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Monday, April 4, 2011

Amazing Story of Dog That Survived Tsunami For Three Weeks!

In the tragic aftermath of Japan's disaster, this heart-warming story surfaces.

A full 3 weeks after a devasting earthquake and resulting tsunami hit Japan, coast guards spotted a dog on a floating roof a little over a mile and a half out to sea. The canine had been washed out to sea, floating on the island of debris off the coast of Kesennuma in northern Japan, according to the Telegraph.
How exactly the dog survived is unknown. It also was missing any sort of collar.
The find was a bright spot for the rescuers, who have been a part of a 3 day rescue mission with U.S. workers to find the 18,000 people still missing, wrote the Telegraph.
The coast guard hopes the dog will lead them to its owner, according to MSNBC.


Monday, December 13, 2010

Amazing Meteor Geminids Strike Earth!

It's that time of the year again when the Earth gets sandblasted by the tiny fragments of an ancient asteroid. Yes, it's the Geminids and tonight is the night when the meteorshower will peak.Last night, at 2am, I went outside in the hope of spotting one or two shooting stars. Fortunately, due to my late-night working habits, I was able to be outside when the meteor "radiant" was pretty much directly above. The radiant is a point in the night sky where the meteors appear to be showering from. This time of the year, that radiant is centered around the constellation of Gemini (hence the "Geminids").

Wednesday, October 20, 2010

Amazing Story of A Car that runs 200 miles on compressed Air!.

This five-seater car runs on compressed air, has zero pollution, very low running costs and will cost about $15,000.

Wednesday, October 6, 2010

Amazing Images of Hubble Telescope Ultra Deep Field 3D

Hubble Ultra Deep Field 3D
What happens when you point the Hubble Space Telescope to a seemingly blank patch of sky? A view that takes you to the edge of the universe!
"Awesome" doesn't begin to describe it. Every galaxy in the image is in its proper distance as viewed from the telescope line of sight.