See How Paper Is Still Being Made by Hand Today | Short Film Showcase

Gangolf Ulbricht is one of the last papermakers in Europe that is still making his craft by hand. He uses wood-free fibers like cotton, flax, hemp, rags, and Manila hemp as the foundation for his creations. In this short film by Kings & Kongs, watch the process unfold as he works in his studio in the Kreuzberg borough of Berlin.
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How Rubber Bands Are Made

The process of making rubber bands starts with kneading rubber to soften it into dough. This dough is rolled into wide, thin pieces for it to eventually be cut and shaped into bands.

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Inside a Lost African Tribe Still Living in India Today | Short Film Showcase

In the dense forests of South Asia, a native African tribe has been living in quiet obscurity for more than 500 years.
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Known as the Siddis, their ancestors originated from the Great Lakes region before being captured and brought to India as Arab slaves. When slavery was outlawed in the 18th and 19th centuries, the Siddis feared persecution and retreated into the forests, where they have been living ever since. Today, the Siddi people are considered to be in the lowest bracket of the Hindu caste system—the Sudras, or the “untouchables.” In this short film by photographer and filmmaker Asha Stuart, get a rare look inside the Siddi tribal villages and explore the cultural diversity of this African-Diaspora community.

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Published: 2018-04-20 17:17:38
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See How Termites Inspired a Building That Can Cool Itself | National Geographic

How do you cool a building without air conditioning? Using an approach called biomimicry, see how architect Mick Pearce harnessed the ingenuity of termites to design a natural cooling system for the largest commercial building in Zimbabwe.
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In nature, termites build skyscraper-like mounds that are ventilated by a complex system of tunnels. By emulating the ingenuity of termites, Zimbabwean architect Mick Pearce used an approach called biomimicry to design a natural cooling system that harnessed nature. The result is an architectural marvel that achieves 90 percent passive climate control by taking cool air into the building at night and expelling heat throughout the day.

In this first installation of the Decoder series, see how the Eastgate Centre in Harare, Zimbabwe utilizes a termite-inspired climate control system. To learn more, read “Termite Climate Control” from the May 2018 issue of National Geographic magazine.

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Published: 2018-05-23 21:10:19
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Bank Lock | Funny Episodes | Mr Bean Cartoon World

Cash Machine
Mr Bean wants to buy a fancy cupcake, but his wallet is empty, so he has to visit a cash dispenser. As he tries to use it, his card is declined and eventually swallowed by the machine. Bean steals a box of tools from a repairman’s truck to unscrew the front of the machine in order to retrieve his card, thereby triggering the cash dispenser’s alarm and alerting the police.

Ice Cream
Bean wants an ice cream from the ice cream van, but ends up serving himself… along with every kid in town.

The Lift
Mr Bean goes on a lift to the top floor of a toy shop, but Teddy gets stuck in the doors and jams the lift. After the firemen pry open the elevator doors and freed Teddy, Mr. Bean bought the last toy car and gave it to the young boy in exchange for his Teddy.

Scaredy Bean
Mr Bean goes to cinema and partly watches two horror films, “Kat” and “The Glob”. However, they scare him too much, so eventually he watches “Mr. Tiny”, during which he falls asleep. When he arrives home, he tries to get in but realizes that he left his jacket at the cinema and with it his house key. It becomes worse when Bean sees Scrapper as the giant cat and Mrs. Wicket as the glob monster.

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