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Glenn Guevara
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The future is here. Guess where? 
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Great shot +Liza Pulido
It's the most wonderful time of the year! :)

Look at what Google did to my photo. :)

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The aftermath of Super typhoon haiyan :-( 

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A major typhoon is touching down in the Philippines right now. I just left the country a few days ago and took this photo on the flight out. The Philippines has faced so much natural disaster... While there I visited the earthquake damage in Bohol. Over 300,000 people were displaced from their homes just a few weeks ago after the 7.1 quake. In Manila I stayed with a family who's home had been flooded multiple times over the years. In the worst flood, they lost their most treasured possessions. The Typhoon today (Haiyan/Yolanda) is the strongest storm on Earth this year and one of the largest tropical cyclones ever recorded in terms of wind speed (235mph). Catastrophic damage is expected. Fortunately, they think it's blowing by so fast that the flooding won't be as bad as the wind damage. For info on donations, safety and volunteer work, check the Red Cross:  http://www.redcross.org.ph/
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Praying for zero casualty here in the Philippines :-( 
NASA Satellites see super-Typhoon Haiyan lashing the Philippines in this visible image of the storm taken from the MODIS instrument aboard NASA's Aqua satellite on Nov. 7, 2013, at 11:25 p.m. EST. Super-Typhoon Haiyan is bringing maximum sustained winds of a Category 5 hurricane. NASA is providing visible, infrared and microwave satellite data to forecasters and warnings are in effect for the Philippines and Micronesia as Haiyan moves west.

The Moderate Resolution Imaging Spectroradiometer or MODIS instrument aboard captured a visible image that showed the thick bands of powerful thunderstorms that surrounded the eye. The MODIS image also revealed a powerful, wide band of thunderstorms in the western quadrant that was affecting the Philippines in the early morning hours (Eastern Daylight Time/U.S.) on Nov. 7.
At the same time, another instrument aboard Aqua captured infrared data on the storm using the Atmospheric Infrared Sounder or AIRS instrument, providing cloud top temperatures and sea surface temperatures. The infrared data revealed a sharply defined eye with multiple concentric rings of thunderstorms and a deep convective eyewall. The infrared data showed cloud top temperatures as cold as 210 degrees kelvin/-81.67F/-63.15C/ in the thick band of thunderstorms around the center. Those cold temperatures indicate very high, powerful thunderstorms with very heavy rain potential.

The U.S. National Hurricane Center website indicates that a Category 5 hurricane/typhoon would cause catastrophic damage: A high percentage of framed homes will be destroyed, with total roof failure and wall collapse. Fallen trees and power poles will isolate residential areas. Power outages will last for weeks to possibly months. Most of the area will be uninhabitable for weeks or months.

After passing through the Philippines, Haiyan is expected to move through the South China Sea as it heads for landfall in Vietnam.

Image Credit: NASA Goddard MODIS

#typhoon, #typhoonhaiyan, #haiyan, #hurricane #modis #aqua, #airs, #nasa #noaa #space #earth #storms #severestorms #rainfall #heavyrain #weather
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For doctor who's 50th 

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Happy Thursday my dears :))
Here you go... You can all read your prescriptions now! No need thank me :D
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Have you tried the new update of google now... Amazing.. hope all of the things i do and i will do will be presented in my google now widget....have you tried using the voice search of google now? 
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Have you tried adding apps to Google Drive to help you get more stuff done? There are hundreds of handy ones to choose from, and now it’s even easier to browse for and add them to Drive. 

From the newly updated Create button, click on “Connect more apps” and you’ll be able to browse, search for, and add apps to Drive in one click. Give it a try, and let us know which apps are your favorites. 
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