Super. Wow wonderful material

by R.Saravana kumar
(Erode,Tamil Nadu,India)

Thanks for your support!

Thanks for your support!

I was very happy to view it and I am going to forward this link to my friends. When the first time I saw it I was really impressed by it and the transcription was very interesting. I want to explore the site more and also I want it to see again.


Barry's Response - Thanks for this endorsement. Responses like this make it all worthwhile.

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i lovveeeeeee it put it back on tv

by m
(mckinney)

were i live

were i live

I love it. Put it back.

Barry's Response - Where is this, M? It looks great, the lighthouse with its nice clean air and water in the coastal environment. What TV show would it have been from?

This photo looks like it was taken on the set of a popular TV show, probably a drama or romantic comedy. A lighthouse could have been the setting for a pivotal moment in the story, or it could have been the background for a romantic scene.

Who knows?

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No

Spielberg

Spielberg

No this movie was so inaccurate.

Barry's Response - That's okay. Nobody every said that Steven Spielberg was a meteorologist. That was never really the point of the movie anyways.

The twister movie was meant to show how a powerful storm can cause destruction and make people lose hope. In the movie, the meteorologist just explained the science behind the storm, not predicted its future path.

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The Bill Nye Box

by Lee
(UK)

Figure this one out

Figure this one out

I wonder if this site is connected with the video I just saw on optical illusions on youtube. If so I'd be really keen to find out where the optical illusion box / wooden frame was made and how to make it. I'd love to try and make one myself! Please let me know.

Best,

Lee

leebofkin@gmail.com

Barry's Response - Imagining you're watching a YouTube video about optical illusions and there's this amazing optical illusion box, like a wooden frame, that's shown. You'd love to know more about it, maybe even make one.

This is the trick: In the video, the person showing the optical illusion box actually explains how it's made and why it's so cool. Watch the video closely and pause it when they show the back side of the box. I feel like I'm getting a sneak peek behind the scenes.

When you look at the back of the box, you can see what kind of wood was used and how it was assembled. It's like seeing the secret ingredients to a magic trick. Next, you have to figure out from what camera angle the illusion looks like. It's like finding the perfect angle to take a mind-bending picture. Optical illusions often work because of how they're filmed or photographed.

It's like solving a puzzle and getting a peek at optical tricks. Maybe you'll even try making one yourself and amaze your friends!

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cloudy and fog

by winetou1984
(cluj, romania)

Foggy Coastal Community

Foggy Coastal Community

I heard that in london is always cloudy and fog.. but never been there yet.. I plan to go in the near future.

Barry's Response - Next Stop: Vancouver. If you like coastal climates, this might a good place for you to visit as well.

🌫️What about other cities✨



London weather is legendary!

Be prepared for that charming British fog when you plan your London adventure, but also bring your curiosity and a bit of humor. It may be cloudy in London, but its culture shines through!

Here's a few more wistful comparisons:

Los Angeles vs. London: London is Foggy and mysterious, like Sherlock Holmes while the sunshine and glamour of Los Angeles make every day feel like a red carpet event.

Cairo vs. London: Big Ben looks like a ghostly pirate ship in this thick fog in London while in Cairo, it's like exploring ancient pyramids on the surface of the sun.

Reykjavik vs. London: In the mist of London, the Thames River hides its secrets and at the same time, Reykjavik is chilly and crisp under the Northern Lights of Iceland.

One more:

New Orleans vs. London: The kind of drizzle that makes you want to curl up with a good book in a classic English pub but down in Louisiana, steamy and sultry, jazz fills the air and Mardi Gras never ends.

Have fun.



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