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Anonang, BOHOL – Right after the October 15 earthquake that laid waste to much of Bohol, residents of this remote northern barangay noticed a long earthen wall that suddenly appeared in their community.

A team of state volcanologists confirmed Monday night that the newly formed natural structure represents a previously unknown fault that triggered the magnitude 7.2 earthquake.
 
“When we saw it, eureka! This is it,” said Dr. Teresito Bacolcol, the scientist who led the Phivolcs team on Monday to check out sightings of the lengthy earthen wall, which turned out to be the “face” of a fault that currently does not exist on the active fault map of the Philippines.







read more=>http://www.gmanetwork.com/news/story/331860/news/regions/eureka-fault-that-triggered-quake-discovered-in-northern-bohol

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Lifestyle, Culture and Arts / Feel Good Song for Bran
« on: September 09, 2013, 09:47:34 PM »
@ Bran, Lorenzo you should check this out!!
The lyrics are so uplifting!!:)



Searching for a day, a simple life
Among the clouds, the sky is blue
Water, stars falling around at night

My dream, your dream
Dreams come true,
Trying hard

Always follow what's in your heart
Always listen to what's inside
Always fly high & don't come down
And don't come (down)

Don't push yourself far over the limit
Push your mind ahead with your spirit
Push it to where you never thought you
could go right
And never come down

You run away from a very stressing life
And take some time to think of you
Try to change the color of your life

My dream, your dream
Dreams come true,
Trying hard

Always follow what's in your heart
Always listen to what's inside
Always fly high & don't come down
And don't come (down)

Don't push yourself far over the limit
Push your mind ahead with your spirit
Push it to where you never thought you
could go right
And never come down

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Anonymous Diary Blog / Miracles Do Happen
« on: September 08, 2013, 11:25:58 PM »
Hi mga ates and kuyas:)

It's been a while,, I am back from that shocking AVM rupture , brain surgery, rehab, and I'm perfectly normal. asin it only seemed like a headbump. THanks God:)

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Philippine Business News / better late than NEVER cliche
« on: October 06, 2012, 03:04:36 AM »
Looool karon rako kachance og balik dre. Spent time cge pangukay og thread or something at least mentioned.. But seems like nobody remembered? I miss the days of e-flowers, cards and greetings.  heartfelt virtual friendship.

Anyhoo Kuya mike belated happy birthday atong last week pa september 27. Hope u had a blast from both worlds.

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Technology / Windows 8
« on: August 15, 2012, 06:20:14 PM »
Just a very quick update mga ates and kuyas.

Windows 8 Beta is now available for download and installation.

Major visible change in 8?, No start button. :d love it.

Here's a sample image of Windows 8 desktop interface.

windows-8-consumer-preview-start-screen - Show Posts - kiamoy

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Philippine Business News / Breaking news!!
« on: August 14, 2012, 08:02:13 AM »
GWAPA KO!!!! ang magbuot maot! :D



Hi peps!

Namingaw ta mo! :D

Thank you and good morning!

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Anonymous Diary Blog / Will Visit Bohol this 2/18-219
« on: February 11, 2012, 02:14:23 AM »
cyaaaaaaaaaaa mga ate and kuya

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Anonymous Diary Blog / Why NASA Never Went Back To The Moon?
« on: October 22, 2011, 04:22:13 AM »
 ??? why

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Anonymous Diary Blog / Why NASA Never Went Back To The Moon?
« on: October 22, 2011, 04:20:36 AM »
why?

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USA and Canada / Police: Fla. teen killed parents, then had party
« on: July 20, 2011, 03:10:31 AM »
WEST PALM BEACH, Fla. — A neighbor said the Tyler Hadley she knew was the one who played basketball in the driveway with his dad — not the one accused of bludgeoning his parents to death with a hammer and then throwing a party while their bodies lay hidden in the master bedroom.

Police said dozens of people attended the party advertised on Facebook, apparently unaware of the bloody scene locked away in the house.


http://www.deseretnews.com/article/700164217/Police-Fla-teen-killed-parents-then-had-party.html?s_cid=rss-5

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Philippine Provinces / Coral reefs twice size of Manila destroyed
« on: May 28, 2011, 08:49:59 AM »
Manila (Philippine Daily Inquirer/ANN) - The crime was described as "the rape of the ocean."
 
Poachers decimated an entire "reef complex"--almost twice as big as Manila--off the coast of Cotabato province when they harvested more than 21,000 pieces of black coral and killed 161 endangered turtles and other marine life, officials said.
 
One of the turtles killed was a male aged 80 to 100 years old.
 
Bureau of Customs officials intercepted the contraband two weeks ago and recovered 134 bundles, or 21,169 pieces, of "sea fan" black corals and 15 bundles, or 196 kilograms, of "sea whip" black corals.
 
"The Moro Gulf and the Sulu Sea off Cotabato are supposed to be unexplored reef areas but with this collection, we can see that they have also been disturbed," said Ludivina Labe, a senior marine biologist of the Bureau of Fisheries and Aquatic Resources (BFAR).
 
"It's like a forest that has been cut down," Labe said. "One reef complex was decimated."
 
Labe spoke with reporters during the turnover of the seized black corals, dead sea turtles and 7,300 pieces of sea shells to officials of BFAR and the Department of Environment and Natural Resources at the port of Manila.
 
2 container vans
 
Customs Police Director Nestorio Gualberto said wildlife trader Exequiel Navarro, consignee of the contraband, appeared at his office on Tuesday and indicated that he was prepared to identify the financier of the project and the people who harvested the corals.
 
Gualberto said the contraband was concealed in two container vans and declared as rubber.
 
Only two or three colonies of black corals-each represented by a piece of black coral-are found in one hectare of sea bed, Labe explained.
 
With 21,169 black coral pieces recovered, this could mean that the area harvested could be as big as 7,000 hectares, or an area almost twice the size of the city of Manila.
 
"These web-like colonial organisms are not lush or bushy. They're found on reef walls or reef slopes. One piece is equal to one colony," Labe said.
 
"One piece of black coral is not just one organism. There are thousands of other organisms who live there," she added.
 
35m-peso contraband
 
Theresa Mundita Lim, director of the DENR-Protected Areas and Wildlife Bureau, said one of the turtles killed measured 40 inches and was aged "80 to 100 years old."
 
"There were also small ones who were only juveniles or just 4 years old," Lim said.
 
"This is saddening because we have reduced this illegal trade and now we catch something as big as this," she added.
 
Environment officials said some of the contraband could be given to marine biology schools while the black coral, although already dead, could be returned later to the sea.
 
Customs Commissioner Angelito Alvarez said the seized goods had a market value of "at least 35 million pesos (US$804,000)."
 
The World Wildlife Fund estimates that the "economic cost over a 25-year period of destroying one kilometer of coral reef is somewhere" between $137,000 and $1,200,000.
 
"It took 25 years or even more for these corals to grow like this. They grow only one centimeter a month," Labe said.
 
Exotic jewelry
 
The Convention on the International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora has banned the harvesting of black coral but the practice continues.
 
"(The illicit trade) is being fueled by the demand of the multibillion-dollar marine ornamental industry for exotic decorative species and the increasing popularity of coral-accented jewelry and fashion accessories," Alvarez said.
 
"While the Bureau of Customs does not have the means to serve as a first line of defense against the so-called plunderers of the marine ecosystem, we are determined to play the role of a deterrent by making it unprofitable for illegal wildlife traders to move their prohibited cargoes through our air and sea ports," he said.
 
"Nobody should profit from the rape of the ocean," Alvarez added.
 
The Fisheries Code of 1998, which bans gathering and selling corals, punishes violators with imprisonment from six months to two years and a fine from 2,000 pesos ($46) to 20,000 pesos ($459).


http://ph.news.yahoo.com/coral-reefs-twice-size-manila-destroyed-071002394.html

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Basketball | NBA-PBA / Idol!!!
« on: May 26, 2011, 11:37:31 PM »
Derrick-Rose-1 - Show Posts - kiamoy

DERRICK ROSE!!! go for 7th game :)

tungod ni Rose  nibalik jud ko tan aw NBA since Pistons's Hamilton 32.

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Music and Video / Rockeeteer by Far East Movement
« on: May 26, 2011, 10:45:31 PM »


one of `em is Pinoy :D

I LOVE THIS SONG!!!

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General Topic / Ancient Aliens Series on History Channel
« on: May 26, 2011, 07:35:13 AM »
Who's watching this?   ;)

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Question and Answer / What's Inside Your Emergency Backpack?
« on: March 18, 2011, 07:44:08 AM »
what if... do you even have an emergency backpack?

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Philippine Provinces / 7 Dead in Tacloban City Landslide
« on: March 18, 2011, 04:30:45 AM »
Alas-2 ng madaling araw nang naramdaman ng mga residente ng Barangay 97, Cabalawan Tacloban City ang pagguho ng lupa sa kasagsagan ng ulan.

Kaninang umaga, tumambad na nga sa kanila ang gumuhong lupang nakatabon na sa bahay ng pamilya Jordan.

Patay ang 7 miyembro ng pamilya nang mabaon sa putik.

http://www.abs-cbnnews.com/video/nation/regions/03/17/11/7-dead-tacloban-city-landslide


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General Topic / Talks of the World's End and the Likes. Sickening.
« on: March 18, 2011, 04:24:47 AM »


It has happened before. People just weren't aware of the intensity and immensity of the damages because it wasn't like it is now. We are in the digital age and we get to have updates real-time all over.

I'm kinda annoyed with this end-of-the-world talks. Oh wait. End of the world started B.C. anyway. Bother.

(re-posting on what I posted on another thread.)

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Health and Food / Avoid slimming tea with Senna leaves
« on: October 14, 2010, 02:45:52 AM »
Many people drink tea made from Senna leaves because they believe it speeds up their metabolism for weight loss purposes. The Senna, in fact, is causing you to lose water weight because of the constant and powerful diarrhea. Dehydration is not far behind and the teas are also quite addictive. You may soon find yourself unable to have a bowel movement without taking more Senna and then your body has effectively stopped working on its own.

Another reason many people use Senna leaf is for colon cleansing. Senna leaf is absolutely not recommended for this! It can be confusing when someone spends a lot of time in the bathroom due to the diarrhea and you tell them they’re not really cleansing their colon after all. You see so much “product” coming out from the Senna so you think it’s effective, but you have to understand-forcing you to have a harsh bowel movement isn’t cleansing your colon out at all because it addresses the symptom (the waste) not the underlying condition (the weakened colon). Senna just gives you diarrhea and dehydrates your body in the process.

Cleansing your colon is a great idea but to do it right, you need to use a product designed specifically with that goal in mind. Senna leaf stimulates the colon like a drug. It doesn’t cleanse anything.

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General Topic / MAJOR
« on: September 01, 2010, 08:50:28 PM »
this word is getting in to my nerves.
let's all move on and stop indulging on people's mistakes.
you know too well nga kapalpakan ni. then why do we keep on bringing it up?

let Raj be.



-sick. annoyed. deafening.




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LGU Philippines / Where Art Thou?
« on: August 24, 2010, 12:14:54 AM »
mr. president where art thou?

it's been hours and wala paring comment from our leader?


(hostage crisis)

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