Naruto 672 Prediction - The Merger

Sunday, 6 April 2014 2 comments

Naruto Sennin Rikudo God Mode
Naruto Rikudo God Mode

Naruto 672
Status: Prediction
Credits: DeadWay

Chapter 672 - The Merger
*Scene switches to Gai and Madara*

*Guy Panting*

Gai "It seems that even my last attack had little effect on this monster, I must use "that" move to win"

Madara "So my red blooded friend, any more dance moves left or was that your last dance?"

Gai "I'll show you a 2 step that will knock your socks off"

*Gai rips off his shirt, and starts screaming, his aura is now blue, green, and red*

Lee "Gai NOO!!, this attack could..."

*Flash back to Gai and Lee training*

*Gai is talking to Lee on the steps*

Gai "Lee, there comes a time where you must protect somebody important and you will do anything to protect them"

*Lee nods his head*

Gai "Many years ago, my father might die protected me and my team from the 7 swordsmen of the mist. He died but he killed 4 of them in the process"

Lee " Gai you told me and this team this story several times"

Gai "Right, just remember to go all out for those who you love"

Gai "Lee I need to ask you a favor...."

*A woman walks out the house carrying a baby with a full moutsache, bushy eye brows and a beard"

Gai "Lee, this is my son (Might Fly), i need you to promise me that if someting happens to me you will protect him with all your might"

*Lee salutes guy*

Lee "Yes sir, i will protect him the same way you protected me gotuson (note gotuson in japanese means father, Gai is Lee's father)

*Flashback ends*

Lee "Dad, i will protect my brother with all my might"

*Gai's aura is cracking the ground around them creating a ginormous windstorm and destroying the landscape from within miles*

Gai "Here goes nothing"

Gai "NIGHT MOTH!!!!!!"

Madara "!!"

*Scene switches to Rikudo senin's space time matrix*

Sage "You 2 are now linked inside this dimension togethor, in your current states you cannot defeat this enemy, but by becoming one you will become even stronger than my mother"

*Naruto has a confused look on his face*

*Sasuke turns his nose up and stares at the Sage*

Sasuke "I heard of this before, 2 people merging to become one for a short period of time to defeat the enemy"

*Naruto begins thinking of how he and sasuke would look and sakura's reaction*

Naruto "I don't know about this old man"

Sage "Fool, do you want to win or die and lose everything on a whim"

Sage "The bushy brow man is about to die after his last attack, we can't waste this opportunity"

Sasuke "What do we have to do"

Sage "Here touch my staff togethor and empty your chakra"

*Naruto looks confused but reaches his hand to touch the staff along with Sasuke*

*The sage makes a seal as both hands touch the staff*

*Naruto and Sasuke's body pull togethor creating a new warrior*

Sage "This power only last 20 minutes to make this quick"

Saruto "Right, we will surely win!!"

Saruto has Sasuke's clothes, with naruto's face, rinnengen eyes mixed with sage eyes, and a 9 tail chakra cloak with sage markings

*scene switches to the battlefield*

Gai "eat this and DIE!!!"

*Gai teleports behind madara and knocks him up to the sky 1000 feet*

*Madara is unable to recover and stop his ascension*

*Gai sprouts wings on his back like a moth and throws a cocoon like imprisonment at Madara*


Chapter end

Creating Narrative Tension in Novel (Part 1)

Saturday, 5 October 2013 0 comments

Narrative tension are the characters in a novel strain of developments and unresolved and unfulfilled needs. Therefore it is important to suggest the promise of a story in a dramatic context, so that a storyteller create characters who have a need to act, and act in spite of obstacles. When the characters of a story are prevented from getting what they want, experience narrative tension. By acting to earn some extra pain of a character (because the story / narrator raises obstacles) a character in a story of experiences growing narrative tension.
Narrative
In short, a narrator creates a character who can not refuse to act because of the costs of inaction, but there is a price to pay for performance.

Romeo in Romeo and Juliet is a great example of narrative tension. To act on his love for Juliet is to turn against his clan and family, not to act on his feelings for Juliet is to violate their sense of what is important to him. However, any action that increases pain.

Romeo is a great character because he will not even allow that block death to be with Juliet.

A novel (or memories) that lacks narrative tension is no longer convincing. It can appear to be episodic, events happen, but there is tension around a result of these events. Characters act, but there is tension generated around their actions.

That suggests the tension of the characters is only the first step to create narrative tension. The second step is to write about this tension so as to transfer the characters from one story to the audience a story. That's why the introduction of the promise of a story around a theme of human need is so important. When hearing a story is identified with the characters of a story and goals, which the public can also be taken to internalize the tension about whether a character achieves its goals.

While a great plot can help to engage an audience around to know what will happen next, when the public has internalized the tension of a narrative story, the audience needs to experience the history and resolution of compliance for the relief the tension created by the narrator.

The higher the voltage, the more attractive of the novel.

This is why keeping the promise of a story off the stage can be as lethal. That failure can lead to weak or absent narrative tension.

Generate narrative tension, then, begins with the opening sentences of a novel or story.

Narrative tension is comparable to an electric current that runs through a story. The weaker the current, less a story conveys an audience. The higher the current, the greater participation of the audience.

When I've worked or talked with the agents, the lack of narrative tension is the main reason for rejection of the novels.

Another way in this edition of the narrative tension ...

What does your character want your story begins ...

and ...

... What he or she blocks to get what they want? Wait the next article in Creating Narrative Tension in Novel (Part 2)

10 Amazing Nature Phenomena

Wednesday, 4 September 2013 8 comments

These are 10 Amazing Nature Phenomena

10. Ice Circles


An ice disc, ice circle, or ice pan is a natural phenomenon that occurs in slow moving water in cold climates. Ice circles are thin and circular slabs of ice that rotate slowly in the water. It is believed that they form in eddy currents. Ice discs have most frequently been observed in Scandinavia and North America, but they are occasionally recorded as far south as England and Wales. 

9. Red Tides


Red tide is a common name for a phenomenon known as an algal bloom (large concentrations of aquatic microorganisms) when it is caused by a few species of dinoflagellates and the bloom takes on a red or brown color. Red tides are events in which estuarine, marine, or fresh water algae accumulate rapidly in the water column, resulting in coloration of the surface water. It is usually found in coastal areas.

These algae, known as phytoplankton, are single-celled protists, plant-like organisms that can form dense, visible patches near the water's surface. Certain species of phytoplankton, dinoflagellates, contain photosynthetic pigments that vary in color from green to brown to red.

8. Columnar Basalt


During the cooling of a thick lava flow, contractional joints or fractures form. If a flow cools relatively rapidly, significant contraction forces build up. While a flow can shrink in the vertical dimension without fracturing, it can't easily accommodate shrinking in the horizontal direction unless cracks form; the extensive fracture network that develops results in the formation of columns. The topology of the lateral shapes of these columns can broadly be classed as a random cellular network. These structures are predominantly hexagonal in cross-section, but polygons with three to twelve or more sides can be observed. The size of the columns depends loosely on the rate of cooling; very rapid cooling may result in very small (<1 cm diameter) columns, while slow cooling is more likely to produce large columns.

7. Sun Dogs


A sun dog or sundog, also called a mock sun or a phantom sun, is an atmospheric phenomenon that creates bright spots of light in the sky, often on a luminous ring or halo on either side of the sun.

Sundogs may appear as a colored patch of light to the left or right of the sun, 22° distant and at the same distance above the horizon as the sun, and in ice halos. They can be seen anywhere in the world during any season, but they are not always obvious or bright. Sundogs are best seen and are most conspicuous when the sun is low.

6. Moeraki Boulders


The Moeraki Boulders are unusually large and spherical boulders lying along a stretch of Koekohe Beach on the wave cut Otago coast of New Zealand between Moeraki and Hampden. They occur scattered either as isolated or clusters of boulders within a stretch of beach where they have been protected in a scientific reserve. The erosion by wave action of mudstone, comprising local bedrock and landslides, frequently exposes embedded isolated boulders. These boulders are grey-colored septarian concretions, which have been exhumed from the mudstone enclosing them and concentrated on the beach by coastal erosion.

5. Penitentes


Penitentes, or nieves penitentes (Spanish for "penitente-shaped snows"), are a snow formation found at high altitudes. They take the form of tall thin blades of hardened snow, or ice, closely spaced with the blades oriented towards the general direction of the sun. Penitentes can be as tall as a person.

4. Light Pillars


A light pillar is a visual phenomenon created by the reflection of light from ice crystals with near horizontal parallel planar surfaces. The light can come from the Sun (usually at or low to the horizon) in which case the phenomenon is called a sun pillar or solar pillar. It can also come from the Moon or from terrestrial sources such as streetlights.


3. Catatumbo lightning


The Catatumbo Lightning is an atmospheric phenomenon in Venezuela. It occurs only over the mouth of the Catatumbo River where it empties into Lake Maracaibo. The frequent, powerful flashes of lightning over this relatively small area are considered to be the world's largest single generator of tropospheric ozone, that is, ozone that does not replenish the stratospheric ozone layer.

It originates from a mass of storm clouds at a height of more than 5 km during 140 to 160 nights a year, 10 hours per day and up to 280 times per hour. It occurs over and around Lake Maracaibo, typically over the bog area formed where the Catatumbo River flows into the lake.

After appearing continually for centuries, the lightning ceased from January to April 2010, apparently due to drought. This raised fears that it might have been extinguished permanently. The phenomenon reappeared after several months.

2. Cave of the Crystals


Cave of the Crystals or Giant Crystal Cave  is a cave connected to the Naica Mine 300 metres (980 ft) below the surface in Naica, Chihuahua, Mexico. The main chamber contains giant selenite crystals (gypsum, CaSO4·2 H2O), some of the largest natural crystals ever found. The cave's largest crystal found to date is 12 m (39 ft) in length, 4 m (13 ft) in diameter and 55 tons in weight. The cave is extremely hot with air temperatures reaching up to 58 °C (136 °F) with 90 to 99 percent humidity. The cave is relatively unexplored due to these factors. Without proper protection people can only endure approximately ten minutes of exposure at a time.

1. Pink and White Terraces


The Pink Terraces, or Otukapuarangi ("fountain of the clouded sky") in Māori, and the White Terraces, also known as Te Tarata ("the tattooed rock"), were natural wonders of New Zealand. They were thought to have been completely destroyed by the 1886 eruption of Mount Tarawera, being replaced by the Waimangu Volcanic Rift Valley.

The Terraces were formed by geothermally heated water containing large amounts of silicic acid and sodium chloride from two large geysers. These geysers were part of a group of 40 geysers in the nearby area.

The Pink and the White Terraces were 800 metres apart. The White Terraces were at the north end of Lake Rotomahana and faced away from the lake at the entrance to the Kaiwaka stream. They descended to the lake edge 40 metres below. The extra sunlight they received from facing north gave them a more bleached or white appearance. The Pink Terraces were about two thirds of the way down the lake sheltered from the harsh sun on the western shores, facing south-east. Their pink appearance (near the colour of a rainbow trout) was largely due to less sunlight reaching them and therefore less bleaching.


Sources: 
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ice_circle
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Red_tides
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Basalt#Columnar_basalt
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sun_dog
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Moeraki_Boulders
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Light_pillar
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Penitentes
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Catatumbo_lightning
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cave_of_the_Crystals
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pink_and_White_Terraces

7 Most Innovative and New Traffic Lights

Saturday, 3 August 2013 6 comments

1. Projected Traffic Light

Virtual Wall is an innovative device that makes it safer for pedestrians to cross the road by projecting laser images when the red traffic light is on.


Designed by Hanyoung Lee, the goal is to heighten driver and pedestrian awareness and to encourage both to follow the crosswalk rules.

2. Mobius strip Traffic Lights

To reduce clutter and visual distraction on the streets, Mobius Strip Lamp combines traffic lights and a street lamp.


3. LED Traffic Lights


The sign may have autonomous power supply in order to save electricity by batteries stored in solar energy.

At sections of roads with low traffic the sign can be equipped the sensor, which could switch on a sign for road users in advance. This could also help to save energy and prolong due date.

4. Droplet Traffic Light


Solar powered traffic light design features screens that display useful information like current weather and news.

5. Hourglass Traffic Light


Sand Glass concept illustrates the remaining time before the light changes by showing dropping pixels like a real hourglass.

6. UniSignal Traffic Light


That we have been using round traffic lights for ages now, with only the red-amber-green-colors for aid. How about prepping the system and broadening the spectrum of usage (by colorblind people) and change the shape of the lights!

7. Countdown Traffic Light



Innovative traffic light design features a countdown timer that displays how much time is left before the light changes.

Credits: http://www.wirecyber.com/2011/01/24/top7-the-most-innovative-new-traffic-lights/

 
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