The Most Interesting Youtube Videos

The Voca People

The Voca People is an international vocal theater performance combining vocal sounds and an acapella singing with the art of beat-box. (visit WWW.VOCA-PEOPLE.COM) Artistic Director: Lior Kalfo Music. Director: Shai Fishman . Producers: Revital & Lior Kalfo. Performers: Eyal Cohen, Oded Goldstein, Liraz Rahmin, Adi Cesare, Adi Kozlovsky,, Naama Levi, Boaz Ben David, Inon Ben David.
Video Photographer: Shlomi Albo, video editing: Peleg Netanel, Light design: Roy Milo. Amazing video…

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Kids Like To Get Dirty

Parents feel safe when their children are at home, even if they are playing video games and watch television programs whole day. Experts have suggested that kids should get first hand experience of the real world while playing what used to be normal childhood games, play outdoor, fall, get up by themselves cry and get dirty as well. You may think that child doesn’t like it but judging to their faces they seem to be very happy.

Hiroshima And Detroit Then And Now

Hiroshima and Nagasaki were bombed in 08.15 on 6 August 1945 in the most important warfare in the 20th century. Hiroshima was proclaimed a City of Peace by the Japanese parliament in 1949 and now is the largest city in the ChÅ«goku region of western HonshÅ«, the largest island of Japan. For 64 years development of Hiroshima is breathtaking and these pictures will make us wonder… who won the war?

Hiroshima then:

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Top 10 Most Expensive Accidents in History

Throughout history, humans have always been prone to accidents. Our aim is to list the top 10 most expensive accidents in the history of the world as measured in dollars.
This includes property damage and expenses incurred related to the accident such as cleanup and industry losses. Many of these accidents involve casualties which obviously cannot be measured in dollar terms. Each life lost is priceless and is not factored into the equation. Deliberate actions such as war or terrorism and natural disasters do not qualify as accidents and therefore are not included in this list. Continue reading

Unusual Subject View

Art is about creation, being unique, and personality. Sometimes it is ugly, sometimes is beautiful but it is still art. Beauty is in the eyes of the beholder. What is beautiful to one person is spiteful to another. Also, art expresses an idea, emotion, and/or truth. What we are conditioned to consider (generally) “beautiful” or “ugly” can change with the swipe of a brush or the turn of a century. Also, what we are conditioned to consider art can also change. At the end, everything is art. Take a look at this photo, and be a judge… Enjoy! Continue reading

Shocking Google Search Results

Google search is a web search engine owned by Google Inc. and is the most-used search engine on the Web. Google receives several hundred million queries each day through its various services. Google’s search engine normally accepts queries as a simple text, and breaks up the user’s text into a sequence of search terms, which will usually be words that are to occur in the results. Google’s goal is to provide you with results that are clear and easy to read. The diagram below points out four features that are important to understanding the search results page but sometimes we can see some very shocking results… Have fun!

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The Art Of Graffiti

Graffiti is the name for images or lettering scratched, scrawled, painted or marked in any manner on property. Graffiti is any type of public markings that may appear in the forms of simple written words to elaborate wall paintings. Graffiti has existed since ancient times, with examples dating back to Ancient Greece and the Roman Empire.

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Craziest Questions For Yahoo Answers!

This is the age of computers and internet and if we are looking for answers we all know what to do – search the web! In this article we present you crazy, stupid, wacky questions and even better answers..

For those who doesn’t know – Yahoo answers is a community-driven knowledge market website launched by Yahoo! on December 13, 2005 that allows users to both submit questions to be answered and answer questions asked by other users. The site gives members the chance to earn points as a way to encourage participation and is based on Naver’s Knowledge iN. As of October 2009, it had 179 million users and over 1 billion question and answers. Google’s closed their competing Q&A service Google Answers in November 2006. On June 11, 2007, Yahoo!’s former questions and answers service, Ask Yahoo!, was formally merged with Yahoo! Answers. Yahoo! Answers has become the second most popular Internet reference site after Wikipedia, according to Comscore. (As of September 2006)

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Tattoos And Time

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Yellow and red are the hardest colors to maintain over time, blue and black are the easiest and most stable to maintain.

Research has shown that nearly 1 in 4 people have at least one tattoo on their body. The overall length of time that a tattoo styles healthy and vibrant in color all depends on how well it was taking care of after it was completed and how the skin is taking care of. The pigment that makes up the tattoo must remain the way it is over time, although tanning and wrinkles can affect the color and clarity of the tattoo. The number one enemy of tattoos is the sun. Continue reading

Do Yoga To Reduce Back Pain

yogaTwenty percent of all those who undergo surgery for lower back pain will get no relief. The remaining 80 percent will have problems ranging from mild to severe. All will have trouble with spinal flexion.

Yoga does not offer cures. It simply promises that if you faithfully practice these asanas every day, there will be no pain and you will build up a strong and supple spine, restructuring posture and body image. Once you have back problems you must remain conscious all through the day of how you stand, sit and lie down. Here are a few guidelines: Continue reading

My Favorite Two Attractions At Disney Theme Parks

disney-parkMy two favorite rides at Disney theme parks are “It’s a Small World After All” and “Big Thunder Mountain Railroad”. Both are popular attractions at Disneyland, Disney World, and the Disney parks in Paris and Tokyo.

“It’s a Small World After All” made its debut at the 1964 New York World’s Fair in the UNICEF pavilion and was designed as a message of international harmony by Walt Disney’s team. It was transported to Disneyland in 1966, and located inside Fantasyland; it instantly became a highlight of the park.

In this ride, passengers get into boats outside the attraction and they are carried inside and moved along by a gentle current. They go through a series of rooms, each of which has dolls from different countries and cultures singing and moving to the catchy song. There is the Taj Mahal, Big Ben, and the Eifel Tower, among other global landmarks. I like trying to spot all the different countries and landmarks.

There are about 300 Audio-Animatronics figures from 100 different nations. They are simple and childlike with their repetitive movements and limited articulation. At the end of the ride, there are dolls from all the different nations singing “It’s a Small World After All” together. To me, it is very appealing ending.

That song is the infectious kind that I can’t get out of my mind. It was written by Richard M. and Robert B. Sherman, who also wrote the songs for Mary Poppins. It is continually played in a soundtrack loop, about 4,800 times an operating day in Disney parks around the world. Just about all of us can’t help singing along.

It’s a world of laughter, a world of tears,

It’s a world of hopes and a world of fears;

There’s so much that we share,

That it’s time we’re aware

It’s a small world after all.

It’s a small world after all,

It’s a small world after all,

It’s a small world after all,

It’s a small, small world.

There is just one moon, and one golden sun,

And a smile means friendship to ev’ryone;

Though the mountains divide,

And the oceans are wide,

It’s a small world after all.

Big Thunder Mountain Railroad, in Frontierland, is a relatively gentle roller-coaster geared towards adults and teens; it is more exciting to ride in the back of the train than the front. It was modeled after a runaway mining train in the Wild West, and opened in Disneyland in 1979 and in Disney World a year later. The track and queue design are different at each park, even though the theme is the same. There was a prolonged development phase for “Big Thunder Mountain Railroad” in which they considered several “histories” for the mountain. Themes of gold fever and revengeful native American spirits were finally chosen for the ride.

In Disney World, the ride is about 3.5 minutes of hairpin turns and dark descents, and there are six trains which are nicknamed I.B. Hearty, I.M Brave, I.M. Fearless, U.B. Bold, U.R, Daring, and U.R. Courageous. I prefer this roller coaster to other ones because it is just exciting enough for me. You feel like you are falling, and go around corners quickly enough to be tossed from side to side.

There are 20 audio-animatronic figures including donkeys, chickens, possums, and the rainmaker in a now flooded mining town: Professor Cumulus Isobar. There is also antique mining equipment, falling rocks, an earthquake, and the smell of sulfur as you pass phosphorescent pools. In Disney World, you careen through a dinosaur’s ribs, under a waterfall, past spewing geysers, and over a volcanic pool.

The lines are long but move fairly quickly. It is best to go during parades, or use a FASTPASS, or go late in the day (many people say it’s even better after dark). Plan for at least 30 minutes of queuing at non-peak times, and an hour at peak times.

It is easy to see why “It’s a Small World After All” and “Big Thunder Mountain Railroad” are so popular. They both have appealing themes and lots of attention to detail. They are very different from each other but both are great examples of why Disney theme parks are so much fun. I never get tired of them.

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Tongue Tattoos

tongue-tattooThe needles move extremely fast, breaking the skin and leaving the pigments of ink.

As tongue tattoos become more and more popular, more and more designs are implemented. In most cases, those who already have them, chose to have their tongue tattooed a certain color. As far as the procedure goes, it’s very similar to getting a tattoo on any other part of your body. The tongue, just like the skin, will swallow the pigments once the surface has been punctured by the needle. There are also designs that can be tattooed farther back on the tongue, near the middle of it. Continue reading

Use A Professional Translation Service To Translate Your CV – Make the right impression

professional-translation-servicesJust viewing your CV for 10 seconds can be enough for a potential employer to decide whether or not to offer you an interview. Remember you only have one chance to make a first impression so you need to make it a good one! This is hard enough to do in your home country; imagine how hard it will be in a foreign country where you not only have to produce a great CV but you also need to do it in another language. Continue reading

Travel Tips for Touring Yellowstone

Yellowstone tourshave become more popular in the past few years due to the reluctance of many Americans to travel abroad. The Yellowstone Canyon, waterfalls, hot spring geysers, and active volcanoes also bring in visitors from around the world. If you have not been, it is a great time to go right now and well worth the time and money you will spend there. Continue reading