, and eventually evolving into modern day methods that we use today. He added, ‘We still use copper. We coat pots and pans and sometimes we get pure copper pots and things like that, our computers and iPhones and all that now. Copper is one of the most recycled materials there is in the world.’ More information on ancient copper working can be found on the Facebook page: Old Copper Complex and Ancient Waterways. https://www.facebook.com/groups/329350223815305/
Views: 167 Lee Snitz
THE STORY OF THE GORTO SITE DISCOVERY
 
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THE FIND OF A THOUSAND LIFETIMES: THE STORY OF THE GORTO SITE DISCOVERY Presentation by Jim Paquette at the Copper and Culture Conference on Prehistoric Metal Working in the Lake Superior Region, August 7-8, 2015, sponsored by the Copper Country Ancient Sites Conservancy please support preservation and education by contributing at coppercountryancientsitesconservancy.com or on the CCASC Facebook page.
Views: 4265 Todd Rongstad
'Spook First' GCHQ to start recruiting tech graduates to work as spies
 
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Britain's best and brightest are now being offered an extravagant option for the start of their careers. The government's proposing that young web experts and tech graduates work at least two years as spies. Anastasia Churkina's got more details on the programme. RT LIVE http://rt.com/on-air Subscribe to RT! http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=RussiaToday Like us on Facebook http://www.facebook.com/RTnews Follow us on Twitter http://twitter.com/RT_com Follow us on Instagram http://instagram.com/rt Follow us on Google+ http://plus.google.com/+RT Listen to us on Soundcloud: https://soundcloud.com/rttv RT (Russia Today) is a global news network broadcasting from Moscow and Washington studios. RT is the first news channel to break the 1 billion YouTube views benchmark.
Views: 9109 RT
Laura Poitras, Rory Kennedy & Steve James: The Full Documentary Roundtable
 
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Laura Poitras (Citizenfour), Alan Hicks (Keep On Keepin’ On), Orlando von Einsiedel (Virunga), Steve James (Life Itself), Nick Broomfield (Tales of the Grim Sleeper), Rory Kennedy (Last Days in Vietnam) and Ryan White (The Case Against 8) discuss their new films, Roger Ebert's final days and secret Edward Snowden meetings. Subscribe to our channel: https://www.youtube.com/hollywoodreporter Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/HollywoodReporter Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/thr Follow us on Instagram: http://instagram.com/hollywoodreporter Watch more videos on THR.com http://www.hollywoodreporter.com/video
Hixton Silcified Sandstone - Christopher Veit
 
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The Mission of the Copper Country Ancient Sites Conservancy is to facilitate the identification, protection and professional investigation of the ancient archaeological sites of Lake Superior's Copper Country, while also promoting the education of the general public concerning ancient archaeology. To help the CCASC to continue to do the work we are to bring pre-history forward, please consider a donation by going to www.paypal.com and putting in [email protected]
Views: 424 Todd Rongstad
Wiggins speech
 
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February 27, 2013 - Bad River Band of Lake Superior Chippewa Mike Wiggins, Jr. addresses a crowd in the rotunda as the Wisconsin State Senate debates a massive mining deregulation bill that would have direct, catastrophic effects on the Bad River watershed. Transcript: Mike Wiggins, Jr. Wisconsin State Capitol Rotunda February 27, 2013 "We're down here today, we're probably gonna end up watching the Senate vote the mining bill through. Despite of all the citizens of Wisconsin that stood before them, in spite of the efforts of our tribe and the other tribes of Wisconsin the other tribes and sovereign nations to send a message about our water, about Lake Superior -- none of that was heard. "For some, this may have already felt like a long journey. I'm sure those legislators are tired. They've spent over two years to get this through. But for our people, people that are connected to the earth and water, rainbow warriors; it hasn't even been the blink of an eye yet. And that's how long we'll stand against this type of initiative. "For many, this might be their first time in the rotunda standing like this. But for Anishinaabe people we've been through this over and over and over, not to talk about law or numeric values or water quality standards, but to fight for our home. I think we have to remember: It's time to stop calling ourselves Wisconsin immigrants or Americans or anything like that. Stop thinking about ourselves as transients as Walt Bresette once said. But to think of ourselves as being home with the right to live and defend and die in our home. "That mindset -- that mindset of being connected -- is only half the journey. Because accepting everything around us as our home and understanding that we are here, we've always been here and we're not going anywhere, this whole nation to fight, protect and keep on resisting these types of things that are based on nothing but money and short-sightedness. "So today, it's only been a blink of an eye, and today is the start of washing our hands of this place. Hopefully, going back underneath that drum, with our feathers, with the pen, with all those tools and resources around us to fight for our homes, it's going to be a long, long journey. Today is the first day that these guys are going to start to realize that this mine is never going to happen."
Views: 572 Penokee MineInfo