Tuesday, October 15, 2013

Satellite Photos of Japan, Before and After the Quake and Tsunami

Satellite Photos of Japan, Before and After the Quake and Tsunami


Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Plant

Japan's largest ongoing threat is at this nuclear power plant. There have been explosions at four of its six reactors and all four have released some radioactive material.
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North of Sendai

This area, which includes Minamisanriku and the Onagawa nuclear plant, was closest to the epicenter of the quake. In Minamisanriku alone, more than 10,000 people are missing.
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Sendai

Sendai's city center, about 7 miles inland, remained largely intact after the quake, but there was massive damage along the coast. Much of the airport, which is less than a mile from the water, was also destroyed.
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Iwaki area

Whole neighborhoods were in ruin and cars and debris were piled high around Iwaki.
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Miley Cyrus Releases New Twerking Video



Some say she is looking old, but we just think they are being judgemental jerks. Miley looks great. Here she busts some of her trademark moves known as "twerking". This is in HD, so turn up the quality and enjoy this wonderful display of human achievement with your friends or family.


Friday, October 11, 2013

Mind Blowing Moves



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Wednesday, October 9, 2013

Tesla Hyperloop Train Can Travel At 4000 mph

Billionaire entrepreneur Elon Musk has revealed more information on his top-secret Hyperloop, a vehicle he says will take passengers from Los Angeles to San Francisco in a mere half hour.


The Tesla Motors co-founder called the fast train “a cross between a Concorde and a railgun and an air hockey table” at the D11 Conference earlier this year. The pneumatic tube train system will be “twice as fast as what an average aircraft can do.” Once constructed, the Hyperloop will leave as soon as passengers board as opposed to running on a strict schedule. The train will also be weather immune which might put a damper on some people who still enjoy the occasional snow day. Some are calling Musk’s idea pure insanity, but others including physicist Brian Dodson of Gizmag, are willing to give the Hyperloop a chance after examining all of its parts.



Dodson ruled out two theories that the Hyperloop will use a vacuum tunnel or a launch loop that accelerates vehicles electromagnetically along a cable system. Instead, he believes Musk’s proposal is actually “a pneumatic transport system that consists of a closed tube making loops between Los Angeles and San Francisco” according to Discovery News. English please? Essentially, passengers will ride in capsules within the tube similar to pneumatic tubes at bank drive-throughs. “Even if I’m sort of wrong about the economic assumptions behind the Hyperloop, it would still be a really fun ride,” Musk said at the conference. Source: ADG UK

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