Dr. Yan’s Time Lapse Video of Rotting Food


I’m always amazed by the life cycle of everything on our Earth.  It’s so incredible how every organism seems in perfect harmony (no matter how big or small).  OK, sometimes it can be a bit gross to see (this video is icky and interesting at the same time).


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The SeeSaw Television Revolution

SeeSaw sceen

A new on-demand video website pooling content from rival broadcasters has launched in a move that could revolutionise how people watch television.

More than 3,000 hours of BBC, Channel 4 and Five programmes can now be accessed from a single website.

SeeSaw puts programmes including Doctor Who, Hustle, Shameless and Neighbours side-by-side under one brand for the first time.

U.S. shows are due to be added to the library later this year, when the site is set to start charging for some of its content. 

Downloading programs is currently free, although there are adverts at the start and possibly also in the middle of the shows.

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Product Placement To Be Allowed On British Television

Placement ad whoring

Product placement is to be allowed on British TV shows, in a move due to be announced this week.

Independent broadcasters will be allowed to take payments for displaying commercial products during shows.

The change is intended to bring in extra funds for commercial broadcasters.

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Head of Greenpeace Admits Climate Change Exaggeration


Gerd Leipold, the current Executive Director of Greenpeace, has just come out on the BBC program Hardtalk and admitted that they had ‘emotionalized’ issues surrounding the melting of the polar ice-caps in a report released on July 15th.

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Dolphin Rescues Beached Whales

Moko the bottlenosed dolphin
Two pygmy sperm whales had repeatedly beached themselves on Mahia beach in New Zealand and conservationists had trouble trying to get them back out to sea.

That is, until Moko the bottlenosed dolphin, who is well known locally for playing with swimmers in the bay, stepped in (swam in?):

Mr Smith said that just when his team was flagging, the dolphin showed up and made straight for them.

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