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Another interesting fact is that the vert in the movie was rebuilt for the 30th anniversary of the film. The original crew of the brigade reunited and skated the ramp no one skated in 30 years. Staying in the old school area, it may be dated but the shit they pull off makes me jealous. Hardcore vert, pool and street skating that makes your jaw drop. This video belongs in this list! This video was insane, H-street set the new standard with Hokus Pokus and showed stuff never seen before.

The flip down 7 stairs Dave Graves was revolutionary at that time. At the time this skateboard video was a turning point and marked the arrival of a new era. Such a shame Hensley quit pro skating after this video. This video is considered one of the most influential skateboard vids and took its rightful place in skateboarding culture and history. What makes this video so special is that Spike Jonze set the new standard for skate videos. The video made a huge impact on how future films were produced and watching Mark Gonzalez is pure bliss.

It ushered in the era of modern street skating. Back in Alien Workshop released their first skateboard video. This video is somewhat experimental and was partly shot in Super 8 format which ads to the nostalgia. Far ahead of its time, creative editing, great soundtrack and lots of technical, vert, and street skateboarding.

Everyone in this video was exceptional and most of them became legends. This entire video is a hint on what skateboarding was going to be the upcoming years. When Snuff was released, hour-long videos were pretty common. Snuff is a really short video with a young Jason Dill doing insane stuff. Some tricks were never seen before and performed with great style and execution. Gino Iannucci and Dill did some crazy stuff that completely changed the game at that time.

The speed, accuracy, and execution were unmatched and this video still holds up to this day. Spike Jonze wrote a few skits and still to this day this video is considered one of the best. Mouse is Girls second skate video first was Goldfish, The movie consists of skits and heavy street skateboarding. Before the end credits, Guy Mariano makes an appearance and steals the show.

Watching his part always gets me stoked, I just love this style. Great soundtrack and an audio-visual masterpiece, was a good year. Even after a long time, the first Toy Machine video stands the tests of time although skateboarding was much different back then. We can see Ed Templeton doing insane speedy grinds and board slides which us mortals can only dream of. Pro skater Elissa Steamer showing the guys how to shred, this woman can skate!

His part was cut out and later added as bonus content on the DVD. This video was mainly shot at east coast street locations Philadelphia and New York as well as a few skate park and vert sections. It has an insane pace and is about balls, style, and raw street skating.

Filmed, edited and produced by Dan Wolfe. World Industries Trilogy Trilogy consisted of the teams of , Blind, and World Industries and had a huge impact on skateboarding. This video was an attempt to bring together the best skateboarders of the world and create a brilliant video, well they succeeded. In Zero released Misled Youth. Zero was a gritty company and known for doing rad stuff. This was the second and probably best video they ever made. Misled youth is a raw video showing insane tricks and lots of stuff going wrong.

He just kills it! This video hits you right in the face from the very beginning ouch. A mixture of frustration and accomplishment, just like it is. I was happy pulling off a rock to fakey at that age, but this guy is from another dimension. Directed, produced and edited by Jamie Mosberg. The End, was originally released in and a remastered version was released in Bucky Lasek kills Tony Hawk so he can be number 1 for example. McCrank starts with a great gnarly and technical part.

After that Santos lip slides every object in his path. Must see! Link to video. Moving on the year when Transworld releases Modus Operandi. This video still feels like it was ahead of its time and has one of the best lines by Mike Carrol. What makes this video so special is the audio-visual compositions, voice-overs, music, and many night skating sessions. Great video from the beginning till the end, one of the best ever made.

The team visits places all over the world and is a documentary style video. Not the usual hip-hop punk style music, but a more low key and relaxing soundtrack that goes well with the tricks. Great filming and great skating, truly a work of art. The vert skating is just unbelievable. Raw street skating, bloody decks and a couple of skits.

Photosynthesis is a nostalgic street skating video. A bit of a different video but very creative. Some of the skateboarding takes place in a warehouse where they build stuff for the video. Raw technical street skating and a few funny pranks to top it off.

Rodney Mullen at his finest, just pure natural skateboarding. You also get a technical street treat by Chet Thomas, some amazing clean lines in this video. They actually have a video specialist named John Gefrom and it shows. In Bloom feels holistic; voice-overs by pros about pros, great camera work, lighting, and music. They really thought this out while still keeping it real, perfectly balanced as it should be. My god this guy shreds bowls AND street so hard and he makes it look easy.

Gotta love the MP, I still get goosebumps listening to that song. Wonderful horrible life was made by Coliseum Skate shop in Take a good look at the stuff PJ Ladd pulls of, great style and performance and makes it look easy. This video really took off and so did their careers.

Flip has nothing to be sorry about because this movie still holds up well today. It has a couple of famous clips Boulala, Rowley and others. It started out as a couple of friends just filming each other and ended up as a masterpiece. Many great parts in this video and Zero always stood out.

The bonus slam section is sometimes hard to watch, ouch. That Matt Mumford intro though, holy headwound Batman! Another skate video directed by Jonze. What makes this video unique is the ultra-slow motion and special effects using green screen technology. Carbohydrates or sugars plus oxygen. Obviously, this has two very profound pieces to it for us as a living species.

One, we need carbohydrates or we need sugars in order to fuel our bodies. You saw that in the cellular respiration videos. We generate all of our ATP by performing cellular respiration on glucose, which is essentially a byproduct, or a broken down carbohydrate. It's the simplest one for us to process in cellular respiration. And the second hugely important part is getting the oxygen. Once again, we need to breathe oxygen in order for us to break down glucose, in order to respire, in order to perform cellar respiration.

So these two things are key for life, especially for life that breathes oxygen. So this process, other than the fact that it's interesting, that there are organisms around us, mostly plants, that are able to harness actual sunlight. You have these fusion reactions in the sun 93 million miles away, and it's releasing these photons, and some small subset of those photons reach the surface of Earth. They make their way through clouds and whatever else. And then these plants and bacteria and algae are able to harness that somehow and turn them into sugars that we can then eat or maybe the cow eats them and we eat the cow if we're not vegetarians, and we can then use that for energy.

Not that the cow is all carbohydrates, but this is essentially what is used as the fuel or the energy for all of the other important compounds that we eat. This is where we get all of our fuel. So this is fuel for animals. Or you know, if you eat a potato directly, you are directly getting your carbohydrates. But anyway, this is a very simple notion of photosynthesis, but it's not incorrect.

I mean, if you had to know one thing about photosynthesis, this would be it. But let's delve a little bit deeper and try to get into the guts of it and see if we can understand a little bit better how this actually happens. I find it amazing that somehow photons of sunlight are used to create these sugar molecules or these carbohydrates. So let's delve a little bit deeper. So we can write the general equation for photosynthesis. Well, I've almost written it here. But I'll write it a little bit more scientifically specific.

You start off with some carbon dioxide. You add to that some water, and you add to that-- instead of sunlight, I'm going to say photons because these are what really do excite the electrons in the chlorophyll that go down, and you'll see this process probably in this video, and we'll go in more detail in the next few videos.

But that excited electron goes to a high energy state, and as it goes to a lower energy state, we're able to harness that energy to produce ATPs, and you'll see NADPHs, and those are used to produce carbohydrates. But we'll see that in a little bit. But the overview of photosynthesis, you start off with these constituents, And then you end up with a carbohydrate. And a carbohydrate could be glucose, doesn't have to be glucose.

So the general way we can write a carbohydrates is CH2O. And we'll put an n over here, that we could have n multiples of these, and normally, n will be at least three. In the case of glucose, n is 6. You have 6 carbons, 12 hydrogens and 6 oxygens. So this is a general term for carbohydrates, but you could have many multiples of that. You could have these long-chained carbohydrates, so you end up with a carbohydrate and then you end up with some oxygen.

So this right here isn't so different than what I wrote up here in my first overview of how we always imagined photosynthesis in our heads. In order to make this equation balance-- let's see, I have n carbons so I need n carbons there. Let's see, I have two n hydrogens here. Two hydrogens and I have n there, so I need two n hydrogens here. So I'll put an n out there. And lets see how many oxygens. I have two n oxygens, plus another n, so I have three n oxygens.

So let's see, I have one n, and you put an n here, and then I have two n, and I think this equation balances out. So this is a 30,foot view of what's going on in photosynthesis. But when you dig a little deeper, you'll see that this doesn't happen directly, that this happens through a bunch of steps that eventually gets us to the carbohydrate.

So in general, we can break down photosynthesis. I'll rewrite the word. We can break down photosynthesis-- and we'll delve deeper into future videos, but I want to get you the overview first-- into two stages. We can call one the light reactions. Or sometimes they are called the light-dependent reactions, and that actually would probably be a better way to write it.

Let me write it like that. Light dependent means that they need light to occur. Light-dependent reactions. And then you have something called the dark reactions, and that's actually a bad name, because it also occurs in the light.

Dark reactions, I wrote in a slightly darker color. And the reason why I said it's a bad name is because it still occurs in the light. But the reason why they probably called it the dark reaction is that you don't need light, or that part of photosynthesis isn't dependent on photons to occur. So a better term for it would have been light-independent reaction. So just to be clear, the light reactions actually need sunlight. They actually need photons for them to proceed.

The dark reactions do not need photons for them to happen, although they do occur when the sun is out. They don't need those photons, but they need the byproducts from the light reaction to occur, so that's why it's called the light-independent reaction. They occur while the sun is out, but they don't need the sun.

This needs the sun, so let me make it very clear. So this requires sunlight. This requires photons. And let me just make a very brief overview of this. This'll maybe let us start building a scaffold from which we can dig deeper. So the light reactions need photons, and then it needs water. So water goes into the light reactions and out of the other side of the light reactions.

We end up with some molecular oxygen. So that's what happens in the light reactions, and I'm going to go much deeper into what actually occurs. And what the light the actions produce is ATP, which we know is the cellular or the biological currency of energy.

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Great soundtrack and an audio-visual masterpiece, was a good year. Even after a long time, the first Toy Machine video stands the tests of time although skateboarding was much different back then. We can see Ed Templeton doing insane speedy grinds and board slides which us mortals can only dream of.

Pro skater Elissa Steamer showing the guys how to shred, this woman can skate! His part was cut out and later added as bonus content on the DVD. This video was mainly shot at east coast street locations Philadelphia and New York as well as a few skate park and vert sections.

It has an insane pace and is about balls, style, and raw street skating. Filmed, edited and produced by Dan Wolfe. World Industries Trilogy Trilogy consisted of the teams of , Blind, and World Industries and had a huge impact on skateboarding. This video was an attempt to bring together the best skateboarders of the world and create a brilliant video, well they succeeded.

In Zero released Misled Youth. Zero was a gritty company and known for doing rad stuff. This was the second and probably best video they ever made. Misled youth is a raw video showing insane tricks and lots of stuff going wrong. He just kills it! This video hits you right in the face from the very beginning ouch.

A mixture of frustration and accomplishment, just like it is. I was happy pulling off a rock to fakey at that age, but this guy is from another dimension. Directed, produced and edited by Jamie Mosberg. The End, was originally released in and a remastered version was released in Bucky Lasek kills Tony Hawk so he can be number 1 for example. McCrank starts with a great gnarly and technical part. After that Santos lip slides every object in his path. Must see! Link to video. Moving on the year when Transworld releases Modus Operandi.

This video still feels like it was ahead of its time and has one of the best lines by Mike Carrol. What makes this video so special is the audio-visual compositions, voice-overs, music, and many night skating sessions. Great video from the beginning till the end, one of the best ever made. The team visits places all over the world and is a documentary style video. Not the usual hip-hop punk style music, but a more low key and relaxing soundtrack that goes well with the tricks.

Great filming and great skating, truly a work of art. The vert skating is just unbelievable. Raw street skating, bloody decks and a couple of skits. Photosynthesis is a nostalgic street skating video. A bit of a different video but very creative. Some of the skateboarding takes place in a warehouse where they build stuff for the video.

Raw technical street skating and a few funny pranks to top it off. Rodney Mullen at his finest, just pure natural skateboarding. You also get a technical street treat by Chet Thomas, some amazing clean lines in this video. They actually have a video specialist named John Gefrom and it shows.

In Bloom feels holistic; voice-overs by pros about pros, great camera work, lighting, and music. They really thought this out while still keeping it real, perfectly balanced as it should be. My god this guy shreds bowls AND street so hard and he makes it look easy.

Gotta love the MP, I still get goosebumps listening to that song. Wonderful horrible life was made by Coliseum Skate shop in Take a good look at the stuff PJ Ladd pulls of, great style and performance and makes it look easy. This video really took off and so did their careers. Flip has nothing to be sorry about because this movie still holds up well today.

It has a couple of famous clips Boulala, Rowley and others. It started out as a couple of friends just filming each other and ended up as a masterpiece. Many great parts in this video and Zero always stood out.

The bonus slam section is sometimes hard to watch, ouch. That Matt Mumford intro though, holy headwound Batman! Another skate video directed by Jonze. What makes this video unique is the ultra-slow motion and special effects using green screen technology. Nobody saw tricks at frames per second before, though nowadays slow-mos are getting annoying IMO. Owen Wilson makes a cameo, WOW!

Maybe the best about this video is its length, minutes of shredding! Great soundtrack and awesome lineup. Again, Flip is very sorry, for what? Sven Kilchenmann and Guy Kampfen shredding the streets, very technical stuff there. Habitat Mosaic is a dedicated raw street skating video with a great team of skaters. Great balance between filming, music, and editing and some intimidation tricks. No skits or unnecessary pauses and an overall relaxing experience. This video is a bit different from the previous rounds because it also features Greg Lutzka, Ryan Sheckler, and Chris Haslam.

One-footed board slides, cross-foot Caspers, flips to rail slides, primo slides, etc all done with great consistency. This is one of the most inspirational videos ever made, even to this day. Now the question that still haunts me, who won? If you love raw grinding, this video is for you. This is a pretty raw, nostalgic street skating experience and you should seriously watch it. Gnarly and raw this video gets you pumped from the start.

You can feel the pain by proxy when they eat shit, dang. It only took 13 years before Blind release their second video after video days , despite being one of the biggest brands at that time. Link to trailer. Fun in the mini ramp! Chris Haslam and Daewon Song have a great time, some tricks are just mind-boggling.

This video features the Enjoy skateboard team and is a must watch. The video is often praised for its creative skaters. It kind of reminds me of the good old days, skating with my friends and having fun. Nothing else mattered. Lakai Fully Flared was one of the first skateboard videos shot in HD. It received an award for best skateboard video of at the Transworld Skateboard awards.

It was postponed for a couple of years because of new skaters joining the team. Or you know, if you eat a potato directly, you are directly getting your carbohydrates. But anyway, this is a very simple notion of photosynthesis, but it's not incorrect. I mean, if you had to know one thing about photosynthesis, this would be it. But let's delve a little bit deeper and try to get into the guts of it and see if we can understand a little bit better how this actually happens.

I find it amazing that somehow photons of sunlight are used to create these sugar molecules or these carbohydrates. So let's delve a little bit deeper. So we can write the general equation for photosynthesis. Well, I've almost written it here. But I'll write it a little bit more scientifically specific. You start off with some carbon dioxide. You add to that some water, and you add to that-- instead of sunlight, I'm going to say photons because these are what really do excite the electrons in the chlorophyll that go down, and you'll see this process probably in this video, and we'll go in more detail in the next few videos.

But that excited electron goes to a high energy state, and as it goes to a lower energy state, we're able to harness that energy to produce ATPs, and you'll see NADPHs, and those are used to produce carbohydrates. But we'll see that in a little bit. But the overview of photosynthesis, you start off with these constituents, And then you end up with a carbohydrate. And a carbohydrate could be glucose, doesn't have to be glucose.

So the general way we can write a carbohydrates is CH2O. And we'll put an n over here, that we could have n multiples of these, and normally, n will be at least three. In the case of glucose, n is 6. You have 6 carbons, 12 hydrogens and 6 oxygens. So this is a general term for carbohydrates, but you could have many multiples of that.

You could have these long-chained carbohydrates, so you end up with a carbohydrate and then you end up with some oxygen. So this right here isn't so different than what I wrote up here in my first overview of how we always imagined photosynthesis in our heads. In order to make this equation balance-- let's see, I have n carbons so I need n carbons there. Let's see, I have two n hydrogens here. Two hydrogens and I have n there, so I need two n hydrogens here. So I'll put an n out there.

And lets see how many oxygens. I have two n oxygens, plus another n, so I have three n oxygens. So let's see, I have one n, and you put an n here, and then I have two n, and I think this equation balances out. So this is a 30,foot view of what's going on in photosynthesis. But when you dig a little deeper, you'll see that this doesn't happen directly, that this happens through a bunch of steps that eventually gets us to the carbohydrate.

So in general, we can break down photosynthesis. I'll rewrite the word. We can break down photosynthesis-- and we'll delve deeper into future videos, but I want to get you the overview first-- into two stages. We can call one the light reactions. Or sometimes they are called the light-dependent reactions, and that actually would probably be a better way to write it. Let me write it like that. Light dependent means that they need light to occur. Light-dependent reactions. And then you have something called the dark reactions, and that's actually a bad name, because it also occurs in the light.

Dark reactions, I wrote in a slightly darker color. And the reason why I said it's a bad name is because it still occurs in the light. But the reason why they probably called it the dark reaction is that you don't need light, or that part of photosynthesis isn't dependent on photons to occur. So a better term for it would have been light-independent reaction.

So just to be clear, the light reactions actually need sunlight. They actually need photons for them to proceed. The dark reactions do not need photons for them to happen, although they do occur when the sun is out. They don't need those photons, but they need the byproducts from the light reaction to occur, so that's why it's called the light-independent reaction.

They occur while the sun is out, but they don't need the sun. This needs the sun, so let me make it very clear. So this requires sunlight. This requires photons. And let me just make a very brief overview of this. This'll maybe let us start building a scaffold from which we can dig deeper. So the light reactions need photons, and then it needs water.

So water goes into the light reactions and out of the other side of the light reactions. We end up with some molecular oxygen. So that's what happens in the light reactions, and I'm going to go much deeper into what actually occurs. And what the light the actions produce is ATP, which we know is the cellular or the biological currency of energy.

Now, when we studied cellular respiration, we saw the molecule NADH. NADPH is very similar. You just have this P there. You just have this phosphate group there, but they really perform similar mechanisms. That this agent right here, this molecule right here, is able to give away-- now let's think about what this means-- it's able to give away this hydrogen and the electron associated with this hydrogen.

So if you give away an electron to someone else or someone else gains an electron, that something else is being reduced. Let me write that down. This is a good reminder. Oxidation is losing an electron. Reduction is gaining an electron.

Your charge is reduced when you gain an electron. It has a negative charge. So this is a reducing agent. It gets oxidized by losing the hydrogen and the electron with it. I have a whole discussion on the biological versus chemistry view of oxidation, but it's the same idea. When I lose a hydrogen, I also lose the ability to hog that hydrogen's electron.

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