Sunday, October 25, 2009

Strange Clouds (Moscow)

What is going on over there that these crazy cloud formations are allowed to happen!?

It look like a Giant UFO !!

Sand Dune Flip

Wednesday, October 14, 2009

Life outside EARTH ??

See to believe !!

Life on Mars: NASA. Evidence of Past Life on the Red Planet.(The Origin of Life on Mars)
This video details the scientific evidence proving that microbial life lived on Mars from 4 billion to at least 1 million years ago. A documentary film by Rhawn Joseph, Ph.D.

Life On MARS? - New Scientific Evidence
Scientists announce the discovery of startling artificial Megalithic structures found among recently released NASA / JPL photos taken by the Mars Global Surveyor and that these artificial structures are stunning proof that Mars was once inhabited by an intelligent civilization. Includes a spectacular collection of new photographs presented by Dr. Tom Van Flandern, former Chief Astronomer for the United States Naval Observatory. See remarkable monuments, "T" shaped craters, gigantic glass tube systems, ancient forest remains and grand edifices that will leave you speechless.

Michael Jackson's ghost...

A builder from Stafford looks into his car bonnet and sees the King of Pop's face staring said the photos were taken in the morning after he died

There is also a video clip with MJ ghost walking across ....

Mickey Mouse creature discovered in desert

Rare mini-kangaroo type animal with huge ears is caught on film for the first time.

A real life combined dna of rat + bunny + kangaroo "PIKACHU" ??

Hubble Deep Field: The Most Imp. Image Ever Taken

In 2003, the Hubble Space Telescope took the image of a millenium, an image that shows our place in the universe. Anyone who understands what this image represents, is forever changed by it.

This is the latest incarnation of the HDF video. The narration has been edited to include research from a paper in Physical Review Letters (2004) which puts the size of the universe at 46.5 billion light years (In the video narration, it was round that value up to 47 billion light years.)

The Hubble Ultra Deep Field in 3D

This is an animation that was rendered using the measured redshift of all 10,000 galaxies in the Hubble Ultra Deep Field image.

It will leads you through a quick history of both deep field images and this video ends with a fly-through of the Ultra Deep Field.

Every galaxy in the image is in its proper distance as viewed from the telescope line of sight.Amazing !!


A "death star" galaxy that is possibly destroying nearby life forms by firing off powerful jets of particles, has been discovered.

Prehistoric Mammoth Discovered

A baby mammoth which died 37000 years ago could unlock the genetic map of some extinct animals. It's the best preserved prehistoric animal

Friday, August 14, 2009

Tuesday, July 21, 2009


On August 07, 2009

At 12hr 34 minutes and 56 seconds on the 7th of August this year, the
time and date will be:

12:34:56 7/8/09

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9

This will never happen in your life again??!!!!

Amaze your friends..... be the first to tell them.

Singapore to experience minimal effects of upcoming solar eclipse

solar eclipe

SINGAPORE: Come Wednesday (22th July 2009), China, India and Japan will be seeing its longest total solar eclipse in almost 500 years.

But Singapore will have to wait a little longer to experience the full eclipse.

Scientists said Singapore will only experience a partial solar eclipse between 8.40am and 9.40am.

They added that unlike other countries there will be minimal changes to temperature and visibility.

The Singapore Science Centre will be providing special equipment for members of the public to view the eclipse.

It will also have talks about the astronomical phenomenon. — CNA/vm

Solar eclipse pits superstition against science

MUMBAI (AFP) - - Indian astrologers are predicting violence and turmoil across the world as a result of this week's total solar eclipse, which the superstitious and religious view as a sign of potential doom.

But astronomers, scientists and secularists are trying to play down claims of evil portent in connection with Wednesday's natural spectacle, when the moon will come between the Earth and the sun, completely obscuring the sun.

In Hindu mythology, the two demons Rahu and Ketu are said to "swallow" the sun during eclipses, snuffing out its life-giving light and causing food to become inedible and water undrinkable.

Pregnant women are advised to stay indoors to prevent their babies developing birth defects, while prayers, fasting and ritual bathing, particularly in holy rivers, are encouraged.

Shivani Sachdev Gour, a gynaecologist at the Fortis Hospital in New Delhi, said a number of expectant mothers scheduled for caesarian deliveries on July 22 had asked to change the date.

"This is a belief deeply rooted in Indian society. Couples are willing to do anything to ensure that the baby is not born on that day," Gour said.

Astrologers have predicted a rise in communal and regional violence in the days following the eclipse, particularly in India, China and other Southeast Asian nations where it can be seen on Wednesday morning.

Mumbai astrologer Raj Kumar Sharma predicted "some sort of attack by (Kashmiri separatists) Jaish-e-Mohammad or Al-Qaeda on Indian soil" and a devastating natural disaster in Southeast Asia.

An Indian political leader could be killed, he said, and tension between the West and Iran is likely to increase, escalating into possible US military action after September 9, when fiery Saturn moves from Leo into Virgo.

"The last 200 years, whenever Saturn has gone into Virgo there has been either a world war or a mini world war," he told AFP.

It is not just in India that some are uneasy about what will transpire because of the eclipse.

In ancient China they were often associated with disasters, the death of an emperor or other dark events, and similar superstitions persist.

"The probability for unrest or war to take place in years when a solar eclipse happens is 95 percent," announced an article that attracted a lot of hits on the popular Chinese web portal

Sanal Edamaruku, president of the Indian Rationalist Association, dismissed such doomsday predictions.

"Primarily, what we see with all these soothsayers and astrologers is that they're looking for opportunities to enhance their business with predictions of danger and calamity," he told AFP.

"They have been very powerful in India but over the last decade they have been in systematic decline."

Astronomers and scientists are also working to educate the public about the eclipse.
Travel firm Cox and Kings has chartered a Boeing 737-700 aircraft to give people the chance to see the eclipse from 41,000 feet (12,500 metres).
Experts will be on board to explain it to passengers, some of whom have paid 79,000 rupees (1,600 dollars) for a "sun-side" seat on the three-hour flight from New Delhi.

The eclipse's shadow is expected to pass over the aircraft at 15 times the speed of sound (Mach 15), said Ajay Talwar, president of the SPACE Group of companies that promotes science and astronomy.

"It's coming in the middle of the monsoon season. On the ground, there's a 40 percent chance of seeing it in India. On the aircraft you have almost a 90 percent chance of seeing the eclipse," he added.

Siva Prasad Tata, who runs the Astro Jyoti website, straddles the two worlds.

"There's no need to get too alarmed about the eclipse, they are a natural phenomenon," the astrologer told AFP.

But he added: "During the period of the eclipse, the opposite attracting forces are very, very powerful. From a spiritual point of view, this is a wonderful time to do any type of worship.

"It will bring about good results, much more than on an ordinary day."

A Total Eclipse of the Sun

This video describes how a solar eclipse and lunar occur. The video is a good source for review; especially for the New York State Earth Science Regents. Courtesy of United Streaming.

Friday, April 17, 2009

Susan Boyle on Britains Got Talent 2009!! Incredible Voice!!

Quote from Yahoo Video...

"I am so touched and I cried; especially when it is my favourite song. Susan you are so inspiring. "

omarar22 :
" I cried when I hear she sings.It's a very touching scene cos the audience laugh when she told them her age.She is very courageous and try to overcome Simon question with a joke.I simply love her for her tenacity in achieving her dream to perform in a large audiences.That is the human spirit and a good English uumph!"

"got goosebumps watching this and put tears in my eyes.. i'm really stunned by her voice. why haven't she dicovered at an early age? this only opens an eye to everyone that we should not lose hope and continue dreaming whether your young or old... she really is an "OLD TIGER".. benjie from the Philippines "

"OW! it's a real surprise for most people who often judge people on the outside appearance, you really OPEN the eyes of people who ignore people like u with such a huge TALENT. Hope by seeing you may there be more people like you who will go out & take chances for the world to know that YOU Susan deserves the best. YOU MADE ME CRY I AM HAPPY THAT ALL JUDGES APPRECIATE YOU AS A PERSON BUT A WONDERFUL SINGER. Best wishes for a new career ahead of you... "

Wednesday, March 18, 2009

Tales from the crypt (Singapore)

SINGAPORE (AFP) - - Wong Shun Feng says he has seen spirits, been afflicted by supernatural phenomena and taken advice from gods -- and that it's all just part of the job.
Affectionately known to his friends as "Tua Ya Pek" after a Taoist god of the spiritual underworld, Wong is a gravedigger who exhumes the bones of the dead to make way for development in Singapore.

According to Taoist belief, Wong is among the first to greet the dead when they embark on their journey beyond the grave.
But instead of guiding the spirits towards reincarnation, nirvana (transcendence) or the "nine hells," he sends them to a new earthly resting place as cemeteries make way for roads, housing and public services.

The dead are not always willing to move, he says.
"I've seen spirits hovering beside me as I dig their grave, heard them whisper to me 'Ah Tee (young man), please don't move me'," Wong recalls matter-of-factly.
But not all spirits are so benign, he said.

The 53-year-old, who has been a gravedigger for almost 30 years, says he once saw a tree standing over a grave he was exhuming "shaking violently when trees next to it were still -- and there was no breeze".

He said once he was even "punished" for disrespecting the dead when he swore at a grave.
"In the evening after the dig, my left forearm was completely stiff even though I did not injure it, like the forearm of a corpse, and it was only after midnight that I regained use of it," said Wong, gesturing to the affected area.

Nevertheless, he says he is not afraid of the supernatural.
"As long as you have a good heart, they won't harm you," he said.
Neither does he care that people here might look down on him as an anachronism in a Westernised society, despite the fact that superstition has deep roots among ethnic Chinese, who account for 75 percent of the 3.6 million population.

"People might think that this type of work is taboo but I'm fine with it. I like the rugged life," he said.
A stocky man, Wong cuts an imposing figure with a variety of tattoos, the most prominent of which are the images of Tua Ya Pek and Li Ya Pek emblazoned across his chest and back.
The images of the two Taoist deities, who are said to be in charge of keeping spirits in line, are not there for decoration.

"I respect the gods, that's why I tattoo them on my body," said Wong, who claims to have seen apparitions of the gods and received lessons on life and work from them.
On a recent exhumation conducted by the Singapore Land Authority to clear a Chinese cemetery in northern Singapore for redevelopment, it took Wong and three colleagues nearly three hours to dig a narrow hole about four metres (12 feet) deep.
Using simple tools such as plowshares, crowbars and wicker baskets, they burrowed through soil, sand and cement, which the rich used in the past to seal their graves, before finally reaching the coffin.

Prying open the lid, Wong and another gravedigger picked out the bones and washed them with rice wine before handing them to the family, who gave them red packets containing token sums of money in appreciation.
These envelopes are the main source of income for gravediggers because the 100 dollar (65 US) payment for each exhumation only goes to one individual and the gravediggers take turns receiving it.

"The income is not fixed. It depends on how generous the families are with their red packets," said Wong.
As the work is not stable he supplements his earnings with odd jobs such as house painting and repairs.

But he has his hands full for the moment as the 70,000-square-metre (753,000-square-feet) Guang Xiao Shan Cemetery, near the border with Malaysia, has been earmarked for conversion into a train depot.

The pace of Singapore's development has meant that between 1970 and 1998, more than 240,000 graves in 100 cemeteries were exhumed, the latest available estimate shows.
And according to Wong, all the deceased, including the current "residents," must be placated.
"Ghosts are the same as human beings," he said. "They have feelings and emotions as well. How would you feel if you had to shift after living in the same place for 50 years?"
When asked about his own mortality, Wong shrugged as he pointed to the tattoo of the deity Li Ya Pek smiling serenely on his chest.

"I haven't really thought about it. Let's see what my big brother says," he said with a laugh

Saturday, March 14, 2009

Face Tree (Taiwan)

This tree got 2 eyes , a nose and a mouth. Really look scary as if it was looking at you...

Remains of 16th-century 'vampire' found

Forensic anthropologist Matteo Borrini from the University of Florence is seen in this undated handout photo

An undated handout photo from the University of Florence shows the remains of a female "vampire" from 16th-century Venice. Italian researchers believe they have found the remains of a female "vampire" from 16th-century Venice, buried with a brick in her mouth to prevent her feasting on plague victims. Matteo Borrini, a forensic anthropologist from the University of Florence, said the discovery was the first confirmation of a Medieval belief that vampires were behind the spread of epidemics, such as the Black Death.

Thursday, January 29, 2009

holland village singapore - streakers couple jailed

This 2 streakers - a Japanese lady and her caucasian boyfriend confronted the Law of Singapore by walking in complete nude. They lost, as expected.

Source:whoeversg (youtube)

Story :

Naked Couple in Holland Village

I was in Holland Village at around 11pm last night, when me and my friends saw two naked people walking towards us near NYDC!One was a tall Caucasian man, and the other a petite woman who looked Japanese. They both had footwear on, and the girl was wearing a slingbag, but other than that, they were completely nude!

They looked really comfortable walking down the street, which led to many curious stares. Interestingly enough, the couple walked towards 7-11, and must have made their way around the entire Holland V, because they eventually appeared again near Wala Wala! They stopped at one of the tables to chat with a group of people and were still naked! Even when a crowd gathered and some people started taking photos, they didn't bother to cover their private parts or run away.Minutes later, they put their clothes back on, and left the area to walk towards 7-11 again.

Quite a few people in the crowd cheered them on, and the girl even waved back haha. Very very unforgettable sight which I took a few photos of. Shall post one censored one here
source: leonardtan.
Out on bail: Naked couple in Holland Village
(Source: Khushwant Singh )

A CROWD cheered as a naked couple strolled down Lorong Mambong in Holland Village last Saturday evening.

Manager Terence Chia, 30, of the Baden Restaurant and Pub, told The Straits Times yesterday that he saw the couple - a Caucasian man and his Japanese-looking companion - taking off their clothes at the staircase leading to a nearby Housing Board block of flats.'Then, clothes in hand, they coolly walked in their flip-flops towards the market,' he said.

A couple treated open air diners to a 15-minute naked parade in Singapore, triggering both embarrassment and applause for a scene almost unheard of in the conservative city-state.Pub manager Terence Chia told the Straits Times newspaper he saw the couple taking off their clothes on Saturday night at a staircase in a block of flats in Holland Village, known for its popular nightspots."Then, clothes in hand, they coolly walked in their flip-flops towards the market," he said, adding when the coupledid a U-turn a sea of spectators was ready and poised with cameras."

There were more than 200 people and everyone was taking pictures," the newspaper on Wednesday quoted Chia as saying."Even women were busy clicking and people were cheering, whistling and applauding like crazy."

Police said the couple, a Caucasian man and an ethnic Chinese woman in their 20s, had been arrested and released on bail.If convicted under Singapore law, they could face a fine of maximum fine of $2000, up to 3 months in jail, or both.

"They looked really comfortable walking down the street, which led to many curious stares," wrote blogger Leonard Tan. "Singapore is getting more and more exciting."

Two planes struck by lighting

Two planes today got struck by lighting when landing at the airport.

Wednesday, January 21, 2009