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Wednesday, February 10, 2010

Download Any Streaming Video for Free - Video

How to download streaming video.

Download Any Streaming Video for Free - Video

Bloggers Like Google's Speedy Web Plan - If nothing else, it could ramp up pressure on big ISP's

Google can help bring down the cost of internet.

Bloggers Like Google's Speedy Web Plan - If nothing else, it could ramp up pressure on big ISP's

Terrifying lift ordeal at Burj Khalifa tower, the world’s tallest building - Times Online

This building has been open for 36 days.

Terrifying lift ordeal at Burj Khalifa tower, the world’s tallest building - Times Online

New World Trade Center 9/11 aerial images from ABC News | Mail Online

Dramatic new photos for 9-11 terrorist attack.

New World Trade Center 9/11 aerial images from ABC News | Mail Online

The fastest things on Earth

There is something that is part of human nature that makes us want to go fast. Something that even small children feel that makes them want to go faster. It brings to mind something that happened this summer. We were tubing behind the boat and my 3 year old grand daughter wanted to try. She got on the tube with her dad. We were going at about 15 mph when her dad lost his balance and the tube flipped over on its side, he fell off. We stopped right away, the tube righted itself, she was still hanging onto the tube. We pulled the tube in as we went back to pick up her dad. When we got her close she was yelling, faster, faster. Anyway, this is a list of the fastest vehicles on earth, and how fast they can go.

The fastest things on Earth

High speed trains Europe

High speed high volume rail transportation has been a priority in a most of Europe for many years. The limited space has made it a necessity to move large numbers of people and good quickly and economically between major European cities. To be classified as a high speed train, it must be able to operate at a speed over 125 mph

High speed trains Europe

What are Earthquakes

An earthquake is the sudden and sometimes very violent release of energy from the movement of the earth surface. The surface is comprised of pates called tectonic plates. these plates are constantly moving into each other. As the pressure from them pushing on each other builds up, one of the plates has to give into the pressure. It can move up or down, or to one side or the other. As they are moving and pushing and rubbing against each other, the rest of the earth shakes causing things on the earth to break and crumble. The image to the right shows where the most threat of earthquakes are most likely in the United States, the darker the color, the higher the threat

What are Earthquakes

Monday, February 8, 2010