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1. Facts About the Internet's Undersea Cables:
There’s disagreement as to why, exactly, sharks like gnawing on submarine communications cables. Maybe it has something to do with electromagnetic fields. Maybe they’re just curious. Maybe they’re trying to disrupt our communications infrastructure before mounting a land-based assault. (My theory.) The point remains that sharks are chewing on the Internet, and sometimes damage it. In response, companies such as Google are shielding their cables in shark-proof wire wrappers.
LIST AND MAP OF CABLES
2. BISMUTH CRYSTALS
Easy to grow.
3. Gravity – a feather or a ball – which hit the ground first
Brian Cox visits NASA’s Space Power Facility in Ohio to see what happens when a bowling ball and a feather are dropped together under the conditions of outer space.
ï»¿4. Mind Reading
ï»¿Technology that can reconstruct the images inside a person's mind and display them on a computer monitor
5. World’s Longest and Deepest tunnel opens in 2016
57.09 km (35.5 mi)
A solar furnace is a structure that uses concentrated solar power to produce high temperatures, usually for industry. Parabolic mirrors or heliostats concentrate light (Insolation) onto a focal point. The temperature at the focal point may reach 3,500 °C (6,330 °F), and this heat can be used to generate electricity, melt steel, make hydrogen fuel or nanomaterials.
The largest solar furnace is at Odeillo in the PyrÃ©nÃ©es-Orientales in France, opened in 1970. It employs an array of plane mirrors to gather sunlight, reflecting it onto a larger curved mirror.
7. GIFTS YOU CAN MAKE AT HOME
8. Giant Hot Wheels Sculpture
Some people have too much time and money to spend. They just don’t know when to stop.
9.Jaw on the Floor: Entire Chunk of Feathered Dinosaur Discovered in Amber
Jaw on the Floor: Entire Chunk of Feathered Dinosaur Discovered in Amber
Again, because this bears repeating, these are REAL dinosaur feathers, people. Still in place on an actual dinosaur tail. AMAZING.
10. How did the fish cross the road
Washington State, 2016
11. Transformer Owl
The Northern White Owl can take on 3 radically different shapes in response to raptor sightings. The owl has a rather notable defense mechanism. When faced with a predator (like another owl slightly larger than it) the bird flares its wings to appear larger. When faced with something much larger than itself, it pulls its feathers inwards, elongates its body, and narrows its eyes to thin slits.
Spiral Staircase in Taihang Mountains , China
Just looking at these stairs is enough to give anyone vertigo, but they are expected to attract thousands of tourists in China.The 300ft spiral staircase has been installed on the wall of the Taihang Mountains in Linzhou to offer the thrill of mountaineering without the danger.But senior climbers beware – you have to be under 60 to be allowed on the staircase.
Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2221883/Taihang-Mountains-300ft-spiral-staircase-Chinese-tourists-taste-high-life.html#ixzz4Sl3wAo1u
12. Awareness Test – You are so fast asleep you will be embarrassed
13. Win Free Beer
Bets you will always win
14. Lets see who the boss is
Fearless goat goes head-to-head with a bull
15. MASS MIGRATION
Golden Ray - amazing mass migration
Magical: Golden Rays migrating in the Gulf of Mexico
Looking like giant leaves floating in the sea thousands of Golden Rays are seen here gathering off the coast of Mexico.
The spectacular scene was captured as the magnificent creatures made one of their biannual mass migrations to more agreeable waters
'Sardine Run' in South Africa is the greatest underwater adventure imaginable
The sardine run of southern Africa occurs from May through July when billions of sardines – or more specifically the Southern African pilchard Sardinopssagax – spawn in the cool waters of the Agulhas Bank and move northward along the east coast of South Africa. Their sheer numbers create a feeding frenzy along the coastline.
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