Friday, August 22, 2014

Best Video Compilation - All Celebrities ALS Ice Bucket Challenge 2014

Best Video Compilation - All Celebrities ALS Ice Bucket Challenge 2014 - Viral Movement Dares People to Spread ALS Awareness 

Video Hunter, Best Video Compilation - All Celebrities ALS Ice Bucket Challenge 2014, The Ice Bucket Challenge, sometimes called the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge, is an activity involving dumping a bucket of ice water on one's head or donating to the ALS Association in the United States. It went viral throughout social media during the Northern Hemisphere summer of 2014.

The origins of the idea of dumping cold water on one's head to raise money for charity are unclear and have been attributed to multiple sources. During the Northern-Hemisphere winter of 2013–14, a challenge of unknown origin often called the "Cold Water Challenge" became popular on social media in areas of the Northern United States. The task usually involved the option of either donating money to cancer research or having to jump into cold water.

One version of the challenge started in New Zealand on July 4, 2014, with a fundraising page on behalf of the Cancer Society to help support patients and their families through the trauma of a cancer diagnosis. As with similar challenges, it was usually filmed so footage can be shared online

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11-year old Jack Soucy, with his father, Art, participates in the "Ice Bucket Challenge" to raise ALS Awareness.

It may be warm in parts of the country, but some people aren’t drenching themselves in ice or cold water to cool down from elevated temperatures. A new phenomenon has hit the social media circuit – the “Ice Bucket Challenge.”

The challenge involves people getting doused with buckets of ice water on video, posting that video to social media, then nominating others to do the same, all in an effort to raise ALS awareness. Those who refuse to take the challenge are asked to make a donation to the ALS charity of their choice.

Summer is officially here, and everybody's looking for ways to keep cool both on and off the course. One of the craziest ways is the Ice Bucket Challenge 2014.

I'm not exactly sure where or when this started, but over the past several days a multitude of pro tour players have begun challenging each other to pour a bucket of ice water over their heads. The protocol seems to be that someone challenges you, and you have 24 hours to accept or make a donation to charity.
If you agree, you must drench yourself and capture it on social media.
Then you get to call out someone else, and the chain just keeps rolling.


Ice Bucket Challenge Tragic Final Mass in the United States

Ice Bucket Challenge Tragic Final Mass in the United States
Action Ice Bucket Challenge held in Campbellsville, Kentucky, United States ended tragically. Four firefighters seriously injured after participating in the challenge. Thus revealed Campbellsville Police Chief, Tim Hazlette like Liputan6.com quotes from CNN, Friday (08/22/2014). What's going on?

Disaster came when the electric current from the electric wires to shock brigade members after they flush the water in the direction of the students. Fire and Rescue Department crews when it was helping the band Campbellsville University made a video titled 'Challenge' on Thursday, around 11:00 local time.

CNN obtained a photograph taken by a witness shows Tyler Arterburn, ladder trucks protrude above the crowd toward the challenge participants. In the end there is a bucket-like container holding cold water splashed to the students below.

After flushing is completed, the participants went to leave the location. Then the fire began to clear up the stairs. However, the poor can not be denied. Bucket on top of the ladder were allegedly too close to power lines and electrocute a number of officers. The victim, two officers who were in the bucket, the other 2 below.

Captain Tony Grider (41) and Simon Quinn (22) are in the bucket during the incident. They immediately rushed to Taylor Regional Hospital, then transferred to the University of Louisville Medical Center Burn Unit.

"One of them in critical condition, others are relatively much better. Both were taken to the burn unit class 1," said a spokesman for KentuckyOne Health, David McArthur.

Two other fighters, Captain Steve Marrs (37) and Alex Johnson (28) an electric shock while trying to lower the bucket. They also rushed to the hospital. Marrs has been discharged, while Johnson was still undergoing observation.

The incident is still under investigation, but according to Hazlette, stairs never touch electrical wires nearby.

In a statement posted on the website Campbellsville University, they ask for your prayers and support for the victims. "We extend heartfelt sympathy and prayers to the families of two firefighters were injured," said university representatives, Michael Carter.

Ice Bucket Challenge fundraising is done in order to fight the disease Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS) or Lou Gehrig.

The rules: those who dare to accept the challenge, will be flushing water ice, posting video online, donate $ 100 (approximately USD 1.1 million) and is entitled to challenge the 3 others to do the same. If rejected, 'punishment' was given $ 100 for research Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis disease (ALS) or Lou Gehrig. (MVI)

Thursday, August 21, 2014

Only Take Less Than 3 Minutes to Making a Boeing Airplane - AMAZING VIDEO


Only Take Less Than 3 Minutes to Making a Boeing Airplane - AMAZING VIDEO

Only Take Less Than 3 Minutes to Making a Boeing Airplane - The Boeing Company is an American multinational corporation that designs, manufactures, and sells fixed-wing aircraft, rotorcraft, rockets and satellites. It also provides leasing and product support services. Boeing is among the largest global aircraft manufacturers, is the second-largest aerospace & defense contractor in the world based on 2012 revenue and is the largest exporter in the United States by dollar value.Boeing stock is a component of the Dow Jones Industrial Average. - Wikipedia

Bill Gates was challenged by Mark Zuckerberg 2014

Bill Gates was challenged by Mark Zuckerberg 2014


The ice bucket challenge has been going viral across Facebook and Twitter. It’s being used to raise money for ALS. A person dumps ice water on their head and then challenges two other people to do the same within 24-hours.
Those who take part in the ice bucket challenge are required to film themselves dropping a bucket of freezing water over their heads, before donating a small amount of money to their chosen charity.

They must then nominate three friends to do the same within 24 hours.

Those who foreit the challenge must donate a larger sum of money to a good cause.

Americans who take part are donating money to a motor neurone disease charity called the ALS foundation, whereas in the UK, Macmillan Cancer Support has also set up a page encouraging people to take part and donate.

Bill Gates was challenged by Mark Zuckerbergto get involved in the Ice Bucket Challenge, and even though he planned on donating money to curing ALS, he had to make his mark on the movement.

So, the billionaire designed and built an apparatus for the grandaddy of all ice bucket challenges!