Yup. You read that right! A machine that transforms poop to drinking water. Why is this important? Because such technology can be rolled out in countries where there are poor sanitation systems. Whilst solving the sanitation problem, it also generates clean drinking water and electricity. How about that! The machine is called “OmniProcessor”. I watched the piles of feces go up the conveyer belt and drop into a large bin. (…) Read more
When I first told my friends about Arunima, they were like, “Aru who?”. Most Malaysians may not be familiar with her but she has captured the hearts of thousands around the world. In April 2011, Arunima Sinha, a national level volleyball player, was thrown out of a running train by robbers who were after her gold chain. Her left leg crushed by the passing trains had to be amputated. This did (…) Read more
Zeenee cooked some lovely dishes for tea time today. Thanks to Ranima and Zeenee for this small tea party to welcome 2015. Perhaps Zeenee will be posting the recipes on her blog soon @ http://wannamakan.com
Happy New Year! It’s a beautiful day and a fresh start. Looking forward to a wonderful year with my darling wife and son. God Bless!
Why are news agencies providing false reports just to bait users into “liking” the post or “sharing” it. I honestly feel that these news providers should be held accountable for spreading rumours. Here are just some examples I’ve taken from NST and Red FM’s Facebook page. Both these pages published stories about the “reported crash” in Belitung Timur. They could have done a bit of Google search, realize that the information (…) Read more
Love him or hate him, you cannot deny the impact Rajinikanth has on the masses. As I was watching this movie, I could not help but wonder how this 64 year old actor never fails to make the audience go crazy with his unique style. Journalist Naman Ramachandran, perfectly describes the start of any Rajini movie There is total silence in the auditorium, a hush that is shattered when the letter (…) Read more