Wednesday, 25 March 2015

Viral Video of the Day [Part II]


Respect and smile
Posted by Jack jones TV on Tuesday, 24 March 2015

Viral Video of the Day:


Making people smile....Credit: Jack jones TV
Posted by helloU on Tuesday, 24 March 2015

Tuesday, 24 March 2015

Facebook Wants To Bring Back Your Memories!

Everybody gets reminiscent from time to time, so Facebook wants to help you out!

The major social-network knows that as much as you love latest updates, you love reliving memories too!

So, in a bid to resurrect your most special memories, Facebook's bringing back its previously trialled feature On This Day - showing posts you shared, or were tagged in on the same date in previous years.

Yes, it's sort of like TimeHop.

When will Twitter copy this? I mean, the two seem to be morphing into each other these days... 

Right, who else is excited about taking a trip down Memory Lane automatically [as soon as you log in]?! 

Plus, as with anything on social-media, you can share it with your friends too - allowing them to join in the love-in.

Get ready smartphone and web users, your timeline's about to get shaken up!

NASA Curiosity Found Nitrates on Mars - Signs of Alien Life:

NASA's Curiosity Rover is doing everything it can to prove that Mars was once home for alien life!

This time, the explorer robot has identified evidence of nitrates [nitrogen compounds that hold the key nutrients for life] on the rocks at three places near its landing site.

What could be good news for Mars One, might not actually be anything groundbreaking at all. I mean, there still isn't substantial proof, this finding just makes it more believable. 

However, the main focus now is to determine whether the processes that formed those nitrates is still alive, or if they died out when the planet became barren - scientists are still unsure. 

Mars One Will Send Humans To Mars By 2027

It's the news we've all been waiting for! Mars One has promised to send humans on a one-way trip to Mars by 2027!

When the spaceship make its first trip to Mars, there's no way back, which means they've no chance of returning.

So, my advice would be make sure you no longer want to live on Earth anymore before you sign up for the trip!

Oh, and don't worry about the technicalities, because CEO of Mars One, Bas Lansdorp, says it's more possible than ever before to land humans on Mars [using current technology] and keep them alive on it.

How do they do it?

It isn't easy, to the point where even Bas Lansdorp isn't revealing how it'll be done. That's part of the reason why Mars One hasn't launched earlier.

As Engadget reports: "First, a 2014 research paper from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology concludes that the program is not realistic. 
Second, a series of articles forMatter magazine calls into question the feasibility of Mars One financially, scientifically and ethically."

But, Bas Lansdorp is still adamant that he'll be able to - one day - send humans to live on Mars.
I want to be one of them... 

Viral Video of the Day