Thursday, March 31, 2011

Samsung Tango Cleaner a Wifi Connected Vacuum Cleaner



Several weeks ago we were shocked by Internet Connected Refrigerator or a self cleaning fridge, and then now there's another Hi-Tech Home Appliance will come for the future. that was Samsung Tango Cleaner. this is a Wifi Connected Vacuum Cleaner. It seems that samsung will made a breakthrough in house hold appliance with Wifi Connection such as this Wifi Connected Fridge, Here's some info about this Tango Cleaner that we cited from Engadget.

Samsung has added an amazing vacuum cleaner in its long list of gizmos that can keep surveillance on your home as well as clean the floor of your house. Tango Cleaner, as it is called, is a Wi-Fi enabled device that lets you connect with your home while you are away. The robotic vacuum cleaner is way ahead of its peers like iRobot’s Roomba or LG’s Hom-Bot.

It comes with an integrated video camera which is compatible with PC, Smartphone or tablet. All you need is a Wi-Fi connection to connect the devices and monitor your home. However, you can use it as a surveillance device only when it is not cleaning the floor. Another advantage of Tango Cleaner is that it operates at relatively less sound. It is believed to be quieter than other similar devices as it produces merely 45dB of noise. Yet another interesting feature of Tango Cleaner is its integrated microphone and external light. This microphone can even catch all the sounds that you hear at home.

Samsung has launched this product in Korea at KRW799,000 which amounts to $711 approximately. Though the price tag seems a little high, it will give you the value for money. This can surely be a great addition to the list of your household appliances.


Famous April Fools Pranks in History



Happy April Fools Day, now we're on the 1st April which is also recognized as an April Fools day, Have you read about the history about the April fools day? On April fools day you can pull pranks to your friends or family.

So Have you found the great pranks for your April fools day? here's some of the world's most famous April fools pranks on the history

1.The Swiss Spaghetti Harvest

In the winter of 1957, BBC TV station announced that farmers can harvest the spaghetti in Switzerland because of the time winter is warm and the insects are fond of eating spaghetti already destroyed. There are videos about the swiss spaghetti harvest! After the show, many viewers are calling BBC asking for how to do let them be grow their own spaghetti trees. But due to the basis for fun, the BBC even answer them by asking them to put a little tin filled with spaghetti in tomato sauce and hope it'll grow spaghetti.

2. The Taco Liberty Bell

In 1996, America's leading Tako company, The Taco Bell Corporation, Announced if they've bought the Liberty Bell (Liberty Bell) and named after Taco Liberty Bell. Hundreds of residents of Philadelphia, USA, directly calling the National Historical Park, where the bell was laid, to protest and anger certainly because of the Liberty Bell was the historic bell of the American Revolutionary War! Several hours later, Taco Bell announced if it's all just a joke! The funny anymore, there is a journalist who asked the White House secretary, Mike McCurry, on sales of the Liberty Bell to Taco Bell, McCurry said that even if Lincoln Memorial (the building that was built to commemorate the former U.S. president of the 16th, Abraham Lincoln) also already sold!

3. The Left-Handed Whopper

Burger King announced that they got a left handed whopper made specially for a left handed people. this pranks was made around 1998.

4. UFO Lands in London

On March 31, 1989, thousands of people are riding his motorcycle on the highway outside London see the shining objects that looks like a flying saucer above the city. After the plate was landed on the outskirts of London, the residents immediately calling the police to warn them about the existence of an alien invasion! not long after the police arrived on the scene and one of them bravely approaching strange dishes. When the door opened, a figure with a silver dress appeared, and police were immediately run. it is odd dish that already constrained air balloon let-like UFO by Richard Branson, chairman of her Virgin Records.

5. Flying Penguins

on 2008, BBC announced that their cameraman shooting a Miracles of Evolution TV Series on Antartica where a penguin flying, They even have a video about flying penguins. As a result, the video became one of the most viewed video on the internet.

6. The Sydney Iceberg

On 1 April 1978, a tanker appeared in Sydney Harbour draw a big iceberg and witnessed by the inhabitants of Sydney. They already know there will be an iceberg and went for Dick Smith from the Antarctic icebergs which then would be cut into small pieces (to be like ice stone) and sold to the public for 10 cents per piece. He says he does, this special ice taken from the pure water in Antarctica, and he promised that if any drink given this ice would be more tasty.

7. Man Flies by Own Lung Power

On 1934 American newspaper write about a man who flies with his own lung power, his name was Erich Kocher. To fly erich put a box on his body and use his own lung power to make him fly. But it was a joke.

8. Wisconsin State Capitol Collapses

In 1933, Madison Capital-Times newspaper announced if the Wisconsin State Capitol Building were destroyed by a series of mysterious explosions. Reported if the explosion happened because the amount of gas results from the debate the members of the House of boring for weeks. This is recognized as one of the best april fools prank in the history.

9. Instant Color TV

In 1962, Sweden only have 1 TV station, and even black-and-white broadcasts. Well, that TV station technician, Kjell Stensson, make an announcement if its viewers are now able to receive broadcasts in color. You can do this by wrapping a TV with nylon stockings!

10. Whistling Carrots

Tesco (UK's leading hypermarket) caused a sensation in April Fool's Day in 2002 to put up ads in The Sun about their success to develop the Whistling carrot, genetically whistling carrot. It is said that they use special methods in order to plant carrots grown with the holes in his body. Once cooked, the holes that will make carrots whistle!


Oscar Isaac feared Madonna would send him to exercise boot camp

Oscar Isaac feared Madonna would send him to exercise boot camp to prepare for his sex scenes in 'W.E.'.

The actor plays the part of bodyguard Evgeni in the new movie ' a two-tier tale about Britain's King Edward VIII's romance with Wallis Simpson and a modern story about a woman named Wally ' and he admits he was terrified about stripping off for his love scenes with co-star Abbie Cornish because the super-fit singer-turned-director was watching.

Speaking on the red carpet at the UK premiere of his new movie 'Sucker Punch' at the Vue cinema in London's Leicester Square last night (30.03.11), Oscar told BANG Showbiz: ' play a security guard that Abbie's character Wally Winthrop falls in love with. We have a romance. That was one of the more intimidating moments. I had to take my clothes off in front of Madonna. I thought she was going to order me out of the room - 'Get out and get to the gym!' '

Despite his concerns, the 31-year-old hunk had a good time with Madonna ' who has launched her own chain of gyms, entitled Hard Candy Fitness - on set after he got over his initial nerves.

Oscar ' who stars alongside Vanessa Hudgens and Jena Malone in fantasy action movie 'Sucker Punch', which is directed by Zack Snyder ' said: 'Madonna was great. It was intimidating but she's a pretty amazing woman. Is she a diva? I was hoping she would be one. She's actually very self-deprecating and really funny. She's actually very open.'

Other stars to walk the rainy red carpet in London included 'Sucker Punch' cast members Emily Browning and Jamie Chung and future Superman Henry Cavill.

Wednesday, March 30, 2011

Casey Abrams Redeems Himself On 'American Idol' With 'Your Song'

Abrams initially came into the competition one of the favorites to win it all, though a series of health problems and a couple of bum performances — including last week's train-wreck take on Marvin Gaye's "I Heard It Through the Grapevine" — stalled his momentum to the point where America sent him packing. But the judges threw their weight behind the shaggy-haired soul man, and this week it was up to him to prove they made the right decision.
But first, he had to deal with the fallout from last week's performance. When mentor Jimmy Iovine rolled tape of Abrams' Motown week effort, the singer found it difficult to even watch. "You know what was wrong with that performance?" Iovine asked. Abrams sheepishly replied "some ... things?" while Iovine corrected him: "Everything!" Iovine went on to say Abrams "killed himself" with the Gaye cover, saying he'd lost his way in the competition and needed to refocus.

Producer Rodney Jerkins was just as critical, but had a far more concrete solution to Abrams' problems: "Get rid of the beard." Abrams took Jerkins' advice to heart and took his mug to Baxter Finley, a Los Angeles barber shop, where a team of skilled professionals trimmed his bushy facial fuzz and hacked away at his unkempt hair. The results weren't unveiled until Abrams hit the "Idol" stage, though it wasn't as dramatic as the segment led viewers to believe. Instead, Abrams' look was simply a fresher, cleaner version of the wild man he'd come to be known as — Abrams 2.0, if you will.
His performance was where he really showed his rededication to the competition. Taking on Elton John's "Your Song," Abrams stayed seated and didn't do laps around the studio as he did during Motown week or thrash in place as he did during his risky take on Nirvana's "Smells Like Teen Spirit" two weeks prior. He dialed himself way back, delivering the song in a comfortable, heartfelt manner and letting the lyrics take over. (Some tabloid reports have tied Abrams to fellow contestant Haley Reinhart, though there was no word whether he was singing the song to his alleged new squeeze.) Eventually, he let out his inner Casey, grunting a few notes near the song's close, but overall it was the most reserved he'd been onstage yet. He delivered a high closing note that noted music scholar Randy Jackson would later identify as a Major 9.
Jackson called the performance "brilliant," "nice" and "tender," while Steven Tyler praised Abrams' range of styles, saying that makes him a "true artist." Jennifer Lopez called the performance "very Casey" and reiterated that the judges made the correct decision by keeping him around. "Along the way, we've had to make some hard decisions and send some really, really great people home, and I've lost sleep over that. But one decision I didn't lose one ounce of sleep over was saving you," she said. "I slept like a baby!"

London In Bloom - Spring Florals


Mount Street Gardens.

Spring has finally sprung - at least here in London. Temperatures are rising, the days are getting longer and the sun is making more frequent appearances. But of course Spring would be nothing without the beauty of blossoming flowers. And because the eight cherry trees in front of my living room window are a constant reminder of how wonderful this time of the year can be, I've been inspired to hunt down more floral delights in the shape of both the real thing and the fashion world's recurring love affair with the flower print.

Are you embracing floral patterns this season? Or would you prefer to just admire the botanical version instead? I know that there are a few pieces below I wouldn't mind owning...


Mulberry flagship window display (Bond Street).

Left: A stunning gown from Central Saint Martins graduate Hermione de Paula. Right: A blossoming tree in East London.

Left: Liberty's flower section. Right: A fun print on a Christopher Kane SS11 dress.

Current season Alexander McQueen (skull) scarves take on a floral twist.

Left: A vibrant dress by Cacharel. Right: Flower power at London's Bankside.

Claude Monet's Water-Lilies (1916), photographed at the Tate Modern.

Left: More flowers in front of Liberty. Right: A beautiful Dries van Noten piece.

Left: A modern take on the floral trend from Thakoon. Right: Jonathan Saunders mixes flowers with graphics.

Liberty's current in-store display, caught in a blur.

Another Jonathan Saunders creation.

Left: One of the many cherry blossoms in front of my window. Right: A gorgeous draped Vivienne Westwood dress featuring pink flowers.

Tuesday, March 29, 2011

Aircell Android Smartphone for Private Jet



The usage of a cellphone in an aircraft could interfere with or endanger navigation systems in aircraft, but with this Special Designed Aircell Android Smartphone you don't need to worry about that anymore. this Cellphone was made specially for the aircraft usage.

It was a Good news for those of you who have a private jet because of Aircell, a company that specializes in communications within the aircraft have launched Aircell mobile Smartphone.

Aircell Smartphone is Special Android phones could be used in aircraft and guaranteed not to interfere with or endanger navigation systems in aircraft. With this Aircell Smartphone you can receive or make phone calls and SMS and the other without worry.

And because it is already using the Android OS then indirectly you can also use it for entertainment ranging from watching movies to listen to music or browse though.

Aircell Smartphone using 3.8-inch touch screen and planned to be launched in late 2011. But unfortunately this Special Aircell Android Smartphone was only allowed for those who owns a private jet. You're not allowed to use this device in a commercial flight. So if you want to try this gadget i suggest you to check out the information about the Private Jet Charter in the Internet.



Monday, March 28, 2011

Evolution of Mazda RX Sports Car


Do you know about the evolution of Mazda RX Sports car? I'm sure that all automotive lover especially Mazda lover was know about the history of Mazda RX series starting from Mazda RX2 until Mazda RX8 which is recognized as one of the luxurious sports car today. RX Series was known as the Sports Car from Mazda Which is first introduced in 1970, OK here's a little story of the Evolution of Mazda RX Sports car from 1970 until today.

Mazda RX2.



This is the First Sports Car which is made by Mazda, this car was introduced in 1970. Using Rotary Engine Mazda RX2 code (also known as the Mazda RX1, Capella 616/618). Manufactured to the end of 1978. Two tips on the machine that is created for RX2 12A, with a performance 120 hp and 10 seconds for 0-100 km / h and 12B with optimal power 198 hp for the racing version. Her achievements quite brilliant, especially in America where ever won the IMSA and Road Atlanta.

Mazda RX3



Not much different with the RX2, Mazda RX3 also introduced in 1972 which continued in production until 1978. Also known as the Mazda Savanna. Basic machines are still the same with the RX2 only with different packaging. RX3 also quite accomplished where Mazda can claim the title of Fuji 500, Japanese Grand Prix in 1972 and claims to have got more than 500 titles up to 1976 and was competing with the Nissan Skyline. In Australia, RX3 track racing is very popular in either circuit or Grag Race Track. In many classes RX3 very dominate in this kangaroo country.

Mazda RX5



Next Mazda RX proceed to produce RX5 dynasty, also known as the Mazda Cosmo. The engine uses Rotary 13B and produced from 1975-1980.The Exotic Form of this Mazda RX5 caught attention for the Collector.

Mazda RX7



Mazda eventually created the legendary and phenomenal RX7 Series (another name for the Mazda RX-7 Efini). Introduced from 1978-2002. At least long span of time proves that the RX is one of the legendary Japanese sports car. Known to be very agile and efficient in fuel consumption. To travel 100 km/h only takes less than 7 seconds (especially the early series 1-4) with 1:12 fuel consumption. In 1984 introduced a generation RX7 FC Series both with the code. This is the first generation that use the turbo features. Also known as Savanna, Third generation is known as the FD code. 13B engine was capable of producing up to 280 hp maximum power on the power capacity of 1300 cc.

Mazda RX8



The latest edition of the RX is the RX8. Make use of twin Renesis Rotary engine with a capacity of 2 x 650 cc this is a new breakthrough of the Mazda RX Series. Mazda RX8 also created in the form of concept where the machine adopts hydrogen fuel technology is environmentally friendly. This Latest Sports Car from Mazda also achieved many award such as 2003 International Engine of the Year, the 2003 Japanese Car of the Year, Australia's Wheels magazine's Car of the Year for 2003, the 2004 Singapore Car of the Year, the 2004 U.S. Best Sports Car, and Standard Chartered Bank UK Best Car Awards. It was named on Car and Driver magazine's Ten Best list for 2004, 2005, and 2006, Car and Driver's "Four of a Kind" comparison test, the Winner of the 2006-2007 Golden Icon Award (presented by Travolta Family Entertainment) for "Best Sports Car "

So Which one do you choose? Well personally i want to own a Mazda RX8.

Saturday, March 26, 2011

Largest Bugs in the World



Do you know about the largest bugs in the world? There's so many huge insects that we can found all over the world such as the Titan Beetle that found in French Guana and Brazil, Elephant beetles in Mexico, A Giant long legged katidyds in Malaysia (You know there's also a unique pink katydids exist in the world). then a Goliath beetle in Ghana and many more. Some of them are actually huge in size. I hope that they are all harmless because some of them look like that could do some serious damage if the decided to attack such as this tegenaria agrestis spider.

You can also find many more huge animal such as this biggest shark, largest frog goliath frog, Piranha and many more from our previous post.

Want to know more about the World's Largest Bugs? Here's more picture of them and some info about them that we cited from the Wikipedia.

1. Titan Beetle



The Titan beetle is the longest known beetle in the Amazon rainforest and one of the longest insect species in the world, Adult Titan Beetle can grow up to 6.5 inches (16.7 cm) in length. It is from the family Cerambycidae (longhorn beetles). The titan beetle is the only member of its own genus. Found in French Guiana and Brazil.

2. Elephant Beetles



Elephant beetles are black in color and covered with a coat of fine microscopic hairs. The hairs grow particularly thick on the beetle's elytra. The hairs give the beetle's body a yellowish color, Elephant Beetles range between 70-120 mm; males are sometimes even bigger. Males are around 2 to 3 times bigger than the females. Found in Mexico through Venezuela.

3. Giant Long-Legged Katydids



Giant Long-Legged Katydids They are also known as long-horned grasshoppers, although they are more closely related to crickets than to grasshoppers. Many tettigoniids exhibit mimicry and camouflage, commonly with shapes and colors similar to leaves. This Giant Long Legged Katydids found in Malaysia.

4. Goliath Beetle



Goliath Beetle are among the largest insects on Earth, if measured in terms of size, bulk and weight. They are members of subfamily Cetoniinae, within the family Scarabaeidae. Goliath beetles can be found in many of Africa's tropical forests, where they feed primarily on tree sap and fruit. Goliath beetles measure from 60–110 millimetres (2.4–4.3 in) for males and 50–80 millimetres (2.0–3.1 in) for females, as adults, and can reach weights of up to 80–100 grams (2.8–3.5 oz) in the larval stage

5. Giant Burrowing Cockroach



Giant Burrowing Cockroach was known as the largest cockroach species, it was found in Australia. They are the world's heaviest species of cockroach (although Blaberus giganteus is the longest) and can weigh up to 35 g (1.2 oz) and measure up to 80 mm (3.1 in) in length. They can live for up to 10 years.

6. Giant Camel Spiders



Giant Camel Spiders can be found in he deserts of the Middle East, there's no further information that we got on this large bugs species

7. Giant Walking Stick



This bugs can be found everywhere in the world. Giant Walking Stick. There's no further information about this species for their length and weight.

8. Giant Weta



Giant wetas are species of weta in the genus Deinacrida of the family Anostostomatidae. Giant wetas are endemic to New Zealand, and are examples of island gigantism. There are 11 species of giant weta, most of which are larger than other weta, despite the latter already being large by insect standards. Large species can be up to 10 cm (4 in) not inclusive of legs and antennae with body mass usually no more than 35g. One captive female reached a mass of about 70 g (2.5 oz), making it one of the heaviest documented insects in the world.

9. Atlas Moth



Atlas moths are considered the largest moths in the world in terms of total wing surface area [upwards of c. 400 cm2 (62 sq in)]. Their wingspans are also amongst the largest, from 25–30 cm (10–12 in). Females are appreciably larger and heavier. found in the tropical and subtropical forests of Southeast Asia, and common across the Malay archipelago

10. Tarantula Hawk



A tarantula hawk is a spider wasp which hunts tarantulas as food for its larvae. Up to two inches (50 mm) long with a blue-black body and bright rust-colored wings, tarantula hawks are among the largest of wasps. The coloring on their wings warns potential predators that they are dangerous (Aposematism). Their long legs have hooked claws for grappling with their victims. The stinger of a female tarantula hawk can be up to 1/3 inch (7 mm) long, and delivers a sting which is rated among the most painful in the insect world.

11. Giant Water Bug



They are the largest insects in the order Hemiptera, and occur worldwide, with most of the species in North America, South America and East Asia. They are typically encountered in freshwater streams and ponds. Most species are relatively large (2 cm or more) with some of the largest, such as Lethocerus, exceeding 12 cm, and nearly reaching the dimensions (length and mass) of some of the larger beetles in the world. Giant water bugs are a popular food in Thailand.

12. Queen Alexandra's Birdwing



Queen Alexandra's Birdwing (Ornithoptera alexandrae) is the largest butterfly in the world. Female Queen Alexandra's Birdwings are larger than males with markedly rounder, broader wings. The female can reach a wingspan of 31 cm (>12 inches), a body length of 8 cm (3.2 inches) and a body mass of up to 12 grams (0.42 oz), all enormous measurements for a butterfly. The female has brown wings with white markings and a cream-coloured body with a small section of red fur on its thorax. Males are smaller than females with brown wings that have iridescent blue and green markings and a bright yellow abdomen. The wingspan of the males is approximately 20 cm, but more usually about 16 cm. A spectacular form of the male is form atavus, which has gold spots on the hind wings. Found in papua new guinea

13. Chinese Mantis



The Chinese mantis (Tenodera sinensis) is a species of praying mantis. Originating from China, he Chinese mantis looks like a long and slender praying mantis, with different shades of brown. The adult has a green lateral line down its front wings. It is typically larger than most other mantises, growing up to 10 cm (4 inches) in length, and are the largest mantis species in North America.

14. Goliath Birdeater Spider



The Goliath bird-eater Spider (also called the Goliath Birdeater) (Theraphosa blondi) is an arachnid belonging to the tarantula group, Theraphosidae, and is considered to be the second largest spider in the world (by leg-span; second to the Giant huntsman spider), and they may be the biggest by mass. It is native to the rain forest regions of northern South America. These spiders can have a leg span of up to 12 inch (30 cm) and can weigh over 6 ounces (170 g). Wild Goliath birdeaters are a deep-burrowing species, found commonly in marshy or swampy areas, usually living in burrows that they have dug or which have been abandoned by other burrowing creatures.

15. Japanese Giant Hornet



The Japanese giant hornet (Vespa mandarinia japonica), is a subspecies of the Asian giant hornet (V. mandarinia). It is a large insect and adults can be more than 4 centimetres (1.6 in) long, with a wingspan greater than 6 centimetres (2.4 in). It has a large yellow head with large eyes, and a dark brown thorax with an abdomen banded in brown and yellow.

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Henry Holland's 'Debut' - Charity Event & Exhibition (London, UK)



There's nothing better than spending money on something when you know it's for a good cause. Which is why the combination of fashion and charity is such a great mix. The last time I posted about a charity collaboration, it involved designer dolls, which some of you (and yours truly) deemed to be a bit creepy at times. An event that happened this week titled Debut was decidedly less sinister, since it involved actual clothing, art and other memorabilia.

Launched by Henry Holland, Debut saw the designer recruit the help from fellow British creatives and friends, resulting in a large collection of coveted pieces which were first featured in a pre-event exhibition, then auctioned off on March 24. All proceeds went to Cancer Research UK, the world's leading charity dedicated to beating cancer through research.

A gorgeous venue: auction pieces displayed in the converted church that is One Mayfair.

I got a chance to catch a glimpse of some of the pieces prior to the auction event, all of which were presented in the stunning One Mayfair venue (a converted former church dating back to 1825). The lots up for auction focused on British fashion through the ages, featuring donations from the likes of Christopher Kane, Nicholas Kirkwood, Kate Moss or Paul Smith to name a few - while Agyness Deyn starred as a DJ during the actual auction.

Loved the pink-black combo of the seating area. The official booklet listed all auction items and the event schedule.

Below you'll find a few of the pieces that went up for auction. Which item(s) would you have bid on? Let me know!

Left: Peter Pilotto dress; the design was worn by Kate Bosworth. Right: Dress by Erdem, designed for Browns boutique to celebrate 40 years of British Fashion.

Donations by Henry Holland himself, included the signature House of Holland slogan shirts and an afternoon out with the man himself (left). A beautiful creation by milliner Stephen Jones (top right) and an autographed photograph of Kate Moss during Alexander McQueen's 2004 runway show, photographed by Richard Young.

Left: Christopher Kane red bandage dress from his first collection, as worn by Victoria Beckham. Right: Richard Nicoll dress featuring artwork by Linder Sterling.

Fashion as art: David Downton illustration of Erin O'Connor (top left), oversized limited edition signed Mary Quant stamp (lower left), painting from Alex Echo, who's art inspired Paul Smith (center), Simon Claridge pop-art of Kate Moss (top right), Dior by John Galliano photograph (lower right).

Left: Erdem floral dress. Right: Bellville Sassoon evening dress.

Top: Kate Moss for Longchamp bags designed exclusively by Kate for Debut (incl. handwritten note). Bottom: Nicholas Kirkwood shoes designed exclusively for Sarah Jessica Parker.

Left: House of Holland wedding dress reading 'Who needs a husband I've got House of Holland'. Right: 'History of Rainbows' dress by Tracey Boyd, exclusively for Debut.

More impressive shots: Twiggy (top left), Sid Vicious (bottom left), Tamara Rojo photographed by Paul Smith (center), David Bowie (top right), signed copy of Alexandra Schulman's first publication of Vogue UK as acting editor (lower right).

Vintage items, incl. a sparkly cardigan from the 20s (left).

If you missed 'Debut', you can always donate to Cancer Research UK via the official page. Henry Holland will be doing more charitable work next month when he runs the London Marathon for Oxfam along with a few friends (including Agyness once again). Donations for that can still be made via this fundraising page.

On a final note, if you happen to be in London this weekend, eco-brand People Tree is running a 'Sample Sale for Japan' until March 27 (near Aldgate East), with all proceeds going towards 'The Second Harvest Charity', which will provide food for the victims of the recent earthquake/tsunami in Japan.