For years, scientists have warned about the danger of rising sea levels — and thanks to Pittsburgh artist Nickolay Lamm, we can now see what the impact might look like in real life. Armed with stock photos of popular U.S. sites and projection maps from Climate Central, Lamm painstakingly re-created each scene as it would appear after a 25-foot rise in sea level. The good news is, it will take hundreds of years to get there (levels are only projected to rise 2 to 6 feet by the year 2100) but Lamm says he’s hoping to draw attention to the threat of climate change now, before the worst effects take hold.
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Today I learn a new word which – gauchos.
In the U.S.A. people call them cowboys but in Latin Americas they are called ‘gauchos’.
These gauchos from all over Uruguay, Argentina and Brazil visit Montevideo to participate in the Criolla Week to win the best rider award.
During the PRU13 candidate nomination in Marang, Terengganu this morning, PAS supporters grouped together in the middle of the road chanting words of war cry to taunt the Barisan Nasional supporters.
Let us listen to what they say:
I really love this part of their war cry:
Tumbang, Tumbang ! TUMBANG PAKATAN !
That shows how confused PAS supporters are that they even shouted, “TUMBANG PAKATAN!” 🙂
This reminds me of this ‘interesting’ photo during the KL 112:
So, no wonder today they are chanting for, “TUMBANG PAKATAN” 🙂
That is why we should not vote PAKATAN RAKYAT!
Vote for BARISAN NASIONAL!
Credit to Uncle Din Turtle: http://dinturtle.blogspot.com/2013/04/hot-marang-kumpulan-sorak-pas-tersasul.html