• Sort Date - Dates (oldest to newest) in Excel | Excel in Hindi

    Sort Date - Dates (oldest to newest) in Excel | Excel in Hindi https://www.excelsuperstar.org/2016/08/16/sort-date-dates-oldest-newest/ Select a column of dates or times in a range of cells, or make sure that the active cell is in a table column containing dates or times. Select a column of dates or times in a range of cells or table. On the Data tab, in the Sort & Filter group, do one of the following: To sort from an earlier to a later date or time, click A to Z command in Excel that sorts A to Z or smallest number to largestSort Oldest to Newest. To sort from a later to an earlier date or time, click Z to A command in Excel that sorts Z to A or largest number to smallestSort Newest to Oldest. To reapply a sort after you change the data, click a cell in the range or table, and th...

    published: 29 Apr 2016
  • GAppsTip: Sort email by oldest first

    When working in an email list it is often useful to start at the oldest email first. You can do this by clicking on the email count and selecting ‘Oldest’.

    published: 21 Oct 2016
  • How to sort youtube uploads from OLDEST to NEWEST

    Youtube doesn't allow you to watch a user's videos from oldest to newest in a playlist (unless you create your own by adding each video individually), but by sorting uploads by Upload date (oldest first), clicking on the first video (the oldest one), and adding: &list=UL&sort=da to the end of the address!!

    published: 18 Aug 2016
  • Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge : How to Sort Email by oldest (Android Marshmallow)

    This video show How to Sort Email by oldest in Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge. In this tutorial I use Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge SM-G935FD International version with Android 6.0.1 (Marshmallow).

    published: 03 Mar 2017
  • DANTDM'S OLDEST VIDEO (PUBLIC) Minecraft: Pokemobs Adventure Mod #1 'The Journey Begins..'

    I have nothing else to upload

    published: 21 May 2016
  • How to sort most popular/oldest/newest video on mobile.

    Boogie2988's channel (check him out! His videos are hilarious!):https://m.youtube.com/user/boogie2988 Mrbeast's channel (check him out too! He is awesome as well!):https://m.youtube.com/user/MrBeast6000 I don't do descriptions.

    published: 15 Sep 2017
  • ...The Oldest Known Melody c.1400 BC!

    This unique video, features my first of 2 arrangements for solo lyre, of the 3400 year old "Hurrian Hymn no.6", which was discovered in Ugarit in Syria in the early 1950s, and was preserved for 3400 years on a clay tablet, written in the Cuniform text of the ancient Hurrian language - The Hurrian Hymn (catalogued as Text H6) was discovered in Ugarit, Syria, in the early 1950s, and was preserved for 3400 years on a clay tablet, written in the Cuniform text of the ancient Hurrian language - except from a few earlier Sumarian fragmentary instructional musical texts from c.1950 BCE (Musical Instructions for Lipit-Ishtar, King of Justice) the Hurrian Hymn it is the oldest written song yet known, in History! Although about 29 musical texts were discovered at Ugarit, only this text, (text H6), w...

    published: 13 May 2009
  • "Oldest" and "Eldest" - What's the difference?

    http://www.engvid.com Oldest or eldest? Learn how to use these two easily confused words. Stop waiting, and click the play button to watch this vocabulary lesson now! Don't forget to go to http://www.engvid.com/oldest-eldest/ to take the quiz.

    published: 18 Apr 2012
  • What Is The Oldest Living Thing?

    From eldritch aspen colonies to immortal jellyfish, the world is lousy with long-lived organisms. But what’s the oldest? Learn more at HowStuffWorks.com Share on Facebook: https://goo.gl/IDNsbs Share on Twitter: https://goo.gl/QXC2XL Subscribe: http://goo.gl/ZYI7Gt Visit our site: http://www.brainstuffshow.com So, as far as aging goes, humans have it pretty good. I mean, we’re no giant tortoises, but we’re generally capable of living for decades – some of us for more than a century! Here at BrainStuff, this got us thinking: What is the world’s oldest living thing? It’s a tricky question, and the answer depends on how we define “living” and a “thing”. First, let’s tackle what we mean by “thing”. If we say a “thing” could also be a clonal colony, then the competition heats up quickly. ...

    published: 30 Jun 2015
  • TEENS REACT TO WINDOWS 95

    WINDOWS 95 Bonus video on the REACT channel: https://goo.gl/RrnHtP FOLLOW KARAN BRAR: https://twitter.com/thekaranbrar Watch all main React episodes (Kids/Elders/Adults/YouTubers): http://goo.gl/4iDVa Subscribe to FBE! New videos every week! http://goo.gl/aFu8C Subscribe to the React Channel too for MORE shows: http://goo.gl/47iJqh The TEENS sit down and react to this retro technology Windows 95. Follow Fine Brothers Entertainment: MAIN CHANNEL: http://www.youtube.com/FBE SECOND CHANNEL: http://www.youtube.com/FBE2 REACT CHANNEL: http://www.youtube.com/REACT FACEBOOK: http://www.facebook.com/FineBros TWITTER: http://www.twitter.com/fbe INSTAGRAM: http://www.instagram.com/FBE SNAPCHAT: finebros VINE: https://vine.co/TheFineBros TUMBLR: http://thefinebros.tumblr.com/ GOOGLE+: http://www.g...

    published: 06 Mar 2016
  • 10 Oldest Living Creatures

    From the elusive cave dwelling salamander, to the invincible koi fish, these are 10 of the OLDEST living creatures ! Koi -- Well known to inhabit decorative ponds, Koi are a domesticated and ornamental variety of the common carp. Certain varieties of koi are thought to live between 100-200 years. A famous red koi named “Hanako” reportedly lived to be 225 years old. Tortoise -- Tortoises are known for their longevity … but did you know the oldest tortoise lived to the ripe old age of 250 years old! Well, there is some controversy about that… But the story goes that Adwaita was captured in the Seychelles Islands in the 1700s, and was donated to the Alipore Zoo in India in 1875, and lived there -- outliving his keepers -- until 2006. Greenland Shark -- They’re also known as the Grey S...

    published: 04 Aug 2016
  • The Oldest Song in the World

    Read more about the Assyrians at: http://www.assyriatimes.com For fifteen years Prof. Anne Draffkorn Kilmer puzzled over clay tablets relating to music including some excavated in Syria by French archaeologists in the early '50s. The tablets from the Syrian city of ancient Ugarit (modern Ras Shamra) were about 3400 years old, had markings called cuneiform signs in the hurrian language (with borrowed akkadian terms) that provided a form of musical notation. One of the texts formed a complete cult hymn and is the oldest preserved song with notation in the world. Finally in 1972, Kilmer, who is professor of Assyriology, University of California, and a curator at the Lowie Museum of Anthropology at Berkeley, developed an interpretation of the song based on her study of the notation. (Fig. 1)....

    published: 09 Jan 2013
  • The Oldest Written Melody in History (Recorded on the World's Oldest Webcam!)

    Hurrian Hymn Text H6 (circa 1400 BCE): the world's earliest early music so far discovered (recorded on quite possibly the world's earliest webcam!). The 3400 year old Hurrian Hymn was discovered in Ugarit, ancient northern Canaan (now modern Syria) in the early 1950s, and was preserved for 3400 years on a clay tablet, written in the Cuneiform text of the ancient Hurrian language - although even earlier Sumarian fragmentary purely instructional musical text from c.1950 BCE (Musical Instructions for Lipit-Ishtar, King of Justice) has been discovered, (which includes nothing more than tuning intervals and a quote of the mode in which the piece was to be played) the Hurrian Hymn it is the oldest actual written melody yet discovered, in History: http://ancientlyre.com/the_oldest_written_melody...

    published: 27 Feb 2008
  • Found The Oldest Bible In The World. "Jesus Never Existed" ?

    https://goo.gl/OkG241 Trembles the Church. In these years of disbelief and widespread atheism, just from Jerusalem reaches a certainly not comforting news: according to the team of scholars of Professor Walter White he was found the oldest Bible in the world, the first copy of the sacred text that would speak plainly Jesus never existed. "We carried out the examination of the sea coal on the text. It is a specific examination to ascertain the antiquity of the material and the marks who obtained during the passing of the years. Obviously, we are sure the first Bible ever written it, that in fact, appeared to result from the mouth of the Lord to the prophets. Well, in this book, just the missing part of the New Testament as we know it today. There is talk, however, of a prophet na...

    published: 05 Oct 2016
  • Gmail's oldest to newest messages - where did it go? #DailyTaskWizTips

    Today's Daily Task Wiz Tip - Buried treasure! Gmail's oldest to newest messages - where did it go? Also a great way to find your first Gmail message. Follow #DailyTaskWizTips hashtag on Twitter B.J. Woods Task Wiz on Google+ https://plus.google.com/u/0/b/117283720355492359471/ Bobbi Jo Woods on Google+ http://www.google.com/+BobbiJoWoods

    published: 05 Sep 2013
  • Batman: The Oldest Enemy Fan Film

    Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/batman.tholen This video contains only test footage intended for a short movie called "The Oldest Enemy" based upon Batman created by Bob Kane & Bill Finger. "The Oldest Enemy" is a non-profit artistic endeavor. It is not intended for sales of any sort. We do not own the rights possessed by DC Comics, Warner Bros, The Stone Roses, Clint Mansell or any of their respective affiliates or licensees. No copyright infringement intended. For test purpose only. Batman: The Oldest Enemy is a french Fan-Fiction. -TRAILER OF THE WEEK- AWARDEO Congratulations to Batman: Le Plus Vieil Ennemi by Max Scherbie for winning this week. Amazing work! Thank you everybody for voting! Watch the full trailer here: https://goo.gl/q9QIgE

    published: 23 Jan 2017
  • BIGGEST Animal EVER Recorded in the Ocean Depths?

    The Bloop Sound: Caused by the biggest animal or creature ever? An enormous underwater creature, many times larger than the blue whale, caused a sound so loud it was heard by scientists 3000 miles apart. Was it a blue whale, a kraken, megalodon, colossal squid or maybe even Cthulhu awakening from his slumber? In 1997, an array of hydrophones, special underwater microphones used by scientists to study happenings under the ocean, detected an extremely loud and low frequency sound that was able to be heard more than 3000 miles away from its source. It was calculated to have occurred a ways west off the coast of the South American tip. The sound, due to what it sounds like when sped up 16 times was dubbed "The Bloop" and sounds like this. Ill play the real sound for you, which is much cre...

    published: 05 Aug 2014
  • How to read comments oldest to newest.

    https://hadzy.com/analytics/youtube/ Read youtube commenst oldest to newest. Sort by likes and date. Search for any keyword within all comments.

    published: 24 Jul 2017
  • SWEDEN'S OLDEST BUILDING? - 10 Swedish Words #247

    I have managed to find the oldest wooden building in Sweden, sort of. This was filmed in snowy Älvdalen in the state of Dalarna this past weekend. AD: Click here for Swedish course: https://curious.com/theswedishlad/series/lets-learn-swedish?ref=ffTG-ii6wLY to sign up and watch the first lesson for free. Then pick a monthly subscription or a yearly and get A LOT of other courses from Curious at the same time. Swedish Blog: http://martinarvebro.se/ Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/theswedishlad Facebook: ‪http://www.facebook.com/MartinNotSven Swedish channel: ‪‪https://www.youtube.com/c/martinarvebro Instagram: TheSwedishLad Instagram: TheSwedishLanguage Intro graphics by Oliver Holmgren & Erica Svejderud 10 Swedish Words: http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL045C994ACEB09236 Cheers -...

    published: 23 Nov 2017
  • Watch YouTube Videos in Chronological Order from a Channel (oldest to newest, YouTube Jukebox)

    Playing all YouTube videos uploaded by one user is a common request and I wish it was more obvious. But fortunately there's a simple trick which will get you an auto-generated playing of all the videos from one channel. On ANY video watch page, click in the address bar and modify the url After the view key (watch?v= followed by a random string of numbers and letters) type &list=UL Press enter and you now have a playlist of all the videos from that channnel Unfortunately you can't seem to actually view the playlist and sometimes the numbers don't accurately represent where in the playlist you actually are. But it always plays them in the correct order, oldest to newest

    published: 29 Apr 2015
  • S.D. Variations sort by newest to oldest

    This video is to show you how to use the function sort by: newest to oldest

    published: 02 May 2012
  • my oldest and (sort of)crappie pics

    my oldest pics

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  • Larry Wall: 5 Programming Languages Everyone Should Know

    Don't miss new Big Think videos! Subscribe by clicking here: http://goo.gl/CPTsV5 Java is "heavyweight, verbose, and everyone loves to hate it," but Wall still thinks you should know it. Question: What are the five programming languages everyone, even non-programmers, should know about and why? Larry Wall:  Oh, boy, that's a really tough question.  It's kind of like asking what are the five countries you should know about if you're not interested in geology, or geography, or politics, and the answer varies depending on what your actual interests are, or what are the five companies you should know.  And the answer changes over time, too.  Back when I was getting started, lo these many decades ago, the answers would've been Fortran, Cobalt, Basic, Lisp, and maybe APL, and those were very ...

    published: 13 Jun 2011
  • Oldest Pyramid On Earth Contains Alien Tomb?

    Support Us On Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/MysteryHistory We Are Also On Steemit: https://steemit.com/@mysteryhistory Hey guys, before we discuss this most recent controversial discovery that was made in the Sary-Arka, a region near the city of Karaganda, in Kazakhstan. I feel It is important to note that a possible cover up has ensued surrounding the finds that have been made, a tomb has been found within what is thought to be the oldest pyramid surviving on earth. the team of explorers who made the discovery led by Igor Kukushkin, said that they initially believed that it was likely built for an ancient king or clan leader. However, upon realising that a burial chamber was resting beneath this once enormous mausoleum, and that it was found unopened, it has remained undisturbed...

    published: 02 May 2017
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Sort Date - Dates (oldest to newest) in Excel | Excel in Hindi

Sort Date - Dates (oldest to newest) in Excel | Excel in Hindi

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Sort Date - Dates (oldest to newest) in Excel | Excel in Hindi https://www.excelsuperstar.org/2016/08/16/sort-date-dates-oldest-newest/ Select a column of dates or times in a range of cells, or make sure that the active cell is in a table column containing dates or times. Select a column of dates or times in a range of cells or table. On the Data tab, in the Sort & Filter group, do one of the following: To sort from an earlier to a later date or time, click A to Z command in Excel that sorts A to Z or smallest number to largestSort Oldest to Newest. To sort from a later to an earlier date or time, click Z to A command in Excel that sorts Z to A or largest number to smallestSort Newest to Oldest. To reapply a sort after you change the data, click a cell in the range or table, and then on the Data tab, in the Sort & Filter group, click Reapply. To watch more videos visit: https://www.excelsuperstar.org/ To Buy a Excel Course Pen drive visit: https://www.excelsuperstar.org/excel-training-hindi-english-mix/ Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Excelsuperstar/ Subscribe to the Channel: https://www.youtube.com/c/Excelsuperstar
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GAppsTip: Sort email by oldest first

GAppsTip: Sort email by oldest first

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When working in an email list it is often useful to start at the oldest email first. You can do this by clicking on the email count and selecting ‘Oldest’.
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How to sort youtube uploads from OLDEST to NEWEST

How to sort youtube uploads from OLDEST to NEWEST

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Youtube doesn't allow you to watch a user's videos from oldest to newest in a playlist (unless you create your own by adding each video individually), but by sorting uploads by Upload date (oldest first), clicking on the first video (the oldest one), and adding: &list=UL&sort=da to the end of the address!!
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Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge : How to Sort Email by oldest (Android Marshmallow)

Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge : How to Sort Email by oldest (Android Marshmallow)

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This video show How to Sort Email by oldest in Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge. In this tutorial I use Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge SM-G935FD International version with Android 6.0.1 (Marshmallow).
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DANTDM'S OLDEST VIDEO (PUBLIC) Minecraft: Pokemobs Adventure Mod #1 'The Journey Begins..'

DANTDM'S OLDEST VIDEO (PUBLIC) Minecraft: Pokemobs Adventure Mod #1 'The Journey Begins..'

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I have nothing else to upload
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How to sort most popular/oldest/newest video on mobile.

How to sort most popular/oldest/newest video on mobile.

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Boogie2988's channel (check him out! His videos are hilarious!):https://m.youtube.com/user/boogie2988 Mrbeast's channel (check him out too! He is awesome as well!):https://m.youtube.com/user/MrBeast6000 I don't do descriptions.
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...The Oldest Known Melody c.1400 BC!

...The Oldest Known Melody c.1400 BC!

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This unique video, features my first of 2 arrangements for solo lyre, of the 3400 year old "Hurrian Hymn no.6", which was discovered in Ugarit in Syria in the early 1950s, and was preserved for 3400 years on a clay tablet, written in the Cuniform text of the ancient Hurrian language - The Hurrian Hymn (catalogued as Text H6) was discovered in Ugarit, Syria, in the early 1950s, and was preserved for 3400 years on a clay tablet, written in the Cuniform text of the ancient Hurrian language - except from a few earlier Sumarian fragmentary instructional musical texts from c.1950 BCE (Musical Instructions for Lipit-Ishtar, King of Justice) the Hurrian Hymn it is the oldest written song yet known, in History! Although about 29 musical texts were discovered at Ugarit, only this text, (text H6), was in a sufficient state of preservation to allow for modern academic musical reconstruction. In short, the Cuneiform text clearly indicated specific names for lyre strings, and their respective musical intervals -- a sort of "Guitar tablature", for lyre! Although discovered in modern day Syria, the Hurrians were not Syrian -- they came from modern day Anatolia. The Hurrian Hymn actually dates to the very end of the Hurrian civilisation (c.1400BCE) . The Hurrian civilization dates back to at least 3000 BCE. It is an incredible thought, that just maybe, the musical texts found at Ugarit, preserved precious sacred Hurrian music which may have already been thousands of years old, prior to their inscription for posterity, on the clay tablets found at Ugarit! My arrangement here, is based on the that the original transcription of the melody, as interpreted by Prof. Richard Dumbrill. Here is a link to his book, "The Archeomusicology of the Near East": http://bit.ly/d3aovp It is played here, on a modern evocation of the ancient Kinnor Lyre from neighbouring Israel; an instrument almost tonally identical to the wooden asymmetric-shaped lyres played throughout the Middle East at this amazingly distant time...when the Pharaoh's still ruled ancient Egypt. A photograph of the actual clay tablet on which the Hurrian Hymn was inscribed, can be seen here: http://www.phoenicia.org/music.html The melody is one of several academic interpretations, derived from the ambiguous Cuneiform text of the Hurrian language in which it was written. Although many of the meanings of the Hurrian language are now lost in the mists of time, it can be established that the fragmentary Hurrian Hymn which has been found on these precious clay tablets are dedicated to Nikkal; the wife of the moon god. There are several such interpretations of this melody, but to me, the fabulous interpretation just somehow sounds the most "authentic". Below is a link to the sheet music, as arranged by Clint Goss: http://www.flutekey.com/pdf/HurrianTabLtd.pdf In my arrangement of the Hurrian Hymn, I have attempted to illustrate an interesting diversity of ancient lyre playing techniques, ranging from the use of "block and strum" improvisation at the end, glissando's, trills & tremolos, and alternating between harp-like tones in the left hand produced by finger-plucked strings, and guitar-like tones in the right hand, produced by use of the plectrum. I have arranged the melody in the style of a "Theme and Variations" - I first quote the unadorned melody in the first section, followed by the different lyre techniques described above in the repeat, & also featuring improvisatory passages at the end of the performance. My arrangement of the melody is much slower than this actual specific academic interpretation of the melody- I wanted the improvisations in the variations on the theme to stand out, and to better illustrate the use of lyre techniques by a more rubato approach to the melody. The purpose of the accompanying slide show was to give a sense of historical perspective to the age of the Hurrian Hymn, by painting a brief picture of the rest of the ancient world (for example, images of ancient Egypt etc) at about 1400 BC - at least a century or more before the birth of Tutankhamun, for instance! For full details about my albums of lyre music, and the fascinating ancient historical background, please visit my official website: http://www.ancientlyre.com
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"Oldest" and "Eldest" - What's the difference?

"Oldest" and "Eldest" - What's the difference?

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http://www.engvid.com Oldest or eldest? Learn how to use these two easily confused words. Stop waiting, and click the play button to watch this vocabulary lesson now! Don't forget to go to http://www.engvid.com/oldest-eldest/ to take the quiz.
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What Is The Oldest Living Thing?

What Is The Oldest Living Thing?

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From eldritch aspen colonies to immortal jellyfish, the world is lousy with long-lived organisms. But what’s the oldest? Learn more at HowStuffWorks.com Share on Facebook: https://goo.gl/IDNsbs Share on Twitter: https://goo.gl/QXC2XL Subscribe: http://goo.gl/ZYI7Gt Visit our site: http://www.brainstuffshow.com So, as far as aging goes, humans have it pretty good. I mean, we’re no giant tortoises, but we’re generally capable of living for decades – some of us for more than a century! Here at BrainStuff, this got us thinking: What is the world’s oldest living thing? It’s a tricky question, and the answer depends on how we define “living” and a “thing”. First, let’s tackle what we mean by “thing”. If we say a “thing” could also be a clonal colony, then the competition heats up quickly. There are numerous plant and fungal clone colonies that have been around for tens of thousands of years, and they’re still barreling along. There’s King Clone, the creosote bush in the Mojave – almost 12,000 years old. And we can’t forget Pando, the gigantic male quaking aspen clonal colony in Utah. He’s about 80,000 years old. Incidentally, he’s also the heaviest living thing, weighing in around 6 million kg. But what if we stick to single organisms? If so, then the tiny endoliths are strong contenders. These extremophile Methuselahs like to kick back and take it easy – for millions of years they’ve lived a mile and a half below the ocean floor, with metabolisms slower than molasses, only reproducing once every few centuries or millennia. I mean, that makes pandas look like rabbits. There’s a big – let’s call it a loophole – in the definition of living. Dormancy. What if something was frozen in time, trapped in stasis, and then revived like Captain America or the alien in the Thing? In 2011 Professor Brian Schubert published a paper on just that – he’d discovered bacteria in what he called “a kind of hibernation state” inside tiny bubbles of 34,000 year old salt crystals. So if we allow an organism to take a “time out” and spend thousands of years in stasis, there are loads of competitors for the title of “oldest living thing." There’s one other important thing: some organisms might be immortal. Now, don’t get jealous – we’re not talking some super sexy vampire-type immortality. Nope, we’re talking about jelly fish – specifically hydra and the Turritopsis dohrnii. The Turritopsis is only about 4.5 mm large, but capable of something that may be unique in the animal world – after reaching sexual maturity, it can revert to its polyp stage. It can reverse and reset its aging cycle, rendering it biologically immortal. And the hydra doesn’t seem to age at all. This means that, potentially, the oldest living organism could, one day, be a jellyfish. But for now, even, the oldest living, continually active things on earth appear to be the extremophile organisms collectively called endoliths. At least, that’s the current working theory. SOURCES: http://www.livescience.com/9277-34-000-year-organisms-buried-alive.html http://www.sciencemag.org/content/268/5213/1060 http://mbe.oxfordjournals.org/content/18/6/1143.full http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/sci/tech/978774.stm http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/11734907 http://www.nature.com/nature/journal/v407/n6806/abs/407897a0.html http://phys.org/news/2013-08-soil-beneath-ocean-harbor-bacteria.html https://ca.news.yahoo.com/34-000-old-organisms-found-buried-alive-20110113-082207-783.html
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TEENS REACT TO WINDOWS 95

TEENS REACT TO WINDOWS 95

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WINDOWS 95 Bonus video on the REACT channel: https://goo.gl/RrnHtP FOLLOW KARAN BRAR: https://twitter.com/thekaranbrar Watch all main React episodes (Kids/Elders/Adults/YouTubers): http://goo.gl/4iDVa Subscribe to FBE! New videos every week! http://goo.gl/aFu8C Subscribe to the React Channel too for MORE shows: http://goo.gl/47iJqh The TEENS sit down and react to this retro technology Windows 95. Follow Fine Brothers Entertainment: MAIN CHANNEL: http://www.youtube.com/FBE SECOND CHANNEL: http://www.youtube.com/FBE2 REACT CHANNEL: http://www.youtube.com/REACT FACEBOOK: http://www.facebook.com/FineBros TWITTER: http://www.twitter.com/fbe INSTAGRAM: http://www.instagram.com/FBE SNAPCHAT: finebros VINE: https://vine.co/TheFineBros TUMBLR: http://thefinebros.tumblr.com/ GOOGLE+: http://www.google.com/+thefinebros SEND US STUFF: Fine Brothers Entertainment P.O. BOX 4324 Valley Village, CA 91617-4324 ------------------------------------- This episode featured the following teenagers. Alicia, age 16 Moises, age 16 Rae, age 16 http://www.youtube.com/raekanoa Reina, age 16 Seth, age 17 Karan, age 17 Daniel, age 17 Geneva, age 18 Nora, age 18 Ethan, age 18 Morgan, age 19 ------------------------------------- Creators & Executive Producers - Benny Fine & Rafi Fine Associate Producers - Dallen Detamore, Kyle Segal Coordinator - Cynthia Garcia Post Production Supervisor - Nick Bergthold Jr. Post Supervisor - Adam Speas Editor - Dan Seibert Post Coordinator - David Valbuena Assistant Editor - Andrea Winslow, Kelsey Houser Researchers - Alaina Rook, Colleen Scriven Opening Title Card - Will Hyler Music - Cormac Bluestone http://www.youtube.com/cormacbluestone Additional music: http://www.incompetech.com ------------------------------------- Teens React #115 - TEENS REACT TO WINDOWS 95
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10 Oldest Living Creatures

10 Oldest Living Creatures

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From the elusive cave dwelling salamander, to the invincible koi fish, these are 10 of the OLDEST living creatures ! Koi -- Well known to inhabit decorative ponds, Koi are a domesticated and ornamental variety of the common carp. Certain varieties of koi are thought to live between 100-200 years. A famous red koi named “Hanako” reportedly lived to be 225 years old. Tortoise -- Tortoises are known for their longevity … but did you know the oldest tortoise lived to the ripe old age of 250 years old! Well, there is some controversy about that… But the story goes that Adwaita was captured in the Seychelles Islands in the 1700s, and was donated to the Alipore Zoo in India in 1875, and lived there -- outliving his keepers -- until 2006. Greenland Shark -- They’re also known as the Grey Shark or the Sleeper Shark … but they’re not as well known as the Great White although the Greenland rivals their size at over 20 feet long and weighing nearly 2500 pounds. One reason for the animal’s anonymity is their habitat. Native to North Atlantic waters, they prefer colder temperatures and tend to swim as deep as 2200 meters. And they’re thought to have long lifespans, possibly over 200 years. That number was arrived at when a shark was caught and tagged near Greenland in 1936. When it was recaptured in 1952, researchers found it had grown 6 cm longer. Following that formula, a mature 7-meter shark would be more than 200 years old. Ocean Quahog (qwa-hog) -- Much like the age of a tree can be deduced from its rings, these clams have dark concentric rings or banding on their shells that researchers interpret as annual marks. Judging from those rings, some specimens have been estimated at over 400 years old. In one notorious case from 2006, an ocean quahog clam nicknamed Ming was taken off the coast of Iceland. When its annual marks or growth rings were counted, the clam’s age was calculated at 405. When scientists opened the shell to study the animal’s insides, they effectively killed the clam. However, later analysis including carbon-14 dating proved the clam was actually 507 years old, making it the oldest individual animal whose age could be verified. It also earned Ming a Guinness Record for oldest mollusk. Ming, by the way, was named for the Chinese dynasty that was in power around the time it was born. Turritopsis Nutricula Jellyfish -- This animal might have actually found the fountain of youth. Endemic to the Caribbean Sea and the Mediterranean, it has the ability to cycle from mature adult stage to primordial birth stage, and back again … seemingly able to repeat the process endlessly. It’s the only species in the world capable of this sort of transformation. At this point researchers are unsure if the creature’s lifespan has any natural limit … maybe that’s why the creature is also known as the Immortal Jellyfish. Mata Mata Turtle -- In Spanish, the name “Mata Mata” translates to ‘kill kill’, and are found in the Amazon and Orinoco basins in South America. They’re identified by their unique neck which is actually longer than its vertebra. That long neck functions as a natural snorkel, allowing the animal to keep its nose above water while staying staying on the bottom of a stream. They can also stretch their neck and open their mouth wide to create a vacuum, enabling them to swallow fish whole, since their jaws aren’t able to chew food. As adults, they’re known to measure around around 18 inches and weigh up to 33 pounds, and are readily available in the exotic pet trade. If you want one, keep few things in mind: They have a steep price tag and they’re known to live between 40 to 75 years … if you really pamper them, they might make it past 100!. Sea Sponge -- In 2016, a massive sea sponge was found off the Hawaiian coast that measured 3.5 meters long, 1.5 meters wide and 2 meters high, residing over 2000 meters below the surface. That size gives it claim to be the world’s largest sponge … and possibly the oldest living animal in the world! You can see the creature in these pictures from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA). The images were captured by two remote operated vehicles. The research team that made the discovery hasn’t been able to determine an exact age for the sponge. However, researcher David Wagner said he’s encountered other huge coral species at these depths that can live to be a few thousand years old … with the oldest being 4500 years old! Subscribe to Epic Wildlife http://goo.gl/6rzs5u Let's Connect -- http://www.epicadamwildlife.com/ -- http://www.facebook.com/epicadamwildlife -- http://www.twitter.com/epicwildlife -- http://gplus.to/epicwildlife
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The Oldest Song in the World

The Oldest Song in the World

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Read more about the Assyrians at: http://www.assyriatimes.com For fifteen years Prof. Anne Draffkorn Kilmer puzzled over clay tablets relating to music including some excavated in Syria by French archaeologists in the early '50s. The tablets from the Syrian city of ancient Ugarit (modern Ras Shamra) were about 3400 years old, had markings called cuneiform signs in the hurrian language (with borrowed akkadian terms) that provided a form of musical notation. One of the texts formed a complete cult hymn and is the oldest preserved song with notation in the world. Finally in 1972, Kilmer, who is professor of Assyriology, University of California, and a curator at the Lowie Museum of Anthropology at Berkeley, developed an interpretation of the song based on her study of the notation. (Fig. 1). The top parts were the words and the bottom half instructions for playing the music. Kilmer, working with colleagues Richard L. Crocker and Robert R. Brown produced a record and booklet about the song called Sounds From Silence. The song, it turns out, is in the equivalent of the diatonic "major" ("do, re, mi") scale. In addition, as Kilmer points out: "We are able to match the number of syllables in the text of the song with the number of notes indicated by the musical notations". This approach produces harmonies rather than a melody of single notes. The chances the number of syllables would match the notation numbers without intention are astronomical. This evidence both the 7-note diatonic scale as well as harmony existed 3,400 years ago flies in the face of most musicologists' views that ancient harmony was virtually non-existent (or even impossible) and the scale only about as old as the Ancient Greeks, 2000 years ago. Said Crocker: "This has revolutionized the whole concept of the origin of western music." Find Confirms Theory My own interest comes from a book I wrote, The Origin of Music. which put forward the view that there is a natural foundation to the diatonic scale, that it has existed likely even from antiquity. In addition, the book espoused evidence showing that harmony, as well, existed in antiquity. Music of various cultures, taken over a long evolutionary period, show patterns emerge (despite other differences) such as the universal use of octaves, 4th and 5ths, and the similarities underpinning the various musical scales between cultures. These facts led to the theory. Thus, the oldest song known from a cuneiform document has provided major confirmation to this viewpoint. In turn, the theory may even now help to interpret the findings. Kilmer wrote: "I certainly do like and am profiting from The Origin of Music". Why Do Scales, Keys and Harmony Exist? At the earliest times in musical development, a sense for "melody" would not have occurred overnight. Prior to it, music often was the playing of single notes, assigned to various rituals, such as one gong for moon, another for sun, another for death, birth, etc., and played without much or any regard to their succession as musical melody of any sort. Scales might even be virtually non-existent as was harmony. What is harmony for? After all, a single tone is more "pure" than any combinations of tones or chords, which are cluttered with overtones that are usually dissonant with each other. Why did humanity bother to add, to the relatively clean single tone, "harmony" notes (and therefore, greater dissonance)? The answer is that harmony's function has evolved mostly to make the notes of melodies "connect" or to make their connection to each other melodically more apparent to the ear by making their common inner overtones audibly explicit in chords. It follows that harmony had no reason to exist among any people who are lacking scales. Scales are, historically, "congealed" or "generic" melody in the abstract. Once scales developed (especially a favoured two, major and minor), then we are looking at a people for whom connections between notes is very important. The agenda is whether melody is important enough for them to overlook the dissonant elements in chords (compared to their purer, more consonant single tones), so as to allow them to use chords in the enhancement of their melodies. Only after the full scale and melody develop first can harmony even begin to appear on this historical agenda. The oldest song dates this agenda far earlier in time and gives to the diatonic scale a near-universal status not formerly ascribed to it. "Tonality", which is defined as a "loyalty to a keynote", is also exhibited in the oldest song by repeating phrases found at the end of sentences, usually on the same note as the keynote of the tune.
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The Oldest Written Melody in History (Recorded on the World's Oldest Webcam!)

The Oldest Written Melody in History (Recorded on the World's Oldest Webcam!)

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Hurrian Hymn Text H6 (circa 1400 BCE): the world's earliest early music so far discovered (recorded on quite possibly the world's earliest webcam!). The 3400 year old Hurrian Hymn was discovered in Ugarit, ancient northern Canaan (now modern Syria) in the early 1950s, and was preserved for 3400 years on a clay tablet, written in the Cuneiform text of the ancient Hurrian language - although even earlier Sumarian fragmentary purely instructional musical text from c.1950 BCE (Musical Instructions for Lipit-Ishtar, King of Justice) has been discovered, (which includes nothing more than tuning intervals and a quote of the mode in which the piece was to be played) the Hurrian Hymn it is the oldest actual written melody yet discovered, in History: http://ancientlyre.com/the_oldest_written_melody_in_history/ Although about 29 musical texts were discovered at Ugarit, only this text, (text H6), was in a sufficient state of preservation to allow for modern academic musical reconstruction. In short, the Cuneiform text clearly indicated specific names for lyre strings, and their respective musical intervals -- a sort of "Guitar tablature", for lyre! Although discovered in modern day Syria, the Hurrians were not Syrian -- they came from modern day Anatolia. The Hurrian Hymn actually dates to the very end of the Hurrian civilisation (c.1400BCE) . The Hurrian civilization dates back to at least 3000 BCE. It is an incredible thought, that just maybe, the musical texts found at Ugarit, preserved precious sacred Hurrian music which may have already been thousands of years old, prior to their inscription for posterity, on the clay tablets found at Ugarit! My arrangement here, is based on the original transcription of the melody, as interpreted by Prof. Richard Dumbrill. Here is a link to his book, "The Archaeomusicology of the Ancient Near East": http://bit.ly/d3aovp A photograph of the actual clay tablet on which the Hurrian Hymn was inscribed, can be seen here: http://phoenicia.org/music.html The melody is one of several academic interpretations, from the ambiguous Cuneiform text of the Hurrian language in which it was written. Although many of the meanings of the Hurrian language are now lost in the mists of time, it can be established that the fragmentary Hurrian Hymn which has been found on these precious clay tablets are dedicated to Nikkal; the wife of the moon god. There are several such interpretations of this melody, but to me, the fabulous interpretation just somehow sounds the most "authentic". Below is a link to the sheet music, as interpreted by Clint Goss: http://www.flutekey.com/pdf/HurrianTabLtd.pdf In my arrangement of the Hurrian Hymn, I have attempted to illustrate an interesting diversity of ancient lyre playing techniques, ranging from the use of "block and strum" improvisation at the end, glissando's, trills & tremolos, and alternating between harp-like tones in the left hand produced by finger-plucked strings, and guitar-like tones in the right hand, produced by use of the plectrum. I have arranged the melody in the style of a "Theme and Variations" - I first quote the unadorned melody in the first section, followed by the different lyre techniques described above in the repeat, & also featuring improvisatory passages at the end of the performance. I am also playing the lyre horizontally - a much more authentic playing position, as depicted in ancient illustrations of Middle Eastern Lyre players: http://www.hebrewhistory.info/factpapers/fp008_music.htm This also seems a much more stable playing position to me, and I find it much easier to improvise with string-blocking etc when the lyre is held in this manner. My arrangement of the melody is much slower than the actual academic interpretation - I wanted the improvisations in the variations on the theme to stand out, and to better illustrate the use of lyre techniques by a more rubato approach to the melody. For full details, and all the historical research behind my myriad of "Musical Adventures in Time Travel", please visit my official website: http://www.ancientlyre.com Many thanks for watching!
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Found The Oldest Bible In The World. "Jesus Never Existed" ?

Found The Oldest Bible In The World. "Jesus Never Existed" ?

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https://goo.gl/OkG241 Trembles the Church. In these years of disbelief and widespread atheism, just from Jerusalem reaches a certainly not comforting news: according to the team of scholars of Professor Walter White he was found the oldest Bible in the world, the first copy of the sacred text that would speak plainly Jesus never existed. "We carried out the examination of the sea coal on the text. It is a specific examination to ascertain the antiquity of the material and the marks who obtained during the passing of the years. Obviously, we are sure the first Bible ever written it, that in fact, appeared to result from the mouth of the Lord to the prophets. Well, in this book, just the missing part of the New Testament as we know it today. There is talk, however, of a prophet named Alvaro, still unknown his last name, or as to the time it was said, in my opinion. Such Alvaro, was the initiator of Christianity, came to us with this name because of the fabric "crystal clear", always clean and as perfect, worn by the Prophet. We are facing the biggest mistake in history. It seems incredible, but everything is already verified. Now we are analyzing the pages to come, but according to the text, the prophet Alvaro would be taken up to heaven without being dead, a bit 'as it seems to have happened to Mary, the mother of Christ. Rather than a real person, we are dealing with a spiritual presence, divine, a sort of ghost, sent from above to change the world. In fact, according to what the Bible says this, the perpetrators would be brought to write not a real person, but a presence, as if to say, virtual, immaterial. Let us consider, then, our certainties could be soon swept away. " A sensational discovery that will do much talking in the next few days and maybe in the next few centuries. And at this point what will change in the ecclesiastical world? we'll see
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Gmail's oldest to newest messages - where did it go? #DailyTaskWizTips

Gmail's oldest to newest messages - where did it go? #DailyTaskWizTips

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Today's Daily Task Wiz Tip - Buried treasure! Gmail's oldest to newest messages - where did it go? Also a great way to find your first Gmail message. Follow #DailyTaskWizTips hashtag on Twitter B.J. Woods Task Wiz on Google+ https://plus.google.com/u/0/b/117283720355492359471/ Bobbi Jo Woods on Google+ http://www.google.com/+BobbiJoWoods
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Batman: The Oldest Enemy Fan Film

Batman: The Oldest Enemy Fan Film

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Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/batman.tholen This video contains only test footage intended for a short movie called "The Oldest Enemy" based upon Batman created by Bob Kane & Bill Finger. "The Oldest Enemy" is a non-profit artistic endeavor. It is not intended for sales of any sort. We do not own the rights possessed by DC Comics, Warner Bros, The Stone Roses, Clint Mansell or any of their respective affiliates or licensees. No copyright infringement intended. For test purpose only. Batman: The Oldest Enemy is a french Fan-Fiction. -TRAILER OF THE WEEK- AWARDEO Congratulations to Batman: Le Plus Vieil Ennemi by Max Scherbie for winning this week. Amazing work! Thank you everybody for voting! Watch the full trailer here: https://goo.gl/q9QIgE
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BIGGEST Animal EVER Recorded in the Ocean Depths?

BIGGEST Animal EVER Recorded in the Ocean Depths?

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The Bloop Sound: Caused by the biggest animal or creature ever? An enormous underwater creature, many times larger than the blue whale, caused a sound so loud it was heard by scientists 3000 miles apart. Was it a blue whale, a kraken, megalodon, colossal squid or maybe even Cthulhu awakening from his slumber? In 1997, an array of hydrophones, special underwater microphones used by scientists to study happenings under the ocean, detected an extremely loud and low frequency sound that was able to be heard more than 3000 miles away from its source. It was calculated to have occurred a ways west off the coast of the South American tip. The sound, due to what it sounds like when sped up 16 times was dubbed "The Bloop" and sounds like this. Ill play the real sound for you, which is much creepier, at the end of this video. Due to the frequency signature of the sound, marine biologists believe the sound was not man made from something like a bomb or due to any sort of underwater volcanic or seismic activity. It seemed to moreso match that of some sort of underwater mammal - like the blue whale. The problem is the loudest sound detected by a blue whale could only reach a little under 1000 miles...thus whatever it is that caused this sound had to be several orders of magnitude larger than the largest known living organism. Take this size comparison chart. A school bus is about this size. A blue whale is about this size. Whatever produced this sound, assuming it was animal in nature had to be about this size....which is HUUUUGE. Just what made this sound? Was it really a giant underwater sea creature that we have yet to discover...or perhaps something even more mysterious and foreign? Could there of ever even been anything that lived before that made this sound? Let’s ask Adam over at Epic Wildlife. Could it have been a megalodon? Or a colossal squid? Unlikely – as they are both much smaller than a blue whale. And yet, no prehistoric animal ever discovered has been bigger than a blue whale. It’s scarey to think how much of our ocean depths are still completely unexplored. The problem with a blue whale being the culprit is that the loudest sound ever recorded by a blue whale could only just reach the range of 1000 miles. Thus, whatever it is that caused this sound had to be several orders of magnitude larger than the largest known organism, the blue whale. Take this size comparison chart. A school bus is about this size. A blue whale is about this size. Whatever produced this sound, assuming it was animal in nature, had to eb about this size, probably a little less than the size of the Eiffel tower. Just what made this sound? Was it really a giant underwater creature that we have yet to discover or perhaps something even more mysterious and foreign? It is said we know much less about what lurks in the depths of our ocean than we do about outer space. Here is an excerpt of what the actual Bloop sound sounded like without being sped up. Ill warn you...it might spook you a bit. Use of the "The Leviathan" picture permitted by Jeff Chang. Check out the rest of his work at http://jeffchangart.deviantart.com.
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How to read comments oldest to newest.

How to read comments oldest to newest.

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https://hadzy.com/analytics/youtube/ Read youtube commenst oldest to newest. Sort by likes and date. Search for any keyword within all comments.
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SWEDEN'S OLDEST BUILDING? - 10 Swedish Words #247

SWEDEN'S OLDEST BUILDING? - 10 Swedish Words #247

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I have managed to find the oldest wooden building in Sweden, sort of. This was filmed in snowy Älvdalen in the state of Dalarna this past weekend. AD: Click here for Swedish course: https://curious.com/theswedishlad/series/lets-learn-swedish?ref=ffTG-ii6wLY to sign up and watch the first lesson for free. Then pick a monthly subscription or a yearly and get A LOT of other courses from Curious at the same time. Swedish Blog: http://martinarvebro.se/ Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/theswedishlad Facebook: ‪http://www.facebook.com/MartinNotSven Swedish channel: ‪‪https://www.youtube.com/c/martinarvebro Instagram: TheSwedishLad Instagram: TheSwedishLanguage Intro graphics by Oliver Holmgren & Erica Svejderud 10 Swedish Words: http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL045C994ACEB09236 Cheers -Martin in Sweden
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Watch YouTube Videos in Chronological Order from a Channel (oldest to newest, YouTube Jukebox)

Watch YouTube Videos in Chronological Order from a Channel (oldest to newest, YouTube Jukebox)

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Playing all YouTube videos uploaded by one user is a common request and I wish it was more obvious. But fortunately there's a simple trick which will get you an auto-generated playing of all the videos from one channel. On ANY video watch page, click in the address bar and modify the url After the view key (watch?v= followed by a random string of numbers and letters) type &list=UL Press enter and you now have a playlist of all the videos from that channnel Unfortunately you can't seem to actually view the playlist and sometimes the numbers don't accurately represent where in the playlist you actually are. But it always plays them in the correct order, oldest to newest
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S.D. Variations sort by newest to oldest

S.D. Variations sort by newest to oldest

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This video is to show you how to use the function sort by: newest to oldest
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my oldest and (sort of)crappie pics

my oldest and (sort of)crappie pics

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my oldest pics
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Larry Wall: 5 Programming Languages Everyone Should Know

Larry Wall: 5 Programming Languages Everyone Should Know

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Don't miss new Big Think videos! Subscribe by clicking here: http://goo.gl/CPTsV5 Java is "heavyweight, verbose, and everyone loves to hate it," but Wall still thinks you should know it. Question: What are the five programming languages everyone, even non-programmers, should know about and why? Larry Wall:  Oh, boy, that's a really tough question.  It's kind of like asking what are the five countries you should know about if you're not interested in geology, or geography, or politics, and the answer varies depending on what your actual interests are, or what are the five companies you should know.  And the answer changes over time, too.  Back when I was getting started, lo these many decades ago, the answers would've been Fortran, Cobalt, Basic, Lisp, and maybe APL, and those were very formative languages back then and people learned a lot from those, but these days, it might be more important for you to know JavaScript, even if the only reason you know that is that you know whether or not to click the "enable JavaScript" button in your browser.  But JavaScript is a nice, lightweight, object-oriented language and that's why it can fit in a browser and do these things such as run little programs that help you input your data and then send it off to a web server somewhere. There are heavier-weight object-oriented languages and the elephant in the room is sort of Java, you can't really make a list of modern languages without talking about it.  Java is sort of the Cobalt of the 21st century, I think. It's kind of heavyweight, verbose, and everyone loves to hate it, though not everyone will admit that.  But managers kind of like it because it looks like you're getting a lot done, you know, if 100 lines of Java code accomplish a task, then it looks like you've written 100 lines, even though in a different language, it might only take 5 lines.  You know, it's like, you know, you can eat a 1-pound steak or you can eat, you know, 100 pounds of shoe leather and you feel a greater sense of accomplishment after the shoe leather, but, you know, maybe they're some downsides. But it also, because it is sort of considered an industrial language and programmers are sort of interchangeable parts, managers like it for that reason, and for that reason, a lot of Java jobs have been outsourced from the United States. Oh, what other languages?  I think going in a different direction, coming more from academia, we have a language like Haskell, which we call a functional programming language. That means function in a mathematical sense, not in the sense the other languages are dysfunctional.  But a function mathematically has an input and an output and it maps to, you know, with a great deal of mathematical certainty what those are.  Haskell is one of those languages that mathematician-type-minded people love; it's sort of a language for geniuses, by geniuses.  So you should probably know about it, if only to be able to say, "Well, is this kind of like Haskell?"  And if so, then you know you have to hire some really smart people to program in it.  Haskell is sort of a modern kind of Lisp in that sense. What else?  Well, we can't leave off modern languages without talking about C.  The C language, that's just spelled with the letter C, is actually about 40 years old, but people have tried to replace C with other languages that are like it and have by and large not succeeded because C is a very minimalistic language and very close to the metal, as we say, on a machine, and lets you get down and do very fine grain stuff, very efficiently, but it's a lot of hard work.  But once you've done that work, you can run it pretty much everywhere.  So almost all the other languages that you see, Java, Perl, whatever, actually if you look down underneath, they're actually implemented in C, or in a closely related language.  So that continues to be a very fundamental language, if only because everyone is trying to reinvent it and not succeeding in doing so. And finally, for a fifth language, well, you'd probably want to pick one of the scripting languages.  There's several to choose from, there's Python, there's Ruby, but of course, I am prejudiced in favor of Perl, because I think it has the liveliest community and because we have intentionally been redesigning it lately to leapfrog all the other languages. For the last number of years, we've been redesigning it to out all the warts that we've noticed over time.  And we figured it was just our one chance to break backward compatibility, break the things that need breaking, keep all the things that make Perl, Perl, keep it a joy to use, and with this redesign, make it a language that will be able to be useful and enjoyable for decades.  And so I'd recommend Perl, but I'm known to be prejudiced in the matter.
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Oldest Pyramid On Earth Contains Alien Tomb?

Oldest Pyramid On Earth Contains Alien Tomb?

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Support Us On Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/MysteryHistory We Are Also On Steemit: https://steemit.com/@mysteryhistory Hey guys, before we discuss this most recent controversial discovery that was made in the Sary-Arka, a region near the city of Karaganda, in Kazakhstan. I feel It is important to note that a possible cover up has ensued surrounding the finds that have been made, a tomb has been found within what is thought to be the oldest pyramid surviving on earth. the team of explorers who made the discovery led by Igor Kukushkin, said that they initially believed that it was likely built for an ancient king or clan leader. However, upon realising that a burial chamber was resting beneath this once enormous mausoleum, and that it was found unopened, it has remained undisturbed for undoubtedly many millennia. Soon after the discovery, local authorities along with rumours of the involvement of other international organisations cordoned off the entire excavation. Subsequently silencing the archaeologists for nearly a year regarding their remarkable finds, also preventing any further exploration of the ruins being reported. Just how long would it take for a once grand pyramid to virtually erode away? And what sort of things were found within this tomb that would require a year long coverup? information relating to the discovery of the pyramid and the subsequent burial chamber was initially filtered to the press. Yet No further information regarding this amazing excavation was made public. After over a year of silence, the team have now claimed that the chamber had somehow been robbed some years earlier, conveniently leaving the oldest known pyramidal tomb on earth empty for all the world to see. Additionally, a large debunking effort has ensued regarding the initial, and largely honest conclusions made by many scholars regarding the pyramids possible age. Many initially concluded that the pyramid actually predated its more well known neighbours, located more than 6000 kilometres away in Giza, by more than 1000 years. Not too long ago, when Osiris’s tomb was rumoured to have been discovered within Giza, who was said to have been an alien god, a familiar sequence of events were subsequently witnessed shortly after this discovery also. Could there really be a conspiracy currently being undertaken, by unknown powers, to conceal the existence of ancient astronauts and possible past alien gods? With so many ancient burial chambers linked to incredibly important and lost segments of our vast ancient past, It is difficult to deny the possibility of such a conspiracy actually being played out in front of our very eyes. What do you think regarding the suppression of such finds? Are the accusations of a conspiracy sheer paranoia? Are these operations Just protecting the discoveries from possible corruption? Or could there really be aliens buried within the tombs of pyramids that dot the earth? or possibly even further afield? Thanks for watching guys, and until next time, take care.
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