Thursday, October 2, 2014

Mom Cat Adopts Abandoned Baby Ducklings

This story of Cat adopting abandoned baby ducklings is truly remarkable!

Thanks to this sweet mother cat, these 3 baby ducklings have a warm and loving place to call home. Its truly amazing to see Gods creatures come together like this in time of need.

Juggler's crazy ring illusion will blow you away!

Lindzee, a French contact juggler, will make you say wow with his mesmerizing ring illusion performance.

In his performance, he used the object called Eight Ring. Out of it, he makes a creative and eye-popping illusion ring show. It is worthy to watch!

Wednesday, October 1, 2014

Air Purifying House Plants that can fight Pollutants

We found this great post from NASA documenting 6 house plants that can improve indoor air quality. These great plants can fight air pollutants with ease.

Here's a list of plants that will help you breath better in your home.

Bamboo Palm: According to NASA, it removes formaldahyde and is also said to act as a natural humidifier.

Snake Plant: Found by NASA to absorb nitrogen oxides and formaldahyde.

Areca Palm: One of the best air purifying plants for general air cleanliness.

Spider Plant: Great indoor plant for removing carbon monoxide and other toxins or impurities. Spider plants are one of three plants NASA deems best at removing formaldahyde from the air.

Peace Lily: Peace lilies could be called the “clean-all.” They’re often placed in bathrooms or laundry rooms because they’re known for removing mold spores. Also know to remove formaldahyde and trichloroethylene.

Gerbera Daisy: Not only do these gorgeous flowers remove benzene from the air, they’re known to improve sleep by absorbing carbon dioxide and giving off more oxygen over night.

Source: Nasa

Yellow River Sand-Washing

As part of an annual operation to remove silt from the Yellow River in Luoyang, Chinese operators open the floodgates at the dam and force through millions of gallons of muddy water.

Millions of tons of water and sand have been gushed through a section of the Xiaolangdi Reservoir in China, as part of an annual cleaning operation.

Tourists carried umbrellas as they watched clouds of water and sand billow from the the giant reservoir on the Yellow River.


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