Mega Man 107 | 20,000 Leaks under the Sea | Full Episodes | HD | Videos For Kids

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Mega Man 107 | 20,000 Leaks under the Sea | Full Episodes | HD
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Dr. Wily attacks an underwater mining operation, then tries to get rid of Dr. Light and Mega Man with a fake laboratory that turns out to be a mobile prison.

Meet Mega Man a robot programmed by Dr. Light, designed to protect the world from Dr. Wily and his army of robots.

A de-evolution serum that only has an effect on robots is released. Now Dr. Light has to find an antidote so he can change back Mega Man and the other robots, before they destroy the city.

Dr. Light and Dr. Wily were brilliant scientists in the field of robotics, who worked together in a laboratory trying to advance the science. One day, they finished an extremely advanced prototype, but shortly after being activated, it started destroying the laboratory. Dr. Light immediately believed that the prototype’s guidance system, which Dr. Wily had personally programmed, was the source of the problem and concluded they would start over again. Angered, Dr. Wily attempted to steal the plans later that night, but Dr. Light catches him. Wily is able to steal the plans after knocking Dr. Light down, and goes off to what is apparently an abandoned area, and modifies the old robot prototype into Proto Man.

Later, Dr. Light builds Rock and Roll, advanced robots with personalities, along with Ice Man, Guts Man, and Cut Man. Dr. Wily and Proto Man go and steal the robots, reprogramming the latter three robots as henchmen. Dr. Wily attempts to reprogram Rock and Roll at his lab later, but Rock decides to trick Dr. Wily. He tells Dr. Wily that Dr. Light also built “super warrior robots”, and that if Rock and Roll are let go, he’ll tell him how to defeat the robots. Rock uses this lie (Dr. Wily believing robots can’t lie) to cause a distraction and escape with Roll. Dr. Light decides to reprogram and reoutfit Rock into Mega Man, who from then on keeps the world safe. This tale is told in Episode 1, “The Beginning”.

Mega Man (voiced by Ian James Corlett) – Mirroring his origins in the video games, Mega Man was originally an assistant robot built by Dr. Light and called Rock. He originally donned a blue T-shirt and shorts but also wore his typical robot boots. After Wily reprograms Light’s first industrial robots (the Mega Man robot masters) he captures Rock and Roll to make them his servants too. Rock tricks Wily into freeing them as he can’t conceive of a robot being able to lie. Rock is then rebuilt into a fighting robot. His primary weapon is the plasma-cannon which he fires from his left arm after withdrawing his hand into it. He can also copy Wily’s robots’ abilities by touching them. During battle, Mega Man cracks jokes and puns. He has numerous catchphrases; the one he uses most frequently is “Sizzling Circuits”. Ironically, Corlett, who voices Mega Man here, previously voiced Dr. Wily in Captain N: The Game Master.

Dr. Light (voiced by Jim Byrnes) – Mega Man’s creator. He used to work with Dr. Wily to create a line of industrial robots until the latter stole their plans and a defective prototype. Light built Rock, Roll, and the first three robot masters (unlike the six from Mega Man 1), Cut Man, Guts Man, and Ice Man. After Wily reprogrammed his industrial robots, Light rebuilds Rock into Mega Man in order to stop his schemes. Throughout the series, Light builds other robots and inventions to help humanity and to stop Wily’s plots. His appearance differs slightly from his game counterpart; he has a shorter beard and grey hair. Fans of the show also note his ability to state the blatantly obvious. Jim Byrnes would later reprise his role as Dr. Light (although renamed Dr. Wright) in the English dub of Mega Man: Upon a Star.
Roll (voiced by Robyn Ross) – Mega Man’s sister who assists him on missions. She was built as a household robot and possesses a number of home-appliances which switch on and off similarly to Mega Man’s plasma cannon. Most frequently she uses a vacuum cleaner which has enough force to pull robots to pieces and which can also occasionally suck in enemy projectiles and fire them back. Roll is depicted as being much more mature than her game counterpart physically, and dons a red-and-yellow jumpsuit instead of a dress.
Rush (voiced by Ian James Corlett) – Mega Man’s robot dog. Mega Man uses Rush’s jet-mode, in which he turns into a jet board, as a primary means of transportation throughout the series. Rush also has a number of other modes though none which are directly derived from the games. Rush’s nose can “sniff out anything” and was once used to locate a bomb planted by Wily. His ears also detect faraway sound. Rush acts similarly to Scooby Doo in many respects, often performing silly antics on his own. He also alternates between making typical dog-sounds and speaking. Though most of the time he only parrots other characters, he also appears to have a limited ability for independent speech, mostly for comedy.

Hunter Sea Wind Ceiling Fan

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The low-profile motor housing and 48-inch blade span make this product ideal for small rooms or low ceilings, and the Sea Wind is damp-rated for covered porches or rooms with lots of moisture. The design is simple and casual, making it flexible enough to accommodate many different types of decor. Choose from Matte Black or White finishes.

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LUMION 6 3D Render – Sea House Design

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This sea house is designed to give the users of this place a nice sense of relaxation. The architecture is interacted with the landscape design to obtain a strong relation between the outdoors and the indoors. The designer’s aim to have more open view to the garden to link both spaces together by using open windows, however with consideration to the sun path and the shading. In addition, the materials and colors that used in this design is also relaxing and matching the color of the sea to give the user a great experience.

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Solar panels at sea – unlimited energy without using land. SolarSea by Swimsol

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#SolarSea is the world’s first #solar system that can float in the ocean. It enables massive power production without taking up precious land.

Oceans cover 70% of our planet and using just a fraction of them for solar panels could double the amount of clean energy in the world. The technology is operational: several SolarSea platforms are already floating in the Maldives. Swimsol, the start-up who created this system, aims to bring solar energy to small islands and congested coastal cities around the world. It seeks to reach decision makers around the globe, and asks to share and take a step towards a world powered by clean energy!

InterContinental Bora Bora – Deep Sea Water Air Conditioning

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Implementation of the first Sea Water Air Conditionning system (SWAC) at the InterContinental Bora Bora Resort & Thalasso Spa. A system that eliminates the use of potentially hazardous compounds that deplete the ozone layer (H.C.F.C.s) and designed to save up to 90 % of the hotel’s electricity consumption for air conditioning or 2.5 million liters of fuel oil each year. All in all a saving of half a million dollars for a 80 units resort.
The slightly crazy idea of running the hotel’s air-conditioning system on water
extracted from the depths of the sea was mentioned to Richard Bailey, the majority shareholder in the InterContinental Resort and Thalasso Spa Bora Bora, by a certain Marlon Brando. He owned the neighboring atoll of Tetiaroa, which he fell in love with in 1965 when filming “Mutiny on the Bounty”. A fervent defender of the environment, the legendary actor had been following with great interest the first practical applications of this new technique in buildings in Hawaii.