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A colossal dry cleaner bag to lift skydiver

A colossal "dry cleaner bag" to lift skydiver

A photo provided by Red Bull Stratos on July 25, 2012, a balloon lifts up during the second test in Roswell, N.M. It is described as a 40 acre dry cleaner bag but when filled will stretch 55 stories high. It is scheduled to liftoff from Roswell,N.M on Monday to carry Fearless Felix 23 miles into the stratosphere.

09 October 2012
Views: 1734
Screen addicted children a new Mental Illness

Screen addicted children a new Mental Illness

Now-a-days most of the children instead we can say majority of them are seen texting on cellphones, playing video games, internet surfing, watching TV so, they stare at the screen all day and night. This has lead to a new mental illness referred as "internet use disorder" and has been confirmed by further research.

06 October 2012
Views: 910
An intact carcass of 300k year old woolly mammoth founded by a Russian kid

An intact carcass of 300k year old woolly mammoth founded by a Russian kid

A Russian kid 11 year old came across something that hadn't been seen in more than 100 years while just exploring his neighborhood a nearly intact woolly mammoth.

05 October 2012
Views: 914
In just 178 days a man walks across whole America

In just 178 days a man walks across whole America

A 25 year old guy named Nick Kleckner got tired of his normal life style so, he just gave up and threw himself on a 178 day journey from Florida and California. He had nothing much to get a snack to eat and a place to sleep so, all he could do was depend on strangers for meal and a place to sleep.

04 October 2012
Views: 975
Oil down just ahead of US inventory data

Oil down just ahead of US inventory data

World oil prices were narrowly mixed on Wednesday as the investors sat tight ahead of US energy inventory data. New York’s main contract West Texas Intermediate crude for delivery in February fell about 38 cents to $101.86 a barrel.

03 October 2012
Views: 1136
Asteroid dust could be used to fight climatic changes on Earth

Asteroid dust could be used to fight climatic changes on Earth

In Scotland a group of scientists have suggested a unique approach to fighting global warming on Earth. The scientists believe that the reaction towards global warming on Earth is a giant dust cloud blasted from an asteroid to act as a sunshade for Earth. According to the scientists, a project that reduced the amount of solar radiation the Earth receives by only 1.7% could offset the effects of the global increase in temperature of 3.6°F.

01 October 2012
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World climatic changes are deeply affecting world GDP

World climatic changes are deeply affecting world GDP

World's climatic changes are concerning one and all. Previously, these are leading to events like heavy rainfall, droughts, heat waves or even retreat of glaciers. According to the climate Vulnerability monitor it is said that these are having a worse impact on gross domestic product of the world.

01 October 2012
Views: 1135
Television gets high ranking for online video viewing in US

Television gets high ranking for online video viewing in US

In the United States the online video fans prefer big screen televisions to computers when it comes to video viewing according to a report released on September 25 by NPD Group. The factors involve gaming consoles, internet connected televisions, online entertainment and streaming services.

01 October 2012
Views: 988
A warning given by WHO on spread of drug resistant malaria to Burma, Vietnam

A warning given by WHO on spread of drug resistant malaria to Burma, Vietnam

Global health officials are taking special measures to fight against the deadliest spread of malaria. It is expected that if necessary measures are not taken on the right time its going to spread in all parts of Vietnam.

01 October 2012
Views: 850
Synthesis of element 113 claimed by Japanese scientists

Synthesis of element 113 claimed by Japanese scientists

This Wednesday a group of Japanese scientists announced that they have finally synthesized the elusive element 113 named ununtrium. Its for the first time that Japanese scientists have been able to synthesize an element of periodic table.

28 September 2012
Views: 967