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    Default Some awesome pics!

    Well, everyone can post in this thread.

    But, this post, only this post is 18+ only, and NOT for gurlz!
    Let's see what kind of person u r...

    Structures of paintings! (5 images/animations):
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    And the most impressive one:
    Male brain:
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    So.. what kind of person r u ?! :/

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    Default Re: Some awesome pics!

    The kind you are xD Awesome stuff, thanks for sharing

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    Default Re: Some awesome pics!

    I think I already posted this in this forum before.
    Not the starting and end point animation.

    The whole video is better.

    Look here: http://banglagamer.com/forums/showth...ughty+painting

    "Game after game after game, I realized what is most important of my life - FOOTBALL.."
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    Default Re: Some awesome pics!

    @Rion, You're not 18 and you're posting 18+ contents? :s

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    Default Re: Some awesome pics!

    ha ha ha.......moja paisi

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    Default Re: Some awesome pics!

    IMBA thread. Gj

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hamilton View Post
    @Rion, You're not 18 and you're posting 18+ contents? :s
    Arek source theke paisi (tao abar spoiler akare ready kore dise)... & directly post korsi... but dekhi nai....
    Ki ase content, keu bolben plz... ? Ami to 18+ na howa porjonto dekhte parbo na... :S

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    Default Re: Some awesome pics!

    Quote Originally Posted by HusH.§hanny View Post
    IMBA thread. Gj
    http://banglagamer.com/forums/showth...ughty+painting
    almost same thread I opened earlier :closedeyes:
    and u said the same almost

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    Default Re: Some awesome pics!

    Vogus thread :/

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    4 images might be posted earlier, not a big deal. What about the rest ?
    Some awesome microscope shots:

    01 – A wood or heathland Ant, Formica fusca, holding a microchip




    02 – The surface of an Erasable Programmable Read-Only Memory silicon microchip




    03 – Eyelash hairs growing from the surface of human skin



    04 – The surface of a strawberry



    05 – Bacteria on the surface of a human tongue



    06 – Human sperm (spermatozoa), the male sex cells



    07 – The nylon hooks and loops of velcro



    08 – Household dust which includes long hairs such as cat fur, twisted synthetic and woolen fibers, serrated insect scales, a pollen grain, plant and insect remains



    09 -The weave of a nylon stocking



    10 – The end of the tongue (proboscis) of a hummingbird hawkmoth



    11 – The head of a mosquito



    12 – A human head louse clinging to a hair



    13 – The eight eyes (two groups of four) on the head of a Mexican red-kneed tarantula



    14 – Cut hairs and shaving foam between two razor blades



    15 – Cigarette paper



    16 – The corroded surface of a rusty metal nail



    17 – The head of a Romanesco cauliflower



    18 – The fungus Aspergillus fumigatus



    19 – Mushrooms spores



    20 – A clutch of unidentified butterfly eggs on a raspberry plant
    Last edited by Leaving BG; February 12th, 2011 at 02:11.

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    Default Re: Some awesome pics!

    Likes the new pics .Rion don't mind for my previous comment :S.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Arif69 View Post
    Likes the new pics .Rion don't mind for my previous comment :S.
    Aare na mia...
    Visitor msg check koren..

    ---------- Post added at 01:34 ---------- Previous post was at 01:17 ----------

    Some creatures which can fly/glide



    Animals are marvelous creatures that have learnt how to flee when necessary. Just as swimming moves creatures through the water, flying moves them through the air. The use of flight takes animals to a new food source, fleeing from predators and makes possible long distance migrations. Birds have become the most evolved representatives in becoming such divine flyers, but remarkably other wonderful species have taken to the behaviour of flying. Deriving from this we can see animals with parachutes and specially adapted bodies to enable them to propel through the air.




    1. The Magical Flying Fish


    Travellers and sailors at sea are often delighted by the sight of schools of flying fish exploding from waves in short fin rattling fights. Found in warm seas throughout the world, these specialised bullet-shaped aerialists are wrapped up in bright blue and silvery white. The extra large lower lobe of the tail fin supplies power, so as soon as the fish is airborne, it cleverly spreads its folded fins stiffly to the side. The pair of front fins (pectoral) are broad, magically wing like and are almost as long as its body.


    Most flying fish skim the surface and remain airborne for only a few seconds at a time, but those that are caught by the breeze of the wind can transform into a perfect glide at a height of ten feet or more – what an amazing sight to see under the sun. When in danger and in need of escape from predators the fish drops low enough to use the long lobe of its tail fin into the water, allowing its self to vibrate its fin vigorously to build up speed and propel away from predators. The fish’s powerful tail fin my sweep from side to side in the water for up a 50 times a second.
    60 Kph is the estimated gliding speed achieved by an Atlantic flying fish.


    2. Flying Dragons of the Jungles


    Excitingly in the jungles of Southeast Asia, an insect taking flight to escape a hungry lizard may become startled when they find themselves being chased by a lizard taking the pursuit of flight after them. Leaping from a branch this flying lizard known as the flying dragon lifts the long ribs at the side of its body and stretches loose folds of skin into perfectly shaped wings. These ribs are astonishingly movable and can be stretched out sideways.
    The lizards course is a downwards slant – but can manage incredible glides of over 50 feet. Not only can this dragon fly – it can control the direction of its flight. By twisting is body it can steer itself left or right. Some flying dragons when in flight are beautiful – fanning out their bright yellow, orange and black stripped fins are a remarkable display and most certainly essential for attracting the females. With strong claws the lizard is able to safely land – grasping perfectly to a branch or tree.

    The lizards beautiful coloration can only be seen during flight and female competition. In any other circumstance the wings are kept hidden, flashing these wonders means also flashing themselves to hungry predators – a very noticeable target! Though in flight these lizards may take on the form a dragon, they are not at all in size. Ten inches long, they are small indeed compared to flying reptiles of the past where their wing span was as large as 25 feet.


    A similar species of the flying lizard is the flying gecko. Across each side of the body is two long skin flaps. These become spread out and with the assistance of webbed feet can masterfully glide from tree to tree.




    3. Flexible Colugos


    Colugos are another out of the ordinary species that can glide. Found in South-east Asia there are just two species. Out of all gliding mammals these are the most evolved and reach extreme lengths by using their most distinctive feature – membrane.
    This is skin that flexibly extends between their limbs, providing them with the ability to glide long distances. Their gliding membranes are the most advance seen, running from the shoulder blades, to the fore-paw, from the tip of the finger to the tip of the toes. This is a clever evolutionary adaption ensuring that the membranes bear a large surface area to catch the wind. This flight membrane is also essential to the Colugo’s young as they cling to this whilst being carried during flight. These share very close adaptations to the bat family, which has delivered the beliefs that these were related but in fact the colugo’s most related species are primates and share very similar features to lemurs.




    In appearance they are a mottled green or green-grey in colour wrapped in dark banding, but some handsome looking specimens are reddish. They bring such elegance to dusk portraits of forests as they glide from trunk to trunk like sheets of paper that have become lost and dancing with the breaths of the wind.


    4. Wallace’s Flying Frog



    The bright green Wallace’s frog is a unique species that wasn’t satisfied with just hopping, jumping and swimming. Also known as the parachute frog the flying frog decided to take on the travel of flight. To achieve this, the remarkable long toes of the frog consist of enormous folds of skin. It’s an incredible sight to see when the Wallace’s flying frog dares to jump out from a high place; spreading out its toes and the four webs beneath them becoming air filled parachutes. The membranes between their toes and loose skin flaps on their sides work just like the wings of a bird – catching the air as they fall as a personal guide to gliding.




    Over 50 feet can be achieved and their landing can be truly admired. With their oversized toe pads, they can land softly from despite whatever height. Other remarkable species of frog have managed to tackle the ability of flying but none are of the size of the Wallace’s flying frog. The black colour of their foot webbing is the key to distinguish the Wallace’s flying frog master.




    5. Furry flying Squirrels



    Not all squirrels scuttle about on foot collecting and hunting for nuts. The flying squirrel is an extraordinary member that is wingless but contains thin skin flaps stretching between the front and hind legs to allow them to glide gracefully from tree to tree. In flight the tail acts like a rudder – gently guiding its direction. During landing it cleverly lifts its tail and body at a steep angle so that it settles as softly as a crisp autumn leaf falling from its yearly course. Most of the squirrel’s flights are relatively short but in some extravagant cases these squirrels have cracked distances of over 150 feet – the furthest so far out of all species mentioned.



    Seeing this treasure in flight is an extremely rare event and barely ever photographed or filmed. The best place to find them is in hollow trees where they often harbour several individuals of the species. Fluffy and white on the belly and greyish brown on the back the flying squirrels of North America are as subtle in looks as they are in lifestyle. When travelling to Southeast Asia some species of the flying squirrel are very vibrant in colour and host massive bushy tails.







    So what do you think to these specialised gliders? Despite their names implying that these species can fly they are not true flyers, but in fact incredible gliders. These remarkable creatures employ wing like structures with large surface areas – acting as astonishing parachutes to increase air resistance. Impressive, agile, clever and elegant these gliding specialists are another well equipped advance species of the animal kingdom that provides human culture with ideas of, equipment (parachutes) and remarkable breakthroughs. Another wonderful marvel delivered by nature.
    Last edited by Leaving BG; February 12th, 2011 at 02:36.

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    Default Re: Some awesome pics!

    Mone hocche science class kortesi

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    Default Re: Some awesome pics!

    Nice ones....

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    vai eiguli 18+ er ki hoilo???...but anyways valo science teacher apni.......

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    Default Re: Some awesome pics!

    The new ones are good but the first ones are not encouraging


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    Default Re: Some awesome pics!

    Quote Originally Posted by Rakin the Devil View Post
    vai eiguli 18+ er ki hoilo???
    No no, only 1st post is 18+ & not for GURLZ.

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    Default Re: Some awesome pics!

    All right, so here goes the list of some of the most venomous animals in the damn earth.

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    1. Box Jellyfish




    The top prize for “The World Most Venomous Animal,” would go to the Box Jellyfish. It has caused at least 5,567 recorded deaths since 1954. Their venom is among the most deadly in the world. It’s toxins attack the heart, nervous system, and skin cells. And the worst part of it is that jelly box venom is so overpoweringly painful, that human victims go in shock, drown or die of heart failure before even reaching shore. Survivors experience pain weeks after the contact with box jellies.

    You have virtually no chance to survive the venomous sting, unless treated immediately. After a sting, vinegar should be applied for a minimum of 30 seconds. Vinegar has acetic acid, which disables the box jelly’s nematocysts that have not yet discharged into the bloodstream (though it will not alleviate the pain). Wearing panty hose while swimming is also a good prevention measure since it can prevent jellies from being able to harm your legs.

    Jelly box can be found in the waters around Asia and Australia.


    2. King Cobra




    The King Cobra (Ophiophagus hannah) is the world’s longest venomous snake – growing up to 5.6 m (18.5 ft) in length. Ophiophagus, literally means “snake-eater” as it eats other snakes. One single bite of this deadly snake can easily kill a human. This snake is even capable of killing a full-grown Asian Elephant within 3 hours if the larger animal is bitten in a vulnerable area such as the trunk.

    It’s venom is not as toxic as other venomous snakes, but King Cobra is capable of injecting 5 times more venom than black mamba and can result in mortality up to 5 times faster than that of the black mamba. It is quite widespread, ranging across South and South-east Asia, living in dense highland forests.


    3. Marbled Cone Snail




    This little beautiful looking Marbled Cone snail can be as deadly as any other animal on this list. One drop of its venom is so powerful that it can kill more than 20 humans. If you ever happen to be in warm salt water environment (where these snails are often found) and see it, don’t even think of picking it up. Of course, the true purpose of its venom is to catch its prey.

    Symptoms of a cone snail sting can start immediately or can be delayed in onset for days. It results in intense pain, swelling, numbness and tingling. Severe cases involve muscle paralysis, vision changes and breathing failure. There is no antivenom. However, only about 30 human deaths have been recorded from cone snail envenomation.


    4. Blue-Ringed Octopus




    The Blue-Ringed Octopus is very small, only the size of a golf ball, but its venom is so powerful that can kill a human. Actually it carries enough poison to kill 26 adult humans within minutes, and there is no antidote. They are currently recognized as one of the world’s most venomous animals.

    Its painless bite may seem harmless, but the deadly neurotoxins begin working immediately resulting in muscular weakness, numbness, followed by a cessation and breathing and ultimately death.

    They can be found in tide pools in the Pacific Ocean, from Japan to Australia.


    5. Death Stalker Scorpion




    Contrarily to the popular belief most of the scorpions are relatively harmless to humans as stings produce only local effects (pain, numbness or swelling). However, the Death Starker Scorpion is highly dangerous species because its venom is a powerful ~censored~ of neurotoxins which causes an intense and unbearable pain, then fever, followed by coma, convulsions, paralysis and death. Fortunately, while a sting from this scorpion is extremely painful, it would be unlikely to kill a healthy, adult human. Young children, the old, or infirm (with a heart condition) are at the biggest risk.

    Death stalker scorpions are spread in North Africa and Middle East.


    6. Stonefish




    Maybe Stonefish would never win a beauty contest, but it would definitely win the top prize for being “The World Most Venomous Fish”. Its venom causes such a severe pain that the victims of its sting want the affected limb to be amputated. It is described as the worst pain known to man. It is accompanied with possible shock, paralysis, and tissue death. If not given medical attention within a couple of hours It can be fatal to humans.

    Stonefish stores its toxins in gruesome-looking spines that are designed to hurt would-be predators.

    Stonefish mostly live above the tropic of Capricorn, often found in the shallow tropical marine waters of the Pacific and Indian oceans, ranging from the Red Sea to the Queensland Great Barrier Reef.


    7. The Brazilian wandering spider




    The Brazilian Wandering Spider (Phoneutria) or banana spider appears in the Guinness Book of World Records 2007 for the most venomous spider and is the spider responsible for most human deaths.

    This spider is believed to have the most potent neurotoxic venom of any living spider. Only 0.006mg (0.00000021oz) is sufficient to kill a mouse. They are also so dangerous because of their wandering nature. They often hide during daytime in highly populated areas inside houses, clothes, boots, and cars.
    Its venomous bite causes not only intense pain, the venom of the spider can also cause priapism - uncomfortable erections lasting for many hours that lead to impotence. who needs viagra, Mr. Green Mr. Green


    8. Inland Taipan




    The prize for “The World’s Most Venomous Snake” goes to the Inland Taipan of Australia. Just a single bite from this snake contains enough venom to kill 100 human adults or an army of 250,000 mice. Its venom is at least 200 – 400 times more toxic than a common cobra. The Inland Taiwan’s extremely neurotoxic venom can kill an adult human in as little as 45 minutes. Fortunately this snake is very shy and there have been no documented human fatalities (all known bites were treated with antivenin). LOL.


    9. Poison Dart Frog




    If you ever happen to be running through the rain forests somewhere in Central or South America, do not ever pick up beautiful and colorful frogs – it can be the Poison Dart Frog. This frog is probably the most poisonous animal on earth. The 2 inch long (5cm) golden poison dart frog has enough venom to kill 10 adult humans or 20,000 mice. Only 2 micrograms of this lethal toxin (the amount that fits on the head of a pin) is capable of killing a human or other large mammal. They are called “dart frogs” because indigenous Amerindians’ use of their toxic secretions to poison the tips of their blow-darts. Poison dart frogs keep their poison in their skins and will sicken or kill anybody who touches or eats it.


    10. Puffer Fish




    Puffer Fish are the second most poisonous vertebrate on earth (the first one is golden dart Frog). The meat of some species is a delicacy in both Japan (as fugu) and Korea (as bok-uh) but the problem is that the skin and certain organs of many puffer fish are very poisonous to humans.

    This puffy fish produce rapid and violent death..Puffer’s poisoning causes deadening of the tongue and lips, dizziness, vomiting, rapid heart rate, difficulty breathing, and muscle paralysis. Victims die from suffocation as diaphragm muscles are paralyzed. Most of the victims die after four to 24 hours. There is no known antidote, Most deaths from fugu happen when untrained people catch and prepare the fish.

    Statistics show that there were 20 to 44 incidents of fugu poisoning per year between 1996 and 2006 in all of Japan and up to six incidents per year led to death. Since Fugu’s poison can cause near instantaneous death, only licensed chefs are allowed to prepare it.


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    oh man, voi paisi...

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