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Friday, 21-Sep-2007 01:20 Email | Share | | Bookmark
Snapshot: Glass Floor

 
 
 
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How technology today changed our perspective.









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Thursday, 20-Sep-2007 01:46 Email | Share | | Bookmark
Beware: The Pothole

 
 
 
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Wednesday, 19-Sep-2007 01:24 Email | Share | | Bookmark
Mystery: Is it Noah's Ark?

 
 
 
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The discovery of Noah's Ark would probably rank as the most important archeological discovery of all time. It would change our view of ancient history and geology. Numerous organized searches have been conducted since the 1950's. Today, ark researchers are preparing to utilize modern technologies in their search for Noah's Ark.


No one knows for certain if Noah's Ark still exists, or the exact location of where it landed. Alleged Site of Noah's Ark is The Mountains of Ararat.


Noah's Flood would have certainly been the greatest catastrophe of all time. It destroyed the world of the Antediluvians. It undoubtedly altered our entire planet.


The world wide flood that destroyed all land life upon the earth.


Alleged scene of Noah's Ark.
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Tuesday, 18-Sep-2007 01:44 Email | Share | | Bookmark
News: Illegal Fishermen Kill Rare Giant Fish In China

 
Agence France-Presse reported:



BEIJING -- Illegal fishermen have killed a highly endangered freshwater fish in China 3.6 meters (12 feet) long and weighing 250 kilograms (550 pounds), state press reported Friday.

The Chinese paddlefish was the largest of its kind seen in six years, with very few sightings of the species in its native habitats of the Yangtze and Qiantang rivers recorded recently, Xinhua news agency said.

The species is dubbed the "giant panda of the rivers" due to its similarities with China's favorite animal in size and the fact that it is close to extinction in the wild, according to the report.

An employee at a nature reserve in Hubei province said two illegal boats caught the fish in the Yangtze River on Monday. A team from the reserve tried to take the fish, suffering wounds from six hooks, back into deep water but it died on Wednesday, the employee, Ma Daoyun, said.

"The case is rare because the fishermen continued trying to pull the fish from the water even after villagers warned them that the species was under top state protection," said Xiong Yuanhui, another worker at the reserve.

"Most fishermen would report to the reserve if they accidentally caught rare fish," he said.

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Monday, 17-Sep-2007 01:39 Email | Share | | Bookmark
Mystery: Rare Shark Species

 
 
This video was shot near Japan and aired January 24, 2007.



The "frilled shark" (Chlamydoselachus anguineus ) grows to around 2 metres in length and is characterized by its eel-like appearance, three-pronged teeth, caudal fin lacking a bottom lobe and six gill slits (six sets), among other items.




Named in 1884, this shark is a living representative of a primitive shark order, Hexanchiformes.
Found on outer continental and insular shelves and upper slopes, usually between 120 and 1,280 meters, it is occasionally caught at the surface. Although not known to be a danger to man, its teeth are sharp enough to inflict some harm though.

Their frilled and eel-like body is reminiscent of some "sea-serpent" accounts.

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