Thursday, July 9, 2015

You Won’t Believe How Old This Woman Really Is

Pamela Jacobs, pictured here aged 29, has changed little over the years. Look at her now and her real age will shock you.


Pamela Jacobs is a beautiful woman and credits a healthy diet and lots of coconut oil for her youthful appearance. Although she actually has a grown up son in his twenties she often gets confused for her girlfriend even though she is actually 52 years old already.


Pamela says one of the secrets of looking young is smiling lots and enjoying life.

She maintains her skin by always wearing sunscreen and exfoliating every other day.

She keeps her sugar consumption to a minimum and eats a handful of almonds every day.

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Sunday, March 15, 2015

A Tributes To Best Selling Author Sir Terry Pratchett

British fantasy author Sir Terry Pratchett has died aged 66 after a long battle with Alzheimer's disease, his publisher said today.

He sold more than 85million books worldwide in 37 languages, but also waged a very public struggle with Alzheimer's disease in recent years - and was a vocal campaigner of the right to die.

The author was best known for his satirical fantasy novels set in Discworld, a flat planet resting on the back of four elephants, themselves perched on the back of a vast turtle moving through space. His death was 'entirely natural and unassisted', it was reported tonight.

Prime Minister David Cameron said he was 'sad to hear' of the writer's death, adding: 'His books fired the imagination of millions and he fearlessly campaigned for dementia awareness.'


Fantasy author: Sir Terry Pratchett (pictured) has died aged 66 after a long battle with Alzheimer's disease.


Couple: Sir Terry with his wife Lyn at the world premiere of his TV film Hogfather in London's Mayfair in 2006.



Popular: One of Sir Terry's most famous books was Going Postal, which was turned into a TV series in 2010.


Family: Best-selling author Sir Terry is pictured at home with his daughter Rhianna in 1998.



Honour: Sir Terry, pictured right after he was knighted by the Queen at Buckingham Palace six years ago.


Announcement: Sir Terry's thousands of fans on Twitter were alerted to the news of his death by a series of messages, finishing with: 'The End'. The character of 'death' always speaks in capitals in the Discworld series.


'Rest in peace': Penguin Books mourned the loss of one of the 'brightest, sharpest minds' in the world.


With the former PM: Sir Terry (left) talks to Gordon Brown (right) and Sir David Attenborough (2nd left) in 2009.


Visit: Sir Terry in 2010 in Kingwell Rise, the small Somerset town, which has Discworld-inspired road names in keeping with the town's official twinning with the fictional city of Ankh-Morpork.


Royal appointment: Sir Terry is knighted by The Queen at Buckingham Palace in February 2009.


At home: Sir Terry, who has died aged 66, is pictured in his study. His family moved to their £1.5million country manor house in Broad Chalke, Wiltshire, in 1993 and it remained their base.

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Thursday, March 12, 2015

Like The Look Of This Island?

Beautiful images have emerged of a new island that has formed off the coast of Tonga - although scientists say it could soon disappear. The photographs were taken by three men who climbed to the peak of the land mass 40 miles (65 km) northwest of the capital, Nuku'alofa. The island started forming in January after a volcano exploded underwater and then expanded creating a mile long, cone-shaped formation.


Stunning images have emerged of a new island that has formed off the coast of Tonga - although scientists say it could soon disappear.


The photographs were taken by three men who climbed to the peak of the land mass 40 miles (65 km) northwest of the capital, Nuku'alofa



The adventurers said the surface of the island was still warm and, after climbing to the highest point of its crater, they caught sight of a vast green lake which smelt of sulphur.


The island is made mainly of scoria, which is a dark coloured volcanic rock that can sometimes contain crystals. The holes in the material form when gases that were dissolved in the magma come out of solution as it erupts.


Scientists believe the dimensions of the new island are about 1.1 miles (1.8 km) by 0.9 miles (1.5km), and that it rises about 328ft (100 metres) above the sea.


Orbassano admitted that the climb was dangerous as a result of the excessive heat on the dark landscape, according to Matangi Online.


The island started forming in January after a volcano exploded underwater and then expanded creating a cone-shaped formation .


The natural beauty of the location could make it into a popular tourist attraction before the island disappears in a few months.


Gianpiero Orbassano and Branko Sugar of Nuku'alofa are pictured top of the crater rim of the newly formed island, at Hunga, Tonga.

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Friday, January 30, 2015

This Bizarre Item Really Exists (4 pics)





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Wednesday, January 21, 2015

This Is All Very Impressive (35 pics)

These people and things clearly know what they're doing.

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