What It Was Like During The Golden Age Of Flying
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What It Was Like During The Golden Age Of Flying

[MUSIC PLAYING] The 1950s and ’60s are often regarded as the golden age of airlines, offering luxurious seating, fancy meals, and beaming flight attendants. But while it was certainly roomier than today’s modern sardine can technique of travel, there was also a fair share of less desirable details unseen in the black and white evidence […]

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The Flying Spaghetti Monster at Dragon Con 2014!
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The Flying Spaghetti Monster at Dragon Con 2014!

I’m the Flying Spaghetti Monster and I’m here at Dragon Con 2014 to spread the word about Pastafarianism, and touch people with my Noodly appendages. Pasta be with you! rAmen! Part of what being the Flying Spaghetti Monster is about is to say: Listen, let’s not take all this stuff too terribly seriously and instead […]

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Hughie the helicopter
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Hughie the helicopter

WOMAN: At Wilton Public School, Michael, a graduate teacher, demonstrates his knowledge of the concepts, substance and structure of the science curriculum. He consolidates students’ conceptual development through planning and conducting hands-on investigations, encouraging them to use appropriate scientific terminology and emphasising the skills of inquiry. So we’ve got a cell or a battery and […]

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Fly in a vintage WWII-era aircraft
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Fly in a vintage WWII-era aircraft

Today we’re flying a 1940 Navy SNJ aircraft was actually flown by the Navy in World War Two. It’s a 72 year-old airplane and we’re out over the city of Reading. In 1940, maybe, there were about 15 and a half thousand SNJ made. This is an early model. It’s an SNJ-2. There were only […]

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