See this photo - You will like it. But there is a controversy around this photo. One person on the Webshots message board said this :
What a wonderful blend of colours and God's creation. At the present time I live in Beijing and in the smog I often look at this picture and remember how beautiful the world can be.
Ralph Nordstrom writes:
This photograph is not possible. First of all, I have photographed at this same location in the Tetons. It's the famous Ox Bow bend in the river and I can vouch for the fact that there are no wildflowers growing anywhere around there, especially in such profusion. Second, the wildflowers' presented here are anything but wildflowers. Rather, they are a photograph from a lush domestic garden superimposed on the otherwise beautiful photograph of Mt. Moran and the river.
Source J-walk Blog.
A few more nice pics :
Economyincrisis.org is a website that is trying to inform the people of the true economic situation of the US to the people. This site covers many aspects of the US economy like Oil,America's Economic Recession, industries, Banking, Jobs, latest economic news etc. This site has wonderful posts on solutions to America's Economic Problems, Six economic questions the Presidential Candidates must answer, Living in Debt, why America should get out of WTO etc.
The site loads pretty fast. Interface is very neat, professional and attractive. The site has very good articles which run across 30 pages of index. It predicts that Oil price may reach $200 / bl. The site has Economic Videos also. The site puts some interesting questions to the Presidential Candidates which were infact asked before March 4 Primaries in Ohio and texas. They include WTO, living on unaffordable imports and debt. The site also discusses current hot issues like NAFTA, Air Force Airbus Deal, Recession 2008, etc. The analysis is very good and makes us contemplating.
What attracted me is the site has a forum to discuss issues of economy, policies, solutions, personal wealth protection etc. The subjects are again divided into several topics providing an opportunity for the readers to participate in the discussion. One can post his opinion as a guest also, without registering. Another section called Get Involved lists out several things to spread the awareness like emailing or calling congresspersons, telling friends etc. Frequent Questions section answers some questions relating to GDP, Trade Deficit, Networth etc. The site contains links to other economic analysis, debt management, subprime/housing websites also.
The site is interesting, brings several facts to our attention. This is an endeavour to spread the truth on US economy.
I give a big thumbs up for the site.
To visit the site, Click Here.
Some interesting pics...
If we want to control eating disorders of our children, or teach them anger management, the first thing we do is Google and see which website is offering the best advice. On Google or Yahoo, millions of results are shown and definitely we have to sift through many websites to select the best website and browse.
But the website provided by Tufts University does the expert job of selecting the best websites and places them on its Child&family WebGuide site. The site is very neatly organised by categories like Family/ Parenting, Typical Child Development etc and divides into several sub-sections. Links to the best websites only are placed for each and every topic.
Navigation is very easy, appealing and convenient. You can find websites relating to various aspects of children belonging to different ages like anger management, stress management etc for teenagers.
This website is very exhaustive and updated constantly. The site has some great links for health insurance policies also. It is not an easy task to mention all the issues that the site has links.
This is a great non-profit site without even a shade of profitability.
A great site to get back to whenever we need to address an issue of children or family.
Click Here to visit the site.
Watch this nice video which tells about America's 11 most endangered places.
Here are sone nice pics I collected from the Internet.
Beitbart.com reports today that a dog, Marine which was trained by a Japanese centre for sniffing cancer cells in humans is being cloned in South Korea. It is reported that two clones will be made, one will remain in south korea and the other will be taken to japan for studies. The owner of the dog Yuji Satoh also confirmed the cloning. The experts from Seoul National University have taken the skin samples from Marine for the Project.
Researchers believe that cancer cells emit a scent not present in other healthy cells and it can be picked up by dogs in urine samples. If the project succeeds, they plan to clone more dogs.
I wish this project succeeds and helps us in fighting the deadly disease of cancer.
I wish all luck to the researchers in making the project a big success.
Click here to read the full story.