Cape Town (South Africa): most beautiful city in the world





Join me on this short tour of Cape Town, my favorite city in the world. Blessed with fabulous beaches, spectacular mountains, rolling hills of vineyards, scenic drives and dozens of trendy bars, fine dining restaurants and world-class hotels, it is hard to imagine a more picture perfect city destination than South Africa’s Mother city.

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  1. Astronomers see possible hints of life in Venus's clouds

    Posted at 9:23 AM, Sep 14, 2020

    Astronomers looking at the atmosphere in neighboring Venus see something that might just be a sign of life.

    In a study published Monday, researchers from Cardiff University, MIT and elsewhere say they found the chemical signature of a noxious gas called phosphine.

    Two telescopes in Hawaii and Chile spotted in the thick Venutian clouds the chemical signature of phosphine, a noxious gas that on Earth is onlyassociated with life.

    Venus’ phosphine was observed in a narrow, temperate band within the planet’s atmospheres, where temperatures range from 30 to 200 degrees Fahrenheit. Scientists have speculated that if life exists on Venus, this layer of the atmosphere, or cloud deck, is likely the only place where it would survive, according to MIT.

    “This phosphine signal is perfectly positioned where others have conjectured the area could be habitable,” said the study’s co-author and EAPS Research Scientist Janusz Petkowski.

    Astronomers tried to figure out other, non-biological ways it could be produced and came up empty.

    “It’s very hard to prove a negative,” said Clara Sousa-Silva, research scientist in MIT’s Department of Earth, Atmospheric and Planetary Sciences (EAPS).

    “Now, astronomers will think of all the ways to justify phosphine without life, and I welcome that. Please do, because we are at the end of our possibilities to show abiotic processes that can make phosphine.”

    " I thought we'd just be able to to rule out extreme scenario, like
    the cloud being stuffed full of organisms.When we got the first hints of phosphine in Venus' spectrum, it was shock!" said
    Prof. Jane Greaves of Cardiff University.

    Outside experts — and the study authors themselves — say the research is tantalizing but not yet convincing.

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  2. I think you need upgrade the camera, or maybe the software decoder itself, vids color doesnt quite good compared other channel, and hope 4k format…. luxury need clear & contrast picture

  3. New subscriber here. I love all your videos. Been binge watching it for about 2 hours now . I love how u just show us these luxurious hotels airlines and beautiful places unlike any travel vloggers who are self centered and does more on talking not showing the place. Keep it up. U deserve more subscribers! Btw, love the quality of the film and its content

  4. I don't understand all these comments. There is no doubt that the setting of the city is spectacular as are the surrounding areas but the city itself has no decent architecture to speak of except a few Cape Dutch buildings and an attractive tourist driven harbour. The streets are grubby, pavements badly kept, if you are lucky enough for there to be a pavement at all, and a short drive almost anywhere will deliver you into an "informal settlement" which by no stretch of the imagination can be described as beautiful. The setting is enviable but the city itself does not compare to dozens and dozens of other cities in the world that are full of wonderful architecture and buzzing with top rated bars, restaurants, theatres, galleries, museums and clubs.

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