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Sunday, February 18, 2018

Chansons - Charles Aznavour 21 Videos

Chansons - Charles Aznavour
21 Videos

      Chansons - Aznavour    21 videos
1    La Bohème    3:39
2    Edith Piaf & Charles Aznavour - Plus bleu que tes yeux    4:01
3    Emmenez-moi Charles Aznavour    4:26
4    "Sa jeunesse" then from 2.09 minutes star "Hier Encore")    6:33
5    Charles Aznavour - Non, je n'ai rien oublié (with lyrics)    3:19
6    París - "La Bohème" (Charles Aznavour)    3:11
7    Et Pourtant - Charles Aznavour (Lyrics)    2:52
8    yesterday when I was young    3:34
9    Charles Aznavour - Et pourtant    2:39
10    Charles Aznavour - Et pourtant    2:40
11    Charles Aznavour - C'est Fini    2:42
12    Charles Aznavour - Ave Maria    2:12
13    Josh Groban and Charles Aznavour La Bohème    9:35
14    Charles Aznavour - Que c'est triste Venise    2:36
15    Charles Aznavour Hier encore paroles    3:24
16    Isabelle    3:14
17    Muppet Show - The Old Fashioned Way    2:59
18    Que c'est triste Venise - Lyrics (Francés y Español)    2:38
19    Aznavour 1962 Tu t'laisses aller    3:30
20    Que c'est triste Venise    2:38
21    C'est fini    2:46


Happy National Drink Wine Day!

National Drink Wine Day is celebrated annually on February 18 across the United States.

The purpose of National Drink Wine Day is to spread the love and health benefits of wine.

Wine has played an important role in history, religion and relationships.

We embrace the positive benefits of wine such as new friends, reduced risk of heart disease and the enhancement of food and life.

Check out media coverage of National Drink Wine Day.

Saturday, February 17, 2018

Cosmic Eye

Cosmic Eye
(Original HD Portrait Version 2011)

This movie was generated using the iOS App "Cosmic Eye", written by Danail Obreschkow at the International Centre for Radio Astronomy Research at the University of Western Australia. 

Cosmic Eye drew inspiration from a progression of increasingly accurate graphical representations of the scales of our Universe, including the classical essay "Cosmic View" (1957), the short movie "Cosmic Zoom" (1968), directed by Eva Szasz, and “Powers of Ten” (1977), directed by Charles and Ray Eames. 

Where possible, it displays real photographs obtained with modern objectives, telescopes, and microscopes. Other views are phenomenal renderings of state-of-the-art computer models. All scientists and sources have given permission and are fully credited in the app.