WHERE IN THE WORLD ARE WE? | Geoguessr #1

WHERE IN THE WORLD ARE WE? | Geoguessr #1

Geoguessr throws you somewhere random in the world and you have to guess your way out! The Great Language Game ► https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fBtnDR3SJtI ►Twitter : https://twitter.com/Jack_Septic_Eye ►Instagram: http://instagram.com/jacksepticeye ►Facebook : https://facebook.com/officialjacksepticeye ►Merchandise: http://jacksepticeye.fanfiber.com/ Game Link ► https://geoguessr.com/ Outro animation created by Pixplit: https://www.youtube.com/user/Pixplit Outro Song created by "Teknoaxe". It's called "I'm everywhere" and you can listen to it here http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JPtNBwMIQ9Q

The Best Way to Drive Across the U.S. and See Major Landmarks

The Best Way to Drive Across the U.S. and See Major Landmarks

In this video we will show you the optimal route to do an epic road trip across the United States so you can visit every state and see the major landmarks along the way. We will give you turn-by-turn directions via Google Maps so you and embark on the road trip of a life time.

What happened to Maine? | New N. America google map WAY off

What happened to Maine? | New N. America google map WAY off

Feb. 3, 2017: In this video, I look at the newest N America google map and compare it with some of the more traditional N America maps, one of my own and there are some odd differences? If this were to be used by educators in a school setting there would be some confusion I would think! Take a look... #MrMBB333 **Follow me Website: https://www.mrmbb333.com YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/user/MrMBB333 Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/pg/MrMBB333 Twitter: https://twitter.com/MrMBB333 Google+: https://plus.google.com/+MrMBB333 Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/mrmbb333 https://www.google.com/maps/place/United+States/@36.176271,-100.7118879,4.56z/data=!4m5!3m4!1s0x54eab584e432360b:0x1c3bb99243deb742!8m2!3d37.09024!4d-95.712891

CONDITIONAL FUTURE MAP OF THE UNITED STATES AND WORLD

CONDITIONAL FUTURE MAP OF THE UNITED STATES AND WORLD

THE UNITED STATES and the WORLD could face a future of new LAND MASS DIVISIONS. Some parts of the world could be devastated by the Oceans and Seas.

Tallest Buildings in Each U.S. State

Tallest Buildings in Each U.S. State

The following is a list of the tallest buildings by U.S. state. Forty are in their respective state's largest city and 18 are in their state's capital city. The tallest building in the U.S. by architectural height is currently One World Trade Center in New York, which is approximately 1,776 feet — more than the combined heights of the tallest buildings in Wyoming, Vermont, Maine, South Dakota, Montana, North Dakota, New Hampshire, and West Virginia. Many are attributed to banks: three to JPMorgan Chase and U.S. Bancorp, and two to Wells Fargo and Bank of America. The list includes the tallest (completed or topped out) buildings in each state of the United States. The following is current tallest building in each state: 1. ONE WORLD TRADE CENTER New York City, NEW YORK Height : 541.3 m (1,776 ft.) 2. WILLIS TOWER Chicago, ILLINOIS Height : 442 m (1,450 ft.) 3. WILSHIRE GRAND CENTER Los Angeles, CALIFORNIA Height : 335.3 m (1,100 ft.) 4. BANK OF AMERICA PLAZA Atlanta, GEORGIA Height : 312.1 m (1,024 ft.) 5. JPMORGAN CHASE TOWER Houston, TEXAS Height : 305.4 m (1,002 ft.) 6. COMCAST CENTER Philadelphia, PENNSYLVANIA Height : 296.6 m (973 ft.) 7. COLUMBIA CENTER Seattle, WASHINGTON Height : 294.7 m (967 ft.) 8. KEY TOWER Cleveland, OHIO Height : 288.7 m (947 ft.) 9. BANK OF AMERICA CORPORATE CENTER Charlotte, NORTH CAROLINA Height : 265.5 m (871 ft.) 10. PANORAMA TOWER Miami, FLORIDA Height : 264.6 m (868 ft.) 11. DEVON ENERGY CENTER Oklahoma City, OKLAHOMA Height : 259.1 m (850 ft.) 12. SALESFORCE TOWER Indianapolis, INDIANA Height : 247.2 m (811 ft.) 13. IDS CENTER Minneapolis, MINNESOTA Height : 241.4 m (792 ft.) 14. 200 CLARENDON STREET Boston, MASSACHUSETTS Height : 240.8 m (790 ft.) 15. 30 HUDSON STREET Jersey City, NEW JERSEY Height : 238.1 m (781 ft.) 16. RSA BATTLE HOUSE TOWER Mobile, ALABAMA Height : 227.1 m (745 ft.) 17. RENAISSANCE CENTER Detroit, MICHIGAN Height : 221.6 m (727 ft.) 18. REPUBLIC PLAZA Denver, COLORADO Height : 217.6 m (714 ft.) 19. ONE SHELL SQUARE New Orleans, LOUISIANA Height : 212.5 m (697 ft.) 20. THE PALAZZO Paradise, NEVADA Height : 195.7 m (642 ft.) 21. FIRST NATIONAL BANK TOWER Omaha, NEBRASKA Height : 193.2 m (634 ft.) 22. 801 GRAND Des Moines, IOWA Height : 192 m (630 ft.) 23. ONE KANSAS CITY PLACE Kansas City, MISSOURI Height : 190.2 m (624 ft.) 24. AT&T BUILDING Nashville, TENNESSEE Height : 188.1 m (617 ft.) 25. U.S. BANK CENTER Milwaukee, WISCONSIN Height : 183.2 m (601 ft.) 26. 400 WEST MARKET Louisville, KENTUCKY Height : 167.3 m (549 ft.) 27. SIMMONS TOWER Little Rock, ARKANSAS Height : 166.7 m (547 ft.) 28. WELLS FARGO CENTER Portland, OREGON Height : 166.4 m (546 ft.) 29. CITY PLACE I Hartford, CONNECTICUT Height : 163.7 m (537 ft.) 30. TRANSAMERICA TOWER Baltimore, MARYLAND Height : 160.9 m (528 ft.) 31. THE WESTIN VIRGINIA BEACH TOWN CENTER Virginia Beach, VIRGINIA Height : 154.8 m (508 ft.) 32. CHASE TOWER Phoenix, ARIZONA Height : 147.2 m (483 ft.) 33. FIRST HAWAIIAN CENTER Honolulu, HAWAII Height : 130.8 m (429 ft.) 34. 111 WESTMINSTER STREET Providence, RHODE ISLAND Height : 130.5 m (428 ft.) 35. WELLS FARGO CENTER Salt Lake City, UTAH Height : 128.6 m (422 ft.) 36. EPIC CENTER Wichita, KANSAS Height : 117.35 m (385 ft.) 37. ALBUQUERQUE PLAZA Albuquerque, NEW MEXICO Height : 107 m (351 ft.) 38. CAPITOL CENTER Columbia, SOUTH CAROLINA Height : 106.4 m (349 ft.) 39. BEAU RIVAGE Biloxi, MISSISSIPPI Height : 105.5 m (346 ft.) 40. RIVER TOWER AT CHRISTINA LANDING Wilmington, DELAWARE Height : 103.6 m (340 ft.) 41. EIGHTH & MAIN Boise, IDAHO Height : 98.5 m (323 ft.) 42. CONOCO-PHILLIPS BUILDING Anchorage, ALASKA Height : 90.2 m (296 ft.) 43. WEST VIRGINIA STATE CAPITOL Charleston, WEST VIRGINIA Height : 89 m (292 ft.) 44. CITY HALL PLAZA Manchester, NEW HAMPSHIRE Height : 83.8 m (275 ft.) 45. FIRST INTERSTATE CENTER Billings, MONTANA Height : 82.9 m (272 ft.) 46. NORTH DAKOTA STATE CAPITOL Bismarck, NORTH DAKOTA Height : 73.8 m (242 ft.) 47. AGORA GRAND EVENT CENTER Lewiston, MAINE Height : 67.1 m (220 ft.) 48. WHITE HALL Laramie, WYOMING Height : 61 m (200 ft.) 49. CENTURYLINK TOWER Sioux Falls, SOUTH DAKOTA Height : 53 m (174 ft.) 50. DECKER TOWERS Burlington, VERMONT Height : 37.8 m (124 ft.) Information Source & Images Credit: https://pastebin.com/Db4v4T9X Music Credit: 1. Track: Itro & Tobu - Cloud 9 [NCS Release] Link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VtKbiyyVZks Artist: Itro & Tobu 2. Tobu & Itro - Sunburst [NCS Release] https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4lXBHD5C8do Artist: Tobu 3. Tobu - Candyland [NCS Release] https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IIrCDAV3EgI Artist: Tobu Tobu: ➞ Spotify http://smarturl.it/Tobu_Spotify ➞ SoundCloud https://soundcloud.com/7obu ➞ YouTube https://www.youtube.com/user/tobuoffi... Itro: ➞ Spotify http://open.spotify.com/artist/6fEZjg... ➞ YouTube https://www.youtube.com/user/official... ➞ SoundCloud https://soundcloud.com/itro

Google Maps Reveals 10 Of The Most Haunted Places In America

Google Maps Reveals 10 Of The Most Haunted Places In America

Google recently mapped the nation’s 31 most haunted sites, and here are 10 spooky, spine-chilling highlights.

Top 10 Places You Can't See on Google Maps

Top 10 Places You Can't See on Google Maps

Top 10 Places You Can't See on Google Maps! It’s meant to give us a global view of our entire world – but it appears that there are some places that we aren’t meant to see. Here are 10 places that remain a mystery… for now. Number 10: Junction Ranch Our first stop is in the middle of the Mohave Desert in California, USA. Zoom in and you might think that you can see all there is to see – this army testing site features military vehicles, some sort of runway, and a series of strange geometrical patterns built into the ground. But when you get in closer, you will see that not everything is on display. Number 9: The Faroe Islands This self-governing group of islands off the coast of Denmark is made up of 18 volcanic islands and a few inexplicable black-green smudges, if you are to believe Google Earth. Some people think that the murky sections are hiding an old World War 2 military base – but in this case, the conspiracy theories are trumped by the more likely explanation that some obscure fishing rights laws are to blame. Number 8: Tantauco National Park This one is a complete mystery. This national park in Chile is open to the public and even has two camping grounds, but from Google Earth the area looks blurry, blocky and hidden. Why? No one knows, but perhaps it has something to do with the endangered animal species that call the Tantauco National Park home. Number 7: Portlaoise Prison Home to members of several illegal paramilitary organizations along with fighters from the Provisional Irish Republican Army – AKA the IRA – this prison is about as high security as it gets. There’s a strict no-fly over rule in operation, an army detachment from the Irish Defense Force running security, and a 10-year-old satellite photo on Google Maps where the real prison should be. Hey, every little bit counts, right? Number 6: The Michael Auf Building We’re back to the US, and we’re back to more supposed military testing facilities. This one, the Michael Auf Building in Utah, is said to be a proving ground for biological and chemical weapon systems – which might explain why the building is whited out on Google maps. Security nowadays goes beyond locks, chains and retina scans. Number 5: Sandy Island We might have a very good reason for why this island off the Australian east coast isn’t visible on Google – it doesn’t exist. Of course, that explanation isn’t good enough for everybody Sandy Island was first discovered by Captain Cook in the 1700s, although experts today believe that the whole thing was a mistake from an over-zealous cartographer and there was never any island there in the first place. But the damage was done – Sandy Island was transposed onto hundreds of maps over the next two centuries, until it was “undiscovered” in 2012 when an Australian surveyor ship passed through the area and was surprised by the island’s non-existence. Number 4: Greenland Broken Arrow Site In 1968, a bomber crashed as it was taking off from Thule Air Base in Greenland. Today, parts of the areas surrounding the site are pixelated and blurry on Google Maps. Coincidence? Number 3: The Snow Saddle Want to hide something? Why not go 22,000 feet up where no one else will? Known colloquially as The Snow Saddle, Kangtega is a major Himalayan mountain peak in Nepal – and a lot of it is obscured on Google Earth. UFO conspiracy theorists claim that the images are hiding the location of a secret UFO testing site, the entrance to which is supposedly hollowed into the side of the Kangtega peak. Take a look for yourself – you decide. Number 2: HAARP Located right near Washington-Oregon border, HAARP stands for the High-Frequency Active Auroral Research Program. The facility was setup to study a part of the earth’s atmosphere called the ionosphere – but it was shut down in 2014 by the US Air Force. Number 1: Colonel Sanders Yes, we’re talking about THE Colonel – the face of Kentucky Fried Chicken. And you may think we’re joking, but this Google conspiracy runs worldwide. You see, no matter where you look on Google Street View, anywhere and everywhere in the world, the Colonel’s face is blurred out. It’s true. From the US, to Europe, to Australia, to Asia… the Colonel is nowhere to be seen. Sorry! Our video editor added the wrong location for number 5! This is where we mean! https://www.google.co.uk/maps/@-19.2559009,159.9283954,45987m/data=!3m1!1e3 ► FACEBOOK https://www.facebook.com/dailytop10s ► TWITTER https://twitter.com/daily_top10s ► SUBSCRIBE http://www.youtube.com/channel/UCScswbWVOicLBZwD_6zfXkA?sub_confirmation=1 Thanks for subscribing to DailyTop10s! In some cases we may use Creative Commons videos which may not have actually carried the right to be Creative Commons due to including copyright content, if you beleive this is the case as your clip is featured in one of our videos, then please contact us.

8 Forgotten Abandoned Places in America

8 Forgotten Abandoned Places in America

From desert ghost towns and mines; to hidden metropolitan locations; these are 8 Forgotten Abandoned Places in America 8. Glenrio | TEXAS, NEW MEXICO | Don’t STOP, KEEP GOING Even google decided not to drive through this area again, look at the quality of the pictures, so 2007 ! Glenrio was originally known as Rock Island, it was founded over 1,000,000 …. Hours ago. (120 years), if you can’t do the math in your head, the year was 1903. What made this ghost town popular was its prime location, half of it being in Texas, and the other half in New Mexico, it was also a pitstop on the famous Route 66. Many people find beauty in the abandoned gas station and surrounding buildings, others try to scurry away as fast as possible. 7. Clairton | Pennsylvania What used to be…. Clairton is the home of the largest coke manufacturing facility in the U.S.A, and no, we are not talking about the Refreshing Soft Beverage Coca Cola; rather, the “fuel” created from black coal. It is used in the manufacturing of steel. Clairton is one of those towns that you hear about on the news, you know, “coal country” or in this case its better to say “steel country” . Traveling around the town on google maps, you can see many abandoned homes, overgrown sidewalks, just avenues of broken dreams. Perhaps the most striking neighbourhood is located on Lincoln Way, every house on this street was abandoned… No one really wants to talk about it; or even give exact reasons as to why this neighbourhood was affected so much more than the rest... In 2015, Lincoln Way was ravaged by a fire, some of the 30 or so homes were completely destroyed. Local authorities have vehemently opposed any stories about supposed hauntings or ghosts, “I don’t know where people are getting these stories. People are listening to them and then they’re running with it….. This town has a lot of good history. But as far as Lincoln Way is concerned, I don’t know why it stands out.” Maybe because a streetful of people decided to leave ? Granted it wasn’t an overnight operation… but still, makes you wonder. 6. Sideling Hill Tunnel | PENNSYLVANIA See you on the other side In the 1940s the Pennsylvania Turnpike was nicknamed the “Tunnel Highway”, having not 6, not 8 but 7 tunnels in its path ! By the 70s the road was so busy that expansions had to be made. Some smart people did some math and found out that the best thing to do was to bypass 3 tunnels; and merge the other 4. At this point, Sideling Hill Tunnel became a post apocalyptic dream location; no traffic, no people, just you and the dilapidated road. The site was used to train soldiers for the iraq war; policemen used parts of it as a shooting range and a small company called Pike 2 Bike tried to make it a tourist destination. Oh yeah, almost forgot, the critically acclaimed movie The Road also shot a bunch of scenes there! 5. Two Guns | ARIZONA 4. Animas Forks | COLORADO This picturesque deserted mine is hidden along the Alpine Loop in Colorado. The first settlers came around 1873; and it took only a few years for Animas Forks to become a full fledged community. Just like most bustling mine towns of the time; as soon as the profits dried up, so did the town. These days; Animas Forks is owned and operated by the Bureau of Land Management. QUICK QUESTION: How much land does the BLM own ? About 247.3 Million Acres; or about ⅛ of the country. Anytime you are driving through the middle of nowhere USA and wonder who owns the land; chances are it's the BLM. 3. Pleasure Beach | CONNECTICUT 2. Grain Silos | INDIANA What is the most forgettable state? Seriously; what do you think the most forgettable state is ? Comment away ! Indiana is home to hundreds of abandoned grain silos that have somehow managed to survive longer than their surrounding communities. A great example is Corwin; Indiana. Apparently; its not even a ghost town; being described as an “extinct” town…. Hmmmmm. We also have the town of Sloan ; Dunn ; and many many more. 1.1964 New York World’s Fair Pavilion | NYC

This Map Shows Where American Accents Come From

This Map Shows Where American Accents Come From

When you're traveling to another part of the US than you're originally from, it might be surprising to hear how different the locals sound. For instance, a New Yorker will likely speak the same English language in a completely different accent from a native Texan. How did Americans get so many distinctive accents? Science Insider tells you all you need to know about science: space, medicine, biotech, physiology, and more. Subscribe to our channel and visit us at: http://www.businessinsider.com/science Science Insider on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/BusinessInsiderScience/ Science Insider on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/science_insider/ Business Insider on Twitter: https://twitter.com/businessinsider Tech Insider on Twitter: https://twitter.com/techinsider -------------------------------------------------- Following is the transcript of the video: NEW ENGLAND Let's start with New England, which was one of the first US regions to develop its own American English accent. Today, a speaker from New England might say "Were you gonna plagiarize the whole thing for us? You have any thoughts of your own on this matter? Is that your thing; you come into a bar and read some obscure passage and pretend...you pawn it off as your own?" NEW YORK For such a geographically small area, New York City certainly has a bunch of distinctive accents. But in general, its accents evolved from a mixture of its Dutch and English roots and numerous waves of immigration. A modern speaker from New York probably won’t sound like what you hear in movies like "Hey, I'm walking here! I'm walking here!" They’re more likely to say "Deep dish pizza is not not only better than New York pizza, it's not pizza." DELAWARE RIVER VALLEY New York’s New Jersian and Pennsylvanian neighbors sounded quite different. Nowadays, someone from Philly might say "We're a regular family. We watch Philly jawn on TV. We go down to the Jersey Shore. But when we want great hoagies, discount prices on beer, and a great atmosphere we go to Lee's Hoagies in Horsham, PA." SOUTHERN COAST Let’s take a look at what went on down south. The southern coast of the United States has a variety of different accents. One example is Southern coastal white. "What concerns me about the American press is this endless...endless attempt to label the guy some kind of kook." AFRICAN AMERICAN Other southern dialects preserved some of the original remnants to this day. "They come over here and get oysters and clam and go fishing because they're right down the road. They're right in Brunswick or Savannah or Jacksonville. Much later, a wave of African Americans migrated from the American South to urban centers in the North, mixing their accents together. "Being a kid from New York City, I mean from Brooklyn. And my aunt — God bless her soul — she used to always take me to The Rockettes — you know, the Easter show and the Christmas show." APPALACHIANS he Ulster-Scots had a significant influence on many American dialects in the South and West. Most of the original accent has disappeared, and today, an American from Tennessee might sound like this. "Now, I am just who I am. I'm not always nice. I choose to be good. I choose to have a good attitude because I want people to know. I am a girl with many colors." MIDWEST As the Appalachian settlers headed west, their accents joined with speech patterns from the North. The Midwest has many diverse accents. Today, a speaker from the Great Lakes might say "I was born in the middle of the century in the middle of the country; a classic baby boomer." Or more famously, "We got a full tank of gas, half a pack of cigarettes, it's dark, and we're wearing sunglasses." While another from Wisconsin/Minnesota/the Dakotas might say "If either of these men draw, I'm gonna be forced to shoot some people, and I don't want to do that." TEXAS Down in Texas, a very distinct accent developed. The famous Texan accent we know from movies like "They shot and killed a state senator named Bibs in Waco, Texas." has started to level out. Visitors to big cities like Houston might be surprised to hear something more like "Thank you to everyone who worked so hard to beautifully capture the profundity of deep southern culture." CALIFORNIA Last but not least is the West Coast, which had a very different mix of immigrants compared to the East Coast. California doesn’t come close to having one, distinct accent. A modern-day speaker might sound like "We woke up the next morning on his actual birthday. And I told him I wanted to take him somewhere to lunch for his birthday." or "What's so powerful about this novel is everyone has their own interpretation to these characters." These are just a handful of American accents...and they’re still evolving as we speak. We’ll have to check back in a century or so from now to see what happens next.

Explore The Ocean With Google Maps Free #ITFriend #GoogleTips

Explore The Ocean With Google Maps Free #ITFriend #GoogleTips

In this video we show you How to Explore the ocean with Google Maps Most everybody has detected of Google Maps, and lots of have used its "Street View" for navigation and directions, that permits the viewer to explore locations as if they were very there. however did you recognize that Google additionally offers "Street read Oceans" of underwater locations? In a shot to document the good coral reef coral population off the coast of Australia, Google teamed up with the Catlin Seaview Survey to record underwater locations in 360-degree wide vision. The project's mission is to induce a baseline record of the world's coral reefs in high-resolution mental imagery, whereas serving to scientists monitor coral population changes over time. the tip result's quite an success, with around ninety miles of reef surveyed and a hundred and fifty,000 GPS-located pictures accessible for marine scientists to check. Due to the success of the initial survey of the good coral reef in 2012, the program is currently international, branching intent on numerous alternative locations round the world. The team's focus was on coral reefs within the Caribbean and Bermuda in 2013 and also the South-East Asian waters in 2014. Notable locations round the world additionally embody the Galapagos Islands, the Underwater deposit of Isla Mujeres, key Coral Restoration and also the Yongala Shipwreck World Heritage Marine web site. Google Maps strives to supply individuals round the globe with the foremost comprehensive, correct and usable map of the planet - together with the underwater world. This ocean assortment includes six of the world's most unbelievable underwater spots, together with coral reefs (and their inhabitants) in Australia, the Philippines and Hawaii. This representational process is obtainable to variant individuals through the road read feature of Google Maps and in our Street read Gallery at: maps.google.com/ocean. World Oceans Day is well known on eight June, and this year Google is marking the occasion with some highlights of the underwater photography it's collected as a part of its Street read program. there is spanking new representational process for quite forty locations round the world, together with the Commonwealth of the Bahamas and therefore the nice coral reef, and you'll be able to see all of the locations through the road read Oceans page. The initiative is concerning quite sharing some spectacular aquatic photography, although - Google needs to draw attention to the preservation of those underwater kingdoms. "Mapping the ocean is vital to conserving it," write Jenifer Austin and Brian Sullivan of the Google Ocean Program. "Each image in Google Maps could be a GPS-located digital record of those underwater and coastal environments, which might be used as a baseline to watch amendment over time. This comprehensive record of coral reefs showcases the sweetness of those ecosystems and highlights the threats they face." Google's Street read cameras have captured lots of underwater creatures aboard the gorgeous backdrops: you'll be able to click around to look at ocean turtles, humpback whales, nice white sharks and therefore the big sunfish. You seldom get a glimpse of such exotic life on the roads and avenues that form up the quality a part of the road read service. As on land, you'll be able to move around underwater in some locations, following the arrows to swim on. Google Google has conjointly declared some partnerships for its continuing efforts in exploring the seabed (and sharing the high-resolution representational process with the remainder of us): NOAA's workplace of National Marine Sanctuaries, Reef Check, Blue Ventures, Our World Underwater Scholarship Society and GUE's Project Baseline square measure the most recent organisations to hitch Google in its endeavours. The technical school big conjointly works closely with XL Catlin Seaview Survey to create positive its mapping is comprehensive and correct. Click through to a number of the far-flung locations that Google has provided photos for and you'll be able to scan abreast of the native environments and therefore the pressures {they're|they square measure} below - rising international temperatures and increasing storm activity are putt giant swathes of the good coral reef at risk, for instance. "This World Oceans Day, we have a tendency to hope that you are impressed to be told a lot of concerning ocean amendment," says Google's announcement. "So dive into the deeps of the ocean and become engaged to guard the ocean and perceive however it supports America, in order that all folks will higher support it reciprocally. Site: http://my-itfriend.blogspot.rs/ FB: https://www.facebook.com/myitfriend/ Channel: http://www.youtube.com/channel/UCr8Z_... Tutorials, Helps, Tips and Tricks, Amazing science, History, Traditional songs, Free downloads, MS Windows, MS Office, Firefox, Chrome browser

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