Monday, 14 March 2011

Great Flood Predictions

Global warming is all the rage these days, and with 2012 right around the corner, more and more people are talking about the Great Flood. When most people think about the Great Flood, their minds manufacture images of Noah’s Ark, the Hindu ...story of Manu, or the harrowing Epic of Gilgamesh. Yes, the Great Flood myth is widespread among many cultures and is mostly about a huge flood that comes and destroys civilization. If a massive flood were to occur, what would it look like, and what cities and countries would be the first to “drown?”

Pleasant thoughts, ay? For your demented viewing pleasure, here are a collection of images that depict a modern Great Flood. There’s even a world map that shows what regions the water would fill.

If this happens maybe we’ll manage to live under the water. The statues that that call the famed underwater museum their home are able to cope with it quite handily. I don’t know; maybe life underwater wouldn’t be so bad. The crab Sebastian in The Little Mermaid seemed to enjoy it. He got on all fours and went into a song about it in the 1989 flick.

“Under the sea
Nobody beat us
Fry us and eat us
In fricassee”

Maybe he had a point, ay? Should we rethink the whole premise of our existence? Maybe a great flood that knocks out half the cities in the world and forces us to build an underwater empire is actually desirable. Dolphins seem to live a carefree life of splendor. Bottom-feeders on the other hand–not so much. Which kind of makes me wonder what sort of drugs the Sebastain crab was on when he sang that song. “Nobody beat us?” Um, actually, you get killed and eaten quite often.

But, obviously, humans wouldn’t be bottom-feeders if we lived under the sea. No, no. We would dominate. Maybe we should brace for a world where the fiction of an underwater society becomes a reality.

Finger Monkeys – Too Small To Be Real

Ever held a finger monkey before? What’s a finger monkey, you ask. Well, believe it or not, it’s a monkey the size of a human finger. They got their name because of their size and the fact that they cling to your fingers when you try to ho...ld them. The planet’s smallest living primate, finger monkeys are also known as pocket monkeys or tiny lions.

Indigenous to the rain forests of Brazil, Peru, Ecuador, and Colombia (where they possibly export drugs to other finger monkeys), the common finger monkey can grow up to 14 inches. Don’t let a finger monkey’s looks fool you. Its claws are extremely sharp, and when a provoked, these pygmy marmosets can wreak havoc like you’ve never seen.
So, how bout it? Would you want a finger monkey as a pet? Well, if you’re angry that you can’t own a finger monkey (legally, anyway), comfort yourself by looking at this amazing fat monkey constructed of 10,000 flip flops.

Thursday, 3 March 2011

exam cheating

Almost every student out there dream about getting A grade. Some students succeed because of their hard work in studies but lazy and weak students are always looking for shortcuts. They are trying to find methods of cheating in exams. We shouldn’t use any illegal method to pass our exams, because it can destroy our future. So pay you full attention on your studies not at cheating. Anyways we have collected some photographs of students who are using different method of cheating in their exams

 Sussanne Roshan, the beautiful wife of Hrithik Roshan, who has done interior for many B-Town celebs launched her second interior design store called The Charcoal Project. Katrina Kaif, Aamir Khan and Preity Zinta were spotted mingling with ...the couple.

Other Celebs spotted at the event were Shahid Kapoor, Amrita Arora, Gauri Khan, Arjun Rampal, Fardeen Khan, Shilpa Shetty, Sameer Soni and his Wife, and Sophie Chaudhry