Saturday, December 8, 2012

Please Like!

Hi Guys please like my friends home made video "I Like Korea" Contest!.. GAGNAM STYLE, the Durban way!://youtu.be/SDgyEh9lZKE 

I'm proud of ur'll, well done ;)



Friday, December 7, 2012

Long Time No Blog Post!

Sorry about this guys just been too busy to blog :(
     I'll try to blog at least once a week now!

Sunday, April 22, 2012

Palau seeks Security Council protection on climate change - Global Dashboard – Blog covering International affairs and global risks

Palau seeks Security Council protection on climate change 




The tiny Pacific small island state of Palau has just announced that it’ll be formally requesting protection from the Security Council on climate change and rising sea levels- and co-sponsoring a binding Security Council Resolution calling for mandatory emissions caps. 
It’s not the first time that climate change has appeared on the Security Council’s agenda (the UK tabled it last April, as we reported at the time), but Palau’s bid is different both in calling for mandatory action – and in the fact that for Palau, the security threat posed by climate change is not just more direct than in the case of the UK, but positively existential. Stuart Beck, Palau’s Ambassador to the UN, said last week:
It is the obligation of the Security Council to prevent an aggravation of the situation … Larger countries can build dikes, and move to higher ground. This is not feasible for the small island states who must simply stand by and watch their cultures vanish.
Privately, advisors to Palau admit that the Resolution is almost certain to be shot down – but they add that they’re just going to keep submitting it to the Security Council, every session from now on, until it gets debated and one day adopted, in a steadfast effort that’s almost like civil disobedience.  This is really smart politics.  Watch this coalition grow.

Wednesday, February 29, 2012

Gadget of the Month:Solar Powered Stainless Steel Blue Deck Lights


These Stainless Steel Blue Deck Lights are a great way to light up your decking, gravel areas and pathways. The lights use bright blue toned LEDs to provide illumination once dusk has fallen that are powered from eco-friendly electricity.

The Solar Powered Stainless Steel Blue Deck Lights are available in packs of 4. Each spotlight contains a single ultra bright LED situated in the middle of the light with solar paneling surrounding it. The solar paneling converts the sunlight available during the day into electricity which is stored in the batteries contained within the spotlight. Each spotlight therefore is a self contained unit which allows them to be placed as far apart from each other as desired.

Every spotlight has a stainless steel surround which provides a modern and appealing look which combines well with the blue of the light. Each spotlight measures 10 cm (3.9 in) in diameter and has a depth of 5 cm (2 in). Some thought must be given in placing the lights to ensure that the solar panel within each one receives enough sunlight during the day. The lights automatically illuminate once darkness is sensed.

The Solar Powered Stainless Steel Blue Deck Lights are easy to install and require no complicated wiring nor any long term running costs. The spotlights are a perfect way to illuminate the edges of decking or pathways to ensure added safety to those using your outdoor areas.

The Solar-Powered Blue Deck Lights are just £24.99 for a pack of 4.

Source:http://www.envirogadget.com

Friday, February 24, 2012

Quote this.....


"Strong people don't need strong leaders"
Ella Baker

Wednesday, February 15, 2012

delwynunderground's sport-star of 2011

Best Male Sport-Star of 2011
Novak Djokovic

















Best Female Sport-Star of 2011
Blanka Vlasic









Best Sport Team of 2011
Barcelona FC














Undisputed Sport Champion of 2011
Sebastian Vett

Tuesday, January 31, 2012

Creature of the month: Dutch Landrace

The Dutch Landrace goat breed is one of the original breeds found in theNetherlands and, as such, is related to other northwest European landraces. . The Dutch Landrace is a medium sized, horned breed preferably with long hair.

In 1958 the original population was nearly extinct and had decreased to only two animals. These two animals in combination with highly similar goats found in rural areas were used to create a successful breeding program. Today (1999) the population has increased up to more than a thousand animals kept by 400 members of the L.F.N.L., the Dutch Breeders Association of the Dutch Landrace. Based on an inbreeding calculation program, breeders receive annual advice concerning the best fit ensuring the lowest level of inbreeding possible. Presently the Dutch Landrace are not used commercially, apart from the herds of 60 to 120 goats kept in kept in national reserves and used to keep naturally open areas such as moors free of trees.


Thursday, January 5, 2012

The year Of change 2012


Let the year 2012 be the year of change!
Lets create a more sustainable, happier, healthier, cleaner world with new economic system in place.