Wednesday, February 27, 2013

The long-lost continent hidden underneath the Indian Ocean

Researchers believe they've finally found proof of a prehistoric microcontinent called Mauritia
Some 85 million years ago, a small landmass was sandwiched somewhere between what's now India and Madagascar. This ancient continent — Mauritia — was long the stuff of near legend, with geologists not totally sure if it ever even existed. But now, new evidence suggests the long-lost prehistoric continent is actually buried — in pieces — underneath the waves of the Indian Ocean.
The world was a very different place back when Mauritia was around. Remember, until just 750 million years ago, our planet's landmasses were all joined in a supercontinent called Rodinia. But Rodinia was eventually busted up, and millions of years of volcanic eruptions and plate tectonics eventually cleaved thousands of miles between India and Madagascar, leaving Mauritia surrounded by ocean. Then, anywhere from 2 billion to 85 million years ago, the small desolate landmass vanished.

Wednesday, January 25, 2012

Facebook forces Timeline; tips to hide users' past

Facebook will start requiring people to switch to a new profile format known as Timeline, making photos, links and personal musings from the past much easier to find.
Timeline is essentially a scrapbook of your whole life on Facebook, compared with a snapshot of you today found on Facebook's traditional profile page. Once activated, Timeline replaces the current profile.

Although some people have already voluntarily switched to Timeline, Facebook hadn't made that mandatory. Beginning Tuesday, Facebook is telling some users that they have seven days to clean up their profiles before Timeline gets automatically activated. Facebook is rolling out the requirement to others over the next few weeks.

Monday, January 2, 2012

5 Secrets of Supremely Happy Indoor Cats

You don't have to open the door to the great outdoors to give your cat a more interesting life. In fact, by just looking at your home from a pet's point of view and adding a few environmental enrichments, your cat can be both safe and happy indoors. Here are five easy ways to get going:

1. Think Vertical

Cats love to climb, so give them the opportunity. Cat trees mounted floor-to-ceiling, wrapped with sisal rope and studded with platforms for perching will give your cat the opportunity to look down on the rest of the world. This is especially satisfying if there are dogs in the household. What cat wouldn't like the chance to finally look down on the dog?

Thursday, December 8, 2011

Mood Enhancing Herbal Products

Running daily routine sometimes it's very saturated. But we must remain passionate to get through it. Sometimes, with a solid routine, our bodies require extra nutrients or vitamins for endurance. But what about the mood or mind?

If the body needs vitamins, then the mind will also need to 'nutrients' to re-excited mood. One example is the enhancers or aroma therapy. In fact, there're such things as Party enhancer used in pubs to keep Their visitor's fine mood, so, they Will keep excited over the night. There's so many of them which been used by people, but one the well known is the K6 herbal incense.


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