Moymoy Palaboy & Roadfill with an appearance of Pinoy Biscuit Blogger DCRJ (Dr. Dan C. Rivera, Jr.) in the music video 'Rugby Boy' from the moymoypalaboy 'Uploaded' Album CD/DVD Moymoy Palaboy & Roadfill at DCRJ's clinic January 30, 2009


Thursday, July 31, 2008

HEART EVANGELISTA as CHIKA MINUTE Reporter in 24 Oras - Pics & Video July 31, 2008

Here's a true Kapuso star literally!, it's Heart Evangelista subbing for Pia Guanio temporarily as reporter in 24 ORAS's Chika Minute showbiz happenings.

Heart Evangelista reports on Jolina Magdangal's visit to the Magsaysay Maritime Institute honoring the coast guards and crew in connection with Magdangal's movie 'I.T.A.L.Y.'



Here are some snapshots of the lovely Heart Evangelista

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Filipino Inventor VIRGILIO 'BILLY' MALANG : VITAMIN BEER, RICE BEER, TAGAY CUP, ANTI-HANGOVER CAPSULE & Other 'INNOVENTIONS'


Filipino inventor Virgilio “Billy” L. Malang invented a Vitamin B Fortified Beer called 'VITAMIN BEER' which won a gold medal at the European Union-sponsored Genius-Europe competition at the Budapest Fair Center in Hungary in May 2004 and bagged the Romanian Ministry Education and Research Cup among 1,000 inventions by 540 inventors from 46 countries.

What's so special about Vitamin Bs ? The benefits of B vitamins include: maintain healthy skin and muscle tone, enhance immune and nervous system function, promote cell growth and division, reduce the risk of pancreatic cancer, and they also help fight the symptoms of stress, depression, and cardiovascular disease.

As you can see B vitamins are pretty important. Unfortunately, when drinking an excessive amount of alcohol Vitamin B is lost. Luckily, for all the alcoholic drinkers out there, Filipino inventor Virgilio "Billy" L. Malang has invented Vitamin Beer to help replenish Vitamin B.

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Aside from his Vitamin Beer, Malang has also produced a “tagay cup” good for three drinkers—with three handles and three cup lips assigned to each member of a drinking trio, and an anti-hangover capsule derived from “activated” coco shell charcoal.

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article source : Inquirer.Net and Inventorspot.Com

photo source : FHM.Com.Ph

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PHOEMELA BARANDA : Cover Babe for MAXIM MAGAZINE PHILIPPINES August 2008 Issue

Phoemela Baranda is the latest cover babe for Maxim Magazine Philippines in the August 2008 Issue.

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EMOTION-SENSITIVE ROBOTS and HIGH-POWERED JET PACK All Modern & High-Tech Inventions Today - Video & Pics July 30, 2008

Here's a video from 24 Oras featuring Emotion-sensitive robots and high-powered Jet Pack that looks crude, all futuristic inventions today July 30, 2008



Some snapshots from the video

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The Jet Pack prototype is still crude in design understandably, and it doesn't look like the jet packs used in the film 'Thunderball' where James Bond used a jet pack. I also remembered another film 'Rocket Man' which I saw in the early 1990s.

Here's an article from Yahoo News on the Jet PAck invention

Inventor says jet packs ready to take off

By DINESH RAMDE, AP Business Writer
Tue Jul 29, 6:57 PM ET


OSHKOSH, Wis. - This isn't how a jet pack is supposed to look, is it? Hollywood has envisioned jet packs as upside-down fire extinguishers strapped to people's backs. But Glenn Martin's invention is far more unwieldy — a 250-pound piano-sized contraption that people settle into rather than strap on.


As thousands looked on Tuesday, the inventor's 16-year-old son donned a helmet, fastened himself to a prototype Martin jet pack and revved the engine, which sounded like a motorcycle. Harrison Martin eased about three feet off the ground, the engine roaring with a whine so loud that some kids covered their ears.

With two spotters preventing the jet pack from drifting in a mild wind, the pilot hovered for 45 seconds and then set the device down as the audience applauded.

The Martin jet pack can — in theory — fly an average-sized pilot about 30 miles in 30 minutes on a full 5-gallon tank of gas. The apparatus was unveiled Tuesday at AirVenture Oshkosh 2008, the annual aviation convention of the Experimental Aircraft Association in east-central Wisconsin.

"Wow, that went better than expected," Glenn Martin said afterward, his accent revealing his New Zealand roots. "People will look back on this as a moment in history."

That remains to be seen. Federal regulations limit the use of such devices, and it's unclear whether people will shell out $100,000 for a jet pack whose capabilities have been demonstrated on paper but not in the air.

The Martin jet pack is designed to conform to the Federal Aviation Administration's definition of an ultralight vehicle, which weighs less than 254 pounds and carries only one passenger.

Although the FAA could always change its mind, the ultralight designation means riders won't need a pilot's license.

But don't expect to see commuters rushing to work by air instead of land. Ultralights can't be operated over congested areas, according to FAA regulations, and are to be used "exclusively for sport or recreational purpose."

That's fine, Martin said. He predicts the jet packs will start out as toys for the wealthy. Then, as law enforcement officials become more familiar with them, Martin envisions jet packs used by the military, border-patrol officials and search-and-rescue teams.

His white jet pack with black trim stands on a brick-sized base with two legs sprawled behind it. The pilot steps backward into the straps of a shoulder harness, his shoulder blades resting against two wide upward-facing fans that provide the thrust.

There's an emergency parachute that's effective above about 400 feet, and an impact-absorbing undercarriage that can soften a rough landing or short fall, Martin said.

He's still refining the safety features for those heights in between.

"A lot of it comes down to how do you fly, at what speed, at what angle," he said.

Like Kent Couch, the Oregon man who flew 235 miles earlier this month with 150 helium balloons attached to his lawn chair, Martin always wanted to soar through the air. He quit his job as a pharmaceutical sales rep to launch his jet-pack company.

Martin says venture capitalists are backing him, but he didn't give names.

Reaction to the test flight was mixed. Attendees with aviation backgrounds raved, calling it an engineering marvel and saying the 45-second flight was fantastic proof that the idea works. Others who hoped to see the machine go higher and move in different directions seemed generally disappointed.

Martin began taking orders Tuesday for jet packs to be delivered at next year's AirVenture, though he's keeping his sales expectations in check. After all, other entrepreneurs who chased the idea for about 50 years were unable to get off the ground.

German scientists experimented with jet pack technology during World War II as a way to help soldiers avoid mines.

Then scientists at Bell Labs produced a version that ran on hydrogen peroxide and provided a few seconds of lift.

Later a California company spent six years and millions of the military's dollars on the 8-foot-tall SoloTrek Exo-Skeletor Flying Vehicle. During a disappointing 2002 test flight the machine hovered a few feet off the ground for 19 seconds.

Two other companies are trying to sell jet packs now. Tecnologia Aeroespacial Mexicana in Cuernavaca, Mexico produces a custom-made rocket belt that costs $125,000. It uses hydrogen peroxide to power 20-second flights, according to the company's Web site. The rocket belts are mostly sold for use in advertising and promotions, such as halftime appearances at football games.

Jet Pack International, based in Denver, produces two hydrogen-peroxide models and one $200,000 jet pack that runs on jet fuel. An average-sized pilot could travel about nine minutes and 11 miles on the 5-gallon tank, the company said.

Jet Pack has "hundreds" of people on a waiting list for its jet fuel pack, spokeswoman Kelly McLear said, but she wouldn't say when it would be available.

"Our No. 1 priority is safety," McLear said. "We're not going to put a product on the market unless we've checked it a million times over and worked all the bugs out."

No other major companies have revealed plans to produce jet packs.

article source : http://news.yahoo.com/s/ap/jet_pack_launches;_ylt=AlAQawvCQv1wXTzaV_r5z1FsaMYA

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VEGETABLE-ENRICHED PANCIT CANTON NOODLES Cheap Food Alternatives from GO NEGOSYO, Supported by PGMA - 24 Oras July 30, 2008

Here's a video from 24 Oras featuring Vegetable-enriched pancit canton noodles, a cheaper alternative to the standard noodles but more nutritious. Project by Go Negosyo headed by Joey Concepcion and supported by President Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo.



Some snapshots from the video

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KRISTA RANILLO : Cover Babe for FHM PHILIPPINES August Issue 2008

Gorgeous babe Krista Ranillo, daughter of Matt Ranillo III, is the cover of FHM Philippines magazine in the August 2008 issue. She starred in the R-rated movie 'Paupahan' of which her dad didn't approve of the sexy scenes.

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Daddy's little girl

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JOEY DE LEON Disappointed on Tabloid Write-ups about 'EAT BULAGA SHOW in LOS ANGELES, California' - 24 Oras Video July 30, 2008

Here's a video featuring Joey de Leon disappointed on tabloid write-ups that their Eat Bulaga show in the U.S. wasn't a hit. Joey de Leon said that the video footage is the best indication that the show was indeed a box office hit.



Some snapshots of the video

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Wednesday, July 30, 2008

DAVID COOK To Have First Post-Idol Concert in the PHILIPPINES on January 27, 2009 - Video 24 Oras July 30, 2008

David Cook confirmed that he'll have his first post-Idol concert in the Philippines before the U.S. tour, in fact David Cook has already booked the concert on a specific date which January 27, 2009.

Here's the video from 24 Oras



Here are some snapshots from the video

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EB BABES 'Itaktak Mo O Tatakbo' Dance Intro in Segment Video Compilation - July 3rd and 4th week, 2008

Here are some dance video compilation of the EB BABES from the 3rd to 4th week of July, 2008. Recorded, compiled and uploaded to YouTube by DCRJ



Some snapshots from the video

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