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December 2, 2014

Ever Youngest Gold Medal Winner – Chelsea Flower Show

Filed under: Nature — ttwItholly @ 1:27 AM

Hugo Bugg, a Youthful champ won gold prizewinner at Chelsea Flower Show for his natural thinking of the environmental “Rain Garden”. Bugg just 27 years old owns out the garden design firm in Exeter, Devon. In 2010, awarded and crowned as Horticultural Society’s Young Designer of the year!

About Chelsea: A Concert with Bank of Canada! Nothing mean that A Place of Citified, Sustainable and Figurative” It just aims to clear all about the Global Water Issues and faces with huge trees, grasses flowers and herbaceous perennials just to protect the birds, insects and other living being with almost shelter and food!

From his speech he just says that his core hopes to make the garden entitled and inspire about the water retention and also to find out the way for to grasp the rain water.

Here are his Inventions!



November 4, 2014

Kick Start Your Way with Booty Call

Filed under: Nature — ttwItholly @ 7:16 AM

Refresh your wardrobe for every Seasonal Occasion. This autumn/ winter 2014 are all about for earthy zone. It’s all about long legged boots and you can choose from scarlet designs and haste your walk with Booty Call.



Unique Patterns of Boot Calls:

  • Rag & Bone
  • Louis Vuitton
  • Top shop Unique
  • Michael Kors
  • Fashion East – Ashley Williams
  • Alexander Wang
  • Tommy Hilfiger
  • Just Cavalli
  • Saint Laurent
  • Valentino

October 8, 2014

Highest Peak Mountain 2014 – Guinness Record

Filed under: Nature — ttwItholly @ 8:03 AM

According to Guinness Records, The Mount Everest is the highest peak in the world.  Its height peaks about 8,848 m (29,028 ft 9 in).

It was formally known as Peak XV on the Tibet. In the history of 1856 it was discovered as a world’s highest mountain by the Survey Department of the Government of India.

During the period of 1849 and 1850, it height raised up to 8,840m 29,002ft. Also it was named after Col. Sir George Everest, who served as a Surveyor-General of India. I was also proudly named by

Tibet Name: Chomolungma (Goddess Mother of the World)

Nepali Name: Sagarmatha (Forehead in the Sky)


Snapshot of Mount Everest

Name: English: Mount Everest; Tibetan: Chomolungma (“Goddess Mother of Mountains”); Nepalese: Sagarmatha (“Goddess of the Sky”).

Elevation: 8,848 m (29,029 ft) above sea level.

Location: Himalayas, Nepal-China border.

Coordinate: 27°58’60N, 86°55’60E.

Summit temperature: -20°C to -35°C (-4°F to -31°F).

Summit wind speed: Up to 280 km/h (174 mi/h); average of one hurricane every four days.


September 15, 2014

Again The Rule – Swimming Dinosaurs in Morocco

Filed under: Nature — ttwItholly @ 7:50 AM

Different colors have been used to identify the source of each bone.

Again the Rule started with the extinct dinosaurs reported by the Paleontologists, the world’s first known swimming dinosaur about 15-metre-long behemoth resembles a crocodile-like face, with a great paddling and a sail from its spine.


Suspect of the Researchers, many of the dinosaurs gone for dip may be in the form of birds, are aquatic. But it was found as the little evidence some swipe marks were been found where the foot of this dinosaur have been clawed in to a riverbed.


August 5, 2014

Disc Forming – A Double Star Eccentric Strange Planet

Filed under: Nature — ttwItholly @ 5:04 AM

The wild and weird planet forming gas discs was discovered by astronomers around the two young stars in the binary system HK Tauri. Unlike the planet in the solar system, there are many  exoplanets came to have wierd inclined orbits.

Exoplanets Forming Discs in Double Star:






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