Kings of Cannabis (Full Length Documentary)
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Kings of Cannabis (Full Length Documentary)

[MUSIC PLAYING] KRISHNA ANDAVOLU: We’re on the side of a mountain. And there’s about thousands of marijuana plants around us. -This is like, two, three hectares– like 20, 30,000 plants. And then you know that you’re going to find a champion there if you look long enough. It’s a massive field, full of pot. KRISHNA ANDAVOLU: You might not know…

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Discover Creativity with Espial 🎨
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Discover Creativity with Espial 🎨

♪♪ Espial is Green River College’s award-winning literary art journal. There are two ways you can get involved. Gain an opportunity to have your work published in the next Espial journal. Submit your original poetry, short stories, or works of art. Submissions from students, staff, faculty, and alumni are all welcome! Also, if you’d like to work behind the scenes,…

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Primitive Dye for Painting Cultural Art
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Primitive Dye for Painting Cultural Art

All of the great technologies of the modern world began from simple elements of the natural world Cochineal is a parasitic scale insect that lives on Opuntia cactuses of warm climates in the Americas About twenty percent of the body of the cochineal insect is carminic acid which is used to make a red dye This dye was very important…

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The Nightmare World of Gang Stalking
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The Nightmare World of Gang Stalking

This has many names. Gang stalking, mob stalking, community stalking. You’re in the middle of this ridiculous, irrational impossibility that is real and is happening. First, the Guardian revealed the National Security Agency is collecting telephone records of millions of Verizon customers. To surveil someone through their phones. Certainly through their television sets. The last year and a half, he’s…

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Summit on Creativity & Aging in America Report Webinar
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Summit on Creativity & Aging in America Report Webinar

Beth Bienvenu: Hello and welcome. Thank you for joining us. My name is Beth Bienvenu, and I direct the Office of Accessibility at the National Endowment for the Arts. My office oversees the NEA’s efforts to make the arts more accessible for people with disabilities and people in healthcare and correctional settings, and also to create opportunities to promote healthy…

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