Omar Ghanem Founder/CEO of Natural Geo-Team Society decieded to let Omar Youssry Founder of Paparazzi Club manage and coordinate the 2nd Episode of NGT's new Arabic Webseries "messages"
Omar Ghanem said " it's great having Omar Youssry as a Cooridnator for this episode. and i am sure that he will do great in Managing it "
Omar Youssry also said to NGT that he is happy for working with NGT for the 1st time on this project and he is really impressed with the idea of the 2nd episode that's why he decieded to accept Ghanem's offer to be a coordinator for this Episode.
soon..NGT will start uploading the 1st three episodes of the web series on it's Official Youtube Channel.
عمر غانم أحد مؤسسي
والمدير التنفيذي لهذه الجمعية . عرض على عمر يسري مؤسس نادي
ان يكون المسئول عن الحلقة الثانية ل برنامج رسائل وأن ينظمها
علق عمر غانم على ذلك قائلا "سعيد بوجود عمر يسري معنا كمنذم لهذه الحلقة "
عمر يسري علق ايضا قائلا انه سعيد بعمله مع
لاول مرة على هذا المشروع وانه معجب كثيرا بفكرة الحلقة الثانية من برنامج رسائل لذلك وافق على عرض عمر غانم
قريبا جدا ستقوم
بتنزيل أول ثلاث حلقات على موقعها الخاص على اليوتيوب
Natural Geo -Team
بعمل فيلم قصير لرفع مستوى الوعي عند الناس تجاه مشكلة القمامة الملقاه في الشوارع والعمل على انهاء هذه المشكلة.
"ابدأ بنفسك .. وحافظ على منطقتك"
قال عمر غانم أحد مؤسسي Natural Geo Team
انه سعيد جدا برد فعل الناس الإيجابي نحو الفيلم وسعيد إن هناك كثير من الناس التي تأثرت به و أنه سيقوم بعمل هو وعمرو وعلي نابغ مؤسسي Natural Geo -Team حملة لنشر الوعي بين الناس تجاه هذه المشكلة ومن المقرر البدء في هذه الحملة في شهر يوليو المقبل
Natural Geo-Team made a Short movie in the 4rth of June 2012 to raise awareness about one of the major problems in Egypt which is the
.problem of throwing garbage in streets
Omar Ghanem, Founder of Natural Geo-Team says that he is very happy from the comments of the people who watched the movie and he is happy that this short movie inspired a lot of people. Natural Geo-Team decieded to start a campaign to raise awareness towards this problem and the campaign will start in July 2012
A two-inch-long (five-centimeter-long) black venomous new species of Giant wasps
are shrouded in mystery as all of the wasp specimens caught so far have been dead.
Female M. garuda wasps look like most other wasp species, but the males grow long, sickle-shaped jaws.
The males' flattened faces and large, spiked jaws may be clever adaptations to protect a nest that contains vulnerable larvae.
Scientists have captured a "supergiant" crustacean in waters seven kilometres (4.5 miles) deep off New Zealand, measuring 10 times the normal size of related species.
Another amphipod, which was filmed by the expedition but not captured, was an estimated 34 centimetres long.
One of the world's most popular file-sharing sites was shut down, and its founder and several company officials were accused of facilitating millions of illegal downloads of films, music and other content.
A federal indictment Thursday accused Megaupload.com of costing copyright holders at least $500 million in lost revenue. The indictment was unsealed one day after websites including Wikipedia and Craigslist shut down in protest of two congressional proposals intended to make it easier for authorities to go after sites with pirated material, especially those with overseas headquarters and servers.
The New Year's countdown to the moon has begun.
NASA said Wednesday that its twin spacecraft were on course to arrive back-to-back at the moon after a 3½-month journey.
"We're on our way there," said project manager David Lehman of the NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory, which manages the $496 million mission.
The Grail probes — short for Gravity Recovery And Interior Laboratory — won't land on the lunar surface. Instead, they were poised to slip into orbit to study the uneven lunar gravity field.
Grail-A was scheduled to arrive on New Year's Eve, followed by Grail-B on New Year's Day.
Lehman said team members won't celebrate until both probes are safely in orbit.
It's been a long voyage for the near-identical Grail spacecraft, which traveled more than 2½ million miles (3.22 million kilometers) since launching in September. Though the moon is relatively close at about 250,000 miles (402317.35 kilometers)away, Grail took a roundabout way to save on costs by launching on a small rocket.
Astronomers using NASA's Kepler mission have detected two Earth-sized planets orbiting a distant star. This discovery marks a milestone in the hunt for alien worlds, since it brings scientists one step closer to their ultimate goal of finding a twin Earth.
"The goal of Kepler is to find Earth-sized planets in the habitable zone. Proving the existence of Earth-sized exoplanets is a major step toward
achieving that goal," said Francois Fressin of the Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics (CfA).
The paper describing the finding will be published in the journal Nature.
The two planets, dubbed Kepler-20e and 20f, are the smallest planets found to date. They have diameters of 6,900 miles and 8,200 miles -- equivalent to 0.87 times Earth (slightly smaller than Venus) and 1.03 times Earth. These worlds are expected to have rocky compositions, so their masses should be less than 1.7 and 3 times Earth's.
The evolution of flight took longer than previously thought with the ancestors of modern birds "rubbish" at flying, if they flew at all, according to scientists.
Archaeopteryx, the theropod dinosaur believed to be the earliest bird, was discovered 150 years ago but debates about how flight evolved still persist. The
two theories are that flight evolved in running bipeds through a series of short jumps or that Archaeopteryx leapt from tree to tree using its wings as a balancing
Dr Robert Nudds at The University of Manchester is carrying out a series of biomechanical investigations to shed light on the subject with his colleague Dr Gareth Dyke at University College Dublin.
They found that the dinosaur feathers' much thinner central stem (rachis) must have been solid or they would have broken under the lift forces generated
during flight or by gusts of wind. This solid structure is very different to modern birds, whose rachises are broader, hollow straws. If the dinosaurs' feathers had had hollow rachises, they
would not have been able to fly at all.
These are images of specimens of Paedophryne dekot (A) and (B), and P. verrucosa (C), and (D). (Credit: Photos by Fred Kraus)
Field work by researcher Fred Kraus from Bishop Museum, Honolulu has found the world's smallest frogs in southeastern New Guinea. This also makes them the world's smallest tetrapods (non-fish vertebrates). The frogs belong to the genus Paedophryne, all of whose species are extremely small, with adults of the two new species -- named Paedophryne dekot and Paedophryne verrucosa -- only 8-9 mm in length.
The study was published in the open access journal ZooKeys.
Illustration courtesy Henry Tsai, University of Missouri.
A new prehistoric croc sporting an odd head "shield" has been found in Morocco.
At 30 to 35 feet (9 to 11 meters) long, the river-dwelling monster would have preyed on other giant animals of the late.
Justin Teoh, an Internet markter,Speaker and Mentor officialy joined Natural Geo-Team as an internet marketer and a Narrator/VO artist
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welcome aboard Justin Teoh !