Cornell University Power Plant
Cornell University has been trying to lessen their carbon emission for years. With combined heat and power plant, they were able to successfully achieve their goal.But it seems they are trying to protect it from others by having their location blurred on Google Earth.
Minami Torishima Airport, Japan
This one runway airport was a military airstrip which was controlled by the United States until 1993. It was turned over to the Japan Maritime Self-Defense Force in 2009, including all the secrets that is hidden from Google Maps.
Colonel Sanders EVERYWHERE
Probably one of the oddest addition on the list, but actually the most logical one. Since Colonel Sanders is an actual person, Google Maps’ policy clearly indicates that the face should be blurred. Not much of a mystery here.
Keowee Dam, South Carolina
This dam helps run a nuclear power utility which many of its critics fear failing like the Fukushima Nuclear Power Plant in Japan. Perhaps the map was blurred to prevent paranoid over thinkers to check the dam every five minutes.
Baker Lake, Nunavut, Canada
Conspiracy theorists claim that the black strip over Baker Lake hides alien beacons the government is trying to hide from us.
Viral Commercial: Animal Shelter’s Low-Budget Cat Ad Is Purr-fectly Funny!
I absolutely love this ad – like fur real!
With the right amount of creativity, it’s really not impossible for a commercial to go viral online – even if you only have a limited budget to produce it. Take it from Furkids, an animal rescue organization in Atlanta, Georgia, that recently scored a viral hit with a short but genuinely funny cat commercial.
The video stars Paul Preston going around the animal shelter, endorsing the cats to potential owners using the approach of a used car salesman.
His ‘marketing pitches’ are absolutely hilarious that even the staff filming the ad couldn’t help but chuckle in the background. ...
Statisticians Have Figured Out The Best Place To Hide During a Zombie Apocalypse
Do you know where to go should the undead arise?
If a zombie apocalypse indeed happens, where would you run first? Would you go to a mall where there are lots of food and clothes? Or would you rather run for the nearest prison, where the thick, concrete walls and the cold, steel bars can keep the brain-munching zombies off?
The above-mentioned options don't sound so bad, do they? Just think of all the important amenities and fancy clothes that can be found in a mall and the guns and ammo that are stored in the armory of a prison. Sounds promising, right?
Do you have any idea where to hide should they come for you?
New Study Reveals How Long Humans Can Survive a Zombie Apocalypse
Just how long can humans survive?
Physics students at the University of Leicester in the United Kingdom calculated how long humanity can last in the event of a zombie apocalypse, and the results are far from promising.
According to studies published in the student-run Journal of Physics Special Topics, only fewer than 300 humans will remain alive 100 days after the much-feared apocalypse, with humans being outnumbered by the flesh-eating corpses at 1 to 1,000,000. And mind you, those figures aren't just for the UK - they're talking about the entire planet.
Zombies will rapidly outnumber the human population.
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