Monthly Archives: January 2014
I am quite a fan of horror as I enjoy playing several horror games and watching plenty of horror movies. But let’s be real now. Literally.
Isn’t water great? We drink it, swim in it, and use it for a bunch of other things. So let’s talk about that second thing we do with it; swim. What you see in this picture is a view looking up from the depths of Nemo 33, the deepest indoor pool in the world. Read the rest of this entry
Beautiful isn’t it? SUGOI as the japanese would say. Anyway, who knew that a place like Antarctica could have breathtaking rivers like this? A beautiful turquoise flow of water exists in several places on this continent, and little did we know, other land forms reminiscent of our own exists here as well. Read the rest of this entry
I had this project back in World Geography Honors, where i researched biofuels man, what a way to save the world! Have we talked about biofuels at all in this blog? I don’t really remember, but there’s one thing for sure. I love saving the environment and scientists have recently discovered a way to make biofuel production costs by quite a bit. Read the rest of this entry