Portuguese stunner Sara Sampaio lands on the September 2014 cover of GQ Mexico, wearing a sexy cut-out blue swimsuit and light blue heels. Bleacher + Everard photographed Sara for the image with styling by Erin McSherry. In the interview, she opens up about how she is not all that glamorous when she is not working. Sara describes herself as just needing jeans and a t-shirt to feel confident.
Well, somehow every fashion magazine in the world got the memo that the September 2014 covers should consist of nothing but large groups of supermodels looking flawless. Vogue US, Vogue Japan and Vogue Korea got in on the multi-model action, and an above-average number of our favorite titles opted to put models on the cover instead of a celebrity, which is a rarity for such a tentpole issue. While we’ve loved them all, Vogue Italia just swooped in and blew the competition away with its Steven Meisel-shot September cover.
~~August 28, 2014~~
Why are there so many differences between human beings? There are characteristics that define us in different groups, I accept that but deep down, we are the same.
We are conceived the same way, we come into this way the same way. Anatomically speaking, we are the same. The biological processes that keep our metabolism going and the cellular functions going are the same. Our DNA is the same.
It’s only outside, physical attributes that make us different.
“We may have different religions, different languages, different color skin, but we all belong to one human race.”
Photo credit: Anonymous Awakening
Why can’t we all realize this and accept that we are the same and that we are ONE?
What touches one, touches all.
We ALL bleed RED!!
The Potential is there, so is the Spirit. All that is needed is the Spark.
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Hello Kitty says Hi from Space
China is developing a’supersonic’ submarine that could travel from Shanghai to San Francisco in less than two hours.
Researchers say their new craft uses a radical new technique to create a ‘bubble’ to surround itself, cutting down drag dramatically.
In theory, the researchers say, a supercavitating vessel could reach the speed of sound underwater, or about 5,800km/h.
The technology was developed by a team of scientists at Harbin Institute of Technology’s Complex Flow and Heat Transfer Lab.
Li Fengchen, professor of fluid machinery and engineering, told the South China Morning Post he was ‘very excited by its potential’.
The new sub is based on Soviet technology developed during the cold war.
Called supercavitation, it envelopes a submerged vessel inside an air bubble to avoid problems caused by water drag.
A Soviet supercavitation torpedo called Shakval was able to reach a speed of 370km/h or more – much faster than any…
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