¡ELLA NO ESPERABA ESTA LLAMADA! buscando tesoros en el río – Detección Metálica 228

Look! Look there!! Well, another video of Detección Metálica! Today we are here again on the river. I’m talking to you from under this shadow because there is a Saharan heat wave here in my country and you can’t imagine the heat it is today. It only occurs to me, with this heat, to come […]

Tesoro ÉPICO en el RÍO MARRÓN encontrado con detector de metales ¡ORO! – Detección Metálica 226

Well, before I start today’s video, I want to give you incredible news. I already warn you. You see, I have been fortunate that the Libra Editorial has been inspired by me, and in the work I do here on YouTube, to create the main character of a new adventure book. In the book I […]

Warning! Rock Dust Contains Heavy Metals! Are they Safe For Your Organic Garden?

Alright! This is John Kohler with growingyourgreens.com. Today I have another exciting episode for you, and we’re going to talk about something near and dear to my heart today. This stuff is called rock dust and it’s the number 1 thing I believe you guys should add to your garden to get he outstanding growing […]

OMG! I Found A Huge Silver Treasure Hoard Metal Detecting!

I am having a great day. I am out here hunting Civil War relics or whatever else I may be able to find in the water I was hunting down this shoreline finding a few bullets here an there And I started digging a lot of junk and stuff I have my Garrett AT Pro […]

Roman Discoveries Si & Nicola White – Metal detecting & Mudlarking

Well the Sun’s just peeking through, out comes this little Tudro, I believe – button. Great condition maybe it’s a bit later I don’t know but I wonder if that’s silver or not or does it just pewter great condition though, happy with that nice probably 17th century now thinking about it Little Tudor or […]

Metal Detecting And Camping On The River: Part One

We’re off on another adventure We are in the heart of gold country a lot of gold mines all around these hills where I’m at And the Civil War battles were fought right here too and there’s camps nearby Probably so there’s a chance we could find some Civil War stuff, but we’re going to […]

This ‘two-faced’ membrane can create electricity—from nothing but salty water

Nature loves balance. Ever sprinkle salt on a piece of eggplant? Over time, the eggplant starts to sweat out water. This happens because there is a different ratio of salt to water on the surface versus inside the eggplant, so water seeps out onto the surface to try and equalize how salty the water is […]

Northwest Tribes Provide Electricity, Prove Power to Lead

Wayne Shammel/General Counsel for Cow Creek Tribe of Umpqua Indians: Weíre not shareholders and investors, or random regional users of power; our identity is tied to our place on the earth. Debora Whitefoot/Yakama Nation Tribal Member: And water is a big thing, as Native Americans. Margie Schaff/Partner Schaff & Clark-Deschene, LLC The hydroelectric system benefited […]

Seattle City Light — Where Does Your Electricity Come From? (closed caption)

The mountains outside of Seattle accumulate a lot of snow. This snowpack, all this frozen water, has been used by the city of Seattle for over a century as a source of stored energy. As the snow melts, gravity takes over and the water makes its way to the streams and rivers that feed the […]

Run Off River (ROR) Pump | Mechanical Engineering (Hydropower) Project | Kathmandu University

We are elaborating about our project “ROR Pump” These blades of the turbine are places with inlet angle 30 degree… …and outlet angle 90 degree. The water strikes here… …and goes to this direction, thus makes the turbine to rotate in this direction. Here we have used two bearing casing. The shaft is of 25 […]