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PhilsComputerLab

If you like retro PC gaming, then check out Phil's YouTube channels of video goodies:

http://www.youtube.com/user/philscomputerlab

"Every generation has their retro time, and every era is exciting, unique and deserves some love. What combines all of them are the games. But many games don't run well on modern machines, so I like to build retro gaming PCs or, like I call them: time machines!

Be it DOS with Sound Blaster and Roland music, a Windows 98 gaming machine with 3dfx Voodoo graphics, Windows XP, which covers a massive range of games up to around 2007 and newer stuff. They are all cool and interesting.

I am a bit of penny pincher and get a kick out of buying cheap parts, that once cost a small fortune and re-living the past. My modern PC is fairly average, but my retro PCs are quite cool and I like to pick legendary or iconic parts that represent milestones and bring back good memories.

I think that my videos are quite unique, I do all sorts of different ones, if you like a bit of everything you will enjoy them!"

Unable to change the size percentages in my submitted video. (Wtf Talk)

http://videosift.com/video/The-Orvilles-Intro-duction-After-Its-Pilot-Episode has:

<iframe src="https://streamable.com/s/8iun2/fgjgxx" frameborder="0" width="485%" height="485%" allowfullscreen="true" style="width: 485%; height: 485%; position: absolute;"></iframe>

485% for the video's height and width that are too big. When I change ther numbers, they keep going back to 485. VS is annoying. How can I have it not change my values?


Thank you in advance.

BAHFest's YouTube Videos

BAHFest's YouTube channel has many videos of its "BAH! The Festival of Bad Ad Hoc Hypotheses!

... many celebrations of well-argued and thoroughly researched but completely incorrect evolutionary theory. Our brave speakers presented their bad theories in front of a live audience and a panel of judges with real science credentials, who together determined who took home the coveted sculpture of Darwin shrugging skeptically. And eternal glory, of course..."


An example is with Negative Repercussions of the Repopulation of Deer Species.


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