Sunday, October 31, 2010

Interesting facts you should know

-Scientists say the higher your IQ the more you dream
-The largest cell in the human body is the female egg and the smallest is the male sperm.
-You use 200 muscles to take one step.
-The average woman is 5 inches shorter than the average man.
-Your big toes have two bones each while the rest have three.
-A pair of human feet contains 250,000 sweat glands.
-A full bladder is roughly the size of a soft ball.
-The acid in your stomach is strong enough to dissolve razor blades.
-The human brain cell can hold 5 times as much information as the Encyclopedia Britannica.
-It takes the food seven seconds to get from your mouth to your stomach.

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Saturday, October 30, 2010

Dark world-Modern Russian Spy is a Femme Fatale

Anna Chapman is accused of espionage for Russian intelligence service: the SVR.
Before becoming a spy in the US she’s been living five years in Great Britain and was married to a British citizen, hence her last name Chapman. Since her divorce, she moved to New York. She has a masters' in economics, has a very expensive apartment in financial district of NY and runs a successful online international real estate agency, which let her having contacts with people around the globe. She’s also a New York socialite who attended high society New York parties.

Miss Chapman was accused of meeting an official from the Russian government and passing secrets to him every Wednesday since January. She was accused of espionage along with other 10 people, most of them living is suburbs which is the least place accepted for spies being infiltrated.

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Friday, October 29, 2010

Amazing animal-Dog who picks up litter

This dog is trained to pick up litter from parks and streets.

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Thursday, October 28, 2010

Amazing facts-Awesome Firefall

The Awesome Firefall Of Yosemite Park

Waterfalls are awesome, but the Firefall of Yosemite Park is definitely something you don’t see every day, literally.

Horsetail Fall is one of the most beautiful waterfalls on the North American continent, but it’s only truly special for two weeks a year. The first firefalls of Yosemite Park were man made. Large fires were started atop Glacier Point and the red-hot embers were pushed down the granite wall, in the evening. It was a nice show of fireworks, until the fire hazard of the 1960s, when the dangerous practice stopped.

But that didn’t mean Yosemite was left without a firefall, if anything, people got to discover a much more beautiful one. When the natural conditions are just right, tourists can enjoy a unique spectacle where water turns into burning fire. During the last two weeks of February, when the sun shines above Yosemite Valley, and water pours down the granite wall, the firefall phenomenon takes place. But because clouds and storms are common during the winter months, and sometimes California has dry years, Horsetail Firefall can only be witnessed rarely, and timing is of the essence.

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Wednesday, October 27, 2010

Bizarre facts-Mother sells breast milk online

Mother sells Breast milk to beat credit crunch

A young mother, from Exeter, Great Britain, is selling her breast milk online, to earn extra cash, while on maternity leave...

26-year-old Toni Ebdon gave birth to a boy, earlier this year, and was beginning to feel uncomfortable with the amount of breast milk she was producing. One of her friends even joked that she should start a dairy, with the extra milk, and cash-strapped Toni took the idea seriously. Using a breast pump she drained the excess milk and stored it in the freezer. Next she went online and put an ad for breast milk, on Gumtree.


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Although she was expecting some replies from new mothers who couldn’t produce enough breast milk for their babies, Toni Ebdon was surprised to find that most of the interested clients were men. It might sound weird, but many adults use breast milk to maintain good health, or cure illnesses such as cancer, diarrhea, or diabetes. Toni charges $26 for 113 grams of her precious milk, and sells it both fresh and stored in the fridge.

The young mother says she hasn’t made loads pf money from selling her breast milk, but since she doesn’t receive full maternity pay, and the baby’s father isn’t able to support them, the extra income is more than welcome. Toni will continue selling breast milk until she dries up, and she’ll definitely do it again, if she has another baby.

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Tuesday, October 26, 2010

Fascinating events-The annual parade of clowns

More than five hundred merry in fancy dress with patch with red noses, gathered from all over Latin America, to tell each other secrets of the profession and show prowess valiant.

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Monday, October 25, 2010

Amazing pictures-Rodeo in Uruguay

In Montevideo, Uruguay, was held an annual rodeo involving several thousands of riders from different countries. The aim is simple - survive in the saddle as long as possible. But the rodeo - this is the place where you begin to realize that sometimes a second can mean a lot.

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Sunday, October 24, 2010

Interesting facts-Fountain bridge

What was once an ordinary bridge in South Korea, is now a world wide attraction. The Banpo Bridge spans the Han River in Seoul, Korea. Drivers on this bridge are treated to an amazing water display as they pass across the bridge. Similar to driving through big puddle of water. A network of water canons extend the span of the bridge on each side. The canons shoot gracefully from the Banpo Bridge, much like a waterfall. The end result is a fountain similar to the Bellagio Hotel’s display in Las Vegas. The water canons dance to music in 100 different configurations. At night an amazing light show creates an even more fantastical scene. Work began last March on the design of water fountains as beautification project for Seoul.

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Saturday, October 23, 2010

Amazing happenings-Russian Artist travels the World on a bicycle

Vladislav Ketov isn’t the only man on earth who embarked on a bike trip, but unlike other bikers, he only finished his after 20 years.

Ketov’s journey began in 1991, in Leningrad, and he kept pedaling along the coastline of continents like Africa, Europe, both Americas, and south and south-east Asia. He traveled alone, and only used other means of transportation, when he absolutely had to. During his 20 years of constant pedaling around the world, his bike was only stolen once…in Russia.

The main problem Vladislav Ketov had was that he embarked on this trip without money. Everywhere he went, the artist earned his keep by painting portraits. Thus he was able to save enough to keep him traveling for years. When he started his biking journey, Ketov left his wife and two sons behind, in Sankt Petersburg.


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