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Impossible Buildings by Victor Enrich Impossible Buildings by Victor Enrich Apr 24, 2012 Barcelona-based artist and photographer Victor Enrich created these intriguing works of art through a combination of photography and 3D digital rendering. With over a decade of professional experience in the 3D architectural visualization field, Victor is able to bring a true sense of photorealism to his ‘impossible’ (rather highly improbable) buildings.
Gideon Sundback Gideon Sundback Gideon Sundback (April 24, 1880 – June 21, 1954) was a Swedish-American electrical engineer, who is most commonly associated with his work in the development of the zipper.[1] Background[edit] Otto Fredrik Gideon Sundback was born on Sonarp farm in Ödestugu Parish, in Jönköping County, Småland, Sweden. He was the son of Jonas Otto Magnusson Sundbäck, a prosperous farmer, and his wife Kristina Karolina Klasdotter. After his studies in Sweden, Sundback moved to Germany, where he studied at the polytechnic school in Bingen am Rhein.
We have seen many forms of art that amazes us in different perspectives. This relatively classic art form termed “anomorphic illusions” is getting popular during designing buildings, especially in hallways, stairs and entrances. Felice Varini, a famous designer in this area has demonstrated some amazing art forms that changes the viewer perspective greatly. This precision art gives the impression of overlapping shapes producing amazing 3D effects at different viewing angles. Incredible Anomorphic Illusions by Felice Varini Incredible Anomorphic Illusions by Felice Varini
When it comes to surfing the Internet, Filipinos may have to be extra patient. This, as the Philippines was listed among the slowest countries in the world for loading Web pages on a desktop computer, according to a study from the Internet giant Google. The Philippines, with an average Web page loading speed on desktops of 15.4 seconds, was named the world’s second slowest behind Indonesia’s 20.3 seconds, said a Bloomberg report which cited Google's study . The Slovak Republic meanwhile has the fastest average time with 3.3 seconds, the report showed. South Korea, the second fastest in desktop speeds, was also the zippiest in loading Web pages using mobile devices with an average loading time of 4.8 seconds while the slowest country in mobile was United Arab Emirates with 26.7 seconds, it added. Here’s the complete list of the top and bottom 10 countries both in desktop and mobile speeds for loading Web pages according to Google: PH named world's 2nd slowest in Web page loading PH named world's 2nd slowest in Web page loading
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Drug Addicts’ Group Joining 2013 Polls? Drug Addicts’ Group Joining 2013 Polls? MANILA, Philippines - A group of drug addicts is applying for party-list accreditation for the 2013 polls at the Commission on Elections (Comelec). Comelec Chairman Sixto Brillantes said the Samahan ng mga Drug Addict is among the 172 party-list groups that have already filed their registration for accreditation. "We receive a lot of that...we'll set all these for hearing, including that of the group of drug addicts," he said in an interview. "We are going to start the hearings May 2 to 31, 2012," added Brillantes. In 2010, a group of cockfighters also applied for accreditation at the commission but was eventually denied by the poll body after it failed to meet the "basic" technical requirements. Brillantes also revealed that the poll body is set to come out soon with a resolution on the number of parties to be delisted from those previously accredited.
Philippine communist leader chides China for 'absurd' Panatag claim Manila (Philippine Daily Inquirer/ANN) - The founder of the Maoist party in the Philippines disapproves of what he calls China's imperialist and capitalist designs in the West Philippine Sea including the Panatag Shoal, where Chinese poachers triggered a standoff between Philippine and Chinese authorities. Jose Maria Sison, founder of the Communist Party of the Philippines, said China's historical claims over what it calls the South China Sea amount to an absurdity, "as this would be like Italy claiming ... all areas previously occupied by the Roman Empire." "Chinese historical claims since ancient times amount to an absurdity as this would be like Italy claiming as its sovereign possession all areas previously occupied by the Roman Empire," said Sison, now also the chair of the International League of Peoples' Struggle. "The name China Sea was invented by European cartographers and should not lead anyone to think that the entire sea belongs to China. Philippine communist leader chides China for 'absurd' Panatag claim
Pinoy students develop ultrasonic washing machine For centuries, washing laundry has always required a "particular" cleaning agent —from ashes and silicates of the Egyptians to your mom’s choice of detergent— to go with water. But a group of young Filipino engineering students thought otherwise. Their solution: ultrasonic cleaning method. Pinoy students develop ultrasonic washing machine
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Soft drink cited as factor in N.Z. woman's death: reports Soft drink cited as factor in N.Z. woman's death: reports A New Zealand inquest has been told a woman's 10-litre (2.2 gallon) a day Coca-Cola habit may have contributed to her death, reports said Friday. A coroner's inquest was told Natasha Harris, a 30-year-old mother of eight from Invercargill in southern New Zealand who died in February 2010, drank huge amounts of the caffeinated beverage, Fairfax Media reported. It said pathologist Dan Mornin told the inquest that he believed Harris died from cardiac arrhythmia and was also suffering from low potassium levels and caffeine toxicity. Mornin testified her excessive soft drink consumption probably contributed to her medical condition, along with poor nutrition, Fairfax reported. Harris' partner Christopher Hodgkinson said she was addicted to Coke and the dead woman's mother-in-law Vivien Hodgkinson had called for soft drinks to carry health warnings, Radio New Zealand reported.
11 Touching Portraits of Elderly Animals In this powerful and touching series by photographer Isa Leshko, we get an intimate glimpse into the lives of elderly animals. Below is a small gallery of these moving black and white photographs along with a short documentary on Isa’s Eldery Animals series by Walley Films. To see more images from this series or to purchase prints, please visit: http://isaleshko.com/elderly-animals 11 Touching Portraits of Elderly Animals
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The 10 Best Countries to Work In Photos | The 10 Best Countries to Work In Pictures Photo by: Moyan_Brenn NETHERLANDS: No employees are on the job less per year than those in the Netherlands, according to the OECD. Workers clock only 1,378 hours per year, or 27.6 hours per week. The 10 Best Countries to Work In Photos | The 10 Best Countries to Work In Pictures
19 April 2012Last updated at 10:59 ET It is hoped the Dundee device could improve ultrasound surgery Scientists claim to have invented their own version of Doctor Who's famous sonic screwdriver. The Dundee University researchers have created a machine which uses ultrasound to lift and rotate a rubber disc floating in a cylinder of water. It is said to be the first time ultrasound waves have been used to turn objects rather than simply push them. The study could help make surgery using ultrasound techniques more precise, the physicists said. Dr Who's sonic screwdriver 'invented' at Dundee University
Ten Iconic Images: A Photographer’s Bucket List Photograph by Jim Richardson Even today, Antarctica overwhelms us. Already iconic, seared into our imaginations from the tales of heroic exploration and tragic, fatal failure of the last century, Antarctica overpowers us from afar, humbling even seasoned travelers, more vast in reality than our imaginations can muster. Relegated to obscurity at the bottom of our schoolroom globes, our scant knowledge ill prepares us for the stunning outbursts of towering mountain ranges ripping across the face of the deep blue sky, the sublime blue and turquoise icebergs and glaciers, and the inconceivable abundance of life. Indeed it is the limitless nesting colonies of penguins, always comical but utterly indifferent to human visitors, that ultimately define Antarctica as a world unto itself.
20 countries to adopt PHL initiatives to protect women, overseas workers Twenty countries will adopt Philippine initiatives to protect women and overseas Filipino workers, especially in crisis situations, the Department of Labor and Employment (DOLE) said. In a news release, the DOLE said the Philippine position on four key labor and migration issues were successfully integrated into the regional framework of cooperation in the Abu Dhabi Dialogue II in Manila this week. The Abu Dhabi Dialogue is a dialogue of 11 countries of migrant worker origin which are members of the Colombo Process: Afghanistan, Bangladesh, China, India, Indonesia, Nepal, Pakistan, Philippines, Sri Lanka, Thailand, and Vietnam.
MANILA, Philippines — The University of the Philippines (UP) on Friday said it is taking extra precautions in securing its online properties after one of its websites was defaced by what appears to be hackers from China. In an online interview with InterAksyon.com, UP System Information Office Director Danilo Arao said the security of the UP System website will be reviewed by concerned officials “and further improved because of this unfortunate incident. UP website defaced allegedly by hackers from China early Friday morning. “The University Computer Center says that ‘further analysis is needed to pin down specific vulnerability issues that are exploited in the UP website’,” Arao told InterAksyon.com. On early Friday morning, the UP website featured a photo depicting China’s territorial claim of the Spratly Islands, particularly the Scarborough Shoal (or Huangyan Island), which has been the subject of a recent standoff between Chinese and Philippine naval forces. “We come from China! UP reels from cyber attacks as Scarborough standoff goes online | Infotech News: InterAksyon.com
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