Monday, May 29, 2006

Scientists say that an 'invisibility cloak' is theoretically possible..
There's already a blueprint for it and they are buying the materials..
But while the scientists tinker with their toys and make something that probably won't make the world that much better:
You might not want to be invisible in the face of the following:
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Yogyakarta...Java..Indonesia...over 4,300 dead..200,000 people are sleeping in the pouring rain..you can help in the simplest way possible..just go here.
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East Africa is having a food crisis..and by East Africa they mean mostly Kenya, Somalia, Ethiopia and Tanzania..Oxfam is caring for 700,000 facing starvation..click here to help.
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The crisis in the Sudan is far from ending..2 million families and children face the toughest conditions..to help go here
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5 comments:

Drunk'n'Gorgeous said...

The people in Indonesia really have it tough. mo mitrag3een killish, min shay lay shay. I'm not saying that the people in East Africa are having a picnic. If anything, they've got it even worse. But in Indonesia the quake wasn't avoidable whereas in East Africa, people could help if they wanted to.

I disagree. I think the "invisibility cloack" could totally help. If say for example we needed to smuggle kids out of a war-ridden country. By that same token though, it could be used to smuggle terrorist in. Ah well!

kwtia said...

Well I guess if you're gonna use it to help people...hhmmm..yeah no picnics anywhere these days..

9oot said...

Make your donations to the victims of the Indonesia Earthquake through KRCS and NBK , just go to www.nbk.com

coquine said...

Anybody know how reliable kcrs is? is this the best way to donate?

kwtia said...

9oot, Thanks for the link :)
Coquine, I have heard both good and bad things, maybe your best bet is to visit their headquarters at some point and get a feel for it.