** 45 Lessons Life **
1. Life isn't fair, but it's still good.
2. When in doubt, just take the next small step.
3. Life is too short to waste time hating anyone.
4. Your job won't take care of you when you are sick. Your friends and parents will. Stay in touch .
5. Pay off your credit cards every month.
6. You don't have to win every argument. Agree to disagree.
7. Cry with someone. It's more healing than crying alone.
8. It's OK to get angry with God. He can take it.
9. Save for reti
Floating cities and flying cars: travel of the future
Fancy a different kind of view from your hotel room? You can, if you are rich enough, already gaze upon the Earth from space on a tourist jaunt into orbit. But what about a vista of colourful marine fish in an underwater hotel? Or the landscape gliding beneath you in a flying cruise ship?
In more of a hurry? In a decade or so you could be jetting to New York in an hour and taking off for your holiday to France in a flying car...So! Incredi
Natural phenomena captured from space
Satellites orbiting the earth are able to give us breathtaking views of all kinds of activity from exploding volcanoes in Chile to dust storms in Asia.The images and the information they reveal is already helping governments and aid organisations tackle major crises and react to ecological damaging activities, such as deforestation in Bolivia or potential famine in Kenya.We've collected together some of the most interesting photos featured on the Earth Ob
The world's tallest buildings
Few things fit the bill better for competition between countries than skyscrapers. And soon there is to be a - decidedly tall - new kid on the block: the Burj Dubai. The final height of the tower, in the Middle Eastern city that is coming to specialise in building the world’s biggest everything, is a secret. But this most ambitious of skyscrapers has already eclipsed previous record-holders by some 200m – and growing.
Who knows how long the Burj will retain t
Bond on location
The Bond franchise understands these requirements. That is why their location scouts have been working overtime for 44 years to bring us the most magnificent backgrounds imaginable.
So, as the movie world becomes increasingly hysterical over the upcoming release of Quantum of Solace, we take a look back over the most memorable Bond film locations – and sneak a peek at 007’s latest archenemy’s hideaway.
Die Another Day, 2002
The world’s most extravagant restaurants
These shrines to dining belong to another world. Fancy eating underwater? Or accompanied by fireworks? How about sushi for US$400, or a £58 starter?
We discover which restaurants really take the biscuit in the luxury league.
Ithaa, the Maldives
Eat 5m below sea level at Ithaa, the world’s first underwater restaurant. Housed in an acrylic shell, it cost around US$5 million to build. Diners descend to the 14-seat restaurant via a spiral staircase
** Dear..Tf friends...**
This trip special occasion as a warmest greeting...* Friend to friends trip to Kanchanaburi *
* for friendship not for commercial * let's free your mind..breathtaking frash cool air..pure natural..hideaway for relax...alltogether..!!! 15-16 Nov 008 ..2 days 1 night at Saiyokview faft Kanchanaburi....
** Link..for event..**
So, if your stomach can take it, follow me on a crash course of some of the world’s most extreme edible things...But i won't !
Assorted edible genitalia
Grubs, worms & caterpillars
Locusts & grasshoppers
** 10 Golden Principles to Preserve One's Love **
1. We will not simultaneously get angry. Be cool as water whenever another one being fire.
2. We will not shout into each others faces beside our house is accidentally on fire.
3. Nobody loves to be criticized. When talking of what you dislike or need his/ her improvement,
use soft & sweet words.
4. We will not revive any bad old p
The wonderful places to see before you die...
Life is short. Paid leave is in pitifully short supply. The funds are never forthcoming. And yet there are so many jaw-dropping locations in the world just waiting for you to discover them. Galapagos Islands, Ecuador
The Galapagos Islands are the place to get into a groaning contest with the sun-bathing sea lions; to mind you don’t trip over the multi-coloured iguana; to swim with the harmless sharks; and trade wise nods and leisure
16 Sexy Olympic Athletes
The world is currently in the midst of Olympic fever as the 2008 Games take place in Beijing. The great thing about world class athletes is that they're extremely fit in more ways than one. Even if you're not a great fan of sport, there is at least one thing you can appreciate during the competition and that's the glorious sight of the human bodies at peak fitness. To celebrate the Olympics, we've put together a gallery of the sexiest athletes from this year's games.
Most Expensive Movies Ever
Big Budget Blockbusters…
With the much anticipated release of the latest in the series of whip-cracking Indiana Jones films approaching - we look at the biggest budget blockbusters of all time. So just how does the new Indy fair? Some of these thoroughly justify their inclusion into this list of big spenders, but some, however, waste as much of your time as they do your money.
Pirates of the Caribbean: At World's End
1. Pirates of the Caribbean: At World's E
12 Good Movie must be See...
Man On Wire
In 1974, 24-year-old French wire-walker Philippe Petit broke into the World Trade Center, climbed to top and danced between the Twin Towers for 45 minutes. They called it “the artistic crime of the century”, and this wonderful documentary is like a gripping true-life thriller set a quarter of a mile in the sky.
X-Files: I Want To Believe
Six years after the show ended, The Truth Is Still Out There. When a psychic paedophile (Billy Co
50 years of Nasa
2008 is the 50th year of operations for the National Aeronautics and Space Administration – that’s Nasa, to you and me. Nasa is very nearly as old as space exploration itself, having partly grown out of the Cold War rivalry between the US and the Soviet Union. When that country beat the US to the punch in October 1957 by launching Sputnik, the world’s first artificial satellite, it was a spur to Congress and President Eisenhower – who signed the National Aeronautics and Space
Life through a lens...
One Picture a Thousand words
PA Photos/Ben Birchall
David Palmer with three-year-old North Country Chevrot sheep called Nick Boing, at his home in Cardiff, Wales
This image provided by NASA from the Spitzer Space Telescope shows the newly discovered second brighterst star in the our Galaxy, the "Peony Nebula Star," in the central region of our Milky Way. While the existance of the star was already known, it wasn't until the Spitzer telescope with
Advice : Healthful Foods. people should be eating but aren’t.Nutritionist and author Jonny Bowden has created several lists of healthful foods people should be eating but aren’t. But some of his favorites, like purslane, guava and goji berries, aren’t always available at regular grocery stores. I asked Dr. Bowden, author of “The 150 Healthiest Foods on Earth,” to update his list with some favorite foods that are easy to find but don’t always find their way into our shopping carts. Here’s his ad