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Most Beautiful Object

CAPE TOWN, Feb 23 (Reuters Life!) – A South African device that claims to put a condom on a man with ease in less than three seconds has been named the “most beautiful object” at a design show in Cape Town.

Roelf Mulder’s plastic condom applicator won top prize at the Design Indaba Beautiful Objects exposition in the tourist resort city, beating out 14 other products, including an ultra-modern pre-fabricated house.
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Saturday, February 24, 2007 Posted by | Culture, Lifestyle, News, Others, Science, Trivia | 1 Comment

OFFICIAL: Fellatio Prevents Breast Cancer

The Discovery of Fellatio (mymalaysia)
A recent study confirmed what men knew all along.

Women who perform the act of fellatio and swallow semen on a regular basis, one to two times a week, may reduce their risk of breast cancer by up to 40 percent, a North Carolina State University study found.

Doctors had never suspected a link between the act of fellatio and breast cancer, but new research being performed at North Carolina State University is starting to suggest that there could be an important link between the two.
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Thursday, February 22, 2007 Posted by | Culture, Inspiration, Lifestyle, News, Politics, Science, Tips, Trivia | 5 Comments

UFO in KL

Is this real?

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Wednesday, February 21, 2007 Posted by | Documentary, Issues, Live Video, Others, Science, UFOs, Videos | Leave a comment

UFO Documentaries

 Featured here are 3 UFO documentaries. Synopses are of the uploaders.  

1] UFO and Alien Disclosure 2006

At last astounding revelations by the world’s foremost authorities including: Dr. Steven M. Greer, Steve Bassett, Jim Marrs, Robert O. Dean, Dr. Michael Salla, Stanton T. Friedman, Alfred L. Webre, John Greenwald Jr., Dr. Len Horowitz, Dr. Richard Boylan, Jaime Maussan, Paola Harris, Jerry Pippin, Dr. Bruce Maccabee, A. J. Gevaerd, Sean David Morton, Graham E. Bethune, Col. Wendelle C. Stevens, Monsignor Corrado Balducci, James W. Deardorff, Phd., Robert M. Wood PhD, Charles Hall, Richard Dolan, Steven Jones, Rob Simone, Don Ware, Richard Giordano, James Courant, Dolores Cannon, Maurice Osborn, David Coote, Stoyan Cheresharov, Daniel Munioz, Lisa Davis, Bruce Jessop, Robert Miles, Alan G.Toleman, Jutta Savill. Hosted by Erika Jessop.

Never before has there been such a disclosure of the web of lies and disinformation that the Governments of the world do not want you to know! Hear contactee’s, experiencer’s and abductee’s share their amazing testimonies!

Discover the truth about extraterrestrial contact.

(Running Time: 1h 37m 26s)

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Tuesday, February 20, 2007 Posted by | Commentary, Documentary, Google Video, Issues, Others, Science, UFOs, Videos | 1 Comment

Amazing Octopus

Octopuses are amazing creatures. These cephalapods are considered to be the most intelligent of all invertebrates. See this octopus’ amazing ability to squeeze through a 1-inch hole.

Tuesday, February 20, 2007 Posted by | Documentary, Google Video, Science, Trivia, Videos | Leave a comment

Crop Circle Chronicles

This is a SERIOUS look at the crop circle phenomenon! This is one of the best seriously documented analysis of the circles, and an interpretation of what the message might being saying to us. – as quoted by the uploader

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Monday, February 19, 2007 Posted by | Commentary, Documentary, Issues, Live Video, News, Quotes, Science, Videos | Leave a comment

Hiroshima – Re-enacted

 Hiroshima Atomic Bombing –  CGI Re-enactment

From the BBC documentary, “Hiroshima”:

Thursday, February 15, 2007 Posted by | Commentary, Computers, Documentary, Issues, Politics, Science, Videos | Leave a comment

Smell of the Sea

 Lab work is no day at the beach. Rachel Rogers and Jon Todd are co-authors on the study. Credit: A. Johnston, University of East Anglia, UK  
Lab work is no day at the beach. Rachel Rogers and Jon Todd are co-authors on the study

Andrew Johnston and his colleagues have discovered how bacteria make the ocean smell like the ocean. “We’ve known that bacteria make it, we’ve even given names to some of the bacteria, but we’ve never known how,” says Johnston, a Professor of Biological Sciences at the University of East Anglia in the U.K..   

The salty sea air smell can be traced to the gas dimethyl sulfide (DMS), Johnston says. DMS is derived from the molecule DMSP, which is produced by seaweed, phytoplankton and even some marsh plants to protect them against the stresses of life in the ocean.

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Monday, February 5, 2007 Posted by | News, Science, Trivia | Leave a comment

   

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