Growing a World Wonder | Virtual Reality film | NEW 2016

Growing a World Wonder | Virtual Reality film | NEW 2016

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  1. 중동에서의 피라미드돌들을,고인돌 모양들로의 사막횡단 건축들에 써야하는 일들.
    하느님의 일들에,피라미드돌들을 써야하는 일들.자원부족들이 생길때는,할수없다고 하심.
    God Lord,given this messages.

  2. Когда удивился не великой стене, а тому, что можно вертеть телефоном и видео поворачивается, а ещё тому, что я понял практически всё, что она сказала на английском 😃

  3. Blatantly, there's at least one (i.e. more) vehicles there capable of fitting a power-takeoff so that odd activity of "shove a stick in the ground, monty-python-holy-grail-style" is not needed. "Just $2 a month helps fund VR drones for this Tropico3 native enclave. Donate in time for next year's GoPatreonStartMe's project to cleft a worm in twain with a shovel and hoik an endoscope up each half, so you can preorder its remake of Microcosm on 3DO."

  4. Once uopn a time… Now back again. A new wonder of the world. An international hertiage to care for as a protected area like a nationalpark. In arfrica is going to grow a continent park = Queen-Elizabeth- und Addo-Elefanten National Park, Lake Manyara, Gombe Stream, Ngorongoro, Masi Mara, Chobe, Tarangire, Zambesi, bis nach Madagaskar (Freundschaftsvertrag von 1883 des Kaiser war enttäuschen, die Bürger der BRD sind besser als ihre Regierung)

  5. In Mauritania they're using Acacia tree and it's paying for itself in gum arabica. Gum arabica is used I think for cohesion food, soft drinks, medicine. If the villages look anything like the ones shown in this they need to talk deployed solar and microgrids. A BioLite Starter pack about $150 three lights, battery small solar panel. Let the kids do homework or read at night.

  6. IF FORESTS ARE TO BE SAVED ON THE MASS THEY DESERVE – THEY NEED TO EARN THEIR KEEP AND PAY FOR THEMSELVES. We have a situation throughout the world where native crop trees and other plants, which could otherwise be financially supporting the indigenous forests, are being privately cultivated elsewhere in foreign lands. For political reasons governments have been wilfully engaged in the opposite of what's good for the planet for centuries and things are far from improving. We need a completely new 'Rainforest Assured Standard,' a symbol which would actually mean something, that the public could truly engage in sustainable shopping with.

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