Today I found an amazing story of a dog and his owner! It's very touching when you see this incredible dog doing what he does! Watch the movie to see for yourself!
The trick is very simple: you just take a shot of what's behind your screen and make it your desktop background. And yes, I've tried it, and yes, it's more difficult than it looks to get it just right, especially if you don't have a laptop.Just imagine when a friend will come to you and he will look at your laptop, or at your PC, and will see this. It's hard to make it look good, but in the end it looks really nice.
This is the largest digging machine (or trencher or rotating shovel) in the world. It was built by Krupp and is shown here crossing a road in Germany on the way to its destination, an open air coal mine. Although at the mine the treads are unnecessary, it was cheaper to make the machine self-propelled than to try and move it with conventional hauling equipment. Some factoids:
* The machine is 95 meters high and 215 meters long (almost 2.5 football fields in length)
* Weight is 45,500 tons (that's equivalent to a bumper to bumper line of jeeps 80 miles long)
* It took 5 years to design and manufacture at a cost of $100 million
* Maximum digging speed is 10 meters per minute
* Can move more than 76,000 cubic meters of coal, rock, and earth per day
I'm wondering how this machine is moving from one place to another ...
The internet regulation system approve the creation of new web extensions beside .com , .org , .us and others thus every person or company can register a practically infinite number of web pages.
The Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (Icann) announced that it will be possible in april-may 2009. I believe at first there are going to be expensive to register, but in time the price will fall. This is one of the biggest changes since the introduction of .com.
Imagine you can put your name as an extension, or everything you want. We will have a lot of stuff to choose from. It will be a big change, we will have to wait and see!
I knew the Dead Sea is a really nice place, but when i saw these pictures I was stunned. Unfortunately, the Dead Sea is dying; it's falling by a meter in depth every year due to the massive evaporation. As a matter of fact, it is 10 times more salty than the Mediteranean Sea and 1300 feet below sea level.
Water is amazing.The water froze the instant the wave broke through the ice.That's what it is like in Antarctica where it is the coldest weather in decades. Water freezes the instant it comes in contact with the air. The temperature of the water is already some degrees below freezing. Just look at how the wave froze in mid-air!!!