Share Facebook Twitter Google + LinkedIn Pinterest Here are the most viewed videos of 2017. Enjoy.1. Farmers helping farmers (from Ohio to Kansas)2. Crop Duster Full Field Ride-Along2017 Cab Cam: Crop Duster Edition3. 2017 Wheat Harvest Cab Cam – John Deere S700 Series Combine4. Ohio State Fair Governor’s Cup 5. Matt Reese is headed to Kansas! 7. 50th Sale of Champions live2017 Ohio State Fair Sale of Champions 50th Anniversary2017 Ohio State Fair Junior Market Champions ReflectionOhio State Fair Market Beef Final DriveOhio State Fair Market Barrow Final Drive8. Some farmers just need a drink — A #Plant17 Parody Song9. 2017 Corn Harvest Cab Cam – Farm Science Review10. 2017 Soybean Harvest Cab Cam – A 1967 John Deere 55 EB
Want to feature some authentic indie beats on your next soundtrack? We’ve been working alongside some of the boldest artists in the business to create a new collection of free-spirited tracks. When it comes to music in film and video, we’re big believers in the power of indie. As a genre, it stands out from the crowd for being innovative and authentic. It’s a type of music that embodies a non-mainstream approach; a perfect match for trailblazing independent filmmakers looking to give their work a distinct, creative edge.For our latest collection, we joined forces with some seriously talented independent artists. As a result, The Independent Collection features a huge range of killer tracks that cover the whole spectrum — from raw and brooding to upbeat electro-pop goodness.For starters, check out Like Gold. Written by LA-based Wolves, the song’s vocals, synth textures and catchy pop groove will add a breezy confidence to any project.Or there’s Nature’s Way by Kensington Studios. Gentle vocals and a soothing acoustic guitar combine to make a nostalgic soundscape — ideal for scenes that need to convey subtle, contemplative emotions.And that’s just scratching the surface. So sit back, listen and just imagine how these songs can lend an authentically indie sound to your next creative project.
Following Saturday’s 21-10 victory, Ohio State coach Jim Tressel dodged questions and comments from reporters about his 8-1 mark against Michigan, the best win percentage of any Buckeye coach against the Wolverines.“I was looking for 1-0. That’s as far as I look,” he said.When asked if his sparkling record in the rivalry amazed him, he modestly said, “Yeah, I guess so.”Tressel has always cautiously erred on the side of humility, but OSU’s domination over Michigan in the past decade has completely shifted the landscape of the rivalry.Neutral field?The atmosphere Saturday at The Big House epitomized the notion that the programs have been headed in opposite directions the last few years.A sea of scarlet was scattered throughout the Michigan Stadium crowd of 110,922, and by the fourth quarter, easily audible chants of “O-H-I-O” circled the stands.The fans in blue and gold had drowned out the Buckeye cheers for three quarters, but as the Wolverines folded on the field, the Michigan fans appeared defeated, as well.For a program rich with excellence and proud tradition, Michigan’s restless fans are finding it difficult to adjust to a rebuilding project.RichRod on the hot seatAfter the loss to OSU, Michigan athletic director Bill Martin awarded coach Rich Rodriguez a vote of confidence, declaring that the second-year coach will return next season.Lloyd Carr received heat at the end of his tenure for struggling to beat OSU. But Rodriguez and the Wolverines need to focus on fending off the likes of Toledo, Purdue and Illinois before worrying about the Buckeyes.Michigan never expected to hit rock bottom with a 3-9 showing in 2008. But that should have given Ann Arbor a clear indication that the Wolverines were transitioning and in a rebuilding phase. Rodriguez was trying to fit Carr’s leftovers into his spread offense, and the results were deplorable. The Wolverines improved a bit this season, even though they relied heavily on freshmen and sophomores to run the spread attack.It goes without saying that another bowl-less season doesn’t live up to Michigan standards, and for that, Rodriguez deserves to be under fire. But he should get one more year to develop the players he recruited and see how his system fares when featuring the necessary components.Losing to a much more talented, in sync OSU squad shouldn’t be the final nail in Rodriguez’s coffin. But a proper burial must be planned in case Michigan falters for a third straight year in 2010.Bucks need DucksThe Civil War will determine Ohio State’s Rose Bowl opponent. Oregon State will travel to Eugene to face its in-state rival, Oregon, with the winner earning a ticket to Pasadena, Calif.The Ducks would give OSU a better punch (with or without running back LeGarrette Blount), and the Buckeyes need a defining victory in their bowl game. Beating Oregon could provide a stepping stone to next season.With victories over USC, California, Arizona and Utah, Oregon is more highly regarded than Oregon State. The Ducks have been ranked in the Top 15 for much of the season.The Beavers, on the other hand, wouldn’t offer as much of a marquee matchup. Although Oregon State kept it close in each game, the Beavers lost to Cincinnati, USC and Arizona in its three challenging contests. A win over a talented Oregon squad would seal a successful season for OSU and boost the Buckeyes’ big-game confidence heading into 2010.
Ohio State’s women’s volleyball starting lineup stands together prior to the game against No. 5 Minnesota on Oct. 18. Credit: Rebecca Farage | Lantern ReporterThe Ohio State women’s volleyball team fell to both Indiana and Purdue in back-to-back matches on the road this weekend. These losses put the Buckeyes at a 12-10 overall record and 3-7 within the Big Ten.The Buckeyes fell to Indiana on Friday night in three straight sets (25-15, 25-19, 25-22). The Hoosiers left the match with a 13-7 record and 4-5 in Big Ten play.Senior outside hitter Audra Appold notched 13 digs against Indiana as libero, her third appearance in that role. Ohio State had 48 digs while Indiana had 44 while the Hoosiers had seven blocks to the Buckeyes’ two. The Buckeyes fell in straight sets (25-17, 25-22, 25-13) to No. 17 Purdue on Sunday. The Boilermakers now stand at 17-4 overall and 6-4 in Big Ten play. Ohio State suffered 23 errors compared to Purdue with nine. Sophomore middle blocker Lauren Witte and junior outside hitter Bia Franklin led the offense with eight kills each. Franklin also had seven digs, two service aces and one assist.Ohio State will head back home to face Nebraska on Wednesday at 7 p.m. in St. John Arena.
The former Albion striker Tahvon Campbell has been signed to Forest Green Rovers after he was released by the Baggies.The 21-year-old forward returned to the League Two outfit having spent the second half of last season on loan at Rovers. He netted two goals from playing 14 appearances during his time in League Two and three of them were starts. BREAKING NEWS: Striker Tahvon Campbell joins Forest Green Rovers after putting pen to paper on a one-year deal.✍️| https://t.co/lVstoadh2F pic.twitter.com/8GH4Fyw2fI— Forest Green Rovers (@FGRFC_Official) June 1, 2018Campbell was also one of four Albion youngsters released by the club earlier this week, ending his 12-year association with the Baggies.“My time at WBA has come to an end,” he tweeted.“I would like to thank all the staff, past and present, who I’ve worked with during my time at the club.Chadli leaves West Brom for Monaco Henry Ikenna Ugwu – August 31, 2018 Nacer Chadli has joined AS Monaco after West Bromwich Albion was relegated to the second division of the English league.The fee paid for his…“Made great memories and friends during my 12 years. Onto new beginnings!”Speaking to Forest Green’s official media channel, he said: “It wasn’t a hard decision for me to rejoin.“Being here before it was quite easy knowing the whole background of the club and all the staff and the players.“I really enjoyed it, staying in the league was a great feeling. Hopefully next season we can push for bigger things.” My time @WBA has come to an end. I would like to thank all the staff past and present who I’ve worked with during my time at the club. Made great memories and friends during my 12 years. Onto new beginnings!Thank you for everything. #WBAFC pic.twitter.com/3ebUYwz0NA— Tahvon Campbell (@TahvonCampbell) May 31, 2018
The Italian striker missed two opportunities to score in the match against Portugal; he hasn’t scored for the Azzurri in eight gamesLazio and Italy national team forward Ciro Immobile is getting worried about his lack of scoring.The striker has not been able to score a goal for the Azzurri in eight consecutive matches.“It was a good team performance and the lack of goals is starting to weigh on me, but I am trying to look forward,” he told Sky Sports Italia as quoted by Football Italia.Serie A Betting: Match-day 3 Stuart Heath – September 14, 2019 Considering there is a number of perfect starts so early in the Serie A season, as well as a few surprisingly not-so perfect ones….“We have to take the criticism along with the praise. The team is playing good football and to be honest I was more worried when we struggled to create chances. If we keep going like this, next time will be better.”“The last few games have been played at a high quality and the scoring opportunities are being created, it’s now an issue of converting them into goals,” he added.“I know what I can do, I prove it with Lazio and I have to prove it with Italy too. I am fired up, next time will be better.”“The team is there, the performances are strong, we now need the results and to fine-tune some of these elements,” he concluded.
Providenciales, 19 Mar 2015 – Bahamas Junkanoo Carnival contingent from the Ministry of Tourism today arrived in Providenciales, Turks and Caicos. It is the second group into the TCI in under a week to promote the upcoming, inaugural Bahamas Carnival festival: In the Spirit of Junkanoo set for April 17-18 in Grand Bahama and May 7-9 in Nassau.The one day visit will include a press conference today at Blue Haven Resort & Marina and a showcase tonight at the Island Fish Fry at 8pm; where the notion of the Bahamas Junkanoo carnival will be pitched and yes, performed.It is believed, Bahamas Tourism Minister, Hon Obie Wilchcombe is leading the delegation. Related Items:bahamas, bahamas junkanoo festival, ministry of tourism, Obie Wilchcombe Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApp Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApp Hurricane Jose Not A Threat to The Bahamas, For Now Bahamian music legend gunned down at home in Turks and Caicos Bi-lateral talks with Bahamas to resume, UK gives green light to high-level TCI delegation Recommended for you
More information: www.thameswater.co.uk/ Explore further Citation: Britain unveils desalination plant for London reservoirs (2011, April 25) retrieved 18 August 2019 from https://phys.org/news/2011-04-britain-unveils-desalination-london-reservoirs.html Reverse osmosis water purification is a filtration process whereby brackish water is pressurized in a tank which pushes it through a thin membrane, allowing only the pure water to emerge out the other side. Because of the extra energy needed for pressurization, reverse osmosis generally costs up to twice as much as regular purification processes, which in turn causes taxpayers, especially in such a wet climate as Britain, to wonder about the wisdom of installing such a plant.But Thames Water, the company in charge of supplying drinking water to London, believes such a plant will be necessary in the future, citing the water restrictions put in place during the last extended drought in 2005/06, which was a catalyst for the construction of the plant. Critics have been quick to point out, however, that had the water company fixed its leaking pipes, some of the worst in the world, there would not have been a need for a new plant at all.Construction of the plant was finished in June of last year, but it wasn’t until just last month that the plant began actively pumping clean water into nearby reservoirs, albeit at only one sixth capacity. Simon Evans, spokesman for Thames Water, claims they are only doing so to test the system and train workers. The idea after all, is to fill the reservoirs if they fall low due to lack of rainfall, which coincidently or not, is exactly what Britain has been experiencing this spring.It’s likely the construction of the plant will cause other metropolitan areas to take notice as city planners the world over fall victim to criticism from thirsty city dwellers who suddenly find themselves at the mercy of varying weather patterns. Traditionally reverse osmosis plants have been built for areas with few other options, such as those in the Middle East; with this new plant in London, however, that could change. © 2010 PhysOrg.com (PhysOrg.com) — Britain has brought online a new desalination plant near London capable of providing the city with 150 million gallons (568 million litres) of water per day, should the need arise. At a cost of £270 ($445) million, and built over the past four years, the plant uses reverse osmosis to remove salt from the brackish water pumped in from the Thames Estuary, which it then pumps into local reservoirs, thus staving off the threat of drought. Controversy surrounds British water plant Aerial view of Farmoor Reservoir, Oxfordshire This document is subject to copyright. Apart from any fair dealing for the purpose of private study or research, no part may be reproduced without the written permission. The content is provided for information purposes only.