Most Lethal #8


What are the 10 most lethal animals to humans and what are the 10 most lethal actions humans do to computers?

Either through ignorance or carelessness millions of humans die by these 10 animals and as well millions of computers are destroyed through ignorance or carelessness by these 10 actions by humans.


position of the cause of most humans death is:

Polar Bear JawsThe polar bear (Ursus maritimus) is the world’s largest carnivore species found on land. What does it eat?  Most of its diet consists of Ringed and Bearded Seals. The Arctic is home to millions of seals, which become prey when they surface in holes in the ice in order to breathe, or when they haul out on the ice to rest.

The polar bear’s most common hunting method is called still-hunting: The bear uses its excellent sense of smell to locate a seal breathing hole, and crouches nearby in silence for a seal to appear. When the seal exhales, the bear smells its breath, then with lighting speed locks his fish-hook like paws into the seal in the  the hole  and drags it out onto the ice. The polar bear then kills the seal by biting its head to crush its skull. The polar bear also hunts by stalking seals resting on the ice: Upon spotting a seal, it walks to within 100 yd (91 m), and then crouches. If the seal does not notice, the bear creeps to within 30 to 40 feet (9.1 to 12 m) of the seal and then suddenly rushes forth to attack. A third hunting method is to raid the birth lairs that female seals create in the snow. Polar bears have also been observed to eat a wide variety of other wild foods, including , birds, eggs, rodents, shellfish, crabs, adult walrus, beluga whales, other polar bears and people. In other words in the Arctic, if it moves, its food for the Polar bear!

Precautions:Unlike the conventional wisdom about bear attacks, “to never run but to play dead and he will leave you alone”, if the polar bear finds you laying on the ground like a seal and not fighting him he will eat you like he does a seal!  So if a polar bear comes after you  do what they tell you not to do with bears, RUN !If you spot a polar bear 100 yards off watching you then load your weapons. If he has suddenly appeared 30 to 40 feet closer and is in a crouching position preparing for a strike get ready to take aim and fire when he charges and do not stop firing until you have stopped him. No weapons? Then what are you doing in the Arctic around polar bears? RUN !! Polar bear are short sprinters and can not have their metabolic temperature exceed 50 degrees. There is a joke among the people of the arctic that goes like this, “never go out on the ice alone and make sure you can run faster than the person with you”. 🙂


position of the cause of most computer destruction is:

topmodedUpgrades or modifications that exceed the limit of the manufacturer.  Some time after the one year warranty ends the neurosis to upgrade or modify the computer affects the computer owner.  The source of the neurotic behavior is typically a teen or young adult gamester who goes by the alias of computer genius, guru or geek.  His infectious but technically inaccurate enthusiasm and his “advise by advertisements” convinces the owner, using technobable jargon, to overclock the processor or modify the computer case  that will disrupt the grounding of the computer circuits.  Or recommends the  incorrect memory upgrade to be installed, or because of his lack of training he causes static discharges to the micro-circuitry permanently damaging the computer.  Most of the time the young enthusiast recommends the additions and upgrades of components that exceed the total output of the power supply causing an imbalance of the circuitry and component damage.  The greatest amazement of all is his suprise at the degradation of motherboard and components after he  installs or removes components while the power is on and the motherboard is energised.

Precautions: when an enthusiast is present with an alias of computer genius, geek or guru, begin stretching exercises.  When his vocabulary changes and becomes totally unintelligible,  begin loading up your computer.  When he quotes from advertisements in magazines and blogs and declares that you have to overclock your processor and get an external water cooler to compensate for the heat; Run! 🙂


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One Response to Most Lethal #8

  1. Simon Lowell says:

    Hmm… Interesting! I always love reading the posts on this website.

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