Tuesday, November 25, 2014

Jurassic World - Official Trailer

Looks like they hired more than one guy for the IT department this time.

4.24kg Of Turkey in Ten Minutes

Should have given them gravy instead of water.

Pollution In China

With a newly-minted elite and an economic growth rate of over 10%, the environment has taken a backseat in China, the world’s most populous country. Growing pollution has led to unusable waterways, increased incidence of birth defects, and some of the dirtiest air on earth. It’s so nasty that there’s now a word for it: “smogpocalypse”.

With that said, China is not oblivious to its ecological impacts, and according to the Harvard Business Review “is taking this challenge much more seriously than others… doing things differently, making longer-term, sustained commitments that are much larger.” In 2010, China ranked as the world’s leading investor in low-carbon energy technology, which makes sense given national political leaders’ tendency to view clean energy as a great economic opportunity.

The following photographs prove that economic growth indeed comes at a cost, and one whose long-term effects remain unclear.
Probably still better than swimming in the Ganges?

Celebrities Read Mean Tweets #8

"Raper face" is a fantastic term.

Monday, November 24, 2014

Spaghetti Eating Competition: Golden Retriever vs German Shepherd

I want to see a tournament with more dogs! It should also be called the Hunger Games.