This story of a young girl named Malak whose father and mother had died tragically is indeed has been an eye-opener on the plight of innocent refugee children in the many war zones around the world. The situation around the world is now even more precarious with the COVID19 pandemic which also saw the reduction of travel and aid.… [Click to read the rest] “Humanity 101: The Beautiful Malak Who Stole Our Cold Hearts”
(The crippled Fukushima Daiichi nuclear plant, conveniently situated next to the Pacific Ocean is now using the same ocean as dumping ground for radioactive waste. Image source: www.eternian.wordpress.com)… [Click to read the rest] “Environment 101: Deadly Radioactive Sea Dump”
(The smart cards that are going to be a lifeline when the internet comes down and needs someone to reboot it back to normal. Image source: The Guardian)… [Click to read the rest] “Tech News 101: Rebooting the Internet Under Attack”
Photo caption: A May 17, 2010 satellite image provided by NASA shows a large patch of oil visible near the site of the Deepwater oil spill, and a long ribbon of oil stretched far to the southeast. The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration said Wednesday that a small portion of the slick had entered the so-called loop current, a stream of fast moving water that circulates around the Gulf before bending around Florida and up the Atlantic coast.… [Click to read the rest] “Largest Oil Spill”
(Switching off the lights is a symbolic act to show that we care for the environment. Image source: http://www.greenroofs.com)
It looks like many Malaysians are also still in the “dark” when it comes to the environment and efforts being taken on the conservation
… [Click to read the rest] “Earth Hour: KL not dark enough”
SATURDAY night was the second time Malaysia participated in the Earth Hour programme.