Gaming the Life – Chengyue Plantations

December 14, 2009

Copenhagen Conference 2009 produces 41,000 tonnes of “carbon dioxide equivalent”

Filed under: Environment — lordapple @ 3:01 pm

As the UN tries to cut the carbon emissions of every nations on the planet, what about the summit’s own carbon footprint?

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December 10, 2009

Bacteria offer insights into human decision making

Filed under: Biotech — lordapple @ 5:22 pm

( — Scientists studying how bacteria under stress collectively weigh and initiate different survival strategies say they have gained new insights into how humans make strategic decisions that affect their health, wealth and the fate of others in society.

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Recycle This – Creative ideas for reusing and recycling rand

Filed under: Environment — lordapple @ 3:28 pm

A wonderful website to teach you how to recycle something normally regarded as rubbish. The late topic is how we can reuse/use up potato peelings.

December 9, 2009

A Memory of VeryCD

Filed under: Cyber — lordapple @ 6:48 pm

VeryCD IS down.

She a Chinese brilliant website offering P2P download.

We sharing music, movie, TV, PC game and so on for free.

VeryCD something called Emule in west.

While, here working as a social network website in addition.

She finally killed by China government, since no legal licence.

VeryCD IS to live forever in our heart. (more…)

December 8, 2009

Earth Checkup: 10 Signs of the Planet’s Health

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With world leaders gathering at a U.N. summit in Copenhagen to brainstorm ways to quash increasing temperatures and hold back rising seas, LiveScience takes a look at the state of Earth’s ecosystems and its inhabitants — from polar bears to us. Here are 10 signs of how well (and not-so-well) our planet is doing.

10. Arctic Meltdown

After dramatic meltdowns in recent summers that have left Arctic ice thinner than in the past, some scientists are increasingly worried about the future survival of Arctic sea ice. One recent study estimated that Arctic waters could be ice free during the summer in as few as 30 years, much sooner than previous estimates. Such catastrophic melt could reinforce the global warming trend and further imperil Arctic residents, from humans to narwhals and polar bears, which were first listed as an Endangered Species in May 2008.