• New Mexico Backcountry Discovery Route

    Dual sport adventure riding thru NM backcounty roads

    published: 17 Oct 2017
  • NMBDR New Mexico Backcountry Discovery Route - Section 1

    http://ridebdr.com/NMBDR Section 1 of the New Mexico Backcountry Discovery Route - Dell City, TX to Ruidoso, NM The southern starting point of Section 1 of the NMBDR riding kicks off in Dell City, TX, a small farming community just across the border. The landscape here may be nothing to write home about, but hang in there, the Land of Enchantment awaits! Make sure to top off your fuel tank before leaving town, it will be a long time before you hit the next service station. Head north out of Dell City and you’ll end up at the foothills of the Guadalupe Rim, which is flanked by the Guadalupe Mountains to the Northeast. Savor the warm weather while you can - before you know it you’ll be ascending 5,000 feet onto the rim itself by way of a short segment of incredible tarmac. Absorb the ...

    published: 08 Jan 2016
  • Latest Mystery Of Maya Civilization National Geographic - Documenatry & Discovery ™

    The Maya civilization was a Mesoamerican civilization developed by the Maya peoples, and noted for its hieroglyphic script—the only known fully developed writing system of the pre-Columbian Americas—as well as for its art, architecture, mathematics, calendar, and astronomical system. The Maya civilization developed in an area that encompasses southeastern Mexico, all of Guatemala and Belize, and the western portions of Honduras and El Salvador. This region consists of the northern lowlands encompassing the Yucatán Peninsula, and the highlands of the Sierra Madre, running from the Mexican state of Chiapas, across southern Guatemala and onwards into El Salvador, and the southern lowlands of the Pacific littoral plain. The Archaic period, prior to 2000 BC, saw the first developments in agric...

    published: 26 Sep 2016
  • NMBDR Day 1 Dell City NM to Weed NM, New Mexico Backcountry Discovery Route

    On the first day we started outside of the Guadalupe Mountains Nation Park around noon. We rode 54 miles to Dell City where we topped off our tanks and our stomachs before we started. The whole way along the ridge probably 40 miles of freshly graded larger loose rock. Also the only time my Dad went down on one of his brand new Tusk Panniers. Made him mad enough he kept from going down anymore the whole trip. Let’s just say I made up for it in the later sand section. We road all the way to Weed. A total of 210 miles. Grabbed some stuff for breakfast, the next day, at the Weed Gas station. We camped at the community center in town.

    published: 09 Jul 2017
  • NMBDR Day 7 Abiquiu NM to Antonito CO, New Mexico Backcountry Discovery Route

    Last day we decided not to do the technical section after the worry of running out of time. I’m not sure if it is part of the route any more there were talks of closing that section. So we took the alternate route which was a great road itself. Forest and high meadow for the most part all day. It was a nice section with a little mud here and there from the rain the day before. There were some neat section that were between a two track and a forestry road. This section had been closed till a week before we started. We road over 10,000’ elevation, went around a few snow drifts at higher elevations. At the end there were three water sections where the river had over flowed its banks. The sections were around 100 yards long with corners in them. There was no way to see the end of the water wit...

    published: 19 Jul 2017
  • NMBDR New Mexico Backcountry Discovery Route Documentary Trailer

    http://ridebdr.com/NMBDR If you grew up watching westerns on TV, the landscapes on the New Mexico BDR will bring back memories. It’s true Wild West with the history to prove it. You’ll ride through areas where the notorious outlaw ‘Billy the Kid’ made history by eluding authorities and see the land the same way he did because not much has changed in many of these places. Wild horses, landscapes that roll on forever and the tiniest of towns highlight this route. Beginning in Dell City, TX you’ll enjoy the Guadalupe Rim views on your way to the high-elevation historic town of Cloudcroft. Hot springs, and lakeside camping can be found on your way into the mountains of the Gila National Forest and you’ll even be a stone’s throw from AZ before heading back to the north east toward Colorado. ...

    published: 31 Dec 2015
  • Major natural gas discovery could have big impact in New Mexico

    Major natural gas discovery could have big impact in New Mexico - Source: http://krqe.com/2017/08/19/major-natural-gas-discovery-could-have-big-impact-on-northern-new-mexico/

    published: 20 Aug 2017
  • New Mexican Lowriders on Discovery - long version

    Thanks Discovery! Lowlow Medina, Phil Gonzales, Orlando Baca, Danny Roybal

    published: 08 Jun 2011
  • What Can Explain This New Mexico UFO Sighting?

    What did police sergeant Lonnie Zamora see in 1964 near Socorro, New Mexico? Theories include a NASA lunar test mission, but this mystery remains unexplained. Watch full episodes of NASA's Unexplained Files: https://www.sciencechannelgo.com/nasas-unexplained-files/ Subscribe to Science Channel: http://bit.ly/SubscribeScience Check out the all new seeker.com: http://www.seeker.com/

    published: 19 Oct 2016
  • Archaeologists Find Amazing Discovery Underneath Mexican Pyramid

    A secret tunnel was discovered beneath the Pyramid of the Moon in the ancient city of Teotihuacán. The tunnel is believed to be a representation of the underworld. NEW CHANNEL- TOP 10 GAMING http://bit.ly/2qCbvUk Subscribe To Inform Overload: https://www.youtube.com/user/InformOverload ------------------------------------ STORY LINK: http://bit.ly/2uIBloi ------------------------------------ MAIL US SOMETHING: P.O BOX # 14015 2408 Lakeshore Blvd W. Etobicoke, On M8V4A2 ------------------------------------ CONNECT WITH US: Instagram: http://instagram.com/informoverload Twitter: https://twitter.com/InformOverload Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/InformOverload Website: http://www.informoverload.com iO T-Shirts: http://iostore.spreadshirt.com ------------------------------------ IN ...

    published: 10 Jul 2017
  • SHOCKING DISCOVERY : Tower of human skulls in Mexico 2017- 2018

    Original title : Tower of human skulls in Mexico casts new light on Aztecs !! VIDEO SHOWS: RESEARCHERS EXTRACTING SKULLS FROM TOWER, RESEARCHERS CATALOGING SKULLS, RESTORERS RESTORING SKULLS, SOUNDBITES FROM ANTHROPOLOGIST AND RESEARCHER ABOUT THE SKULLS, ARCHAEOLOGIST WORKING ON SKULLS IN TOWER, SOUNDBITE FROM ARCHAEOLOGIST LORENA VAZQUEZ ON SKULLS SHOWS: MEXICO CITY, MEXICO (JUNE 30, 2017) (REUTERS - ACCESS ALL) 1. GENERAL VIEW OF RESEARCHERS WORKING AT EXCAVATION SITE 2. RESEARCHER USING TOOL TO REMOVE DIRT AND DUST FROM SKULL IN ORDER TO EXTRACT IT 3. RESEARCHER EXTRACTING SKULL AND PUTTING IT ONTO FOAM TRAY 4. FOAM TRAY WITH SKULL ON IT BEING MOVED 5. RESEARCHER INSPECTING SKULL 6. BASE OF TOWER MADE UP OF SKULLS 7. SKULLS THAT ARE PART OF TOWER 8. CLOSE UP OF SKULL 9. (SOUNDBITE) (Sp...

    published: 03 Jul 2017
  • Divers discover 215-mile-long cave in Mexico full of Mayan relics

    A group of divers have connected two underwater caverns in eastern Mexico to reveal what is believed to be the biggest flooded cave on the planet, a discovery that could help shed new light on the ancient Maya civilisation. The Gran Acuifero Maya, (GAM) a project dedicated to the study and preservation of the subterranean waters of the Yucatan peninsula, said the 347 kilometre- (216 mile-) cave was identified after months of exploring a maze of underwater channels. Near the beach resort of Tulum, the group found that the cave system known as Sac Actun, once measured at 263 km (163 miles), communicated with the 83 km- (52 km-) Dos Ojos system, the GAM said in a statement. For that reason, Sac Actun now absorbs Dos Ojos. The Yucatan peninsula of Mexico is studded with monumental relics of...

    published: 18 Jan 2018
  • New Mexico State University - What will you discover?

    https://nmsu.edu/

    published: 26 Aug 2016
  • NMBDR New Mexico Backcountry Discovery Routes - Section 2

    http://ridebdr.com/NMBDR Section 2 of the New Mexico Backcountry Discovery Route - Ruidoso to Truth or Consequences, NM This section begins with a series of rock-based, mountain roads. You’ll twist and turn through high-elevation deciduous forest and across numerous slow-moving streams enroute to Ruidoso, an engaging mountain hamlet. The route continues north of town on its timbered trek before dropping into the Tularosa Valley and onward to the Town of Carrizozo. If you’ve been experiencing bike issues, the ‘Carrizozo Bike Shop’ has an extensive knowledge of European and other metric-spec bikes. Not long after a short jaunt on US Highway 380, the pavement changes to dirt and begins to turn north by way of a spectacular double-track. Take it ALL in, this is New Mexico at it’s ne...

    published: 13 Jan 2016
  • 2018 New Mexico Backcountry Discovery Route (BDR)

    A 1200 mile solo trip through the stunning landscape of New Mexico. Read more about the BDR at https://ridebdr.com/NMBDR. Music "Crazy Things" - Junior Lee Klegseth "Long Way Home" - Junior Lee Klegseth "57 Miles" - The Shafran-Klegseth Band

    published: 16 May 2018
  • Off-Road Adventure in New Mexico with the Land Rover Discovery Sport

    We took the Discovery Sport on an adventure in New Mexico where it came across tough terrain and breathtaking scenery. Find out more here: http://www.landroverofficialmagazine.com/#!new-mexico Follow the conversation: http://Facebook.com/LandRover http://Twitter.com/LandRover http://Instagram.com/LandRover

    published: 03 Mar 2015
  • Expediente ovni 01. Roswell - La Verdad (Discovery MAX)

    Todo sobre el caso de el accidente aereo de Roswell (Nuevo Mexico) en 1974. Verdad o montaje Mas videos Discovery Max: http://pc-aputnes.blogspot.com.es/p/blog-page_30.html

    published: 05 Apr 2013
  • Did Japan Colonize New Mexico?: Who Discovered America? #2.5

    I just want to do a quick footnote video to go along with the big Before Columbus part three. My last video on east Asian theories didn’t quite go into one important potential beater of Columbus in Japan. Step Back is made possible by the generous contributions of viewers like you, consider helping at https://www.patreon.com/stepbackhistory You can also help by getting your hands on Step Back merchandise over at https://shop.spreadshirt.com/StepBack/ Step Back is a history channel releasing videos biweekly that endeavors to go past the names, dates, and battles you might find elsewhere. It invites you to take a step back, consider the past and how it connects to today. We search for the quirky, unconventional, and just plain weird parts of our collective story. SUBSCRIBE and join us! h...

    published: 26 Oct 2016
  • NMBDR Day 2 Weed NM to Ruidoso NM, New Mexico Backcountry Discovery Route

    On the second day we packed up and headed towards Ruidoso where we would be able to sleep in a bed, or couch. One of the sections coming in to Ruidoso was pretty technical with loose rock and steep grades. All and all was a nice ride through the hills and mountains. With a total of 148 miles for the day.

    published: 10 Jul 2017
  • NM murder case featured on Discovery

    NM murder case featured on Discovery

    published: 10 Jun 2013
  • Major New Discovery: Ancient Maya 'Megalopolis' in Guatemala

    Researchers using a high-tech aerial mapping technique have found tens of thousands of previously undetected Mayan houses, buildings, defence works and pyramids in the dense jungle of Guatemala’s Peten region, suggesting that millions more people lived there than previously thought. Image credits: Canuto & Auld-Thomas/PACUNAM via AP, Wild Blue Media, Channel 4, National Geographic This video is a news update for educational purposes only. The project's discoveries will feature in a Channel 4 programme called Lost Cities of the Maya: Revealed, airing in the UK on Sunday 11 February, 2018, at 20:00 GMT.

    published: 04 Feb 2018
  • Discovery Channel Casas Bio Inteligentes "earthship"

    Discovery Channel Casas Bio Inteligentes http://earthship.com/ Main Office and Nightly Rentals reception@earthship.com +1 (575) 751-0462 Visitor Center +1 (575) 613-4409 Mailing Address: P.O. Box 1041, Taos, NM 87571 Michael E. "Mike" Reynolds is an American architect based in New Mexico known for the design and construction of Earthships. He is a proponent of "radically sustainable living". He has been a critic of the profession of architecture for its failure to deal with the amount of waste that building design creates. Puedes visitar el website de Michael E. "Mike" Reynolds, mencionando que viste este documental

    published: 09 Jun 2014
  • BP announces Mancos shale discovery in New Mexico

    #oilwire - BP announced today it has brought online a highly productive natural gas well in the Mancos shale, highlighting the potential of the New Mexico field to be a significant new source of U.S. natural gas supply. Early production rates at the NEBU 602 Com 1H well in San Juan County are the highest achieved in the past 14 years within the San Juan basin, a large oil and gas producing area spanning southwest Colorado and northeast New Mexico that includes the Mancos shale. The well achieved an average 30-day initial production rate of 12.9 MMcfgd. “We are delighted with the initial production rate of this well,” said Dave Lawler, CEO of BP’s U.S. Lower 48 onshore business. “This result supports our strategic view that significant resource potential exists in the San Juan basin, and ...

    published: 07 Aug 2017
  • NMBDR New Mexico Backcountry Discovery Route - Section 7

    http://ridebdr.com/NMBDR New Mexico Backcountry Discovery Route SECTION7 - CUBA, NM to ANTONITO, CO "We've saved the best for last!" The final leg of the NMBDR is perfection, rocky mountain style. Be sure to stop in Abiquiu to fuel up and to view one of New Mexico's oldest churches before concluding the ride, which has two options. Up for one last challenge? Head west and then north outside of Abiquiu to arrive to El Rito via a scenic byway distinctive for a prominent ridge above Canon del Cobre in the Carson National Forest. (The route is less difficult if ridden north to south, as the rocky ledges are more easily descended rather than climbed.) Or, jump on highway 554, the paved main road that leads to El Rito. The closing 100 miles of the NMBDR are highlighted by an array of flowy ...

    published: 19 Apr 2016
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New Mexico Backcountry Discovery Route
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New Mexico Backcountry Discovery Route

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Dual sport adventure riding thru NM backcounty roads
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NMBDR New Mexico Backcountry Discovery Route - Section 1
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NMBDR New Mexico Backcountry Discovery Route - Section 1

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http://ridebdr.com/NMBDR Section 1 of the New Mexico Backcountry Discovery Route - Dell City, TX to Ruidoso, NM The southern starting point of Section 1 of the NMBDR riding kicks off in Dell City, TX, a small farming community just across the border. The landscape here may be nothing to write home about, but hang in there, the Land of Enchantment awaits! Make sure to top off your fuel tank before leaving town, it will be a long time before you hit the next service station. Head north out of Dell City and you’ll end up at the foothills of the Guadalupe Rim, which is flanked by the Guadalupe Mountains to the Northeast. Savor the warm weather while you can - before you know it you’ll be ascending 5,000 feet onto the rim itself by way of a short segment of incredible tarmac. Absorb the majestic scenery at the top of the Crow Flats Valley you just rode through, as well as the Brokeoff Mountains to the west. Fuel up again in Weed and point your cycle west through the Sacramento Mountains. Lovely primitive campsites dot the way throughout the entire route. Heads up: these roads may be impassable when they’re wet. Soon you’ll spy White Sands National Monument in the distance while traveling on West Side Rd. The high country Town of Cloudcroft happens to be one of the most iconic towns in all of New Mexico - we recommend spending a few hours here to fully soak in the charm. Enjoy award-winning apple pie at the legendary Apple Barn prior to embarking on Section 2 of the NMBDR. For BDR maps, DVDs, stickers and more visit https://touratech-usa.com/Adventure-Motorcycle-Travel?a=61
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Latest Mystery Of Maya Civilization National Geographic - Documenatry & Discovery ™
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Latest Mystery Of Maya Civilization National Geographic - Documenatry & Discovery ™

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The Maya civilization was a Mesoamerican civilization developed by the Maya peoples, and noted for its hieroglyphic script—the only known fully developed writing system of the pre-Columbian Americas—as well as for its art, architecture, mathematics, calendar, and astronomical system. The Maya civilization developed in an area that encompasses southeastern Mexico, all of Guatemala and Belize, and the western portions of Honduras and El Salvador. This region consists of the northern lowlands encompassing the Yucatán Peninsula, and the highlands of the Sierra Madre, running from the Mexican state of Chiapas, across southern Guatemala and onwards into El Salvador, and the southern lowlands of the Pacific littoral plain. The Archaic period, prior to 2000 BC, saw the first developments in agriculture and the earliest villages. The Preclassic period (c. 2000 BC to 250 AD) saw the establishment of the first complex societies in the Maya region, and the cultivation of the staple crops of the Maya diet, including maize, beans, squashes, and chili peppers. The first Maya cities developed around 750 BC, and by 500 BC these cities possessed monumental architecture, including large temples with elaborate stucco façades. Hieroglyphic writing was being used in the Maya region by the 3rd century BC. In the Late Preclassic a number of large cities developed in the Petén Basin, and Kaminaljuyu rose to prominence in the Guatemalan Highlands. Beginning around 250 AD, the Classic period is largely defined as when the Maya were raising sculpted monuments with Long Count dates. This period saw the Maya civilization develop a large number of city-states linked by a complex trade network. In the Maya Lowlands two great rivals, Tikal and Calakmul, became powerful. The Classic period also saw the intrusive intervention of the central Mexican city of Teotihuacan in Maya dynastic politics. In the 9th century, there was a widespread political collapse in the central Maya region, resulting in internecine warfare, the abandonment of cities, and a northward shift of population. The Postclassic period saw the rise of Chichen Itza in the north, and the expansion of the aggressive K'iche' kingdom in the Guatemalan Highlands. In the 16th century, the Spanish Empire colonised the Mesoamerican region, and a lengthy series of campaigns saw the fall of Nojpetén, the last Maya city in 1697. Classic period rule was centred on the concept of the "divine king", who acted as a mediator between mortals and the supernatural realm. Kingship was patrilineal, and power would normally pass to the eldest son. A prospective king was also expected to be a successful war leader. Maya politics was dominated by a closed system of patronage, although the exact political make-up of a kingdom varied from city-state to city-state. By the Late Classic, the aristocracy had greatly increased, resulting in the corresponding reduction in the exclusive power of the divine king. The Maya civilization developed highly sophisticated artforms, and the Maya created art using both perishable and non-perishable materials, including wood, jade, obsidian, ceramics, sculpted stone monuments, stucco, and finely painted murals. Maya cities tended to expand haphazardly, and the city centre would be occupied by ceremonial and administrative complexes, surrounded by an irregular sprawl of residential districts. Different parts of a city would often be linked by causeways. The principal architecture of the city consisted of palaces, pyramid-temples, ceremonial ballcourts, and structures aligned for astronomical observation. The Maya elite were literate, and developed a complex system of hieroglyphic writing that was the most advanced in the pre-Columbian Americas. The Maya recorded their history and ritual knowledge in screenfold books, of which only three uncontested examples remain, the rest having been destroyed by the Spanish. There are also a great many examples of Maya text found on stelae and ceramics. The Maya developed a highly complex series of interlocking ritual calendars, and employed mathematics that included one of the earliest instances of the explicit zero in the world. As a part of their religion, the Maya practised human sacrifice. We want to hear your opinion! Like & Comment. Don't Forget To LIKE this video! We share information only for educational purposes Subscribe & Join us : https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC53SAzzOwgVE08y2A2b9RNw?sub_confirmation=1 (SUBSCRIBE) https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC53SAzzOwgVE08y2A2b9RNw?sub_confirmation=1 ----- THANK YOU, for Supporting us with your important Feedback! We love ♥ space"
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NMBDR Day 1 Dell City NM to Weed NM, New Mexico Backcountry Discovery Route
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NMBDR Day 1 Dell City NM to Weed NM, New Mexico Backcountry Discovery Route

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On the first day we started outside of the Guadalupe Mountains Nation Park around noon. We rode 54 miles to Dell City where we topped off our tanks and our stomachs before we started. The whole way along the ridge probably 40 miles of freshly graded larger loose rock. Also the only time my Dad went down on one of his brand new Tusk Panniers. Made him mad enough he kept from going down anymore the whole trip. Let’s just say I made up for it in the later sand section. We road all the way to Weed. A total of 210 miles. Grabbed some stuff for breakfast, the next day, at the Weed Gas station. We camped at the community center in town.
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NMBDR Day 7 Abiquiu NM to Antonito CO, New Mexico Backcountry Discovery Route
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NMBDR Day 7 Abiquiu NM to Antonito CO, New Mexico Backcountry Discovery Route

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Last day we decided not to do the technical section after the worry of running out of time. I’m not sure if it is part of the route any more there were talks of closing that section. So we took the alternate route which was a great road itself. Forest and high meadow for the most part all day. It was a nice section with a little mud here and there from the rain the day before. There were some neat section that were between a two track and a forestry road. This section had been closed till a week before we started. We road over 10,000’ elevation, went around a few snow drifts at higher elevations. At the end there were three water sections where the river had over flowed its banks. The sections were around 100 yards long with corners in them. There was no way to see the end of the water without walking it out or just riding through. All of them were rock and gravel luckily there was no washouts or problem areas in them. We finished the official route at 1303 miles in Antonito. We ate some lunch and headed on to Trinidad to meet my mother with the trailer, to haul them back home the next day. With a total of 285 miles for the day. The total trip from start to end was 1445 miles of mostly dirt.
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NMBDR New Mexico Backcountry Discovery Route Documentary Trailer
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NMBDR New Mexico Backcountry Discovery Route Documentary Trailer

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http://ridebdr.com/NMBDR If you grew up watching westerns on TV, the landscapes on the New Mexico BDR will bring back memories. It’s true Wild West with the history to prove it. You’ll ride through areas where the notorious outlaw ‘Billy the Kid’ made history by eluding authorities and see the land the same way he did because not much has changed in many of these places. Wild horses, landscapes that roll on forever and the tiniest of towns highlight this route. Beginning in Dell City, TX you’ll enjoy the Guadalupe Rim views on your way to the high-elevation historic town of Cloudcroft. Hot springs, and lakeside camping can be found on your way into the mountains of the Gila National Forest and you’ll even be a stone’s throw from AZ before heading back to the north east toward Colorado. Highlights include Chloride Canyon, long stretches between towns and endless dispersed camping options. The last section north of Abiquiu winds through high mountains with open meadows with groves of aspen trees and is as beautiful as it gets. Best time of year: Late May/June and September/October. July and August are monsoon season with extremely high temperatures and not recommended. For more information on the NMBDR project and to download the free GPS tracks of the route, visit http://ridebdr.com/NMBDR For BDR maps, DVDs, stickers and more visit https://touratech-usa.com/Adventure-Motorcycle-Travel?a=61
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Major natural gas discovery could have big impact in New Mexico
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Major natural gas discovery could have big impact in New Mexico

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Major natural gas discovery could have big impact in New Mexico - Source: http://krqe.com/2017/08/19/major-natural-gas-discovery-could-have-big-impact-on-northern-new-mexico/
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New Mexican Lowriders on Discovery - long version
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New Mexican Lowriders on Discovery - long version

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What Can Explain This New Mexico UFO Sighting?
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What Can Explain This New Mexico UFO Sighting?

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What did police sergeant Lonnie Zamora see in 1964 near Socorro, New Mexico? Theories include a NASA lunar test mission, but this mystery remains unexplained. Watch full episodes of NASA's Unexplained Files: https://www.sciencechannelgo.com/nasas-unexplained-files/ Subscribe to Science Channel: http://bit.ly/SubscribeScience Check out the all new seeker.com: http://www.seeker.com/
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Archaeologists Find Amazing Discovery Underneath Mexican Pyramid
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Archaeologists Find Amazing Discovery Underneath Mexican Pyramid

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A secret tunnel was discovered beneath the Pyramid of the Moon in the ancient city of Teotihuacán. The tunnel is believed to be a representation of the underworld. NEW CHANNEL- TOP 10 GAMING http://bit.ly/2qCbvUk Subscribe To Inform Overload: https://www.youtube.com/user/InformOverload ------------------------------------ STORY LINK: http://bit.ly/2uIBloi ------------------------------------ MAIL US SOMETHING: P.O BOX # 14015 2408 Lakeshore Blvd W. Etobicoke, On M8V4A2 ------------------------------------ CONNECT WITH US: Instagram: http://instagram.com/informoverload Twitter: https://twitter.com/InformOverload Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/InformOverload Website: http://www.informoverload.com iO T-Shirts: http://iostore.spreadshirt.com ------------------------------------ IN THIS VIDEO: Charlotte Dobre: http://instagram.com/charlaychaplin ------------------------------------ VIDEO EDITED BY: Dylan Lamovsek : https://twitter.com/uptownduck00
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SHOCKING DISCOVERY :  Tower of human skulls in Mexico  2017- 2018
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SHOCKING DISCOVERY : Tower of human skulls in Mexico 2017- 2018

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Original title : Tower of human skulls in Mexico casts new light on Aztecs !! VIDEO SHOWS: RESEARCHERS EXTRACTING SKULLS FROM TOWER, RESEARCHERS CATALOGING SKULLS, RESTORERS RESTORING SKULLS, SOUNDBITES FROM ANTHROPOLOGIST AND RESEARCHER ABOUT THE SKULLS, ARCHAEOLOGIST WORKING ON SKULLS IN TOWER, SOUNDBITE FROM ARCHAEOLOGIST LORENA VAZQUEZ ON SKULLS SHOWS: MEXICO CITY, MEXICO (JUNE 30, 2017) (REUTERS - ACCESS ALL) 1. GENERAL VIEW OF RESEARCHERS WORKING AT EXCAVATION SITE 2. RESEARCHER USING TOOL TO REMOVE DIRT AND DUST FROM SKULL IN ORDER TO EXTRACT IT 3. RESEARCHER EXTRACTING SKULL AND PUTTING IT ONTO FOAM TRAY 4. FOAM TRAY WITH SKULL ON IT BEING MOVED 5. RESEARCHER INSPECTING SKULL 6. BASE OF TOWER MADE UP OF SKULLS 7. SKULLS THAT ARE PART OF TOWER 8. CLOSE UP OF SKULL 9. (SOUNDBITE) (Spanish) ANTHROPOLOGIST, RODRIGO BOLANOS, SAYING: "They had the hypothesis that they were only going to find men, warriors, prisoners of war, but no. What we are seeing with the physical anthropology team is that there exists an important representation of women and children too, what we hadn't expected. It was not expected to find them here." 10. CHILD'S SKULL EXTRACTED FROM THE TOWER 11. CLOSE UP OF CHILD'S SKULL 12. GENERAL VIEW OF SCIENTIFIC RESTORERS WORKING ON TABLE FULL OF SKULLS 13. SKULLS ON TABLE 14. CLOSE UP OF TEETH IN SKULL 15. (SOUNDBITE) (Spanish) DIRECTOR OF THE URBAN ARCHAEOLOGY PROGRAM AT THE INSTITUTE OF ANTHROPOLOGY AND HISTORY, RAUL BARRERA, SAYING: "They [the skulls] will allow us to know more about religion and the activities that were carried out in relation to the Templo Mayor because this speaks to us of a connection that existed to the ritual aspects that were carried out in the main building of the Mexicas but also with these other buildings as is the case of Tzompantli [referring to Huey Tzompantli, a massive array of skulls - this tower is believed to be a part of that]." 16. ANTHROPOLOGIST STUDYING SKULL 17. SKULL BEING LOOKED AT BY ANTHROPOLOGIST 18. ANTHROPOLOGISTS INSPECTING AND CLASSIFYING SKULLS 19. GENERAL VIEW OF RESTORATION TEAM WORKING ON SKULLS 20. RESTORER CLEANING SKULL 21. CLOSE UP OF RESTORER WORKING ON SKULL 22. (SOUNDBITE) (Spanish) ARCHAEOLOGIST, LORENA VAZQUEZ, SAYING: "Well, we realize that if a large number of individuals were placed [there]. So certainly this context where you are seeing a palisade with many semi-detached skulls and where you are also seeing a tower on each side and this tower is made up of skulls - it must have been shocking for the people who saw it. Then, without a doubt, it is a way to show off or demonstrate power or capability of the Mexica people." 23. ARCHAEOLOGIST, LORENA VAZQUEZ, WORKING AT TOWER OF SKULLS 24. CLOSE UP OF SKULLS 25. VAZQUEZ BRUSHING DIRT INTO DUSTPAN 26. SKULLS AS PART OF TOWER STORY: A tower of human skulls unearthed beneath the heart of Mexico City has raised new questions about the culture of sacrifice in the Aztec Empire after crania of women and children surfaced among the hundreds embedded in the forbidding structure. Archaeologists have found more than 650 skulls caked in lime and thousands of fragments in the cylindrical edifice near the site of the Templo Mayor, one of the main temples in the Aztec capital Tenochtitlan, which later became Mexico City. The tower is believed to form part of the Huey Tzompantli, a massive array of skulls that struck fear into the Spanish conquistadores when they captured the city under Hernan Cortes, and mentioned the structure in contemporary accounts. Historians relate how the severed heads of captured warriors adorned tzompantli, or skull racks, found in a number of Mesoamerican cultures before the Spanish conquest. But the archaeological dig in the bowels of old Mexico City that began in 2015 suggests that picture was not complete. Anthropologist said the discovery of skulls belonging to women and children was unexpected. Raul Barrera, one of the archaeologists working at the site alongside the huge Metropolitan Cathedral built over the Templo Mayor, said the skulls would have been set in the tower after they had stood on public display on the tzompantli. Roughly six meters in diameter, the tower stood on the corner of the chapel of Huitzilopochtli, Aztec god of the sun, war and human sacrifice. Its base has yet to be unearthed.
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Divers discover 215-mile-long cave in Mexico full of Mayan relics
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Divers discover 215-mile-long cave in Mexico full of Mayan relics

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A group of divers have connected two underwater caverns in eastern Mexico to reveal what is believed to be the biggest flooded cave on the planet, a discovery that could help shed new light on the ancient Maya civilisation. The Gran Acuifero Maya, (GAM) a project dedicated to the study and preservation of the subterranean waters of the Yucatan peninsula, said the 347 kilometre- (216 mile-) cave was identified after months of exploring a maze of underwater channels. Near the beach resort of Tulum, the group found that the cave system known as Sac Actun, once measured at 263 km (163 miles), communicated with the 83 km- (52 km-) Dos Ojos system, the GAM said in a statement. For that reason, Sac Actun now absorbs Dos Ojos. The Yucatan peninsula of Mexico is studded with monumental relics of the Maya people, whose cities drew upon an extensive network of sinkholes linked to subterranean waters known as cenotes. Some cenotes acquired particular religious significance to the Maya, whose descendants continue to inhabit the region. ----------------------------------------­­­­---------- Follow BI UK on Twitter: http://bit.ly/1Nz3jG3 Follow BI UK on Facebook: http://bit.ly/1VWDkiy Follow BI UK on Instagram: http://bit.ly/2gsLEds Read more on BI UK: uk.businessinsider.com ----------------------------------------­­­­---------- Business Insider UK is the largest business news site for British readers and viewers in the UK. Our mission: to tell you all you need to know about the big world around you. The BI UK Video team focuses on business, technology, strategy, and culture with an emphasis on unique storytelling and data that appeals to the next generation of leaders.
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New Mexico State University - What will you discover?
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New Mexico State University - What will you discover?

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NMBDR New Mexico Backcountry Discovery Routes - Section 2
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NMBDR New Mexico Backcountry Discovery Routes - Section 2

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http://ridebdr.com/NMBDR Section 2 of the New Mexico Backcountry Discovery Route - Ruidoso to Truth or Consequences, NM This section begins with a series of rock-based, mountain roads. You’ll twist and turn through high-elevation deciduous forest and across numerous slow-moving streams enroute to Ruidoso, an engaging mountain hamlet. The route continues north of town on its timbered trek before dropping into the Tularosa Valley and onward to the Town of Carrizozo. If you’ve been experiencing bike issues, the ‘Carrizozo Bike Shop’ has an extensive knowledge of European and other metric-spec bikes. Not long after a short jaunt on US Highway 380, the pavement changes to dirt and begins to turn north by way of a spectacular double-track. Take it ALL in, this is New Mexico at it’s nest! Please note: there are private ranches in the area – a safe and respectful speed is imperative to avoid losing the privilege of riding such a remarkable section. Regain the highway about 35 miles down the road and head west and then south toward the White Sands Missile Range. This lengthy, quite sandy passage is appropriately named ‘Jornada del Muerto’ (Route of the Deadman) as there are no amenities for the next 105 miles! For BDR maps, DVDs, stickers and more visit https://touratech-usa.com/Adventure-Motorcycle-Travel?a=61
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2018 New Mexico Backcountry Discovery Route (BDR)
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2018 New Mexico Backcountry Discovery Route (BDR)

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A 1200 mile solo trip through the stunning landscape of New Mexico. Read more about the BDR at https://ridebdr.com/NMBDR. Music "Crazy Things" - Junior Lee Klegseth "Long Way Home" - Junior Lee Klegseth "57 Miles" - The Shafran-Klegseth Band
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Off-Road Adventure in New Mexico with the Land Rover Discovery Sport
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Off-Road Adventure in New Mexico with the Land Rover Discovery Sport

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We took the Discovery Sport on an adventure in New Mexico where it came across tough terrain and breathtaking scenery. Find out more here: http://www.landroverofficialmagazine.com/#!new-mexico Follow the conversation: http://Facebook.com/LandRover http://Twitter.com/LandRover http://Instagram.com/LandRover
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Expediente ovni 01. Roswell - La Verdad (Discovery MAX)
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Expediente ovni 01. Roswell - La Verdad (Discovery MAX)

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Todo sobre el caso de el accidente aereo de Roswell (Nuevo Mexico) en 1974. Verdad o montaje Mas videos Discovery Max: http://pc-aputnes.blogspot.com.es/p/blog-page_30.html
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Did Japan Colonize New Mexico?: Who Discovered America? #2.5
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Did Japan Colonize New Mexico?: Who Discovered America? #2.5

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I just want to do a quick footnote video to go along with the big Before Columbus part three. My last video on east Asian theories didn’t quite go into one important potential beater of Columbus in Japan. Step Back is made possible by the generous contributions of viewers like you, consider helping at https://www.patreon.com/stepbackhistory You can also help by getting your hands on Step Back merchandise over at https://shop.spreadshirt.com/StepBack/ Step Back is a history channel releasing videos biweekly that endeavors to go past the names, dates, and battles you might find elsewhere. It invites you to take a step back, consider the past and how it connects to today. We search for the quirky, unconventional, and just plain weird parts of our collective story. SUBSCRIBE and join us! https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCxTdWpLJurbGlFMWOwXWG_A Help out the future of the channel by taking a 2 minute survey over at: http://www.TristanJohnson.org/survey Keep up to date with our e-mail updates: http://www.TristanJohnson.org/newsletter More stuff at: http://www.TristanJohnson.org/step-back Connect with Step Back: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/stepbackchannel Twitter: https://twitter.com/TristanPEJ Sub-Reddit: https://www.reddit.com/r/stepback/ I would like to thank the following patrons for their support of this video: -Robbie Harris -and Mom and Dad Opening Theme: Golly Gee Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 License http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/ Photo Credits: Darwinek Der Golem Dw0391 Darwinek Music Credits: What Child Is This by Audionautix is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution licence (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/) Artist: http://audionautix.com/ -~-~~-~~~-~~-~- Please watch: "Is the Slender Man Mythos Modern Mythology?" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nowQwFS-LHo -~-~~-~~~-~~-~-
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NMBDR Day 2 Weed NM to Ruidoso NM, New Mexico Backcountry Discovery Route
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NMBDR Day 2 Weed NM to Ruidoso NM, New Mexico Backcountry Discovery Route

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On the second day we packed up and headed towards Ruidoso where we would be able to sleep in a bed, or couch. One of the sections coming in to Ruidoso was pretty technical with loose rock and steep grades. All and all was a nice ride through the hills and mountains. With a total of 148 miles for the day.
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NM murder case featured on Discovery
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NM murder case featured on Discovery

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NM murder case featured on Discovery
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Major New Discovery: Ancient Maya 'Megalopolis' in Guatemala
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Major New Discovery: Ancient Maya 'Megalopolis' in Guatemala

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Researchers using a high-tech aerial mapping technique have found tens of thousands of previously undetected Mayan houses, buildings, defence works and pyramids in the dense jungle of Guatemala’s Peten region, suggesting that millions more people lived there than previously thought. Image credits: Canuto & Auld-Thomas/PACUNAM via AP, Wild Blue Media, Channel 4, National Geographic This video is a news update for educational purposes only. The project's discoveries will feature in a Channel 4 programme called Lost Cities of the Maya: Revealed, airing in the UK on Sunday 11 February, 2018, at 20:00 GMT.
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Discovery Channel Casas Bio Inteligentes "earthship"
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Discovery Channel Casas Bio Inteligentes "earthship"

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Discovery Channel Casas Bio Inteligentes http://earthship.com/ Main Office and Nightly Rentals reception@earthship.com +1 (575) 751-0462 Visitor Center +1 (575) 613-4409 Mailing Address: P.O. Box 1041, Taos, NM 87571 Michael E. "Mike" Reynolds is an American architect based in New Mexico known for the design and construction of Earthships. He is a proponent of "radically sustainable living". He has been a critic of the profession of architecture for its failure to deal with the amount of waste that building design creates. Puedes visitar el website de Michael E. "Mike" Reynolds, mencionando que viste este documental
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BP announces Mancos shale discovery in New Mexico
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BP announces Mancos shale discovery in New Mexico

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#oilwire - BP announced today it has brought online a highly productive natural gas well in the Mancos shale, highlighting the potential of the New Mexico field to be a significant new source of U.S. natural gas supply. Early production rates at the NEBU 602 Com 1H well in San Juan County are the highest achieved in the past 14 years within the San Juan basin, a large oil and gas producing area spanning southwest Colorado and northeast New Mexico that includes the Mancos shale. The well achieved an average 30-day initial production rate of 12.9 MMcfgd. “We are delighted with the initial production rate of this well,” said Dave Lawler, CEO of BP’s U.S. Lower 48 onshore business. “This result supports our strategic view that significant resource potential exists in the San Juan basin, and gives us confidence to pursue additional development of the Mancos Shale, which we believe could become one of the leading shale plays in the U.S.
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NMBDR New Mexico Backcountry Discovery Route - Section 7
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NMBDR New Mexico Backcountry Discovery Route - Section 7

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http://ridebdr.com/NMBDR New Mexico Backcountry Discovery Route SECTION7 - CUBA, NM to ANTONITO, CO "We've saved the best for last!" The final leg of the NMBDR is perfection, rocky mountain style. Be sure to stop in Abiquiu to fuel up and to view one of New Mexico's oldest churches before concluding the ride, which has two options. Up for one last challenge? Head west and then north outside of Abiquiu to arrive to El Rito via a scenic byway distinctive for a prominent ridge above Canon del Cobre in the Carson National Forest. (The route is less difficult if ridden north to south, as the rocky ledges are more easily descended rather than climbed.) Or, jump on highway 554, the paved main road that leads to El Rito. The closing 100 miles of the NMBDR are highlighted by an array of flowy forest roads that dance in and out of verdant meadows and deciduous canopies, a dazzling ushering in of Colorado as the miles roll past. Please be cautious while cruising these high elevation roads, you'll encounter all kinds of outdoor enthusiasts enjoying the area. Once over the Colorado state line, the road eases down, down into the Conejos River Valley and on to the end point, Antonito. For BDR maps, DVDs, stickers and more visit https://touratech-usa.com/Adventure-Motorcycle-Travel?a=61
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