The only tree that survived the tsunami in Japan between 70,000 trees. Today protected and restored
Passive aggressive plaque at Victoria university
First Class on an A-380
Meals Served In First Class Flights Emirates
Meal: Traditional Arabic Mezze, smoked tomato soup, bread from basket, Grilled fish briyani, Thai style chicken with sautéed vegetables, chocolate soufflé with mint sauce and Gopa chocolates
41 years ago , the Grateful Dead debuted the “Wall of Sound” – 26,400 watts of continuous power weighing in at 75 tons (‘I Know You Rider’)
Fake Amps On Stage….LOL!
144-Year-Old Wisteria, Largest In Japan
This is what the tea looked like that was dumped into the Boston harbor [Boston Tea party 1773]
Gas Station In Slovakia
Cactus in Oaxaca
This guy needs some help…
A poacher hunter
Wolverine then vs. Wolverine now
A Vietnamese Fisherman with his Haul of Fish Traps to be Sold at a Local Market
The sun, shot in ultraviolet
Dark Hedges In Ballymoney, Ireland
The Flight recorder (black box) Onboard All Commerical Airlines (How does a plane’s black box actually work?)
Black box from Germanwings Flight 4U 9525
This is how Chinese soilders keep their posture
Top google searches for “how much does _____ cost”
School boys passing by working boys in the Philippines
Tokyo commuters waiting for their train
A 300-year-old fresco by Andrea Pozzo. The entire ceiling is fla
A lion gets a CAT scan
A Beast on land, and in water too
This man has been making pizzas since 1965 in Brooklyn, NY
This was taken by Jim Abernethy, a photographer who specializes in taking shark pictures without a cage.
This is how James bond is being filmed (Aston Martin DB 10)
Buy the cooks a beer $1
The war against ISIS. It has a maximum effective range of 4 kilometres (2.5 mi). The weapon weighs 22 kilograms (49 lb) and is 1.85 metres (6.1 ft) long. ( Iraq )
Ten rounds of 155mm excalibur a minute. 30 seconds to deploy and 30 seconds to pack up again. Can be operated by at least one person. The Swedish Archer
The curled fingers – part of a statue that may have stood over 40 feet tall at the Temple of Hercules, in Amman, Jordan. 2000 years old.
Bike escalator in Norway
Kim Jong Un Gets Guile Inspired Haircut
NASA’s SDO Captures its 100 Millionth Image of the Sun
An instrument on NASA’s Solar Dynamics Observatory (SDO) captured its 100 millionth image of the sun. The instrument is the Atmospheric Imaging Assembly, or AIA, which uses four telescopes working parallel to gather eight images of the sun—cycling through 10 different wavelengths—every 12 seconds. This is a processed image of SDO multiwavelength blend from Jan. 19, 2015, the date of the spacecraft’s 100th millionth image release.
Between the AIA and two other instruments on board, the Helioseismic Magnetic Imager and the Extreme Ultraviolet Variability Experiment, SDO sends down a whopping 1.5 terabytes of data a day. In the almost five years since its launch on Feb. 11, 2010, SDO has provided images of the sun to help scientists better understand how the roiling corona gets to temperatures some 1000 times hotter than the sun’s surface, what causes giant eruptions such as solar flares, and why the sun’s magnetic fields are constantly on the move.
Audi TT with 84,000 miles without an oil change
Satellite Image of a Tornado Aftermath
In Korea, they have Female-Only parking lots. The pink spaces are meant for women drivers, and give wider lots and more driveway space to park.
Ammy Jung, a 23 year old girl who force feeds herself 5000 calories a day so she can reach her “goal” of weighing 420lbs
Because nothing feeds the hungry or takes care of the sick like spending 1.1 million dollars building a 198 foot steel cross.
The Cross Foundation completed a 198 foot Cross at the intersection of Interstates 57 & 70 in Effingham, Illinois. The site is intended to serve as a beacon of hope to the 50,000 travelers estimated to pass the site each day. The Cross Foundation is dedicated to building both faith and family on an ecumenical basis.