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Friday, June 28, 2013

10 world's most venomous creature

king-cobra_592_600x450 1. king cobra

The king cobra is the world's longest venomous snake, with a length up to 18.5 to 18.8 ft. This species, which preys chiefly on other snakes, is found predominantly in forests from India through Southeast Asia.

images (2) 2. Box jellyfish

Box jellyfish are cnidarians invertebrates distinguished by their cube-shaped medusa. Box jellyfish are known for the extremely potent venom produced by some species.

images 3. Marbled Cone Snail

Conus marmoreus, common name the "marbled cone", is a species of predatory sea snail, a marine gastropod mollusk in the family Conidae, the cone snails, cone shells or cones. It is the type species for the Conus genus.

il_fullxfull.262334221 4. Blue-Ringed Octopus

The blue-ringed octopuses are three octopus species that live in tide pools and coral reefs in the Pacific and Indian Oceans, from Japan to Australia. They are recognized as some of the world's most venomous marine animals

images (1) 5. Death Stalker Scorpion

The death stalker, is a species of scorpion, a member of the Buthidae family. It is also known as Palestine yellow scorpion, Omdurman scorpion, Israeli desert scorpion and numerous other colloquial names, .

images (3) 6. Stonefish

Stonefish is a genus of fish of the family Synanceiidae, the Stonefishes, whose members are venomous, dangerous, and even fatal to humans. It is one of the most venomous fish currently known in the world.

Brazilian-Wandering-Spider2 7. The Brazilian wandering spider

Phoneutria, commonly known as Brazilian wandering spiders, armed spiders, or banana spiders, are a genus of defensive and venomous spiders of potential medical significance to humans.

images (4) 8. Inland Taipan Snake

The Inland Taipan, also known as the Small Scaled Snake and Fierce Snake, is native to Australia and is regarded as the most venomous land snake in the world based on LD50 values in mice. It is a species of taipan belonging to the Elapidae family

images (5) 9. Poison Dart Frog

Poison dart frog is the common name of a group of frogs in the family Dendrobatidae which are native to Central and South America. These species are diurnal and often have brightly colored bodies

Puffer-Fish-Care 10. Puffer Fish

Tetraodontidae is a family of primarily marine and estuarine fish of the order Tetraodontiformes. The family includes many familiar species, which are variously called pufferfish, puffers, balloonfish,

Thursday, June 27, 2013

China Builds World's Fastest Supercomputer (Tianhe-2)

download China has built the world's fastest supercomputer, which is almost twice the speed of the previous record-holder from the US DoE’s Titan super computer.
In a massive escalation of the supercomputing arms race, China has built Tianhe-2, a supercomputer capable of 33.86 petaflops — almost twice as fast as the US Department of Energy’s Titan, and topping the official Top 500 list of supercomputers by some margin. The US isn’t scheduled to build another large supercomputer until 2015, suggesting China will hold pole position for a long time to come. The computer has 32,000 Ivy Bridge Xeon CPUs and 48,000 Xeon Phi accelerator boards for a total of 3,120,000 compute cores, which are decked out with 1.4 petabytes of RAM. And of course the operating system is Linux.
images (6) Tianhe-2 marks the second time a Chinese machine has been a world-beater. Tianhe-1 grabbed the top spot in November 2010 before relinquishing it 6 months later to Japan's K computer. China's second ascent demonstrates the country's sustained commitment to funding high performance computing, says Jack Dongarra, a computer scientist at the University of Tennessee, Knoxville, who closely follows international supercomputing trends. "It shows no signs of changing, only increasing," Dongarra says about China's investment in supercomputing.
images (8) The Tianhe-2 has been developed by the National University of Defense Technology in central China's Changsha city and is capable of 33,800 trillion calculations per second.

Wednesday, June 26, 2013

Coffee can help you loose weight: study

Coffee could help one live longer and lose weight, claimed a new study. Scientists at Griffith University are currently studying, if drinking coffee helps people lose weight by suppressing their appetite, reported AAP news agency.

The results of early trials will come as good news to coffee addicts who are also looking to shed weight. Part
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icipants were given either normal coffee, decaffeinated coffee, or a caffeine tablet with breakfast and their appetites were monitored until lunch.

"So far, we're seeing a decrease in hunger and an increase in fullness in the caffeinated coffee condition, a trend we're not observing with decaffeinated coffee or caffeine alone," Griffith University doctoral student Matt Schubert said in a statement.
"This may be important for weight control, as any decrease in appetite could help reduce food intake. Coffee has already been shown to reduce the risk of diabetes, stroke, some cancers, mental illness and overall mortality," he said.

Four daily cups of tea or coffee can lower blood pressure

People who drink four cups of tea or coffee a day have lower blood pressure than those who drink none, a new 10-year study has found. French scientists in the long-term study found heavy tea drinkers had lower blood pressure, pulse pressure and heart rate than lighter drinkers.
The research analysed 176,437 men and women aged between 16 to 95 years. The participants answered how much coffee or tea they drank per day in a questionnaire. Based on the consumption of these beverages, individuals were classified into three groups: those who drank no coffee/tea, those who drank one to four cups, and those who drank more than four cups.
Researchers found that heavy coffee drinkers were found to have slightly higher blood pressure than normal but non-drinkers had the highest readings, the 'Daily Express' reported. Study author Bruno Pannier, from the Preventive and Clinical Investigations Centre in Paris, said it was possible that the flavonoids in tea had a relaxing effect on blood vessels.
"The vasorelaxing compounds included in these beverages might be involved in these results, something that has been suggested by the experimental data," he said. The study was presented to the European Society of Hypertension in Milan.
source : The Indian EXPRESS

Women try out 150 hairstyles in their lifetime: study

download Women sport 150 different hairstyles in their lifetime, trying out various cuts, colours and shapes, according to a new research.

The study of 2,000 women found that about one in 20 likes to try something different with each trip to the hairdresser.

Almost half are willing to be experimental and take risks with their tresses.

Women are likely to go for two new styles and at least one colour change every year with some switching shades 100 times between the ages of 15 and 65, the 'Daily Express' reported.

The study found 64 per cent of women will alter their hair simply because they are bored with their current style.

Nearly 12 per cent will change their hair so as to look like a celebrity while 15 per cent will change their style for a wedding.

Thirteen per cent women would change their hairstyle after having a baby. Other reasons for trying out a new hairstyle were birthdays and break-ups.

The research by Toni&Guy stylists found women visit the hairdresser five times a year making around 250 trips before hitting 65.

"It's great to see that most women will experiment with their hair rather than stick to the same tried and tested look," said Sacha Mascolo-Tarbuck, global creative director for the chain.

"A new hairstyle or colour can be a great way to brighten up your appearance or even celebrate a big life change or milestone event.

"If you like being the centre of attention and keeping up with the latest trends, nothing does this more than a radical cut or colour.

"And if you aren't brave enough to go for a completely different look, just going for a slightly lighter or darker shade than usual, or chopping more off the ends, can still have the same effect," Sacha said.


source : The Indian EXPRESS

World experts pool knowledge against killer virus

World experts pool knowledge against killer virus
Around 80 of the world's leading scientists, doctors and public health officials met in Cairo to discuss building defences against a deadlyvirus known as the Middle East Respiratory Syndrome (MERS).
UAE daily The National said that the World Health Organisation convening such a meeting "is both worrying and reassuring".
"Medical experts and public-health authorities are obviously taking the problem seriously, which is a good start to managing it," it said.
However, the experts admitted that they know very little about the coronavirus that causes the disease - not even where it comes from, or how it is transmitted.
The nearest related virus is found in bats, and it is speculated that it passes to camels via dates infected by bat droppings and then onto humans. Transmission from camel to human - and between humans - is also not fully understood.
"The ailment's name is based on the fact that the majority of the 60 cases - and 38 deaths - identified worldwide starting in April 2012 have originated in the Middle East. The handful of cases in western Europehave involved travellers from the Middle East," the newspaper said.
So far, at least, the pneumonia-like sickness the virus causes has not been very contagious. There is no "sustained community transmission".
However, the experts were concerned that the occasional MERS victims could become what they call a "super-spreader" - a person with an increased ability to infect others.

source : the times of India news  

Tuesday, June 25, 2013

About gold jewelry

About gold jewelry
The earliest gold jewelry dates from around 6,000 years ago.
Whenever man has found gold he has fashioned it into a jewel, worn it as a symbol of status or power, or given gold jewelry as a public declaration or intimate celebration of his love to a woman who has then worn it, loved it and handed it down through countless generations.
Here is a little inspiration from the past, from precious objects which transcend time; from a handful of today’s designer-goldsmiths who define their art. Together with practical information about the cartage, color and care of gold you can choose your next gold jewelry with confidence, knowing that you carry on the traditions of centuries in a piece that may be treasured for centuries to come.

Sunday, June 16, 2013

Google launches balloons Internet 20 km raising will feature

images Google has been sent by a  balloon in the sky.Google launches giant balloons over New Zealand's south Island(tekapo), carrying computer equipment that can create a high-speed internet infrastructure. Code named 'project loon', the helium filled balloons carry antennae, computers, batteries and navigational equipment, collecting power from solar panels that dangle below. Each can provide internet coverage over an area of 1200 square kilometers. The project intends to help remote areas across the world access internet coverage.
Google Bubble fiber-optic or tower Internet service not provided in areas where the Internet service provide. this mission name is project loon. This project to be successful will be more Balloons launched.
Google Balloons flight will be difficult to be controlled because the atmospheric pressure, flow, and rapid climate change.

Wednesday, June 12, 2013

you can not email the .exe file?

download Have you ever tried to mail .exe file?

If you are able to be attached to the email file. Turning to the issue will be mailed to the .exe file or winrar file will be sent to a file or a Jeep.
First .exe file to the mail came to choose file extension .jpg or .PNG file in the file attached to the email Bay, e-mail .jpg or .PNG file to be downloaded again file extension .exe change in name. Use and file. Is fairly easy to
If you can not see the file extension of the first folder go to the View menu option File extension remove the check mark from Hide file extension of the file will be looked at

Monday, June 10, 2013

When your blog has been visited by Google

Did you know that Google has been visiting your blog too?


To learn more, follow the following step


images (4)  With a good rank and regularly update the blog is visited by Google. Blogger what it means to be dead and cold, i.e. not only to visit the blog once a month, Google takes.

In short, Google is a favorite food have to be invited.

You can Google it and find out how dear the month, how often they visit your blog, it has to be learned. Blog notes that Google may now wish every blogger is because Google has a lot of fun to your blog Visitor gift you can give. Finally, if you do everything for the visitor and the food only at Google but have to be at Visitor.

When to visit your blog by Google, has taken the Google search engine to find it, enter your blog's address.

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Round the place shown on the right-click and click on the cached button

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Saturday, June 8, 2013

Google has launched a free SMS with Gmail

You know, Google has launched a free SMS with Gmail

        Shortly after the announcement of Google's Gmail service will be an increase in the facility of Free SMS. The service allows users in the chat window to someone able to send SMS to mobile phones .. Add a contact mobile number to be ..
        Google this service in partnership with cellular operator to the cellular operator or Google will share revenue .. Idea is something that you have come to the chat window, and a message on your mobile riplaya If you get 5 credit. This will allow you to send SMS to 5 new. Thus, you can use your cellular operator's earnings, which is shared with Google.
      The service will be available in 8, with cellular operator or  Aircel, Idea, Loop Mobile, MTS, Reliance, Tata DoCoMo, Tata Indicom and Vodafone will be enough in some areas.

Inventor of Mobile phone

What do you know who invented the mobile phone?
Do not know? Find out if they

Martin Cooper

December 26, 1928
Chicago, Illinois, USA
Del Mar, California, USA
Illinois Institute of Technology(B.S.E.E.; M.S.E.E.)
Founder & CEO of ArrayComm
Co-Founder & Chairman of Dyna LLC
Known for
Inventing the handheld cellular Mobile phone. Making world's first handheld cellular mobile phone call.

Martin "Marty" Cooper (born December 26, 1928 in Chicago, Illinois, USA) is a pioneer and visionary in the wireless communications industry. With eleven patents in the field, he is widely regarded as one of the leading inventors of our time and recognized as an innovator in radio spectrum management.
While at Motorola in the 1970s, Cooper conceived the first handheld mobile phone and led the team that developed it and brought it to market. He is considered the "father of the cell phone" and is also cited as the first person in history to make a handheld cellular phone call in public.
Cooper is co-founder of numerous successful communications companies with his wife and business partner Arlene Harris; also known as the "first lady of wireless." He is currently co-founder and Chairman of Dyna LLC, in Del Mar, California. Cooper also sits on committees supporting the Federal Communications Commission and the United States Department of Commerce.

Tuesday, June 4, 2013

internet traffic jam solution

internet traffic jam solution

Heavy traffic to a website, the website has been down (such as the results of the board or to book train tickets in hand at the time) to access the coralcdn 


What is CoralCDN?

CoralCDN is a free and open content distribution network based around peer-to-peer technologies, comprised of a world-wide network of web proxies and nameservers. It allows a user to run a web site that offers high performance and meets huge demand, all for the price of a $50/month cable modem.
Publishing through CoralCDN is as simple as appending a short string to the hostname of objects' URLs; a peer-to-peer DNS layer transparently redirects browsers to participating caching proxies, which in turn cooperate to minimize load on the source web server. CoralCDN proxies automatically replicate content as a side effect of users accessing it, improving its availability. Using modern peer-to-peer indexing techniques, CoralCDN will efficiently find a cached object if it exists anywherein the network, requiring that it use the origin server only to initially fetch the object once.
One of CoralCDN's key goals is to avoid ever creating hot spots in its infrastructure. It achieves this through a novel indexing abstraction we introduce called a distributed sloppy hash table (DSHT), and it creates self-organizing clusters of nodes that fetch information from each other to avoid communicating with more distant or heavily-loaded servers.
CoralCDN has been continuously operated since March 2004, running on 300-400 servers on the PlanetLab testbed, spread worldwide. As of 2011, it receives 25-50 million requests per day from a few million unique clients.
(What's with the Google ads? Our Illuminati measurement project sought to understand how IP addresses and public information characterize Web clients. One related question is how such information plays a role in pay-per-click advertising, so we decided to run some ourselves to better understand how such systems work.)

Make your Facebook profile after your death, memorial

Facebook Beloved relative deceased friends and appreciate the emotions, and the Help section shown in the form (click here for the form) late filling profile allows you to put up as a memorial.Once, after approval from Facebook only friends can view the profile and some of them sensitive information is removed And the most important thing a family member must be out this form are not required. Thereby out this form to leave even the most control.

 The link to create a memorial Facebook