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Who are type T people?

November 18, 2009

A group of people categorized under Type T are surviving in our earth. They are very eccentric. ‘T’ stands for THRILL.   Now you can guess which type of people they are…  yes… Type T people are some who love thrill. They love to take risk where the normal people fear to do. Whenever we are in trouble or problem, adrenal hormones are secreted to increase our pulse rate, increase our pupil size and increase the  muscle contraction, so that we can be made to face the problems. But for Type T people,   adrenal hormone secretion  should be more than in normal people to make them feel that they are in problems. Since the problems that induces very high production of the hormones in human are less, type T people seek for some thrilling experiences than others.

For healthy life the adrenal hormone should produced periodically… For that our mind naturally induces us to face some thrilling experience like riding bike in high speed(which causes more adrenal secretion in normal people), so that the hormones can be produced. Whereas for Type T people, though the high speed riding s a thrilling one for the normal people, it s like a normal incident, since the amount of adrenal hormone secreted(caused by the incident) is very less(for type T people). This is the reason which induce them to seek for more thrilling experiences.

In Type T people the amount of Monoamine oxide in brain is more. This gives them courage to take risk.

 

Type T people-They are really different.

NASA on Crusade to Debunk ‘2012’ Apocalypse Myths

November 17, 2009

The world is not coming to an end on December 21, 2012, the US space agency insisted last week in a rare campaign to dispel widespread rumors fueled by the Internet and a new Hollywood movie.

The latest big screen offering from Sony Pictures, “2012,” arrived in theaters this past weekend, with a 200-million-dollar production about the end of the world supposedly based on myths backed by the Mayan calendar.

The doomsday scenario revolves around claims that the end of time will come as an obscure Planet X — or Nibiru — heads toward or collides with Earth.

The mysterious planet was supposedly discovered by the Sumerians, according to claims by pseudo-scientists, paranormal activity enthusiasts and Internet theorists.

Some websites accuse NASA of concealing the truth on the wayward planet’s existence, but the US space agency denounced such stories as an “Internet hoax.”

“There is no factual basis for these claims,” NASA said in a question-and-answer posting on its website.

If such a collision were real “astronomers would have been tracking it for at least the past decade, and it would be visible by now to the naked eye,” it added. “Obviously, it does not exist.”

“Credible scientists worldwide know of no threat associated with 2012,” it insisted.

After all, “our planet has been getting along just fine for more than four billion years,” added NASA.

There is another planet, Eris, floating in space. But the dwarf planet similar to Pluto will remain safely lodged in the outer solar system and it can come no closer than four billion miles (6.4 billion kilometers) to Earth, according to NASA.

Scores of Internet postings and books delve into the supposed disaster, including “Apocalypse 2012” and “How to Survive 2012.”

Initial theories set the disaster for May 2003, but when nothing happened the date was moved forward to the winter solstice in 2012 to coincide with the end of a cycle of the ancient Mayan calendar.

NASA insisted the Mayan calendar in fact does not end on December 21, 2012, as another period begins immediately afterward. And it said there are no planetary alignments on the horizon for the next few decades.

And even if the planets were to line up as some have forecast, the effect on our planet would be “negligible,” NASA said.

 

Among the other theories NASA has set out to debunk are that geomagnetic storms, a pole reversal or unsteadiness in the Earth’s crustal plates might befall the planet.

For example, some myths claim the Earth’s rotation and magnetic polarity are related, with a magnetic reversal taking place about every 400,000 years.

“As far as we know, such a magnetic reversal doesn’t cause any harm to life on Earth,” and a reversal in Earth’s rotation is “impossible,” NASA reassured, adding that a magnetic reversal is “very unlikely” to occur in the next few millenia.

And while comets and asteroids have always hit the Earth, “big hits are very rare,” NASA noted. The last major impact was believed to be 65 million years ago, spurring the end of dinosaurs.

“We have already determined that there are no threatening asteroids as large as the one that killed the dinosaurs,” the space agency said.

21st dec 2012 doomsday

November 16, 2009

SCIENTIFIC EXPERTS from around the world are predicting that by 2012 all life on Earth could well come to an end. Some are saying it’ll be humans that would set it off. Others believe that a natural phenomenon will be the cause. And the religious folks are saying it’ll be God himself who would press the stop button. The following are some likely arguments as to why the world would end by the year 2012.

Reason one: Mayan calendar

The first to predict 2012 as the end of the world were the Mayans, a bloodthirsty race that were good at two things — building highly accurate astrological equipment out of stone and sacrificing virgins.

Thousands of years ago they managed to calculate the length of the lunar moon as 329.53020 days, only 34 seconds out. The Mayan calendar predicts that the earth will end on December 21, 2012. Given that they were pretty close to the mark with the lunar cycle, it’s likely they’ve got the end of the world right as well.

Reason two: Sun storms

Solar experts from around the world monitoring the sun have made a startling discovery. Our sun is in a bit of strife. The energy output of the sun is, like most things in nature, cyclic and it’s supposed to be in the middle of a period of relative stability. However, recent solar storms have been bombarding the earth with lot of radiation energy. It’s been knocking out power grids and destroying satellites. This activity is predicted to get worse and calculations suggest it’ll reach its deadly peak sometime in 2012.

Reason three: The atom smasher

Scientists in Europe have been building the world’s largest particle accelerator. Basically, its a 27 km tunnel designed to smash atoms together to find out what makes the universe tick. However, the mega-gadget has caused serious concern, with some scientists suggesting that it’s properly even a bad idea to turn it on in the first place. They’re predicting all manner of deadly results, including mini black holes. So when this machine is fired up for its first serious experiment in 2012, the world could be crushed into a super-dense blob the size of a basketball.

Reason four: The Bible says it

If having scientists warning us about the end of the world isn’t bad enough, religious folks are getting in on the act as well. Interpretations of the Christian Bible reveal that the date for Armageddon, the final battle between good an evil, has been set for 2012. The I Ching, also known as the Chinese Book of Changes, says the same thing, as do various sections of the Hindu teachings.

Reason five: Super volcano

Yellowstone National Park in United States is famous for its thermal springs and old faithful geyser. The reason for this is simple — it’s sitting on top of the world’s biggest volcano and geological experts are beginning to get nervous sweats. The Yellowstone volcano has a pattern of erupting every 650,000 years or so, and we’re many years overdue for an explosion that will fill the atmosphere with ash, blocking the sun and plunging the earth into a frozen winter that could last up to 15,000 years. The pressure under the Yellowstone is building steadily, and geologists have set 2012 as a likely date for the big bang.

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2012 end of the world

Reason six: The physicists

This one’s case of bog — simple maths mathematics. Physicists at Berkely University have been crunching the numbers.
They’ve determined that the earth is well overdue for a major catastrophic event. Even worse, they’re claiming that their calculations prove that we’re all going to die, very soon. They are also saying that their prediction comes with a certainty of 99 per cent; and 2012 just happens to be the best guess as to when it occurs.

We all know the Earth is surrounded by a magnetic field that shields us from most of the sun’s radiation. What you might not know is that the magnetic poles we call North and South have a nasty habit of swapping places every 750,000 years or so — and right now we’re about 30,000 years overdue. Scientists have noted that the poles are drifting apart roughly 20-30 kms each year, much faster than ever before, which points to a pole-shift being right around the corner. While the pole shift is under way, the magnetic field is disrupted and will eventually disappear, sometimes for up to 100 years. The result is enough UV outdoors to crisp your skin in seconds, killing everything it touches.

RECENT NEWS ABOUT IT: THE WORLD WON’T BE COMING TO AN END ON DECEMBER 21,2012

Washington, Nov 14 (IANS) The world won’t be coming to an end on December 21, 2012, as said to be darkly predicted by the Mayan calendar, says an astronomer.

Ann Martin, doctoral candidate in Cornell University astronomy department, points out that the Mayan calendar was designed to be cyclical, so the fact that the long count comes to an end in December 2012 is really of no consequence.

Simply, it is the end of great calendar cycle in Mayan society, much like our modern society celebrated the new millennium. It does not mean that the ‘world will end’, says Martin.

In fact, the Mayan calendar does not end then and there is no evidence to suggest that the Mayans — or anyone for that matter — has knowledge of the world’s demise, says Martin.

For the past three years, Martin has been a volunteer with Cornell’s ‘Curious? Ask an Astronomer’ service, a website founded by astronomy graduate students in 1997, says a varsity release.

Curious? Ask an Astronomer features the answers to over 750 frequently asked astronomy questions, and readers who can’t find their answers there can submit a new question and receive an answer from a graduate student volunteer

red blood corpuscles

January 17, 2009

Beauty in our blood!

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you can even set this as wallpaper in ur pc!

Emraan hasmi pics

January 17, 2009

smart pictures of emraan hasmi the bollywood star

jackie chan images

January 17, 2009

images of hollywood star jackie chan””

my fav thoughts

November 13, 2008
    • All men are poet at heart.
    • The female of the species is more deadly than the male(eg.mosquito)
    • Money is always there, but the pockets change!
    • If I can’t get it, let it lose ME!