Thursday, July 29, 2010

Facts about Dolphins

Information and facts on pacific white sided Dolphins

Pacific White Sided Dolphins information is as follows
• Scientific given name: Lagenorhynchus obliquidens
• species: Dolphins
• Class: Marine creature
Details about Dolphins: common report

Pacific white-sided dolphins are able to be establishing in the British Columbia coastal waters of the Northern Pacific Sea, equal to 125 miles on or after the shore. Dolphin is totally different from all other fishes.
Particulars about Dolphins: bodily uniqueness:
The body is black on the backside, through remarkable brightness of gray borders and a white abdomen. Two gray band of color run beside the whole extent of the backside. These markings are simply seeing from beyond while the dolphin is traveling bend over waves. The dolphin contains a short nose, or mouth, and extended bowed pectoral flippers. It contains black and grey dorsal fin is high and bowed. While completely full-grown, the Pacific white-sided dolphin is concerning 2.5 meters lengthy and evaluates equal to 180 kilograms.

There are 29 teeth resting on every side of the upper mouth, and 32 on every side of the lower mouth.
Particulars about Dolphins food:
Pacific White Sided Dolphins are carnivorous and nourish mainly on squid (cuttlefish), herring, lantern fish, hake, and anchovies these are the different types of fish the dolphin prefer.

Particulars regarding Dolphins: common formation:

These active animals are very common, usually travelling in collections of 20 to more than a few hundred, and at period the group might be as large as more than a few thousand entity animals. These shells are usually the biggest in September and October, averaging regarding 115 individuals, while in the chill months the groups are typically merely 35 members big. Group size crests in the drop since this occasion of year is reproduction season for these animals. One time they attain old age; Pacific White Dolphins starts reproducing and contain a development period pregnancy of 10-12 months. At delivery, these aquatic mammals are about 1m (3 ft) in extent. It is probable to facilitate calves are born in summer or before time fall.

Pacific white-sided dolphins are keen surfers and rarely exceeding up a possibility to travel a bend over or severe wave. Quick, dominant swimmers, they flip and flip over with approximately irresponsible discard. Pacific white-sided dolphins not merely get pleasure from all other’s company; they too like to take a trip through additional kinds of whales and dolphins. They have been considering with northern right whale dolphins, Risso’s dolphins, and humpback and gray whales, in the middle of others. Even seals and sea lions are able to be friends.

Particulars regarding Dolphins: message:

Approximating all dolphins, Pacific White Sided Dolphin employs echolocation to locate substances, for instance prey and complications. They create a range of extremely tall-pitched wail, whistles and hum. These sounds are the majority probably used to correspond through each other.


Tuesday, July 27, 2010

Third generation mobile| 3G Mobile Phones

3G technology is the newest model in mobile infrastructure. The full form of 3G is (third generation) this creates analog mobile technology generation this mobile is comes under first generation and digital/PCS generation comes under the second generation. 3G technologies is proposed for the accurate multimedia mobile phone classically called as stylish phones and features improved bandwidth and transmit charges to hold Web-based functions and phone-based audio and video store.
3G consists of other than a small number of mobile access tools. The three most common technologies for 3G phones in 2005 are:
• CDMA2000 is mainly used on 2G Code Division Multiple Access(CDMA) observe mobile admission skill
• WCDMA (UMTS) is mainly based on Wideband Code Division Multiple Access(WCDMA)
• TD-SCDMA – is mainly based on Time-division Synchronous Code-division Multiple Access(TDSCDMA)
3G arrangements contain probable transport swiftness of up to 3 Megabits per second about 15 moments to download a 3 minute MP3 song. For evaluation, the best 2G mobile phones are able to accomplish capable of 144Kbite per second concerning 8 minutes to download a 3 minute song. 3G is a high data charge are perfect for downloading in sequence beginning the Internet and transfer and getting large, multimedia files. 3G mobile phones are similar to small laptops and are able to contain broadband functions similar to video conferencing, getting streaming video from the Web, distribution and getting faxes and immediately downloading e-mail with connections.
Certainly, nothing of this would be probable lacking individuals high towers that take mobile phone signals from one cell phone to another cell phone.3G exist a mobile phone network protocol.


Friday, July 16, 2010

How To Paint Cabbage The Rose


Wednesday, July 14, 2010

Kinds of Phones

Comparison to similar systems

Car phone

A type of telephone permanently mounted in a vehicle, these often have more powerful transmitters, an external antenna and loudspeaker for hands free use. They usually connect to the same networks as regular mobile phones.

Cordless telephone (portable phone)

Cordless phones are telephones which use one or more radio handsets in place of a wired handset. The handsets connect wirelessly to a base station, which in turn connects to a conventional land line for calling. Unlike mobile phones, cordless phones use private base stations (belonging to the land-line subscriber), which are not shared.

Professional Mobile Radio

Advanced professional mobile radio systems can be very similar to mobile phone systems. Notably, the IDEN standard has been used as both a private trunked radio system as well as the technology for several large public providers. Similar attempts have even been made to use TETRA, the European digital PMR standard, to implement public mobile networks.

Radio phone

This is a term which covers radios which could connect into the telephone network. These phones may not be mobile; for example, they may require a mains power supply, or they may require the assistance of a human operator to set up a PSTN phone call.

Satellite phone

This type of phone communicates directly with an artificial satellite, which in turn relays calls to a base station or another satellite phone. A single satellite can provide coverage to a much greater area than terrestrial base stations. Since satellite phones are costly, their use is typically limited to people in remote areas where no mobile phone coverage exists, such as mountain climbers, mariners in the open sea, and news reporters at disaster sites.

IP Phone

This type of phone delivers or receives calls over internet, LAN or WAN networks using VoIP as opposed to traditional CDMA and GSM networks. In business, the majority of these IP Phones tend to be connected via wired Ethernet, however wireless varieties do exist. Several vendors have developed standalone WiFi phones. Additionally, some cellular mobile phones include the ability to place VoIP calls over cellular high speed data networks and/or wireless internet.

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Tuesday, July 13, 2010

Al-Qaeda Formation and structuring of Al-Qaeda:

By 1988, bin Laden had split from Maktab al-Khidamat. While Azzam acted as support for Afghan fighters, bin Laden wanted a additional military role. One of the major points leading to the split and the formation of al-Qaeda was Azzam's insistence that Arab fighters be incorporated among the Afghan fighting groups instead of forming a separate fighting force.
Following the Soviet Union's withdrawal from Afghanistan in February 1989, Osama bin Laden returned to Saudi Arabia in 1990 as a hero of jihad, who along with his Arab legion, "had brought down the mighty superpower" of the Soviet Union. The Iraqi attack of Kuwait on August 2, 1990 had put the kingdom and its ruling House of Saud at risk.
  • The world's most valuable oil fields were within easy striking distance of Iraqi forces in Kuwait, and Saddam's call to pan-Arab/Islamism could potentially rally internal dissent. bin Laden met with King Fahd, and Sultan, Minister of Defence of Saudi Arabia, telling them not to depend on non-Muslim troops, and offered to help defend Saudi Arabia with his mujahideen fighters.
  • Bin Laden's offer was rebuffed, and after the American offer to help repel Iraq from Kuwait was accepted, involving deploying U.S. troops in Saudi territory, he publicly denounced Saudi Arabia's dependence on the U.S. military, as he believed the presence of foreign troops in the "land of the two mosques" (Mecca and Medina) profaned sacred soil. Bin Laden's criticism of the Saudi monarchy led that government to attempt to silence him.
  • Shortly after Saudi Arabia permitted U.S. troops on Saudi soil, bin Laden turned his attention to attacks on the west. On November 8, 1990, the FBI raided the New Jersey home of El Sayyid Nosair, an associate of al Qaeda operative Ali Mohamed, discovering a great deal of evidence of terrorist plots, including plans to blow up New York City skyscrapers, marking the earliest uncovering of al Qaeda plans for such activities outside of Muslim countries. Nosair was eventually convicted in connection to the 1993 World Trade Center bombing, and for the murder of Rabbi Meir Kahane on November 5, 1990.
  • Bin Laden continued to talk publicly against the Saudi government for harboring American troops, for which the Saudis banished him. He went to live in exile in Sudan, in 1992, in a deal brokered by Ali Mohamed.


Saturday, July 10, 2010

To Detect Kidney Damage Early!

In a major breakthrough which may pave the way for more effective treatment, scientists have developed a blood test that they claim can detect acute kidney disease in people early.

An international team, led by the University of Otago, has developed the cystatin C test, which can detect the often fatal condition of acute kidney disease in critically ill patients.

In their study, the scientists showed that the blood test given to patients detected potentially life-threatening kidney injuries earlier and more reliably than the current screening test.

Lead scientist Professor Zoltan Endre said the findings hold great potential for revolutionising the way patients with kidney injury are treated.

“Eventually practise in intensive care will be changed because of these studies. All over the world they are seeking early indicators of kidney injury. The earlier it is picked up the better the likelihood of survival,” he said.

According to Prof Endre, the incidence of acute kidney injury (AKI) is increasing worldwide.

Their study involved 444 patients who entered the Christchurch or Dunedin intensive care units. Patients’ blood was tested on admission to the units and then for following seven days. The blood was screened for presence of cystatin C.

Analysis showed screening with the new cystatin C test, patients’ potentially life-threatening kidney injuries were detected earlier than by the current screening tool, creatinine, in 66 per cent of the cases.

Professor Endre says the rate of death from AKI has not really improved over the past 50 years so this study provides a real advantage to clinicians.

“The cystatin C test is inexpensive and, after more tests to prove its effectiveness, will no doubt become regularly used in hospitals,” he said.

The findings have been published in the leading international kidney-related publication ‘Nephrology Dialysis Transplantation’ journal.


Friday, July 09, 2010

The Famous Romanians

Here are some of the most famous Romans of all times. These are by far not all famous Romans. For there are too many to mention. But here are some of the most outstanding figures Roman history created - and who created Roman history.

Marius - The great Man of the Army

Gaius Marius was the man who organized the army into the most effective fighting machine on earth. At times it appeared nothing could withstand the mighty legions of Rome. It was Marius who changed the way the army organized itself. Men from the provinces could now sign up to serve in the Roman army, and in time become Roman citizens themselves. So too was it Marius who granted land to the veterans of the legions in reward for their services.

He also won some famous battles with his new army, most famous of all the Aquae Sextiae and Campi Raudii, where his victories saved Italy and Rome from an invasion of barbarians from the north.

Caesar - General, Politician, Statesman

Julius Caesar is no doubt the most famous Roman of them all ! He conquered Gaul in a brilliant campaign which is still used in studies for training generals today. His victories in Gaul brought into the empire what should later become one of the most important new territories to the empire. The conquest of Gaul also brought the border of the empire to the river Rhine, where it should remain for centuries to come. He also led expeditions into Germany and Britain, which were at that time completely unknown to Romans. But his political enemies never stopped plotting against him and tried to take away his power. Caesar famously crossed the river Rubicon (which was the border between the province he ruled and the Italian territories of the Roman empire) and took power over Rome as a dictator. When away in Egypt he fell in love with the legendary Egyptian queen Cleopatra. Julius Caesar also reformed the calendar. With only minor changes his is the calendar we use today. One month, July, is named in his honour.

Augustus - The first Emperor

Augustus was the first emperor of Rome. His real name was Octavian but he was given the name 'Augustus' by the senate as an honour for his great achievements. He avenged the death of Caesar together with Mark Antony, before falling out with him. He defeated Mark Antony together with the famous Egyptian queen Cleopatra and thereafter, together with the senate of Rome, created a new constitution for the great empire. Augustus stood at the head of this empire as the emperor. He used his ruled wisely and built roads, aqueducts and buildings. Not only was Augustus the first, but he was most certainly one of the best emperors Rome ever had.

Nero - The Madman of Rome

Nero is the most notorious Roman of all times. It is most likely that Nero was insane. He came to power because his mother murdered his step-father emperor Claudius. During his rule much of Rome burnt down in the Great Fire of Rome. Helpless to stop the fire, he is supposed to have sung as he watched Rome burn. After this he built himself a magnificent palace on some of the land cleared by the fire. To quell rumours that he had started the fire himself, he blamed the Christians for it and then had many captured and thrown to the lions in the circus.

Trajan - The kind-hearted Soldier

Trajan is one of Rome's most outstanding emperors. Under his rule the empire reached its largest extent. He famously conquered the rich kingdom of Dacia north of the Danube. Trajan was one of the greatest soldiers among the emperors. But unlike many of the later warrior-like rulers, he was also known for his wisdom and dignity, and his humility when dealing with the senate. Alike Augustus, Trajan's reign was a glittering one, during which many public works, roads and harbours were built. He also set up an imperial fund which should look after the poor, especially the children.

Constantine the Great - Unifier of the divided Empire

Constantine the great was the first Christian emperor of the Roman empire. He defeated all the other would-be emperors and re-united the empire, which had been divided between many rulers. He also decided to move the capital of the empire from Rome to a town called Byzantium, which he renamed after himself - Constantinopolis (Greek for: the city of Constantine). He also called together many bishops for the Council of Nicaea at which the exact nature of the Christian religion was defined. It is known today as the 'Nicene Creed'. For his many achievements he is known as 'Constantine the Great' and in the Christian church he is known as 'Saint Constantine'.

Justinian - The last 'Great' Emperor

Under the rule of Justinian, the eastern empire (the west had since fallen to the barbarians) enjoyed a last flowering. His great generals Belisarius and Narses reconquered many parts of the empire, including the city of Rome itself. So too is Justinian known to have collected the many Roman laws and created a unified code of laws, the so-called 'Justinian Code'. This code formed the basis of all systems of law in the western world. He also built many great buildings in his capital, the city of Constantinople. His most outstanding building is the great church Santa Sophia, which today is the famous mosque 'Aya Sophia' in the Turkish city of Istanbul.

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Thursday, July 08, 2010

The Real Personality

Warren Buffet: Warren Buffett, the man who we've all come to know as the "Oracle of Omaha," was born in Omaha, Nebraska..

Born: 30 August 1930
Birth Place: Omaha, Nebraska

Buffett and the former Susan Thompson were married from 1952 until her death in 2004. They had three children: Susan (b. 1952), Howard (b. 1954) and Peter (b. 1958)... Buffett received a bachelor's degree from the University of Nebraska in 1950, and a master's degree in economics from Columbia University in 1951... On 30 August 2006, his 76th birthday, Buffett married Astrid Menks.

Buffett established Buffett Associates, Ltd., his first investment partnership, in 1956. It was financed by $100 from Buffett, the general partner, and $105,000 from seven limited partners consisting of Buffett's family and friends. Buffett created several additional partnerships which were later consolidated as Buffett Partnership Limited. He ran the partnerships out of his bedroom, adhering closely to Graham's investment approach and compensation structure. These investments made in excess of 30% compounded annually between 1956 to 1969, in a market where 7% to 11% was the norm.

My Team Opinion: He is the example of simple and calm, Simply the best person.