[SHOCKING] Why Andre Agassi show wife’s naked photo in Taiwan ? Is he CRAZY ?

Andre Agassi shows nude picture to stranger

TAIWAN – At a charity auction in Taiwan, tennis star Andre Agassi promised the highest bidder a naked photo of his wife, Steffi Graf.

In an effort to heat up the bidding on an autographed plate, he told bidders: “If you bid more than $4,000 on this, I will show you a picture of my wife on my phone, naked.”

Cheers and applause greeted his announcement.

A bespectacled man in a white shirt met the price, and Agassi kept his word.

The bidder let out an audible “Wow!” when Agassi showed him the photo on his phone.

It is uncertain whether the photo was really of the tennis star’s wife in the nude.

It is also unclear if Steffi Graf knew of her husband’s actions, and whether he will face any consequences for showing off the photo.


Sahara desert to POWER half the world by 2050

(PhysOrg.com) — A joint project by universities in Algeria and Japan is planning to turn the Sahara desert, the largest desert in the world, into a breeding ground for solar power plants that could supply half the world’s electrical energy requirements by 2050.

The Sahara Solar Breeder Project aims to begin by building a silicon manufacturing plant in the desert to transform silica in the sand into silicon of sufficiently high quality for use in solar panels. Solar power plants will be constructed using the solar panels, and some of the electricity generated will supply the energy needed to build more silicon plants to produce more solar panels, to produce more electricity…

Leader of the Japanese team, Hideomi Koinuma from the University of Tokyo, said while no one has tried to use desert sand as a source of high-quality silicon before, it is the obvious choice and will be of high enough quality.

Sahara desert project aims to power half the world by 2050
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Image credit: Diginfo TV

The Sahara Solar Breeder Project aims to begin by building a silicon manufacturing plant in the desert to transform silica in the sand into silicon of sufficiently high quality for use in solar panels. Solar power plants will be constructed using the solar panels, and some of the electricity generated will supply the energy needed to build more silicon plants to produce more solar panels, to produce more electricity…

Leader of the Japanese team, Hideomi Koinuma from the University of Tokyo, said while no one has tried to use desert sand as a source of high-quality silicon before, it is the obvious choice and will be of high enough quality.

Sahara Solar Breeder Project. (DigInfo TV)

The energy generated by the solar power plants will be distributed as direct current via high-temperature superconductors, a process that Koinuma said will be more efficient than using alternating current. He envisages a large network of supercooled high-voltage direct current grids capable of transporting the expected 100 GW of electricity at least 500 kilometers. Even if the grid needs to be cooled with liquid nitrogen, Koinuma said it could still be cost-competitive. (High-temperature superconductors operate at about -240°C.)

The Sahara Solar Breeder Project (dubbed the Super Apollo Project by Koinuma) is being developed as part of the International Research Project on Global Issues by the Japan Science and Technology Agency (JST) and Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA). The team expects to have to overcome many problems, including frequent sandstorms, the need to use liquid nitrogen to cool cables and to bury them in the sand to minimize fluctuations in temperature, and so on.

The initial aims of the research will be focused on tackling the expected challenges and demonstrating the project’s viability. Training engineers and scientists from Africa in the entire research and development process is also a goal of the project.

Another project aiming to harness solar power in the Sahara was launched last year. The Desertec Foundation aims to supply 15 percent of Europe’s electricity requirements by 2050 using high-voltage direct current transmission lines without superconductors.


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How Many Hairs are Lost Every Day?

Although hair loss is often associated with aging, it is important to realize that hairs are lost from the average human body each day. From infancy to adulthood, hair is continually growing. There are three phases hair must go through: anagen (the growth phase), catagen (the shedding phase), and telogen (the resting phase). In most cases, this cycle takes about six years to complete.

There are 100,000 to 150,000 hair follicles on your scalp, but they are not all going through the same stage of hair growth at one particular time. This means that a certain amount of daily hair loss is completely normal and not a cause for concern. In most cases, hairs are lost from the average human body and will grow back as the cycle repeats itself.

Determining how many hairs are lost from the average human body in a typical day can be difficult, however. Some experts believe daily hair loss of between 50 and 100 hairs can be considered normal, while others say up to 200 hairs are lost from the average human body per day. Anything about the 200 hairs per day mark, however, should be considered excessive.

There are many myths surrounding what is normal in regards to hair loss. Within the standard measurement, the rate of hair loss can vary based on your age as well as genetic influences. If you’re over the age of 30 and you have parents who are struggling with hair loss, you may find yourself losing more hair than the average person. One factor that does not make a difference, however, is whether or not you cut your hair on a regular basis. Cutting your hair will not make it thicker or more resilient. On a similar note, remember that wearing a hat does not cause hair loss unless the hat is tight enough to block circulation. In fact, hats are often recommended when you are outdoors because of their ability to protect the skin from damage caused by too much sun exposure.

Even though there are a number of over the counter products available that claim to be able to prevent, stop, or slow hair loss, their effectiveness is questionable. If you are concerned about losing your hair, the best course of action is to discuss the issue with your healthcare professional before deciding on a treatment plan.

Another famous question asked is :
If we lost 150 hairs today, will we have 150 less hair tomorrow?

Answer : Our hair will grow back the many hair loss the day before but people who has hair loss problem has difficulty replenishing the hair lost as they lost more hair than they can grow back on time.


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What actually caused Michael Jackson death?

Fact 1: Michael Jackson suffered cardiac arrest, a condition that can lead to death if not treated within five minutes, according to doctors.

Fact 2:Michael Jackson had reportedly been taking painkillers for several months as he struggled to get in shape for his comeback performances.

Fact 3 :He got hooked on pills like Xanax(treat anxiety and panic disorder),Demerol, morphine and painkillers.

Michael Jackson‘s death came as a shock yesterday – but to some, the real surprise was that he made it to 50.For much of his adult life, he seemed to be disintegrating before our eyes – gaunt, pale, in a wheelchair or bandaged from yet another surgery.He battled an addiction to painkillers and could barely sit up straight at times during his 2005 child molestation trial.

The London Sun said Jackson’s collapse yesterday came after injecting Demerol. The Jackson family lawyer, Brian Oxman, said he warned the pop star about his misuse of prescription drugs. “Cardiac arrest refers broadly to when your heart just no longer pumps blood,” In most cases, the heart beats so chaotically it stops functioning, leading to unconsciousness. Sometimes it gets extremely weak and quivers uselessly.

Speculation about Michael Jackson’s… mysterious death might have been caused by a lethal injection of pain-killing drugs.The British Sun tabloid reported that Jackson aides told emergency room doctors at , where he died, that the star had collapsed after an injection of Demerol – a powerful pain killing drug similar to morphine and known to carry a risk of cardiac arrest.”Shortly after taking the Demerol he started to experience slow shallow breathing,” the newspaper quoted one source as saying. “

His breathing gradually got slower and slower until it stopped.” Hospital officials haven’t confirmed that account. Jackson family lawyer Brian Oxman told CNN Jackson’s sudden death “is not something which has been unexpected….I can tell you for sure that this is something I warned about.” Oxman said Jackson had been struggling to cope with pain from several performance injuries, including a damaged vertebra and a broken leg, which had been interrupting scheduled rehearsal for his upcoming London tour dates.

“This family has been trying for months and months to take care of Michael Jackson,” Oxman said. “The people who have surrounded him have been enabling him. If you think that the case of Anna Nicole Smith was an abuse, it is nothing compared to what we have seen taking place in Michael Jackson’s life.” The singer reportedly got hooked on Demerol and morphine during his 2003 trial for child sex abuse.”It is believed he suffered cardiac arrest in his home. However, the cause of his death is unknown until results of the autopsy are known,” his brother Jermaine said. Here are some of his news and his great performance :

Video of him sending to hospital :

His Final Conference :

His Death News :

His Great Performance:


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How to become Invisible?

Even before Harry Potter learn his art of invisibility, we were, well, researching in this particular field. Evidents show scientists, spending alot of their time and work bringing the Harry Potter’s cloak invisibility skills from movie to reality.

Japanese Cloak
The optical-camouflage technology, which has been developed by scientists at the University of Tokyo, has made the invisibility cloak a reality.
First, the person who wants to be invisible (let’s call her Person A) dons a garment that resembles a hooded raincoat. The garment is made of a special material that we’ll examine more closely in a moment. Next, an observer (Person B) stands before Person A at a specific location. At that location, instead of seeing Person A wearing a hooded raincoat, Person B sees right through the cloak, making Person A appear to be invisible.

US Scientists closer to Invisibility

The UC Berkley scientist team has made a major development towards creating a cloak that is 100% invisible. The team, led by scientist Xiang Zhang, has developed a prototype material called metamaterials, which is a composite of materials like ceramic, Teflon and fiber. This material scatters visible light, with the goal of bending the light rays around the covered objects. This firstly hides the object being covered, and secondly eradicates any forms of shadows, making the object seem truly invisible. This is a major breakthrough because past experiments only test small 2D objects. This one takes it to the next level by cloaking larger 3D objects.

From my point of view, the government really has something here they could use for future missions. It could be use for both good, and unfortunately for bad purposes. On the good side, the army could now use technology like this to carry out high level undercover reconnaissance mission in enemy territories. From the bad side though, letting this slip into the wrong hands could prove to be a major security threat to the lives of future innocent citizens. Who knows, someone could even be Superman for a night or two. ( http://www.gizmowatch.com/entry/us-scientists-step-closer-towards-the-100-invisibility-cloak)


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Weather Report for Year 2080 reveal SHOCKING news

A very summaries version in point form below:

Forecasters predict that temperatures could rise by 3C to 4C, making the West Country ideal for growing crops such as grapes, sweetcorn and sunflowers.

Meanwhile, commuters in London will be left sweltering as peak temperatures spiral as high as 41C.

However, climate change impacts are predicted to be so strong that, over decades, they are easier to predict than short-term changes.

Scotland and the north of England could also benefit with average winter temperatures rising by up to 2.6C.

The picture is similar in Wales where predicted temperature rises of up to 2.9C by 2080 could make Wales a more attractive tourist destination.

In East Anglia, by contrast, average annual temperatures could rise by 4C with summer rainfall decreasing by up to 60%, making what is now the agricultural breadbasket of England increasingly arid.

London is predicted to suffer the worst with a combination of global warming and the so-called urban heat-island effect pushing daytime summer temperatures to stiflingly hot peaks of 41C by 2080, compared with a maximum of 31C now.

Hair Myths Explain

1. Cutting your hair makes it stronger or grow faster.

Bull winkle. Its hair, not a lawn. Exactly where this myth started is unknown, but is probably related to the observation of men’s facial hair. There are different kinds of hair on your face and head. Hair on your head and facial hair have different properties. Cutting your hair will only make it shorter and hairs grows almost exactly half an inch per month, no matter what you do or take.

2. Split ends can be repaired.

Sorry Charlie, not true. Split ends cannot be repaired and should be cut off immediately or they will split yet higher and do yet more damage.

3. Brushing your hair is good for it.

To the contrary, brushing your hair is very bad for your hair and the leading contributor to split ends and hair breakage. By all means groom your hair, but once it is in place, STOP.

4. Tight hats cause baldness.

This one probably started in the military where young men entering the service were required to wear hats and soon showed signs of going bald, or at least of hair thinning. This is due to coincidental timing. The age that young men enter the military is also the same age that male pattern hair loss begins. This is due to dihydrotestosterone, not hats. Hats do cause hair breakage and to a lessor degree to split ends.

5. Hair can turn gray or white over night.

What utter nonsense. This one was born in literature. What part of “fiction” did they not understand? Hair receives its color genetically and can only turn gray or white over very long periods of time. Actually the hair doesn’t turn white in as much as the hair loses color, but not over night, or even a wild weekend.

6. Pluck one gray hair and two grow back.

Folks, if this were true I would be pulling my hair out by the fist full. I need more hair and can always color the gray hair.

7. Baldness is inherited from the mothers side of the family.

More Hair Voodoo. Male and female pattern hair loss can be inherited from either side of the family and may or may not skip many generations. Male pattern hair loss usually begins at age 18 to 20 and female patter hair loss between ages 45 and 55.

8. Dandruff is caused by dry scalp.

Dandruff and dry scalp are two entirely different things. A good shampoo and conditioner will take care of the dry scalp, which is ‘flaking’. Dandruff shampoos are entirely unnecessary and inadvisable for dry scalp.

Dandruff is a serious health issue and requires medical attention and prescribed medication. The ‘flakes’ are actually oily, not dry. Very few people have actual dandruff and you would know it if you did.

9. Dandruff is contagious.

No. You already have the micro organism that causes dandruff, yours just aren’t as active. On the other hand, there are plenty of nasty things you can get from someone else’s comb or brush, so be careful.

10. Cutting your hair during a full moon makes it grow in healthier, fuller, faster or longer.

Give me a break. I am not even going to dignify this one with an explanation. Hey, if they buy into this type of earth muffin drivel, by all means, let them mark the dates on their calendar.


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