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Sunday, September 30, 2007
Saturday, September 29, 2007
"The world is coming to an end on December 21, 2012!
The ancient Maya made this stunning prediction more than 2,000 years ago. We'll peel back the layers of mystery and examine in detail how the Maya calculated the exact date of doomsday. Journey back to the ancient city of Chichen Itza, the hub of Maya civilization deep in the heart of Mexico's Yucatan Peninsula, to uncover the truth about this prophecy. The Maya were legendary astronomers and timekeepers--their calendar is more accurate than our own.
By tracking the stars and planets they assigned great meaning to astronomical phenomena and made extraordinary predictions based on them--many of which have come true. Could their doomsday prophecy be one of them?
It shows how a simplistic model of human beings as self-seeking, almost robotic, creatures led to today's idea of freedom. This model was derived from ideas and techniques developed by nuclear strategists during the Cold War to control the behaviour of the Soviet enemy.
"This film examines the disturbing reality of teenagers who have become hooked on internet pornography. One 16 year old from Bristol has looked at porn online since the age of 13 and it has almost overtaken his life. We follow his progress as he seeks therapy and tries to overcome his addiction. We also meet other younger children who look at porn, some brazenly and others for whom it's a secret obsession."
Friday, September 28, 2007
More than 200 million Americans are suffering from some sort of disease or medical condition at a cost of two trillion dollars per year. ... all » The conventional medical model shows no hope in curing, and little hope of improving, most of these medical problems. In fact, conventional pharmaceutical approaches to curing disease very often exacerbate the very problems they are supposed to cure, or create other new medical problems that were not there previously.
Thursday, September 27, 2007
HUMILIATED: English tourist Helen Simpson said she felt discriminated against for having big breasts after a Christchurch Casino woman staff member told her to cover up or leave. .
Helen Simpson, 33, from Nottingham, was wearing a low-cut, black evening dress when a woman staff member told her to cover up or leave.
"She said I was wearing too low a top, which people found offensive," Simpson said. "`I was highly embarrassed – humiliated, absolutely humiliated.
"There were girls at the casino wearing short skirts that I think are nothing more than belts.
"I feel like I've been discriminated against for having big breasts."
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Wednesday, September 26, 2007
with english subtitles
Superstar comedian Stephen Chow stars in this wild and woolly yarn about a hapless young college student named Lee Chak-lee who gets blown up by a dastardly yakuza operative after dating the gangster's girlfriend. All that remains of the lad is his brain and his lips. Yet thanks to the mad creations of Professor Chang Sze (Elvis Tsui Kam-kong), Lee lives again in a body fashioned out of cheap consumer electronics and powered with a handful of D batteries. Lee soon discovers that he can turn his limbs or indeed his entire body into a dizzying sundry of household objects such as a spatula, toothpaste tube, and a microwave.
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A LEADING plastic surgeon has calculated the formula for perfect breasts - and Victoria Beckham's expensive assets have been given the thumbs down.
The key aesthetic elements are nipple position and the proportion between the upper and lower halves of the breast, he said.
"The ideal is a 45 to 55 per cent proportion - that is the nipple sits not at the half-way mark down the breast, but at about 45 per cent from the top."
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Tuesday, September 25, 2007
Monday, September 24, 2007
Sunday, September 23, 2007
What would you see and experience if the clocks rolled forward 50 years? In a unique blend of drama and science, this three-part series shows you the world of tomorrow. Will we have flying cars? Will advances in medicine help us stay young forever? What about "printing" custom-made vital organs? What will our cities look like? What will tomorrow's wars be about? Will we have robots helping around the house? Will solar power be the new oil?
2057: The Body
2057: The City
2057: The World
Saturday, September 22, 2007
Friday, September 21, 2007
Thursday, September 20, 2007
to the horse....hehehe
At rail stations and shopping malls around the world, reports are popping up of people, particularly young children, getting their toes caught in escalators. The one common theme seems to be the clunky soft-soled clogs known by the name of the most popular brand, Crocs.
One of the nation's largest subway systems -- the Washington Metro -- has even posted ads warning riders about wearing such shoes on its moving stairways. The ads feature a photo of a crocodile, though they don't mention Crocs by name.
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