Friday, November 16, 2012
Intrepid balloon adventurist Jonathan Trappe has become the first person to cross the Alps using helium-filled balloons as his method of transport. The 38-year-old from Raleigh, North Carolina in the US, took almost 12 hours to make the historic crossing, around half of which was completed in the dark. The trained pilot, who last year crossed the English Channel using helium-filled balloons, began his amazing journey in Gap, South East France, where he filled 54 balloons with helium and took off into the night. Taking a path westward over the French Alps, Jonathan watched the sunrise from an altitude of 15,000ft.
After Belkin revealed a baby monitor that connects to iOS devices just a few weeks ago, it was only a matter of time before they took that concept up a notch with a full security camera. The company recently revealed the new NetCam Wi-Fi Camera, which uses night vision and connects to a smartphone or tablet, so you can monitor your home remotely.
A stag once boasted to about his horns its young one. “Look how beautiful and powerful my horns are! I can kill can human with these horns"
Just then they happened to hear the sound of hunters' bugle in a distance. They stag took to its heels with its young one following. When they reached a safer zone, the young one asked, “You said that you can kill any human with your powerful horns. But why did you run away at the sound of the bugle?