Sarah.lorene.palmer

Facebook Twitter

Sarah

What Would Happen If You Fell Into A Black Hole? By: Natalie Wolchover Published: 04/13/2012 03:23 PM EDT on Lifes Little Mysteries In this weekly series, Life's Little Mysteries provides expert answers to challenging questions.

What Would Happen If You Fell Into A Black Hole?

Black holes are without question some of the strangest places in the universe. So massive that they hideously deform space and time, so dense that their centers are called "points at infinity," and pitch- black because not even light can escape them, it isn't surprising that so many people wonder what it would be like to visit one. It's not exactly a restful vacation spot, as it turns out. If you were to take a step into a black hole, your body would most closely resemble "toothpaste being extruded out of the tube," said Charles Liu, an astrophysicist who works at the American Museum of Natural History's Hayden Planetarium. Liu said that when an object crosses a black hole's "event horizon" — its outer boundary, or point of no return — the same physics that causes Earth's ocean tides begins to take effect.

Bachmann Trains Rail King Ready-To-Run HO Scale Train Set: Toys & Games. Czech ice wine production aided by cold snap Pictures. Myanmar refugees flee to safety Pictures. Open wide: The diver who nearly got swallowed by a whaleshark. By Daily Mail Reporter Updated: 15:37 GMT, 21 July 2011 Just when you thought it was safe to go back in the water...

Open wide: The diver who nearly got swallowed by a whaleshark

This diver almost got sucked into the mouth of a massive whale shark while it fed on thousands of plankton. The shark, the sea's largest fish, is actually incredibly docile. The relieved diver escaped from the encounter unscathed and continued to enjoy the presence of the extraordinary animals. Jaws: This diver almost got sucked into the mouth of a massive whale shark as it fed on plankton The photograph was taken during a feeding frenzy where more than 600 of the 40ft animals gathered to feed on tuna spawn. Other amazing pictures from the session taken by photographer Mauricio Handler show 'shark suckers' - other fish attached to the animals as they swam through the sea.

Mr Handler travelled to Isla Mujeres, in Mexico, and used high-tech equipment to capture the incredible moments underwater. Whale sharks have mouths up to 1.5 metres wide that contain up to 350 rows of teeth. Earthquake. Global plate tectonic movement Earthquakes are measured using observations from seismometers.

Earthquake

The moment magnitude is the most common scale on which earthquakes larger than approximately 5 are reported for the entire globe. The more numerous earthquakes smaller than magnitude 5 reported by national seismological observatories are measured mostly on the local magnitude scale, also referred to as the Richter scale. These two scales are numerically similar over their range of validity. Magnitude 3 or lower earthquakes are mostly almost imperceptible or weak and magnitude 7 and over potentially cause serious damage over larger areas, depending on their depth. At the Earth's surface, earthquakes manifest themselves by shaking and sometimes displacement of the ground.

Naturally occurring earthquakes Fault types Earthquake fault types There are three main types of fault, all of which may cause an earthquake: normal, reverse (thrust) and strike-slip. Earthquakes away from plate boundaries. Philippines earthquake buries residents Pictures. Romania's government collapses Pictures. Prehistoric Lake Vostok unearthed Pictures. Whale shark. The whale shark (Rhincodon typus) is a slow-moving filter feeding shark and the largest known extant fish species.

Whale shark

The largest confirmed individual had a length of 12.65 m (41.50 ft) and a weight of more than 21.5 metric tons (47,000 lb), and unconfirmed reports of considerably larger whale sharks exist. Claims of individuals over 14 m (46 ft) long and weighing at least 30 mt (66,000 lb) are not uncommon. The whale shark holds many records for sheer size in the animal kingdom, most notably being by far the largest living nonmammalian vertebrate, rivalling many of the largest dinosaurs in weight. It is the sole member of the genus Rhincodon and the family, Rhincodontidae (called Rhiniodon and Rhinodontidae before 1984), which belongs to the subclass Elasmobranchii in the class Chondrichthyes.

The species originated about 60 million years ago. Distribution and habitat[edit] The whale shark inhabits all tropical and warm-temperate seas. Description[edit] In a 1925 publication, Hugh M. Giant whale shark washes ashore Pictures. Giant whale shark washes ashore Pictures. One Town's War on Gay Teens. Watch-out-we-got-a-badass-over-here-meme.png (PNG Image, 769 × 595 pixels) - Scaled (94%)

Pearltree2

Creative Edibles. Sleeping Around with TCH. VISUAL STATEMENTS. M O T H E R. D4 Digital SLR Camera. Answer: I am a loyal Nikon Lover, so yes the extra money is worth it...to me...I would say the best you can do is look at specs for both cameras and then decide the pros and cons of each camera and decide which will better suit you...and your needs...Myself , I would never switch over brands because of all the money invested in lenses n such, and , to be honest , most real world photographers will not see the pros and cons in any model when it comes down to it...

D4 Digital SLR Camera

I have never read any spec on a Canon in 15 years or so that would make me change to that brand ...I have an older D2X, Nikons Flagship Model in 2005-2006, and the difference in this camera and a D4 is like night and day for the most part... Jun 19, 2012 by Location : Sedona, AZ, USA Age: 45-54 Favorite Subject: Portrait Nikon Family: 11-20 years Experience: More than a year Role: Semi-professional photographer. Designers United - Work. Senior Prank Ideas! - Page 22. Its that time of the year again, to organize another prank.

Senior Prank Ideas! - Page 22

We're the senior class, and we need to leave something "special" to out schools. I need ideas, heck, we all need ideas so we can either continue the tradition or even start the tradition. Here's what I have so far: Senior prank ideas so far: 1)spray painted handicap symbols on all the teacher and administration parking 2) Alarm clocks in every locker 3) put goldfish in dixie cups filled with water and put the open ends on the floor.

Keep in mind that all pranks are alright as long as they don't cost the school thousands of dollars (don't glue the doors, or burn down the school or pul the fire alarm --- this is stupid, especially since you have computers they may be damaged. Post edited by jawaad87 on. College Confidential - View Profile: himsa169. Senior Prank Ideas. Dippy wrote: EatChex89 wrote: I have a question: Why do seniors pull these pranks when graduating? Becuz they're stupid, and think people will actually remember them after graduation, but in fact, no one gives a rats azz about them. when fall rolls around, the next seniors take over, and thats that. kapech? I see it more as the last laugh of high school. Ya to continue this all I'd like to say is my brother pulled of a funny prank. I'm not saying to do this but people do remember pranks if they last.

Pick a Lock in SECONDS with a Bump Key - Scam School. Necromagenvions GamePad - Viewing Blog - StumbleUpon. Since we've relaunched GameTrailers.com, some of the pages you have gotten used to over the years may have changed.

Necromagenvions GamePad - Viewing Blog - StumbleUpon

To help find what you're looking for, take a look at our sitemap! Need Help? Head over to our FAQ page! Publishers/DevelopersIf you have questions about the site or a piece of media that you would like included on gametrailers.com, we would love to hear from you. Send us an email at: trailers@gametrailers.com GamersAny issues with the site?

- StumbleUpon. Small Favors Catalog - artwork by Lawrence Yang - StumbleUpon. Here are the pieces I'm showing at the Giant Robot NY Small Favors show, up from March 27th to April 14th, 2010. Each piece is $150. For purchase inquiries please contact Giant Robot NY: (212) 674-4769 | grny.net "Island Tree" - watercolor and gouache on paper, mounted on board - 5" x 5" (tabletop background saturation bumped back in Photoshop) "River Tree" - watercolor and gouache on paper, mounted on board - 5" x 5" (tabletop background saturation bumped back in Photoshop) "Mountain Tree" - watercolor and gouache on paper, mounted on board - 5" x 5" (tabletop background saturation bumped back in Photoshop) "Volcano Tree" - watercolor and gouache on paper, mounted on board - 5" x 5" (tabletop background saturation bumped back in Photoshop) "Blue Launch" - watercolor and gouache on paper, mounted on board - 5" x 5" (tabletop background saturation bumped back in Photoshop) Artwork © Lawrence Yang 2010 my blog | my site | purchase inquiries.

Architects

20 Obscure Words to Describe Collectors. You probably know that numismatists study and collect coins and currency, and you may even know that philatelists study and collect stamps.

20 Obscure Words to Describe Collectors

But other groups of collectors have their own less-heralded nouns, too. Here are just a few other words you can break out the next time you meet a collector: 1. Sucrologists collect those little sugar packets that you see in restaurants. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9 & 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. Main image courtesy of INV/ALT design. How Did the Duck Hunt Gun Work? If you’re a geek of a certain age, a good portion of your childhood probably revolved around sitting too close to the TV, clutching a plastic safety cone-colored hand gun and blasting waterfowl out of a pixilated sky in Duck Hunt (also, trying to blow that dog’s head off when he laughed at you).

The Duck Hunt gun, officially called the Nintendo Entertainment System (NES) Zapper, seems downright primitive next to the Nintendo’s Wii and Microsoft’s Kinect, but in the late 80s, it filled plenty of young heads with wonder. How did that thing work? Annie get your Zapper The Zapper’s ancestry goes back to the mid 1930s, when the first so-called “light guns” appeared after the development of light-sensing vacuum tubes. In the first light gun game, Ray-O-Lite (developed in 1936 by Seeburg, a company that made parts and systems for jukeboxes), players shot at small moving targets mounted with light sensors using a gun that emitted a beam of light.

Gone in a Flash. Why Do Fake Phone Numbers Start With 555? As soon as an actor in a movie or TV show starts rattling off a phone number, every viewer knows what the first three digits will be: 5-5-5. How did “555” become the convention for fake phone numbers, and are there any real 555 numbers? Let’s dial up some answers.

Why do TV and movies need the fake 555 numbers? Just ask anyone who had the misfortune of having the number 867-5309 how their life changed after Tommy Tutone's 15 minutes of fame. Apparently some tiny fraction of the population—we’re guessing a fraction that largely consists of adolescent boys—thinks it’s hilarious to call any number they see on the screen. It’s hard to pin down exactly how 555 became the go-to fake prefix for phone numbers. Since the early 1970s there’s been at least one 555 number callers can dial and get an answer—555-1212 is a standard number that rings directory assistance.

Real Fake Numbers What you may not know, though, is that there are many more “real” 555 phone numbers. What Are Eye Boogers, Anyway? Every morning when I wake up, I’ve got stalagmites of crust in my eyes. What is this stuff, and where does it come from? That crust is a type of rheum, a thin mucus naturally discharged from our eyes, noses and mouths. Rheum is made up of mucus, skin cells, oils and dust. The rheum that comes from the eyes and forms eye boogers is called gound, which you may know as eye sand, eye gunk, sleep dust, sleep sand, sleep in your eyes, or eye shnooters. When you’re awake, gound doesn’t cause any problems. Your eyelids regularly corral it down to your tear ducts, where it’s washed away.

Gound isn’t a big deal for most people, but an unlucky few have a major problem with it. (Good morning!) 10 Buildings Shaped Like What They Sell. Looking for a good way to advertise your business?

10 Buildings Shaped Like What They Sell

Why not shape your headquarters like what you sell or offer? It’s worked out pretty well for these businesses and groups. 1. The Longaberger Company, Newark, OH Longaberger is known for its handcrafted maple baskets, so its headquarters are obviously shaped like a giant basket. 2. Between 1983 and the mid-1990s, Twistee Treat opened 90 or so ice cream shops around the country, and each one is shaped like a delicious cone of soft-serve vanilla. 3.

Parking garages are usually eyesores, but this one’s beautiful. 4. Kansas City doesn’t have a monopoly on book-shaped buildings, though. 5. This one’s a Boston institution. 6. United sells and rents heavy equipment like compactors and excavators, so it’s only natural that the company’s headquarters building is shaped like a two-story yellow bulldozer. 7. 8, 9 and 10. 25 Words You Might Not Know Are Trademarked. Many items we use every day, like zippers and escalators, were once brand names. Even heroin, which no one should use any day, was a brand name. These names are or were trademarked, but are now often used to describe any brand in a product category. 1. Jet Ski You might think you’re riding around on a Jet Ski, but if it’s not made by Kawasaki Heavy Industries, it’s just a personal watercraft. 2. Wikimedia Commons Bubble Wrap is probably the greatest contribution made to our society by Sealed Air Corporation, which they rightly trademarked. 3.

Thinkstock The term Onesies, referring to infant bodysuits, is owned by Gerber Childrenswear. 4. Wikimedia Commons Jacuzzi is not only a brand of hot tubs and bathtubs; they also make mattresses and toilets. 5. Crock-Pot.com The Crock-Pot, a brand name for the slow cooker, was originally developed as a beanery appliance. 6. Fluffernutter is a registered trademark of the makers of Marshmallow Fluff, Durkee-Mower, Inc. 7. Wikimedia Commons 8. Wikimedia Commons. 22 Fictional Characters Whose Names You Don’t Know. 15 Wonderful Words With No English Equivalent. Mental_floss Blog & 9 Innovative Outdoor Ads. The 50 Most Beautiful Natural Waterfalls in the World - StumbleUpon. The loneliness of the swan by Luca Castagna - StumbleUpon.

Teddy Saunders. Mark Jenkins // Street Installations - StumbleUpon. It’s Time To Do Your Own Thing. Treelife. Be Here Now ft. Paola Baldion (Short Film) Jesse Rosten. Baatara gorge waterfall. Abel Tasman National Park. Jordan Luxury Hotel Accommodation - Evason Ma’In Hot Springs. EU-Japan Fest Japan Committee. TETSUO KONDO ARCHITECTS - 近藤哲雄建築設計事務所. Méandre - En-Vau - Marseille (Bouches-du-Rhône) Space - Architecture & Interior Design.

Lagkagehuset. Studio arihiro miyake. Helsinki Bakery - ~阪急西宮ガーデンズ~ 北欧がテーマのベーカリーカフェ! Autoban. Komşufırın. Ninkipen!(ニンキペン) [ パンスケープ | panscape ] 挽きたて全粒粉パンの店. Mima Design - Creating Branded Retail + Hospitality Environments. March Studio. Martin Dvorak, Art Director. Joseph - Brot vom Pheinsten. Princi. Claudio Silvestrin architects. Studioprototype Architects. Strange planet animals & sketchbook stories by thegoodmachinery. Hôtel Americano. Blé - Φούρνος, Γλυκά, Στάρι, κριθάρι, καλαμπόκι, σίκαλη και ζέας, άλευρα, κάποια κοινά και κάποια αλεσμένα σε πετρόμυλο ή βιολογικά -έτσι ξεκινάει το αληθινό ψωμί. - Blé. Θεσσαλονίκη. Oh, the Places You'll Go at Burning Man! Tedshots Photography Los Angeles. VINCE. Shop at ShopRuche.com, Vintage Inspired Clothing, Affordable Clothes, Eco friendly Fashion.

Indie, Retro, Vintage Dresses & Cute Clothing. Welcome. Pranks. Amazing Places To Experience Around The Globe (Part 1) - StumbleUpon. 66 Beautiful Small Cities & Towns In Europe - StumbleUpon.

Pearltrees videos

Getting started.