Two Talking Cats Video

Love animals? Love cats? Just take a look at this beautiful funny video. Here these two cute cats are talking with each other! So cute.

World's Tallest Rideable Motorcycle

Take a look at the motorcycle on the picture above. This is "World's Tallest Rideable Motorcycle". It was constructed by Gregory Dunham of Stockton, California, USA. This rideable motorcycle is 3.429 m (11 ft 3 in) tall, 6.187 m (20 ft 4 in) long and weighs 2.948 tonnes (6,500 lb). It has two huge tyres that are 1.88 m (74 in) tall. This monster motorcycle is powered by a 8.2 litre (502 cu in) V8 engine. What to ride it? Well, before that watch the video!

Marathon des Sables of Morocco

The Marathon des Sables is a 6 day long 243 km (151 mile) marathon held every year in the the Sahara Desert in Morocco. This marathon race requires running on uneven rocky ground and over immense sand dunes of Sahara. It is considered to be the toughest foot race on planet Earth.

The first event of the Marathon des Sables started in 1986. The whole distance of this marathon, which is equivalent to 5 1/2 regular marathons, is covered in sections similar to 25, 34, 38, 82, 42, 22 km. Some participants requires 7 days to cover it.

During this race participants are required to carry everything including food, clothes, a medical kit, a sleeping bag, a rescue flare, an anti-venom pump, and other survival items. Water and tents are supplied by the organizers. Physical strength is very important for this race. Runners can expect mid-day temperatures to soar as high as 120°F (49°C) and nighttime temperatures to drop to the freezing point.

This Toughest Foot Race on Earth gives every participant a chance to experience the natural beauty of the desert and helps them to create bond with different people from different cultures around the World.

Volkswagen Navigation System Ads

Take a look at these print ads for Volkswagen RNS 510 Navigation System. These prints says: "Navigation and entertainment in one. The RNS 510 Navigation System." It was done by advertising agency DDB of Berlin, Germany. Executive Creative Directors: Stefan Schulte and Bert Peulecke. Art Directors: Kristoffer Heilemann and Gabriel Mattar. Copywriters: Ludwig Berndl, Philip Bolland and Ricardo Wolff.

How to Create Hand Shadow Arts?

Want to create some beautiful art from hand shadows? Take a look at these images and create yourself some amazing hand shadows.

How to Start Blogging Effectively?

Individuals keep different thoughts they want to express those thoughts. Mostly, they cannot show it because of many reasons. Most individula just keep their thoughts inside them and never throw them out. One way of expressing these thoughts out of them is through writing. Writing is the standard outlet of those tribe that are afraid to show or express their thoughts through their jaws or through their gestures. People’s thought are usually written and proclaimed so that it can be returned and peruse by others. Many papers and publications communicate people’s thoughts for different reasons, but the purpose is to notify.

With the advent of technology, new ways are introduced to quota thoughts. It introduced additional high tech and faster way of expressing ideas and sharing thoughts through blogs. Blogs are trellis site - based journals where persons can reveal their ideas, thoughts and ideas online. Anyone that wanted to slice and donate report can start a blog. It is lank - immodest and in many cases, it is emancipate.

The word 'blog' is the shortened form of openwork blog or openwork log. Authoring a blog, maintaining and adding an entity to an modern blogs is called blogging. The person articles on a blog are called blog posts or entries, and the companion who posts the entries is called the blogger. Blogs are the fastest beginning means of mass missive in the universe today. Blogs are extraordinary awful. It has the capabilities of affecting elections, corporate policy and even brings down a simple. It has the tightness of changing the character and mentality of human. Blogs can change the globe.

Some tips for starting a blog effectively:
  • Look for blogging platforms and tools. There are both free and paid blogging services. All these services whether free or with charge come with many features. Decide yourself about the right blogging platform.
  • Try to explore and check out other blogs that offer features and articles that attracts you most.
  • A blog can be private or personal. You should decide on whether the blog you are going to post is to be either of the two.
  • You can create the look of your blog. Decide on how you want it to appear. You can choose color scheme and layout that will satisfy you. Most sites come with sets of predefined layouts and templates where you can choose from or you can edit your own.
  • When you are done setting up your blog, test it out by writing a few posts. Adjust the layout or style that you see fit.
  • If you want to make your blog look more attractive, there are some sites with many features to make it look better.
  • After creating and making your blog attractive, you can now publish your blog by sending the URL to people whom you want to be able to read your blog. So, go for some publicity.

Before writing blog posts, always checks your spells and words. Do not use many abbreviations and slang terms. Always keep the posts interesting. Try to avoid focusing on things that most readers will not find worthwhile. If you want people to return on a regular basis on your site to read it, update your blog more frequently. Try to establish a reader base that will motivate you to write more and in return, more people will read your posts.

In blogging, it requires sincerity, patience and dedication. The wanting to share ideas, thoughts, opinions and information felt in every article being posted. Every time you post, include your heart. Don't be dishearten too see few blog visitors. Give your time to write valuable and interesting posts. People will come automatically to your blog. And the rest is history! So, go and start a blog today.

World's Highest Free-falling Waterfall

Take a look at the picture above. This is Angel Falls, the world's highest free-falling waterfall at 979 m (3,212 ft), with a clear drop of 807 m (2,468 ft). It is located in the Canaima National Park, in the Gran Sabana region of Bolivar State, Venezuela at 5°58′03″N, 62°32′08″W coordinates.

In the indigenous Pemon language Angel Falls is called Kerepakupai merĂº meaning "waterfall of the deepest place". The height of the Angel falls is so great that before getting anywhere near the ground, the water is buffeted by the strong winds and turned into mist. The base of the falls feeds into the Kerep river, which flows into the Churun River, a tributary of the Carrao River.

The waterfalls was named after an American aviator called James "Jimmie" Crawford Angel. It was first sighted by the Venezuelan explorer Ernesto Sanchez La Cruz in 1912. But he did not publicize his discovery. On 16 November 1933 Crawford Angel flew over the waterfalls on a flight while he was searching for a valuable ore bed. Then, on 9 October 1937, Angel tried to land his Flamingo monoplane "El Rio Caroni" atop Auyan-tepui but the plane was damaged. So, he and his three companions, including his wife Marie were forced to descend the tepui on foot, that took them 11 days. That's why in honor of him the waterfall was later named as "Angel Falls".

The official height of the falls was determined by a National Geographic Society survey carried out by American journalist Ruth Robertson in 1949.

Angel falls is an important tourist attractions in Venezuela. But a trip to Angel falls is not so easy. To see the base of the falls you need to go on a river trip to the isolated and dense forest. Well, you can also book a flight to go for an aerial view.

Animals are not Clowns

Take a look at these meaningful print ads. They says "Animals are not clowns". This ad campaign was done by MSTF Partners for Animal Action, Portugal. Love animals and like it says, "Don’t be part of the show"!

Fat Rhesus Monkeys of Ohama park

The Rhesus Monkeys of Ohama park, Sakai, Osaka are on a weight loss diet program. Why? Because they have become overweight by eating extra food given by the visitors. Take a look at the images. So, the park has cut down on the amount of food being fed to the monkeys from 10 kg (22 lbs) per day to 2 kg (4.4 lbs). Now, the park is also planning to build a fence to prevent park visitors from throwing food to the monkeys. Photo: Reuters

World's Largest Gold Coin

This is the world's largest and most expensive gold coin, the "Canadian Gold Maple Leaf". The coin made of 99.999% pure gold, weighs 100 kilograms and is worth about 2 million euro (U.S. $ 3.2 million). For your information, Canadian Gold Maple Leaf is the official bullion gold coin of Canada and is produced by the Royal Canadian Mint.

On May 3, 2007, the Royal Canadian Mint unveiled the first Gold Maple Leaf coin with a face value of One Million Dollars! It measures 50 cm in diameter by 3 cm thick and weighs 100 kilograms, with a purity of 99.999%. The artist of this big coin is Stanley Witten. The coin is mainly a promotional product to give the mint a higher international profile. The 100-kilogram coin was conceived as a one-off showpiece to promote the mint's new line of 99.999 per cent pure one ounce Gold Maple Leaf bullion coins but after several interested buyers came forward the mint announced it would manufacture them as ordered and sell them for between $2.5 million and $3 million. Presently, there are only five such coins in the World.

Recently, the 100kg gold coin was on display at Vienna's Art History Museum. Images from: AP

The Story of Stonehenge

Finally the mysteries of the Stonehenge has been solved. Recent radiocarbon dating of cremated human remains from the Stonehenge site shows that Stonehenge was used as a cemetery at its inception around 3,000 BC until 2,500 BC. So, Stonehenge was an ancient burial site.

One of the most famous prehistoric sites in the world, Stonehenge is composed of earthworks surrounding a circular setting of large standing stones. It is located in the English county of Wiltshire, about 3.2 kilometres (2.0 mi) west of Amesbury and 13 kilometres (8.1 mi) north of Salisbury. In around 2,600 BC, 80 giant standing stones were arranged on Salisbury Plain, where there was already a 400-year-old stone circle. About two centuries later, even bigger stones were brought to the plain. Today, only 40 percent of the originals are there in Stonehenge and it has been announced as an UNESCO World Heritage Site.

New archaeological evidence found by the Stonehenge Riverside Archaeological Project, indicates that Stonehenge served as a burial ground from its earliest beginnings. And burials continued at Stonehenge for at least another 500 years when the giant stones which mark the landmark were put up.

"Stonehenge was a place of burial from its beginning to its zenith in the mid-third millennium BC," said Parker Pearson, who with support of the National Geographic Society leads the Stonehenge Riverside Archaeological Project.

Till now, archeologists believed that people had been buried at Stonehenge only between 2,700 and 2,600 BC, before its large stones, known as sarsens, were put in place. But a small pile of burned bones and teeth from one of the pits around Stonehenge's edge known as the Aubrey Holes dates to 3,030-2,880 BC, the study found. A second burial of an adult, from the ditch surrounding Stonehenge, dates to 2,930-2,870 BC. The most recent cremation, of a 25-year-old woman in the ditch's northern side, dates to 2,570-2,340 BC, around the time the first arrangements of sarsen stones appeared at Stonehenge.