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1. Virtue of Wind God Lunatic Timed Out no bombs/deaths

  • Duration: 154
  • Channel: videogames
Virtue of Wind God Lunatic Timed Out no bombs/deaths

Virtue of Wind God Lunatic Timed Out no bombs/deaths


2. Virtue of Wind God Lunatic Timeout

  • Duration: 162
  • Channel: videogames
Virtue of Wind God Lunatic Timeout

Virtue of Wind God Lunatic Timeout


3. Virtue of Wind God Lunatic Capture

  • Duration: 68
  • Channel: videogames
Virtue of Wind God Lunatic Capture

Virtue of Wind God Lunatic Capture


4. Touhou 10: Mountain of Faith - Virtue of Wind God Lunatic Capture

  • Duration: 70
  • Channel: videogames
Touhou 10: Mountain of Faith - Virtue of Wind God Lunatic Capture

Touhou 10: Mountain of Faith - Virtue of Wind God Lunatic Capture


5. Subterranean Animism Stage 6 Lunatic no bombs no deaths

  • Duration: 396
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Subterranean Animism Stage 6 Lunatic no bombs no deaths

Subterranean Animism Stage 6 Lunatic no bombs no deaths


6. 11 Most Dangerous Places in the World to Visit

  • Duration: 491
  • Channel: tv
11 Most Dangerous Places in the World to Visit

Subscribe for weekly wacky videos and learn interesting fs about the world with awesome top 10 lists and other amazing videos.\r\r6 - Yosemite National Parks Half Dome - Some of the more popular ivities at Yosemite national park are camping, hiking, and climbing the Half Dome. The Half Dome is a mountain that rises over 5,000 feet from its base. Hiking up Half Dome takes an entire day and by the time the hiker nears the summit, there is another 400 foot vertical climb to get to the top. Exhaustion and slippery conditions have led to over 60 deaths on Half Dome. The conditions are so deadly that the bottom part of the cliff is known as the “Death Slabs”. Some die on imp, others get swept away in Vernal Falls. And if thats not enough, be on the lookout for lightning, because thats take out a few people too. \r\r5 - Hawaiis Volcano Tours - Hawaii is known for its volcanic ivity, so it is natural that tourists would want to get a closer look at some of its volcanoes, but beware because that sightseeing trip can be deadly. A number of helicopter and bicycle companies will get you to the top for around $100. But thats when it gets dangerous. From 1992-2002 the Hawaii Volcanoes National Park reported 45 major injuries, and 40 deaths. Some die from losing control of their bikes and some from the lava haze, which looks like a harmless cloud of water vapor, but in reality contains a toxic mix of hydrochloric acid, carbon dioxide and hydrogen sulfide. These gasses can cause asphyxiation, asthma, and heart conditions. \r\r4 - Alnwick Gardens - Who doesnt enjoy a nice stroll through a well-manicured proper English garden? You might want to think twice if you visit Alnwick Castle in Northumberland, England. After inheriting the castle, the Duchess of Northumberland decided to revamp the gardens. She thought normal flowers were uninteresting, so instead she planted poisonous ones instead. Thus the Poison Garden was born. Visitors to the garden are far enough away from the plants that they cant smell or touch them, but some have been known to faint from the toxic fumes the plants release into the air. In addition to the poisonous plants, the Duchess also included coca and cannabis plants, to demonstrate how they can be deadly as well. \r\r3 - Death Road, Bolivia - Biking down Yungas Road, also known as Death Road, is just about the most dangerous bike rides in the world. Almost 300 bikers are killed annually trying to make it to the end of this narrow, steep road. The road is so dangerous that people from the adjacent town say a prayer before they use it. The drop from the side is 164 feet and those not daunted by their possible demise, speed across the path going around 40 miles per hour. So many people have lost their lives traveling this death road there are graves and shrines lining the road. Not the best sign when youre packing up to take a spin.\r\r2 - Skellig Michael - For those unfamiliar with Skellig Michael, you can catch a glimpse of it in the latest Star Wars . It is a very remote island off the coast of Ireland that was settled by monks between 600 and 800 AD. The monks chose this location specifically because it was hard to get to and navigate. Visitors to the island have to endure an hour long boat ride through rough seas to get there, and once they arrive there is no guarantee that they will be able to dock, due to the high waves and choppy water. If they do make it ashore, they will also not find any of the typical tourist amenities you might elsewhere, such as food, water, bathrooms, shelter, or a visitor center. Navigating the island is dangerous as well because in order to get to the site, you have to climb 600 ancient stone steps that wind their way up the side of a mountain, without any handrails. Two deaths have been reported so far. \r\r1 - Black Cat Trail – The Black Cat Trail or Track is located in New Guinea and is a popular walking trail. International hikers flock to this destination to try and defeat its treacherous path. The trail is previous World War II Trail that covers a variety of terrain that is very dangerous. Among the obstacles along the way are cliffs, fallen trees, swamps, hazardous ledges and rocks covered with moss. Due to its presence in the war, scattered around can often be found live bombs, boots, ammunition, and plane wrecks. There are also Japanese tunnels. The trail is roughly 38 miles long usually requires a 4 or 5 day commitment to making it across, although it has been completed in just two days. \rWhich dangerous place on our list would you be brave enough to visit? Let us know in the comments below. Dont forget to like this video and subscribe to our channel for more interesting videos like this one. Thanks for watching!


7. 11 Most Dangerous Places in the World to Visit

  • Duration: 491
  • Channel: tv
11 Most Dangerous Places in the World to Visit

Subscribe for weekly wacky videos and learn interesting fs about the world with awesome top 10 lists and other amazing videos.\r\r6 - Yosemite National Parks Half Dome - Some of the more popular ivities at Yosemite national park are camping, hiking, and climbing the Half Dome. The Half Dome is a mountain that rises over 5,000 feet from its base. Hiking up Half Dome takes an entire day and by the time the hiker nears the summit, there is another 400 foot vertical climb to get to the top. Exhaustion and slippery conditions have led to over 60 deaths on Half Dome. The conditions are so deadly that the bottom part of the cliff is known as the “Death Slabs”. Some die on imp, others get swept away in Vernal Falls. And if thats not enough, be on the lookout for lightning, because thats take out a few people too. \r\r5 - Hawaiis Volcano Tours - Hawaii is known for its volcanic ivity, so it is natural that tourists would want to get a closer look at some of its volcanoes, but beware because that sightseeing trip can be deadly. A number of helicopter and bicycle companies will get you to the top for around $100. But thats when it gets dangerous. From 1992-2002 the Hawaii Volcanoes National Park reported 45 major injuries, and 40 deaths. Some die from losing control of their bikes and some from the lava haze, which looks like a harmless cloud of water vapor, but in reality contains a toxic mix of hydrochloric acid, carbon dioxide and hydrogen sulfide. These gasses can cause asphyxiation, asthma, and heart conditions. \r\r4 - Alnwick Gardens - Who doesnt enjoy a nice stroll through a well-manicured proper English garden? You might want to think twice if you visit Alnwick Castle in Northumberland, England. After inheriting the castle, the Duchess of Northumberland decided to revamp the gardens. She thought normal flowers were uninteresting, so instead she planted poisonous ones instead. Thus the Poison Garden was born. Visitors to the garden are far enough away from the plants that they cant smell or touch them, but some have been known to faint from the toxic fumes the plants release into the air. In addition to the poisonous plants, the Duchess also included coca and cannabis plants, to demonstrate how they can be deadly as well. \r\r3 - Death Road, Bolivia - Biking down Yungas Road, also known as Death Road, is just about the most dangerous bike rides in the world. Almost 300 bikers are killed annually trying to make it to the end of this narrow, steep road. The road is so dangerous that people from the adjacent town say a prayer before they use it. The drop from the side is 164 feet and those not daunted by their possible demise, speed across the path going around 40 miles per hour. So many people have lost their lives traveling this death road there are graves and shrines lining the road. Not the best sign when youre packing up to take a spin.\r\r2 - Skellig Michael - For those unfamiliar with Skellig Michael, you can catch a glimpse of it in the latest Star Wars . It is a very remote island off the coast of Ireland that was settled by monks between 600 and 800 AD. The monks chose this location specifically because it was hard to get to and navigate. Visitors to the island have to endure an hour long boat ride through rough seas to get there, and once they arrive there is no guarantee that they will be able to dock, due to the high waves and choppy water. If they do make it ashore, they will also not find any of the typical tourist amenities you might elsewhere, such as food, water, bathrooms, shelter, or a visitor center. Navigating the island is dangerous as well because in order to get to the site, you have to climb 600 ancient stone steps that wind their way up the side of a mountain, without any handrails. Two deaths have been reported so far. \r\r1 - Black Cat Trail – The Black Cat Trail or Track is located in New Guinea and is a popular walking trail. International hikers flock to this destination to try and defeat its treacherous path. The trail is previous World War II Trail that covers a variety of terrain that is very dangerous. Among the obstacles along the way are cliffs, fallen trees, swamps, hazardous ledges and rocks covered with moss. Due to its presence in the war, scattered around can often be found live bombs, boots, ammunition, and plane wrecks. There are also Japanese tunnels. The trail is roughly 38 miles long usually requires a 4 or 5 day commitment to making it across, although it has been completed in just two days. \rWhich dangerous place on our list would you be brave enough to visit? Let us know in the comments below. Dont forget to like this video and subscribe to our channel for more interesting videos like this one. Thanks for watching!


8. Brian Taylor - Armistice Day

  • Duration: 136
  • Channel: music
Brian Taylor - Armistice Day

‘Died some pro patria non dulce non et decor.' So Ezra Pound adapted Horace's lines for those whose sufferings for their nation had bred a dull, dark, painful generation with gloria cauterised from their minds. In the calendar their deaths are still recorded. Poppies and medals and uniforms are worn. Services are held and sacrifices lauded. Public concern and private grief are borne. On a cold November day. In a cold November wind. In Oxford 1993, in remembrance of their sufferings and trials, cars are towed untidily from St. Giles and scattered without symmetry in surrounding streets. To protect old rememberers from new bombs. This is the point where past and present meet. Cadets march tidily down George Street, to run the gauntlet of upper windows, from which insults are scattered like intellectual litter: ‘What a lot! What do you look like? ' Hard and bitter. This is the recompense the present shows, as they turn and turn about, from windows set in golden stone in upper storeys, which had been saved, no doubt, pro patria (sed cum dolore) by those who fell in thousands, cast like human litter, broken and bitter, upon the dying fields of Flanders. What they fell for then is out of fashion. They too are not protected from jibes and slanders; and their spirits are blown down Broad Street, past Martyrs' Memorial (which commemorates others who died for a faith which is also out of fashion) . Stripped of their glory, all like transcendental dust, seeking a refuge among the Just. Brian Taylor http://www.poemhunter.com/poem/armistice-day-3/


9. California 'weather bomb' at least two dead as torrential rain hits state

  • Duration: 214
  • Channel: news
California 'weather bomb' at least two dead as torrential rain hits state

At least two people have died after one of California’s strongest storms in years brought torrential rain and flash floods to the state. More than 100 homes have been evacuated over fears of mud slides near Los Angeles after the pacific storm, dubbed a “bombogenesis” or “weather bomb”, parked itself over southern California, opening sinkholes and cutting power to thousands of people. More than 300 flights at Los Angeles international airport have also been cancelled or delayed. The storm stretched far out into the ocean and was at its strongest late on Friday afternoon. It is expected to last until Saturday afternoon. One man was found dead in a submerged vehicle in the desert town of Victorville after several cars were washed down a flooded street, San Bernardino county fire spokesman Eric Sherwin said. A second man was electrocuted in the Sherman Oaks area of LA when a tree falling in heavy rain downed power lines that hit a car.Later in the same neighbourhood, a sinkhole swallowed two cars, the second on live TV as viewers watched it teeter on the edge before plunging in. Firefighters rescued one person from the first car, and the driver escaped from the second vehicle before it fell into the hole. Inland at the Cajon Pass, the shoulder of a road crumbled and sent a parked fire truck spilling over the side, but no one was injured. In LA’s Sun Valley, 10 cars were trapped in swift-moving water on a road and 15 people had to be rescued. About 150,000 households in the LA area were without electricity, and 180 homes were evacuated in the city of Duarte, in the foothills of the San Gabriel mountains. Amtrak cancelled services for much of California’s southern and central coast, and several stretches of road were closed by flooding. There were several traffic deaths on wet and flooded roads, but it was difficult to determine which were a direct result of the storm. “The storm looks to be the strongest storm to hit south-west California this season,” the National Weather Service said. “It is likely the strongest within the last six years and possibly even as far back as December 2004 or January 1995.” Meteorologists call this kind of storm a “weather bomb”, defined as “a rapidly deepening extratropical cyclonic low-pressure area”. By evening, Ventura county and northern Los Angeles county had recorded 24-hour rain totals of up to 7.5 inches (19cm), with the San Marcos mountain pass in Santa Barbara county receiving nearly 8.5 inches. Ryan Maue, a meteorologist for WeatherBell Analytics, told the LA Times 10 trillion gallons of rain would fall on California in the next week, enough to fill 15 million Olympic-sized swimming pools or to power Niagara Falls for 154 days.“It’s crazy,” said Robin Johnson, an academic adviser at the University of California, Santa Barbara. “It’s just pouring down rain. The wind is just going nuts.” The storm also spread precipitation north into the San Joaquin Valley and up to San Francisco, but it was not expected to bring significant rain in the far north where damage to spillways of the Lake Oroville dam forced evacuation of 188,000 people last weekend. It is part of a series of storms to have hit California recently, after the state suffered from five years of drought. LOVE SPORT NEWS


10. Twin suicide bombings kill dozens in Niger

  • Duration: 58
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Twin suicide bombings kill dozens in Niger

Officials say Islamist suicide bombers struck a barracks and a French-run uranium mine in Niger on Thursday, killing 20 people and wounding dozens in attacks that showed armed unrest spreading across West Africa. The majority of the deaths occurred in the desert town of Agadez, where the attacks were timed to coincide with morning prayers and the changing of the guard, when the military base was more vulnerable. Five men, all wearing explosive belts, rammed their explosive-laden vehicle past the defences of the military garrison. The attack killed 19 soldiers and injured over a dozen more. One of the attackers allegedly survived the blast and held four soldiers hostage before being subdued. According to the New York Times, the bombings were the first terrorist attacks in the landlocked West African nation. FOR MORE TOMONEWS US, GO TO: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=TomoNewsUS Facebook http://www.facebook.com/TomoNewsUS Twitter @tomonewsus http://www.twitter.com/TomoNewsUS Google+ http://gplus.to/TomoNewsUS FOR FUNNY TAIWANESE ANIMATIONS, GO TO: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=NMAWorldEdition FOR FUNNY TAIWANESE ANIMATIONS IN ENGLISH, GO TO: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=NMAtv FOR TOMONEWS IN JAPANESE, GO TO: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=TomoNewsJP FOR APPLE DAILY ENGLISH, GO TO: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=AppleDailyEnglish


11. Twin suicide bombings kill dozens in Niger

  • Duration: 58
  • Channel: news
Twin suicide bombings kill dozens in Niger

Officials say Islamist suicide bombers struck a barracks and a French-run uranium mine in Niger on Thursday, killing 20 people and wounding dozens in attacks that showed armed unrest spreading across West Africa. The majority of the deaths occurred in the desert town of Agadez, where the attacks were timed to coincide with morning prayers and the changing of the guard, when the military base was more vulnerable. Five men, all wearing explosive belts, rammed their explosive-laden vehicle past the defences of the military garrison. The attack killed 19 soldiers and injured over a dozen more. One of the attackers allegedly survived the blast and held four soldiers hostage before being subdued. According to the New York Times, the bombings were the first terrorist attacks in the landlocked West African nation. FOR MORE TOMONEWS US, GO TO: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=TomoNewsUS Facebook http://www.facebook.com/TomoNewsUS Twitter @tomonewsus http://www.twitter.com/TomoNewsUS Google+ http://gplus.to/TomoNewsUS FOR FUNNY TAIWANESE ANIMATIONS, GO TO: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=NMAWorldEdition FOR FUNNY TAIWANESE ANIMATIONS IN ENGLISH, GO TO: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=NMAtv FOR TOMONEWS IN JAPANESE, GO TO: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=TomoNewsJP FOR APPLE DAILY ENGLISH, GO TO: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=AppleDailyEnglish


12. 12 BIGGEST Fires

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12 BIGGEST Fires

From the deadliest fires started by an accident to the biggest and most destructive wildfires that spread through forests and the land.\r\r# 8 Taylor Complex Fire\rThe Taylor Complex Fire was the biggest wildfire in an already enormous and record-breaking Alaska Fire Season in 2004. It was the largest wildfire in the United States from 1997-2007, consuming an estimated 1,305,000 acres of land, contributing a significant amount of the more than 6,600,000 acres that were burned during the 2004 Alaskan Fire season. \r\r# 7 Oakland Firestorm \rIn 1991 a large fire that was triggered in a Suburban hillside of Northern Oakland. Many people refer to this disaster as the Oakland Firestorm of 1991, but it is officially called the Tunnel Fire. The blaze ultimately claimed the lives of 25 people and injured 150 others. Over 1,500 acres of property were destroyed which included nearly 3,000 single-family households and more than 400 apartment and condo units. The economic cost of the Firestorm is estimated at about $1.5 billion. \r\r# 6 Yellowstone Summer of Fire\rFires can ually be ecologically beneficial for forests, so Park managements will let small fires burn in controlled areas to prevent larger fires from occurring. In 1988, Yellowstone was overdue for a fire, and the small fires burning through the forest quickly formed into the biggest wildfire in the recorded history of Yellowstone Park. This is how the 1988 Summer of Fire began: as a few small fires spotted through the forest, but high winds quickly bred them into the massive forest fire that consumed a total of 793, 000 acres. Roughly 36 percent of the park would ultimately be affected by the Summer of Fire. At its peak, over 9,000 firefighters assisted by several firefighting air crafts to keep the destruction at bay. \r\r# 5 Cedar Fire\rIn 2003, Southern California suffered from 15 wildfires that would be known as the Fire Siege of 2003. The Cedar Fire is just one of these, but it was also one of the largest recorded wildfires in California History. The fire started when a hunter in the Cleveland National Forest started a fire to signal for help. His fire quickly lost control, and consumed residences near the mountain and 39 homes on the Barona Indian Reservation. Estimates say the Cedar Fire burned a total of 800,000 acres over the course of 2 months from October 23 to December 5th. In this image you can see the fire creeping onto the I-15 freeway, forcing drivers to scramble for escape. \r\r# 4 Black Saturday Bushfires\rThe Black Saturday bushfires refer to a devastatingof bushfires that burned across Victoria, Australia, beginning on Saturday, February 7, new, and the aftermath of those fires. At least 400 individual fires were recorded on just that Saturday. 173 deaths as a result of the bushfire, as well as 414 injuries and more than 1 million acres of land, were burnt down. Some estimate that the damage was equivalent to the energy that would be released from 1,500 Hiroshima-sized atomic bombs. \r\r# 3 2007 California Wildfires\rThe 2007 California Wildfire season saw over 9,000 separate wildfires that burned its way through over 1 million acres of land. It left 14 people dead and 160 injured. It was legally declared a state of emergency by Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger as seven California counties were on fire. The fires had several causes, but they were all exasperated by the extreme drought and high winds. It seems like every wildfire season in California is worse than the last, but the damage done in 2007 was easily one of the worst. \r\r# 2 Black Dragon Fire\rThe Black Dragon Fire was ignited in 1987, made worse by a drought and high winds. It completely devoured land as it blazed along the Chinese and Russian border. More than 60,000 Chinese firefighters were mobilized to suppress the fire. By the end of the Black Dragons siege, more than 250 people were injured, and 200 were dead. 3 million acres of forest land were burned, equalling to one-third of a Chinese Forest Reserve. On the Russian side, the fire burned freely without anyone attempting to suppress it - resulting in 15 million acres of land to burn on their side of the border. \r\r# 1 Sandfire\rThe most recent fire on this list is the Sand Fire that is blazing in Santa Clarita Valley in Southern California. It has scorched more than 37,000 acres of land so far and at the moment, still in the process of being suppressed. The destruction and reduction of air quality in the area has prompted Los Angeles County to go into a state of emergency. The fire seems to be far from contained, and we can only guess how much damage will be done by the blaze.