Sunday, 31 January 2016

Sir Terry Wogan

His genial manner and Irish blarney made Sir Terry Wogan a much-loved broadcasting institution.
He was a master of the live event, whether hosting his chat shows or compering Children in Need.
His jocular manner, and flights of whimsy, helped him build an audience of eight million for his radio shows.
An easy-going man off air, as well as on, he remained remarkably untouched by fame, fortune or any whiff of scandal.
Michael Terence Wogan was born in Limerick on 3 August 1938, the son of a grocery shop manager.
His upbringing was strongly religious. At the age of eight he was sent to Crescent College, a school run by Jesuits where discipline was harsh.
"We were brainwashed into believing," he later described losing his faith at 17 as a relief.
His father's promotion in 1953 saw the family move to Dublin where he attended another Jesuit school and developed a love of amateur dramatics and rock'n'roll.-read more -http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/entertainment-arts-26957941

Britain set for 'super rat' plague as millions of 2ft long rodents 'immune to poison' blossom

RatA damp and mild winter could be set to trigger a huge plague of millions of 'super rats' in Britain this summer. Pest control experts have warned the rodents - some up to 2ft long - will outnumber humans by more than three to one come the second half of the year. And trying to kill them with over-the-counter poison could make it worse as they are becoming immune to most brands and are even starting to scoff them as tasty treats. The British Pest Control Association (BPCA) says the spread of super rats has increased in recent years because most shop-bought remedies are now ineffective. The rats are feeding on the supposedly toxic pellets, which has helped them grow bigger and stronger as well as build up their immunity. Now there are fears that the rat population, reckoned to be about 160 million, will soar to over 200 million by the summer. The generally mild winter with lots of natural food available because the countryside,towns and cities have not be covered for weeks on end by snow and ice means the rats have been breeding like rabbits.read more-http://www.mirror.co.uk/news/uk-news/britain-set-super-rat-plague-7254561

Genetic Study Provides First Ever Insight Into Biological Origin Of Schizophrenia

A landmark study has revealed that an overactive gene may be rooted in the origins of neurological disease. 
Schizophrenia, a devastating neurological disorder characterized by delusional thoughts and hallucinations, affects about 1% of the total population. The exact cause of schizophrenia has been mostly elusive until now, as scientists recently made headway in the disorder’s origins, the journal Nature reports.
Researchers discovered that overactive genes that regulate a process called synaptic pruning, in which the brain sheds weak or redundant connections between neurons as it matures, are likely involved in the onset of schizophrenia. People who carry genes that accelerate or intensify that pruning are at higher risk of developing schizophrenia than those who do not.
Scientists from Harvard Medical School, Boston Children’s Hospital, and the Broad Institute teamed up and began by focusing on a location on the human genome known as the MHC, which was most strongly associated with schizophrenia in previous genetic studies. This area of the human genome is commonly associated with the immune response, giving credence to a possible connection between autoimmune disease and neurological disorders like schizophrenia.-read more -http://www.collective-evolution.com/2016/01/30/genetic-study-provides-first-ever-insight-into-biological-origin-of-schizophrenia/

NO BLIND DOG OR OWNER ALLOWED ON OUR NUDIST BEACH.

A GUIDE DOG ALONG WITH HIS BLIND OWNER ARE BARRED FROM A NUDIST COLONY-JUPITER,FLORIDA,AMERICA.

Mindfulness

What is mindfulness?

Professor Mark Williams, former director of the Oxford Mindfulness Centre, says that mindfulness means knowing directly what is going on inside and outside ourselves, moment by moment.
"It's easy to stop noticing the world around us. It's also easy to lose touch with the way our bodies are feeling and to end up living 'in our heads' – caught up in our thoughts without stopping to notice how those thoughts are driving our emotions and behaviour," he says.
"An important part of mindfulness is reconnecting with our bodies and the sensations they experience. This means waking up to the sights, sounds, smells and tastes of the present moment. That might be something as simple as the feel of a banister as we walk upstairs.
"Another important part of mindfulness is an awareness of our thoughts and feelings as they happen moment to moment.
"It's about allowing ourselves to see the present moment clearly. When we do that, it can positively change the way we see ourselves and our -http://www.nhs.uk/Conditions/stress-anxiety-depression/Pages/mindfulness.aspx#what

ARCHAEOLOGY NEWS.

ARCHAEOLOGISTS  HAVE FOUND 800 BODIES OF CHILDREN  UNDER 6 -ST.PETERS BURIAL GROUND .1,967 BODIES WERE IN 400 BURIAL PLOTS.ALSO A TIME CAPSULE  AT THE 1820 BURIAL GROUND -BLACKBURN ,LANS CONTAINED A FULL SET OF GEORGE III COINS ,THE REMAINS OF BODIES WILL BE REINTERRED NEARBY.

MONKEY,S HAVE AUTISM?

8 MACAQUES HAVE BEEN BRED WITH AN OVERACTIVE GENE DISORDER  THAT PRODUCES AUTISM-LIKE TRAITS IN CHINA. IT IS BELIEVED THAT BY STUDYING THESE MONKEYS CAN HELP UNDERSTAND AUTISM AND FIND NEW THERAPIES .THIS IS NOT RIGHT IN MY OPINION.

Saturday, 30 January 2016

‘Punk rock and UFOs: Cryptozoology meets Anarchy’ playlist

“Punk rock and UFOs: Cryptozoology meets Anarchy,” which is the first book from the author of this blog Mike Damante, is officially out.
(Handout)
Author Mike Damante will be on hand Friday playing punk and emo songs.
Author Mike Damante will be on hand Friday playing punk and emo songs.
“Punk rock and UFOs: Cryptozoology meets Anarchy” looks at cryptozoology as an underdog science, while challenging our inner process of belief by examining our cognition, memories and media literacy. This is his first proper book, put out by DiAngelo Publications, which has published titles “Journey Of The Heart,” hip-hop heavyweight Slim Thug’s “ How To Survive In A Recession,” Zen and the Art of Skiing” and others. “Punk rock and UFOs: Cryptozoology meets Anarchy” is available in digitally ( Kindle, Apple, eBook formats) and physical copies online at Barnes and Noble, Amazon and from the publisher’s site .
The launch party for the book will be at 9 p.m. Friday at Dirt Bar, Dirt Bar, 1209 Caroline. Damante will be on hand DJ’ing and there will be some books for sale ($14, cash -read more only.) From 3-5 pm. at on Feb. 13 at RiverOaks Bookstore 3270 Westheimer, the first official book signing, along with a reading and question and answer session will take place.
As a bonus chapter of the book, there is a UFO-gazing playlist with songs about aliens, cryptozoology and other themes reflected in the book. Check out the songs below ( Some language may be NSFW).read more http://blog.chron.com/miked/2016/01/punk-rock-and-ufos-cryptozoology-meets-anarchy-playlist/

Sunday, 24 January 2016

MOLD -NOT HAPPY WITH HOUSING ASSOCIATION ?

Mold can be found in dark, moist areas with limited light. Molds are fungi that grow in the form of multicellular filaments. These fungi can grow and reproduce rapidly through small spores, which may remain airborne continually. They can survive through extreme temperatures. Some moulds can start growing at about 3.89 degrees Celsius or even less. Dealing with mould in the home should be done carefully to prevent the spores from spreading. The removal should be done as quickly as possible, as mould may pose health risks if inhaled.

Instructions

  1. 1
    Put on safety goggles, a mask and a pair of gloves. Find the area in the house where the dampness and mould is located. Locate the source of it and resolve it. Fix a leaking roof or plumbing promptly. Remove items from the room that are damp and may have mould growing on them. Place them in a big plastic bag, tie the plastic bag to prevent the spores from coming out, then discard it. Get rid of other items, such as clothing, furnishing or carpets, that are damp and mould infested.
  2. 2
    Block off the area where the mould is present. Tape a large piece of plastic around that section to prevent the spread of spores to other non-moldly areas of the house. Keep children and other occupants of the home away from the area that is being cleaned.
    1. 3
      Vacuum rugs, carpets and other fabric furnishings in the house thoroughly to eliminate mould spores. Wipe areas that are washable with unscented detergent or baking soda. Scrub infected areas briskly, then use a clean wet rag to wipe it. Dry the wet area immediately after cleaning.
    2. 4
      Hire a professional trained in removing mould to inspect the home for any remaining mould spores. Prevent further mould from developing by keeping the home dry. Regularly check for sources of moisture such as leaks and fix them immediately.

    Tips and warnings

    • The exposure to mould in the home can cause health issues. Do not delay if you suspect that there is mould in your home.ALL VERY USEFUL INFORMATION BUT WHEN I INFORMED  OUR HOUSING ASSOCIATION THEIR SAID NOT A LOAD TO DO AND IF COLD LEAVE HEATING  ON WITH WINDOWS OPEN AND JUST KEEP ON TOP OF IT.

Save St Eval's slow worms before sending in bulldozers, say consultants

Slow worms will have to be moved before houses are builtControversial plans to build 100 homes on the site of the former RAF base at St Eval could depend on the transfer of hundreds of slow worms and grass snakes to help them survive the arrival of bulldozers.

Read more: http://www.cornishguardian.co.uk/Save-St-Eval-s-slow-worms-sending-bulldozers-say/story-28183607-detail/story.html#ixzz3yBVnXuqw 
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SAD STATE OF AFFAIRS FOR YOUNG LEARNING DISABILITIES.

IF YOU ARE A YOUNG BRITISH PERSON LIVING IN BRITAIN A THIRD OF YOU ARE SAID TO BE TOO SCARED TO GO OUT IN CASE THEY GET BULLIED.MANY SPEND LESS THAN A HOUR OUT ACCORDING TO A MENCAP POLL OF 18 TO 35 YEAR OLDS  WITH LEARNING PROBLEMS WITH  1 IN 5 FEEL ALONE.BIT IN MY HUMBLE OPINION IS THEIR ALL HAVE THE SAME RIGHT  AS SO CALLED NORMAL PEOPLE  TO GO OUT AND HAVE FUN.

SIMI ..NOW SAFE.

SIMI -INDIAN SIBERIAN TIGER WAS PART OF A GERMAN CIRCUS WHO SUFFERED CRUELTY.SHE WAS HELPED TO BE SAVED IN SEPTEMBER 2012 BACK BENCH TORY MP BROUGHT UP ABOUT HER PLIGHT DURING PMQS .SIMI WAS CLOSE TO DEATH DUE TO AN INFECTION FOLLOWING A BOTCHED TAIL AMPUTATION AND NOW RESIGNS IN ISLE OF WIGHT ZOO.

TURTLE ON SOUTH WEST COAST

1ST CANINE CUB SCOUT.

THIS  IS A DOG CALLED RUBY WHO HAS 30 BADGES .SHE IS PART OF THE 1ST TOLWORTH EVEREST CUB PACK,SOUTH LONDON.

DOG DEPRESSION.

ANIMAL CHARITY -P.D.S.A DID A RESEARCH INTO DEPRESSION IN DOGS. 31,500 PET OWNERS -28 PER CENT THOUGHT  IT OK TO LEAVE DOGS FOR BETWEEN 6 TO 10 HOURS .VETS ADVISE A MAXIMUM OF 4 HOURS BECAUSE LONELY DOGS GET DEPRESSED.

/victorian-bakers-

Four modern bakers bake their way through the era that gave us modern baking as we know it - the reign of Queen Victoria. Experts Alex Langlands and Annie Gray join them to tell the incredible story of our daily bread.
The journey begins in 1837, when bread was the mainstay of most diets and bakers were at the heart of every community. A rural bake house has been kitted out exactly as it would have been in the 1830s. The bakers must get to grips with centuries-old methods of breadmaking and that means doing absolutely everything by hand.
The first loaves are made with heritage wheat flour and brewers' yeast in a tiny wood-fired oven. It is bog standard bread that fed Victorian rural workers but to modern palettes it is an absolute revelation. Fifth-generation baker John Swift gets a taste of the bread his ancestors once made and artisan baker Duncan is in his element in this unhurried, organic world. There is no shop, so the bakers deliver door-to-door. For industrial baker John Foster, who deals with customers as far afield as China, the fixed demand and lack of competition enjoyed by Victorian bakers is an utter joy.
But the idyll doesn't last. In the 1840s, poor harvests and an economic downturn saw the price of wheat rocket, so barley bread must be made for the poor. It is an irony not lost on the bakers that this bread would only sell in the poshest artisan bakeries today. But it is when they have to turn their hand to making crammings - Victorian chicken feed - that their forebears' role in feeding a starving nation really hits home.-http://www.bbc.co.uk/iplayer/episode/b06vn7sq/victorian-bakers-episode-1

story-of-scottish-art

http://www.bbc.co.uk/iplayer/episode/b06h7xsm/the-story-of-scottish-art-episode-1-Lachlan Goudie visits the Ring of Brodgar in Orkney, a stone circle that has stood for thousands of years. He also encounters the Westray Wife, an ancient figurine on the island of Westray that is the oldest sculpted human figure in the British Isles.
There is also a look at the sophisticated art of the Picts and the Gaels, the exuberant Renaissance period of the early Stuart kings, and the destruction of the Reformation, when religious artworks in Scotland were all but wiped out.

Saturday, 23 January 2016

Trapped 45ft sperm whale dies on beach in Norfolk after injuring tail

A 30ft 20-tonne sperm whale has been discovered on a Norfolk beach. The whale was one of four seen swimming off Hunstanton. The three remaining whales appeared to swim away to safety but this one became stranded beneath the cliffs at the popular Victorian seaside resort.A 45ft sperm whale weighing around 30 tonnes has died after getting stuck on a beach.
The whale got stuck beneath the cliffs at Hunstanton, Norfolk, injuring its tail on Friday just hours before low tide.
A second whale managed to free itself and swim away to safety with the rest of the pod.
"It was obviously a very distressing scene earlier. We would ask the public to stay away from the beach."
Richard Johnson, senior maritime operations officer for the Maritime and Coastguard Agency
It is quite rare for whales of this size to come so close to the coast and -read more -http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/earth/wildlife/12117169/Trapped-45ft-sperm-whale-dies-on-beach-in-Norfolk-after-injuring-tail.html

Jim (Eleiah) Peltier Ph.D. Energy Healing, Intuitive Readings, Counseling Professiona-lan article


 I am joyful that we are connected on LinkedIn and I hope that you get a chance to check out my website.http://www.eleiah.freeservers.com There are many wonderful things on my website that are Free such as. Free Healing Moments of Sharing PDF Spiritual Development 1 PDF downloadable Several Meditations MP3 downloadable Angelic Kofutu Symbols also downloadable You can also subscribe to my quarterly Moments of Sharing. Peace and Harmony is within each of us. Jim Peltier/Eleiah

Wednesday, 20 January 2016

North Devon Firefly Faery Fayre & Ball

         North Devon Firefly Faery Fayre & Ball goes beyond celebration of Faery culture and fundraising as we are aiming for an event that recreates as far as we are able the Olde English Country Fayre with handmade crafts and clothing, acoustic music,astrological readings,food for sale,circus acts,pirates,colourful tents, storytelling etc in the daytime, while the Faery Ball in the evening features new original music with modern sound equipment and lighting also with a bar and up to date Vegetarian Feast.
WHAT AN AMAZING DAY FOR EVERYONE !!

Devon oldest dog?

https://youtu.be/UDtn1Mhclg8

How old are fairytales?


Fairytales
Fairytales much older than previously thought, say researchers
Study of fairy story origins traces some back thousands of years, with one tale dating back as far as bronze age

Illustration of Beauty and the Beast, one of the fairytales believed to date from thousands of years ago.
Illustration of Beauty and the Beast, one of the fairytales believed to d
Fairy stories such as Beauty and the Beast and Rumpelstiltskin can be traced back thousands of years to prehistoric times, with one tale originating from the bronze age, academics have revealed.

Using techniques normally employed by biologists, they studied common links between stories from around the world and found some have roots that are far older than previously known.

Durham University anthropologist Dr Jamie Tehrani, who worked with folklorist Sara Graça da Silva, from New University of Lisbon, believed the research – published in the Royal Society Open Science journal – has answered a question about our cultural heritage.

These stories have been told since before even English, French and Italian existed
Dr Jamie Tehrani
In the 19th century Wilhelm Grimm, of the Brothers Grimm, believed many of the fairy stories they popularised were rooted in a shared cultural history dating back to the birth of the Indo-European language family.

But later thinkers challenged that view, saying some stories were much younger, and passed into oral tradition having first been written down by writers from the 16th and 17th centuries.

Tehrani said: “We can come firmly down on the side of Wilhelm Grimm.
“Some of these stories go back much further than the earliest literary record and indeed further back than classical mythology – some versions of these stories appear in Latin and Greek texts – but our findings suggest they are much older than
Read more
The academic said Jack and the Beanstalk was rooted in a group of stories classified as The Boy Who Stole Ogre’s Treasure, and could be traced back to when eastern and western Indo-European languages split – more than 5,000 years ago.

Analysis showed Beauty and the Beast and Rumpelstiltskin to be about 4,000 years old. And a folk tale called The Smith and the Devil was estimated to date back 6,000 years to the bronze age.

The story, which involves a blacksmith selling his soul in a pact with the devil in order to gain supernatural ability, then tricking the evil power, is not so well known today, but its theme of a Faustian pact is familiar to many.

The study employed phylogenetic analysis, which was developed to investigate evolutionary relationships between species, and used a tree of Indo-European languages to trace the descent of shared tales on it, to see how far they could be demonstrated to go back in time.

Tehrani said: “We find it pretty remarkable these stories have survived without being written. They have been told since before even English, French and Italian existed. They were probably told in an extinct Indo-European language.”

Fairytales often have themes common to humans throughout the world and through all ages, such as family, betrayal, violence and survival, he said.

And he said we enjoy the magical element, explaining: “I think it is human nature to think about that territory about the edges of what is possible and impossible.”

Monday, 18 January 2016

Kahriq salil an article

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Sunday, 17 January 2016

GADGET TO ANCHOR TO INSIDE TO TROUSERS.

THIS HAS BEEN INVENTED BY THOMAS ECKAND ,ST.LOIUS ,AMERICA.IT HELPS TO ANCHOR A SHIRT TO INSIDE TROUSERS SO IT CANNOT BE UNTUCKED.

'Wrong kind of sun' delays trains

Trains approaching Bath Spa station have been slowed down by the mad March heat.
In a move already dubbed 'the wrong kind of sun' by some commuters, Network Rail has imposed speed restrictions on stretches of line in the west.
Operator First Great Western says the worst affected area has been between Filton Abbey Wood and Stapleton Road in Bristol, but there have also been delays in Wiltshire and in Bath itself.
The curbs – called heat speeds – have been implemented because of the effect of the spring heatwave on the tracks.


Read more: http://www.bathchronicle.co.uk/Wrong-kind-sun-delays-trains/story-15658300-detail/story.html#ixzz3xWfidHLP 
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DOGS GET EMOTIONS.

SCIENTISTS SAY DOGS USE OUR FACES AND VOICES TO WORK OUT OUR MOODS.IN A TEST  17 ANIMALS WERE SHOWN A RANGE OF THESE AND DOGS SPENT  LONGER LOOKING AT FACIAL APPEARANCE THAT MATCHED .

ARE YOU BEING SARCASTIC?

IF YOUR  AN OLDER PERSON YOU MAY HAVE LOST YOUR ABILITY TO UNDERSTAND PEOPLE BEING SARCASTIC .THIS WAS FOUND BY A STUDY ON 116 PEOPLE WHO WATCHED VIDEO,S OF PEOPLE MAKING REMARKS,90 PER CENT OF YOUNGER AND MIDDLE AGED UNDERSTOOD WHEN SARCASM WAS USED COMPERED TO 8 PER CENT OF ONLY 65 -ABERDEEN UNIVERSITY-PROF-LOUISE PHILLIPS.

TIME TO WAKE UP.

ARE YOU A HEAVY SLEEPER ,WHY YOU ASK DEAR READER .THIS IS DUE TO THE FACT YOU CAN NOW BUY THE WORLDS LOUDEST ALARM CLOCK-113-DECIBEL-CALLED THUNDERCLAP PRICED AT 22.83P.

SAD HALL .

A DERELICT HALL IN MERTHYR  TYDFIL ,SOUTH WALES HAS ONLY BEEN VALUED FOR THE GRAND SUM OF  ONE POUND DESPITE BEING BUILT BY BRUNEL-VICTORIAN ENGINEERING GENIUS.

/Glasses

Glasses, also known as eyeglasses or spectacles, are devices consisting of lenses mounted in a frame that holds them in front of a person's eyes. Glasses are typically used for vision correction. Safety glasses provide eye protection against flying debris or against visible and near-visible light or radiationSunglasses allow better vision in bright daylight, and may protect one's eyes against damage from high levels of ultraviolet light. Specialized glasses may be used for viewing specific visual information (such as stereoscopy). Sometimes glasses are worn simply for aesthetic or fashion purposes. The number of Americans who are nearsighted has doubled since the 1970s and almost 3/4 of the US population wears glasses. People are more likely to need glasses the older they get with 93% of people between the age of 65-75 wearing corrective lenses-wiki link-https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Glasses-i have worn glasses since the middle eighties for reading,long sight and i remember being  abit aware of people taking the mike out of me but soon pasted ,now have 2 pairs one is just for reading and doing computer the others are tinted due sightly sensitive to light. 

Saturday, 16 January 2016

HOLSWORTHY HELP

Holsworthy rural community transport do provide a volunteer car service (if a driver is available) for all healthcare appointments but most volunteers are outside of holsworthy town so the mileage counts from the drivers house. Always worth a call. Also a couple of taxi services up and running in the area now. Bradworthy cars and Parkers Cars. What about the Ring & Ride bus? Again Holsworthy Rural Community Transport run this. They have a wheelchair accessible minibus which offer a door to door service. They travel both to supermarkets and social trips e.g. Truro, Falmouth and lunchtrips to pubs etc. Free to join cost of trips vary from £4.50.a thank you to Esther Rowe for all the info to this plea-Do you know of anyone else in Holsworthy area that finds transport to doctors or just for a break a problem due to bus every 4 hours and no good if can not walk far or no voluntary car as only hospital trips, taxi is 7.00 pounds plus and only if can get, please contact me ghostmanraines.ps forgot to mention that my eife slong with others cannot walk very far so we and thier if had a taxi would add on waiting time plus you have to pay a 2 pound admin charge on top if use voluntary car plus 45 p per mile from thier home to yours plus journey and back that could go over 7.00 per trip alot on limited funds.plus yes may be able to if pushed go to appointments but what about the trip to give a person a break from thier daily grindnof dealing with thier illnesses.

Sunday, 10 January 2016

The things a interview

The band was inspired by a combination of punk rock from the mid 1970,sñ and 1960 garage punk rock.
...so aims to play lots of gigs and make more recordings..future plans we would like to. ...play in other countries ..we,re starting next month with a date in Berlin German

INCONTINENT GHOST.

THIS GHOST IS BELIEVED TO BE HAUNTING DUFRIES HOUSE ,AYRSHIRE,SCOTLAND.THIS IS DUE TO THE SAID GHOST MAKING THE HOUSE SMELL OF WEE,THIS STATELY HOME WAS SAVED BY PRINCE CHARLES IN 2007.

A Stripe For Frazer: BBC to release lost episode of Dad's Army as animation

Dad's Army fans will get to see a lost episode of the popular BBC television sitcom. Titled, A Stripe For Frazer, the episode will be available on the BBC Store in animated form.
The network decided to produce the episode as a cartoon after it recovered a long lost soundtrack. The episode stars Arthur Lowe as Captain Mainwaring, John Le Mesurier as Sergeant Wilson and John Laurie as Private Frazer.Dad's Army fans will get to see a lost episode of the popular BBC television sitcom. Titled, A Stripe For Frazer, the episode will be available on the BBC Store in animated form.
The network decided to produce the episode as a cartoon after it recovered a long lost soundtrack. The episode stars Arthur Lowe as Captain Mainwaring, John Le Mesurier as Sergeant Wilson and John Laurie as Private Frazer.READ MORE -http://www.ibtimes.co.uk/stripe-frazer-bbc-release-lost-episode-dads-army-animation-1536719

T-rex was an old romantic at heart! Scrape marks show fearsome theropods built 'love nests' and took part in 'prehistoric foreplay' 100 million years ago

Fearsome theropods (illustrated) may have used tender courtship displays and 'prehistoric foreplay' similar to some modern ground-nesting birds, including making nests to persuade potential suitors they would make a helpful fatherYou may think of dinosaurs as cruel, terrifying creatures with slashing claws and ferocious jaws.
But new research reveals these beasts had a much softer side. 
Palaeontologists have found evidence that dinosaurs used tender courtship displays and 'prehistoric foreplay' similar to some modern ground-nesting birds. 
This included males preparing nests to persuade potential suitors they would make a helpful father. READ MORE -http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/article-3388651/T-rex-old-romantic-heart-Scrape-marks-fearsome-theropods-built-love-nests-took-prehistoric-foreplay-100-million-years-ago.html

PLEASE MICROCHIP YOUR PET ITS THE LAW IN APRIL 6TH 2016.

IF YOU OWE A DOG AND IT HAS NOT BEEN MICROCHIPPED YOU WILL HAVE TO BY APRIL 6TH  2016 AS A LEGAL REQUIREMENT AND  IF NOT YOU CAN BE LIABLE TO A FINE OF UP TO 500.OO.AT PRESENT THE DOGS TRUST SAYS ABOUT 45 PERCENT OF DOG OWNERS.

Information About Prosopagnosia

What is prosopagnosia?

Prosopagnosia (also known as 'face blindness') refers to a severe deficit in recognizing familiar people from their face. While some people report a very selective impairment that only influences the recognition of faces, others find the deficit extends to the recognition of other stimuli, such as objects, cars, or animals. Many people also report deficits in other aspects of face processing, such as judging age or gender, recognising certain emotional expressions, or following the direction of a person's eye gaze. Finally, a substantial proportion of prosopagnosics report navigational difficulties.

How does prosopagnosia affect a person's life?

Some prosopagnosics cope well with the face recognition impairment, and develop elaborate compensatory mechanisms to help them function effectively in everyday life. For others, however, the condition has a much greater impact on daily functioning. Some prosopagnosics have reported avoidance of social interactions, problems with interpersonal relationships, damage to career, and even depression. In extreme cases, prosopagnosics may develop social anxiety disorder, characterized by fear and avoidance of social situations that may cause embarrassment.READ MORE -http://www.prosopagnosiaresearch.org/index/information

SUNFISH FOUND ON KENT BEACH

As gigantic as the ocean sunfish can be, it still seems like only half a fish.Sunfish, or mola, develop their truncated, bullet-like shape because the back fin which they are born with simply never grows.... nationalgeographic.com
    Pumpkinseed Sunfish ( Lepomis gibbosus )
  •  Fish
  •  Omnivore
  •  Up to 10 years
  •  11 ft (3.3 m)
  •  Up to 5,000 lbs (2,250 kg)
  •  School- ONE OF THESE FISH WAS FOUND AT SEASALTER,KENT WHICH IS UNUSUAL DUE TO NORMALLY ONLY FOUND IN TROPICAL WATERS.

Moon phases for London, United Kingdom - England in 2016

Moon phases for London, United Kingdom - England in 2016

LunationNew MoonFirst QuarterFull MoonThird QuarterDuration
1150      2 Jan05:3029d 15h 01m
115110 Jan01:3016 Jan23:2624 Jan01:451 Feb03:2729d 13h 08m
11528 Feb14:3815 Feb07:4622 Feb18:191 Mar23:1029d 11h 16m
11539 Mar01:5415 Mar17:0223 Mar12:0031 Mar16:1629d 9h 29m
11547 Apr12:2314 Apr04:5922 Apr06:2330 Apr04:2829d 8h 06m
11556 May20:2913 May18:0221 May22:1429 May13:1129d 7h 30m
11565 Jun03:5912 Jun09:0920 Jun12:0227 Jun19:1829d 8h 01m
11574 Jul12:0012 Jul01:5119 Jul23:5626 Jul23:5929d 9h 44m
11582 Aug21:4410 Aug19:2018 Aug10:2625 Aug04:4029d 12h 19m
11591 Sep10:039 Sep12:4816 Sep20:0523 Sep10:5629d 15h 08m
11601 Oct01:119 Oct05:3216 Oct05:2322 Oct20:1329d 17h 27m
116130 Oct17:387 Nov19:5114 Nov13:5221 Nov08:3329d 18h 40m
116229 Nov12:187 Dec09:0214 Dec00:0521 Dec01:5529d 18h 35m
116329 Dec06:53      29d 17h 14m
* All times are local time for London. Time is adjusted for DST when applicable. Dates are based on the Gregorian calendar.

My kind of cult film Sharknado

I have enjoyed and survived being eaten watching the cult films of sharknado and cant wait for the next one in series Sharknado (film serie...