We were born to endure what the body holds up we endured what came and we will endure what will come we endure [things] even when our seconds are numbered our bodies can endure being choked up to fifteen minutes. We endure lashes, our arms being cut off, fractures in… Continue Reading Calle 13 – El Aguante

Let’s get out of here because no one around. Yes,let’s. Here! Here you go.Red pepper! That’s enough.let’s go!! Let’s get all of them! Well, What is the total? Hmm about 10,000yen. “Kind Couple also pay money!” Heave-ho! We bought a lot,didn’t we? Yes All right.Let’s go to the baseball game!!… Continue Reading What are you doing? ~Culture of Hiroshima~

Hi! I’m Stan Muller, this is Crash Course World History, and today we’re going to talk about energy.. I don’t mean crystal energy or pyramid power or even Red Bull. I mean the energy that humans use to build pyramids or synthesize crystals or to manufacture energy drinks. Hey, hey!… Continue Reading Humans and Energy: Crash Course World History 207

thank you thank you welcome welcome to covering the bases with the Mets untrust Aronson from the st. Lucie County Chamber of Commerce it is our pleasure our honor to host this event every third Monday of the month we do right here at the SLC TV studios it’s at… Continue Reading Covering the Bases with the Mets July 2018

who’s still interested in the desert morning comic ages bar a scientific thunderbolt gives a preview of the destructive gi demands did about birth blast until he or she might banished from the list of living cities closely-guarded plants in new mexico in tennessee and the state of washington continue… Continue Reading Tale of Two Cities 1946 – Hiroshima and Nagasaki 1945

During the WWII between the Axis Power and the Allies, though Germany was defeated and there was little winning chance for Japan, Japan still kept on fighting till the end and refused to surrender to the U.S. Potsdam Declaration which threatened with “prompt and utter destruction.” Before the bombings on… Continue Reading Atomic bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki – Triumph or tragedy

Ever since the first nuclear weapons test in the deserts of New Mexico and the bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki, nuclear weapons have become significantly more powerful. Since the first test in New Mexico by the United States in 1945, 2,475 nuclear weapons have been detonated across the globe. Over… Continue Reading The Terrifying True Scale of Nuclear Weapons

This video contains HUGE spoilers! Please watch it after the main episode. This is fun and all, but it won’t work! Do you think we can make it? I doubt it. Do you think we can make it? Shall we try anyway? Yeah, let’s go! Shall we try anyway? See… Continue Reading 【Bonus Scene】HIROSHIMA TRAIN GAME ≪BEGIRAGONSES#FIN≫

Japan is the only country in the world that had to suffer the horror of one of the most destructive forces ever created by mankind : an atomic bomb. Preserved as a witness of such horror, the Hiroshima Peace Memorial, also known as the Atomic Bomb Dome or Genbaku Dome,… Continue Reading Hiroshima Atomic Bomb Dome Tour – 原爆ドーム – 4K Ultra HD

This is Letters from Japan. Today I’m at the Hiroshima Peace Memorial Park in Hiroshima. The Hiroshima Peace Memorial Park is located in Central Hiroshima. The park covers a large area and consists of several components: The Genbaku Domu, or Atomic Bomb Dome sits on the northern edge of the… Continue Reading Hiroshima Peace Memorial Park – Letters from Japan