Monday, October 30, 2006

Stop Killing Innocent People

The Recent Bombardment of a Madrassa in Bajaur(BBC News) has got my Fahrenheit to shoot up.I don't know why our government has a developed a lust for killing innocent people just to satisfy Washington in order to persuade them that we are with them in the war against terror.
Why don't they see that they are the ones who are spreading terrorism in Afghanistan,Iraq and now aiming for Iran.
As a Peace Loving Human of this Planet Earth,
I strongly condemn the action of Pakistani Government.

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What I Desire is to Portray A Better Image of Muslims & Pakistan!
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What I Desire is, To Portray A Positive Image Of Muslims and Pakistan.

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Every parent knows the pediatrician’s office is a cesspool of roiling germs, but if you follow these simple tips, you may leave the doctor’s office with only the bugs you came with.

* STEP 1: As you enter the medical building or office, remind your offspring firmly to “Touch nothing!” If bribery works for your child, this is a good time to use it.
* STEP 2: Take your child to sit on your lap in a chair, but do not touch the arms of the chair or allow your child to do so. With small children, tell them “Hot!” to discourage touching.
* STEP 3: Remove from your large purse or satchel the snacks, books and drawing materials you placed there in advance of the appointment.
* STEP 4: Pay absolute attention to your child; do not let your mind wander, or he might!
* STEP 5: Maintain this position until the nurse calls you into the examination room, using force if necessary.
* STEP 6: Sit in the exam room chair, with your child on your lap, hands restrained, until the physician or nurse enters the room, then lift and place child directly onto exam table.
* STEP 7: Release your child during medical examination, and hope the pediatrician is a good hand washer.
* STEP 8: When doctor leaves, promptly take child by the hand, move swiftly through the open doorway, sprint down the hall and out the door, before child can touch tempting toys, aquariums or play areas. Make it fun by calling it a race.
* STEP 9: Once outside, pull sanitizing wipes from satchel or handbag and wipe your hands, wipe your child’s hands, wipe any part of you that touched the floor or chairs, just in case.

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Monday, October 23, 2006

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By Wikipedia:Teleportation is the process of moving objects from one place to another more or less instantaneously, without passing through the intervening space.

Teleportation involves dematerializing an object at one point, and sending the details of that object's precise atomic configuration to another location, where it will be reconstructed. What this means is that time and space could be eliminated from travel -- we could be transported to any location instantly, without actually crossing a physical distance.

Most of us were introduced to the idea of teleportation, and other futuristic technologies, by the short-lived Star Trek television series (1966-69) based on tales written by Gene Roddenberry. Viewers watched in amazement as Captain Kirk, Spock, Dr. McCoy and others beamed down to the planets they encountered on their journeys through the universe.

In 1993, the idea of teleportation moved out of the realm of science fiction and into the world of theoretical possibility. It was then that physicist Charles Bennett and a team of researchers at IBM confirmed that quantum teleportation was possible, but only if the original object being teleported was destroyed. This revelation, first announced by Bennett at an annual meeting of the American Physical Society in March 1993, was followed by a report on his findings in the March 29, 1993 issue of Physical Review Letters. Since that time, experiments using photons have proven that quantum teleportation is in fact possible.

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