Sardine Run – Amazing Underwater Phenomenon

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Sardine Run

Every year, between the months of May and July, many millions of silvery sardines travel north from the cold southern oceans off South Africa’s Cape Point, hugging the shore as they make their way up along the coastlines of the former Transkei (northern Eastern Cape) and KwaZulu-Natal in what is commonly known as the annual Sardine Run.
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Ice Circles

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Ice Circles

Crop circles are so passé – the next big thing are … ice circles! (Pics)

As circles and rings in ice-covered lakes and river-bays have become a relatively numerous documented phenomenon – especially in Scandinavian and other northern European and American countries, the latest case of an ice-circle in Russia (exact location and date of discovery unfortunately unknown) just adds another case of this most likely naturally caused circle-phenomenon.

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Twitter – The Sound of “Tweet” Success

Twitter - The Sound of “Tweet” Success
Twitter co-founders Jack Dorsey, top, and Biz Stone pose on the roof of their San Francisco offices.

USA Today has a great article on the Twitter phenomenon. Micro-blogging at its finest, it is indeed much more than that.

Twitter has become so popular, so fast, that keeping up with its fast-growing user base is a real issue. So many people now use Twitter to update friends that the system often crashes.

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