Worst Natural Massive Destruction In History

Posted by sayed khalid Thursday, May 31, 2012 0 comments

Worst Natural Massive Destruction In History

The Pacific Tsunami Warning Center in Hawaii said a tsunami watch was in outcome for Indonesia, India, Sri Lanka, Australia, Myanmar, Thailand, the Maldives and other Indian Ocean islands, Malaysia, Pakistan, Somalia, Oman, Iran, Bangladesh, Kenya, South Africa and Singapore. The tremor was felt in Singapore, Thailand, Bangladesh, Malaysia and India. High-rise apartments and offices on Malaysia's west coast shook for at least a minute.
Acehnese people run abruptly after a prevailing earthquake hit western coast of Sumatera in Banda Aceh on April 11, 2012. A gigantic earthquake struck off Indonesia's Sumatra island, US and Indonesian monitors reported, prompting an Indian Ocean-wide tsunami alert.
A tsunami watch was issued for countries across the Indian Ocean after a great earthquake hit waters off Indonesia on Wednesday, triggering extensive terror as residents along coastlines fled to high ground in cars and on the backs of motorcycles. The U.S. Geological investigation said the 8.7-magnitude quake was centered 20 miles beneath the ocean floor around 269 miles from Aceh's provincial capital.
Thailand's National Disaster Warning Center issued an mass departure order to residents in six provinces along the country's west coast, including the popular tourist destinations of Phuket, Krabi and Phang-Nga. Indonesia straddles a series of fault lines that makes the vast island nation prone to volcanic and seismic activity. A giant 9.1-magnitude quake off the country on Dec. 26, 2004, triggered a tsunami in the Indian Ocean that killed 230,000 people, nearly three quarter of them in Aceh.

Northwestern Iran - June 21, 1990

Worst Natural Massive Destruction In History

Chile - 22 May, 1960

Worst Natural Massive Destruction In History

Northern Sumatra, Indonesia - December 26, 2004

Worst Natural Massive Destruction In History

Andreanof Islands earthquake - March 9, 1957

Worst Natural Massive Destruction In History

Andreanof Islands earthquake - March 9, 1957

Worst Natural Massive Destruction In History

Great East Japan Earthquake, Japan - March 11, 2011

Worst Natural Massive Destruction In History

Northern Sumatra, Indonesia - December 26, 2004

Worst Natural Massive Destruction In History

Northern Sumatra, Indonesia - December 26, 2004

Worst Natural Massive Destruction In History

Prince William Sound, Alaska - 28 March, 1964

Worst Natural Massive Destruction In History

Chile - 22 May, 1960

Worst Natural Massive Destruction In History

Mexico City - September 20, 1985

Worst Natural Massive Destruction In History

Mexico City - September 20, 1985

Worst Natural Massive Destruction In History

Loma Prieta earthquake - October 17, 1989

Worst Natural Massive Destruction In History

Loma Prieta earthquake - October 17, 1989

Worst Natural Massive Destruction In History

Mexico City - September 20, 1985

Worst Natural Massive Destruction In History

Northwestern Iran - June 21, 1990

Worst Natural Massive Destruction In History

Izmit, Turkey - August 17, 1999

Worst Natural Massive Destruction In History

Prince William Sound, Alaska - 28 March, 1964

Worst Natural Massive Destruction In History

Prince William Sound, Alaska - 28 March, 1964

Worst Natural Massive Destruction In History

Loma Prieta earthquake - October 17, 1989

Worst Natural Massive Destruction In History

Izmit, Turkey - August 17, 1999

Worst Natural Massive Destruction In History

Andreanof Islands earthquake - March 9, 1957

Worst Natural Massive Destruction In History

Great East Japan Earthquake, Japan - March 11, 2011

Worst Natural Massive Destruction In History

Chile/Argentina - November 11, 1922

Worst Natural Massive Destruction In History

Great East Japan Earthquake, Japan - March 11, 2011

Worst Natural Massive Destruction In History

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Tribute To Collection Of Lights In Different Forms

Posted by sayed khalid Sunday, May 27, 2012 0 comments

Tribute To Collections Of Light In Different Forms

A giant light installation of the flag of Switzerland and a portrait of Adolf Guyer-Zeller, founder of the Jungfrau Railways, by Swiss artist Gerry Hofstetter, illuminates the north face of the Jungfrau mountain, in the Bernese Oberland January 11, 2012.

Tribute To Collections Of Light In Different Forms

Students from the Yermolov Cadet School line up during a training march outside the southern Russian city of Stavropol April 28, 2012.

Tribute To Collections Of Light In Different Forms

President Barack Obama participates in a fundraiser for U.S. Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid in the Coliseum at Caesars Palace Hotel in Las Vegas, Nevada, May 26, 2009.

Tribute To Collections Of Light In Different Forms

Toronto Maple Leafs goalie Jonas Gustavsson is seen in the pre-game spotlight against the Pittsburgh Penguins before their NHL game in Toronto, October 29, 2011.

Tribute To Collections Of Light In Different Forms

A Palestinian boy holds a candle during a rally in Gaza City, calling on Egyptian authorities to supply Gaza Strip with fuel and electricity March 29, 2012.

Tribute To Collections Of Light In Different Forms

A picture of North Korea's founder Kim Il-sung decorates a building in the capital Pyongyang early October 5, 2011.

Tribute To Collections Of Light In Different Forms

The statue of Nefertiti (Nofretete) is pictured during a press preview at the 'Neues Museum' (New Museum) building in Berlin October 15, 2009.

Tribute To Collections Of Light In Different Forms

People walk along a street decorated with festive illumination in the Siberian city of Krasnoyarsk January 6, 2010. Russia celebrates Christmas on January 7, according to the Julian calendar that is used by the country's Orthodox church.

Tribute To Collections Of Light In Different Forms

Pink Floyd co-founder Roger Waters performs during 'The Wall' tour at Monumental stadium in Buenos Aires, March 7, 2012

Tribute To Collections Of Light In Different Forms

Buddhists carry candles while encircling Wat Dharmmakaya during Vesak Day, an annual celebration of Buddha's birth, enlightenment and death, in Pathum Thani province, on the outskirts of Bangkok May 17, 2011.

Tribute To Collections Of Light In Different Forms

A trainer (top) and his female student box under a street light in Sydney May 2, 2012.

Tribute To Collections Of Light In Different Forms

A large crucifix is illuminated below the mountains as the sun sets in the Peloponnese area of Greece March 21, 2012.

Tribute To Collections Of Light In Different Forms

Christmas illumination is pictured at the Friedrichstrasse shopping mall in Berlin's Mitte district November 21, 2011

Tribute To Collections Of Light In Different Forms

A Kathakali dancer gets his make-up done ahead of his performance at a dance festival in the southern Indian city of Hyderabad February 16, 2012.

Tribute To Collections Of Light In Different Forms

The National Grand Theatre stands surrounded by water in central Beijing September 17, 2009.

Tribute To Collections Of Light In Different Forms

People watch a performance next to an umbrella at the 2011 Beijing Forest Music Festival near the Shuiguan section of the Great Wall on the outskirts of Beijing, August 7, 2011.

Tribute To Collections Of Light In Different Forms

A member of a catafalque party from 324 City of Randwick Squadron, Australian Air Force Cadets stands with a rifle in front of a cenotaph in eastern Sydney during an Anzac Day dawn service April 25, 2012.

Tribute To Collections Of Light In Different Forms

Beams of light, marking the first anniversary of the March 11, 2011 earthquake and tsunami that killed thousands and set off a nuclear crisis, are seen during an illumination event at an area destroyed by the earthquake and tsunami in Kesennuma, Miyagi prefecture March 11, 2012.

Tribute To Collections Of Light In Different Forms

A pilgrim holds lit candles in the Church of the Nativity, the site revered as the birthplace of Jesus, in the West Bank town of Bethlehem December 23, 2009.

Tribute To Collection Of Lights In Different Forms

The world's tallest skyscraper, Burj Dubai Tower, is lit by laser illumination throughout its opening ceremony in Dubai January 4, 2010.



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Failed - Some Weird And Unusual Inventions

Posted by sayed khalid Tuesday, May 22, 2012 0 comments

Failed - Some Weird And Unusual Inventions

1.These ugly-looking latex phone fingers were intended to help you protect your precious iPhone from disgraceful finger prints.

Failed - Some Weird And Unusual Inventions

2.This next step in social networking allows you to use your phone’s GPS to broadcast your address. This is just one more step in virtual living.

Failed - Some Weird And Unusual Inventions

3.A washer and dryer for your pet, I mean, seriously? If your lazy enough to keep a pet and not able wash it, than this is for you.

Failed - Some Weird And Unusual Inventions

4.In 2009, the Japanese Keihin Electric Express Railway started morning smile checks. Their employees were subjected to a software which would rate their smile on a scale of 0 to 100.

Failed - Some Weird And Unusual Inventions

5.On April 23, 1985, Coca-Cola Company announced the scrapping of their original coke formula in favor of the newer, sweeter version.

Failed - Some Weird And Unusual Inventions

6.This really is a great contender for the worst program ever created. In 1995, Microsoft released “Bob”; a big smiley face wearing glasses intended to replace Windows 3.1 and Windows 95’s desktop with a more user-friendly interface.

Failed - Some Weird And Unusual Inventions

7.Pay-toilets were abolished in America in the mid 1970s, but surprisingly New York had its first pay-toilet in 2008. It granted you 15 minutes of privacy for 25 cents; that’s 24 dollars a day.

Failed - Some Weird And Unusual Inventions

8.Some say that Dean Kamen, the inventor of Segway, has done something for America what Henry Ford did in 1903. But seriously, riding a Segway always looks nerdy, in a bad way and it never brought the revolution in transportation that it promised.

Failed - Some Weird And Unusual Inventions

9.Spam e-mails cost businesses $100 billion in 2007! Spam e-mails inflict substantial damage to the ISPs and the ISPs have filed various lawsuits against spammers again and again, only to win and never recover damages. So, spam is our number 1 worst invention ever.

Failed - Some Weird And Unusual Inventions


10.Although, leaded gasoline was phased out in 1968, but for nearly 60 years the dangers of the element lead were ignored by the oil companies. Starting in 1920s, petrol, as we know it, contained the substance tetraethyl lead which boosted octane ratings and produced better engine performances than unleaded gasoline.


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