Cute Dogs Sleeping Habits

Adult dogs spend approximately half of their life sleeping, typically 12 hours each day and some breeds may sleep as much as 18 hours per day! Dogs do have different stages of sleep like people do. So either dog is side sleeper, back sleeper (four paws in the air), curled up in a ball sleeper or lying back to back, you have to admit it – they are always so damn cute!

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Please Take A Seat…

If somebody invite you to his house and and ask you: “Please take a seat”, don’t get surprised if you sit on thousand eggs-couch, tetris-couch, tiger or couch made of hundred teddy bears. Take a look at the gallery with some of the coolest (or the weirdest) couches for your home. If you like it and you are eccentric, maybe these photos will help you to decide what is the best choice for you. Enjoy.

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How To Get Famous Online

If you want to get in famous club, you need to have someone famous to get you in. If you want to be popular on the internet probably the best way is to have photos with famous people. Imagine those pictures uploaded on social network like facebook, twitter, myspace or similar. Definitely you will be famous, probably like people on this photos.

Wacky Inventions Of The Last Century

Between the first and second world war many useful things were invented, but there were also some things that never made it into mass production.

Life jacket mad of inner tubes (Germany 1925)

Unicycle-Motorbike (1931), top speed 150 km / h

Amphibious Bicycle “Cyclomer” (Paris, 1932)

SUV (UK, 1936)

Radio Hat (USA, 1931)

Extending Caravan (France, 1934)

Piano for the Bedridden (UK, 1935)

Glasses to read in bed (England, 1936)

Heated Jacket (USA, 1932)

Collector cars for pedestrians (Paris, 1924)

Folding Emergency Bridge (Netherlands, 1926)

Faxed Newspapers(1938)

Face protection in case of snow storms (Canada, 1939)

TV spectacle (1963)

Tool to catch dogs (1940)

Outdoor toddler hanging barn for young children (1937)

The gun you can shoot around the corner (1953)

The way you keep makeup and hair in the shower (1070)

So you can smoke in rooms where it is forbidden. Just hang on the street let (1949)

The first answering machine (1964)

“Miniatur Wunderland” – Largest Model Railway In The World

Miniatur Wunderland – a unique place in the world where in one room you can see several European countries in miniature. Live and stunningly detailed exposition hides a whole arsenal of technology. In 2000, the brothers Frederick and Gerrit Browns undertook a major project – the construction in Hamburg, the world’s largest toy railroad. Nine years later Miniatur Wunderland is not just a railway, and the whole world in miniature, covering an area of 1150 square meters. meters and includes more than 10 thousand locomotives and wagons, 700 trains, almost 1 thousand semaphores, 4 thousand vehicles, 160 thousand unique figures of people, as well as several ships.

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25 Hottest Victoria Secret Models Since 1977

Victoria’s Secret was started in San Francisco, California, in 1977 by Stanford Graduate School of Business alumnus Roy Raymond, who felt embarrassed trying to purchase lingerie for his wife in a department store environment. He opened the first store at Stanford Shopping Center in Palo Alto, and quickly followed it with a mail-order catalog and three other stores. Since than, a lot of beautiful women were models for Victoria Secret. We probably didn’t mention someone who should be on this list, but still it was really hard to pick up 25 from many, many beautiful and sexy girls who have worked for Victoria Secret. So, lets begin…

25. Amanda Marcum

Marcum comes straight out of the heartland, born and bred in Oklahoma. She’s appeared on the cover of Stuff magazine and in advertising campaigns for many clothing lines including Tommy Hilfiger and Armani.

24. Jessica Van Der Steen

Van Der Steen is a Belgian fashion model, and is actually currently working with Victoria’s Secret. She’s also an SI swimsuit alum.

23. Andi Muise

Muise was discovered in a shopping mall at the age of 14 in Canada. Muise recently appeared in a season finale of Project Runway.

22. Candice Swanepoel

Swanepoel is a South African model who was discovered in a flea market of all places. She’s appeared in advertisements for Nike as well as working for Victoria’s Secret.

21. Josie Maran

Maran is a model, but she’s also just as known for acting having appeared in movies such as Van Helsing and The Aviator. She also appeared on Dancing with the Stars, but only made it through one episode before being voted off.

20. Jarah Mariano

Mariano is Hawaiian, but grew up in California. She’s modeled for Abercrombie and appeared in SI’s swimsuit edition in addition to her work with Victoria’s Secret.

19. Estella Warren

Warren has appeared in Sports Illustrated, Vogue, Vanity Fair, and two television commercials for Chanel No. 5 perfume. She was named Maxim Magazine’s Hottest Woman in 2000. She was ranked Number 61 in FHM’s “100 Sexiest Women in the World 2005″ special supplement and was the November 2007 entry in Stuff magazine’s 2006-07 pinup calendar.

18. Kim Smith

Smith has worked for Guess as well as Victoria’s Secret. She appeared in Catwoman alongside Halle Berry, and has also starred in numerous music videos including NSync’s “Bye, bye, bye”. Don’t hold that against her though.

17. Niki Taylor

Niki Taylor is one of the original models considered to be super models. Appeared on the cover of Vogue at the age of 14, and has since appeared on more than 400 magazine covers in total.

16. Stephanie Seymour

Another massively famous supermodel, Seymour has appeared on over 300 magazine covers. A serial dater back in the early 90′s, Seymour was attached to various famous men such as Warren Beatty and Axl Rose.

15. Rebecca Romijn

Romijn is obviously one of the msot famous models in the world, but she’s just as well known for her acting work in movies such as the X-Men franchise as well as the television show Ugly Betty.

14. Olga Kurylenko

Kurylenko is probably best known for being the Bond girl in Quantum of Solace. She also just recently appeared on the cover of Maxim for their December, 2008 edition.

13. Jill Goodacre

She was a primary lingerie and hosiery model for the relatively new Victoria’s Secret company in its mail-order catalogs and retail stores in the 1980s, and she appeared extensively in the catalogs. She, Stephanie Seymour and Dutch model Frederique helped Victoria’s Secret grow from a new company to one of the world’s giants in women’s lingerie, hosiery, swimwear, and clothing.

12. Nichole Robinson

Nichole Robinson, also known as Nichole Mercedes Robinson, is a Panamanian-American actress and model. She has had a recurring role on the Showtime television series Huff, and before that appeared in roles that showcased her bikini body beauty with a supporting role in the 2003 movie Love Don’t Cost a Thing and as one of the 3 main girls (along with Jaime Pressly and Kim Smith) in the Aerosmith video for their single “Girls of Summer” off of the O, Yeah! Ultimate Aerosmith Hits compilation.

11. Petra Nemcova

She has modeled for Victoria’s Secret and been featured in advertising campaigns, including Cartier and Max Factor. On 3 June 2004, she was one of the telecast judges during the 53rd annual Miss Universe competition in Quito, Ecuador.

10. Anne Vyalitsyna

“I’ve wanted to be a model ever since I was little, playing with my Barbie doll,” she told The Age. “It helped (for the catwalk) that I can dance but everything is self-taught.” She also had the honor to walked in the 2008 and 2010 Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show. In addition to working with world class photographers on her Sports Illustrated shoots, she was the object/subject of Joanne Gair body painting works in the 2005 edition.

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Different Faces Of Celebrities

These photo booth-looking shots by world-renowned photographer Yu Tsai are great. Pressured to take multiple photos inside a confined space, people become goofy and animated, trying to make themselves look different for every shot. Who’s better suited to take these kinds of artistic photos than our favorite A-list actors and musicians? Continue reading

Remember Your Childhood – Great Disney Remixes

Those of you who spent childhood with Disney cartoons, certainly remember “Alice in Wonderland“, “Snow White and the seven dwarfs” or “The Sword in the Stone“. These cartoons can’t compare with todays animated films like “Shrek” , “Madagascar“, “Over The Edge” and dozen of others but there are people who appreciate old school cartoons lot more then nowadays. Just for them, here we have some remixes of famous Disney cartoons that will bring you back to the good old days. Enjoy! Continue reading

Best Of Creative Playboy Advertisements

Playboy is an American men’s magazine that features photographs of nude women as well as journalism and fiction. It was founded in Chicago in 1953 by Hugh Hefner and his associates, and funded in part by a $1,000 loan from Hefner’s mother. The magazine has grown into Playboy Enterprises, with a presence in nearly every medium. Playboy is one of the world’s best known brands. In addition to the flagship magazine in the United States, special nation-specific versions of Playboy are published worldwide.

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The Coolest And Strangest Music Instruments

We will present to you the coolest, but also the strangest music instruments ever. You will able to see the art of sound or sound influence on different things. Sit back and enjoy.

Laser Harp

The laser harp is a musical instrument made of light. A fan of beams shoots up from the floor into the night sky. The performer can create music by placing their hands in the beams. Not only does “breaking” the beam produce notes, but sliding the hand along the beam will also change the sound.

The harp does not produce any sound by itself, but creates MIDI data that can be connected to any modern synthesizer.

The laser harp concept was invented by Bernard Szajner and used extensively by Jean-Michel Jarre, and more recently Little Boots.

Music inspired by Nikola Tesla

A mix of extreme high voltage and tunes, does a project get any better! Steve Conner has posted his ultra cool visual instrument on 4HV.ORG. Note the second video was listed by EastVoltResearch and can be seen on this site.

“I finally gave in and decided to post footage of me testing my OMG super secret musical DRSSTC. I designed it last year as a paid commission for a Danish arts group who wanted a chorus of six musical coils that could be played by MIDI. I made a single prototype to test it here, but they ran six coils together in the final system, built by Finn Hammer over in Denmark.
What I made was an adaptor board that connected the internal tone generators on a Roland JX-8P synth to one or more DRSSTCs. The board converted the volume envelope to burst length, so the harder you pounded the keys, the bigger the sparks got. Hitting a high pitched note hard would blow the fuses, and the MIDI arrangements had to take this into account.” Via Makezine

Glass harmonica

The glass harmonica, also known as the glass armonica, bowl organ, hydrocrystalophone, or simply the armonica (derived from “harmonia,” the Greek word for harmony), is a type of musical instrument that uses a series of glass bowls or goblets graduated in size to produce musical tones by means of friction (instruments of this type are known as friction idiophones).

Because its sounding portion is made of glass, the glass harmonica is a crystallophone. The phenomenon of rubbing a wet finger around the rim of a wine goblet to produce tones is documented back to Renaissance times; Galileo considered the phenomenon (in his Two New Sciences), as did Athanasius Kircher.
The Irish musician Richard Poekrich is typically credited as the first to play an instrument composed of glass vessels by rubbing his fingers around the rims. Beginning in the 1740s, he performed in London on a set of upright goblets filled with varying amounts of water. During the same decade, Christoph Willibald Gluck also attracted attention playing a similar instrument in England.

Water Bottle Membranophone

This is an instrument much like a saxophone but made of a water bottle and a paper tube. You can see and download instructions of playing this instrument on Exploratorium.

Theremin

This is one of the coolest things a have ever seen. And its 80 years old. Amazing thing you must confess. The theremin is an early electronic musical instrument controlled without contact from the player. It is named after its Russian inventor, Professor Léon Theremin, who patented the device in 1928. The controlling section usually consists of two metal antennas which sense the position of the player’s hands and control oscillators for frequency with one hand, and amplitude (volume) with the other, so it can be played without being touched. The electric signals from the theremin are amplified and sent to a loudspeaker.

The theremin is associated with a very eerie sound, which has led to its use in movie soundtracks such as Miklos Rozsa’s for Spellbound and The Lost Weekend and Bernard Herrmann’s for The Day the Earth Stood Still and as the theme tune for the ITV drama Midsomer Murders. Theremins are also used in concert music (especially avant-garde and 20th- and 21st-century new music) and in popular music genres such as rock. Psychedelic Rock bands in particular, such as Hawkwind, have often used the theremin in their work.

The Art Of Sound

Table that ressonates with sound causing sand to form patterns that look almost liquid when they change form.

This is a display at a local science museum. The iron filings (the fuzzy stuff) is sticking to a array of electromagnets that are set to respond to different frequencies. When the music is played the filings dance.

Dancing Dust Iron Flakes move to sound at the Arizona Science Center.

This device can see sound

…and you can make it for only 5$. This is a video a find out surfing the net, and it maybe not belong here, but on the other hand it does. Take a look how you can make a device to see sound. Great video, great thing. Enjoy.

Which instrument impressed you? If you now any other, fill free to leave a comment.

Gramophone Records Reworked To Retro Clocks

The gramophone record in the form of a flat grooved disc that rotates on a turntable was invented in 1888 but only became popular once the patent expired 30 years later. It became the most popular medium for recorded music until the emergence of the compact disc, but remains popular with some music fans who believe it offers a more nuanced sound and is more collectible. These include records that play at unusual speeds, records made of an unconventional material for easier distribution, records that play tracks at random for comedic or entertainment purposes and records for fun. Here we can see how records for fun are reshaped into great retro clocks. Enjoy in this innovative & creative collection.

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Stadium Projects For The World Cup In Russia 2018

These stadium projects were taken from the presentation of Russia’s bid to hold the 2018 World Cup. Russia won, and now all of this has to be build. In the captions to specify a city and stadium’s capacity. Congratulation Russia, hope you will succeed building this stadiums. They look amusing, I must say, very interesting design. Continue reading

Female Police Officers From All Around The World

They are here to protect and serve, but also they are very beautiful and sexy. If you are getting arrested, you would probably like to be arrested by some female police officer. Everyone of us had a dream to be with a police woman, especially with sexy one. Here you can see many beautiful woman from different countries all over the world. Enjoy…

Russia

Austria

Poland

Iraq

Japan

Iran

Malaysia

Netherlands

Singapore

Peru

Pakistan

Israel

England

Chile

China

Dominican Republic

India

Jordan

Norway

South Korea

Philippines

Republic of Yemen

Sweden

Taiwan

USA

The Republic of Nicaragua

North Korea

Lithuania

Indonesia

Romania

Hungary

Finland

Cuba

Cyprus

Republic of Zambia

Kuwait

France

Serbia

Algeria

The Republic of Singapore

Canada

Germany

Iceland

Colombia

Egypt

Italy

Ukraine

Movie Stars Without Make Up

Let’s take a look at these adult movies actresses without makeup. My opinion is that they are not so ugly without make up. They look like regular women, with huge breasts. What do you think? Who’s your favorite actress? :)

Crissy Moran

Phoenix Marie

Jenna Jameson

Stormy Daniels

Nina Mercedes

Natasha Nice

Tara Lynn Fox

Isis Taylor

Admit you have searched for all actresses you haven’t heard before! :)

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Children Who Had Fought In World War II

During the Second World War, many children were fighting in the regular army against the Nazis. Many children tried to flee from their homes by war, but most of them were seized by military police and returned to their homes. Often, the soldiers found the children in impoverished villages. Poor children were placed in, a specially created during the war, children’s homes, but sometimes the boys involved in active combat units, where they received weapons and a special form. Some of the boys fell into the army at age 9 – 11 years, and remained with his regiment on all fronts, from Russia to Germany, before the end of the war. Many of them died during the war, but also most of them returned home with medals of honor. Continue reading

The Curious Predictions of Vangelia Pandeva

There are not many people who believe in clairvoyants’ predictions. However, such beliefs stay strong until those predictions begin to come true. Vanga presumably became known for her predictions of global disasters.

Life:

Vangelia Pandeva Dimitrova was a blind Bulgarian mystic, clairvoyant and herbalist who spent most of her life in the Rupite area in the Kozhuh mountains, Bulgaria. Her followers were convinced that she possessed paranormal abilities. her predictions are well known and we can say really disturbing if you believe in anything paranormal.


A turning point in “Baba Vanga” (grandma Vanga’s) life was a storm which lifted her up and threw her in the field (this claim has not been verified with meteorological records or other accounts from that time). She was found after a long search–very frightened, and her eyes were covered with sand and dust, so she couldn’t open them because of the pain. No healing gave results. There was money only for a partial operation, so her eyesight was failing.
In 1939 Vanga caught pleurisy, although she had been quite healthy in the previous years. The doctor’s opinion was that she would soon die but she recovered quickly.

Vanga’s most shocking prediction include:

“At the turn of the century, in August of 1999 or 2000, Kursk will be covered with water, and the whole world will be weeping over it.” (1980)

The prediction did not make any sense back then. Sadly, twenty years on, it did make a lot of sense, when a Russian nuclear submarine sunk in an accident in August of 2000. The submarine was named Kursk. Kursk – the city (after which the submarine was named), could by no means have been covered with water (probably that’s why her prediction seemed so unrealistic at first).

“Horror, horror! The American brethren will fall after being attacked by the steel birds. The wolves will be howling in a bush, and innocent blood will be gushing.” (1989)

Happened as predicted. The World Trade Center Towers in New York collapsed following terrorist attacks on September 11, 2001. The WTC Towers were dubbed “Twins” or “Brothers.” The terrorists drove passenger planes –“the steel birds”- into the towers. “The bush” obviously relates to the surname of the current U.S. president.

Specialists also say that the renowned fortune-teller also predicted the events connected with the armed conflict in South Ossetia. Vanga supposedly said that the Third World War would break out as a result of attempts on the lives of four government heads and after a conflict in Hindustan.

The presidents of four countries – Ukraine, Estonia, Lithuania and Poland departed to Georgia in the middle of the conflict to see the situation with their own eyes.

Vanga predicted that the Third World War would break out in 2010.The war will begin in November of 2010 and will end in October of 2014. Will start as a normal war, then will include usage of nuclear and chemical weapons.

Vanga was illiterate or semi-literate and she did not write any books herself. Her speech was difficult to distinguish and she spoke a heavy dialect (recent TV recordings used subtitles for the Bulgarian audience). What she said or allegedly said has been captured by staff members. Later numerous esoteric books on Vanga’s life and predictions were written.

Vanga claimed that her alleged extraordinary abilities had something to do with the presence of invisible creatures, but she couldn’t clearly explain their origin. She was saying, that those creatures were giving her information about people, which she could not transmit to them, because, distance and time didn’t matter. According to Vanga, the life of everyone standing in front of her, was like a film to her, from birth till death. But changing “what was written on the generation” was beyond her power.

More predictions about the future:

2010 – The start of WWIII. The war will begin in November of 2010 and will end in October of 2014. Will start as a normal war, then will include usage of nuclear and chemical weapons.
2011 – Due to the radioactive showers in Northern Hemisphere – no animals or plants will be left. Muslims will begin chemical war against Europeans who are still alive.
2014 – Most of the people in this world will have skin cancer and skin related diseases. (as a result of chemical wars)
2016 – Europe is almost empty
2018 – China becomes the new world power.
2023 – Earth’s orbit will change slightly
2025 – Europe is still barely populated
2028 – Development of a new energy source. (Probably controller thermonuclear reaction) Hunger slowly stops being a problem. Piloted spaceship to Venus deploys.
2033 – The world’s oceans rise as the polar ice caps melt.
2043 – World economy is prosperous. Muslims are running Europe.
2046 – Any organs can be mass produced. Exchange of body organs becomes the common method of treatment.
2066 – During it’s attack on Rome (which is under control of the Muslims) U.S.A. uses a new method of weapons – has to do with climate change. Instant freezing.
2076 – No class society (communism)
2084 – Nature restores herself.
2088 – New disease. – People are getting old in few seconds.
2097 – This disease is cured.
2100 – Man made Sun is lighting up the dark side of the planet Earth.
2111 – People become robots. Think ‘The Terminator’.
2123 – Small countries are at war and the larger countries don’t get involved.
2125 – Signals from space are received in Hungry. An interest in Vanga will be renewed.
2130 – Colonies are built under water with advice from aliens.
2154 – Animals become half-humans.
2167 – A new religion is formed.
2170 – World-wide drought.
2183 – Colony on Mars becomes nuclear nation and asks for independence from the Earth.
2187 – Two volcano eruptions are successfully stopped.
2195 – Sea colonies are fully supplied with energy and food.
2196 – Asians and Europeans are no longer distinguishable from each other.
2201 – Thermonuclear reactions on the Sun slow down. Temperatures Drop.
2221 – Humans engage with something very frightening while in the search of Alien life.
2256 – Spaceship brings a freighting new disease into Earth.
2262 – Orbits of planets start to change progressively. Mars is under threat of being hit by a comet.
2271 – Physic properties are re-calculated because of changes.
2273 – A new race emerges that is a mix of Asian, European and African.
2279 – Energy can be made out of nothing (probably from vacuum or black holes)
2288 – Travel through time. New contacts with the aliens.
2291 – Sun cools. Humans make attempts to fire it up again.
2296 – Bright flashes on the Sun. Force of gravity changes. Old space stations and satellites begin to fall to Earth.
2299 – In France, there is a guerrilla uprising against Islam.
2302 – Important new laws and mysteries about the universe are uncovered.
2304 – The mystery of the Moon is uncovered.
2341 – Something frightening is approaching Earth from the space.
2354 – An accident on one of the man made suns will result in drought.
2371 – World-wide hunger.
2378 – New and fast growing race.
2480 – Earth is dark when two man made suns collide.
3005 – War on Mars. Trajectory of planets changes.
3010 – A comet will ram into the Moon throwing a belt of rocks and dust around the Earth.
3797 – By this time, everything living on Earth dies. But humans are able to put in the essentials for the beginning of a new life in a new star system.
3803 – A new planet is populated by a few humans. There are few contacts between people. The climate on the new planet causes people to begin mutating.
3805 – Humans go to war over resources. More than half of people dying out.
3815 – The war is over.
3854 – The development of civilization virtually stops. People live flocks like animals.
3871 – New prophet tells people about moral values, religion.
3874 – New prophet receives support from all segments of the population. Organized a new church.
3878 – along with the Church to re-train new people forgotten sciences.
4302 – New cities are growing in the world. New Church encourages the development of new technology and science.
4302 – The development of science. Scientists discovered in the overall impact of all diseases in organism behavior.
4304 – A cure for any disease is discovered.
4308 – Human mutations result in people using their brains more than 34% and losing notions of evil and hatred.
4509 – Getting to Know God. Man reaches a level of development that can communicate with God.
4599 – People achieve immortality.
4674 – The development of civilization has reached its peak. There are about 340 billion people living on different planets. Assimilation begins with aliens.
5076 – Humans find the universe boundaries.
5078 – The decision to leave the boundaries of the universe. While about 40 percent of the population is against it.
5079 – End of the World.
Believe it or not, you have to admit that this story disturbed you… just a little bit?

The Lion King – A True Story?

Whether you are man or woman, child or adult, there is no denying that The Lion King is one of the greatest animated films of all time. The Lion King is a 1994 American animated feature produced by Walt Disney Feature Animation. But where did Walt Disney got his inspiration for this amazing animation? Here are some of the best suggestions. After these photos you can ask yourself is the story about Simba, Timon and Pumbaa a true story…

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