You Know You Make Me Wanna

Dedicated to WordPress

To start it off, I know you know me

It was only last month
That I had a dream about us.

That’s why I am here, I’m writing this song.
To tell the truth you know I have been waiting all along;
Someway let me know you want me WordPress.

Everytime you see me what do you see?
I feel like I’m a blogger and you’re the logger.
Oh WordPress, you’re the only thing that I really need.

You make me wanna write in the middle of the night.
You make me wanna write till the morning light.
You make me wanna think, you make me wanna ink.
You make me wanna surrender my link.

I know this is a feeling that I just can’t fight.
You’re the first and last thing on my mind.
You make me wanna think, you make me wanna ink.
You make me wanna surrender my link.

Well I know that these feelings won’t end
They’ll just get stronger if I see you again.
WordPress I’m tired of being friends.
I wanna know if you feel the same
And could you tell me do you feel my pain?
Don’t leave me in doubt.

Everytime you see me what do you see?
I feel like I’m a blogger and you’re the logger.
Oh WordPress, you’re the only thing that I really need.

You make me wanna write in the middle of the night.
You make me wanna write till the morning light.
You make me wanna think, you make me wanna ink.
You make me wanna surrender my link.

I know this is a feeling that I just can’t fight.
You’re the first and last thing on my mind.
You make me wanna think, you make me wanna ink.
You make me wanna surrender my link.

The Daily Post Challenge: Opening Lines

What’s the first line of the last song you listened to (on the radio, on your music player, or anywhere else)? Use it as the first sentence of your post.

(“You know you make me wanna” is a song by BLUE. The first line of the song goes: “You know you make me wanna”. The skeleton (song) is the same; only some bones (words) are replaced). Enjoy WordPress! You deserve it! ūüėČ

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1rLIxXEtPmA

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The Frayed Mountain

A less traveled road on way to Munsyari, India.
A less traveled road on way to Munsyari, India.

A look back at the picture of this mountain road, a less traveled road on way to Munsyari, India, left us totally flabbergasted. We are still breathing!  It was a breathless journey for us, a memorable drive through the frayed edges of the mountain. Rains had frayed the mighty Himalayan mountain, leaving no visible traces of the road. A wrong move of the feet, hand or eye would have landed us down into the river.

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From Pangaea to Laurasia then Eurasia and Back!

A photo that tells us what ‘FRAY’ means. We could not find any better example to explain this word!

Our planet Earth
Our planet Earth in motion since ages

The animation above is an example to show what the word ‘FRAY’ means to us. We have presented a small description of how our Earth faced her wear and tear, and which even now is on the move, and how it is expected to unravel. If the story interests you, you can visit the links provided along with.

Pangaea or Pangea was a supercontinent that existed during the late Paleozoic and early Mesozoic eras. It formed approximately 300 million years ago and then began to break apart after about 100 million years. Pangaea was the first reconstructed supercontinent and its global ocean was accordingly named Panthalassa.

(http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pangaea)

Pangaea
The blue Ocean surrounding Pangaea is Panthalassa

Panthalassa, also known as the¬†Panthalassic Ocean, was the vast global¬†ocean¬†that surrounded the supercontinent¬†Pangaea, during the late¬†Paleozoic¬†and the early¬†Mesozoic¬†eras. It included the¬†Pacific Ocean¬†to the west and north and the Tethys¬†to the southeast. It became the Pacific Ocean, following the closing of the Tethys basin and the breakup of Pangaea, which created the¬†Atlantic,¬†Arctic, and¬†Indian Ocean¬†basins. The Panthalassic is often called the¬†Paleo-Pacific¬†(“old Pacific”) because the Pacific Ocean developed from it in the¬†Mesozoic¬†to the Present.

(http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Panthalassa)

There were three major phases in the break-up of Pangaea. The first phase began in the Early-Middle Jurassic (about 175 Ma), when Pangaea began to rift from the Tethys Ocean in the east to the Pacific in the west, ultimately giving rise to the supercontinents Laurasia and Gondwana. The rifting that took place between North America and Africa produced multiple failed rifts. One rift resulted in a new ocean, the North Atlantic Ocean.

The second major phase in the break-up of Pangaea began in the Early Cretaceous (150‚Äď140¬†Ma), when the minor supercontinent of Gondwana separated into multiple continents (Africa, South America, India, Antarctica, and Australia). About 200¬†Ma, the continent of Cimmeria, as mentioned above (see “Formation of Pangaea”), collided with Eurasia. However, a subduction zone was forming, as soon as Cimmeria collided.

The third major and final phase of the break-up of Pangaea occurred in the early Cenozoic (Paleocene to Oligocene). Laurasia split when North America/Greenland (also called Laurentia) broke free from Eurasia, opening the Norwegian Sea about 60‚Äď55¬†Ma. The Atlantic and Indian Oceans continued to expand, closing the Tethys Ocean.

Eurasia is the combined continental landmass of Europe and Asia, with the term being a portmanteau of its two constituents. Located primarily in the Northern and Eastern Hemispheres, it is bordered by the Atlantic Ocean on the west, the Pacific Ocean to the east, the Arctic Ocean on the north, and by Africa, the Mediterranean Sea, the Pacific Ocean and the Indian Ocean to the south.The division between Europe and Asia as two different continents is a historical and cultural construct, with no clear physical separation between them; thus, in some parts of the world, Eurasia is recognized as the largest of five or six continents.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Eurasia

Pangaea Ultima¬†(also called¬†Pangaea Proxima,¬†Neopangaea, and¬†Pangaea II) is a possible future¬†supercontinent¬†configuration. Consistent with the¬†supercontinent cycle, Pangaea Ultima could occur within the next 250 million years. This potential configuration, hypothesized by¬†Christopher Scotese, earned its name from its similarity to the previous¬†Pangaea¬†supercontinent. The concept was based on examination of past cycles of formation and breakup of supercontinents, not on current understanding of the mechanisms of tectonic change, which are too imprecise to project that far into the future. “It’s all pretty much fantasy to start with”, Scotese has said. “But it’s a fun exercise to think about what might happen. And you can only do it if you have a really clear idea of why things happen in the first place.”

Supercontinents describe the merger of all, or nearly all, of the¬†Earth’s landmass into a single contiguous¬†continent. In the Pangaea Ultima scenario,subduction¬†at the western Atlantic, east of the¬†Americas, leads to the subduction of the¬†Atlantic mid-ocean ridge¬†followed by subduction destroying the Atlantic and Indian¬†basin, causing the¬†Atlantic¬†and¬†Indian Oceans¬†to close, bringing the¬†Americas¬†back together with¬†Africa¬†and¬†Europe. As with most supercontinents, the interior of Pangaea Proxima would probably become a semi-arid¬†desert¬†prone to extreme temperatures.

(http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pangaea_Ultima)

Thanks to WordPress (the technology in disguise) for taking these small leaps ahead in unraveling the world population back to one platform! High-Five!

Below is another example of FRAY that we found to be unique! Check it out!

http://alphaditya.wordpress.com/2014/08/23/fray/

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