I was expecting a nice Lexan, but this is a pleasant surprise too. This is one of the older mods I've seen. I bet there was nothing wrong with the original fixtures. The relays are very nice and the motor is original. This is just an Armor slap on mod-something very rare. -My Website- http://jowevator3219.weebly.com/ -My Instagram- https://www.instagram.com/jowevator3219/ -Map of Every Elevator I've Filmed-https://firstname.lastname@example.org,-119.396052,4.25z/data=!4m2!6m1!1s1eoJ6g3h_2jcuQvJ3f_uJg5-xg1a5Fkrk?hl=en -Other Channels- https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCMZeYpf8XP2Sdt7DWWyzHhA?disable_polymer=true https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCVOnHeXh-ht3xnMrWvOlnRw UPLOAD SCHEDULE- M - Sacramento, CA T - San Francisco, CA W - University of Nevada, Reno Th - Reno, NV F - University of California, Davis Sat - Sacramento State University Sun - Hong Kong or Random Video (compilation, etc) OUTRO MUSIC BY SAPPHEIROS
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A recruitment video for the Mackay School of Earth Sciences and Engineering department at the University of Nevada, Reno. Majors offered are Geology, Geophysics, Geography, Hydrology, Geological Engineering, and Mining Engineering. For more information, check out the website at http://www.mines.unr.edu/mackay/
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There's never been a better time to be an engineer in Northern Nevada. Learn more about how the College of Engineering is preparing students for jobs in Nevada's growing tech economy.
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The University of Nevada, Reno's impressive Large-Scale Structures Earthquake Engineering Laboratory contains a 145-foot-long, 162-ton steel and concrete bridge that was built atop four large, 14-foot by 14-foot, hydraulic shake tables. The unique lab enables the engineers to simulate large earthquakes. You can find more about the lab here: http://www.sciencenewsblog.com/blog/923112
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http://www.carloskretz.com _______________________ Carlos Kretz Nací en Rosario, Argentina, donde estudié y me recibí, primero de electrotécnico en la ex Escuela Industrial, hoy Politécnico General San Martín, y luego de ingeniero mecánico y electricista en la Facultad de Ingeniería de la Universidad Nacional de Rosario. Desde mi infancia y durante toda mi vida, prácticamente dedicada a la empresa de tecnología que inicié poco después de concluir los estudios, he tenido el hobby de construir miniaturas. En especial me atraen los motores de vapor. En su juventud mi abuelo había trabajado en minas como operador de esos grandes motores, y desde chico yo le hacía describir una y mil veces ese trabajo y los detalles de las máquinas. Es muy probable que esas imágenes que yo asimilaba hayan sido la semilla que originó mi afición hacia esa vieja tecnología. Quiero considerar estas miniaturas como un homenaje a todos aquellos que crearon y perfeccionaron el motor a vapor, porque no hay duda de que su esfuerzo continuado y eficiente logró gestar un pilar fundamental en el desarrollo de la revolución industrial. _______________________ I was born in Rosario, Argentina. I first studied Electrotechnics in the former Industrial School, today Polytechnic High School General San Martin, I got my degree as an Electromechanical Engineer in the Engineering Faculty at the National University of Rosario, and shortly after that I founded a techonology company I practically devoted my life to. Since I was a child, actually, throughout my life I have had the hobby of building miniatures. I have always been particularly attracted to steam engines. In his youth, my grandfather worked in mines. He operated and was responsible for these large engines, and, as a kid, I used to ask him, once and again, to tell me about his work and to give me details about the machinery. These images, which I still keep fresh in my mind, might have been the seed for my love to steam technology. I am therefore happy to consider my thumbnails as a tribute to all the people who created and improved the steam engine, because their work and their effort was, without doubt, a cornerstone in the industrial revolution. _______________________
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We are in the Chemical Engineering class, Particle Technology, at the University of Nevada, Reno. Our final project was to create a ball mill to measure particle distribution. We made our ball mill out of a 6'' diameter PVC pipe and had two plexiglass disks on either end, held there by two plastic caps. We had several 3/4'' steel balls in the mill.
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Project video of the Android app developed as part of the Computer Science senior projects at the University of Nevada, Reno, 2017/2018. Project website: https://cs426team8.github.io/Drive-Train/
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John N. Louie, Applied Geophysics class at the University of Nevada, Reno, Lecture 13. http://crack.seismo.unr.edu/ftp/pub/louie/class/492-syll.html Gravity principles - densities, corrections, instruments, acquisition. Text: 2.1-2.2.2, 2.3-2.5, p. 6-7, 10-26: W. Telford, L. Geldart, and R. Sheriff, Applied Geophysics, Cambridge Univ. Press, ISBN 0521339383. Oppliger lectures: Gravity_glo-jnl.ppt.pdf slides 1-32: http://crack.seismo.unr.edu/ftp/pub/louie/class/492/oppliger/Gravity_glo-jnl.ppt.pdf
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The Nevada Bureau of Mines and Geology conducts cutting edge, societally relevant science that fosters economic development and public safety and involves training of the next generation of geoscientists. Major projects include earthquake hazard studies in the nation's third most seismically active state and regional tectonic studies of Nevada's rapidly evolving landscape. http://www.nbmg.unr.edu
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The College of Engineering at the University of Nevada, Reno moved three of its four 14 by 14 foot, 27-ton shake tables used to simulate earthquakes in its world-renowned civil engineering lab. Large-scale models of structures are placed on the tables to test new designs and new materials to make buildings, bridges and highways safer. http://nees.unr.edu.
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UW's team placed second out of 25 teams at the national Society for Range Management conference competition in Billings. They identify themselves in this short video.
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Keep up-to-date with the latest news, subscribe here: http://bit.ly/AFP-subscribe Colombia's landmines have claimed the second-highest number of victims in the world, leaving people careful about every step. But a new agreement between the government and FARC rebels will see the country cleared of anti-personnel explosives. Follow AFP English on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/AFPnewsenglish Latest news on AFP English Twitter: https://twitter.com/AFP Share your top stories on Google+ http://bit.ly/AFP-Gplus
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Broadcasted live on Twitch -- Watch live at https://www.twitch.tv/coloradocollege
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This was the final project for Mr. Minkel's Computer Science II circa 1990. The task was to combine live video and computer generated graphics from a State of the Art Apple IIe computer. This version has been edited to remove any copyrighted music and video as well as to conform to the 10 minute maximum time frame. Original ran approximately 15 minutes.
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CS426 - University of Nevada, Reno Department of Computer Science and Engineering https://austinbachman.github.io/SpaceFlightSimulatorSite/ Austin Bachman Sven Diaz-Juarez Jacob Lee Jervyn Suguitan Sponsored by Alex Redei MaxFlight FS2000 Motion Simulator
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Open Lecture and Invited Speakers - Changes in hydrological cycles: the need of a new synthesis of ecohydrology, biomedical sciences and water management by Rubén José Lara - 11 May 2012 at 12.00 GMT - Room 3.24, Building 8 "We deliver a live broadcast of the open lecture to remote students at www.ecohyd.org " byProfessor Rubén José Lara Director of the Argentine Institute of Oceanography (Bahía Blanca, Argentina), Leader of the Working Group Wetland Dynamics at the Leibniz Centre of Tropical Marine Ecology in Bremen, Germany and member of the Ecohydrology Group of the UNESCO International Hydrologic Program This lecture treats the relationship between aquatic ecosystems, water use and human health; and the necessity of interdisciplinary approaches for the development of water policies and disease control. It is emphasized that the comprehension of the multiple interactions among changes in environmental settings, land use, and human health requires a new synthesis of ecohydrology, biomedical sciences and water management for surveillance and control of waterborne diseases in basin-based, transboundary health systems. Surveillance systems should monitor changes in water management, ecotones and hydrological cycles and shifts in e.g. the outbreak timing of strongly seasonal diseases. These indicators would provide criteria for the development of innovative water governance systems combining methods of vector control and the safe creation of water reservoirs, irrigation systems and wetland habitats. Prof. Dr. R. J. Lara is Director of the Argentine Institute of Oceanography (Bahía Blanca, Argentina), Leader of the Working Group Wetland Dynamics at the Leibniz Centre of Tropical Marine Ecology in Bremen, Germany and member of the Ecohydrology Group of the UNESCO International Hydrologic Program. He studied Chemical Oceanography in Argentina, and worked for a total of 25 years in Germany where he carried out his PhD and postdoctoral research at the Alfred Wegener Institute for Marine and Polar Research in Bremerhaven. Later he moved to the Leibniz Centre for Tropical Marine Ecology where he has been --and still is- coordinator of international research programs on wetland and coastal research in Asia, South and Central America for 15 years, until recently returning to Argentina. His main research interests are aquatic biogeochemistry, paleoclimate, coastal vulnerability, wetland and estuarine dynamics and human health, and is author of about 140 publications on these topics.
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Release Date: Last Week of May 2018 Okay. I know some of you read my descriptions, but I have to put some of the following information since this is my class project. But I promise you! Super Ledgehop: Double will be a fun game that it makes my pants explode so I have to buy new ones whenever I try to speedrun it! I mean, you have waifus! And waveshines! And yes, I'll put that $100 bounty on whoever beats my speedrun when I release this. Oh, yeah! Gotta put that relevant formal information. Computer Science And Engineering University of Nevada, Reno CS 426 Senior Project in Computer Science Developed in 2017/2018 Developers: Joriel, Lyle, and David But hey, I ain't done yet. I gotta at least give the rest of the people who contributed to this game a shoutout. Don't worry! I'm paying them enough burgers to keep them alive! Composers: Princess Sylvysprit, Hoshihearts, David, Dark Cycloid Artists: Danny RG, Juqavies, Qwerty, Nashira Alright, since that's over with. It's time to declare my love for Yuuto Ichika again. What's that? Why don't I make a game with Yuuto Ichika for once if I love her so much? Well, here's your reward for actually going through the description. Your wonderful boot Bluechouli will be in Super Ledgehop: Double Laser! Yes! So if you think she's a cutie too, make sure you drop by and make sure you bring 10 extra pants! You don't want to play this and go to work realizing you don't have pants to wear anymore. I love Yuuto Ichika so much. So if you guys played The Quarter Game, that's legit the prototype. Get pranked! Maybe I would like to perform a kissing prank on Yuuto Ichika! But how do I do that to a fictional character. I'm already running out of money paying artists! Please buy my game! I need lunch money! Really! I'm gonna become a beggar for real. No, I don't have Patreon! Just buy my game! It's less than your typical fast food burger! I know burgers tastes so good! Yes! I love burgers SO MUCH! But please! Just spare me a dollar! Buy the game when it comes out so I can actually replace the pants I broke! It’s the Nutshack! (Yee, yee) It’s the Nutshack! (What he say?) (Ayyyy!) It’s the Nutshack! (Oh, yes!) (Yeeeah!) It’s the Nutshack! (Hey, I'm in that shit!) It’s the Nutshack! (Don’t forget ya' boy Angel!) It’s the Nutshack! (It’s the Nutshack!) It’s the Nutshack! (It’s the Nutshack!) It’s the Nutshack! (Yeah!) (It’s the Nutshack…) It’s the Nutshack! (Hey!) It’s the Nutshack! (This beat's knockin'!) It’s the Nutshack! (Whoooa!) It’s the Nutshack! Hoo-ugh! Phil’s from The ‘Frisco, Jack’s from the P.I., Horatio the Horat so bigga! Tito Dick “Dickman”, baby! He raised Phil and loves the ladies. Jack’s cool and lazy, he’s still learnin’. Number one Cherry Pie, still a virgin. Chita, meet da freak of da weekah! Phil’s homegirl that Jack wanna keep her, But that’s not happenin’, either! Shake it like a seizure, hold up, Lemme spark this, take a breather, (Yeaaah huh huh!) Breathe that reefer in my lungs. I got grapes, what you watchin’, son? (son!) It’s the Nutshack! (Yah!) It’s the Nutshack! (AAAAARRRGH!) It’s the Nutshack! It’s the Nutshack!
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Kostas Alexis Assistant Professor, University of Nevada, Reno October 28, 2016 Autonomous Exploration and Inspection using Aerial Robots Abstract The capacity of aerial robots to autonomously explore, inspect and map their environment is key to many applications. This talk will overview and discuss a set of new -and in their majority open sourced and experimentally verified- sampling-based strategies that break new ground on how a robot can efficiently inspect a structure for which a prior model exists, how to explore unknown environments, and how to actively combine the planning and perception loops to achieve autonomous exploration with maintained levels of 3D mapping fidelity. In particular, we will detail recent developments in the field of active perception and belief-space planning for autonomous exploration. Finally, an overview of further research activities on aerial robotics, including solar-powered unmanned aerial vehicles and aerial manipulators will be provided. Speaker Biography Kostas Alexis obtained his Ph.D. in the field of aerial robotics control and collaboration from the University of Patras, Greece in 2011. His Ph.D. research was supported by the Greek national-European Commission Excellence scholarship. After successfully defending his Ph.D. thesis, he was a awarded a Swiss Government fellowship and moved to Switzerland and ETH Zurich. From 2011 to June 2015 he held the position of senior researcher at the Autonomous Systems Lab, ETH Zurich, leading the lab efforts in the fields of control and path planning for advanced navigational and operational autonomy. His research interests lie in the fields of control, navigation, optimization and path-planning focusing on aerial robotic systems with multiple and hybrid configurations. He is the author or co-author of more than 50 scientific publications and has received several best paper awards and distinctions, including the IET Control Theory & Applications Premium Award 2014. Furthermore, together with his collaborators, they have achieved world records in the field of solar-powered flight endurance. Kostas Alexis has participated in and organized several large-scale multi-million dollar research projects with broad international involvement and collaboration. In July 2015, Kostas moved to the University of Nevada, Reno with the goal to dedicate his efforts towards establishing true autonomy for aerial and other kinds of robotics.
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অসম - Assam's longest straightest national highway will take you to the WORLD'S OLDEST OPERATING OIL REFINERY & BIRTH PLACE OF INDIAN OIL INDUSTRY - National Highway No. 38 Route: This road is Assam's longest straightest highway & starts from Makum & leads to Digboi - Margherita - Ledo - Likhapani. Distance between Digboi and Makum is 19 KM (kilometers) and 316.28 meters. Time difference between Digboi and Makum is 0.0106666666667 decimal hours (0 : 0 : 38.4). DIGBOI boasts of two modern wonders of the world -- a hundred-year-old oil field still producing and the world's oldest operating oil refinery - BIRTH PLACE OF INDIAN OIL INDUSTRY. Crude oil was discovered here in late 19th century, in a span of ten years when the discovery of Oil took place in first Oil drilling in the world. It has eighteen holes golf course as part of the Digboi Club. It has guest houses and tourist residential apartments laid on Italian architectural plan to promote tourism in upper Assam. "'Dig boy, dig', shouted the Canadian engineer, Mr W L Lake, at his men as they watched elephants emerging out of the dense forest with oil stains on their feet". In the 1860s. one English prospector out looking for cold saw bubbles of oil and shale surfacing around here. At that time the river named "Buri Deheing" was surrounded by thick jungles.By 1890 the first oil well started spudding. And in 1901 the Digboi Oil Refinery started producing petrol and kerosene. It is said that the town gets its name from the phrase "dig-boy-dig," which is what the English told the labourers as they dug for crude oil. The English started a small oil installation. India (and Asia) obtained its first refinery in Digboi in the year 1901. Assam Oil Company was formed in 1899 to look after the running of the oil business in this area. The Digboi oil field produced close to 7,000 barrels per day (1,100 m3/d) of crude oil at its peak, which was during World War II. The current production from the Digboi fields is about 240 barrels per day (38 m3/d). Over 1,000 wells have been drilled at Digboi -- the first well in 1889 had stuck oil at 178 feet (54 m). In 1989, the Department of Posts, India came out with a stamp commemorating 100 years of the Digboi fields. Today, though the crude production is not high, Now a division of Indian Oil Corporation, had a capacity of about 0.65 MMTPA as of 2003. Digboi is now Headquarter of Assam Oil Division of Indian Oil Corporation Limited. Tucked amid blue hills and undulating plains carpeted with emerald green tea plantations, Digboi still retains its colonial ambience. It's simply breathtaking to have a bird's eye view of Digboi from the famous Ridge Hill point. On clear days, one can also see the snow- covered mountains of the eastern Himalayas. NATIONAL OIL PARK: Digboi also has an oil museum and a wildlife sanctuary of unsurpassed beauty. Going down the hill, visitors will come across oil derricks of various types and other devices still declaring the glory and marvel of the now outdated innovations of the last forties. If one comes down from the hill on the other side, one will have the greatest sight of his lifetime. One may also bump across a herd of elephants or a Royal Bengal Tiger, besides some rare species of birds. Places like Margherita and Ledo are famous for open cast coal mining. Office of the Chief General Manager of North Eastern Coal Fields, Coal India Ltd. is located in Margherita town. MARGHERITA: the centre of tea gardens, plywood factories and coal mines, with many picnic spots dotting the sandy banks of the River Dihing. Cool, misty and away from the mainland, breathing in the aroma of fresh tea leaves is an experience, both rare and heartwarming. The tea gardens here are perhaps the best in the world. MAKUM once had a thriving community of Chinese, who settled down in the area in the 1830s. The Chinatown was closed in 1962, on the outbreak of the Sino-Indian War, as Assam was within close proximity to the border region. The Chinatown (now known as Chinapatty) is now inhabited by local population but a large part of the Chinese house structures are still the same as left by the Chinese. Author Rita Choudhury wrote a book on the ordeal of the Chinese community called Makam itself. A Durga Puja which has been celebrated by the people of China patty since 1982 & it is too special because of without differentiation of community (e.g; Hindu,Muslim, Sikh, Buddhist & Christian) all are Connected through this Shree Shree Durga Puja Committee. We should salute them & learn from them the actual meaning of Humanity. The word MAKUM is of Chinese origin literally means "meeting point". It is the meeting point of three premier towns of upper Assam namely Tinsukia, Digboi and Doomdooma. The National Highway-37 and National Highway-38 meet at Makum. The railway junction of Makum is the easternmost railway junction of the Indian Railways.The rail line became operational as early as 16 July 1883.
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Course: Systems Dynamics and Complexity (Fall 2011) from ETH Zurich. Source: http://www.video.ethz.ch/lectures/d-mtec/2011/autumn/351-0541-00L.html
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I don’t know what this used to be but it was unfortunately modded with Adams and Innovation buuuuut the motor makes up for it. You can hear this thing going up through the entire building. I’d love to have a class next to this thing! This one has an interesting floor indicator, and the arrow reminds me of Schindler for some reason. -My Website- http://jowevator3219.weebly.com/ -My Instagram- https://www.instagram.com/jowevator3219/ -Map of Every Elevator I've Filmed-https://email@example.com,-119.396052,4.25z/data=!4m2!6m1!1s1eoJ6g3h_2jcuQvJ3f_uJg5-xg1a5Fkrk?hl=en -Second Channel- https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCVOnHeXh-ht3xnMrWvOlnRw UPLOAD SCHEDULE- M - Sacramento, CA T - San Francisco, CA W - University of Nevada, Reno Th - Reno, NV F - University of California, Davis Sat - Sacramento State University Sun - Hong Kong or Random Video (compilation, etc) OUTRO MUSIC BY SAPPHEIROS
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Herman Herman Director of the National Robotics Engineering Center Robotics Institute, Carnegie Mellon University Friday, September 14 Lesson Learned from Two Decades of Robotics Development and Thoughts on Where We Go from Here Abstract: In this talk, Herman Herman will offer various lessons learned from developing various robots for the last 2 decades at the National Robotics Engineering Center. He will also offer his perspective on the future of autonomous robots in various industries, including self-driving cars, material handling and consumer robotics. Bio: Dr. Herman Herman is the Director of NREC and has 25 years of experience in developing robotic vehicles, sensors and electronics for defense, agriculture, mining and other markets. His expertise include perception, sensor design and integration, robotic system design and integration, autonomy, communications, user interfaces, hardware, electronics and test bed design. Dr. Herman has been with NREC since its inauguration in 1996 and became the Director in 2015. Dr. Herman holds a Ph.D. in robotics from Carnegie Mellon University.
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The November edition of the Student Org Spotlight. Meet Concrete Canoe and see why they are in the spotlight! Video Created by FilmRockers in association with the SD Mines Student Association Senate. Or Die Trying OST: Plink by fluffy (c) copyright 2016 Licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution Noncommercial (3.0) license. http://dig.ccmixter.org/files/fluffy/53633
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Reel #: 10009 TC In:001301- B W 1946- MS - Small office, exhibition of boss rudeness. Female office worker looking at a CU vacation brochure when opened has a CU questionnaire for Reservations, one entry "ARE THERE ANY HEBREWS IN YOUR PARTY?"; disembodied hands with pencil are marking off boxes; This clip is available for licensing without time code and logo from MyFootage.com - Call us at (212) 620-3955 - Please Subscribe to our channel, as we are constantly adding new clips. Thanks!
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UNR Economics Professor Dr. Elliot Parker on the need for more education spending to create economic growth. Scolds Nevadans for cutting higher education, advocates a Corporate Income Tax and Nevada IRS(AB336), and higher taxes on the Mining Industry. The Recession, Revenues, and Nevada's Recovery was a Town Hall Forum organized by Assemblyman Pat Hickey of Reno. Todd Taxpayer is the host of The Capitol Chronicle, covering the Nevada State Capitol using new media technologies. www.TheCapitolChronicle.com
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NEVADA REGIONAL EARTHQUAKES IN THE LAST 14 DAYS http://www.seismo.unr.edu/Earthquake http://earthquake.usgs.gov/earthquakes/states/?region=Nevada http://quakes.globalincidentmap.com/ BATTLE MOUNTAIN NV THIS SEEMS TO BE A MINING AREA - COPPER, GOLD, SILVER http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Battle_Mountain,_Nevada When copper ore was discovered in 1866 and mining began, the Central Pacific Railroad started a station to support the mining activity. In 1870 the railroad moved the Argenta station to Battle Mountain and established a townsite to serve the Battle Mountain copper and gold mining district. ELKO NV http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Elko,_Nevada DEFINITELY A MINING AREA - - KNOWN AS THE "GOLD BELT" Elko's economy is based on gold mining, ranching, and tourism. As of early 2009, Elko County had 26,700 jobs, up from 25,500 in 2008. Elko is considered the capital of Nevada's goldbelt. The state of Nevada produces more gold than all but four countries, most of which is mined near Elko. This has caused the town to have a boom and bust economy consistent with the rises and declines in the price of gold. The town is surrounded by hundreds of abandoned mining camps, and viewing them is a popular local activity. A gold boom in the 1980s that ended in a bust in the late 1990s left the town with large numbers of abandoned homes and left the local governments struggling to survive on reduced tax revenues. With a new gold boom starting in 2009, city officials have been reluctant to hire new employees and have decided to build a reserve in the city budget to prepare for the next bust. Elko has struggled to bring in other industries, mostly because of its isolation, and the surrounding harsh desert environment. Hunter S. Thompson quipped that in Elko, "The federal government owns 90% of this land, and most of it is useless for anything except weapons testing and poison-gas experiments".
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Full title reads: "KEEP THE PARTY CLEAN". United States of America (USA). Several shots of the stains on furniture and woman's clothes caused by the clumsiness of her little daughter. Woman calls a maid who cleans the stains with wet cloth. Children drowning on wallpaper. Maid cleans it with wet cloth again. Stain proof plastic is woven into wall paper and fabric in America. Material called Varlon. FILM ID:1374.14 A VIDEO FROM BRITISH PATHÉ. EXPLORE OUR ONLINE CHANNEL, BRITISH PATHÉ TV. IT'S FULL OF GREAT DOCUMENTARIES, FASCINATING INTERVIEWS, AND CLASSIC MOVIES. http://www.britishpathe.tv/ FOR LICENSING ENQUIRIES VISIT http://www.britishpathe.com/ British Pathé also represents the Reuters historical collection, which includes more than 120,000 items from the news agencies Gaumont Graphic (1910-1932), Empire News Bulletin (1926-1930), British Paramount (1931-1957), and Gaumont British (1934-1959), as well as Visnews content from 1957 to the end of 1979. All footage can be viewed on the British Pathé website. https://www.britishpathe.com/
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Folsom Lake College field class that talks of the mining and geology history in Virginia City NV. Professor Wheeldon has a vast wealth of information thats why this video is so long. the first part shows off the city by sky while the rest of the video has lectures about certain areas and mines. if you would like a copy email me at [email protected]
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