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Avatar Movie

In Uncategorized on January 29, 2010 at 3:08 am

Written before he made the Titanic, James Cameron’s latest movie had to wait for technology to catch up with it before it could be made.

Taking over 2 years to make along with $430 million dollars, this visually stunning movie is breaking new ground in movie making.

Here I share some of the amazing reasons why this movie has something for almost everyone whether you are a techno geek, sci-fi, comic culture, fanboy, warfare, environmentalist, global warming, new age, romance fan, toy collector or gamer!

If you’ve seen the movie be sure to add your voice on the poll about what you loved the most!

Avatar: The Movie (New Extended HD Trailer)


The good, the bad and the ugly – Golden Globe

In Uncategorized on January 25, 2010 at 9:06 am

Can the non-ejaculatory orgasm from Tantric sex be dangerous?

In Uncategorized on January 25, 2010 at 8:27 am

Can the non-ejaculatory orgasm from Tantric sex be dangerous?

What steps can you take to fulfill your destiny and give expression to your uniqueness?

In Uncategorized on January 22, 2010 at 6:03 am

What steps can you take to fulfill your destiny and give expression to your uniqueness?

Universe could be football-shaped

In Uncategorized on January 22, 2010 at 5:30 am

Universe could be football-shaped
Finite cosmos may be smaller than we think.
9 October 2003 by JOHN WHITFIELD

The Universe could be shaped like a soccer ball, say mathematicians1.

The idea is prompted by data from NASA’s Wilkinson Microwave Anisotropy Probe (WMAP) satellite. This sees back to when the Universe was about 380,000 years old, and reveals the all-pervading radiation left over from the Big Bang – the cosmic microwave background.

There are fluctuations in this background, like waves in the sea. They are the legacy of the small lumps in the early Universe that gave rise to stars and galaxies.

An infinite Universe would contain waves of all sizes. The WMAP did not see any very large waves. This points to space being finite – for the same reasons that you don’t see breakers in your bathtub.

The best explanation for these observations is that the cosmos is a Poincar?dodecahedral space, says a team led by Jeffrey Weeks, an independent mathematician based in Canton, New York. Mathematical models of a spherical, solid Universe edged by 12 curved pentagons produce the patterns seen in the background radiation without any special fine-tuning. “It fits the data surprisingly well,” says Weeks.

The dodecahedron is “a nice solution”, agrees cosmologist Janna Levin of the University of Cambridge, UK. But other geometries could produce similar patterns in the microwave background, she warns. “It’s going to be a surprise if the Universe has chosen such a beautiful platonic form,” she says. “And I’d be surprised if the Universe was so small.”

Most physicists assume that the Universe is infinite, explains Levin. But Einstein’s theories actually say nothing about whether the Universe stops or not.

Bouncing back

A journey of 60 billion light years across a dodecahedral Universe would bring you right back to Earth. Like a circumnavigation of the globe, it would be a seamless ride: there would be no obvious point at which one ‘re-entered’ the Universe.

The most distant objects would be visible in opposite directions, although they would be seen at different ages. Trying to spot the same galaxy in two different places “would be like trying to recognize the same person viewed at age 50 face-on, and at the age of 7 from the top of their head, in a crowd of billions,” says Weeks.

There’s a better chance that we might be able to recognize repetitive patterns in the microwave background. If background radiation had travelled far enough to meet itself, it would create circular patterns, like intersecting ripples on a pond.

Astrophysicist Neil Cornish, of Montana State University in Bozeman, is one of a team that is looking for these circles. The researchers will present their latest results at a cosmology conference beginning on Friday in Cleveland, Ohio.

So far, their search has drawn a blank. “There is a little room left for the small-Universe idea, but not much,” Cornish says.

Weeks remains optimistic, however. He thinks that the telltale circles might be hiding in parts of the WMAP data that have yet to be analysed.

Luminet, J.-P. et al. Dodecahedral space topology as an explanation for weak wide-angle temperature in the cosmic microwave background. Nature, 425, 593 – 595, doi:10.1038/nature01944 (2003).

Happy 2010

In Uncategorized on January 22, 2010 at 5:24 am

– Sean David Morton 7-7-2005
Good people do not need laws to tell them to act responsibly,
while bad people will find a way around the laws.
– Plato (427-347 B.C.)


In Uncategorized on January 17, 2010 at 5:21 am

‘No Plastic Bag Day’ rule

In Uncategorized on January 17, 2010 at 5:02 am

‘No Plastic Bag Day’ RULE, do you agree?

The idea is that it would “create awareness among the public on the dangers of expansive use of plastic, reduce or minimize the plastic usage “.

The trick is to get the people to change. To know that there is such a thing. To manufacture such bags. To use these bags and distribute it to the supermarkets.