stevedmc writes: Just like about 90% of the internet world, I like watching videos. Watching videos online is pretty great. The most amazing website, YouTube is always there to bring us the latest and greatest, highest quality and biggest variety of videos to watch online. That is why, it came as no surprise to me to see my newest favorite online video.
Why would you want to take a Ramen Noodle bath and why would you make a how-to video of it. So I just HAD to find out. Turns out, the video isnâ(TM)t so much of a âoehow-toâ (although you are shown how to draw your own bath of the soup), so much as itâ(TM)s just a video of a guy enjoying lying in a bathtub full of Ramen Noodle soupâ¦
THE United Nations has been urged to launch a space mission designed to take out an asteroid threatening to smash into the Earth in 2036.
In scenes straight out of Hollywood action movie Armageddon, a group of astronauts, engineers and scientists say they are monitoring an asteroid named Apophis, which has a one in 45,000 chance of striking Earth on April 13, 2036.
A recent congressional mandate for NASA to upgrade its tracking of near-Earth asteroids is expected to uncover a host of threatening space rocks in the near future, former astronaut Rusty Schweickart said.
"It's not just Apophis we're looking at. Every country is at risk. We need a set of general principles to deal with this issue," Mr Schweickart, a member of the Apollo 9 crew that orbited the moon in March 1969, told an American Association for the Advancement of Science conference.
Mr Schweickart plans to present an update this week to the UN Committee on Peaceful Uses of Outer Space on plans to develop a blueprint for a global response to an asteroid threat.
The Association of Space Explorers, a group of former astronauts and cosmonauts, intends to host a series of high-level workshops this year to flesh out the plan and will make a formal proposal to the UN in 2009, he said.