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On June 8, 1924, George Mallory and Andrew Irvine left their tent high up on the slopes of Mount Everest and climbed into history. They were seen at 12:50 pm just 800 feet from the summit and "going strong for the top". Within minutes, Mallory and Irvine had disappeared in a snowstorm and were never seen alive again. For full Everest and K2 documentaries, see my playlist here: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLEq-_K2Ii0oGkxhq49Wl_gKI8fwHg-JVR Discovery of bodies on Everest.
Complete walk-around of the Discovery Cube Museum. It has recently been renovated so there are many new things. If you want to see science in action and have a fun place for your kids, this is the place to be. It's so big that I had to spent the entire day to go over all of its exhibits. Enjoy!
Besides ancient history l also love adventure and exploration. No story exemplifies adventure and exploration more than the story of George Mallory and Andrew (Sandy) Irvine's attempt to become the first persons to reach the summit of the world's tallest mountain, Mt Everest, ninety years ago this summer. Here is my brief video of their story for those unfamiliar with it. Yea yea...rudimentary is misspelled. Music - Hydra by Huma Huma http://garethdthomas.homestead.com/malloryandirvine.html On 8th June 1924, British climbers George Mallory and Andrew Irvine left their high camp on Mount Everest in a bid to reach the summit. Neither returned. They were last seen alive at 12.50pm as they surmounted an obstacle on the Northeast Ridge, not far from the base of the final pyramid. They were ...
Many of you asked for a higher-quality version of this video...I finally got it done! Still not great, but the best I have available. Here it is - same video, just better resolution: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=S3auMLZZ2KU. Enjoy! ___________ Climber, Photographer, and Speaker Jake Norton discovers a "mystery" camp at 27,600 feet on Mount Everest's First Step in 2004.
Jake Norton & Dave Hahn search the Yellow Band high on Mount Everest in the spring of 2004 looking for signs of Andrew Irvine who disappeared with George Mallory on June 8, 1924, high on Everest. Visit http://www.mountainworldproductions.com for more information!
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For more Discovery News, visit http://news.discovery.com/videos/#mkcpgn=ytdsc1 | Zola the Gorilla has got some serious b-boy moves. But what's really going on here? Jorge Ribas talks to zookeeper Garth Irvine from the Calgary Zoo to find out. Watch the original clip here! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VNKyG4C2VlA
UC Irvine celebrated its 50th Anniversary with the Festival of Discovery Oct. 3, 2015, in Aldrich Park. Anteater 5k Family Fun Run, Pavilions of Discovery, My Virtual Dream, food trucks and lots more family-friendly activities. Celebrating UCI's bright past and brilliant future. More: http://bit.ly/UCIFestivalOfDiscovery Storify: http://bit.ly/UCIFoD_Storify UCI's 50th Anniversary: http://50th.uci.edu/ UCI: http://uci.edu/ Video by Steve Chang, UCI Communications.
++QUALITY AS INCOMING++ 1. Mid of expedition members arriving at the hotel in the Nepalese capital Katmandu 2. Mid of US climber Conrad Anker talking to journalists 3. Mid of Anker checking in at the hotel 4. SOUNDBITE (English) Conrad Anker, climber, Altitude Everest Expedition 2007: "Our goal was to create a film about climbing Mount Everest that includes the 1924 English expedition. We had replica equipment from when they climbed in 1924 and we realised that it would be very dangerous to climb Everest in 1924 clothing, so we went to the summit in 2007 clothing, modern clothing." 5. Mid of Anker before talking to journalists. 6. SOUNDBITE (English) Leo Houlding, climber, Altitude Everest Expedition 2007: "I believe that it was possible for them to have reached the top, I don't th...
Today on ChannelAlexis2K6, we go to the Discovery Cube Los Angeles Science Museum! This is a great museum for kids where there is a lot of hands-on exhibits that’s really fun and educational too!! For More of my Videos Check these out: Rosanna Pansino and the Nerdy Nummies Cookbook Signing: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9Uos1Ll3g7Y Meeting the Liv and Maddie Cast: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MAQ9O9gxS3A Making Popin Cookin Takoyaki Snacks: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=A1coL8iOwlU Surprise Package from Sabrina Carpenter: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ptGIuLoYlQA Going to Comikaze 2015: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vF8I_o-54O0 Let's Play Animal Crossing Happy Home Designer: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TkJFujGyN10 Girl Meets World “Girl Meets Rah Rah” Curtain Call...
English/Nat Seventy-five years after George Mallory and Andrew Irvine disappeared high on Mount Everest, leading mountaineers remained divided on Tuesday over whether the climbing duo had been the first to summit the world's highest peak. Mallory and Irving set out to conquer Everest in 1924. An expedition, that recovered the frozen corpse of Mallory on the mountain earlier this month, has given details of their discovery. At a press conference in Kathmandu on Tuesday, Eric Simonson, team leader and experienced climber from Ashford, Washington, said he did not think they made it to the summit since the route was too long and too hard. The American, British and German climbers who attempted to settle the debate once and for all are divided on whether George Mallory and Andrew Irv...