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Preparations for launch of NASA’s Mars Science Laboratory aboard an unmanned Atlas 5 rocket are on schedule for 10:02 a.m. EST this morning.
It’s bit cloudy at the Cape Canaveral launch site -- actually drizzling as NASA’s launch commentary started up at 7:30 a.m. -- but skies are expected to clear. Meteorologists are predicting a 70 percent chance the weather will be suitable for launch sometime during this morning’s one hour, 43 minute window

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Motorola DROID RAZR price in India,Slimmest Android Gingerbead Smart phone Review, Features and Specifications


Motorola DROID RAZR Review, Features and Specifications
  • Network Band: 2G (GSM 850 / 900 / 1800 / 1900 + CDMA 800 / 1900), 3G (HSDPA 850 / 1900 / 2100 + CDMA2000 1xEV-DO /LTE)
  • Operating System: Google Android OS, v2.3.5 (Gingerbread)
  • CPU: Cortex-A9 CPU
  • TI OMAP 4460 chipset
  • PowerVR SGX540 GPU
  • Processor Type: Dual-core
  • Processor Power: 1.2 GHz
  • Display Type: Capacitive touch screen
  • Display Colors: 16M colors
  • Display Screen Size: 4.3 inches (~256 ppi pixel density)
  • Display resolution: 540 x 960 pixels
  • Gorilla Glass display
  • Multitouch input method
  • Accelerometer sensor for UI autorotate
  • Proximity sensor for auto turnoff
  • Camera Size: 8.0 Mega Pixels
  • Camera Resolution: 3264 x 2448 pixels
  • Camera Support: Autofocus, LED flash
  • Camera Features: Touch-focus, face detection, geo-tagging and image stabilization
  • Video Recording: 1080p@30fps
  • Secondary Camera Size: 2.0 Mega Pixels @ 720p videos
  • Ring Tone type: Vibration, MP3, WAV ringtones
  • Loudspeaker Phone
  • 3.5mm audio Connector jack
  • Internal memory: 16 GB storage
  • Inbuilt RAM: 1GB RAM
  • Expandable Memory: Supports up to 32GB
  • microSD Card slot, 16GB card included
  • Internet Connectivity: GPRS/EDGE, 3G (Rev. A, up to 3.1 Mbps, LTE, HSDPA, HSUPA), Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n, DLNA and Wi-Fi hotspot
  • Data Transfer connectivity: Bluetooth v4.0 with LE+EDR, microUSB v2.0
  • Messaging SMS (threaded view), MMS, Email, Push Email, IM
  • HTML Browser
  • Stereo FM radio with RDS
  • Games
  • GPS with A-GPS support
  • Java via Java MIDP emulator
  • Splash resistant
  • HDMI port
  • SNS integration
  • Digital compass
  • Google Search, Maps, Gmail
  • Google Talk, Picasa and YouTube integration
  • Audio Format Support: MP3/AAC+/WAV/WMA player
  • Video Format Support: MP4/H.263/H.264/WMV player
  • Organizer
  • Document viewer/editor
  • Voice memo/dial/commands
  • Predictive text input
  • Battery Model: Li-Ion 1780 mAh
  • Stand-by: Up to 204 hours
  • Talk time: Up to 12 hours 30 min
  • Dimensions: 130.7 x 68.9 x 7.1 mm
  • Weight: 127 grams
  • Colors Choice: Black
Motorola DROID RAZR price in India is expected near to Rs. Rs. 14,550/-

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Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 Price, Samsung P7100 : Price in India

Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1

The Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 (P7100) is an upcoming Android tablet. Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 is powered by a 1GHz dual core processor and runs on Android 3.0 Honeycomb OS.
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The Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 P7100 sports a 10-1 inch WXGA TFT Touchscreen display (Bravia Engine) with 1280×800 pixels screen resolution, a 3 mega pixels primary camera with LED flash, 2MP secondary camera for video calls, HD video playback and recording, 3.5 mm jack, 16GB internal memory and more multimedia features.
The Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 P7100 is loaded with Android Market, Android Browser, Google applications, Social networkingm Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, and USB data connectivity.
Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 features and specs:
Dimensions: 246.2×170.4×8.6 mm
Network: 3G
OS: Android 3.0 Honeycomb
Processor: 1Ghz Dual Core processor
Display: 10-1 inch WXGA TFT Touchscreen display (Bravia Engine)
1280×800 pixels screen resolution
3 mega pixels primary camera with LED flash
HD video playback and recording
Secondary 2MP camera for video calling
Multi-format music player
3.5 mm jack
16GB internal memory
External memory slot
Applications: Android Market, Android Browser/UI, Google Mobile Service, Gtalk Video Chat, Google Maps
Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, USB data connectivity
Battery: 6860 mAh standard
Extra long batterylife
Weight: 599 gram

Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 Price

Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 price is Rs. 36,200 and will be available at the end of month.

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Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 price in India, Tablet Review, feature and specifications

Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 Review, feature and specifications
  • Network Band: 3G
  • Processor: 1 GHz Dual Core application
  • Operating System: Android 3.0 (Honeycomb)
  • Screen Display Size: 10.1 inches
  • Display Type: WXGA
  • Display Resolution - 1280 x 800 pixels resolution
  • Camera Size: 3.0 mega pixels
  • Camera Support: LED Flash
  • Video recording: HD (720p)
  • Video Playback: Full HD (1080p)
  • Secondary camera: 2.0 mega pixels for video calling
  • Samsung TouchWiz UX
  • Internet connectivity: WiFi 802.11 a/b/g/n, 3G
  • Data Transfer connectivity: Bluetooth 3.0, USB 2.0
  • Stereo Speaker
  • 3.5mm audio jack
  • Adobe Flash Player 10.2
  • Microsoft Exchange ActiveSync
  • Android Market
  • Samsung Mini Apps Tray
  • Gyroscope
  • Internal Memory: 16GB / 32GB / 64GB
  • Expandable memory: Supports another 32 GB with microSD card slot
  • Battery Model: 6800 mAh
Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 price in India is not yet declared. Please wait for local market price as its launch date is not announced.

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Amazing Space Pics: Aurora Borealis


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Amazing Space Pics: Aurora Borealis
In the distance on this beautiful night over Europe. The Strait of Dover is pretty clear as is Paris, the City of Lights. A little fog over the western part of England and London. It is incredible to see the lights of the cities and small towns against the backdrop of deep space. I am going to miss this view of our wonderful world(11-8-2010).

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Earth From Space Pics: Isle Juan de Nova


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Earth From Space Pics: Isle Juan de Nova
In the Mozambique Channel between Madagascar and the African mainland. The beautiful colors rival the amazing places in the Caribbea (11-15-2010).

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Incredible Photos from Space: ‘Earthshine’


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Incredible Photos from Space: ‘Earthshine’
The Space Station basking in blue Earthshine as the rising sun pierces our razor-thin atmosphere to cover the Space Station with blue light. I’ll never forget this place seeing this makes the heart soar and the soul sing (11-7-2010).

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Lonely Planet’s top 10 cities for 2011


Who doesn’t love a city? Lonely Planet has scoured the globe for next year’s hottest cities. Our top picks show that a city doesn’t need to be a heaving metropolis to get on the list. Then again, sometimes it helps. One of our favourites is the world’s largest city that cannot be reached by road. And there are even a couple of European cities that remain criminally underrated. Here they are, Lonely Planet’s top 10 cities for next year, ranked in order:

1. New York

Since 9/11, the site of the World Trade Center’s twin towers has stood out as a closed-off, out-of-view, painful gaping void. This year that changes, as the former WTC site finally reopens to the public with the National September 11 Memorial, a 6-acre, tree-filled plaza with 30ft-deep waterfalls at the footprint of the former towers, rimmed by the name of each victim and illuminated at night (its museum will follow in 2012). For the city, this will be more momentous than if the Yankees, Knicks, Rangers and Giants won simultaneous championships while the ball dropped in Times Square on New Year’s Eve. For all of New York, 11 September 2011 will be a defining moment.

2. Tangier

From its extraordinary position perched on the northwestern-most tip of Africa, Tangier looks in two directions: one face towards Spain and Europe, and the other into Africa. The ‘white city’ announces a culture excitingly different from that of its close cousins across the water. With the recent arrival of a new city governor, the town beach now sparkles, the hustlers are off the streets and even the taxi drivers are polite. A stylish new Tangier is being created with a dynamic arts community, renovated buildings, great shopping and chic new restaurants.

3. Tel Aviv

Tel Aviv is the total flipside of Jerusalem, a modern Sin City on the sea rather than an ancient Holy City on a hill. Hedonism is the one religion that unites its inhabitants. There are more bars than synagogues, God is a DJ and everyone’s body is a temple. Yet, scratch underneath the surface and Tel Aviv, or TLV, reveals itself as a truly diverse 21st-century Mediterranean hub. By far the most international city in Israel, Tel Aviv is also home to a large gay community, a kind of San Francisco in the Middle East. Thanks to its university and museums, it is also the greenhouse for Israel’s growing art, film and music scenes.

4. Wellington

Wellington is Cool-with-a-capital-C, crammed with more bars, cafes and restaurants per capita than New York, and a slew of gourmet producers including some 10 independent coffee roasteries. Year-round you’ll find arts and cultural events in abundance. Likewise, its film industry, ‘Wellywood’, centred on the Miramar Peninsula, is booming thanks in large part to the success of Wellingtonian Sir Peter Jackson (executive producer of the 2011 and 2012 Hobbit movies currently being made here). This little capital will be front-and-centre on the world stage in 2011 when New Zealand hosts the Rugby World Cup.

5. Valencia

Valencia sits coquettishly and again confidently along Spain’s Mediterranean coast. For centuries, it was overshadowed by larger Spanish cities – hard-nosed, commercially-minded Barcelona and Madrid, the nation’s capital. Not any more. While retaining its provincial charm, Spain’s third city now mixes with the international crowd. Host of a couple of America’s Cup yachting jamborees and an annual street circuit Formula 1 motor race, it’s also European Capital of Sport for 2011 and a favourite destination for conferences and congresses. Valencia enjoyed its golden age two full centuries before the rest of Spain.

6. Iquitos

After days forging by boat along rainforest-fringed rivers, Iquitos, mighty megalopolis of the Peruvian Amazon, comes as a shock to the system. Pulsating with life, the city’s latest boom is tourism: visitors may flock to reconnoitre the rainforest but taking time to imbibe Iquitos itself is imperative too. This is a sultry slice of Amazon life: Brazilian, Colombian, indigenous and expat. Clubs bounce to salsa and rock until the early hours with the vigour you’d expect of Peru’s jungle capital, but Iquitos is also a cultural hub: expect works by Peru’s top artists, opulent rubber-boom mansions and a museum on Amazon ethnography for starters. As a trading post for rainforest tribes, market mayhem and riverboat bustle are part of the package, all conspiring to fill the city with an addictive, round-the-clock energy.

7. Ghent

Here’s a secret within a secret: Ghent might just be the best European city you’ve never thought of visiting, in a country that continues to be criminally overlooked. Ghent hides away in the middle of Belgium’s big three – Brussels, Bruges and Antwerp. Most Belgium-bound visitors rushing between these see nothing more than the stately fortifications of Ghent’s St Pieter’s Station. Those who do hop off the train and stroll along the Leie River to the historic centre will have their eyes out on stalks. Here hides one of Europe’s finest panoramas of water, spires and centuries-old grand houses. But this is no place to simply kick back: Ghent has one of Europe’s most dynamic festival scenes, which vies for visitors’ attention. This year the entire centre will emerge from a major program of rebuilding designed to show off the huge pedestrianised squares.

8. Delhi

The great metropolis of Delhi, encompassing Old and New Delhi and sprawling out for miles, has not looked this smart and sparkling in centuries. Huge preparations for the Commonwealth Games, which took place in October 2010, improved the city’s infrastructure, cleaned up its streets and added to its accommodation options. Aside from, of course, a bounty of new or improved sporting facilities, there’s the marvellous artery of the Metro – an underground transport system that’s a futuristic, egalitarian world away from the sometimes chaotic, class-ridden situation above ground. This year marks 100 years since New Delhi was founded in 1911. At least eight cities are known to have been founded on this spot. The commemoration of this anniversary is sure to be a colourful and lively affair.

9. Newcastle

Is it Australia’s most underrated city? Anyone surprised to see Newcastle on the list of 2011′s hottest cities (and there’s a few of you, right?) probably hasn’t pulled in off the Pacific Highway, or at least not for a while. Newcastle flies under the radar of Aussies and international travellers in part because it’s overshadowed by its bigger, bolder and better-known sibling, Sydney, 150km south. But, at around one-tenth the size, Australia’s second-oldest city has Sydney-like assets: surf beaches, a sun-drenched subtropical climate, and diverse dining, nightlife and arts. Not only is Newcastle ideally located just two hours by road or rail or 30 minutes by plane or seaplane from Sydney, it’s less than an hour’s drive west to the Hunter Valley wineries, south to sailboat-filled Lake Macquarie, north to whale-watching and sharkfeeding at Port Stephens and to sandboarding at Stockton Beach (the southern end of the 32km-long beach is a five-minute ferry ride across Newcastle’s harbour).

10. Chiang Mai

If Chiang Mai were a person, it would be Bob Dylan. With a history dating back further than anyone can remember, its influence remains enormous. And despite its great age, there’s still a bohemian chic that makes it as relevant and hip as ever. Culture capital of Thailand, Chiang Mai was once the heart of the Lanna kingdom. Today those wanting to flee the bustle of Bangkok visit to lounge in coffee shops and drink in the city’s artisanal atmosphere. With a friendly, cosmopolitan feel, this is one easy, safe and pleasant place to explore. There are dozens of well-preserved temples here, too. Many new ecotours and adventure trips are appearing, and with a choice of river rafting, elephant rides, trekking and off-road cycling, even the biggest adrenaline junkie will be sated.

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Worlds Largest Animals On The Earth


World's Biggest Animals

Worlds Largest Animals On The Earth
Going to need a bigger boat :

Humans think of themselves as the most important creatures ever to walk the planet. But when it comes to size, humans are mere peanuts next to ballpark-sized animals. Here's a snapshot — you never know what a paleontologist will dig up — of some of the biggest animals that have walked our planet, present and past.

Pictured here is the megalodon, also known as Carcharocles megalodon. This creature was a 52-foot shark with jaws big enough to swallow a rhinoceros. It lived about 25 to 1.5 million years ago. Some believers think it may still lurk in our deepest oceans today, though there is no proof of this.

Worlds Largest Animals On The Earth
World's Biggest Dog  :

Say hello to this gargantuan specimen named Hercules, purportedly the Guinness Record holder for World's Biggest Dog. Hercules is an English Mastiff and has a 38 inch neck and weighs 282 pounds.

With "paws the size of softballs", the three-year-old monster is far larger and heavier than his breed's standard 200lb. limit. Hercules owner Mr. Flynn says that Hercules weight is natural and not induced by a bizarre diet: "I fed him normal food and he just grew, and grew, and grew”.


Worlds Largest Animals On The Earth
Giant short-faced bear :

The polar bear is currently the largest bear on Earth, standing at around 8 feet tall. That's still a few feet short of the biggest bear, which is thought to be the South-American giant short-faced bear. Also known as Arctodus, this bear is believed to have tipped the scales at 3,500 pounds and stood 11 feet tall, which is even taller than this diagram shows. Experts say this bear wandered South America from about 500,000 to 2 million years ago. Based on observations of a skeleton (click here for a photo) discovered in 1935 in Argentina, National Geographic reports that "there's nothing else that even comes close" in terms of this powerful meat-eater.

Worlds Largest Animals On The Earth
World's Biggest Horse :

Radar, a Belgian draught horse, is the World’s Tallest Living Horse. This huge horse, at 6ft 71/2in from hoof to shoulder, is from Mount Pleasant, Texas. At 2,400lb, he has a giant appetite to match, putting away 20 gallons of water a day and 18lb of grain.


Worlds Largest Animals On The Earth
Argentavis :

The largest bird to fly, Argentavis magnificens, was believed to have flown like a high-performance glider, according to experts. This bird was believed to have lived 6 million years ago in Argentina. It was close to the size of a Cessna 152 airplane. As NPR reports, this bird was rather like "a bald eagle with wings that stretch for 21 feet from tip to tip and feathers the size of Samurai swords." It is believed to have soared on the winds like a glider and could reach speeds of up to 150 mph. Experts are still not sure how it achieved landing and takeoff.

Worlds Largest Animals On The Earth
World’s Biggest Cow :

As big as a small elephant, Big Cow Chilli and he's described as a gentle giant. Chilli the giant bullock stands at 6ft 6ins and weighs well over a ton. Despite his grand stature, Chilli only grazes on grass during the day and enjoys the occasional swede as a treat.

Worlds Largest Animals On The Earth
World's Biggest Pig :

The Liaoning Provincial Agricultural Museum is appealing to the Guinness Book of Records to recognise a 900 kg (1984 pounds) pig which died on February 5 as the biggest pig ever. When the pig died it was 2.5 metres long, had a waistline of 2.23 metres and a tusk of 14.4 centimetres long. According to XU Changjin, a farmer of Wafangdian city, the pig was only 5 years old. He kept his pig in a good built sty and gave it quality food all its life.

Worlds Largest Animals On The Earth
Reticulated python :

The animals of prehistory were massive, but there are definitely some heavyweights that exist today. The longest snake is the reticulated python and it generally reaches lengths of up to 20 feet — though the record is 33 feet. They are usually tame but can be "a jumpy and unpredictable species." They are often kept as pets but can turn out to be too much for their owners (click here for a photo of nine men holding one). Python reticulatis is found in the lakes and rivers of Central and South America. It is non-venomous, but it could kill a grown man through strangulation.

Worlds Largest Animals On The Earth
World's Biggest Catfish :

At 646LB this Mekong Giant Catfish is the largest freshwater fish in the world. With nearly nine feet long (2.7 meters) and as big as a grizzly bear, this huge catfish caught in northern Thailand may be the largest freshwater fish ever recorded. Although there are many claims and rumours about the world’s largest freshwater specimens, especially from misguided anglers. However, in the eyes of scientist's the Mekong Giant Catfish has taken pole position with the recorded capture of this huge 646LB specimen by local fishermen in 2005. Many anglers over look the fact that some larger fish that can be caught in the worlds rivers, such as Sturgeon, migrate between river and sea, and therefore not considered to be freshwater species in the true sense of the word.

Worlds Largest Animals On The Earth
The blue whale :

There's one animal that exists today that measures up to the ancient behemoths. The blue whale can measure up to 100 feet in length and weigh as much as 150 tons. Today most blue whales only reach lengths of 75 to 80 feet because whale hunters tend to target the largest of the species, according to experts. About 50 people could stand on the tongue of an adult blue whale. Even a baby blue whale is gigantic — a newborn calf can be as long as 25 feet and drink as much as 100 gallons of its mother's milk a day. Endangered since the mid-1960s, only 10,000 blue whales are believed to still exist.

Worlds Largest Animals On The Earth
World's Tallest Dog :

Hercules might be the biggest dog in the world, but the tallest according to the Guinness World Records is Gibson, a Harlequin Great Dane, who is 42.2 inches. The 170-pound Dane is more than 7 feet tall, taller than most NBA basketball players.

Worlds Largest Animals On The Earth
African elephant :
While the blue whale is the largest animal in the ocean, the African elephant is the biggest land animal. The African elephant can live as long as 70 years, can stand as high as 13 feet in the shoulder and weigh as much as 14,000 pounds. They are perhaps among the cleanest animals on the planet, as National Geographic notes that the animal enjoys a good trunk shower, "often spray(ing) its skin with a protective coating of dust." Like the blue whale, its existence on Earth is threatened.

Average weight: 8500 kg
Maximum weight: 13000 kg
Average length: 6.66 meters


Worlds Largest Animals On The Earth
White Rhinoceros
Average weight: 2350 kg
Maximum weight : 
3850 kg
Average length : 
3.81 meters
Worlds Largest Animals On The Earth
Hippopotamus

Average weight: 2500 kg
Maximum weight: 3400 kg
Average length: 3.35 meters
Worlds Largest Animals On The Earth
Gaur
Average weight: 1600 kg
Maximum weight: 
1800 kg more
Average length: 
2.99 meters
Worlds Largest Animals On The Earth
Giraffe
Average weight: 1400 kg
Maximum weight: 
2150 kg
Average height: 
4.69 meters
Worlds Largest Animals On The Earth
Walrus
Average weight: 1200 kg
Maximum weight: 
2150 kg
Average length: 
3.35 meters
Worlds Largest Animals On The Earth
Black rhinoceros
Average weight: 1150 kg
Maximum weight: 
1900 kg
Average length: 
3.43 meters
Worlds Largest Animals On The Earth
Marine Crocodile
Average weight: 785 kg
Maximum weight: 
1600 kg
Average length: 
6.10 meters

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World's 10 Best Places to Live

Where would you be the safest if World War 3 broke out tomorrow? Perhaps it’s a grim subject, but safety and distance from world conflict can be a motivating factor in your choice to expatriate. At the very least, conflict around the world can weigh heavy on the soul, and it’s nice to know there are some places still left in the world where you might be left in peace. Thus, we’ve assembled a list of the 10 best places to live if you want to escape world conflict.

Best Place To Live In The World
Switzerland
Switzerland’s long history of neutrality and its tucked away location among the valleys of the Alps still make it a safe bet, even despite having a high number of bordering nations. It helps that neighboring Austria is also considered a neutral nation.



Best Place To Live In The World

Costa Rica

Costa Rica has a stable democracy, a disbanded military and a national policy of neutrality. It also ranks highly on the Global Peace Index, Happy Planet Index, and Life Satisfaction Index. Although it sits in the middle of a tumultuous region, there are far worse places to sit in peace as the world goes down in flames all around.



Best Place To Live In The World

Papua New Guinea

There are regions of Papua New Guinea that are still being discovered for the first time. The canopy covered, mountainous nation contains some of the most isolated places in the world. Tuck yourself away in a nook here and it may be one of the few places left where you can completely insulate yourself from the outside world.



Best Place To Live In The World

Canada

Canada is the second largest nation in the world, yet it only shares a land border with one other country– the U.S.A.– and it is a peaceful border. That means there is a great expanse to escape to, if need be. Furthermore, Canada has few world enemies, ranks consistently high on the Global Peace Index, and is relatively homogeneous.


Best Place To Live In The World

Seychelles

Aside from being safely isolated from the rest of the world in the middle of the Indian Ocean, this beautiful island nation is a great place to forget about your worries. Isolation is the key here. And conflict is as transparent as the water.


Best Place To Live In The World

Finland

Finland has a long history of desiring to stay out of international conflicts, is recognized as neutral and always ranks in the top 10 of the Global Peace Index. It’s northerly location also typically means the remote areas of this country are a perfect place to disappear.


Best Place To Live In The World

Tuvalu

Isolated in the middle of Micronesia, Tuvalu is among the safest and most remote places in the world. It is the third least populated country on Earth, and the forth smallest. There are only a few places more distant from the world’s strife than Tuvalu.


Best Place To Live In The World

Iceland

Iceland, of course, has no borders, has remote locations, is stable as a country and has virtually no world enemies. Its people are happy and the nation always ranks highly on the Global Peace Index. If world conflict erupts, Iceland is one of the few stable nations in the world unlikely to get caught up in the middle.


Best Place To Live In The World

Bhutan

Landlocked among the Himalaya mountains, Bhutan is one of the most isolated nations in the world. It also showcases one of the most stable balances in the world between moderization and retention of ancient culture. Its religious population believes in peaceful resolution to all conflict, and although it sits in a troubled region, it remains protected by its geography.


Best Place To Live In The World

New Zealand

New Zealand might be the most isolated and expansive fully developed nation in the world. It shares no borders, sits relatively distant from any other nation, has no real national enemies, has a safe democracy and a diverse landscape with many remote places to hide away within

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