Tuesday, July 31, 2012

The Fastest (street legal) Super Bike for 2012: MTT Turbine Superbike Y2K: 370kph

The Fastest (street legal) Super Bike for 2012: MTT Turbine Superbike Y2K: 370kph

#The MTT Y2K superbike is the world’s first turbine powered street legal motorcycle in its class, and has been recognized by Guinness World Records as the “Most Powerful Motorcycle Ever to Enter Series Production” and the “Most Expensive Production Motorcycle”. The Y2K is powered by a Rolls Royce Allison gas turbine engine, and the superbike has demonstrated over 300 hp and 425 ft/lbs of torque on the Dyno Jet 200, and has been clocked at a record-breaking 227 mph.


9 de Julio Avenue in Buenos Aires, Argentina, is not just any street. Nine lanes wide, with gardened medians between the opposing flow of traffic, this is the widest street in the world. 9 de Julio Avenue is only 1 km long but 110 meters wide.

Einstein - The Smallest Horse In The World

Einstein - The Smallest Horse In The World (Picture-2)

14 inches and six pounds at birth April 22.

This pint-size pinto is a perfectly proportioned horse and was born at the Tiz A Miniature Horse Farm in Barnstead, N.H. to breeder Judy Smith. The tiny foal is owned by Dr.Rachel Wagner, a family practice physician, and her husband Charles Cantrell, a music producer, who live in Bellingham, Wash., but summer in N.H. This mini-stallion could be a contender for the Guinness World Book of Records since the title of smallest horse is currently held by Thumbelina, a chestnut mare born in 2001 who was 11 inches and 8.5 pounds at birth.

"So we have this little foal that was born here on this miniature horse farm that set the Guinness World Record for smallest baby horse," says Wagner. "He's very perfect- looking little boy, not dwarfy at all."

Einstein is about the size of a toy poodle. Not a preemie, Einstein was born three days after his due date to a miniature white mare, according to the Concord Monitor. He has a white with black face, black ears and black spots on his side. He loves to be scratched on the back of the neck, but not on the rump and frolics freely outside of the red barn where he lives

Youngest MD: 21-year-old Sho Yano sets world record

Youngest MD: 21-year-old Sho Yano sets world record~
Chicago, IL, USA -- Sho Yano, who was reading at age 2, writing at 3 and composing music at 5, will graduate this week from the Pritzker School of Medicine, here he also received a Ph.D. in molecular genetics and cell biology - setting the new world record for the Youngest MD, according to the World Records Academy: www.worldrecordsacademy.org/.

Photo: Sho Yano, who is graduating this week, is the youngest student to ever receive an MD degree from the University of Chicago.


Personal Rapid Transit (PRT) also called a Podcar which was first implemented in Masdar City, UAE in November 2010. Now at least you don't have to worry about someone snoring in front of you during the commute to work. You get the train all for yourself!

Diamond Ring Hotel at Abu Dhabi

The Diamond Ring hotel is just a concept right now..
Not only that London has its own giant ferris wheel known as London Eye (135 metre high), Dubai in United Arab Emirates will be having its own similar structure called the Great Dubai Wheel.
It will be a 185 metre ferris wheel. Well, maybe due to egoistic problem, the emirates next to it, Abu Dhabi, may have one such structure to lure visitors to their emirates.

Helix Bridge – Singapore

The Helix Bridge , also known as the Double Helix Bridge , is a pedestrian bridge which connects the Marina Centre with Marina South in the Marina Bay area in Singapore. It was opened in April 24, 2010. The special spirals of the bridge take the shape of DNA: the element at the root of life. This bridge hence symbolize life, renewal and growth.

The Flame Nebula

The Flame Nebula sits on the eastern hip of Orion the Hunter, a constellation most easily visible in the northern hemisphere during winter evenings. This view of the nebula was taken by WISE, NASA's Wide-field Infrared Survey Explorer.
This image shows a vast cloud of gas and dust where new stars are being born. Three familiar nebulae are visible in the central region: the Flame Nebula, the Horsehead Nebula and NGC 2023. The Flame Nebula is the brightest and largest in the image. It is lit by a star inside it that is 20 times the mass of the sun and would be as bright to our eyes as the other stars in Orion's belt if it weren't for all the surrounding dust, which makes it appear 4 billion times dimmer than it actually is.

BrahMos supersonic cruise missile

India today test-fired BrahMos supersonic cruise missile as part of a user trial by the Army from a test range at Chandipur off Odisha coast.

The missile, which has a flight range of up to 290 km, is capable of carrying a conventional warhead of 300 kg.

Brahmos Aerospace, an Indo-Russian joint venture company headed by a distinguished Indian defence scientist, is also working to develop the air as well as the submarine launch version of the missile system and work on the project is in progress.


Antilia, situated in Mumbai (INDIA) reportedly the most expensive home in the world belonging to businessman Mukesh Ambani. The cost of the building is over $2 billion (Rs. 4,500 crore) which exceeds the construction cost of Burj Khalifa, currently the world's tallest building.

Features of the home include:

*400,000 square feet (37,000 m2) of living space, (in comparison the Palace of Versailles occupies 721,206 square feet of floor space)
*Parking space for 168 cars.
*A one-floor vehicle maintenance facility.
*Nine elevators in the lobby.
*Three helipads and an air traffic control facility.
*Health spa, yoga studio, small theatre with a seating capacity for 50 on the eighth floor, there is a swimming pool, three floors of hanging gardens, and a ballroom.
*An ice room infused with man-made snow flurries.
*Custom hand carved rare marble pillars and stonework.
*Worlds largest collection of antique sewing machines.

Monday, July 30, 2012

Sky Lantern Festival - Taiwan.

Sky Lantern Festival - Taiwan.
 Every Chinese New Year (mid-January to mid-February depending on the lunar calendar), thousands of revelers descend upon Pingxi, a small township nestled among the mountains in northeastern Taipei County, an hour’s drive from Taipei. During the celebration, between 100,000-200,000 lanterns are launched.

Lantern launching began in the region when the Han settled there. There was much crime in the area so lanterns were released to let others know they were safe. It eventually evolved into a large-scale lantern festival when the area’s coal mines closed in the late twentieth century and the villagers needed a new source of income.
During the Pingxi Sky Lantern Festival, stalls selling paper lanterns, miniature toy lanterns, food and fireworks line the streets. At night, hundreds of lanterns are simultaneously launched from a school field and visitors can buy their own lanterns. Before launching the lanterns, which cost NT$100-NT$200 (US$3.25-US$6.50), people can pick the lantern color and write their wisheson the lantern. Sparklers are an option add-on. It is believed the wishes are sent to heaven and bring luck in the New Year.

There’s a city in the middle of the Caspian Sea

There’s a city in the middle of the Caspian Sea, 25 miles from the coast.

It's history goes back to the beginning of the Cold War. Just as World War II ended, Russia was recovering from the Nazi invasion and was seeking a source for oil. Back then, Russia’s oil reserves weren’t discovered to the extent that they are today. Most of their oil came from Southern Russia and the Caspian Sea region (instead of northern Siberian regions, like today).

With growing interest in the oil at the bottom of Caspian Sea, as oil reserves began to run dry, someone decided it would be a good idea to construct a city 42 kilometers (25 miles) off the coast to retrieve more oil. The Soviet leaders approved the plan and it was well funded. In just a few months, an actual town was built floating on the water in the middle of nowhere.

Called Neft Daşları, or “Oil Rocks,” it was originally built on giant steel blocks coming all the way from the sea bottom, hundreds of feet down. The city still exists today, built continuously on landfill. Its present population is about 5,000.

Scientists revived a 30,000 year old extinct flower.

Scientists revived a 30,000 year old extinct flower.

The flower is called Silene stenophylla, and thanks to a team of Russian scientists, it is the oldest plant ever to be regenerated. The regeneration has been so successful that the flower can easily produce viable seeds and grow. The regeneration process was made possible by a piece of fruit and seeds that were stuck in Siberian permafrost, containing the makeup for Silene stenophylla.

It seems the experiment also proved that permafrost can serve as a natural preserver for ancient life forms. The regeneration of this flower has been a bit of a watershed, as it’s now paved the way for further plant regenerations and has opened the door for further research into permafrost as a biological preserver.

All of this was possible thanks to a squirrel that burrowed into the ground to leave some food. Svetlana Yashina, who led the regeneration team, says that the flower looks much like its modern counterpart, and has adapted very well into nature. The team hopes that animal tissue is in the future of regeneration.

An ice cream headache

An ice cream headache is the direct result of the rapid cooling and rewarming of the capillaries in the sinuses. the cold temperature causes the capillaries in the sinuses to constrict and then experience extreme rebound dilation as they warm up again.In the palate, this dilation is sensed by nearby pain receptors, which then send signals back to the brain via the trigeminal nerve, one of the major nerves of the facial area. This nerve also senses facial pain, so as the neural signals are conducted the brain interprets the pain as coming from the forehead—the same "referred pain" phenomenon seen in heart attacks. Brain-freeze pain may last from a few seconds to a few minutes.

To relieve pain, pressing the tongue against the roof of the mouth to warm the area or tilting the head back for about 10 seconds. Another method to relieve ice cream headaches is to drink a liquid that has a higher temperature than the substance that caused the ice cream headache.

World’s largest bar of Chocolate:

A chocolate bar weighing a massive 4,410kg(9,722 lb) has been made in Armenia. The super-sized sweet was made by Grand Candy to celebrate their 10th anniversary. It took 48 hours to mix the chocolate, five of which were spent roasting and grinding cocoa beans.

The huge bar is 5.6m long and 7.75m wide, and is officially the Guinness World Records’ largest bar of chocolate. Experts think it would take 107 years for one person to eat the entire thing. Instead, it will be broken into pieces and shared among the public in Yerevan.

Too much vitamin D could be harmful to heart ..

Studies have shown that vitamin D is critical for bone health and could have a protective benefit for the heart, but new research suggests that too much of it could actually be harmful.
n conducting the study, published issue of the American Journal of Cardiology, researchers examined five years of data from a national survey of more than 15,000 adults. They found that people with a normal levels of vitamin D had lower levels of a c-reactive protein (CRP), a marker for inflammation of the heart and blood vessels.
On the other hand, when vitamin D levels rose beyond the low end of normal, CRP also increased, resulting in a greater risk for heart problems.

Claudia Mitchell - first woman to have a bionic arm

Claudia Mitchell - first woman to have a bionic arm -
a prosthetic limb that she controls with her mind.

Charge your Laptop&Mobile from Air

Have you ever imagine that you can get rid of power supply cable and make your laptop or mobile phones truly portable while you are on the move? It seems like a dream that you can charge up your laptop, mobile phone or home appliances from the air without even plugged into the power socket. But now, the invention looks set to be a great breakthrough with a demonstration of a 60W light bulb powered up from a power source located two meters away wirelessly by a group of MIT researchers.

Wireless Electricity

WiTricity is based on the simple physics principal that energy can be transferred wirelessly by utilizing magnetically coupled resonance. It involved a pair of copper coils for the energy transmission. One coil, acts as the transmitter, generates a magnetic field oscillating in MHz range and on the other end, another coil act as the receiver resonates with the generated magnetic field and convert the energy back to electricity which then be used to power up the laptop continuously.

The advantage of using this method of transferring energy is it is more efficient, about 40-45% efficient and less hazardous to human body as compared to electromagnetic radiation. Furthermore, there is no line-of-sight requirement which tend to degrade the efficiency significantly with obstacles. Take a look on how the team demonstrating the setup while obstructing the line of sight between both transmit and receive coils in proof of concept stage and feature about WiTricity in BBC.

Bubble eyed goldfish

Bubble eyed goldfish
this fish are mainly known as ornamental aquarium fish and noted for their unusual bubble eye,its completely normal,the bubbles began to grow when they are little babies,as they grow the bubble grows with them,and when the bubble grows a lot bigger,it pops,and new bubble grow in that place...weird but amazing

Wisteria Tunnel

The Wisteria Tunnel
Jaw-Dropping Beauty!
This stunning flower walkway is
known as the Wisteria Tunnel,
situated in the Kawachi Fuji
Garden in Kitakyushu, Japan...!

Sunday, July 29, 2012

The horned toad can SHOOT BLOOD out of its eyes.

The horned toad can SHOOT BLOOD out of its eyes.
To confuse predators, it squirts blood from its eye ducts with a range of up to 3 feet. The blood contains a chemical that is noxious to predators like wolves and coyotes.
Horned Toads can also inflate their bodies to almost twice their size, like the Puffer Fish.

The Cullinan diamond ($ 400 Million)

The Cullinan diamond ($ 400 Million)

The Cullinan diamond is now mounted on the head with sticks Cross, and is the largest rough gem-quality diamond ever found, at 3,106,75 carat with 621.35 g. Polishing stones from the largest gems named Cullinan I or Star Africa First, and at 530.2 carats (106.0 g).The price of this diamond is about $ 400 million

The Fastest Bike in the world

The Fastest Bike in the world
TOMAHAWK (Not a Legal Bike)

The Stunning Sombrero Galaxy

This is a real picture, taken by the Hubble telescope. This beautiful galaxy has a huge 'dust' ring around it, but it has very few stars in the center. Instead, the core has a super-massive black hole.
Black holes are like huge gravitational vacuum cleaners that suck matter in, and the vacuum bag gets VERY FULL (but very squished). The core of the Sombrero Galaxy has a mass 1 billion times the mass of our sun.


The largest of its kind, the High Energy Stereoscopic System (H.E.S.S.) II telescope stands in the foreground of this photo. Tilted horizontally it reflects the inverted landscape of the Namibian desert in a segmented mirror 24 meters wide and 32 meters tall, equal in area to two tennis courts. Now beginning an exploration of the Universe at extreme energies, H.E.S.S. II saw first light on July 26. Most ground-based telescopes with lenses and mirrors are hindered by the Earth's nurturing, protective atmosphere that blurs images and scatters and absorbs light. But the H.E.S.S. II telescope is a cherenkov telescope, designed to detect gamma rays - photons with over 100 billion times the energy of visible light - and actually requires the atmosphere to operate. As the gamma rays impact the upper atmosphere they produce air showers of high-energy particles. A large camera at the mirror's focus records in detail the brief flashes of optical light, called cherenkov light, created by the air shower particles. The H.E.S.S. II telescope operates in concert with the array of four other 12 meter cherenkov telescopes to provide multiple stereoscopic views of the air showers, relating them to the energies and directions of the incoming cosmic gamma rays.

NASA and University Researchers Find a Clue to How Life Turned Left

Researchers analyzing meteorite fragments that fell on a frozen lake in Canada have developed an explanation for the origin of life's handedness – why living things only use molecules with specific orientations. The work also gave the strongest evidence to date that liquid water inside an asteroid leads to a strong preference of left-handed over right-handed forms of some common protein amino acids in meteorites. The result makes the search for extraterrestrial life more challenging.

"Our analysis of the amino acids in meteorite fragments from Tagish Lake gave us one possible explanation for why all known life uses only left-handed versions of amino acids to build proteins," said Dr. Daniel Glavin of NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center in Greenbelt, Md. Glavin is lead author of a paper on this research to be published in the journal Meteoritics and Planetary Science.

NASA Researchers Discover the Origin of a Major Aspect of Creation of Life

Researchers analyzing meteorite fragments that fell on a frozen lake in Canada have developed an explanation for the origin of life's "handedness" – why living things only use molecules with specific orientations. The work also gave the strongest evidence to date that liquid water inside an asteroid leads to a strong preference of left-handed over right-handed forms of some common protein amino acids in meteorites. The result makes the search for extraterrestrial life more challenging.

"Our analysis of the amino acids in meteorite fragments from Tagish Lake gave us one possible explanation for why all known life uses only left-handed versions of amino acids to build proteins," said Dr. Daniel Glavin of NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center in Greenbelt, Md. Glavin is lead author of a paper on this research to be published in the journal Meteoritics and Planetary Science.
In January, 2000, a large meteoroid exploded in the atmosphere over northern British Columbia, Canada, and rained fragments across the frozen surface of Tagish Lake. Because many people witnessed the fireball, pieces were collected within days and kept preserved in their frozen state. This ensured that there was very little contamination from terrestrial life.

"The Tagish Lake meteorite continues to reveal more secrets about the early Solar System the more we investigate it," said Dr. Christopher Herd of the University of Alberta, Edmonton, Canada, a co-author on the paper who provided samples of the Tagish Lake meteorite for the team to analyze. "This latest study gives us a glimpse into the role that water percolating through asteroids must have played in making the left-handed amino acids that are so characteristic of all life on Earth."

DSS image of Fomalhaut (ground-based image)

This image shows Fomalhaut, the star around which the newly discovered planet orbits. Fomalhaut is much hotter than our Sun, 15 times as bright, and lies 25 light-years from Earth. It is blazing through hydrogen at such a furious rate that it will burn out in only one billion years, 10% the lifespan of our star.

Primordial Quasar

The nearest quasars are now known to be supermassive black holes in the centers of galaxies. Gas and dust that falls toward a quasar glows brightly, sometimes outglowing the entire home galaxy. The quasars that formed in the first billion years of the universe are more mysterious, though, with even the nature of the surrounding gas still unknown. Above, an artist's impression shows a primordial quasar as it might have been, surrounded by sheets of gas, dust, stars, and early star clusters.

Exacting observations of three distant quasars now indicate emission of very specific colors of the element iron. These Hubble Space Telescope observations, which bolster recent results from the WMAP mission, indicate that a whole complete cycle of stars was born, created this iron, and died within the first few hundred million years of the universe.

Hubble Sees a Vapor of Stars

Relatively few galaxies possess the sweeping, luminous spiral arms or brightly glowing center of our home galaxy the Milky Way. In fact, most galaxies look like small amorphous clouds of vapor. One of these galaxies is DDO 82, captured by the Hubble Space Telescope. Though tiny compared to the Milky Way, such dwarf galaxies may contain between a few million and a few billion stars.

Saturday, July 28, 2012

Metropol Parasol

 The World’s Largest Wooden Structure, Seville, Spain~
Located at Plaza de la Encarnacion,the stunning sequence of undulating parasols comprises the world's largest wooden structure.

The parasols provide for shade, the game of light and shadows is quite out of the ordinary and attention grabbing through this architectural design.

When viewedfrom different angles, Metropol Parasol has a fantastic, daring, creativeand inventive sculpture-like repetitive geometric plan..

Largest Diamonds in the World

The Golden Jubilee, with the
weight of 545.67 carats, is the
largest faceted diamond in the
world. Rough stone weighed 755
carats and was discovered in
Premier mine, South Africa in
1985. The Golden Jubilee was
presented to the King of Thailand
in 1997 for his Golden Jubilee -
the 50th anniversary of his
coronation. Prior to this event, the
stone was simply known as the
Unnamed Brown. Estimated value
of the Golden Jubilee is $4-$12

Snake Massage Spa in Israel..

An Israeli health and beauty spa is offering a creepy new service for its customers - Snake Massage. For just $80 you can have large slithering reptiles such as California and Florida king snakes, corn snakes and milk snakes, wriggle down your back and up your spine and across your face. If you don’t freak out, it can be soothing experience, as the spa owner Ada Barak will tell you. Barak figured out several years ago that heavy king and corn snakes produce a relaxing kneading sensation. She says that once people get over any initial misgivings, they find physical contact with the snakes to be stress relieving..

China's Yi Siling wins first gold of London Olympic Games 2012

China's Yi Siling wins first gold of
London Olympic Games 2012
China's Yi Siling smiles after
winning the women's 10m air
rifle final competition at the
London 2012 Olympic Games in
the Royal Artillery Barracks at

Ancient Egypt

Some more facts about Ancient Egypt :

- The deserts of Egypt weren't always deserts. Marine fossils have been found in some areas proving there was once salt water over part of the desert.

- King Tut's tomb contained many ancient artifacts but one in particular stands out: a first aid kit complete with finger slings and bandages.

- In ancient Egypt, slaves are known to have been murdered to accompany their deceased owners to the afterlife.

- Ancient Egyptians used to sleep on pillows made out of stone.

- The ancient Egyptians defined the hour to be one-twelfth of the time between sunrise and sunset. so, as the days grew longer in winter and spring and shorter in summer and autumn.

- It is not known exactly when or by whom the Sphinx was built or whom it represents.

The Walking Corpuse(dead body)

Only in Indonesia (especially Toraja), a corpse is usually being carried up to the grave, but in Toraja, the corpse is woken up letting it to walk to its grave (is rarely performed anymore)The corpse is woken up using black magic. This is done because in Toraja the graves/cemetries is placed above limestones mountains.The corpse walks by itself, and its guided by an expert in black magic behind it. But there is one prohibition, the corpse shouldn’t be appointed, once pointed, the corpse falls down and isn’t able to walk again.

Are these for real ? even in GOOGLE ITS GIVE ABOUT IT.

The Mysterious Blood Falls

One of the most amazing sights in Antarctica, the Blood Falls have been a mystery ever since they were discovered, in 1911.
A bloody column of water coming out of a glacier isn’t what you’d expect to see in the frozen land of Antarctica, but if you visit Taylor Glacier, that’s exactly what you’re going to find. At first, scientists thought they were dealing with some sorts of red algae, but further research proved the bloody color was caused by something spectacular.
It turns out a small lake was sealed under Taylor Glacier roughly 2 million years ago. Incredible, isn’t it?!? Actually no, what’s incredible is the glacier acted like a natural time capsule for the ancient microbes living in the lake. These invisible forms of life have survived without oxygen, light or heat and are considered to be the “primordial ooze” out which every living thing on Earth evolved.

finger monkey

The finger monkey is the tiniest living primate in the world. It’s so small that it can hold on to your finger. This cute little primate hugs and grips on to your finger so tight that it pulls your heartstrings and you wish you could take it home with you. Finger monkeys are, as a matter of fact, pygmy marmosets. They are also known by the names ‘pocket monkey’ and ‘tiny lion’. These primates belong to the family Callitrichidae, species Cebuella and genus C. pygmaea. They are native to rain-forests of Brazil, Peru, Bolivia, Ecuador and Colombia.

computer vs health

We spend pretty much all day looking at screens and this not only takes a toll on our laziness but also our eyes and the ‘Healthy Eyes in a Digital World’ offers some quick tips on how to keep up your opticals.

Staring at a screen for prolonged periods of time can make one contract CVS (Computer Vision Syndrome). Symptoms of CVS include blurry vision, headaches, dry eyes and even long-term nearsightedness. However, this infographic will help you understand what little things you can do when sitting at the computer to decrease your likelihood of damaging your eyes and potentially start improving their condition. By changing posture, taking break every 20 minutes and getting vision test apps on the smartphone, one can avoid the dangers of CVS and other eye threats.

M Shalini made a world record by writing alphabets in 13 Language?

Did you know that four Years Old Girl M Shalini made a world record by writing alphabets in 13 Language?

A LKG student in Mysore has an ability to write with both hands at a time. She can write in Kannada, English, Hindi, Tamil, Malayalam, Telugu, Gujarati, Assamese, Punjabi, Oriya, Tulu , Urdu and Bengali alphabets. Besides this, she can render about 60-70 shlokas and short stories.

The talented little girl can even draw two identical and two different ‘rangolis’ and drawings, with both hands!

CERN research centre new news

Scientists at the CERN research centre have discovered a new subatomic particle that could be the elusive Higgs boson, which is believed to be crucial in the formation of the universe.

Great india's great stats

India 83rd corrupt Nation In the Global Corruption Index, a survey of 133 nations conducted by Transparency International (an anti-graft watchdog),

India stood 83rd inthe world, alongside Malawi and Romania.

India recorded a score of 2.8 out of 10.
Last year, India's score was 2.7 out of 10, but it stood 71st in a list of 102 nations, unlike 133 this time.

Finland with a score of 9.7 has been ranked first, making it the least corrupt nation on earth. A score of 10 means a country is seen as being ‘highly clean', and a score of zero means ‘highly corrupt.

'Bangladesh had the dubious distinction of being the world's most corrupt nation with a score of 1.3, worse even than Nigeria and Haiti, which had scores of 1.4 and 1.5, respectively to stand132nd and 133rd. However, Asia as a whole fared badly inthe report on corruption, with many nations in the region being counted amongst the worst in the world for graft among public officials and politicians.

Myanmar ranked 129th and Indonesia was 122nd.

Save India....Stop Corruption!

Friday, July 27, 2012

A Basic Knowledge About The Sim Card

This Is an Basic Knowledge About
The Sim Card Wich U will Not Get
in Google Also
And Many People Doesn't Know
So I am Sharing Wit U guys
Sim Cards Are Of 4 Types..Named
As Below
H ka Matlab Nai Malum
H1= U Will Get Noraml Network On
This Sim
H2= U Will Get Better Network On
This Sim Means Strong
H3= U Will Get More Better
Network On This Sim Means
H4= Normal, Better, More Better Is
Nothing In Front OF This Sim
Agr Tum Aise Area Me Ho Jaha
Tower Na Ho Bt Paas K Tower Ka
Weak Signal Ho Than Also You Will
Get Some Bar Of Network On H4
Means You Will Get The Strongest
NetWork On This Sim
Basicaly H4 Sim Ginechune LogoKo
Milta Hai
Corporate Sim
Army Peoples
Bt Some Comapny Also Provide
This To Normal People Also
Why Comapany Doesn't
ProvideThis Sim To all User
Because This Sim eat More
So How To Know That Wich Type
Of Ur Sim is??
Just Chk Its Back Side

'Olympics' to begin today!

Mother of all sporting event- 'Olympics' to begin today!

Seven years after the announcement that the 2012 Olympic Games were to be held in London, the moment has finally arrived as the city hosts what promises to be a historic Opening Ceremony.

One billion people are expected to be watching worldwide as an 80,000 capacity crowd fills the purpose-built stadium in the East End for the official start of the 30th Olympiad.

Let us all cheer for the success of the world's biggest and the most spectacular sporting event which has lived up to it's promise of being larger than life!

Also special wishes for the Indian contingent who will be aiming to get home several gold medals :)

10 Brainteasers to Test Your Mental Sharpness

To test your mental acuity, answerthe following questions (no peeking at the answers!):

1. Johnny’s mother had three children. The first child was named April. The second child was named May. What was the third child’s name?

2. A clerk at a butcher shop standsfive feet ten inches tall and wears size
13 sneakers. What does he weigh?

3. Before Mt. Everest was discovered, what was the highest mountain in the world?

4. How much dirt is there in a holethat measures two feet by three feet by four feet?

5. What word in the English language is always spelled incorrectly?

6. Billie was born on December 28th, yet her birthday always falls in the summer. How is this possible?

7. In British Columbia you cannot take a picture of a man with a wooden leg. Why not?

8. If you were running a race and you passed the person in 2nd place, what place would you be in now?

9. Which is correct to say, “The yolk of the egg is white” or “The yolk of the egg are white?”

10. A farmer has five haystacks in one field and four haystacks in another. How many haystacks would he have if he combined them all in one field?

1. Johnny.
2. Meat.
3. Mt. Everest. It just wasn’t discovered yet.
4. There is no dirt in a hole.
5. Incorrectly (except when it is spelled incorrecktly).

6. Billie lives in the southern hemisphere.

7. You can’t take a picture with a wooden leg. You need a camera (or iPad or cell phone) to take a picture.

8. You would be in 2nd place. You passed the person in second place, not first.

9. Neither. Egg yolks are yellow.

10. One. If he combines all his haystacks, they all become one bigstack.
Okay, some of these are a bit corny. But they all illustrate severalbrain idiosyncrasies that affect how we make decisions in the world.

Thanks to the way our brain works, we have a very strong tendency to see what we want to see and what we expect to see.
This has huge implications when studying our customers, markets, competitors, and other data that influences key business decisions.

When we only see what we want or expect to see, we miss competitive threats because our brain tells us a threat couldn’t possibly come from that direction.We miss opportunities because we only see what has worked in the past rather than what could be. And we miss major market shifts and changes in customer needs that seem obvious in hindsight but are easily overlooked when focusing on what we already know.

Our brain doesn’t like informationgaps, so we tend to jump at the first answer/ solution that looks good rather than take the time to examine all the data. This is especially true in a world where we receive more information every day than we have time to assimilate.

Finally, our brains love to see patterns and make connections. This trait serves us well in many ways as we move through the world. But the brain doesn’t always get it right.

For example, how did you answerquestion #1 (be honest)? For most people, the first word that pops into their head is “June,” because the brain quickly spots the April/May/June pattern. Upon re-reading the question and analyzing the data, the answer “Johnny” becomes obvious.

And what about the man with thewooden leg?

Your answer depends on how you interpret “with.” Does it refer to the man with the wooden leg or to the camera? A bit of a trick question, but it clearly illustrates how the language we use shapes the way we look at the world.

Perhaps the best example of how we miss things is the egg yolk question. Everybody knows egg yolks are yellow. But the question’s phrasing puts our attention on selecting the correct verb, so we overlook an obvious piece of data and an even more obvious answer.

We can’t change how the brain works – at least not yet. Give science another 50 years and who knows what our brains will be doing! For now, we can become more aware of how our brain works, then pause from time to time to consider what we’re missing.

This includes the data we’re unconsciously screening out as well as different sources of data to counterbalancewhat we expect to see.

Get in the habit of teasing your brain. You’ll be amazed at what you end up seeing that you didn’t see before...!

New 7 Wonders of the World

The Taj Mahal (1630 A.D.) Agra, India
Symbol of Love&Passion!

This immense mausoleum was built on the orders of Shah Jahan, the fifth Muslim Mogul emperor, to honor the memory of his beloved late wife. Built out of white marble and standing in formally laid-out walled gardens, the Taj Mahal is regarded as the most perfect jewel of Muslim art in India. The emperor was consequently jailed and, it is said, could then only see the Taj Mahal out of his small cell window.

The Pyramid at (before 800 A.D.) Yucatan Peninsula, Mexico
Symbol of Worship&Knowledge!

Chichén Itzá, the most famous Mayan temple city, served as the political and economic center of the Mayan civilization. Its various structures - the pyramid of Kukulkan, the Temple of Chac Mool, the Hall of the Thousand Pillars, and the Playing Field of the Prisoners can still be seen today and are demonstrative of an extraordinary commitment to architectural space and composition. The pyramid itself was the last, and arguably the greatest, of all Mayan temples.

Christ Redeemer (1931) Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Symbol of Welcoming&Openness!

This statue of Jesus stands some 38 meters tall, atop the Corcovado mountain overlooking Rio de Janeiro. Designed by Brazilian Heitor da Silva Costa and created by French sculptor Paul Landowski, it is one of the world?s best-known monuments. The statue took five years to construct and was inaugurated on October 12, 1931. It has become a symbol of the city and of the warmth of the Brazilian people, who receive visitors with open arms.

The Great Wall of China (220 B.C and 1368 - 1644 A.D.) China
Symbol of Perseverance&Persistence!

The Great Wall of China was built to link existing fortifications into a united defense system and better keep invading Mongol tribes out of China. It is the largest man-made monument ever to have been built and it is disputed that it is the only one visible from space. Many thousands of people must have given their lives to build this colossal construction.

Machu Picchu (1460-1470), Peru
Symbol of Community&Dedication!

In the 15th century, the Incan Emperor Pachacútec built a city in the clouds on the mountain known as Machu Picchu ("old mountain"). This extraordinary settlement lies halfway up the Andes Plateau, deep in the Amazon jungle and above the Urubamba River. It was probably abandoned by the Incas because of a smallpox outbreak and, after the Spanish defeated the Incan Empire, the city remained'lost'for over three centuries. It was rediscovered by Hiram Bingham in 1911.

Petra (9 B.C. - 40 A.D.), Jordan
Symbol of Engineering&Protection!

On the edge of the Arabian Desert, Petra was the glittering capital of the Nabataean empire of King Aretas IV (9 B.C. to 40 A.D.). Masters of water technology, the Nabataeans provided their city with great tunnel constructions and water chambers. A theater, modelled on Greek-Roman prototypes, had space for an audience of 4,000. Today, the Palace Tombs of Petra, with the 42-meter-high Hellenistic temple facade on the El-Deir Monastery, are impressive examples of Middle Eastern culture.

The Roman Colosseum (70 - 82 A.D.) Rome, Italy

Symbol of Joy&Suffering!

This great amphitheater in the centre of Rome was built to give favors to successful legionnaires and to celebrate the glory of the Roman Empire. Its design concept still stands to this very day, and virtually every modern sports stadium some 2,000 years later still bears the irresistible imprint of the Colosseum's original design. Today, through films and history books, we are even more aware of the cruel fights and games that took place in this arena, all for the joy of the spectators.

Important Questions Related to Everyday Science

Q. Why are air coolers less effective during the rainy season?
A. During the rainy reason the atmospheric air is saturated with moisture. Therefore, the process of evaporation of water from the moist pads of the cooler slows down thereby not cooling the air blown out from the cooler.
Q. Why does grass gather more dew in nights than metallic objects such as stones?
A. Grass being a good radiator enables water vapour in the air to condense on it. Moreover, grass givesout water constantly (transpiration) which appears in the form of dew because the air near grass is saturated with water vapour and slows evaporation. Dew is formed on objects which are good radiators and bad conductors.
Q. If a lighted paper is introduced in a jar of carbon dioxide, its flame extinguishes. Why?
A. Because carbon dioxide does not help in burning. For burning, oxygen is required.
Q. Why does the mass of an iron rod increase on rusting?
A. Because rust is hydrated ferric oxide which adds to the mass of the iron rod. The process of rusting involves addition of hydrogen and oxygen elements to iron.
Q. Why does milk curdle?
A. Lactose (milk sugar) content of milk undergoes fermentation and changes into lactic acid which on reacting forms curd.
Q. Why does not hard water lather soap profusely?
A. Hard water contains sulphates andchlorides of magnesium and calcium which forms an insoluble compound with soap. Therefore, soap does not lather with hard water.
Q. Why is it dangerous to have charcoal fire burning in a closed room?
A. When charcoal bums it produces carbon monoxide which is suffocating and can cause death.
Q. Why is it dangerous to sleep undertrees at night?
A. Plants respire at night and give out carbon dioxide which reduces the oxygen content of air required for breathing.
Q. Why does ENO's salt effervesce on addition of water?
A. It contains tartaric acid and sodium bicarbonate. On adding water,carbon dioxide is produced which when released into water causes effervescence.
Q. Why does milk turn sour?
A. The microbes react with milk and grow. They turn lactose into lactic acid which is sour in taste.
Q. Why is a new quilt warmer than an old one?
A. In a new quilt the cotton is not compressed and as such it encloses more air which is bad conductor of heat. Therefore, it does not allow heat to pass.
Q. Eskimos live in double-walled ice houses. Why?
A. Because the air in between two icewalls does not allow heat to pass.
Q. Curved rail tracks or curved roads are banked or raised on one side. Why?
A. Because a fast moving train or vehicle leans inwards while taking turn and the banked or raised track provides required centripetal force to enable it to move round the curve.
Q. How do bats fly in dark?
A. When bats fly they produce ultrasonic sound waves which are reflected back to them from the obstacles in their way and hence they can fly without difficulty.
Q. Water pipes often burst at hill stations on cold frosty nights. Why?
A. The temperature may fall below 0³C during cold frosty nights which converts the water inside the pipes into ice, resulting in an increase in volume. This exerts great force on the pipes and as a result, they burst.
Q. Why are 'white clothes more comfortable in summer than dark or black ones?
A. White clothes are good reflectors and bad absorbers of heat, whereas dark or black clothes are good absorbers of heat. Therefore, white clothes are more comfortable because they do not absorb heat from the sun rays.
Q. Why is rose red and grass green indaylight?
A. Rose absorbs all the constituent colours of white light except red which is reflected to us. Similarly, grass absorbs all colours except greenwhich is reflected to us.
Q. Why does a ship rise as it enters the sea from a river?
A. The density of sea water is high due to impurities and salts compared to river water. As a result, the upthrust produced by the sea water onthe ship is more than that of river water.
Q. Why are fuses provided in electric installations?
A. A safety fuse is made of a wire ofmetal having a very low melting point. When excess current flows in, the wire gets heated, melts and breaks the circuit. By breaking the circuit it saves electric equipment or installations from damage by excessive flow of current.
Q. Why is it easier to lift a heavy object under water than in air?
A. Because when a body is immersed in water, it experiences an upward thrust (Archimedes' Principle) and loses weight equal to the weight of the water displaced by its immersed portion, and hence, is easier to lift objects.
Q. If a highly pumped up bicycle tyre is left in the hot sunlight, it bursts. Why?
A. The air inside the tube increases involume when heated up. As sufficientspace for the expansion of the air is not available because the tube is already highly pumped, it may result in bursting of the tyre.
Q. What will be the colour of green grass in blue light?
A. Grass will appear dark in colour because it absorbs all other colours ofthe light except its own green colour. The blue light falling on grass will be absorbed by it, and hence, it will appear dark in colour.
Q. Why do two eyes give better vision than one?
A. Because two eyes do not form exactly similar images and the fusionof these two dissimilar images in thebrain gives three dimensions of the stereoscopic vision.


Astronomers have stumbled upon an astonishing spiral galaxy that was born nearly 11 billion years ago, a
finding that could spur a rethink of how galaxies formed after the Big Bang.

Dubbed BX442, the ancient star cluster was discovered in a survey of 300 distant galaxies carried out by the powerful Hubble Space Telescope and the Keck Observatory in Hawaii.

"Lo and behold, with no warning, BX442 and its spiral galaxy just popped out of the image. We couldn't believe it!" Alice Shapley of the University of California, Los Angeles, said of the find reported in the journal Nature.

Formed 3 billion years after Big Bang "We were not expecting such a beautiful pattern, given that the vast majority of star-forming galaxies in the early universe look so irregular and lumpy." BX442 is the first ‘grand design’ spiral galaxy to be observed so early in history.

Located 10.7 billion light years away, it was created some three billion years after the universe was born in a superheated flash. A ‘grand design’ galaxy formation is one with well-defined arms spiralling out in opposite directions from a central cluster of stars in a pattern resembling an S, like our Milky Way.

Studying BX442 may help astronomers understand how spiral galaxies form and may lead to better understanding of
how the universe came into existence.

Laser Hair Removal Treatment

Laser hair removal is designed to permanently remove unwanted body hair by using the light energy from a laser. Unwanted hair is now a common problem in women and men. Laser hair removal consists of a series of sessions over a period of time. The area is shaved and cleaned, and an anaesthetic cream applied. The laser then produces pulsed beams of highly concentrated light which is absorbed by the pigment located in the hair follicles, damaging the surrounding follicle. The procedure can be uncomfortable, but it is not usually painful. The length of a laser session may be a few minutes to an hour or more, depending on the size of the area being treated. Any redness and swelling of the affected areas usually disappears in a short time and most people return to normal activity right away. There have been cases of individuals who underwent laser hair removal for several years. Hair removed by laser hair removal treatments is not guaranteed to be permanent; it may grow back after several years, so ongoing treatment is sometimes required to maintain the hair loss. So, anyone planning to undergo the treatment should become educated on the possibility of the laser hair removal dangers which accompanies it, and the precautions which will minimize the risks of post-treatment complications.

Laser Hair Removal Dangers

Laser hair removal requires anesthesia, and one of the laser hair removal dangers, although unlikely, is that someone might attempt to self-inject. Injectable anesthesia should only be administered by medical professionals, so they are not considered appropriate for hair removal procedures. Topical anesthetics are preferred.

A more common laser hair removal danger is that those undergoing it will expose themselves to the sun less than a week before, or immediately following, their treatment, and suffer swelling or burns as a result. They will receive a warning about this possibility from their doctor before their initial session.

Some medicines can cause laser hair removal danger by both limiting the effectiveness of the treatments and possibly causing health complications. The doctor should be informed of all medication which a patient is using before beginning the laser hair removal treatment, and decide if it is a safe option.

Although very rare, laser marks and burning are laser hair removal dangers. They will not occur if the procedure is done correctly; if you experience them, find another clinic for your treatments.

Laser Hair Removal Precautions

Check your doctor's background and experience before beginning your laser hair removal treatments, and don't accept treatment from any doctor who does not mention the laser hair removal danger which you might be facing.

You can't be too careful in this regard, because if you are not being treated by a board certified physician with a well-trained staff and properly maintained equipment, you are facing cars, burns, or even skin discoloration.

And take some responsibility for your own actions if you are serious about minimizing laser hair removal danger. Protect yourself from sun exposure before and after your treatments, and avoid plucking or bleaching your unwanted hair prior to them.

Having faith in your doctor's ability to perform your laser hair removal correctly and to give you the advice you need to avoid pre-and-post laser hair removal danger will go a long way to making your experience as pleasant as it can possibly be!

How much does laser hair removal cost?

The cost of laser hair removal treatment depends on the areas treated and the number of treatments required. Generally, the

cost per session of laser hair removal in New York City (NYC) for the area between eyebrows is around $60, legs are $200 and the bikini line is $150. This may seem like a large amount at first glance but if you consider that you can eliminate the need for regular waxing sessions, the cost of laser hair removal begins to look more reasonable. Many salons will offer you a considerable discount if you book a number of laser hair removal sessions.

Permanent Laser Hair Removal

People with light skin and black hair are prime candidates for permanent laser hair removal. If you are considering permanent laser hair removal then we recommend that you ask the laser hair removal practitioner exactly what they mean by permanent. To some clinics,"permanent laser hair removal"means that they do not anticipate your hair to regrow ever, and to others'permanent laser hair removal'means you will be hair free for just only 9 weeks. If hair regrowth does occur then hair should be considerably lighter and finer than before.

Heil Kitler!

Staff at an animal charity have named an abandoned kitten "Kitler" - because she bears an uncanny resemblance to the Nazi leader.

The six-week-old cat - which wasabandoned at the roadside - earned the moniker because of her distinctive black moustache.

Staff at Wood Green animal shelter in Godmanchester, Cambs., say they are struggling tofind her a loving home because of her unusual markings..!!