Journey in Life: 11/25/14

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Tuesday, November 25, 2014

Sập nhà vì nổ bể phốt

nổ bể phốt làm sập tòa nhà, 15 người bị thương, lý do một người đàn ông đốt rác gần đó, nên bùng nổ khí methane...

Cụ ông 72 tuổi gây bão làng thời trang nữ

Trong khi những cụ tuổi 70 khác ngày ngày rèn luyện Thái Cực Quyền và chơi mạt chược, thì ông Liu Qianping lại được cả thế giới biết đến nhờ làm người mẫu diện những bộ quần áo rực rỡ dành cho các thiếu nữ đôi mươi.

nhiều thiếu nữ còn thèm muốn có đôi chân của ông lão :)

Liu Xianping, has been posing for his granddaughter's (cháu gái) female fashion store on Tmall and has become an Internet sensation (náo động, giật gân). Though most of the clothes Liu has been modeling for are more of the tiny (nhỏ xíu), sweet and cute teen girl style with rosy shades (kính râm), laces (đăng ten) and ribbons, the 72-year-old totally pulled things off (làm trọn). His signature (chính, đặc sắc) piece so far seems to be color tights and thigh (đùi) stockings (tất dài). Liu's confidence in front of the camera and his long pair of skinny (xương xẩu) legs are the envy (thèm muốn, ghen tị) of many girls. Netizen Satsuki sighed: "He has such a good figure, especially those legs!"

Lướt sóng điêu luyện

Chris Bryan shot this incredible footage using The Phantom Flex, Phantom Miro M-320S and the new Phantom 4K Flex with Arri Ultra prime lenses. The cameras were used inside Chris’s custom underwater housings.

The audio track is Hans Zimmer’s wildly popular song, Time; which is frequently used for anything epic. The opening sequence is killer!

1.200 công nhân đổi đường ray từ trên mặt đất xuống đường hầm chỉ trong 1 đêm

Last year on March 15 the platforms (sân ga) for the Toyoko Line at Shibuya Station moved from the second floor to the fifth floor basement, ending the 85-year history of above-ground operations. The event drew large crowds of train aficionados (chuyên gia) and their cameras who gathered in hordes (đám đông) to bid farewell to the very last train.

Over at neighboring Daikanyama station change was also afoot. When the last train rolls into the station it's usually quiet with the exception of a few drunk salarymen stumbling home. But on this particular night the station was buzzing with activity.

The train tracks had to be shifted several feet down to accommodate the new underground line. And 1.200 workers were standing by waiting, in a massive coordinated effort, to relocate the entire span of train tracks before the 1st train would roll in at 5:00 AM. They had just 4 hours.

The video above is astonishing for its magnificent (cừ, chiến) feat (kỳ công) of engineering but also collective chaoticness (hỗn độn).

Thiết bị bay cứu thương không người lái

This drone equipped with a defibrillator (máy khử rung tim) could save lives in the future

Sách lật tí hon độc đáo ở hội chợ sách Nhật Bản

Give me all of these cool flipbooks asap

Nữ tay trống cự phách

Senri Kawaguchi is only 16 years old and she's killing it on the drums

Các bức ảnh từ phi thuyền Rosetta and Philae

On 12 November 2014, the ESA's Rosetta mission landed its Philae probe  (thăm dò) on a comet (sao chổi), the first time in history that such a feat (chiến công) has been achieved. Rosetta was launched on 2 March 2004 and travelled 6.4 billion kilometres through the Solar System (Hệ Mặt trời) before arriving at the comet on 6 August 2014.

The landing site, named Agilkia and located on the head of the bizarre (kì lạ) double-lobed object, was chosen just six weeks after arrival based on images and data collected at distances of 30–100 km from the comet. Those first images soon revealed (làm lộ ra) the comet as a world littered  (rải rác) with boulders (đá tảng), towering cliffs (vách đá) and daunting precipices (vách đứng) and pits, with jets of gas and dust streaming from the surface.

Over the next 2.5 days, the lander will conduct its primary science mission, assuming that its main battery remains in good health. An extended science phase using the rechargeable secondary battery may be possible, assuming Sun illumination conditions allow and dust settling on the solar panels does not prevent it. This extended phase could last until March 2015, after which conditions inside the lander are expected to be too hot for it to continue operating.

Below you will find a gallery of some of the most amazing images already taken to date by both Rosetta and its lander, Philae; including the first ever image taken from the surface of a comet.

All photograph by ESA/Rosetta/Philae/CIVA

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