Tuesday, October 27, 2009
Giuliano Stroe, a romanian child aged 5 is the strongest kid in the world guinness book.
At just 5-years-old, Romanian preschooler Giuliano Stroe isn’t even old enough for own gym membership, but the boy’s sub-human strength has landed him a spot in the Guinness Book of World Records.
Giuliano, who began lifting weights at ago two, has set a record as the “World’s Strongest Kid” after, embarking on the fastest ever 10-meter hand walk with a weight ball between his legs. Stroe and his six-pack abs evolved into a YouTube sensation — we’re talking Chris Crocker-style, baby — when his skills were showcased on an Italian TV show last summer. The Herculean kid’s parents continue to embrace their son’s bodybuilding, although it is likely very unhealthy for a child to begin weight-training at such a tender age.
Thursday, October 22, 2009
Friday, October 16, 2009
Pakistan's Largest Flag Ever. A Video that every pakistani would love to watch. Its the time when we need to get united and join hands to save our country. Long Live Pakistan.
Brave Pakistan ARMY Officer Capt Zia & Company. Lesson To Enemies. Pakistan ARMY One of The Best in The World. God Bless Pakistan. Pakistan Zindabad. Long Live Pakistan.
Watch the Ferrari 458 Italia - Gran Turismo 5 Trailer. This is the Ferraris 8-cylinder Berlinetta presented at the IAA Frankfurt.
The automobile industry has very well learned about the positive marketing effects of video games and below is the newest example.
Following Turn 10 and Forza Motorsport 3 earlier today, Polyphony Digital has relased a video showing the brand new Ferrari 458 Italia in Gran Turismo 5. Unveiled at the Frankfurt Motor Show a week ago, Ferrari’s newest road car will be present in both upcoming major console driving titles. The 458 is powered by a 4.5 liter V8 engine puttin out 570hp, no price or start-of-production date has yet been announced.
In related news, another much-discussed car shown at Frankfurt Motor Show has been confirmed to make it into GT5 as Mercedes Benz has announced that their SLS AMG coupe has joined the title’s lineup of cars
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Tuesday, October 13, 2009
Nokia’s next tablet device is designed in the same vein as their N810, albeit significantly more polished. Though it doesn’t appear to have an official name as of yet, it’s referred to internally as “N900″, “Rover”, or “Maemo Flagship”. We’ll be referring to this device as the N900 for the rest of this post, though it’s quite possible that this name will change.
The N900 is very similar to the Nokia N97 aesthetically, having a 3.5″ touchscreen above a slide-out QWERTY keyboard and many of the same design features. However, the screen of the N900 is significantly higher resolution (800×480 as opposed to 360×640) and, unlike that of the N97, does not tilt up. Additionally, the N900 does not appear to feature the navi-keys found on the slide-out layer of the N97. And, of course, it runs Maemo rather than S60.
The Kawasaki Ninja ZX-10R motorcycle represents the evolution in Kawasaki Heavy Industries open-class sportbike development. Originally released for the 2004 model year, the ZX-10R Superbike is the successor to the Ninja ZX-9R sportbike. Since inception, the Ninja ZX-10R has received two major overhauls.
Initially Kawasaki’s ZX-10 Superbike was known for its slim chassis dimensions, nimble handling manners, svelte weight and tremendous engine power output making it the sharpest, most aggressive liter-class sportbike. It was so cutting-edge that it was deemed to be almost too much for the motorcycling public. Thus in 2006 Kawasaki gave the Ninja ZX-10 its first revamp. Noteworthy changes included a more rider-friendly chassis and engine power manners as well as all-new exterior styling.
For the 2008 model year the Ninja ZX-10R received its most recent make-over consisting of a complete redesign from the wheels up. In its current iteration the ZX-10 uses the best attributes of both previous designs. The ZX10 keeps its outrageously powerful 998cc liquid-cooled Inline-Four, yet its engine power is extremely rider friendly. Likewise its agile handling traits return without comprising overall stability and control. In the styling department, the Ninja is cued heavily off the Kawasaki ZX-RR MotoGP motorcycle using sharp exterior lines, a slim tail section and a short, tucked-away exhaust.
onda just unveiled its all-new 2010 VFR1200F sport touring bike and MotoUSA got a chance to check it out at Honda's U.S. headquarters in Torrance, California.
Starting with a blank sheet of paper and highlighted by a V-4 engine and optional dual-clutch automatic transmission, Big Red calls this machine a future look into for their two-wheeled brand. Can you say: V-4 powered CBR sportbike? Who knows, but it sure makes my glands salivate. For now, here’s a look at the details on the 2010 VFR.
According to Honda, the idea was to create “a futuristic sport motorcycle for the sheer joy of riding, custom tailored for experienced hands who ride hard, ride long, ride far and ride often.” With a “MotoGP derived” V-4 engine at the heart of this mega-mileage sportbike, it features “a unique cylinder layout with rear two cylinders located innermost on the crankshaft and front cylinders located outboard.” This is said to narrow the rider interface aboard the VFR1200F.
Check out this amazing all new 2010 Honda VFR1200F bike.
Friday, October 2, 2009
A woman in Jakarta, Indonesia has delivered a 19.2-pound, 2-foot-long baby on Monday via Caesarean section. Read more on this story below!
The huge baby is said to have a cry that sounds more like a roar and a huge appetite!
The baby sets the birth weight record for a newborn in Indonesia, although it’s shy of the world record of 23 pounds set in 1879. The huge size of the baby was likely caused by his mother having gestational diabetes.
The baby’s mother named Ani thankfully didn’t have to push the gigantic baby out… can you imagine? But the c-section to deliver the child was still difficult.
“This heavy baby made the surgery really tough, especially the process of taking him out of his mum’s womb,” Dr. Binsar Sitanggang told Agence France-Presse. “His legs were so big.”
The 19 pound baby’s weight is closer to that of a one year old toddler. And in the photo taken beside a baby of normal weight at birth, he appears to be triple his size.
The huge baby boy wants to eat constantly. “He’s got a strong appetite, it’s almost nonstop feeding,” Dr. Sitanggang told the news agency.
“This baby boy is extraordinary; the way he’s crying is not like a usual baby. It’s really loud.”