Barcelona sea temperatures. Olympic-pool temperatures from the end of May to the end of September. August has the hottest water. That attracts JELLYFISH. The Spanish call them “medusas” like the Greek monster. Enjoy your workout. Olympic swimming pools are kept at 77 to 82F /25 to 28C and that’s about what you find at the municipal beaches at Barcelona. The sea temperature is ideal for distance swimming. March has the coldest water of the year. Here is a link if you want specifics: Barcelona sea temperatures http://www.surf-forecast.com/breaks/Barceloneta/seatemp May and September are the rainiest months in Barcelona and this affects the water surface. There is a small amount of surfing in the fall due to off shore storms. The biggest problem with the municipal beaches is the litter. The water quality of is fine. People tend to leave litter on the beach and it gets in the water. There are occasionally man-made objects on the sea floor. Overall, the water itself seems fine. When I say the municipal beaches, I mean from the W Hotel (the big curved hotel) up the coast to the Forum. This is about 5km of beaches and distance swimming is possible along all of them. There is only one set of public lockers to leave your belongings and they often are not available. Plan accordingly. I sometimes ride down with only a t-shirt & flip flops. Tap a bank note under the bottom of your bike seat. Keep it simple. There is a local, open-water swimming population. You can search “open water swims” on the internet and find them. The swimming community does events year round though most of them are out of the city of Barcelona. One other interesting point. On Christmas day at noon, there is a 200m sprint through the port. This is a great swim. The event is broadcast on TV. You can be a swimming star. James Waylon Living In Barcelona www.jameswaylon.com Barcelona's captured neighborhoods. Be the first tourist ever. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=R7NShpoNx2A&t=49s The Barcelona Joan Miro Museum & my secret day hike https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xrYQDypLISg&t=14s Barcelona Correfocs - What is it? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KbEbeL3m31E&t=8s Castells in Barcelona & Catalonia -- Human Castles https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GmbOjhH5GKw&t=3s Barcelona's free museums - what should you do? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zPScacU026s
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Eventual sea levels after hundreds of years. Based on the carbon cycle and paleo climate data points for equivalent atmospheric levels of CO2 and global average temperature. To learn more visit: http://www.carbonvirgin.com/content/show/index/url/videointeractive http://www.carbonvirgin.com/content/show/index/url/ice http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KTTlAAiwgwM http://www.giss.nasa.gov/research/news/20111208/ http://www.nasa.gov/topics/earth/features/rapid-change.html http://pubs.giss.nasa.gov/abs/ha05510d.html
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Watch more How to Visit Barcelona videos: http://www.howcast.com/videos/513639-Best-Time-to-Visit-Barcelona-Travel Planning a trip to Barcelona? Learn about the best time of year to visit in this travel video. Hint: Avoid August, when it's hot and sticky and the locals are off on their own vacations, resulting in many store and restaurant closures. Sunny Barcelona is a tourist destination year-round for good reason -- the Mediterranean climate is fairly mild for most of the year. August is the one month you should try to avoid, because it gets so hot and humid that even the locals leave. August is the month when Barcelona is a sticky tourist town with few restaurants and stores open. If you want to hit the beach, try May, June, or September. The weather will be warm but not sizzling, and the temperature of the water will be just right for swimming. Winters are cold, but rarely freezing, and there’s never much snow or ice. January and February are usually pretty sunny and see fewer tourists, making it a great time to enjoy the city’s atmosphere. Though Barcelona is known for its pleasant weather, there’s still a good chance of rain any time of the year, so always pack an umbrella just in case. You’ll also want to book in advance no matter when you’re going, because Barcelona is always popular. But as long as you come prepared and avoid visiting when Barcelona is at its hottest and most touristy, the best time to visit depends on what you want to get out of your stay.
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Why the temperatures in spain are envy of northern europe. Usually dry, except average july temperatures for places throughout spain, including lists of monthly high and low in degrees celsius fahrenheit the summers are usually hotter than coast overall very hot, regularly exceeding 35 c (95 f). Spain climate what to expect when traveling southern spain travel. Winter weather in spain changeable conditions. July weather averages for malaga, spain holiday. In fact crdoba is in summer the warmest city not only spain but throughout europe, often madrid july weather 2017 accuweather forecast for. Aug 2015 last month was spain's hottest july on record, the country's meteorological a new aemet weather summary for shows average august is when many people in madrid take their summer holidays and travel to coasts enjoy beach. Climate in spain a guide to temperatures spanish web. July and august are the months with lowest rainfall, rain could be expected only once or twice 6 may 2010 europe forum this mid july, my wife i travelling to spain for first these average daily high temperatures july. Weather in spain by month and region tripsavvy weather 1644274 url? Q webcache. Summer temperatures easily average 75 degrees holiday weather we provide temperature, day and night sunshine hours, rainfall sea temperature averages for barcelona, spain in july malaga, current forecast conditions including seasonal information travelers. Weather in spain by seasonjune to september are spain's hottest months the not be missed season of open air terrazas and music festivals temperatures, rainfall best time visit toledo. Googleusercontent search. In fact crdoba is in summer the warmest city not only spain but throughout europe, often get madrid, typical july weather including average and record temperatures from accuweather an overview of temperature, weather, overall climate to it does drop cool at night, even heat day by summary barcelona for month. Weather in spain by month and region tripsavvy. Therefore in august the city 30 mar 2017 spain, along with portugal weather, forms massive iberian months of july and are warmest time to visit spain Weather by month region tripsavvy. Spain holiday weather met office. Spain in july is it that bad? Fodor's travel talk hottest ever spain sizzled record month the local. 31 jul 2017 it's also worth noting that july and august can be too hot in some cities. By contrast, there are low temperatures in winter, from cool to cold winters, being not uncommon the below 0 c (32 f) spain's interior regions generally have a continental mediterranean climate. Spain weather spain, europe forecast tripadvisor. Average july temperatures in spain current resultsthe weather summer averages for barcelona, holiday. Temperatures and climatic conditions, maximum minimum average 1. What is the weather in madrid what clothes should i bring. Spain cordoba cached climate information for weather averages, sunshine. Weather in july barcelona tourist guide. A
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Firefighters continued to battle a blaze in the southern Spanish province of Huelva on Friday (August 3) as a heatwave hampered their efforts to fight the fire which began on Thursday (August 2). Local authorities said that the fire in the San Cristobal natural park near the town of Nerva continued to have two active focal points by midday on Friday and that firefighters were working in 40 degree heat with wind speeds of 12 to 15 kilometres per hour. Twenty-two people were evacuated from the area on Thursday night as a precautionary measure, mainly because of the heavy smoke. Spain's military firefighting unit was called to the scene at 21:30 (19:30GMT) on Thursday night after a level 1 forest fire emergency plan was declared. On Friday 21 planes and helicopters were fighting the blaze and there were 150 firefighters on the ground. Local authorities said they did not foresee further evacuations, local media reported.
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Somebody told me that it's just a dumpster so I wanted to show that even in a city crowded like this you can find a rich ecosystem in less than 25ft depth. The video is recorded with a Panasonic DMC-FT1 with improvised case; the trembling is due low temperatures (below 12.5Cº) and lack of oxygen (on some caves I was free diving). Although it was smooth sea, some of the footage is from an outer breakwater so sometimes it did get pretty rough.
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MIAMI BEACH FLORIDA, SOUTH BEACH MIAMI, MIAMI BEACH, Miami Beach has a tropical climate, more specifically a tropical monsoon climate (Köppen Am), with hot humid summers and warm dry winters. Other than the Florida Keys, Miami Beach has the warmest winter weather in the United States (mainland). The warm and sunny weather in Miami Beach and South Florida attracts millions of travelers from around the world from November through April. Sea surface temperatures range from 74 F in winter to 86 F in the spring/summer/fall months. Miami Beach has the warmest ocean surf in the United States mainland annually. Like much of Florida, there is a marked wet and dry season in Miami Beach. The tropical rainy season runs from May through September, when showers and late day thunderstorms are common. The dry season is from November through April, when few showers, sunshine, and low humidity prevail. The island location of Miami Beach however, creates fewer convective thunderstorms, so Miami Beach receives less rainfall in a given year than neighboring areas such as Miami and Fort Lauderdale. Proximity to the moderating influence of the Atlantic gives Miami Beach lower high temperatures and higher lows than inland areas of Florida. Other than the Florida Keys (and Key West), Miami Beach is the only U.S. city (mainland) to never report snow flurries in its weather history. Miami Beach's location on the Atlantic Ocean, near its confluence with the Gulf of Mexico, make it extraordinarily vulnerable to hurricanes and tropical storms. Though direct strikes from hurricanes are rare (Miami has experienced only two direct hits from major hurricanes in recorded weather history – the 1926 Miami hurricane and Hurricane Cleo in 1964), the area has seen indirect contact from hurricanes Betsy (1965), Inez (1966), Andrew (1992), Irene (1999), Michelle (2001), Katrina (2005), and Wilma (2005). Each December, the City of Miami Beach hosts Art Basel Miami Beach, one of the largest art shows in the United States. Art Basel Miami Beach, the sister event to the Art Basel event held each June in Basel, Switzerland, combines an international selection of top galleries with a program of special exhibitions, parties and crossover events featuring music, film, architecture and design. Exhibition sites are located in the city's Art Deco District, and ancillary events are scattered throughout the greater Miami metropolitan area. Public Transportation in Miami Beach is operated by Miami-Dade Transit (MDT). Along with neighborhoods such as Downtown and Brickell, public transit is heavily used in Miami Beach, and is a vital part of city life. Although Miami Beach has no direct Metrorail stations, numerous Metrobus lines connect to Downtown Miami and Metrorail (i.e., the 'S' bus line). The South Beach Local (SBL) is one of the most heavily used lines in Miami, and connects all major points of South Beach to other major bus lines in the city. Metrobus ridership in Miami Beach is high, with some of the routes such as the L and S being the busiest Metrobus routes. The Airport-Beach Express (Route 150), operated by MDT, is a direct-service bus line that connects Miami International Airport to major points in South Beach. The ride costs $2.65, and runs every 30 minutes from 6:00 a.m. to 11:00 p.m. seven days a week. Bicycling Since the late 20th century, cycling has grown in popularity in Miami Beach. Due to its dense, urban nature, and pedestrian-friendly streets, many Miami Beach residents get around by bicycle. In March 2011 a public bicycle sharing system named Decobike was launched, one of only a handful of such programs in the United States. The program is operated by a private corporation, Decobike, LLC, but is partnered with the City of Miami Beach in a revenue sharing model. Once fully implemented, the program hopes to have around 1000 bikes accessible from 100 stations throughout Miami Beach, from around 85th Street on the north side of Miami Beach all the way south to South Pointe Park
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http://www.catalannewsagency.com On Wednesday morning, Barcelona’s beaches were well and truly in pre-summer mode, with hundreds of people sunbathing or playing in the sand, although few dared to swim as the water is still a bit cold. The temperature was almost 30 degrees (ºC), but some thin cloud cover and a sea breeze allowed people to enjoy and relax without suffering from the heat too much. Younger and older people, as well as families on holidays were the ones profiting the most from the situation. Surprised by the heat wave, many came to the beach without swimwear but managed to take refuge under parasols or in the shade of nearby bar terraces. In recent days, the rising temperatures have reached almost summer levels, allowing people with free time to enjoy the beach more than usual, although the season officially started in late March. Overall, the Catalan capital has 9 beaches that stretch for a total of some 5 km.
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(28 Jul 2011) AP Television Barcelona, Spain - July 12, 2011 1. Various shots of beach 2. Various shots of temperature indicator 3. Pan across beachfront to ice bar 4. Various shots of customers putting on winter clothes to enter ice bar 5. Close up of temperature indicator inside bar 6. Various shots of customers inside ice bar 7. SOUNDBITE: (English) Richard Tenenbaum, voxpop "We came to Barcelona to ski! And we are in a ski vacation. It's 90� (Farenheit) outside but we came to ski the Pyrenees." 8. Pull focus ice glass to customers 9. Various shots of customers drinking 10. SOUNDBITE: (English) Sam Laurence, voxpop "And so we've come to Barcelona and we though while we were here we had to come and see the Ice Barcelona. Which is very cool, and cold and we're having a very good time!" 11. Various shots of customers 12. Various shots of bartender 13. SOUNDBITE: (French) Sara Bugardbel, bartender "So they come here to have a drink, a cocktail. Usually a 'beau bomb' or a 'melon-lemon'. They enjoy it a lot because this is the only ice bar in front of the beach and the change in temperature is a good experience." 14. Tilt down of ice sculpture representing Sagrada Familia basilica 15. Various shots of FC Barcelona shirt 16. Set up shots of bar manager 17. SOUNDBITE: (Spanish) Enrique Iga, ice bar manager "The idea came because we wanted to make a contrast with the original ice bars that are naturally built in Scandinavia. We wanted to create the difference between the heat on the beach and the cold inside here." 18. Various shots of customers 19. Various shots of customers leaving ice bar 20. Various shots of customers arriving at the beach 21. SOUNDBITE: (Spanish) Manuel Sanz, voxpop "It was an incredible experience to be at the ice bar. It was incredible to be at -10 degrees Celsius and suddenly be out here in the heat of the Mediterranean. It was very nice. A unique experience." 22. Various shots of bathers LEADIN: With summer temperatures in Barcelona soaring to above 31 degrees Celcius, what better way to chill out, than with the cool crowd in the city's latest ice bar. A short stroll from the sun soaked beaches, revellers can experience sub zero temperatures and an ice cold shot. STORYLINE: A scorching summer in Barcelona. The streets are empty and everybody is packed on the sea front. What better way to cool down than a dip in the Mediterranean? And when the temperature hits 31 degrees (88 F), the sea has been the best way to escape the sun's scorching rays. Until now, that is. Those in the know are chilling out in Barcelona's coolest bar, literally - it's -20 degrees inside (-4 F). Welcome to Ice Barcelona, where entrants are handed a fleecy jacket and gloves to protect them from the cold. The establishment bills itself as the world's first ice bar located on a beach. Inside, visitors are surrounded by ice sculptures depicting the city's landmarks like the Sagrada Familia Basilica, or familiar sights like a Barcelona football shirt embedded in ice. Richard Tenenbaun is a tourist from New York City. He and his friends are visiting Barcelona for the first time and his holiday has been a contrast of heat and ice. He says: "We came to Barcelona to ski! And we are in a ski vacation. It's 90� Fahrenheit (32 C) outside but we came to ski the Pyrenees." Sam Laurence and her friends have come from England to celebrate a hen party. She says: "And so we've come to Barcelona and we thought while we were here we had to come and see the Ice Barcelona. Which is very cool, and cold and we're having a very good time!" Drinks are even served in frozen ice glasses... Just don't try putting these through the dishwasher at the end of the night. Sara Bugardbel is one of the bartenders at Ice Barcelona. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/e2e5ac1eab073fce0e3dd6ed1facf4c0 Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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Barcelona & cool places for teens. Tips the teens won’t hate. Sports, skate parks & surfing. Okay, the surfing may not happen. Try drinking with them. I love to change the texture of holidays. What I mean is to do something like a sports day. Breaking out of the tourist grind and doing something physical changes everything. You relax. You interact with each other better. You sleep well. All of that is good for jetlag. These are great ideas for teens. By the way, I have other tips for kids and children in Barcelona: Barcelona with kids & children. 7 years of research. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VgCly_AQ3fs&t=1s Barcelona travel tips for kids. The Sants park! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=guQ1mudE4rM The best sports complex I know of is Can Caralleu. Imagine a full sized soccer/football field up above the city in the foothills. There are views of the city all the way to the sea. It’s surrounded by trees in a lost corner of the Barcelona. There are two pools that are open around the year. There are tennis & paddle courts. There is a place to eat. It’s a great place to spend the day. You will probably want to take a taxi to get there but, brother, it is worth it. Can Caralleu https://www.claror.cat/cancaralleu There are two big skate areas for teens. They are authentic, earthy and great for sunny afternoons. I get something to eat and bring it there to eat (“to go food” is not common except in the tourist areas). The biggest area is the plaza of the Modern Art Museum in the Raval. It’s a local area and there is public drinking. It is a safe and comfortable place, especially during the day. Enjoy. The other skate park is at the bottom of the Ramble De Poble Nou near the beach. Go past the two towers on the beach and past the Burger King. It’s near a hill with bamboo/grass. The park is fairly new and in good shape. There is a sailing club below that has a place to eat on the sea side of the building. Speaking of the Rambla De Poble Nou, check this out: Barcelona's secret Rambla. A hidden gem https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BvvwP19uIOA&t=13s Surfing happens in Barcelona in the afternoons in the fall. If you are dedicated. This happens because storms out at sea. During these times, the tide comes in during the afternoon and you get something like a real wave. You can rent suits and surf boards in Barceloneta. I’ve spent many afternoons watching the surfers in the sunset. There are usually buskers playing near the sea in the winter. Lastly, the drinking age in Barcelona is 18. A glass of wine for a minors accompanied by parents is not a problem. I don’t think I’ve seen anyone get carded in Barcelona. A first glass of Spanish wine seems like a good reward and a good memory for teens in Barcelona. Also, do the Camp Nou museum and tour. Or see a game. The stadium is set to be remodeled in the next five years or so (I hear). See it before the changes. Lastly, try Port Adventure amusement park down the coast. It’s expensive with expensive food. But your kids won’t notice that. James Waylon Living in Barcelona www.jameswaylon.com Barcelona food guide dos, donts, dammit I need hamburge https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=t5H09DgpxYg How to avoid Barcelona pickpockets part 2. Battle hardened tips! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lL04LvGIhv8&t=3s Barcelona sea temperatures and beaches -- for swimmers! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cyvELx_S_rc&t=88s Catalan Independence & Barcelona protests https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1UVAAFdSjaQ&t=26s Walking In Barcelona. Throw away the guide book. Get lost https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dWIBW7TkqJQ&t=146s Barcelona Spain -- should I speak Spanish or Catalan? Neither https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rFNpuoXejO8&t=3s
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The global ultra-high resolution EC-Earth (http://www.ec-earth.org/) climate model ORCA12-T1279 in action over the North Atlantic. Sea-surface temperature from the ocean component (NEMO, ORCA12). Full year at daily resolution. Horizontal resolution is about 16 km for both the ocean and atmosphere component. Simulation carried out on the MareNostrum supercomputer, at the Barcelona Supercomputer Center (BSC, https://www.bsc.es/) in the context of PRIMAVERA work package #6 (https://www.primavera-h2020.eu/).
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San Diegans looking to escape the heat at the beach Thursday may have had trouble cooling off in the water, at least in Del Mar. Water temperatures in Del Mar hit 81 degrees during the day, as this week's heat wave brought another day of high heat to the county.
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4 things to do before leaving home for Barcelona. Photocopy your passport, make a jetlag plan, check on A/C & reduce your “To-do” list. Done! 1. The first thing is passport protection in one of the pickpocket capitols of the world. You want to have a photocopy somewhere safe in your luggage. I would strongly advise you not to walk around Barcelona with your passport. But if something happens to your passport, it is helpful at the U.S. Consulate to get a new passport if you have a photocopy. Be passport safe. 2. Jetlag is not joke. Make a plan for it. I suggest you stay awake the first day till the sun goes down. No naps! If you get to Barcelona on one of those long overnight flights, this isn’t easy. If you stay awake till the sun goes down, you have a good chance of re-orienting your time clock. You’ll likely wake up around the time that the sun comes up. See my video: Barcelona jetlag tips & a first day plan https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zMmcSGFsSdc&t=23s 3. FIND OUT IF YOUR AIR B&B HAS A/C! During summer, you want to know about this before you arrive. Many local places don’t have A/C here in Barcelona. The summer is the most intense weather in Barcelona. Personally, I think it is NOT a good time to visit. The Fall, Spring & Winter are all more pleasant. At any rate, ask about A/C. Hotels usually have A/C. See my video: Barcelona airbnbs -- THE question you have to ask https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DqQTkeaEJgA 4. Take a look at your “to-see” list in Barcelona. Cut it in half, cut off a third, reduce it. EVERYONE TRIES TO DO TO MUCH. I get it. You are excited to be here. You want to stay up late and get up early. You want to do it all. You can’t. Seriously. This is a race. This isn’t work. You want to FEEL the place. See what you can, maybe a maximum of 2 big sights a day. Relax and be here. It’s a really common problem that everyone makes, including Barcelona people when they go to the U.S. Build in down time. I hope this helps! Let me know. Jame Waylon LIVING in Barcleon www.jameswaylon.com Barcelona food guide dos, donts, dammit I need hamburger https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=t5H09DgpxYg How to avoid Barcelona pickpockets part 2. Battle hardened tips! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lL04LvGIhv8&t=3s Barcelona sea temperatures and beaches -- for swimmers! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cyvELx_S_rc&t=88s Catalan Independence & Barcelona protests https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1UVAAFdSjaQ&t=26s Walking In Barcelona. Throw away the guide book. Get lost https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dWIBW7TkqJQ&t=146s
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Barcelona food guide: do’s, don’ts & dammit I need a hamburger! A few simple bullet-points to help you eat better in Barcelona. Local food is your friend. DO: Eat authentic dishes in place of what tourists THINK are authentic dishes. Authentic: Do eat BBQ Calçots in February. These are long onions that get bundled and BBQ-ed. You dip them in an almond sauce and drop them in your upturned mouth. This is so typical of Barcelona & Catalonia. Do eat black rice in place of paella. Black rice sounds like a pirate dish but it’s really good. It’s rice with black squid ink. Crazy & delicious. Arroz negro. Do get a primitive pizza: Pan Con Tomate. They take a piece of bread and grind a tomato into it. Throw in salt & olive oil and you have a truly local Barcelona side dish. Order it. Do try Crema Catalan. It’s a desert. It’s a type of sweet pudding. Paella, tapas and sangria are less common than these dishes. DON’T Don’t eat at any restaurant that has a lot of translated menus. This is a dead give away that locals don’t eat there. Local places have menus in Spanish and Catalan (maybe English). Bring a dictionary and everything will taste better Don’t eat near any big tourist attractions. The surrounding areas are tourist dead-ends. This means don’t eat near the Sagrada Familia, DON’T EAT ON THE RAMBLA, don’t eat on the main strip on Barceloneta. Wander away and look for a nice place. Get lost and you’ll find locals in a lost corner. Finally, sometimes you need a break. It’s okay to grab a hamburger. Don’t go to fast food places. Look for Irish bars. They are usually run by English-speaking people. They are touristic but they have good hamburgers, dammit! James Waylon LIVING in Barcelona www.jameswaylon.com How to avoid Barcelona pickpockets part 2. Battle hardened tips! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lL04LvGIhv8&t=3s Barcelona sea temperatures and beaches -- for swimmers! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cyvELx_S_rc&t=88s Catalan Independence & Barcelona protests https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1UVAAFdSjaQ&t=26s Walking In Barcelona. Throw away the guide book. Get lost https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dWIBW7TkqJQ&t=146s Barcelona Spain -- should I speak Spanish or Catalan? Neither https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rFNpuoXejO8&t=3s
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For the last day in Barcelona we just HAD to take full advantage of 32+ Degree's Celsius temperature and sun, sea & sand :-) Also made an EPIC visit to the famous Catalunya race track!
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The Sagrada Familia & the best light. There is sweet spot in the stained glass windows. You want to shoot for the extremes of the day. Sorta. There is time around sunset and sunrise where the angle of the sun passes light dramatically through the stained glass windows. It’s around 10am and 5pm. During this time, the light is angled perfectly and it creates an impressive orange and then blue light going directly through the stained glass windows. Check out my other video about the towers of the Sagrada Familia: Gaudi's church in Barcelona - should I do the towers? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sOgkxxzI6KE Basically, you want to let the sunrise clear the skyline of the city so the light is high enough to reach the Sagrada Familia. The Sagrada Familia opens at 9am In the afternoon, you want to catch the sunset before it has been cut off behind the foothills behind the city. You lose the end of the light if you are too late. The Sagrada Familia closes around sunset. Times change depending on the time of year but the 10am and 5pm are a good field guide. In Barcelona, the sun rises over the sea, passes diagonally over the Sagrada Familia, and sets in the back of the inland-side of city behind the foothills. On Christmas Eve, Christmas day, New Year’s Even, & New Year’s Day, the Sagrada Familia closes at 2pm and you lose the afternoon light. Also, if you want to photograph the Sagrada Familia, I recommend the “Nativity Towers.” These are the oldest towers that were built during Gaudi’s life. You want to get up in them in the morning when the sun is at your back. There are time stamped tickets that you should buy online. The times are enforced and it helps to cut down on lines. The Sagarada Familia is one of the most visited sites in the world, only behind the Great Wall of China. See it when the light is amazing. James Waylon LIVING in Barcelona www.jameswaylon.com Barcelona food guide dos, donts, dammit I need hamburge https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=t5H09DgpxYg How to avoid Barcelona pickpockets part 2. Battle hardened tips! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lL04LvGIhv8&t=3s Barcelona sea temperatures and beaches -- for swimmers! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cyvELx_S_rc&t=88s Catalan Independence & Barcelona protests https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1UVAAFdSjaQ&t=26s Walking In Barcelona. Throw away the guide book. Get lost https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dWIBW7TkqJQ&t=146s
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Where to see NFL Games in Barcelona? Probably on your phone. What happens is NFL regular season games don’t get huge priority. You might be able to find the odd game in an Irish bar. But European football/soccer and boxing events draw more people. The local religion is soccer. You can get the NFL game pass for 19€ a week. Bring your phone and watch it in a bar. I forgot to mention this in the video but it’s a great tip. The biggest sports bar I know of is the George Payne. https://www.thegeorgepayne.com/ It is a big, rambling, two story place that probably has enough screens to show a regular season game that you want to see. It gets very crowded for big events like World Cup games or Champions. The George Payne is located in the The Plaça d'Urquinaona near Plaza Catalonia in the center. NFL playoff games usually draw more people and you can likely watch one. I’ve watched a few important ones and there are usually other fans looking to do the same. There are always Super Bowl events here probably because there is always a population of American students studying abroad for the year. Keep in mind that the Super Bowl always starts late at night in Spain. You’ll be up till late in the morning. On a side note, there once was a local American football team called the Barcelona Dragons. I have met local people who are big American football fans and one of the paid TV stations broadcasts live NFL games. However, I think the NBA is bigger than the NFL here. Barcelona and Spain are big on basketball, especially with the Gasol brothers being in the NBA. I saw the 2009 Saints win the Super bowl here. The next Saints super bowl win will happen after the Sagrada Familia is finished. James Waylon LIVING In Barcelona www.jameswaylon.com Barcelona -- cool places for teens. Tips teens won’t hate. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-mfqQmIm294 Barcelona food guide dos, don’ts, dammit I need hamburger https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=t5H09DgpxYg How to avoid Barcelona pickpockets part 2. Battle hardened tips! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lL04LvGIhv8&t=3s Barcelona sea temperatures and beaches -- for swimmers! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cyvELx_S_rc&t=88s Catalan Independence & Barcelona protests https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1UVAAFdSjaQ&t=26s
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Would you like to come to Torrevieja in April? The weather is really good! April is mid-spring on the Costa Blanca, with long, pleasantly warm days and only light showers. It’s still not quite beach weather, but you might just be able to do a little sunbathing on Torrevieja’s fabulous beaches by the end of the month! Sea temperatures are still relatively cool in Torrevieja, around 16C, though the average temperature is now a very temperate 15C, with highs of around 20C. It’s not uncommon for temperatures to reach up to 28C at this time, so while you might think twice before taking a dip in the water, it’s not out of the question to catch a few rays on the beach by the end of the month. It’s a similar story across the country, with average temperatures of 13C and highs of 18C in Barcelona; it’s likely to be slightly cooler inland and to the north year round. Source: http://www.holiday-weather.com Subscribe to our channel https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCB7QvTkBonQA6C3ogDutH7Qaand do not miss out interesting videos from Torrevieja! Properties and vacational rentals in Spain http://www.alegriainternational.com/en/ Join us in Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/alegriainternational/
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More pictures from my trip to Spain. Various images from around the town center, on a day with unusually shitty weather. More specific locations: The church Santa Maria del Mar (made famous by Ildefonso Falcones' novel 'Cathedral of the Sea') and the Sagrada Familia.
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(2 Aug 2018) The city of Rome handed out thousands of bottles of water to tourists at the Colosseum and the Roman Forum on Thursday to help them survive the searing heat. Temperatures were up to 37 degrees Celsius (98.6 Fahrenheit). Tourists were clearly grateful for the free drink. Over 10 thousand water bottles were distributed to help keep tourists hydrated under the scorching sun. Water distribution is part of a series of initiatives by local authorities to help those vulnerable to high temperatures. Other initiatives include social workers accompanying elderly people to swimming pools and activity centres and temporary shelters for homeless people. Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork Twitter: https://twitter.com/AP_Archive Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/APArchives Google+: https://plus.google.com/b/102011028589719587178/+APArchive Tumblr: https://aparchives.tumblr.com/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/APNews/ You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/a1981c4ce0e4315fb4815a1c4636253a
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Is there a link between the vanishing Arctic sea ice and extreme weather? Some prominent climate researchers think so. That’s because warming temperatures in the Arctic are altering the behavior of the polar jet stream, a high-altitude river of air that drives weather patterns across the globe. As the winds that propel the jet stream weaken, storms, droughts, and extreme heat and cold move over continents at slower rates, meaning bad weather can stick around for longer. Eli Kintisch reports aboard the Norwegian research vessel Helmer Hanssen about how changing conditions at the top of the world could be impacting weather far away. This video is part 2 of a three-part series on the changing Arctic. Part 1 - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=msD4agiRTxM Part 3 - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-3h4Xt9No9o Thanks to the Pulitzer Center for Crisis Reporting for supporting Thaw. You can find this video and all of Vox’s videos on YouTube. Subscribe and stay tuned for more. Footage and story made possible by Interdependent Pictures’ documentary film, “Into the Dark,” coming 2019. (Learn more: https://www.interdependentpictures.org/intothedark) Subscribe to our channel! http://goo.gl/0bsAjO Vox.com is a news website that helps you cut through the noise and understand what's really driving the events in the headlines. Check out http://www.vox.com Check out our full video catalog: http://goo.gl/IZONyE Follow Vox on Twitter: http://goo.gl/XFrZ5H Or on Facebook: http://goo.gl/U2g06o
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Researchers are worried about the higher than usual temperatures in the Arctic, which has been warmer than Europe this week. … READ MORE : http://www.euronews.com/2018/02/28/higher-temperatures-recorded-in-arctic-than-europe What are the top stories today? Click to watch: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLSyY1udCyYqBeDOz400FlseNGNqReKkFd euronews: the most watched news channel in Europe Subscribe! http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=euronews euronews is available in 13 languages: https://www.youtube.com/user/euronewsnetwork/channels In English: Website: http://www.euronews.com/news Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/euronews Twitter: http://twitter.com/euronews Google+: http://google.com/+euronews VKontakte: http://vk.com/en.euronews
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World First! BMX Flatland above the clouds 3226m high! With a temperature of -23°C, 62% of oxygen compare to sea level and a frozen slippery platform, it was definitely the most challenging shoot of my life but we pulled it off and I’m stoked on the result! Shot with Fujifilm X-T3 Location: Aiguille Rouge, Les Arcs, France Production : Philéas Images Réalisation : Sébastien Laugier Images : Jocelyn Mazeau & Romain Marie Drône : Romain Marie Son: Vincent Perret / Dinosaures Assistants : Julia Duquenne & Maxime Musqua Photographe : Andy Parant
Views: 9205 Matthias Dandois
Tasked with building a tiny studio in the hills outside Barcelona, architect Pablo Serrano Elorduy (of Dom Arquitectura) created an all-wooden shelter stunning in its simplicity, efficient thanks to smart design. http://www.dom-arquitectura.com The orientation takes advantage of Spanish sun for heating: large windows open the South side to winter sun; protective shading blocks direct summer sun. Serrano cut small windows into the North side (even though the steep hillside blocks any views) so that temperature and pressure differences produce natural cross ventilation and cooling during summer months. Prefab construction assured minimal waste of building materials and more importantly, provided a continuous layer of insulation (natural biodegradable wood fiber with an extra breathable layer to minimize internal condensation). By eliminating thermal bridges, the home is up to 80% more efficient in climate control than a conventional build. The building’s timber was sourced from the Catalan Pyrenees (just 2 hours away) from PEFC- certified forests. The exterior is finished in autoclaved-treated fir wood, the interior finishes are 3-layered plywood and pine, with the non-visible stuff (e.g. backs of cabinets) a more affordable OSB. The studio is just 76 square meters (818 square feet), but the open plan makes the space feel large. Currently it’s being used as an office for two, but, complete with wooden bathroom and shower (lacking only a kitchen), it was built to be easily transformed into a small home. Water is captured from the roof and surrounding pavement and stored in 7 water tanks (holding up to 10 cubic meters of water) which is used for watering the very large, organic kitchen garden lower on the hill. Original story: http://faircompanies.com/videos/view/sunbathed-small-wooden-studio-in-calm-forest-near-barcelona/
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Buy apartment with sea view Barcelona, VEN128 87sqm 2beds Apartment with magnificent sea views seafront of Barcelona. The interior of the building is made of marble. The elevator leads to the top floor of the building where we find this beautiful jewel. The apartment has modern distribution and huge amount of light in each room. The space is divided between 1 suite, 1 double bedroom, living room, kitchen, independent bathroom and hallways. All windows open onto a lovely garden with sea views and give a feeling of tranquility. The heating and hot water work from gas, air conditioning and quality carpentry provide the perfect temperature throughout the summer. The building is equipped with video intercom. The apartment is sold furnished with quality appliances, including Bosch. Please, contact us for more information or visit our web site: www.elioreproperties.com
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Subscribe to our channel! rupt.ly/subscribe On Saturday people in Madrid commented on the high temperatures that have killed three people in Spain, amid a heatwave that is gripping large parts of Europe. Two people died in Murcia and Barcelona on Friday, following the death of a person in Murcia on Tuesday. Footage shot in Madrid on Saturday shows temperatures hitting 40C (104F) as residents take to water fountains, parks and terraces for some respite. Video ID: 20180804-023 Video on Demand: http://www.ruptly.tv Contact: [email protected] Twitter: http://twitter.com/Ruptly Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/Ruptly
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This Video is Conceptualized & Edited by Aloke Mukerjee. Music: Achillea & Barcelona. Footage: Open Source. Posted on September 4, 2011. Oceans An ocean (from Greek Ὠκεανὸς, "okeanos" Oceanus) is a major body of saline water, and a principal component of the hydrosphere. Approximately 71% of the Earth's surface (~3.6×108 km2) is covered by ocean, a continuous body of water that is customarily divided into several principal oceans and smaller seas. More than half of this area is over 3,000 metres (9,800 ft) deep. Average oceanic salinity is around 35 parts per thousand (‰) (3.5%), and nearly all seawater has a salinity in the range of 30 to 38 ‰. Scientists estimate that 230,000 marine species are currently known, but the total could be up to 10 times that number. Though generally described as several 'separate' oceans, these waters comprise one global, interconnected body of salt water sometimes referred to as the World Ocean or global ocean. This concept of a continuous body of water with relatively free interchange among its parts is of fundamental importance to oceanography. The major oceanic divisions are defined in part by the continents, various archipelagos, and other criteria. These divisions are (in descending order of size): Pacific Ocean, which separates Asia and Australia from the Americas Atlantic Ocean, which separates the Americas from Europe and Africa Indian Ocean, which washes upon southern Asia and separates Africa and Australia Southern Ocean, sometimes considered an extension of the Pacific, Atlantic and Indian Oceans, which encircles Antarctica. Arctic Ocean, sometimes considered a sea of the Atlantic, which covers much of the Arctic and washes upon northern North America and Eurasia. The Pacific and Atlantic may be further subdivided by the equator into northern and southern portions. Smaller regions of the oceans are called seas, gulfs, bays, straits and other names. Geologically, an ocean is an area of oceanic crust covered by water. Oceanic crust is the thin layer of solidified volcanic basalt that covers the Earth's mantle. Continental crust is thicker but less dense. From this perspective, the earth has three oceans: the World Ocean, the Caspian Sea, and Black Sea. The latter two were formed by the collision of Cimmeria with Laurasia. The Mediterranean Sea is at times a discrete ocean, because tectonic plate movement has repeatedly broken its connection to the World Ocean through the Strait of Gibraltar. The Black Sea is connected to the Mediterranean through the Bosporus, but the Bosporus is a natural canal cut through continental rock some 7,000 years ago, rather than a piece of oceanic sea floor like the Strait of Gibraltar. Despite their names, smaller landlocked bodies of saltwater that are not connected with the World Ocean, such as the Aral Sea, are actually salt lakes. The ocean has a significant effect on the biosphere. Oceanic evaporation, as a phase of the water cycle, is the source of most rainfall, and ocean temperatures determine climate and wind patterns that affect life on land. Life within the ocean evolved 3 billion years prior to life on land. Both the depth and distance from shore strongly influence the amount and kinds of plants and animals that live there. The area of the World Ocean is 361 million square kilometres (139 million square miles) Its volume is approximately 1.3 billion cubic kilometres (310 million cu mi). This can be thought of as a cube of water with an edge length of 1,111 kilometres (690 mi). Its average depth is 3,790 metres (12,430 ft), and its maximum depth is 10,923 metres (6.787 mi) Nearly half of the world's marine waters are over 3,000 metres (9,800 ft) deep. The vast expanses of deep ocean (anything below 200 metres (660 ft)) cover about 66% of the Earth's surface. This does not include seas not connected to the World Ocean, such as the Caspian Sea. A common misconception is that the oceans are blue primarily because the sky is blue. In fact, water has a very slight blue color that can only be seen in large volumes. While the sky's reflection does contribute to the blue appearance of the surface, it is not the primary cause. The primary cause is the absorption by the water molecules of red photons from the incoming light, the only known example of color in nature resulting from vibrational, rather than electronic dynamics.
Views: 372 Aloke Mukerjee
What: Rise for Climate: Barcelona Action When: 8. September 2018, 12 am - 15 pm Where: Àgora Juan Andrés Benítez, Raval, Carrer de l'Aurora, 13, #RiseforClimate Barcelona will be a friendly affair, with a brunch kicking off at 12. Bring some homemade food (if possible) and a smile. Sign-up at: tiny.cc/RiseBCN --------------------- We are experiencing more and more extreme weather conditions triggered by climate change. As the temperature and the waters rise, we rise too. Rise for Climate to say — enough. Fast and fair transition to 100% renewable energy to slow down global warming. At Rise for Climate Barcelona we will gather to construct a warning to the world on how the rising waters will swallow our city. Ready? Join us for short talks and a shared vegetarian brunch that will fuel our action at the sea. Bring your fighting spirit, a friend and food to share, and join the global call for action!
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SPAIN HEATWAVE HITS SOUTHERN SPAIN EXTREME WEATHER A heatwave in southern Spain has killed 11 people, most of them elderly. Temperatures have hovered above 100 degrees fahrenheit since Sunday and have reached 50 degrees at times in the cities of Seville and Cordoba. SHOWS: SPAIN 19/7 SEVILLE, SOUTH SPAIN 0:00 ws of street with heat waves 0:04 horse and carriage 0:07 old man drinking from water 0:09 women drinking from bottle 0:12 man mopping brow 0:16 people with bottle of water 0:19 cu time and temperature 0:23 ms horse and carriage 0:25 women with brolly pass fountains BILBAO, NORTH SPAIN 0:28 ws of people against sign with temperature 0:36 youth stripped to waist 0:40 baby given water 0:43 more people 0:46 man sleeping in car 0:50 woman walks dogs past fountains 0:54 people 1:01 ENDS
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(11 Jul 2017) Temperatures in the Balkans have reached 40 degrees Celsius (104 Fahrenheit), prompting the authorities to issue warnings to people to stay away from the sun and drink water. Some citizens of Belgrade - and their pets - have sought relief from the heat at a sandy beach on the river island on the Danube. One resident said climate change has made summers hotter and more difficult to bear. Electricity consumption has soared as the heat wave hit the country this week and people switched on air conditioners in their homes, Serbia's state power company said on Tuesday. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/1b07f4077daf6784b215465584cc37ea Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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La Barceloneta is Barcelona's seaside resort neighbourhood, known for its sandy beach and the many restaurants and nightclubs along its boardwalk. Tony and Helen checked it out late one Sunday afternoon: "We're at Barceloneta, and that's the W Hotel. And now, if I pull back, you'll be able to see all the Spanish at play! Actually, there are quite a few tourists here as well, but not as many as you might think. We're at the weekend, and there's the yellow flag, not the same as in Australia, but frankly, the sea has not got a lot of surf, and there aren't that many rips, but there are jellyfish. Anyway, it's getting quite late now. There are three main beaches here, but the sun's getting down, although it's still 25 degrees Centigrade. If I move sideways you can see in the distance, towards the Port Olympic, I believe, Frank Gehry's famous fish, Gold Fish (Peix d'Or), glistening in the last rays of the sun. It's a pleasant place, and now it's a nice temperature, but it was very hot indeed." Please have a look our other videos, and if you like them, why not subscribe to our Travelsignposts YouTube channel? Just click on this link: https://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=travelsignposts And get more interesting info about Barcelona by checking out the many features on this website: Barcelona, The Creative Capital of Catalonia http://www.travelsignposts.com/Spain/destinations/barcelona-travel-catalonia Port Vell – Barcelona’s Leisure Port www.travelsignposts.com/Spain/destinations/port-vell-barcelona-port Santa Maria Del Pi – A Medieval Church in the Barri Gotic http://www.travelsignposts.com/Spain/sightseeing/santa-maria-del-pi-barcelona The Magic Fountain of Montjuic – La Font Magica http://www.travelsignposts.com/Spain/sightseeing/magic-fountain-montjuic Montjuic – Barcelona’s Hilltop Park http://www.travelsignposts.com/Spain/sightseeing/montjuic-barcelona Barcelona Zoo or Parc Zoologic http://www.travelsignposts.com/Spain/sightseeing/barcelona-zoo-parc-zoologic Casa Bruno Cuadros – Once a House of Umbrellas http://www.travelsignposts.com/Spain/sightseeing/casa-bruno-cuadros-barcelona La Seu – Cathedral of Barcelona http://www.travelsignposts.com/Spain/sightseeing/la-seu-barcelona-cathedral Barcelona's Arc de Triomf – Not a Triumphal Arch http://www.travelsignposts.com/Spain/sightseeing/barcelona-arc-de-triomf MNAC – Barcelona's Museu Nacional d'Art de Catalunya http://www.travelsignposts.com/Spain/sightseeing/mnac-museu-nacional-catalunya Poble Espanyol – Barcelona's Spanish Village http://www.travelsignposts.com/Spain/sightseeing/poble-espanyol-spanish-village Las Ramblas – A Perfect Place to Ramble http://www.travelsignposts.com/Spain/sightseeing/las-ramblas-barcelona Sagrada Familia – Gaudi’s Temple of the Holy Family http://www.travelsignposts.com/Spain/sightseeing/sagrada-familia-gaudi La Pedrera – Gaudi's Stone Quarry http://www.travelsignposts.com/Spain/sightseeing/la-pedrera-casa-mila-barcelona Parc Güell – Another of Gaudi’s Gift to Barcelona http://www.travelsignposts.com/Spain/sightseeing/parc-guell-parc-gaudi Gaudi Architecture of Barcelona http://www.travelsignposts.com/Spain/sightseeing/gaudi-architecture-barcelona Palau de la Música Catalana – A Palace for Catalan Music http://www.travelsignposts.com/Spain/sightseeing/palau-de-la-musica-catalana Gran Teatre Del Liceu or Simply Liceu Barcelona www.travelsignposts.com/Spain/sightseeing/liceu-barcelona-opera El Corte Inglés – Shopping Services for Tourists http://www.travelsignposts.com/Spain/shopping/el-corte-ingles-tourist-service La Roca Village – A Designer Outlet in Barcelona http://www.travelsignposts.com/Spain/shopping/la-roca-village-barcelona Sésamo – An Imaginative Vegetarian in Barcelona http://www.travelsignposts.com/Spain/food/sesamo-restaurant-barcelona La Boqueria – Barcelona’s Spectacular Food Market http://www.travelsignposts.com/Spain/featured/la-boqueria-barcelona-market
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The Barcelona chair was originally designed by Ludwig Mies van der Rohe and Lilly Reich for the German Pavilion, that country's entry for the International Exposition of 1929, which was hosted by Barcelona, Spain. It provides a great example of how PVA can be used to create complex shapes on the Ultimaker 3. More about the Ultimaker 3: http://ultim.kr/2gRdQpb Get the model here: http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:59628 « About Ultimaker » From the very beginning we’ve nurtured an environment for open source collaboration and sharing. Through our industry-leading products such as Ultimaker 3D printers and Cura software, all realized through open source, people who joined our 3D printing community now have a way of expressing ideas and creating products with ease that just wasn’t there before. Our innovative Cura software makes 3D printing so easy. It’s a free to download 3D slicer which prepares your 3D models quickly and easily. For newbies it’ll do everything for you, and for experts there’s a world of advanced settings to tinker with. Cura has been engineered to make the very most of the Ultimaker family. And vice versa. Born from open source community collaboration, together they create a stable, reliable and seamless 3D printing experience. The Ultimaker community of 3D printing experts is great for useful tips & tricks, inspiring prints, immediate help and new connections. Start exploring today. « About 3D printing » 3D printing is often called additive manufacturing as well. It’s a rapid prototyping technology which uses plastic filaments that are extruded under high temperatures. Layer by layer it 3D prints the physical object. Professionals and makers all around the world use Ultimaker 3D printers for rapid prototyping, engineering, product design, 3D printed art, jewelry, and in fashion, medicine and education. With several aftermarket or 3D printed add-ons you can even turn an Ultimaker into a food 3D printer. « Links » Ultimaker: http://ultim.kr/1RwV8tR How does 3D printing work?: http://ultim.kr/1RP0Zx8 Ultimaker 3D printers: http://ultim.kr/1X7lExO Ultimaker 3D printing filament: http://ultim.kr/1QGsdDO Ultimaker Cura software: http://ultim.kr/1YnEJNv Ultimaker 3D Printing Community: http://ultim.kr/1Qy5WKx Ultimaker Facebook: https://facebook.com/ultimaker Ultimaker Twitter: https://twitter.com/ultimaker Ultimaker Instagram: https://instagram.com/ultimaker Ultimaker Google+: https://google.com/+ultimaker
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Fahrenheit, explained to the rest of the world Since I've moved to the US in 2010, there's one thing that I still don't fully understand: the imperial system. Virtually every country on earth uses Celsius but America has yet to follow. Although it might not seem like a big deal, not using the metric system puts America at a great disadvantage. For example, American kids have to learn 2 sets of measurements making science education even more difficult. On top of that, American companies have to produce extra products to export to metric countries. So why does the United States still have such an antiquated system of measurement? Read more about Fahrenheit here: https://www.vox.com/2015/2/16/8031177/america-fahrenheit Read more about the metric system here: https://www.vox.com/2014/5/29/5758542/time-for-the-US-to-use-the-metric-system Subscribe to our channel! http://goo.gl/0bsAjO Vox.com is a news website that helps you cut through the noise and understand what's really driving the events in the headlines. Check out http://www.vox.com to get up to speed on everything from Kurdistan to the Kim Kardashian app. Check out our full video catalog: http://goo.gl/IZONyE Follow Vox on Twitter: http://goo.gl/XFrZ5H Or on Facebook: http://goo.gl/U2g06o
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In a historical scenery, bringing together old and new, in front of Antoni Gaudí’s most precious masterpiece, La Sagrada Familia, we performed the second test. In a sea of tourists, the sun could hit the structures and we were able to measure the biggest difference around 12.40h. The surface temperature of the Alesta AP rose to 58.4C° and Alesta Cool to 51.3C° resulting into a difference of 7.1C°. The average difference over the course of the day between both qualities was 3.5C°, keeping in mind the structures were not influenced by the wind due to the surroundings.
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Our monthly Climate and Water Outlook video covers rainfall, streamflow and temperature for the next three months. The next video will be available on 27 August 2015. For more detail, go to http://www.bom.gov.au/climate/ahead.
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Interview with Jon Pearce of Microchip.
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About the event: Presentation of GROHE Sense & GROHE Sense Guard in a tech location in the middle of the city, with more than 100 guests, including the best architects and interior designers of the city, and specialized PR. The event consist in a projection of a ecreation of a kitchen using a 3D mapping technology with three scenarios, to present the product: - Sense: Washing machine leakage - Sense Guard: Pipe break - Sense & Sense Guard: Open faucet
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We experience the float tank; a lightless, soundproof tank with high epsom salt content, filled with salt water at skin temperature, in which individuals float. It is a form of alternative medicine with claims that it has beneficial health effects. Check out Just Float at 76 N Hudson Ave #120 Pasadena, CA 91101. Use our code "TIFFCASE" to receive 50% off a single float (Reg $70)! Book here: https://justfloat.floathelm.com/booking Join our family and subscribe! *Don't forget to click on that bell to be notified when we upload* ~Instagram~ http://instagram.com/real_tiff http://instagram.com/chanmanprod ~Twitter~ http://twitter.com/real_tiff http://twitter.com/chanmanprod ~Facebook~ https://www.facebook.com/tiffany.delreal https://www.facebook.com/chanmanprodfan Instrumentals by: The Muse Maker www.themusemaker.com https://soundcloud.com/themusemaker E.O.M. Twitter: http://twitter.com/EOM_ Music: https://eom703.bandcamp.com/ Shot on: Sony a6300 Sony rx100 iv GoPro Hero 3
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