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Sea Talk – Bald Eagle Population Rebound

Sea Talk – Bald Eagle Population Rebound

This is Sea Talk: Ocean News from the University of Delaware. The bald eagle was chosen as a national symbol for the United States in 1782 for its strength, beauty, and long life, but this native raptor has faced several… Continue Reading

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Sea level rise is so much more than melting ice

Sea level rise is so much more than melting ice

– So, we do lots of climate and environment stories, and we’ve run up against one concept all the time, sea level rise. This probably isn’t news to you, but as the planet warms the average sea level is rising,… Continue Reading

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Does Restore Work? Will it Improve Engine Cylinder Compression?

Does Restore Work?  Will it Improve Engine Cylinder Compression?

(music) I get a lot of requests to test different additives, and I’m pretty excited about testing restore today, and I have the perfect engine at the 1974 Ford 5000 with A 4.2 liter diesel This engine has low compression.… Continue Reading

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How Close Are We to Living in the Ocean?

How Close Are We to Living in the Ocean?

DO YOU EVER GET THE URGE TO JUST BUILD A NEW WORLD? LIKE, FROM SCRATCH? TO RE-THINK THE UNSUSTAINABLE PATTERNS THAT LED TO OVERCROWDED CITIES, DWINDLING NATURAL RESOURCES, AND THE DRAMATIC IMPACTS OF CLIMATE CHANGE? SOME SAY WE SHOULD JUST… Continue Reading

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Did the “Engine Restore” Compression Improvement Last? One year later (Episode 2)

Did the “Engine Restore” Compression Improvement Last?  One year later (Episode 2)

So it’s been about a year since I used engine restore in my old Ford 5000 tractor There’s been a lot of requests for me to provide an update So since doing the video about a year ago, I’ve used… Continue Reading

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Netherlands: Polders and Windmills

Netherlands: Polders and Windmills

The Netherlands is small — smaller than West Virginia — and the most densely populated country in Europe. Most of the country is below sea level, reclaimed with great effort over many generations from the sea. That’s why they like… Continue Reading