Son Doong (Quang Binh – Province) has a length of at least 6.5 kilometres and is estimated to be 200 metres in width and at least 150 metres in height (while its very largest chamber is an incredible 250 metres in height, enough space to accommodate 40-storey skyscrapers).
Hidden between the lines of some not very prominent news stories were reminders of how close health care and financial leadership have become in these times of continuing economic unrest after the global financial collapse/ great recession.
On Thursday 23rd June, the United Kingdom will make its decision in the EU Referendum: Remain or Leave. This series of 12 posts and an earlier post (Brexit ~ referendum ~ a few points) are an attempt to present factual information to assist with what is undoubtedly a most difficult decision about the future of our nation.
The Honda Accord 2012 – Cars auto pro
Khi xã hội ngày càng phát triển thì nhu cầu mở rộng quan hệ quốc tế ngày càng mạnh mẽ và học ngôn ngữ là một yếu tố tất yếu. Do đó mà giáo dục Việt Nam đã đưa Tiếng anh vào các trường phổ thông như một bộ môn chính được khuyến khích từ bậc mầm non, tiểu học cho đến bắt buộc ở bậc phổ thông, đại học.
The Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine 2014
The Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine 2014 was divided, one half awarded to John O’Keefe, the other half jointly to May-Britt Moser and Edvard I. Moser “for their discoveries of cells that constitute a positioning system in the brain”.
Let’s be honest, even when they’re not spinning around wildly in gale-force winds, cable cars can be kinda friggin’ scary. And whether you call it a gondola, an aerial tram, or a cableway, the fact remains: It’s still just a small box dangling from a thin wire attached to the top of a giant mountain. No big deal.
Cable cars do, however, offer spectacular views. Like, insanely gorgeous, 360-degree, panoramic views of some of the world’s most beautiful scenery. But which ones offer the most visual bang for your blood-pressure buck? Here are 10 of the world’s most captivating cableway crawls
There are now 2,325 billionaires in the world, who control a total wealth of $7.291 trillion, or 4% of global GDP. Roughly 19% of that wealth is held in cash, 5% in assets like art collections, yachts or property, and the rest is in banking and investments.