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U.S. Olympic Team Tribute To Muhammad Ali

Though he hasn’t sparred in years, Muhammad Ali is still considered one of the world’s greatest athletes, and one of America’s most famous boxers. The night before the London 2012 Opening Ceremony, Team USA‘s Benefit Gala in honor of Ali premiered this tribute, made with the help of DJ Steve Porter, to the great boxer that has gone viral. The…

Fire safety audit in three urban centres

: The Fire and Rescue Services has initiated a fire safety audit in four major urban centres in the State in the aftermath of the major blaze in a commercial building in the high security zone around Read more: http://www.thehindu.com/news/national/kerala/fire-safety-audit-in-three-urban-centres/article9046418.ece?utm_source=RSS_Feed&utm_medium=RSS&utm_campaign=RSS_Syndication

The World Looks Unsurprisingly Depressing After A Mass Extinction

We are currently facing Earth’s sixth mass extinction – nice one, humans. So, researchers have looked at the world’s previous mass extinctions to catch a glimpse of what the planet’s biodiversity looks like after these cataclysmic events. It turns out, it’s unsurprisingly depressing, at least in the short-term. Mass extinctions obliterate much of the world’s biodiversity, leaving…

Simon’s Cat In ‘Scary Legs’

Adorable animated web series, Simon’s Cat, has returned with a special Halloween episode, titled Scary Legs. This time, the cat attempts advise his human friend that a creepy, or perhaps adorable, spider is still on the loose in the living room.  Happy Halloween!   Read more: http://www.viralviralvideos.com/2013/10/25/simons-cat-in-scary-legs/

Cat Enjoys Being Brushed

Fili the cat was on cloud nine as his owner brushed his hair. He threw his legs up in the air and let her gently brush every inch of his body. Read more: http://dailypicksandflicks.com/2016/06/29/cat-enjoys-being-brushed/

Evidence Of Water-Ice Found At Mars Equator

Scientists have made a surprising discovery on Mars, namely that water-ice appears to be present under the surface in some regions near its equator. The discovery, led by Jack Wilson from the Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory in Maryland, was made by looking at old data from NASA’s Mars Odyssey spacecraft. The findings are…