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  1. findingmyway

    Nature Conversation Between Polar Bears

    This is a perfect example of how we love to blame others and not take responsibility as it is too hard to change! All done with perfect humour of course icecreamkaur http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EDIP71Lviys&feature=player_embedded#at=45
  2. spnadmin

    SciTech Tourists Mimic Polar Pioneers, Except With Planes And Blogs

    When the British explorer Robert Falcon Scott arrived at the South Pole only to find that he had been beaten there by Roald Amundsen and his team of Norwegians, he was despondent. “Great God! This is an awful place,” he lamented in his diary. Awful as it may be, it is about to get a lot of foot...
  3. Admin

    Polar Bear Sardars

    Polar Bear Sardars NEWS REPORT No, it wasn't a scene from Hardwar of brahmins sending water to their ancestors who were supposedly ensconced on the Sun. Nor was it anyone emulating Guru Nanak's tongue-in-cheek response of watering His fields...
  4. N

    Are Philosophy And Religion Polar Opposites?

    Are philosophy and religion polar opposites? How is that one can be said to follow philosophy and religion at the same time; for they are polar opposites; does not the one (philosophy) ask questions and the other (religion) answers questions.