Luxurious Car of Celebrity

Luxurious Car of Celebrity

With their gold and fame it’s not too difficult for Hollywood celebrities to own a luxury car such as bentley lexus, maserati, ferrari or even mini cooper , before this we also have talked about the luxury car collection of Michael Jackson, and several great luxurious car and supercar in the crazy world. now here’s the luxury car of Hollywood Celebrity.

The picture on the left was a pink bentley that belong to paris hilton,how about another hollywood celebrity luxurious car?

Arnold Schwarzenggers


Ben Affect and Jeniffer Garner







Cindy Crawford


David Beckham






Denise Richards



Halle Berry


Jeniffer Love Hewitt


Lily Allen


Lindsay Lohan








Paris  Hilton

Patrick Dempsey

Sharon Stone

The Fastest Car in 2010

The Fastest Car in 2010

Posted: 15 Aug 2010 11:34 PM PDT
About a years ago the crazy world has post about the World’s Fastest Car, and now how about if we continue to give you the list of the Fastest car in 2010. same as the last year Bugatti Veyron still hold the title as the World’s fastest car and also the world’s most expensive cars. There’s a new contender to this years fastest car, there was Marussia, Gumpert Apollo and Ascari A10.

While most of us can only dream of owning the fastest car in the world, some will do whatever it takes to possess such speed and power. So, how fast are the fastest cars in the world?

1. Bugatti Veyron Super Sport

Limited top speed of 257.87 mph (415 km/h), which means it can do more. 0-60 mph (0-100km/h) in 2.4 seconds, 1200 hp (882 kW) and maximum torque 1500 Nm. Engine: 8.0 litres W16 with Quad Turbo. Originally Italian, today owned by VAG Group – Germany.

Check out another contestant of the World’s Fastest Car 2010.

Interior of Bugatti Veyron


2. SSC Ultimate Aero:

Top speed 256.15 mph (412.23 km/h), 0-60 mph in 2.78 secs.1287 hp and 1112 Nm torque. Engine: 6.4 litres V8 with Twin Turbo. (Pictures are not current, but very close to latest model) Born in the USA.


3. Koenigsegg CCXR Special Edition:

Top speed 250 mph (400 km/h), 0-60 mph in 2.9 secs. 910 hp and 1100 Nm torque. Engine: 4.7 litres V8 with Twin Turbo. Swedish road rocket.


4 .Gumpert Apollo:

Top speed 224 mph (360 km/h), 0-60 mph in 3.1 secs. 650 hp and 850 Nm torque. Engine: 4.2 litres V8 with Twin Turbo. It is not pretty but it has lapped the 14-mile Nordschliefe in 7m 11.57s, so it is fast on track. Made with german precision.


5. Pagani Zonda R:

Top speed 220 mph (350 km/h), 0-60 mph in 2.7 secs. 750 hp and 710 Nm torque. Engine: 6 litres V12. Italian beauty with beast under the bonnet. If you compare Pagani Zonda models to each other like chicken wing sauce, this would be ‘suicide’.


6. Ascari A10:

Top speed 220 mph (350 km/h), 0-60 mph in 2.8 secs. 625 hp and 560 Nm torque. Engine: 5 litres V8. It’s mean and british.

7. Marussia

It is not Lada, Gaz, Uaz or Volga. It is new russian supercar Marussia.

Full of high-tech gadgets, 3.5L V6, 300 hp (can be upgraded to 420 hp), 0-60mph in 5 seconds, top speed over 155mph (250km/h), rear wheel drive and 6-speed automatic. You might think that’s not much from a supercar, but this car is designed to manage as well as on track and in the city traffic. And, take a look how it looks! It is just awesome!

Marussia B2 is a innovative project on creation of the “modular” car with replaceable bodies. The car shows the success of the idea on manufacture of unique, various and distinct models on the basis of a universal platform. Creation of original body of Marussia В2 required only 36 days. There is also extra-light version available which is made only of aluminium and kevlar (850kg).


Snake with clawed foot in China

Snake with clawed foot in China

A weird and bizarre snake was found in china, unlike a usual snake, this snake has a clawed foot!! A snake with a single clawed foot has been discovered in China, according to reports.

Dean Qiongxiu, 66, said she discovered the reptile clinging to the wall of her bedroom with its talons in the middle of the night.

“I woke up and heard a strange scratching sound. I turned on the light and saw this monster working its way along the wall using his claw,” said Mrs Duan of Suining, southwest China.

Mrs Duan said she was so scared she grabbed a shoe and beat the snake to death before preserving its body in a bottle of alcohol. Wow.. could she make it into a snake syrup?

The snake – 16 inches long and the thickness of a little finger – is now being studied at the Life Sciences Department at China’s West Normal University in Nanchang.

Snake expert Long Shuai said: “It is truly shocking but we won’t know the cause until we’ve conducted an autopsy.” If you interest in snake don’t forget to check out this World’s Biggest Snake ever on our previous post.

A more common mutation among snakes is the growth of a second head, which occurs in a similar way to the formation of Siamese twins in humans.

Such animals are often caught and preserved as lucky tokens but have very little chance of surviving in the wild anyway, especially as the heads have a tendency to attack each other.

The Wackiest Motorcycle Design Ever

The Wackiest Motorcycle Design Ever

Posted: 21 Aug 2010 12:23 AM PDT

Whether you love to do a bike modification or not, this list of the top 10 wackiest motorcycle design could be an interesting post for you. in this list we could find the wackiest and the most idiotic motorcycle and bike design. I’m sure that this Alligator Bikes design should be listed on this wackiest bike design. And this Cool Motocopter too.

The first of all we have a Skeleton Bikes. this motorcycle design was suitable for those Gothic Fans.

2. Guitar Motorcycle Design – If you’re a guitarist on a band so you’ll love it

3. Tri Cycle Bike Design – Perfect for those who can’t drive a bike

4. Ultra Big Motorbike

5. Hamburger Motorbike

6. Motorbike with so many lights

7. The Real Monster Motorcycle

8. V Dubycle

9. Beer Sidecar

10. 5th Wheel RV

Incredible Golden Creatures

Incredible Golden Creatures

Posted: 23 Aug 2010 09:53 PM PDT

Golden means luxurious in terms of gadget and vehicle, but  this  time  the term golden goes to an amazing creature on earth. this incredible golden creatures was worth to be called as the most valuable animals on earth due to their golden appearance. Well here’s the Incredible Golden Creatures on earth.

The Golden Fish in Taiwan

Have you remembered about this golden fish in taiwan? several years ago we posted about this incredible creature found in taiwan.

Want to see more bling bling anomal? check it out.


Lion tamarins (Leontopithecus)

Golden Tree Snake and other snakes

Golden Tegu






Golden poison frog








Golden jumping spider







African Golden-weaver (Ploceus subaureus)- Above

Chrysina resplendens

Rote Island

Rote Island

Satellite photo of Roti

Map of the islands of East Nusa Tenggara, including Rote.

Rote Island (Indonesian: Pulau Rote, also spelled Roti) is an island of Indonesia, part of the East Nusa Tenggara province of the Lesser Sunda Islands. It has an area of 1,200 km2 (463 sq mi). It lies 500 km (311 mi) northeast of the Australian coast and 170 km (106 mi) northeast of the Ashmore and Cartier Islands. The island is situated to the southwest of the larger island of Timor. To the north is the Savu Sea, and to the south is the Timor Sea. To the west is Savu and Sumba. The uninhabited Dana Island (also called Ndana), just south of Rote, with an area of 14 km2 (5 sq mi), is the southernmost island of Indonesia. Along with some other nearby small islands, such as Ndao, it forms the kabupaten (regency) of Roti Ndao, which in 2005 held an estimated population of 108,615.

The main town, called Baa, is located in the north of the island. It has a good surf area in the south around the village of Nembralla. There is a daily ferry to the island from Kupang, the provincial capital on West Timor, which brings tourists.

Rote has many historical relies including fine antique Chinese porcelain, as well as ancient arts and traditions. Many prominent Indonesia nationalist leaders were born here.


 A popular music instrument Sasando, which is made of palm leaves. According to legend, this island got its name accidentally when a lost Portuguese sailor arrived and asked a farmer where he was. The surprised farmer, who could not speak Portuguese, introduced himself, “Rote”.

Rote just off the southern tip of Timor Island consists of rolling hills, terraced plantations, and acacia palm, savanna and some forests. The Rotinese depend, like the Savunese, on lontar palm for basic survival, but also as the supplement their income with fishing and jewelry making.

The critically endangered Roti Island Snake-necked Turtle is endemic to Rote Island.

Agriculture is the main form of employment. Fishing is also important, especially in the eastern village of Papela, which has led to disputes with Australia over the water between them.[1]

Alor Island

Alor Island


Map of the islands of East Nusa Tenggara, including Alor

Alor Island (Indonesia)

Coordinates 8°15′S 124°45′E / 8.25°S 124.75°E / -8.25; 124.75
Archipelago Alor archipelago
Area 2,800 km2 (1,080 sq mi)
Largest city Kalabahi (pop. 60,000)
Population 168,000
Density 60 /km2 (160 /sq mi)

Alor is the largest island in the Alor Archipelago located at the eastern-most end of the Lesser Sunda Islands that runs through southern Indonesia, which from the west include such islands as Bali, Lombok, Sumbawa, Komodo, and Flores.

To the east of the island across the Ombai Strait lie the islands of Wetar and Atauro, the latter belonging to East Timor. To the south, across the Strait of Alor, lies the western part of Timor. To the north lies the Banda Sea. To the west lies Pantar and the other islands of the Alor archipelago, and further yet the rest of the Sunda Islands.


Alor has an area of about 2800 km², making it the largest island of the Alor archipelago.

Kalabahi is the only town on the island of Alor, with a metropolitan population of about 60,000. The variety of goods obtainable in Kalabahi is surprising considering its size and location.

Alor is of volcanic origin and has very rugged terrain. The region near Kalabahi is the only flat area. This is why the Dutch placed the capital and the main harbor (Alor-Kecil) of the area here in 1911.

“The best” snorkelling and diving in Indonesia can be found in the Alor archipelago. Due to intriguing and often very strong currents it is best to snorkel or dive with someone who knows the area well. Transportation to Alor by TransNusa Trigana Air, from Kupang, Denpasar and Surabaya.


The island’s infrastructure is only weakly built. The inhabitants practice mainly subsistence agriculture. The government seeks to change this with the help of international organizations. In the villages vanilla, tamarind, almonds and other nuts are cultivated. In the forests sandalwood is cut down for trade.

The latest geological explorations have discovered valuable resources such as gipsum, kaolin, petroleum, natural gas, tin, gold, and diamonds.

Alor’s highly-esteemed snorkeling and diving promise an increase in tourism in the future. Depletion of the fisheries has however damaged the coral reefs in recent years.


Over 168,000 people live on Alor. Three-fourths are protestants, the rest are either Muslims or in a few villages Roman Catholics. Animistic rites and traditions are still strongly practiced.


More than 15 different indigenous languages are spoken on Alor, the majority of them classified as Papuan or non-Austronesian. These include Abui, Adang, Hamap, Kabola, Kafoa, Woisika, Kelon, and Kui. In addition, Alorese (Bahasa Alor; ISO 639-3: aol) is a Malayo-Polynesian language which is spoken along the coast of the western and southern Bird’s Head of Alor Island and in places on surrounding islands.

Many of the Papuan languages of Alor are endangered and are no longer being actively acquired by children. Some languages have fewer than 1000 speakers remaining. Significant linguistic documentation efforts have been undertaken recently by Leiden University.

The language of daily communication is Alor Malay, a unique Malay variety with some similarities to Kupang Malay. Indonesian is taught in schools and used widely in media.


During the dry season, Kalabahi is serviced by flights five times a week from Kupang the provincial capital, using a [ATR42] 46 seat by TransNusa Trigana Air and Kasa 18 seat airplane. These flights are run by Merpati Airlines. Most of them are simply Kupang – Kalabahi – Kupang, but mid-2003 a new flight Kupang – Kalabahi – KisarAmbon, returning the next day, was introduced. The two Pelni passenger ships Serimau and Awu also pass through Kalabahi each week. Transport to Alor during the wet season is sometimes disrupted due to high winds and large waves.

On the 17th November, 2006 Trigana Air suffered its first ever plane crash accident. The aircraft (a de Havilland Canada DHC-6 Twin Otter 300) struck a mountain in Puncak Jaya (Indonesia) seven minutes before it was scheduled to land in the remote Indonesian province of Papua. All the 12 passengers onboard died shortly after the incident