Wednesday, April 16, 2008
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Wednesday, March 12, 2008
PLaying games makes your body fresh and its a kind of exercise.....Its makes us to keep your body fit and also maintain our physical structure..Sports are really a regular input for me..I mainly concentrate on cricket a lot!!! A person should be fit and physically good to start any game ...Its beleived that tennis is a sports viz needs a lot of stamina ....
->Love should not emerge as a matter of force or any pressure....
->It should come from the heart N should not erode vanish like a caspher
->Love cannot be gained through money are power
->Love viz is obtained due to power or influence doesnot withstand and it erodes quickly!!!
->Love should be vaccinated from the mind n body , heart n soul!!!!Try to be with your loved and cared ones...Dont hurt those who care for you!!
The special effects ar of exceptional interest in War of the Worlds. Not because theyre impressive (which they are) but because of how theyre used. Everything we as an audience see in this picture, Ray and his children see. As grand as the moving-picture show and its effects are, Spielberg and his ILM team arent interested in showing off. The personal effects are used to enhance the have, not turn the experience.Even though the movie have not reached the hearts of many people !!! I liked it a lot and its completely a directors film!!
1.Nike ..... Really crazy about nike ......nikeeeee bangsss
2.Reebok ....Love the smoothness of reebok
3.Addidos rulz sports !!!
4.Sprande grabs the attention of the middle class people
5.Lotto pings both the middle n the upper class people !!!
Among these my fav one is NIKE!!!!!!!!
->I love action tv a lot & the fav programme in action tv is replyies beleive it or not
->Love scariest places on earth
->Love to watch wwe telecasted on tensports
->Love mtv bakkra
->My mother tongue is Tamil and i have a list of programmes in Tamil section...Wl share a few now
->love to watch kanna kaanum kaalangal
->Really crazy about Lollu sabhu
->love to watch jodi no !
Sunday, March 9, 2008
Thursday, March 6, 2008
Africa, particularly central eastern Africa, is widely regarded within the scientific community to be the origin of humans and the Hominidae tree (great apes), as evidenced by the discovery of the earliest hominids and their possible ancestors, as well as later ones that have been dated to around seven million years ago – including Sahelanthropus tchadensis, Australopithecus africanus, A. afarensis, Homo erectus, H. habilis and H. ergaster – with the earliest Homo sapiens (human) found in Ethiopia being dated to ca. 200,000 years ago.
Africa straddles the equator and encompasses numerous climate areas; it is the only continent to stretch from the northern temperate to southern temperate zones. Because of the lack of natural regular precipitation and irrigation as well as glaciers or mountain aquifer systems, there is no natural moderating effect on the climate except near the coasts.
Africa is considered by most paleoanthropologists to be the oldest inhabited territory on Earth, with the human species originating from the continent. During the middle of the twentieth century, anthropologists discovered many fossils and evidence of human occupation perhaps as early as 7 million years ago. Fossil remains of several species of early apelike humans thought to have evolved into modern man, such as Australopithecus afarensis (radiometrically dated to approximately 3.9–3.0 million years BC), Paranthropus boisei (c. 2.3–1.4 million BC) and Homo ergaster (c. 600,000–1.9 million BC) have been discovered.
The Ishango bone, dated to about 25,000 years ago, shows tallies in mathematical notation. Throughout humanity's prehistory, Africa (like all other continents) had no nation states, and was instead inhabited by groups of hunter-gatherers such as the Khoi and San.
At the end of the Ice Ages, estimated to have been around 10,500 BC, the Sahara had become a green fertile valley again, and its African populations returned from the interior and coastal highlands in Sub-Saharan Africa. However, the warming and drying climate meant that by 5000 BC the Sahara region was becoming increasingly drier. The population trekked out of the Sahara region towards the Nile Valley below the Second Cataract where they made permanent or semi-permanent settlements. A major climatic recession occurred, lessening the heavy and persistent rains in Central and Eastern Africa. Since then dry conditions have prevailed in Eastern Africa, especially in Ethiopia in the last 200 years.
The domestication of cattle in Africa precedes agriculture and seems to have existed alongside hunter-gathering cultures. It is speculated that by 6000 BC cattle were already domesticated in North Africa. In the Sahara-Nile complex, people domesticated many animals including the pack ass, and a small screw horned goat which was common from Algeria to Nubia.
Agriculturally, the first cases of domestication of plants for agricultural purposes occurred in the Sahel region circa 5000 BC, when sorghum and African rice began to be cultivated. Around this time, and in the same region, the small guinea fowl became domesticated.
According to the Oxford Atlas of World History, in the year 4000 BC the climate of the Sahara started to become drier at an exceedingly fast pace. This climate change caused lakes and rivers to shrink rather significantly and caused increasing desertification. This, in turn, decreased the amount of land conducive to settlements and helped to cause migrations of farming communities to the more tropical climate of West Africa.
By 3000 BC agriculture arose independently in both the tropical portions of West Africa, where African yams and oil palms were domesticated, and in Ethiopia, where coffee and teff became domesticated. No animals were independently domesticated in these regions, although domestication did spread there from the Sahel and Nile regions. Agricultural crops were also adopted from other regions around this time as pearl millet, cowpea, groundnut, cotton, watermelon and bottle gourds began to be grown agriculturally in both West Africa and the Sahel Region while finger millet, peas, lentil and flax took hold in Ethiopia.
The international phenomenon known as the Beaker culture began to affect western North Africa. Named for the distinctively shaped ceramics found in graves, the Beaker culture is associated with the emergence of a warrior mentality. North African rock art of this period depicts animals but also places a new emphasis on the human figure, equipped with weapons and adornments. People from the Great Lakes Region of Africa settled along the eastern shore of the Mediterranean Sea to become the proto-Canaanites who dominated the lowlands between the Jordan River, the Mediterranean and the Sinai Desert.
By the 1st millennium BC ironworking had been introduced in Northern Africa and quickly began spreading across the Sahara into the northern parts of sub-Saharan Africa and by 500 BC metalworking began to become commonplace in West Africa, possibly after being introduced by the Carthaginians. Ironworking was fully established by roughly 500 BC in areas of East and West Africa, though other regions didn't begin iron working until the early centuries AD. Some copper objects from Egypt, North Africa, Nubia and Ethiopia have been excavated in West Africa dating from around 500 BC, suggesting that trade networks had been established by this time .
One of the greatest actors in all of film history, Al Pacino established himself during one of film's greatest decades, the 70s, and has become an enduring and iconic figure in the world of American movies. Born on April 25th, 1940 in the South Bronx, New York, Pacino's parents (Salvatore and Rose) divorced when he was young. His mother moved them into his grandparents' house. Pacino found himself often repeating the plots and voices of characters who he had seen in the movies, one of his favorite activities. Bored and unmotivated in school, the young Al Pacino found a haven in school plays, and his interest soon blossomed into a full-time career. Starting on the stage, Pacino went through a lengthy period of depression and poverty, sometimes having to borrow bus fare to make it to auditions. He made it into the prestigious Actors Studio in 1966, studying under the legendary acting coach Lee strasberg creator of the Method Approach that would become the trademark of many 70s era actors. Making appearances in various plays,Pacino finally hit it big with "The Indian Wants the Bronx", winning an Obie award for the 1966-67 season. Gaining notoriety on the theater scene, Pacino then won the Tony award for "Does the Tiger Wear a Necktie?". His first feature films made little departure from the gritty realistic stage performances that earned him respect: he played a junkie in the panic in needle park after his film after his debut in me natile What came next would change his life forever. The part of Michael Corleone in The Godfather was one of the most sought- after roles in film history. Most of the top heroes of that time wanted that role but director had his heart set on the unknown Italian Pacino. From the studio, to the producers, to the cast on down, nobody else wanted Al Pacino. Though Coppola won out through slick persuasion, Pacino was in constant fear of being fired and replaced at any minute during the hellish shoot. But the role was a career- making hit, and earned him his first Academy award nomination or Best Supporting Actor. Instead of taking on easier projects for money, Pacino threw his support behind tough important films, such as the true life crime drama serpico and the tragic real life bank robbery film dog day afternoon Pacino opened eyes around the film world for his brave choice of roles; and he was nominated three consecutive years for the "Best Actor" Academy . His commitment to acting as a profession and his constant screen dominance has established him as one of movies' legends.
Wednesday, March 5, 2008
Tuesday, March 4, 2008
Wednesday, February 27, 2008
2.Respecting the elders
He lived his life in a ethical manner n helped many people!!!Salute to our Father
"No Country for Old Men" is strong, evocative storytelling pared to the bone and braced with a sensibility perfectly matched to the material. This world is neither compassionate nor cruel, simply harsh and indifferent and unforgiving of stupid mistakes and overweening arrogance.
Tuesday, February 26, 2008
Monday, February 25, 2008
Sunday, February 24, 2008
I think everyone must take part to make this world a beautiful one . Not man of us know what all happens in many places of our world like in Africa how the kids are suffering and Iraq because of the war and lot more problems . I wonder why every nations spend most of their money in their warfare and to create new deadly weapons to kill others already many are dying with out this wars . Please is the most important thing that must be in the world but its not present . Global warming another big issues playing with the nature and its going to take revenge already it has started all those changes in the climate is many parts of the world ice in the antarctic are melting sea level increasing and many more are going to happen . And what are we doing here
Friday, February 22, 2008
Thursday, February 21, 2008
Wednesday, February 20, 2008
Saturday, February 16, 2008
He is the father of indian nation . everyone knows about him because of his non-violence . he is always seen with his paijama.but some dont know why is he stopped wearing pants and shirts? one day when he came to a village in southern states of india . he saw many people working in the agricultural fields without any clothes on them (even a women) . they were suffering without having shelter for them. so gandhiji decided himself to wear only a long cloth which he used to twist around him.
i love to have sunbath. Generally sunlight helps the body heal wounds and injuries and overcome virtually any illness. Sunbathing helps heal cancer of the skin . It is desirable that the head be covered and the eyes closed while taking a sunbath. Do not cover the face, and never look directly at the sun.
Friday, February 15, 2008
The latest scientific data confirm that the earth's climate is rapidly changing. Global temperatures increased by about 1 degree Fahrenheit over the course of the last century, and will likely rise even more rapidly in coming decades. The cause? A thickening layer of carbon dioxide pollution and other greenhouse gases, mostly from power plants and automobiles, which traps heat in the atmosphere. The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC), a group of the world's leading climate researchers, sees a greater than 90 percent likelihood that most warming over the last 50 years has occurred because of human-caused emissions of heat-trapping greenhouse gases.
Scientists say that the earth could warm by an additional 7.2 degrees Fahrenheit during the 21st century if we fail to reduce emissions from burning fossil fuels, such as coal and oil. This rise in average temperature will have far-reaching effects. Sea levels will rise, flooding coastal areas. Heat waves will be more frequent and more intense. Droughts and wildfires will occur more often. Disease-carrying mosquitoes will expand their range. And species will be pushed to extinction. As this page shows, many of these changes have already begun.
Thursday, February 14, 2008
Father: Sure, son. What's the question?
Son: What is politics?
Father: Well, let's take our home for example. I am the wage earner, so let's call me “Tony Blair.” Your mother is the administrator of money, so we'll call her “Gordon Brown.” We take care of your needs, so we'll call you “the People.” We'll call the maid “the Working Class,” and your baby brother we can call “the Future.” Do you understand, son?
Son: I'm not really sure, Dad. I'll have to think about it.
That night, awakened by his baby brother's crying, the boy went to see what was wrong. Discovering that the baby had seriously soiled his diaper, the boy went to his parents' room and found his mother sound asleep. He went to the maid's room where, peeking through the keyhole, he saw his father in bed with the maid. The boy's knocking went totally unheeded by his father and the maid, so the boy returned to his room and went back to sleep. The next morning he reported to his father.
Son: Dad, now I think I understand what politics is.
Father: Good, son! Can you explain it to me in your own words?
Son: Well, dad, while Tony Blair is screwing the Working Class, Gordon Brown is sound asleep, the People are being completely ignored and the Future is full of shit.
I think everyone must take part to make this world a beautiful one . Not man of us know what all happens in many places of our world like in Africa how the kids are suffering and Iraq because of the war and lot more problems . I wonder why every nations spend most of their money in their warfare and to create new deadly weapons to kill others already many are dying with out this wars . Please is the most important thing that must be in the world but its not present . Global warming another big issues playing with the nature and its going to take revenge already it has started all those changes in the climate is many parts of the world ice in the antarctic are melting sea level increasing and many more are going to happen . And what are we doing here just working to get money . Spend some time thinking about others what the world is suffering not everyone has a life like we do . So help others and try to get the happiness from that . Spend some of your money for others it will make you feel so great . Start helping . Happy living .