Articles By Vittorio Hernandez

Alligator

From Tech Apr 08

Viral Video: Electric Eel Zaps Hungry Alligator With 600 Volts, Both Sea Creatures Dead

On Monday, RYOT reported another reptile war between a hungry alligator and an electric eel. The battle wasn't lopsided in favour of the gator which is bigger in size than the fish.

Argentine boxer Marcos "Chino" Maidana, the current WBA welterweight champion, poses before a news conference in Buenos Aires March 13, 2014. Maidana will face WBC welterweight champion Floyd Mayweather of the U.S. in a unification title bout on

From Sports Apr 08

Boxing News 2014: WBC Middleweight Champion Sergio Martinez Joins Growing Number of Boxers Who Believe Maidana Can Beat Mayweather

Before Argentinean boxer Marcos Maidana came into the limelight after unbeaten boxer Floyd Mayweather Jr picked him over British pugilist Andre Khan, most of boxing fans view Money May as some sort of the ring's Superman cloaked with invincibility. His 45-0 record spoke for itself that almost automatically his next opponent was viewed as a sure loser.

Marijuana plants are seen in an indoor cultivation in Montevideo

From Global Markets Apr 08

Tweed Marijuana Stocks 3rd Most Traded in Canada, Up 183% in Friday Trading

It is not just the Wolf of Weed Street who made a lot of money on trading medical cannabis stocks. Early traders of Tweed Marijuana (TWD) shares on Friday, when the company became the first publicly traded producer of medical weed at the TSX Venture Exchange in Canada, also got a financial high.

Australia's Prime Minister Tony Abbott addresses during the CHOGM opening ceremony in Colombo

From Global Markets Apr 08

PM Tony Abbott Inks Japan Free Trade Deal; Opens Up Dairy, Beef, Wine Exports & Makes Available Cheaper Japanese Cars, Hi-Tech Devices to Aussies

Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott signed on Monday evening in Tokyo the Japan-Australia Economic Partnership Agreement with Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe. The multi-billion dollar agreement would cover the next 20 years and open doors for both Australian and Japanese markets for each others' products.

A man travelling on a stolen passport on the missing Malaysian Airlines flight MH370 was a young Iranian who has no links to terrorists.

From Travel Apr 07

Malaysian Airlines Flight 370: Signals from Pings Indicate Black Box Could be 14,764 Feet Underwater, Deeper than Titanic Wreck

Indications that three pings received by a Chinese and Australian vessel are from a black box are raising hopes from the international community that it would finally lead to the location of the Malaysian Airlines Boeing 777 jet believed to have crashed into the Indian Ocean.

Manny Pacquiao vs. Brandon Rios Boxing Fight in Macau: Pacquiao Wins!

From Sports Apr 07

Boxing News 2014: Philippine Tax Bureau Eyes Proceeds of Pacquiao’s Rematch With Bradley to Settle Alleged Tax Debt; Bradley Vows to Throw Left Hook to KO Pacman

While sports fans are eagerly anticipating next week's rematch between eight-division titleholder Manny Pacquiao and unbeaten American boxer Timothy Bradley to find out who's the better boxer, a Philippine government office is waiting for the same bout for another reason.

Cannabis found Drakelow in Kidderminster PIC: Reuters

From Global Markets Apr 07

Tips on Cannabis Stock Trading from the ‘Wolf of Weed Street’

A 35-year-old disaster consultant quit his job in December after making $515,000 so far in trading marijuana stocks. Thanks to the legalisation of cannabis in some states, trading in the once-prohibited drug - both in real leaf and on paper - is becoming a growing subsector in international stock trading.

Bumblebees Trained to Crack Puzzles for Treats: Researchers find

From Science Apr 07

Nose, Upper Lip & Penis Top List of Body Parts Considered Most Painful for a Bee Sting

Because of the painful bee sting on his nose, Michael Smith, a graduate student of Cornell University, was almost unwilling to have a third sting on his proboscis unlike 24 other body parts where he was bitten 5 times each as part of a science experiment.

Typhoon Haiyan

From Science Apr 07

German Advisor Warns Another Haiyan-Strong Typhoon Could Hit Philippines; Tropical Storm Peipah Enters Country’s Area of Responsibility

This early, Filipinos have been told to prepare for another typhoon whose strength could be as strong as Haiyan (Yolanda) which hit the Philippines in November 2013. The strongest typhoon on record, Haiyan killed about 6,000 people and destroyed a lot of homes and infrastructure in the Visayas region, and until now, families are still rebuilding their lives and homes.

MH370 Black Box Found? Chinese Ship Picks up Pulse Signal Possibly Emitted by the Missing Malaysian Plane’s Recorder

From Tech Apr 06

Malaysian Airlines Flight 370: Another Video Hoax Claims Missing Jet’s Black Box Found; Malaysian Officials Raise Possibility Plane May Never Be Found

As frustration start to creep in international efforts to search for the missing Malaysian Airlines Boeing 777, hoax news makers continue to attempt to make money out of the confusing situation. The latest fake news is that Flight 370's black box has allegedly been found, according to a Web sit...