Saturday, April 28, 2012

Hiroshima - Atomic Bomb (Little Boy) attack 2

About 140,000 people were killed or died within months when the American B-29 "Enola Gay" bombed Hiroshima on August 6, 1945. Three days later, about 80,000 people died after the United States attacked Nagasaki.

A luxurious house in Hiroshima, September 7, 1945. Only two pillars remained.

A movie theater in Hiroshima Sept. 8, 1945, a month after the atomic bomb was dropped by the U.S.

Sachio Tsuboto shows keloid scars, June 5, 1947, caused by healing burns from the atomic blast that decimated Hiroshima.

Friday, April 27, 2012

Hiroshima - Atomic Bomb (Little Boy) attack on 1945

Hiroshima, a Japanese city, situated some 8M km. (500 mi.) from Tokyo, on which the first operational atomic bomb was dropped at 0815 on 6 August 1945. Nicknamed 'Little Boy’—a reference to Roosevelt—the bomb was 3 m. (9 ft. 9 in.) long, used uranium 235, had the power of 12.5 kilotons of TNT, and weighed 3,600 kg. (nearly 8,000 lb.)
 "Little Boy" was the codename for the atomic bomb dropped on Hiroshima on August 6, 1945 by the Boeing B-29 Superfortress Enola Gay, piloted by Colonel Paul Tibbets of the 393rd Bombardment Squadron, Heavy, of the United States Army Air Forces. It was the first atomic bomb to be used as a weapon.

About 140,000 people were killed or died within months when the American B-29 "Enola Gay" bombed Hiroshima on Aug. 6, 1945.

A mushroom cloud billows about one hour after an atomic bomb was detonated above Hiroshima, Japan on Aug. 6, 1945

Thursday, April 26, 2012

Funny Men's Calendar - Amazing

Have you ever wonder why they use women photos for calendars.....

The Most Expensive $2 Million Dollar Fantasy Bra

Are you willing to spend $2 Million for a bra?

This world's most expensive $2 million dollar Bombshell Fantasy Bra weighs in at 142 carats, including 60 carats of white diamonds as well as topazes and sapphires.

The Tallest Man in the World Meets the Shortest

The Shortest man in the world is He Pingping from China
Height: 2 feet 5 inch (73 cm)
The Tallest man in the world is Sultan Kosen from Turkey
Height: 8 feet 1 inch (246.5 cm)

Wednesday, April 25, 2012

The Strangest Limousines in the World

Limousine, it’s more than just a car. 
It’s about style, comfort and fun.

 Here are some World’s weirdest Limousines




Monday, April 23, 2012

World’s Worst and Greatest Spaghetti Junctions

The most confusing traffic systems on the planet

I-710 and I-105 Interchange, Los Angeles, California, US
54’46.30”N, 118 10’48.33”W

Most Expensive Paintings in the World

List of highest prices paid for paintings at auctions or private sales

The Card Players

The Card Players is a series of oil paintings by the French Post-Impressionist artist Paul Cézanne. Painted during Cézanne's final period in the early 1890s, there are five paintings in the series. In 2012, one version of The Card Players was reportedly sold for £160 million (over $250 million), making it the most expensive piece of artwork ever sold.

No. 5, 1948

No. 5, 1948 is a painting by Jackson Pollock, an American painter known for his contributions to the abstract expressionist movement. According to a report in The New York Times on November 2, 2006, the painting was sold by David Geffen, founder of Geffen Records and co-founder of Dreamworks SKG, to David Martinez, managing partner of Fintech Advisory Ltd, in a private sale for a record inflation-adjusted price of $140 million.

Friday, April 13, 2012

World's Highest Tennis Court

Burj Al Arab in Dubai is home to the world's highest tennis court (at times). At 210 meters (about 690 feet). The Burj Al Arab in Duabi is one of the famous hotels around the globe. Boasting a 7 star rating, this hotel also measures in as the fourth highest hotel in the entire world.

Video of Andre Agassi and some other guy playing tennis up there after the jump. The hotel took the liberty of transforming the helicopter landing pad into quite possibly the world’s most beautiful tennis court. The tennis court is elevated some 1,000 feet over the water showcasing the entire city of Dubai.

The Highest Bridge in the World

Designed by the structural engineer Michel Virlogeux and British architect Norman Foster, the Millau Viaduct (French: le Viaduc de Millau) is a large cable-stayed road-bridge that spans the valley of the River Tarn near Millau in southern France. It is the tallest vehicular bridge in the world, with one mast's summit at 343 metres (1,125 ft) — slightly taller than the Eiffel Tower and only 38 m (125 ft) shorter than the Empire State Building. The viaduct is part of the A75-A71 autoroute axis from Paris to Béziers. It was formally dedicated on 14 December 2004, it was inaugurated the day after and opened to traffic two days later.

The bridge’s construction broke three world records:
The highest pylons in the world: pylons P2 and P3, 244.96 metres (803 ft 8 in) and 221.05 metres (725 ft 3 in) in height respectively, broke the French record previously held by the Tulle and Verrières Viaducts (141 m/460 ft), and the world record previously held by the Kochertal Viaduct (Germany), which is 181 metres (590 ft) at its highest; The highest mast in the world: the mast atop pylon P2 peaks at 343 metres (1,130 ft). The highest road bridge deck in the world, 270 m (890 ft) above the Tarn River at its highest point. It is nearly twice as tall as the previous tallest vehicular bridge in Europe, the Europabrücke in Austria. It is slightly higher than the New River Gorge Bridge in West Virginia in the United States, which is 267 m (880 ft) above the New River. Only the bridge deck of the Royal Gorge Bridge in Colorado, United States (mainly a pedestrian bridge over the Arkansas River, occasionally also used by motor vehicles) is higher with 321 m (1,050 ft), and is considered the highest bridge in the world.

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