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Saturday, May 26, 2007

Comedy World

Here:http://www.myconfinedspace.com/2007/05/14/comedy-makes-everything-better/

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World record of the biggest dog?

Really impressive! A dog as big as a horse, is this possible? Or is it just a fake picture?
see at:http://www.funny-potato.com/biggest-dog.html

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Strange Houses

All kind from haif bent to angle ,cone,so many different shapes and styles you never think off.
See pics:http://www.2spare.com/item_72903.aspx?pagcomm=2

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When Zebra Beats Lioness

This is the moment when the hunted turned the tables on the hunter - and won. A seemingly doomed zebra, in the vice-like grip of a lioness's jaws, refuses to lie down and die.

Instead the animal, caught by the predator in a shallow river, struggles to lower the lioness's head towards the water...in an attempt to drown the attacker.



Only when the partly-submerged lioness is starved of air does it release its grip and give the zebra a momentary chance of escape.

This remarkable episode was captured by a TV crew filming the annual migration across the plains of East Africa for a new series. Observers have described the young zebra's tactics to survive the attack as 'unprecedented'.
More at:http://www.dailymail.co.uk/pages/live/articles/news/news.html?in_article_id=389919&in_page_id=1770&in_a_source

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Infants Are More Capable Than Adults?

Babies might seem a bit dim in their first six months of life, but researchers are getting smarter about what babies know, and the results are surprising.

The word "infant" comes from the Latin, meaning "unable to speak," but babies are building the foundations for babbling and language before they are born, responding to muffled sounds that travel through amniotic fluid.

Soon after birth, infants are keen and sophisticated generalists, capable of seeing details in the world that are visible to some other animals but invisible to adults, older children and even slightly older infants.

Recently, scientists have learned the following:


At a few days old, infants can pick out their native tongue from a foreign one.
At 4 or 5 months, infants can lip read, matching faces on silent videos to "ee" and "ah" sounds.
Infants can recognize the consonants and vowels of all languages on Earth, and they can hear the difference between foreign language sounds that elude most adults.
Infants in their first six months can tell the difference between two monkey faces that an older person would say are identical, and they can match calls that monkeys make with pictures of their faces.
Infants are rhythm experts, capable of differentiating between the beats of their culture and another.

The latest finding, presented in the May 25 issue of the journal Science, is that infants just 4 months old can tell whether someone is speaking in their native tongue or not without any sound, just by watching a silent movie of their speech. This ability disappears by the age of 8 months, however, unless the child grows up in a bilingual environment and therefore needs to use the skill.
More at:http://www.livescience.com/health/070524_infant_intelligence.html

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More Than 11 Days Without Nodding Oof

After more than 11 days without nodding off, Tony Wright crawled into bed yesterday in the happy belief that he had broken the world sleeplessness record by two hours.

But the poor chap is in for a rude awakening.


His 266-hour feat of endurance will not feature in Guinness World Records because it has stopped acknowledging such attempts for health reasons.


And to make matters worse, someone has already beaten Mr Wright himself by a full ten hours.
More at:http://www.dailymail.co.uk/pages/live/articles/news/news.html?in_article_id=457403&in_page_id=1770

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