Dâmbovicioara Cave
| |

Dambovicioara zone is characterized by a varied and spectacular karsts relief. River flowing down from Fagaras, Piatra Craiului and Leaota Mountains have digged in the limestone fro here narrow and deep valleys, developing on a relatively restraint area the biggest … Read More

Flower petals
| |

Rainbow of pastel colors Film made by Dan Alexoae

Quartz
| |

Rock flowers Filmed by Dan Alexoae

Walking through the forest
| |

More at https://www.setthings.com Silence, forest, flowers and bugs Film made by Dan Alexoae

Italy: Rome starts today fingerprinting the gypsies
| |

This is the first time after the World War II when a government initiate an ID action based on racial criteria. During the next 48 hours, Rome’s authorities will fingerprint about 10,000 gypsies, helped by the Italian Red Cross. In … Read More

Predictions for the gambling industry
| |

Gambling revenue will grow to $155 billion in 2012 from a 2007 revenue of $114 billion with an annually rate of 6.5 percent per year, says PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP in a report released this week. Asia, and especially Macau, will be … Read More

Google Health and Search Factory Tour
| |

Google shows the latest research in various search-related fields and announced the official debut of Google Health. R.J. Pittman, Director of Search Properties, showed some of the amazing advances Google made in image search, as well as how ads might … Read More

The digital Europe – i2010 Initiative
| |

Preparing Europe’s digital future i2010 Mid-Term Review {SEC(2008) 470} INTRODUCTION Information and Communication Technologies (ICTs) continue to be a major driver of economic and social modernisation. Today, businesses in the EU devote 20% of investment to ICTs, and the sector … Read More

Vatican, NASA, UFO, aliens, and the hopes
| |

I do believe in extra-terrestrial life, but not in UFO. It‘s somewhat similar with the faith and the God. I believe in the Idea, but not in its generally accepted, specific perception. The Idea can be accepted from a logical … Read More

Astronomy live with Microsoft: WorldWide Telescope
| |

Microsoft researchers has been developing an interesting astronomy application, now as a public beta, allowing you to see pictures from several observatories. The service is free of charge and uses high-resolution images from the world’s best land- and space-based telescopes. … Read More

How much do you pay for an US spy satellite?
| |

An US spy satellite is out of control and it will plunge to Earth in about a month. As of right now it is not possible to predict the place where the satellite is going to hit the Earth. It … Read More

1 9 10 11 12 13