Tuesday, December 1, 2009

Amazingggggggggg ART...

Location: Tata Museum, Jamshedpur

In the first pic, u can see a painting. This was a gift to JRD Tata on his birthday by a street artist.
Nobody was able to understand his art..Unfortunately, only the painting was given to JRD and artist had promised to reveal the secret shortly..However, JRD was no more when the secret was actually reveal

See down for SECRET.....





Here's the secret revealed..when u place a steel rod at the circle in the first pic u saw, u will see the image of the JRD Tata as the reflection on a steel rod as seen in the pic below...

Isn't it INCREDIBLE!!!!

What was the artist doing on the street of India...?!!!

New Auto Rickshows on Mumbai roads very soon

Some ideas on How to paint your house

Wednesday, November 25, 2009

Mona Lisa..

This is amazing! Try to figure what the picture is made from?

Artist assistants stand next to 3,604 cups of coffee which have been made into a giant Mona Lisa in Sydney, Australia. The 3,604 cups of coffee were each filled with different amounts of milk to create the different shades!

Friday, November 6, 2009

10 Most Poisonous Animal in the World

Box Jellyfish
Jelly box can be found in the waters around Asia and Australia.

King Cobra
Its venom is not as toxic as other venomous snakes, but King Cobra is capable of injecting 5 times more venom than black mamba and can result in mortality up to 5 times faster than that of the black mamba. It is quite widespread, ranging across South and South-east Asia, living in dense highland forests.
Marbled Cone Snail
Of course, the true purpose of its venom is to catch its prey.Symptoms of a cone snail sting can start immediately or can be delayed in onset for days. It results in intense pain, swelling, numbness and tingling. Severe cases involve muscle paralysis, vision changes and breathing failure. There is no antivenom. However, only about 30 human deaths have been recorded from cone snail envenomation.

Blue-Ringed Octopus
They are currently recognized as one of the worlds most venomous animals.Its painless bite may seem harmless, but the deadly neurotoxins begin working immediately resulting in muscular weakness, numbness, followed by a cessation and breathing and ultimately death.They can be found in tide pools in the Pacific Ocean, from Japan to Australia.

Death Stalker Scorpion
Fortunately, while a sting from this scorpion is extremely painful, it would be unlikely to kill a healthy, adult human. Young children, the old, or infirm (with a heart condition) are at the biggest risk.Death stalker scorpions are spread in North Africa and Middle East.

Stonefish stores its toxins in gruesome-looking spines that are designed to hurt would-be predators.Stonefish mostly live above the tropic of Capricorn, often found in the shallow tropical marine waters of the Pacific and Indian oceans, ranging from the Red Sea to the Queensland Great Barrier Reef.

The Brazilian wandering spider
They are also so dangerous because of their wandering nature. They often hide during daytime in highly populated areas inside houses, clothes, boots, and cars.Its venomous bite causes not only intense pain, the venom of the spider can also cause priapism - uncomfortable erections lasting for many hours that lead to impotence.

Inland Taipan
Poison Dart Frog
Puffer Fish
Puffer Fish are the second most poisonous vertebrate on earth (the first one is golden dart Frog). The meat of some species is a delicacy in both Japan (as fugu) and Korea (as bok-uh) but the problem is that the skin and certain organs of many puffer fish are very poisonous to humans.This puffy fish produce rapid and violent death..Puffers poisoning causes deadening of the tongue and lips, dizziness, vomiting, rapid heart rate, difficulty breathing, and muscle paralysis. Victims die from suffocation as diaphragm muscles are paralyzed. Most of the victims die after four to 24 hours. There is no known antidote, Most deaths from fugu happen when untrained people catch and prepare the fish.Statistics show that there were 20 to 44 incidents of fugu poisoning per year between 1996 and 2006 in all of Japan and up to six incidents per year led to death. Since Fugus poison can cause near instantaneous death, only licensed chefs are allowed to prepare it.