15 Biggest Ship Collisions and Mistakes

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Sometimes people mess up, makes mistakes, and call problems. Usually the mistakes you make are pretty mundane; but if you’re a captain of a ship small mistakes can escalate very quickly. Here are the top 15 biggest ship collisions and mistakes. Several segments are licensed under creative commons https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/legalcode For>>>

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How an Expert Chef Makes Crispy Chicken Tenders — Plateworthy

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On this episode of ‘Plateworthy,’ chef Nyesha Arrington makes homemade chicken tenders with super crispy “shatter batter” for the ultimate crunch. Credits: Host/Producer: Nyesha Arrington Director/Producer: Scott Kan Culinary Producer: Kelsey Rose Weber Camera: Jimmie Armentrout III, Kenny Duclos Editor: Scott Kan Executive Producer: Stephen Pelletteri Development Producer: McGraw Wolfman>>>

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15 Extreme Industrial Machines Ever Made

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When it comes to industrial machines, big is often better. I mean, it makes perfect sense, considering some of the work these huge machines are expected to carry out on a daily basis. There wouldn’t be much point having a flimsy bulldozer when you’re trying to shift acres of dirt,>>>

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15 Largest Vehicles in the World

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Having any kind of vehicle makes life a lot easier. You can get from A to B without any hassles at all. But what if you were able to operate a massive vehicle? What a buzz that could offer! From a 600-foot submarine to a 0.7-mile train, here are 15>>>

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Apple’s Next Big Product: The Apple Car

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Every time Californian tech giant Apple puts out a new product, it makes headlines around the world. That was true of its early home computers – the first to use a recognizably modern user interface – and it was even more true of the iPod, which singlehandedly revolutionized the music>>>

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How Lions See & Hunt at Night 👀 Big Cat Country | Smithsonian Channel

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A pride of lion makes use of their organizational abilities and advanced night vision to corner a puku. It’s an easy meal, and the lions dig in with relish. #BigCatCountry #PunksOnTheRun #SmithsonianChannel From Big Cat Country: https://bit.ly/3j4hgkh Subscribe to The Smithsonian Channel: https://bit.ly/2FE6OSh Twitter: https://bit.ly/33lH712 Instagram: https://bit.ly/3iw9Iay Facebook: https://bit.ly/3kkVOZp Original>>>

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Genesis GV80 2020 Review @carsales.com.au

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Genesis makes its first play at the luxury SUV segment with the four-model GV80 range. 👉Full Review: https://www.carsales.com.au/editorial/details/genesis-gv80-2020-review-australia-127158/ The GV80 lands in Australia this month as an upstart to the Audi Q7, BMW X5 and Mercedes-Benz GLE. In essence, Genesis claims the GV80 offers 15 per cent more value for>>>

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How Animators Light Scenes In 3D-Animated Movies | Movies Insider

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Lighting is essential in 3D animated films for a few reasons: It tells the time of day, makes objects appear more lifelike, and can even convey the mood of a given moment. You can see this in Netflix’s "Over the Moon." Animators start with colorscripts, which portray the entire emotional>>>

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GoPro: Scenic Flight over the Austrian Alps

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Find something that makes you feel this free 🛩️ GoPro Family member and former Red Bull Air Race World Champion Matthias Dolderer shows us why he calls the sky his home 🌤️ Shot 100% on GoPro: https://bit.ly/3oWg5ax Get stoked and subscribe: http://goo.gl/HgVXpQ Music Courtesy of Epidemic Sound https://www.epidemicsound.com/ For more>>>

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