The Anthem If spot was filmed in 40 locations around Cape Town, South Africa and Inhambane, Mozambique, over two months (40 days of pre-production and two weeks filming).
The Live Curious campaign was developed by creative director Patrizio Marini, art director Claudia Ganapini, copywriter Federico Russo.
Filming was shot by director Bryan Little via Fly on the Wall, Cape Town, and Mercurio Cinematografica, Milan, with executive producer Luca Fanfani, producers Annalisa De Maria and Alessandro Cavriani, South Africa producer and still photographer Filipa Domingues, director of photography Grant Appleton, production designer Latisha Duarte. Post production was done at Green Movie, Milan, by editor Massimo Magnetti and sound engineer Roberto Grassi.
I (well my students are going to design it in August) also am working on a poster for the classroom, it is a powerful message, my students get it…. What is The Inspiration Room?A global effort designed to influence, affect and involve creative communities in the development of a world standard for inspiration, particularly in the fields of advertising, design and film.
A crime scene tool reveals that beached oil from the Gulf spill glows in ultraviolet light, which could be a boon to cleanup crews. A ghost crab eats oil from the Gulf of Mexico spill, shown glowing yellow-orange under ultraviolet light, at Gulf Islands National Seashore near Pensacola (map), Florida.Late last week coastal geologist Rip Kirby was on the seashore as part of an effort to detect oil by shining UV lightsa€”widely used to spot blood at crime scenesa€”on Gulf beaches.
At center, tar patties and tarballsa€”normally brown or blacka€”near Pensacola Beach, Florida, glow orange-yellow under an ultraviolet spotlight. Under UV light, tar from the Gulf of Mexico oil spill lights up orange-yellow on the beaches of Gulf Islands National Seashore (picture) while clean sand glows purple in a long-exposure picture.Before landing on the beach, the oil had become "weathered," made foamy and gooey by extended exposure to air and water.

In a trench dug by a University of South Florida Coastal Research Lab team, layers of oil-stained sand light up orange under ultraviolet light. Lighted by a normal flashlight, tar patties appear dark brown against the sands of Pensacola Beach, Florida. Footprints in the sand at Florida's Gulf Islands National Seashore appear clean under a normal flashlight. A patch of sand far from the water appears clean when lighted by a normal flashlight on a Pensacola, Florida-area beach.As part of his research, coastal geology graduate student Kirby hopes to figure out whether there are particular wavelengths of ultraviolet light that would work best to detect the spilled oil. A heavy-duty UV spotlight shows the same patch of sand to be contaminated with specks of oil, glowing yellow. Many yards from the Gulf of Mexico, dunes at the Gulf Islands National Seashore appear dotted with constellations of oil-contaminated, glowing sand under ultraviolet light.Describing similar dunes, Kirby said that "dried sand particles that were contaminated by oil were blowing into the dunes of the back beach. Fewer than 250 adult Bawean warty pigs are alive todaya€”meaning they're likely an endangered species, a new study says. Humpbacks and bowheads are benefiting from less ice in polar oceansa€”and for now, at least, more food.
The method, he hopes, will allow scientists and cleanup crews to tackle hard-to-spot oil, such as crude mixed with mud or light stains on sand, that's washed ashore from the sinking of the BP-leased Deepwater Horizon rig.Under UV light, clean sand appears purple or black. For example, low-wavelength ultraviolet lasers could scan entire beaches for oil, though workers would need protective eyewear.

The blue specks are likely naturally occurring seashell particles or minerals.Kirby and research team leader Ping Wang think the oil seen here was spread by wind.
If you consider how much sand can be moved in a short period of time by wind, this is a big deal."If clean-up workers on a beach are using a net to sift lumps of oil from sand, "clean sand goes through the oily net and gets coated with oil," he said. Each presentation is filmed in front of a live audience at National Geographic headquarters in Washington, D.C.
More than 30 people appear in the ad, with 25 different voice overs reflecting voices from all around the world. Visually nice, but the message, and copy has got to be done for a retard.Annoying, and the music sucks too. Some minerals, such as calcium carbonate in seashells, glow blue, as does a shovel handle in the picture above.Although hydrocarbons have long been known to fluoresce, or glow, under ultraviolet light, this may be the first time the technology has been used outside a lab to spot oil. Hydrocarbons can glow in a range of colors, from pink to orange, Kirby said.He speculated that the oil may glow orange because of iron content, but the answer will have to wait until after the oil is analyzed in a lab. But "I've always seen it in a [lab] machine," he said."The first time I took the UV flashlight out on the beach to see if it would work, it was beyond my wildest dreams," Kirby said.

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Magnetic pulse compression simulation

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