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http://www.wonderslist.com - Top 10 truly beautiful abandoned places on the planet, complete with description and pictures. Hoping to bring some essence of real life to what many consider an extremely fictional occurrence. These are some of the world’s strangest places, spots where time appears to have stood still. Once thriving settlements that are now nothing more than ghost towns.
http://modernfarmer.com - Scientists & researchers at Purdue University’s Nutrition Science department in Lafayette, Indiana took a rainbow of common foods and put them under the microscope to determine just how much dye manufacturers put in some of their most popular products.
http://vimeo.com - The Art of Flight:A collection of shots from flights made during the 2009-2010 season by the talented group of wingsuit basejumpers, while flying the V3, Hybrid LD2/Trango rigs and testing several new V-series wingsuit prototypes around Europe.Feel the need, the need for speed!
http://www.wonderslist.com - I am going to discuss the top 10 unwanted helpers of human. The ten of most loath full essential for human beings. Normally we consider that creatures, mentioned below, are useless and harmful. But in fact all these things very very essential for human beings.
http://www.youtube.com - De Oehoe (Bubo bubo) is een grote en indrukwekkende vogel, kleiner dan de steenarend, maar groter dan de sneeuwuil. Deze uil wordt soms de titel 's werelds grootste uil toegedicht, maar dat geldt ook voor de Blakistons Visuil (Bubo blakistoni), die gemiddeld iets groter is. De Oehoe heeft een spanwijdte tussen de 138 - 200 cm en is 58 tot 73 cm lang.
http://listverse.com - While many plants generously display their flowers every year and throughout entire seasons, others take their sweet time in showing off their blooms. Some hold back for years and even centuries before blossoming, which makes seeing the event a once-in-a-lifetime experience.
http://blogs.smithsonianmag.com - The star GD61 is a white dwarf similar in diameter to Earth, but with a mass roughly that of the Sun, so that a teaspoon of it is estimated to weigh about 5.5 tons. All things considered, it’s not a particularly promising stellar locale to find evidence of life. But a new analysis of the debris, GD61 may have provided a much more hospitable environment.
http://www.youtube.com - The Siberian tiger (Panthera tigris altaica), also known as the Amur tiger, is a tiger subspecies inhabiting mainly the Sikhote Alin mountain region with a small subpopulation in southwest Primorye province in the Russian Far East. In 2005, there were 331--393 adult-subadult Amur tigers in this region, with a breeding adult population of about 250 individuals.