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Selena Gomez Uses Justin Bieber's Voicemail in "Love Will Remember"

There are millions of Beliebers who would happily relinquish their first born in order to receive a voicemail like this from Justin Bieber:<p><i>"Hey babe,</i> …

Kevin and Danielle Jonas are Making the First Jonas Baby!

Time to dust off the celebratory pom poms and cheer on Kevin and Danielle Jonas: <b>They're having a baby!</b><p>Like any normal modern-day celebrity, …

Squito: A Throwable Panoramic Camera Ball that Captures 360° Aerial Shots

Boston-based artist and inventor Steve Hollinger has just been granted a second patent here in the United States for his Squito invention, a ball …

Why Can't Danica Patrick Have It All?

This article is from the archive of our partner .<p>Danica Patrick has been driving race cars very fast and competing and beating the boys for years …

Rice, Denmark (j)

http://designdautore.blogspot.it/ Rubber #Duck Sea In 1992 a shipping container filled with rubber ducks was lost at sea. Over 28,000 rubber duckies fell overboard on their way from Japan to the United States. Imagine thousands of rubber ducks floating on the ocean. Many of them have since washed up on the shores of Hawaii, Alaska, South America, Australia and the Pacific Northwest. Others have been found frozen in Arctic ice and made their way to Newfoundland and Scotland. How wonderful to find a rubber duck on shore one day! Perhaps what is more interesting and the key point of this story is it is believed there are over 2,000 of them are caught up in the currents of the North Pacific Gyre. The Gyre is a vortex of water that stretches between Japan and southeast Alaska. It is a vast churning area of water that holds anything that comes into it in a whirlpool for years if not forever. Now imagine thousands of rubber ducks churning around and around in a whirlpool of water for over 20 years.

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