building an airbus

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tom hardwick
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http://video.google.com/videoplay?do...4078023&q=a380

This will open up full screen if you click the icon. I loved the painting of the plane, but it's the overall integration of timelapse footage with the music that's really clever.

tom.

GG
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"We're sorry, but this video may not be available. "

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rbarry
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Go to Tom's link and hit the search button icon. The search value "a380" should already be present. This will give you three pages of a380 videos to look at. I'm not sure which one Tom is referring to, but this one: http://video.google.com/videoplay?docid=-3046542226114078023&q=a380
may be the one. If the url doesn't work it's on the first page and entitled "How to build an Airbus A380 in about 7 mins"

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go to the link , then relook at this page ...... what google adverts do you see at the top of this page ?

on this page for me are now a380 flight adverts , and a320 advert

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rbarry
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And this one is a huge scale model of the real thing; very impressive:
http://video.google.com/videoplay?docid=-8232104215031974255&q=a380

rbarry
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harlequin wrote:
go to the link , then relook at this page ...... what google adverts do you see at the top of this page ?

on this page for me are now a380 flight adverts , and a320 advert

None Gary,
I just see the page being displayed as GG referred to, with a search box containing the text "a380".

Alan Roberts
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It works for me, just press the Search button and whole page of links comes up.

The last time I was in Hamburg (2004) we saw various huge chunks of A380 at the works on the Elbe. the damn thing really is enormous.

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