Friday, September 6, 2013


Engineering student creates 'Anti-Rape Bra': Zap Away Would-Be Attackers With This 3800kv Anti-Rape Bra

Unfortunately, rape is a very real problem in all countries around the world.
Women are taken advantage of by force and in many cases have no choice but to cooperate.
Well, thanks to Manisha Mohan, (a 20-year-old student at SRM University in Chennai) this may no longer be a problem for women around the world.

Mohan, created what is called the Society Harnessing Equipment or, "SHE" aka: the  'Anti-rape bra' the garment is  lined with pressure sensors calibrated to differentiate between more violent actions like squeezing, pinching or grabbing as opposed to say, hugging. Women can switch the garment on when they feel they might be unsafe. If the pressure sensor is activated, SHE sends a 3800kv electric shock through the garment, up to 82 times. The wearer is insulated from the shock by a polymer lining on the inner side.

It's also designed to alert others of the danger by sending a text message to a family member or friend and to the police with the wearer's GPS location. This garment will provide a safe and concealable way for women to protect themselves from attackers. Not only is it practical, but it is indeed.

Monday, August 26, 2013

Under Water Photography Contest

Each spring, the University of Miami’s Rosenstiel School of Marine and Atmospheric Science organizes an underwater photography contest open to amateur photographers who earn no more than 20 percent of their income from photography. Started in 2005, the contest has grown in popularity drawing entrants from across the globe. This year over 700 entries were submitted from participants located in 23 countries.

Photographs are judged in five separate categories: Fish or Marine Animal Portrait, Macro, Wide Angle, Student, and Best Overall. The winning images are announced at one of the Rosenstiel School’s Sea Secrets lectures and are displayed in a traveling exhibit throughout the South Florida community.

The following photo by Kyle McBurnie, from California, own this year’s contest. The beautiful beastie is a harbor seal (Phoca vitulina) in a kelp forest at Cortes Bank, about 100 miles west of San Diego, California.

Fan Favorite
Pietro Cremone, Italy
Mating Mandarin dragonets (Synchiropus splendidus) photographed in Puerto Galera, Philippines.
Macro 1st Place
Beth Watson, Missouri
An anemone shrimp in Puerto Galera, Philippines.
Macro 2nd Place
Douglas Good, Pennsylvania
An emperor shrimp (Periclimenes imperator) on two nudibranches (Risbecia tryoni) at Dinah's Beach, Papua New Guinea.
Macro 3rd Place
Frederica Bambi, Italy
A porcelain crab (Neopetrolisthes maculatus) on an anemone at Pescador Island, Cebu, Philippines.
Wide-angle 1st Place
Alex Tattersall, United Kingdom
A lionfish on the Thistlegorm wreck in the Red Sea, Egypt.
Wide-angle 2nd Place
Joseph Tepper, New York
Spinner dolphins (Stenella longirostris) in a small inlet off the Kona coast, Hawaii.
Wide-angle 3rd Place
Pietro Cremone, Italy
Raccoon butterfly fish and angelfish on a reef in the Red Sea, near Sharm el Sheik, Egypt.
Fish or Marine Animal Portrait 1st Place
Steven Kovacs, Florida
A juvenile lionfish during a night dive in Roatan, Honduras.
Fish or Marine Animal Portrait
2nd Place

Marcello DiFrancesco, Italy
The greater blue-ringed octopus (Hapalochlaena lunulata)near Malapascua island, Philippines.
Fish or Marine Animal Portrait
3rd Place

Judy Townsend, Florida
A male Dusky Jawfish with his clutch of eggs at the Blue Heron Bridge in Riviera Beach, Florida.
Best Student Entry
Laura Rock, Florida
Goliath grouper (Epinephelus itajara) during the annual spawning event in Jupiter, FL.
Student 2nd Place
Laura Rock, Florida
Great hammerhead (Sphyrna mokarran) in Bimini, Bahamas.

Student 3rd Place
Austin Gallagher, Florida
Oceanic white tip shark (Carcharhinus longimanus) near Cat Island, Bahamas.

The Most Kissable Plant

These gorgeous pair of red, luscious lips belong to a plant known as Psychotria elata, a tropical tree found in the rain forests of Central and South American countries like Colombia, Costa Rica, Panama and Ecuador. Affectionately, Psychotria elata is called Hooker’s Lips or the Hot Lips Plants. The plant has apparently evolved into its current shape to attract pollinators including hummingbirds and butterflies. According to Oddity Central, the bracts are only kissable for a short while, before they spread open to reveal the plant’s flowers.



Saturday, August 3, 2013

What is today's dinner menu?

Husband: (with folded hands) Aaj khane mein kya banaogi?  

Wife: Jo aap kaho 


Husband: Pulao bana lo 


Wife: Abhi kal hi to khaye the

Husband: To sabji roti bana lo 


Wife: Bacche nahi khayenge

Husband: To chhole puri bana lo 


Wife: Mujhe heavy heavy lagta hai 

Husband: Eggs bhurji bana lo 


Wife: Aaj guruvaar hai 

Husband: Paraanthe? 


Wife: Raat ko paraanthe kaun khata hai??? 

Husband: Hotel se mangwa lete hain change ho jaayega 


Wife: Roz roz hotel ka nahi khana chahiye 

Husband: Kadhi chawal? 


Wife: Dahi nahi hai 

Husband: Idly sambar? 


Wife: Usme time lagega.pehle bolna chahiye tha na!!

Husband: Maggi hi bana lo, usme time nahi lagega 


Wife: Woh koi meal thodi hai? Pet nahi bharta 

Husband: Phir ab kya banaogi? 


Wife: Wo jo aap kaho 


Monday, April 22, 2013

Tunnel of Love

This beautiful train tunnel of trees called the Tunnel of Love is located in Kleven, Ukraine. Nothing else is known about this place. Can anybody throw some light here.

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