Mouse and cat
Last time I remember that I say something about Tom and Jerry in a cartoon. They are funny and full of enthusiasm. Now I will still say something about a mouse and a cat. They seem like them. It happens because of the Rose zuly which is a game gold used to play games.
It is the mouse that rob the game gold from the cat, but it does not know how to play the game and how to use the game gold in a correct way. So it hugs the rose zulie in its hand and do not give it to the cat, though the cat will stare at it in front of its home, the mouse will still does not ignore the cat all the time. Only looking at the game gold and thinking the way to use it.
One day, when the mouse is still thinking some way to use it, the cat come to its house and start to talk with the mouse. The cat wants to tell the mouse how to play the game for exchange for some of the rose online zulie. The mouse thinks for a while and agrees to the cat. The cat then take the mouse to a place and tells it that is the place for using the game gold. The mouse is so glad that it gives one of its game gold to the cat and then run quickly into the room. To its surprise, it be cheated by the cat, there is nothing in the room besides many cats. It is so afraid that it begins to run out. But the cats discouraged it from out. The mouse does not know what to do just bring its rose online zuly tightly. Then the cat comes in the room and laugh happily in front of the mouse. Also let the mouse hand out all the game gold, otherwise, it will let all the cats together to beat it. The mouse says the cat is contemptible and will never believe it the next time. But the cat does not ignore it and rob all its Arua ROSE zuly back.
After being cheated and robbed by the cat, the mouse soon run to home and hide in its house for several days. Those days are the most quite days for the cat, because the mouse does not interrupt it and does not rob something with it.
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We take fewer mental pictures per second.
- Recent memories run in our brains like sped-up old movies.
- In childhood, we capture images in our memory much more quickly.
- The complexities of grownup neural pathways are no match for the direct routes of young brains.
A consortium of scientists and engineers have proposed that the U.S. and Mexico build a series of guarded solar, wind, natural gas and desalination facilities along the entirety of the border.
- The proposal was recently presented to several U.S. members of Congress.
- The plan still calls for border security, considering all of the facilities along the border would be guarded and connected by physical barriers.
- It's undoubtedly an expensive and complicated proposal, but the team argues that border regions are ideal spots for wind and solar energy, and that they could use the jobs and fresh water the energy park would create.
Melting ice is turning up bodies on Mt. Everest. This isn't as shocking as you'd think.
- Mt. Everest is the final resting place of about 200 climbers who never made it down.
- Recent glacial melting, caused by global warming, has made many of the bodies previously hidden by ice and snow visible again.
- While many bodies are quite visible and well known, others are renowned for being lost for decades.
The bodies that remain in view are often used as waypoints for the living. Some of them are well-known markers that have earned nicknames.
For instance, the image above is of "Green Boots," the unidentified corpse named for its neon footwear. Widely believed to be the body of Tsewang Paljor, the remains are well known as a guide point for passing mountaineers. Perhaps it is too well known, as the climber David Sharp died next to Green Boots while dozens of people walked past him- many presuming he was the famous corpse.
A large area below the summit has earned the discordant nickname "rainbow valley" for being filled with the bright and colorfully dressed corpses of maintainers who never made it back down. The sight of a frozen hand or foot sticking out of the snow is so common that Tshering Pandey Bhote, vice president of Nepal National Mountain Guides Association claimed: "most climbers are mentally prepared to come across such a sight."
Other bodies are famous for not having been found yet. Sandy Irvine, the partner of George Mallory, may have been one of the first two people to reach the summit of Everest a full thirty years before Edmund Hillary and Tenzing Norgay did it. Since they never made it back down, nobody knows just how close to the top they made it.
Mallory's frozen body was found by chance in the nineties without the Kodak cameras he brought up to record the climb with. It has been speculated that Irvine might have them and Kodak says they could still develop the film if the cameras turn up. Circumstantial evidence suggests that they died on the way back down from the summit, Mallory had his goggles off and a photo of his wife he said he'd put at the peak wasn't in his coat. If Irving is found with that camera, history books might need rewriting.
As Everest's glaciers melt its morbid history comes into clearer view. Will the melting cause old bodies to become new landmarks? Will Sandy Irvine be found? Only time will tell.
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