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Battle of the Worlds

1961 - Genre: Sci-Fi
Directed by: Antonio Margheriti
Writing credits: Ennio De Concini
A stray planet on a collision course with Earth instead takes orbit around our blue marble. What seems like a dead planet suddenly launches a fleet of flying saucers which attack our space fleets.
Complete credited cast:
Claude RainsBill CarterUmberto OrsiniMaya BrentJacqueline DervalRenzo PalmerCarlo D'AngeloCarol DanellJim DolenJoe PolliniJohn StacyAldo D'AmbrosioMassimo RighiGiuliano Gemma
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Beast of Yucca Flats

1961 - Genre: Horror / Sci-Fi
Directed by: Coleman Francis
Writing credits: Coleman Francis
A defecting Russian scientist is transformed by an atomic test into a hulking monster, Tor Johnson, of course. Not much else except some people are killed, boys get lost, and a rabbit sniffs Tor's corpse. (This film was used for Mystery Science Theater 3000.)
Complete credited cast:
Douglas MellorBarbara FrancisBing StaffordLarry AtenLinda BielemaRonald FrancisAlan FrancisAnthony CardozaBob LabansatJim OliphantJohn MorrisonEric TomlinJim MilesGeorge PrinceConrad Brooks
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Belarmino Kilkitripay. Músico Mapuche / Chile

En este video pueden apreciar a un excelente tocador de Trutruka (trutrukatufe). Belarmino además es constructor de este y otros

instrumentos Mapuche. Ojalá puedan disfrutar y saber apreciar estas imágenes.

Recopilación de: Mariel Labra y Rodrigo Núñez

Publicado por: grupokalfumalen el 29 septiembre 2011

Bell Tolling (Campanas por la gripe A)

Teresa Forcades, médico de la sanidad pública, reflexiona sobre la historia de la gripe A, entregando datos scientíficos y dando a conocer todas las irregularidades relacionadas con este asunto. Explica qué consecuencias trae el declarar una PANDEMIA, cuáles son sus consecuencias políticas, y propone mantener la calma. Solicita además la activación urgente de todos los mecanismos jurídicos y la participación de todos los ciudadanos en este tema.

Bells of San Angelo

1947Gridley estrae argento da una vecchia miniera messicana e lo porta illegalmente negli Sati Uniti attraverso un passaggio presente nella sua miniera. La guardia di confine Rogers, che ha dei sospetti su di lui, dopo aver scoperto il passaggio segreto della miniera chiama in suo aiuto Lee Madison, ma questa viene rapita da Gridley…Visita il sito: www.publicdomaintorrents.com

Beneath the 12-Mile Reef

1953 - Genre: Adventure Cast:
Robert WagnerTerry MooreGilbert RolandJ. Carrol Naish
Directed by: Robert D. Webb
Writing credits: A.I. Bezzerides
Mike and Tony Petrakis are a Greek father and son team who dive for sponges off the coast of Florida. After they are robbed by crooks, Arnold and the Rhys brothers, Mike decides to take his men to the dangerous 12-mile reef to dive for more sponges. Mike suffers a fatal accident when he falls from the reef leaving Tony to carry on the business. But now he has a companion, Gwyneth Rhys.
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Better and Cleaner Urban Transport for Europe

In Europe, a car clocks up 75% of its mileage in a urban environment. Theresult? An explosive cocktail of congestion and pollution.Time wasted in traffic jams could soon be costing the European Union 1% ofits gross domestic product.Urban traffic is responsible for 40% of CO2 emissions generated by roadtransport and 9 in every 10 Europeans are exposed to harmful particleemissions that are higher than the tolerated threshold.
Jacques Barrot, European Commission Vice-President in charge of transportYves Baesen, Lille Métropole, Studies and DevelopmentGerhard Amtmann, Grazer Stadtwerke, Technical Services Director Wilhelm Hammer, Biodiesel International, DirectorAnna Rickard, London Buses Ltd, Environment ManagerMalcom Murray-Clark, Director of Congestion Charging, Transport for LondonKen Livingstone, Mayor of London
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Better information for better eating habits

The rules that govern nutrition labelling have already been in force for over a decade. In general nutrition labelling is included on a voluntary basis so the inclusion on most products depends on the goodwill of the agri-and-food industry. When nutrition labelling can be found, it may be difficult to find since it can be in small or very small print. Moreover, the type of labelling varies from one product to the next and from one country to the other. As a result, when filling their shopping carts, few European consumers take the time to look for this information and to read and analyse it before making their choice.

The European Commission is aware of the importance of nutrition labelling in terms of public health and aims to satisfy European citizens' increasing demands in this area. It has consequently proposed to change the existing rules in order to make it obligatory for manufacturers to place nutrition labelling, for certain nutrients, in a visible position on the front of packages. The information on the main nutrients must also be shown in terms of their contribution to daily nutritional needs. Labels need to be easy-to-read at the time of purchase, to help European consumers to take better control of their eating habits and avoid excess of all kinds.Interviews: Dr Freddy Van de Casseye, General Manager, Belgian Heart League,
Josephine Wills, Director General, EUFIC
Agnès Martin, Nutrition Corporate Director, Danone
Claire Hughes, Nutritionist, Marks & Spencer
Robert Madelin, Director General for Health and Consumer Protection, EC
Edmond Henguelle, Managing Director, Les Naturelles du Haut Pays
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Better tools for better Medicines. The Innovative Medicines Initiative (IMI)

The European Commission and the pharmaceutical industry are entering into a pan-European strategic alliance to fund research in the health sector and accelerate the discovery and development of innovative medicines. This collaboration will bring together stakeholders on all levels to share knowledge and results. The benefits for patients will be significant, as it will further contribute to removing bottlenecks in the drug development process, thus providing patients with better medicines, faster. The boost in competitiveness could also be significant as resources for biopharmaceutical R&D conducted in Europe will be maximised.
A new video report from the European Commission’s Directorate General for Research explains the aim and focus of the Innovative Medicines Initiative (IMI) through an animated explanation of the drug development process. This is supported by statements of the IMI Founding Members and stakeholders, such as representatives from academia, patient organisations and SMEs.
Global R&D expenditure in the biopharmaceutical sector has steadily increased over the past 10 years. However, this has not been accompanied by a corresponding rise in the output of new medicines. The high failing rate of medicine contributes significantly to this declining productivity. Moreover, such failures are costly and the price tag of developing new drugs can be as high as €700 million, including the cost of failures.
IMI is a public-private partnership between the European community, represented by the European Commission, and the pharmaceutical industry, represented by the European Federation of Pharmaceutical Industries and Associations (EFPIA).The European Commission and EFPIA will each contribute €1 billion, resulting in total funding of €2 billion, for this groundbreaking venture. Funding from the European Commission’s FP7 will be dedicated exclusively to public sector participants and SMEs, with the biopharmaceutical industry contributing €1 billion in R&D resources.On April 30th 2008the European Commission in Brussels will hold a technical briefing, where the scientific priorities of the Innovative Medicines Initiative (IMI) for 2008 will be presented for the first time. Interviews: Arthur Higgins,President EFPIA - European Pharmaceutical Industries Association CEO Bayer HealthCare
Pierre Rocmans,Kiki’s husband (Kiki is suffering from Alzheimer's disease)
Sabine Henry, Vice-chairperson of Alzheimer Europe
Jonathan Knowles, Chairman of the IMI Governing Board; Head of Group Research, Roche
Carlo Incerti, Member of the IMI Governing Board; Head of R&D Europe, Genzyme
André Michel, President of Aureus Pharma
Simon Lovestone, Director NIHR Biomedical Research Centre for Mental Health – King’s College London
Octavi Quintana Trias, Former Director Health, DG Research, European Commission
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Bienvenido a tu familia

All’età di quattordici anni, Yandri ha passato la metà della propria vita lontano dal padre José che emigrò in Spagna con l’intenzione di offrire un futuro migliore alla propria famiglia. Sette anni dopo, Yandri intraprenderà un viaggio che lo porterà a ricongiungersi al padre.Quando sua figlia emigrò in Spagna, Gloria si prese cura di sette nipoti e da sei anni li cresce come figli. Ora che Jessica, la figlia, ha deciso di portarli in Spagna per tenerli con sè, Gloria trova conforto solo in Dio per superare la solitudineche la affligge.Emigrando, Jorge lasciò in Ecuador la moglie e due figlie, la più piccola di soli nove mesi. Dopo due anni di sforzi a Barcellona, alla fine è riuscito a concretizzare il viaggo della propria famiglia per ricongiungersi finalmente ad essa.La storia di tre famiglie che, dopo lunga separazione, si riuniscono. Nel viaggio, si accorgeranno che il tempo e la distanza non sono gli unici ostacoli da superare.Regia: Diego OrtuñoFotografia: Diego Ortuño e Vicky MarcoMusica: Mauricio Ceballos Suono: Alfredo LeónProduzione: DOMINIO DIGITAL (Ecuador) LASTOR MEDIA S.L.(España)Produttore: Meritxell RibasAnno di produzione: 2010Durata: 63 min.

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