Beyonce Spotted Wearing Fur after Decision to go Vegan

December 11, 2013 / No Comments

You might have read about Jay Z announcing to the world that he would stick to a plant-based diet  till dawn of Christmas day. What made more news was that wifey Beyonce also decided to support her hubby on that move. But then, the sexy singer seemed to have forgotten to take vegan to her wardrobe hours after the decision. Beyonce ...

Blackfish to the Oscars

December 10, 2013 / No Comments

So of the short list for the Oscar entries in the Best Documentary category has released. And, one of the picks is the much talked about Blackfish. This list will further come down to five and Blackfish is expected to be a definite entry. Blackfish is directed by Gabriela Cowperthwaite and centres on the captivity of killer whale Tilikum which caused ...

Gillian Anderson Poses Topless with an Eel for a Cause

December 9, 2013 / No Comments

Joining several activists’ groups’ initiative to phase out deep ocean fishing in the Northeast Atlantic is Gillian Anderson. The actress, familiar to us through her roles like Scully on TV show and The X files,  just took off her top, and made a bold call. Anderson has teamed up with BLOOM Association and Fishlove for this initiative. With her hair tied ...

Ice Box Offers Spring Sourced Water in a Recyclable Box

December 6, 2013 / No Comments

In a bid to provide an eco-conscious and healthy product for families, Ice Box is offering to customers fresh, safe, and eco-friendly water packaged sustainably at the source of a fresh spring. The realization that a family would have health, value, and convenience as the most important factors in mind while shopping for food, has prompted the company to come ...

Innovation in the Travel Industry is Growing

December 4, 2013 / No Comments

The use of renewable energy is increasing in many industries, including the travel industry. Renewable power is expected to increase by 40 percent within the next five years. While the different types of renewable power, such as wind and solar power, is still much less than traditional energy sources, the travel industry has found many ways to incorporate these energy ...

Unbelievable Act of Nature as Ice Shove Video Goes Viral

December 4, 2013 / No Comments

Sometimes you see an unbelievable act of nature like a flimsy straw embedded in hard oak or a house picked up by a tornado and set down a mile away without disturbing the china on the dining room table.  I couldn’t actually believe it when I saw this video. [caption id="attachment_15823" align="alignnone" width="500"] Ice shove in Barrow, Alaska[/caption] It is a documented ...

Volvo Self-Driving Cars in the Offing

December 4, 2013 / No Comments

Swedish auto giant Volvo will join the race to develop self driving cars very soon. Volvo said that as a part of the pilot project it is building 100 self driving cars. Volvo, which is currently owned by a Chinese company, said on Monday that it will test its autonomous cars for 30 miles on some roads of Goteborg, a city ...

NIMBY Going Strong In Devon Kills Wind Farm Plans

December 3, 2013 / 1 Comment

It appears that a really bad case of NIMBY has infected Devon (a.k.a. Devonshire), England. NIMBY, commonly known as Not In My Back Yard Syndrome, is the most likely explanation for the death of a planned wind farm off the coast of this county located in the southwest part of England. RWE Innogy had planned to construct a 240-tower wind farm ...

Endangered Species ‘Red List’ Updated

December 3, 2013 / No Comments

The “red list” for the threatened species has been updated by the International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN). The list looks like good news for certain species and bad for others. The Okapi or forest giraffe has some bad bad news on its way. The animal with stripes on its legs, like those of a zebra is found in Democratic ...

Fireclay to Recycle Your Cathode Ray Tubes

December 2, 2013 / No Comments

Fireclay Tile, a California-based ceramic tile company that made news before by recycling and making tiles out of volcanic lava, trashed toilets and even waste glass from the solar industry, is now all set to recycle the cathode ray tube (CRT) of your age old television box. The bulky, old CRT’s were are being replaced by the flat screens and plasma ...