Tsunami: How Does it Occur?

A monster 8.9 earthquake hit Japan at 2:46 p.m. Tokyo time on Friday about 80 miles off the eastern coast of Honshu at a depth of six miles triggering a massive 13-foot tsunami. The quake was the fifth-largest in the world since 1900 and nearly 8,000 times stronger than the one which devastated Christchurch, New Zealand, last month, said scientists.

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YouTube Facts: 10 Things You May Not Have Known

Youtube is huge. Humongous, even. More video content is uploaded to YouTube in a 60 day period than the three major U.S. television networks created in 60 years.
The average YouTube user spends between 15 and 25 minutes a day on the site, but how much do we know about the world’s largest video sharing website? Do you know what the most watched YouTube clip is? Can you name all three founders? Do you know how many times per minute a YouTube link is tweeted?

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16 Rockin’ Refrigerator Concepts

Since its introduction in 18th century, refrigerator has become an indispensable part of every household. Ever since its inception, refrigerators have maintained the same old rectangular shape. However, in an era where creativity plays a key role in every product, the boring destiny of fridge is seeing a change with more and more innovative designs. Take a tour into the future with 16 awesome refrigerator concepts below.

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Top 10: Things Sun Tzu Can Teach Men About Dating

Dating is a strategic battle that’s been raging ever since Eve used her apple as an “Adam Bomb” way back in the Conflict of the Garden of Eden. And make no mistake, women have been winning the war ever since.
So who better to prepare guys to gain a foothold in this war than ancient military strategist and the mastermind behind The Art of War, Sun Tzu?

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Coca Cola recipe ‘discovered’

A website claims to have uncovered Coca-Cola’s top secret recipe. The ingredients of the drink, created by John Pemberton, a medicinal pharmacist in 1886, have always been a mystery.
However, Thisamericanlife.org claims to have discovered a list in a photograph in a newspaper article giving the ingredients and exact quantities to make the drink.
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5 Secrets to Easing Back Pain

Most of us will experience serious back pain at some point in our lives. The New England Journal of Medicine puts the numbers at eight out of ten Americans, with 31 million people in pain at any given time. The good news is that most people recover from serious back pain — studies say 90 percent will get better, most within seven weeks. But what can we do to reduce, eliminate, or prevent back pain? Below are five secrets to help you get or remain pain free.

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What Your Feet Say About Your Health | 18 Things

Want to make a ten-second check on somebody’s well-being without feeling their forehead? Sneak a peek at their feet.
“You can detect everything from diabetes to nutritional deficiencies just by examining the feet,” says Jane Andersen, DPM, president of the American Association of Women Podiatrists and a spokeswoman for the American Podiatric Medical Association.

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Stand For Freedom of Information


Since its inception, the internet has provided new ways for people all over the world to exercise the rights of free speech, freedom of the press and freedom of assembly. These rights are not simply the benefits of a free society–they are the very means of preserving that society’s freedom. The recent increase in government interference with these freedoms coincides with the failure of the corporate media to fulfill their vital role in checking the abuse of authority. Censorship and journalistic abdication have left citizens unaware and unable to hold their governments accountable.
WikiLeaks has moved to fill the void left by traditional news media, providing the necessary information for citizens to hold their governments to account. Yet it has not been granted the legal protections generally afforded to journalists. Instead, the organization has been vilified and monetary support has been blocked by governments and private corporations. The vitriol aimed at WikiLeaks demonstrates an unsettling disregard for the fundamental freedom to exchange information and express ideas. Members of a free society must not allow information to be suppressed simply because it inconveniences those in power. We share the responsibility to defend vital liberties. The time to act is now.
We are Anonymous, a leaderless movement that has worked tirelessly to oppose all forms of Internet censorship worldwide, from DMCA abuses to government mandated content filters. Our initiatives include supporting dissenting groups in Iran, Zimbabwe and Tunisia, as well as waging the highly visible information battle against the Church of Scientology. We are now prepared to take the fight to the world stage. Join us on January 15th for the first in a series of global protests in defense of WikiLeaks and freedom of expression. Stand with us to defend your freedoms.
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