EBC-91 Beta SP
THE GALAPAGOS: DARWIN'S WORLD WITHIN ITSELF
EVERYTHING'S "BY AIR" NOWADAYS!
Full title reads: "Hamble. Everything's 'By Air' Nowadays! - Roy Tuckett and Miss Cook descendent of the great Charles Darwin - are going to search for 'the missing link'!" <br/> <br/>Hamble, Hampshire. <br/> <br/>Roy Tuckett and Miss Cook stand by front of their aircraft. Mr Tuckett explains that they are going to Africa to photograph gorillas. <br/> <br/>CU Tuckett who introduces Miss Cook. CU Miss Cook talks about studying our cousins the gorilla and about her famous ancestor.
Pathe
Scopes "Monkey trial" begins in Tennessee
Charles Darwin and speciation, animation
Charles Darwin and speciation. Animation of a bust of the head of British naturalist Charles Robert Darwin (1809-1882), with examples of his diagrams (left) on evolution and speciation. Darwin had briefly studied medicine and then trained in the clergy, but his interest was in natural history. In 1831 he set sail as naturalist on HMS Beagle, which was to provide the fieldwork for his famous book. His theory of evolution was published as 'On the Origin of Species By Means of Natural Selection' (1859). It caused a storm of controversy with Christian orthodoxy, as it contradicted the widely accepted belief that different animal and plant species were created by a divine creator (God).
01/25/64 A0002769 ECUADOR, US SCIENTISTS OPEN SANTA CRUE CHARLES DARWIN STATION, AMBASSADOR AND OTHERS ATTEND:
01/25/64 A0002769 ECUADOR, US SCIENTISTS OPEN SANTA CRUE CHARLES DARWIN STATION, AMBASSADOR AND OTHERS ATTEND: UNCUT "DARWIN STATIONS" SHOWS: NO SHOT LIST, REFER TO FILE: (SHOT 1/21/64 XXFT) ECUADOR (SCIENTISTS) INTERNATIONAL COOPERATION IN SCIENCE COLLEGES & UNIVERSITIES - CALIFORNIA - GENERAL XX / XX FT / 16 NEG / D1468
Crewmen of Torpedo Squadron 8 pose near aircraft on the flight deck of USS Hornet underway in the Pacific Ocean.
A film on aviators and crewmen of Torpedo Squadron 8 who gave their lives on June 4, 1942 near Midway Island in the Pacific Ocean during the Battle of Midway of World War II. Names of Lieutenant Commander John Charles Waldron and Horace Franklin Dobbs who was the chief radioman. They pose in front of an aircraft. Ensign Henry R. Kenyon Jr. and Airman 2nd Class Darwin L. Clarke pose near an aircraft and talk. Ensign E. L. Fayle and Seaman 2nd Class Aswell L. Picou pose seated on the wing of an aircraft. Lieutenant Raymond A Moore and Airman 1st Class Tom Hartsel Pettry seated near a bomb loaded in the aircraft. Ensign William Robinson Evans and Airman 3rd Class Ross Eugene Bibb pose. Lieutenant (jg) Jeff Davis Woodson and Airman 2nd Class Otway David Creasy Jr pose near an airplane. Ensign William W Creamer and Seaman 2nd Class Francis Samuel Polston draw a face on a bomb loaded in an airplane and pose. Other crewmen who pose are: Lieutenant James Charles Owens Jr. and Airman 1st Class Amelio Maffei, Ensign Ulvert Matthew Moore and Airman 3rd Class William F Sawhill, Lieutenant (jg) George Marvin Campbell and Airman 2nd Class Ronald Joseph Fisher, Ensign John Porter Gray and Airman 3rd Class Max Arthir Calkin. Ensign G. H. Gay who was rescued and Airman 3rd Class George Arthir Field pose. Ensign Grant W Teats and Airman 2nd Class Hollis Martin, Ensign John Ellison and Carneiro, Ensign William Abercrombie and Aviation Pilot Robert B Miles, Airman 3rd Class Robert K. Huntington and Airman 2nd Class Bernard P Phelps. A chaplain at funeral services on the deck of the carrier USS Hornet (CV-8). The volley squad fires guns and the bugler blows taps. Sunset at sea. U.S. Navy SBD Dauntless in flight overhead. Location: Pacific Ocean. Date: June 1942.
DARWIN ECOSYSTEME alternative model to conventional work
Midi Atlantique
Argentina Elephant
Mara the elephant to leave concrete jungle
ECUADOR B-ROLL - 2007
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Human Evolution
Computer generated morphing of chimpanzee into the human.
DC: HOUSE FLOOR
Map weather: [issue of May 26, 2022]
FR3 / France 3
Darwin - book
AN 1859 FIRST EDITION OF CHARLES DARWIN'S GROUNDBREAKING BOOK ABOUT EVOLUTION, ONE OF 1,250 ORIGINAL COPIES, WAS RETURNED TO THE BOSTON PUBLIC LIBRARY 80 YEARS AFTER IT DISAPPEARED.
4K ape to man process Morphing animation.isolated with luma matte
1 to 6 seconds, ape to man morphing process.
Argentina Elephant
Mara the elephant to leave concrete jungle
Darwin's experiments on phototropism
Darwin's experiments on phototropism. Animation showing the experiments carried out in 1880 by British naturalist Charles Darwin (1809-1882) and his son the British biologist and botanist Francis Darwin (1848-1925). They investigated the phenomenon of phototropism in plants, experimenting with young shoots in monocotyledons such as grasses. The tips of these shoots are called coleoptiles. The first animation shows a shoot's coleoptile bending towards sunlight. The second animation shows a shoot with its coleoptile removed and the plant not responding to sunlight. The third animation shows the same effect if the coleoptile is covered by an opaque cap. The fourth animation shows the coleoptile bending if the tip is covered by a transparent cap. These effects were described by the Darwins in 'The Power of Movement in Plants' (1880). Their observations led to the later discovery of the plant hormone auxin, which is produced in the coleoptile and causes these effects. For this animation with labels, see K004/3654.
EBC-118 Beta SP
THE LIVING CELL: DNA (2ND EDITION)
News Clip: MADD pkg
Video footage from the KXAS-TV/NBC station in Fort Worth, Texas, to accompany a news story. This story aired at 6 P.M.
ARISTOCRATS!
Zoo animals. <br/> <br/>Shot of lion is missing. Parrots are seen in an aviary. M/S of an elephant with its keeper. The keeper waves his arm in the air and the elephant waves its trunk in the air. Monkeys play with a small branch. Intertitle asks: "Was Darwin right?" The two monkeys have a little play fight. One looks like a chimpanzee, the other possibly a gibbon. <br/> <br/>Was an item in Pathe Pictorial issue number 657.
WESTMINSTER ABBEY SHOW
ORIG. COLOR 350 FT. SIL ROLLS 16, 10 CU STONE " O RARE BEN JOHNSON. " CU CHARLES DARWIN BUST ON WALL - ZOOM IN TO EYES. CU LORD LISTEN BUST ON WALL. CU MICHAEL FARADAY FLOOR STONE. VARIOUS SHOTS SIR ISAAC NEWTON MONUMENT. CU ORNAMENTAL GOLD FIGURES OF KING AND QUEEN. CU DARWIN FLOOR PLAQUE. LS NAVE. CI: GEOGRAPHIC - ENGLAND, LONDON. BUILDINGS - RELIGIOUS, WESTMINSTER ABBEY. ABC SHOWS - HALL OF KINGS.
The abominable mystery of flowers
France 5
ECUADOR B-ROLL - 2007
THIS IS EXCELLENT QUALITY FILE VIDEO OF ECUADOR! IF YOU NEED ANY B-ROLL OF STOCK SHOTS OF ECUADOR THIS IS FOR YOU! SEE VIDEO DESCRIPTION FOR SPECIFIC SHOTS ON EACH RECORD.
EVOLUTION - THE OTHER SIDE OF IT
Introductory intertitle reads: "Following its policy of impartiality the 'Pictorial' reports on what the monkeys say about it all - The Editor." <br/> <br/>M/S of a chimpanzee wearing a jacket going up to a blackboard upon which there is a drawing of a man with the word "Our Teacher - Snooky" written underneath. The chimp uses a board rubber to start to rub off the drawing. Another shot of the monkey by the blackboard. This time it reads: "Now Darwin says", the chimp makes some chalk marks on the board. Intertitle reads: "Prof. Chim Panzee." The chimp sits on a bench in the open air - he is fully clothed. "Show me the man who can hang from a tree by a tail." C/U of the chimp. He wears little round glasses and holds a book in his hand. "Sally Simian" is then introduced. She wears a hat and a dress that says "Sally" on the front. "Joe Coconut" is next up, a young chimp in clothes and round glasses sits reading a book. "No man can make a monkey out of me!" <br/> <br/>An intertitle reads: "The porcupine has more good points than the Stock Exchange." This is followed by two C/Us of a porcupine. C/U of another dressed monkey. "Show us a pug who can whip his weight in badgers." is followed by C/U of two badgers. "The beaver invented this business of being busy." is followed by a shot of a beaver swimming in a river then a shot of him pulling a stick out of the river on to the bank. C/U of the first chimp holding a monkey skull in his hand and pointing at it (presumably after Hamlet). "Who's the original wise guy?" intertitle precedes shots of an owl. "And what about monkey glands - ask the man who owns 'em!" C/U of small monkeys climbing over a bust of Charles Darwin. <br/> <br/>Was an item in Pathe Pictorial issue number 638.