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Staten Island

, marriage). The video ends with the man choosing to live, and reconciling with his girlfriend. The drowning teen in the music video is Adam Savage, who would later gain fame as a special effects artist and the co-host of the popular science television show ''MythBusters''. The video was shot


NASA

Space Ships''. He was featured in the "Spacemen” episode of National Geographic Channel’s ''Naked Science'' television series. He works as a consultant and expert witness on behalf of Native American groups who are seeking to protect their land, resources and treaty rights, especially the descendants of those killed or attacked at the Sand Creek Massacre in Colorado in 1864, who were promised reparations under the Treaty of the Little Arkansas in 1865, which have never been paid


Manhattan

and friends mourn his death - as well as showing him the joys in his future he'll be missing if he dies (e.g. high school graduation, marriage). The video ends with the man choosing to live, and reconciling with his girlfriend. The drowning teen in the music video is Adam Savage, who would later gain fame as a special effects artist and the co-host of the popular science television show ''MythBusters''.


Turkey

was featured on the science television program ''Quantum (Quantum (TV series))'', about a long-running and ultimately unsuccessful court case by Ian Plimer, Professor of Geology at Melbourne University, against an ordained minister, Dr. Allen Roberts, who had claimed that there were remnants of Noah's Ark in eastern Turkey. Although the court found that Dr Roberts had made false and misleading claims, they were not made in the course of trade or commerce, so the case failed


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