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    Re: Youtube curios

    A great documentary on Amazon I stumbled upon.

    2 hours but quite the watch, a lot of topics covered that just isn't reported over here in great detail.



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    Thames Television are slowly releasing some of it's archive onto YouTube, wish more would do this.

    https://www.youtube.com/channel/UChX...4ihSVg3SFiszDg

    Made in Britain | British Industry | British goods | 1970s Britain | Inside Business | 1978


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    Re: Youtube curios

    I guess this is as good a place as any, my quick search failed to turn up a dedicate YouTube thread.


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    Re: Youtube curios

    Quote Originally Posted by Corky34 View Post
    I guess this is as good a place as any, my quick search failed to turn up a dedicate YouTube thread.
    I started this one recently. I missed this thread when I did so, I think it's because this thread was started by someone on my ignore list.

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    Re: Youtube curios

    An interesting video covering the large numbers of people leaving California. I had no idea how massive the state is, almost 40 million


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    Re: Youtube curios

    Finally a replacement to plastic?

    I'm aware of some tree saps now being used for plastic, from my purchase of various TeaPigs tea over the last year, but this is the first time I've seen fungi based.
    We definitely need to stop our consumption of use once plastics.


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    Re: Youtube curios

    Great little documentary on the wildlife in Chernobyl
    Not sure if this one was broadcast on normal TV, I recognise the narrator so quite possibly.

    Wildlife Takeover: How Animals Reclaimed Chernobyl

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