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Mga scientists, naka diskubre ng isang misteryosong bato na kayang gumalaw mag-isa

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Ang mga siyentipiko kamakailan ay nagsagawa ng isa pang pag-aaral upang maunawaan ang misteryo sa likod ng “gumagalaw na mga bato” na natuklasan sa Death Valley noong 1948.

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Sa kabila ng lahat ng mga kadahilanan na isinasaalang-alang, wala sa mga ito ang nabibigyang-katwiran sa kadahilanan na ang Death Valley ay isang triple na banta: ito ang pinakapinit, pinaka, at pinakamababang ng Pambansang Parke ng Estados Unidos.

Ayon sa Boredom Therapy, ang mga batong ito ay pinanatili ang mga siyentipiko at geologist sa gilid.

“For more than 70 years, researchers have attempted to figure out why these special rocks are moving by themselves in long journeys across the Racetrack Playa in Death Valley. And finally, they’ve pieced together the mystery.

“Before 2014, no one had personally witnessed the “sailing stones.” In the meantime, plenty had observed thick trails behind the seemingly stationary boulders. No one knew who — or what — was responsible.”

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Ngunit matapos nilang mabuksan ang pag-aaral ng kaso at sinimulang isaalang-alang ang mga bagong kadahilanan sa tulong ng teknolohiya, ang mga taong namamahala ay nagsimulang sumulong.

“To complicate things further, the boulders could remain still for more than a decade before shifting. Eventually, scientists attached GPS trackers to the rocks to try to determine the root of the movement, but it took years for the idea and the technological capabilities to align.”

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Matapos nilang tumawid ang hangin, ang bagyo at ang algae hangga’t maaari, natapos din ng siyentipiko ang dakilang misteryo!

“The rocks themselves were pushed by the ice sheets anywhere from a few seconds to 16 minutes. Once, the group saw rocks 300 yards apart move together for about 200 ft before stopping.” they revealed.

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“So, we have seen that even in Death Valley, famous for its heat, floating ice is a powerful force in stone motion,” stated Dr. Richard Norris from Scripps Institution of Oceanography.

Ano ang masasabi mo tungkol sa kuwentong ito? Ibahagi sa amin ang iyong mga saloobin sa seksyon ng komento sa ibaba at magkaroon tayo ng ilang mga talakayan!

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Watch Uncle Roger Meet Egg Fried Rice Lady, #RiceIsLife

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Uncle Roger finally met with the Egg Fried Rice Lady in a recent upload from the channel of Nigel Ng. to finally settle the issue over ‘crimes against rice’.

The BBC Host, Hersha Patel, went viral when the Malaysian comedian YouTuber Nigel Ng., known as “Uncle Roger”, posted a reaction video with how Patel cooked rice on one of her BBC cooking video.

Many Asian people got triggered with the video of Hersha washing off cooked rice and putting it in a colander. The online community went crazy with this video if you haven’t seen it yet follow this story below.

FOLLOW THE STORY: Uncle Roger meets BBC host over ‘crimes against rice’: #RiceIsLife

The comedian started his video with an introduction that he will be meeting the “egg fried rice lady” and even made a joke that if he no longer uploads video in the next few months, the criminal to be blamed is the egg fried rice lady — Patel.

Hersha on her previous video posted on Twitter, said that she will do a Collab with Uncle Roger to prove that she knows how to cook rice hence to clear up her name that she just followed the BBC recipe that was given to her.

Initially looking at the cooked rice made by Patel, she seemed to manage to properly cook a rice.

Few minutes and the rice is fully cooked, Patel grabs again her colander and what do you think she does next that even made Uncle Roger scream “No, no, no, no, noo. nooo” many times?

Watch the video here:

What do you think about the Egg Fried Rice Lady @Hersha Patel? Was she able to redeem herself? Do you recommend her to just simply get a rice cooker instead? Share this story with your friends and what you think about this story!

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Indonesian Vlogger, does NOTHING for 2 hours gets 1 Million Views

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There’s a saying, sometimes the hardest thing to do is not to do anything at all. Well, this Indonesian vlogger defies that saying as he went straight recording himself for 2 Hours doing basically nothing yet still gets over 1 million views as of this writing.

Sobat miskin official – an Indonesian vlogger went viral with over 1 million views over his 2 hours and 20 minute video tape of himself sitting and doing nothing at all. The viral vlogger has uploaded this video on the YouTube platform and has reached the social media platforms which has caused for him to went viral.

The comedian ceaselessly stared at the camera for the entire duration of his recording, which makes it look as if doing nothing is easier than what most people think.

Sobat Miskin Official – 2 Hours and 20 minutes of doing nothing

Miskin’s channel grew with over 23,000 subscribers since the initial upload of his video on the said platform having about 16,000 comments and 51,000 likes as of this writing.

What do you think about his video? Do you think you can also stare and record yourself without nothing at all for 2 hours and 20 minutes? Share your thoughts and this post to your friends! Spread the good vibes.

Read also: Uncle Roger meets BBC host over ‘crimes against rice’: #RiceIsLife

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Uncle Roger meets BBC host over ‘crimes against rice’: #RiceIsLife

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Nigel Ng, a Malaysian comedian who is known by the name Uncle Roger, has finally met the BBC Food host Hersha Patel, whose egg fried rice video cooking guide went viral over the craze of her odd ways of handling the majestic Asian food staple – the almighty rice.

Uncle Roger posted a retweet, “Big development: uncle roger is now making a collab with egg fried rice lady @hershapatel1,” quoting an earlier post of Patel today, July 25th.

“To all my new friends/haters @MrNigelNg and I have just had a lovely afternoon discussing my ‘crimes’ against rice… watch this space.. collab coming soon, give me a follow! #riceislife #uncleroger,”

– Hersha Patel, Tweet

Uncle Roger asked netizens to stop bullying the cook and that he revealed that he just had dinner with Patel.

“Hersha’s really good, she’s a great presenter, really funny, but don’t post anything mean on Instagram alright. Otherwise, Uncle Roger will come for you,”

Nigel Ng, “Uncle Roger” said.

“Okay, I’ll just make a quick point. I was doing a job for the BBC, presenting their recipes. I know how to cook rice! And that’s all I’m saying about that.”, clarified Patel.

Uncle Roger and Patel then told fans to wait for their upcoming cooking video, in which they would collaborate for a rice-cooking presentation—this time around, Patel promised to show how to cook rice properly in contrary to her previous viral video.

Uncle Roger along with the ASIAN rice community were disturbed the way Patel cooked the rice in the video.

Cooking rice, being one of the most common food staple in Asia, is common to be taught starting from being a kid as a basic household chore.

The reaction video of Uncle Roger went viral as it disturbed many Asian people who are well-known for their skills in cooking rice for their daily meals.

One of the most triggering part of the video perhaps was when Patel instructed to wash the cooked rice by putting it under running tap water.

“What the- what the hell?! What the hell?! Wyou running water through rice?! You’re ruining the rice! First, you use colander to dry the rice and then you put water. Then why bother drying the rice.” said the comedian.

“Who cook rice like this? How did this woman get on BBC food?! They never asked Uncle Roger. Uncle Roger teach master class on making rice,” he jested.

Uncle Roger’s viral video, which was originally uploaded on July 8 on his YouTube channel, now has grown to 2 million views on the platform while having around 8.7 million views on Twitter.

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