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  • How to walk in space
    says Actually I watched that movie when I was on orbit last year on the International Space Station I was getting ready to spacewalk and I thought it would get me in the mood It s very entertaining just not realistic No this is how you walk in space Lifestyle How to wrestle an alligator Gravity Trailer Advertising 1 Reach for the stars You re in the vacuum of space inside a bulky pressure suit It s very hard to move your hands and there s not a lot of flexibility So it s good to be tall and have long arms the more reach you have the easier it is to do the work while you re in the suit 2 Build up your body Your shoulders and forearms have to be very strong because you re out there crawling hand over hand for seven eight hours sometimes on the surface of the Space Station Spacewalking is not really the right term for it it should be called spacecrawling 3 Get handy with tools You need to know how to use tools as a lot of spacewalking involves assembly You re making electrical connections bolting things together and to the Station If you can take a car apart that s a good skill set to have 4 Solve future problems You need to be able to think ahead 10 minutes to your next task and where your partner will be Of course the ground crew are there to help you out but on nearly every spacewalk something doesn t work out the way you expected it to a bolt will be sticky or some connector won t connect 5 Ignore your doubts Usually you re so busy working that you don t have the time to think about all

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  • Top 10 Spots to Take the Perfect Instagram Photo
    it s all about having the right exposure I think the best way to make the photo come alive is to shoot the cloud with some human element to give the clouds in the back some perspective offering the viewers a true sense of size 3 Aleutian Islands Alaska This image is probably my best surfing photo I ve shot in my whole career Everything lined up perfectly in this one moment when Alex Gray carved up a beautiful wave with the Aleutian Volcano in the background The main key is to have steady hands as you track motion and the best way to eliminate blur is to shoot with a fast shutter speed 4 Faroe Islands Denmark The Faroe Islands can be found sandwiched right in between Norway and Iceland There is something unique about their beauty like this stunning waterfall ebb flowing down into the sea There is a perfect little ledge a slight hike from the falls where you can walk out and get the best angle 5 Grand Prismatic Springs Wyoming I ve recently been shooting more aerial photography and this view from up above of the Grand Prismatic Springs in Wyoming still makes my jaw drop every time I look at it Here I m holding onto my camera for dear life as I shoot out the door of the heli I literally squeeze my camera with a death grip because I don t want to lose it above the sky With so much movement and shakiness that happens in a heli I have to shoot really fast at least 1 1000th of a second shutter speed to freeze any motion and blur 6 Alberta Canada While riding in a helicopter with wind chill of 50 degrees I stuck my camera outside and started snapping photos of Mt Assiniboine during sunset To shoot in such cold conditions heated gloves have saved my life and photos countless times I ll toast up my hands for the whole shoot and when it comes to showtime I ll pull my hands out of the oven mitts and start shooting away In order to deal with frost lens fog and other weather related issues you need to let your camera equipment acclimate to the weather it will be shooting in Hot or cold if a camera changes temperatures too quickly there will be problems I like to keep my equipment in a cooler overnight before a shoot like this to let it adapt to the weather 7 Monument Valley Utah This Navajo man sits atop his horse while waiting for the sun to rise above the rock formations of Monument Valley in Utah Getting the best sunset shot is really trial and error You can t be afraid to shoot into the sun because you ll get some varied exposures that offer different looks and lighting The sun flares also make for interesting composition as well 8 Buchupureo Chile Even with roaring waves and tempestuous tides in Chile this

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  • Apps | The Red Bulletin
    us via Instagram Subscribe for the Newsletter Search Search Latest articles Recommended articles Tags Latest articles Recommended articles Tags Latest articles Recommended articles Tags Latest articles Recommended articles Tags Home Apps Apps 12 articles found Lifestyle The internet of things Making everyday life simpler Lifestyle Precise smaller better The end of tracking bracelets the rise of everyday items equipped with sensors Sports 10 best Apps of the year Apple has officially released its best Apps of 2015 here s the top ten Lifestyle Surf securely on the net NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden reveals how you can stay anonymous on the Net Lifestyle remote control Sync your life wirelessly with this innovative smart tech Culture Star Wars Striking back As the new film hits cinemas here s the low down on this year s biggest release Bullevard Small screen changes Four things that have made the world of TV even better Lifestyle Apps of the Month Small Wonders Out soon for your tablets and phones Load more Back To top Sports Culture Lifestyle Bullevard Country editions Austria France Germany International Ireland Mexico South Africa South Korea Switzerland United Kingdom United States International editions de en es fr Follow us Facebook Instagram

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  • Game Changers | The Red Bulletin
    us via Instagram Subscribe for the Newsletter Search Search Latest articles Recommended articles Tags Latest articles Recommended articles Tags Latest articles Recommended articles Tags Latest articles Recommended articles Tags Home Game Changers Game Changers 17 articles found Lifestyle The internet of things Making everyday life simpler Lifestyle Show what you want to say EMOJIS Adding colour to our language if we ve understood correctly Lifestyle The Hollywood producer Megan Ellison turning brave filmmaking into box office success Lifestyle The meat of the future Grasshoppers larvae and honeypot ants our food of the future Lifestyle Nuclear waste Do we seriously want to bury the stuff for the next 100 000 years Lifestyle taylor swift She just hasn t posed for Playboy the star embraced feminism in 2015 Lifestyle The savior of football The US Attorney General is taking FIFA to task and saving it in the process Lifestyle The Void virtual reality The wait is over The Void makes virtual reality an everyday resource Load more Back To top Sports Culture Lifestyle Bullevard Country editions Austria France Germany International Ireland Mexico South Africa South Korea Switzerland United Kingdom United States International editions de en es fr Follow us Facebook Instagram Newsletter

    Original URL path: https://www.redbulletin.com/int/en/tags/game-changers (2016-02-15)
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  • Emojis
    Emojis Home Lifestyle Emojis Adding colour to our language if we ve understood correctly Game Changers Technology THE ORIGINAL WHICH TRANSLATES AS People the world over now communicate using emojis It doesn t matter if they re happy sad or deep in thought Sadly it s sometimes rather difficult to know what the emoji actually means A dictionary would come in handy But don t overthink it and don t get confused The main thing is to send the pile of sh t emoji as often as you can That s just the sort of thing that makes us laugh around these parts We re told 2016 will see the arrival of several new emojis like this hand It means Call me Perhaps that should have been the very first emoji Lifestyle The Hollywood producer Megan Ellison turning brave filmmaking into box office success For anyone born before 1990 the stuck out tongue and winking eye emoji means Welcome to the hellish irony of Generation Y The Red Bulletin presents Game Changers The people things and ideas that will change our lives in 2016 Game Changers Technology 01 2016 The Red Bulletin Recommended articles Back To top Sports Culture Lifestyle

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  • Food | The Red Bulletin
    of the future Grasshoppers larvae and honeypot ants our food of the future Bullevard Magnus Nilsson Magnus Nilsson The chef with a killer instinct Lifestyle Future Food Part of two of The Red Bulletin s special on the future of food Lifestyle Future Food Meat from the lab Eggs without chickens And milk that s not from an udder Lifestyle Fit fitter fittest How does Braden Currie stay at the

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  • Survival Menu
    for free from Mother Nature Adventure Bullevard Outdoor FISH Attract them using insects blood or vomit Catch them on a hook fashioned from a sharpened twig Save the guts as new bait Beware fish that don t look like fish Photo Corbis DANDELIONS A delicious coffee replacement Wash roots of soil roast until they are dark brown boil for 15 about minutes They contain eight times the vitamin C of lettuce Foto Corbis URINE You won t die but your kidneys will suffer In 1994 Mauro Prosperi got lost in the desert on the Marathon des Sables and survived after eight days of self hydration Foto Getty Images INSECTS Avoid anything that has scales is hairy or very colourful and the critters that smell bite or sting Catch them in the daytime as they crawl about Swallow them raw or fry them Foto Getty Images CAMBIUM The soft bit under the bark of many trees types of pine maple and spruce for example can be boiled until soft then scoffed Contains sugar starch and trace minerals Foto Snap Decision Getty Images SNAKES All snakes are edible and taste like chicken Trap one by the head with a two pronged stick

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  • Start-up | The Red Bulletin
    Search Search Latest articles Recommended articles Tags Latest articles Recommended articles Tags Latest articles Recommended articles Tags Latest articles Recommended articles Tags Home Start up Start up 15 articles found Lifestyle More unreasonable ideas Raúl de Anda and José Medina want to free us all from the tyranny of conformity Lifestyle Super Herr Climber Hugh Herr is a medical pioneer and cyborg who wants to optimise humanity Lifestyle Future Gadgets 13 ideas that might change the world Part 3 Future gadgets Lifestyle A look into the future 13 ideas that might change the world Part 2 What the future holds Lifestyle Into the future 13 ideas that might change the world Part 1 Flying wonders Lifestyle The Balkan Pioneers We take a look at a new generation of start ups coming out of the region Lifestyle Go East We take a look at a new generation of start ups coming out of the region Lifestyle Future Food Part of two of The Red Bulletin s special on the future of food Load more Back To top Sports Culture Lifestyle Bullevard Country editions Austria France Germany International Ireland Mexico South Africa South Korea Switzerland United Kingdom United States International editions de

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