Clouds are formed in the Earth’s atmosphere when water evaporates into vapor from oceans, lakes, ponds, and even streams and rivers; and by evaporation or transpiration over moist areas of Earth’s land surface. The vapor rises up into colder areas of the atmosphere due to convective, orographic, or frontal lifting. Check out this link 20 Amazing Cloud Formations.
I recently stumbled upon this article by Matt Walsh. I think everyone should read this. Even I’m at times guilty of this. Underestimating the role mothers play in the upbringing of children and more importantly take for granted the sacrifices they make taking care of our children 24/7 whilst we make pale comparisons to our daily work in the office. One think I would like to tell my wife Zeenee (…) Read more
I stumbled across this amazing invention by Theo Jansen called the Strandbeest. (Dutch: strand=beach; beest=beast). In 1990, he began what he is known for today: building large mechanisms out of PVC that are able to move on their own, known as Strandbeest. His animated works are a fusion of art and engineering. Constructed as intricate assemblages of piping, wood, and wing-like sails, Jansen’s creations are constantly being improved and have become excellently (…) Read more
Ever wonder how Richard Branson got started? Turns out he used the profits from his student magazine to fund an unknown rock ‘n’ roll album! This is just one interview of many from the new Khan Academy entrepreneurship interview series produced by the Kauffman Foundation. The new tutorial includes twenty-two videos and features a range of tips, anecdotes, and personal characteristics from twelve entrepreneurs. Check out the video here:
Today is International Coffee Day! Here are some health pros and cons. Click here for larger size: http://bit.ly/11VgttB
How does a student from a country in which a third of the population is nomadic, living in round white felt tents…ace an M.I.T. course even though nothing like this is typically taught in Mongolian schools?” That’s the question posed by Laura Pappano, an education journalist and the writer in residence at Wellesley Centers for Women at Wellesley College in her New York Times article. Thanks to The Next Draft for (…) Read more
Looking for a great place to stay in Penang? How would you like to spend quality time with your family and/or friends, visiting old Penang Heritage, enjoy local cuisine and not have to drive all over town? My wife discovered this place in Georgetown called “Spices”. It’s a boutique hotel in the heart of the city. Lovely location and service. One of the main reasons we loved this place even more (…) Read more