Wednesday, November 30, 2016

Australia's Great Barrier Reef Is Dying

Recent El Niño weather patterns and rising sea temperatures have killed 22% of Australia's Great Barrier Reef. The biggest threat is climate change. Australia has promised to act, but some activists don't think the government has done enough.

Tuesday, November 29, 2016

10 Time Travelers That May Have Been Caught on Tape

 Footage Used:

1) Help: Who is This Man
2) Mike Tyson Fight
3) The Football Stadium Incident
4) Charlie Chaplin
5) Mysterious Person Saves Someone
6) Russian Time Travler on Bike
7) Phantom Car
8) Man Meets Himself in the Future
9) Time Traveler in 1938 Film
10) Guy walks Through Door

Monday, November 28, 2016

Wild Animals Showing Love to Human Being

People are interested in the bond between humans and companion animals for a variety of reasons.

Many pet owners see their pets as a valued member of the family and openly admit to loving their pets and having strong attachments – they simply enjoy the companionship and unconditional love their pet brings.

Extraterrestrial Technology

The enterprising alien who wants to visit Earth faces a number of daunting challenges. This program examines the advanced technologies he would need with an emphasis on concepts for interstellar travel humans are exploring.

Sunday, November 27, 2016

Mark Zuckerberg 2016 The Lifestyles Of Young Billionaire Entrepreneurs

Mark Zuckerberg 2016 - The Lifestyles Of Young Billionaire Entrepreneurs

Zuckerberg, 29, and currently worth $19bn, according to Forbes, drives an Acura TSX and a Honda Fit, which cost about $30,000 and $18,000, respectively.

His Acura TSX, is an entry level luxury sedan which uses a 2.4 litre in-line 4 cylinder engine. It can churn out 201 hp and 172 lb-ft torque and has a 5 -speed automatic transmission, which comes with steering-wheel paddle shifters for optional manual shifting. The car is quite packed with luxury features like leather interior, automatic climate control, a seven-speaker sound system, Satellite Radio, Bluetooth and HandsFreeLink.

Zuckerberg was born on May 14, 1984 in White Plains, New York, to Edward Zuckerberg, a dentist, and Karen (née Kempner), a psychiatrist. Even though, he was raised Jewish, Zuckerberg had since described himself as an atheist. As a junior student, Zuckerberg won prizes in science (mathematics, astronomy and physics) and classical studies. While most of his mates were busy playing games as young students, Zuckerberg was creating them.

In his early teens he created a music player named Synapse -- as a school project -- with help from a friend, which used artificial intelligence to understand one's taste in music and created a playlist accordingly. Software bigwigs like Microsoft and AOL tried to buy it and even recruit Mark. But he refused both. Instead, he went to Harvard in 2002.

On February 4, 2004, with the help of his room mates, Dutsin Moskovitz and Chris Hughes, and using the finance provided by another friend, Eduardo Saverin, he launched what was then called, The Facebook. It was an instant hit, and soon made Mark the next big thing.

Immortal Species

They say the only certain things in life are death and taxes. This isn’t necessarily true. Ageing, and by extension death, is caused at the most fundamental level by cells within our bodies losing the ability to repair themselves. This problem however is not present in all species. There are organisms living right now on this planet that don’t play by the same rules that we do, and are effectively immortal.

Biggest Airport in the World Ever Built

With airports getting bigger and better all the time, this brand new transport hub is set to beat them all.

Set to handle 90 million passengers a year, the airport will be more than simply a place to fly from.

With half an acre if space planned for tax-free shopping, travellers will be able to shop ’till they drop.

Megastructures - MRT Malaysia Urban Diggers

The "MRT" will not only significantly increase the current inadequate rail network but will also serve to integrate the existing rail networks and alleviate the severe traffic congestion in the Greater KL metropolitan area. The proposal was announced in June 2010 and was approved by the government of Malaysia in December 2010. Construction of the first line commenced in July 2011. The project also represents one of the economic entry point projects identified for the Klang Valley "National Key Economic Area" under the Economic Transformation Programme by the Malaysian government.

10 out-of-this-world facts about space and about us

Here are 10 out-of-this-world facts about space and about us.

We have eight planets in our Solar System. However, outside of our Solar System there are thousands of other planets. The extra-solar planets or exo-planets are in orbit around another star. So far we have almost 1800 confirmed new worlds, with another 3000 awaiting confirmation. Astronomers are looking to a star’s goldilocks zone for planets that may be habitable, just like the Earth. The majority of planets discovered so far are hot gas giant planets.

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Thursday, November 24, 2016

Sea Monster in Alaska CAUGHT on Video by U S Government ?

While most people have to go searching for the Loch Ness Monster, a vacationer was fortunate enough to be gazing at the Loch … when Nessie simply popped her head out of the water … at least that’s the story we heard. A 28-year-old woman was on the balcony of her holiday home at Loch Ness when she saw a mysterious ripple on the surface, followed by a ‘blue thing’ swimming across. She grabbed her phone and managed to snap a few pictures … but when she tried to zoom in, the object disappeared. The woman claimed it’s not often one sees a monster while on holiday … but did she really see one?

Hunting a Shark From the Deep

Amos and his son Karl-Frederik catch the largest Greenland Shark they've ever landed and pull it up 800 metres through a hole in the ice before feeding it to their hungry dogs.

Wednesday, November 23, 2016

Golden eagles must fight to gain access to food

Planet Earth made an emphatic return last week, taking a huge technological step forward and airing perhaps the most dramatic animal encounter ever shot and edited.

In the harsh Alpine winter, Golden eagles must fight to gain access to food.

Pole dancing bears

The bears were scratching themselves on trees, but it looked like they were dancing Jungle Book-style. Thanks to BBC Planet Earth Documentary for this lovely footage.

The Planet Earth team introduce the clip by saying: “We set up remote cameras in the Canadian Rockies hoping to film grizzly bears.

Vengeance of Giant Python

Vengeance of Giant Python. Florida’s Everglades National Park is one of the last great wildlife refuges in the U.S., home to numerous endangered animals and plants, as well as alligators. But the park has become a dumping ground for a variety of non-native species, including what may be tens of thousands of Burmese pythons. Some were intentionally released by pet owners, others were set free when hurricanes hit Florida’s animal warehouses. Pythons have moved into their new home with a vengeance, thriving in the protected wilderness and disrupting its delicate ecosystem. Follow scientists and snake hunters as they study the problem and try to find solutions to the growing crisis.

Iguana chased by snakes

For racer snakes, the emergence of marine iguana hatchlings is a feeding bonanza.

The clip filmed on Fernandina Island, in the Galápagos Islands, was labelled "the stuff of nightmares" by viewers as they took to Twitter in disbelief at what they'd seen.

As the newborn iguanas emerged from under the sand dozens of the deadly predators slithered after them.

360° VIEW of Kamchatka Volcano Eruption

National Geographic VR takes you flying in 360° to the rim of a spectacular erupting volcano. Over 15,500 feet tall, Klyuchevskoy is one of the tallest and most active volcanoes on the planet.

Klyuchevskaya Sopka (Russian: Ключевская сопка; also known is Russia as Kliuchevskoi, Russian: Ключевской) is a stratovolcano, and this amazing mountain is the one on the Kamchatka Peninsula of Russia and the highest active volcano of Eurasia as you can see in this magnificent photo/video. Its steep, symmetrical cone towers about 100 kilometres (60 mi) from the Bering Sea.


Tuesday, November 22, 2016

Sperm Whale Hunt

For these Indonesian fishermen, a sperm whale can dramatically change their fortunes and feed their families for months. This small-scale whaling, using traditional hand-made boats and harpoons, has been happening for over 600 years and does not threaten whale numbers in these oceans as the fisherman only take around 6 a year.

Road structure of world’s longest sea bridge in South China completed

Construction work linking the final segment of the Hong Kong-Zhuhai-Macao Bridge, the world’s longest cross-sea bridge, was completed early on Wednesday in Zhuhai City of south China’s Guangdong Province.

More than 400,000 tonnes of steel have been used in building the main route, enough to build 60 Eiffel Towers.

Monday, November 21, 2016

ABANDONED Indonesia - BALI Ghost Palace

Indonesia is full of incredible abandoned sites and the Ghost Palace in mountains of Bali could easily be one of the best in the world. It was great to be able to check out this abandoned hotel with Exploring with Josh and Exploring with Cody. Indonesia, you are full of surprises.

Sunday, November 20, 2016

Earth, Moon & Stars in 4K Ultra HD

Our senses tell us about the natural world, but our senses cannot tell us everything. That’s why we use tools, and NASA develops some of the most sophisticated, most exciting tools of all. Designed to reveal aspects of the Earth, the Sun, The Moon, these tools gather essential data about the world around us, while other instruments peer way out to much more distant places. When these data are turned into visualizations, we discover a complexity and elegance to the natural world that would otherwise elude our physical senses. Even more important, we uncover vital clues to understand how things work, how they’re changing, and what the implications for those changes may mean. With the advent of Ultra-High-Definition video, more commonly known as “4K Video”, those images take on an enhanced majesty and power. In this video, we present images about our home planet, as well as the life-giving star it orbits, and the mysterious moon that travels with us through space.

The Beautiful Oregon Cascades, USA

The Oregon Cascade Mountains are rich of beautiful lakes, waterfalls, peaks and trails.

Bisecting the state of Oregon, the Southern Cascades provide the climber with some classic peaks and lots of lesser known treasures. At the North end climbers will marvel at the dramatic peak of Mt. Hood. At the Southern end of the range you will find the grand Mt. Shasta.

Whether you want to climb glaciated peaks or alpine rock come find out what the Oregon Cascades have to offer!

Locations in the video:
Central Cascades: Cascade Lakes Hwy - Davis Lake (0:01), Wikiup Reservoir (0:08), Deschutes River (0:16), Lava Lake (0:20), Elk Lake (0:39), Devils Lake (0:43), Sparks Lake (0:50), Green Lakes Trail (1:10), Green Lakes (1:42), Broken Top Trail (2:08), Todd Lake (2:36), Salt Creek Falls (2:41). Santiam-McKenzie Hwy - Head of Metolius River (3:10), Big Lake (3:15), Sahalie Falls (3:19), Koosah Falls (3:29), Lower Proxy Falls (3:57), Upper Proxy Falls (4:16), Scott Lake (4:27), Dee Wright Observatory (4:34).
Northern Cascades: Trillium Lake (5:07), Mirror Lake (5:16), Tom Dick and Harry Trail (5:21), Mt Hood (5:29), Lolo Pass /Bald Mountain trail (6:10), Lost Lake (6:26).

Saturday, November 19, 2016

Bryce Canyon National Park, Utah, USA

The stunning, out-of-this-world beauty of Bryce Canyon National Park, seen from the main trails and viewpoints in the park.

In this video: Sunrise Point (0:06), Sunset Point (0:15, 6:25), Navajo trail (0:31), Queens Garden trail (3:01), Peek-a-Boo trail (3:51), Inspiration Point (6:43), Mossy Cave trail (7:11), Fairyland Trail (7:24), Tower Bridge (8:53), Natural Bridge (9:11).

Super Cool Bali, Indonesia

Bali, the famed Island of the Gods, with its varied landscape of hills and mountains, rugged coastlines and sandy beaches, lush rice terraces and barren volcanic hillsides all providing a picturesque backdrop to its colourful, deeply spiritual and unique culture, stakes a serious claim to be paradise on earth. With world-class surfing and diving, a large number of cultural, historical and archaeological attractions, and an enormous range of accommodations, this is one of the world's most popular island destinations and one which consistently wins travel awards.

Awesome Great Wall of China

The Great Wall of China is the world's longest wall and biggest ancient architecture.

It has a stunning array of scenery from the beaches of Qinhuangdao, to rugged mountains around Beijing, to a desert corridor between tall mountain ranges at Jiayu Pass.

Friday, November 18, 2016

The most dangerous, extreme railways in the World.

The most dangerous, extreme and beautiful railways in the World. A video you must watch: the World's most incredible, unbelievable, unimaginable, impossible and amazing railways!

The most spectacular railways of the world, including:

- Maeklong Railway, Thailand: the railway crosses the Maeklong market, one of the largest fresh seafood markets in Thailand

- Burma railway, Thailand/Myanmar: also known as the Death railway, was built by the Empire of Japan during World War II

- Indian railways: India has the world's busiest railway system whit over 8 billion passengers every year and the most dangerous one: more than 25,000 people die annually on India's railways

- Nepal railways: Nepal has just two railway lines with a total of 37 miles (60 km) and the train makes only two trips a day

- Nariz Del Diablo railway, Ecuador: the construction of this railroad began in 1899 and its highest point has an altitude of 11,841 ft (3609 m)

- Rameswaram Pamban Bridge, India: it is considered the most dangerous sea bridge due to its location in a cyclone-prone high wind velocity zone

- White Pass and Yukon route, Alaska: the railroad began construction in 1898 during the Klondike Gold Rush to reach the goldfields

- Pilatus railway, Switzerland: the world's steepest cogwheel railway

- PaSak Chonlasit Dam, Thailand: one of the longest rail bridge in the world

- Kuranda railway, Australia: many lives were lost during the construction that began in 1882 to provide supplies to tin miners

- Gokteik Viaduct, Myanmar

- Gelmerbahn funicular, Switzerland: the second steepest funicular railway in the world (maximum incline: 106%) but definitely the most impressive one, giving the fun of a roller coaster

- Bernina and Albula railways, Switzerland, jointly recorded in the list of UNESCO World Heritage Sites; the Bernina railway is one of the steepest adhesion railways in the world across the Oberalp Pass on the highest point at 2,033 m (6,670 ft) in altitude

- Cumbres & Toltec railroad, New Mexico: runs over the 10,015 ft (3,053 m) Cumbres Pass and is the highest and longest narrow gauge steam railroad in the United States

- Tren a la nubes (Train to the Clouds), Argentina: this railway connects the Argentine northwest with the Chilean border in the Andes and climbs more than 10,000 feet (3000 m) to reach an altitude of 13,800 feet (4200 m)

- Token exchange: this rudimentary and very dangerous railway signalling is incredibly still in use in some Asian nations, including Sri Lanka, Singapore and Thailand; a token is a physical object which a locomotive driver is required to have before entering onto a particular section of a railway

- North Borneo railway, Malaysia: construction began in 1896 and was almost entirely destroyed during the Second World War

- Mullan Pass, in the Rocky Mountains of Montana

- Qinghai–Tibet Railway, China: connects China to the autonomus region of Tibet and has a length of 1,215 miles (1956 km); the line includes the Tanggula Pass, which, at 16,640 feet (5072 m) above sea level, is the world's highest railway.

Thursday, November 17, 2016

Dog Mannequin Challenge

A number of notable sports teams, both collegiate and professional, and sports personalities have engaged in the challenge with elaborate versions with dozens of participants.

The Mannequin Challenge is a viral Internet video trend where people remain frozen in action like mannequins while a video is recorded, check this dog challenge aswell.

Wednesday, November 16, 2016

Best Greek Places

Greece is a country in southeastern Europe with thousands of islands throughout the Aegean and Ionian seas. Influential in ancient times, it's often called the cradle of Western civilisation.

Sir Paul McCartney - Hey Jude - In Performance At The White House

What you’re about to observe is Paul McCartney and his band take to the stage to accomplish at The White House their song Hey Jude. As you could picture, the presentation is nothing short of astounding, but the best part about the thing is when the song draws closer to the ending! Appreciate for yourself!

Tuesday, November 15, 2016

MONSTER Sockeye Catch!

According to Brave and wilderness: On this episode of Breaking Trail, Coyote and the crew set off to catch a MONSTER Sockeye in the wilds of Alaska!

In quite possibly their grandest adventure to date, prepare to witness the Brave Wilderness team face icy rains, blustering wind and freezing cold water all in an attempt to get the cameras up close to Alaska’s most iconic fish, the Sockeye Salmon!

Turning urine into biogas

Urine-power could be the clean energy source of the future, according to a Mexican scientist.

A Mexican scientist has come up with a novel way to produce clean energy using human pee. He has now patented a device, called the Urine Fuel Cell, to produce biogas which can help generate electricity or be used as a substitute for natural gas; and is often cited as a clean and carbon-neutral alternative to fossil fuels.

Check this out guys.

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