Thursday, August 18, 2011

SeaWorld Footage Commentary

A couple of videos with some added commentary to them, the first one is in the same style as the "Harassing Dolphins" video I did a couple months ago and the second one is in a new style with me adding commentary during the video. Check 'em out!

Tuesday, August 2, 2011

Fossil Collection Update

I posted a video update of my collection on youtube yesterday, check it out!

Thursday, July 28, 2011

Museum of Life and Science Playlist

I went to the Museum of Life and Science in Durham on July 16th and took quite a lot of footage there. One of my favorite parts of the museum was the new dinosaur trail and being able to search for fossils, I found a dolphin tooth! Enjoy the clips in this playlist!

Sunday, July 17, 2011

How to pronounce Coelacanth

My first slideshow video. I'm not sure how many of these I'll do. I may do some more talking about science terms like this, and perhaps going over some different species like my failed 'creature profile' series that I wanted to do. I don't know, I think I'll just make slideshow videos for topics that I think warrants them, like this one idea I have explaining the relation of birds to dinosaurs.

Monday, July 4, 2011

NC Zoo Playlist

So I finally uploaded all of my videos of the North Carolina Zoo on youtube and now you can watch them all in this nifty playlist I compiled:

NC Zoo - 2011

Sunday, June 26, 2011

My Fossil Collection and Preview of Zoo Trip

I recorded a video showing my fossil collection the other day detailing some of the different fossils I have and explaining how I may expand upon it in the future.

I also went to the Zoo yesterday with my friend Heather. In this video we talk about the different things we did and how the trip was. I'll be uploading more videos this week, so go visit my youtube channel or follow this blog and wait until the end of this week to see a full article with all of the videos.

Friday, June 17, 2011

New Video: The Subjective and Objective Lenses

I explain how religion is subjective and science is objective. The lenses that people wear when they are young sometimes stick with them a long time, but once they change their prescription, they'll see the world much clearer.