Hi friends,

Just got this link. It's a parody of RDB just for fun. No hard feelings intended by the author. So just read for fun. You will enjoy it to the max...

Here is an excerpt from the blog

Prologue : England. Screw(our Heroine) is reading her grandfather’s dairy who was an employee at a Pre-Indipendence era British Government office in India.

Grandfather’s diary :Office me do tarha ke log hote hain. Pehle jo chupchaap kaam karte hain

Sceene show few ppl mainly British working diligently

Aur jo rote chillate complain karte hue kaam karte hain
sceene shows people who are sleeping on their work

Aur phir main teesri kism ke logo se mila….

Sceene shows Indian Govt Officers…. RUM Prasad BISTAR, Asfaqulla TUNN, Bigsnore Singh and DozeGuru at their desks – sitting erect – files open in front of them, pens held in position – eyes seemingly open-
But then you notice that the pens are not moving – and the eyes are not blinking – as the camera close in on the eyes of Bigsnore Singh you realize that actually his eyes are closed but he has drawn fake eyes on his eyelids. He is sleeping in work.

Titles :

A Generation goes to Sleep.

Sceene 2: Screw enters with her files to her bosses.

Boss Lady : You want to make a film about Indans sleeping. Make one on Kumbhkaran…Ramayan sells.

Screw : Teri maa ki takiya.

: India

Sceene 3 : Screw comes to India. She is received by hema Malini and her horse Dhanno at the airport.

Hema Malini: Kyun ki mujhe zaada bak bak karne ki aadat to hain nahi , par tum puchogi to bata hi deti hun – Mera naam hain Basanti..Ab tum puchogi Basanti yeha to Soha Ali khan ko hona chaiye tha, par tum kaise, to mai kahungi mera Nam Basanti hain aur is film ka naam me bhi basanti hain, to mujjhe to hona hi chaiye na.

Follow the link for the complete...complete....complete...MOVIE I must say...its not less than that...wid all songs,etc..njoyyy !!!!
Sir Ernest Rutherford, President of the Royal Academy, and recipient of the Nobel Prize in Physics, related the following story:

Some time ago I received a call from a colleague. He was about to give a student a zero for his answer to a physics question, while the student claimed a perfect score. The instructor and the student agreed to an impartial arbiter, and I was selected.

I read the examination question:


The student had answered, "Take the barometer to the top of the building, attach a long rope to it, lower it to the street, and then bring it up, measuring the length of the rope. The length of the rope is the height of the building."

The student really had a strong case for full credit since he had really answered the question completely and correctly! On the other hand, if full credit were given, it could well contribute to a high grade in his physics course and to certify competence in physics, but the ! answer did not confirm this.

I suggested that the student have another try. I gave the student six minutes to answer the question with the warning that the answer should show some knowledge of physics. At the end of five minutes, he had not written anything. I asked if he wished to give up, but he said he had many answers to this problem; he was just thinking of the best one. I excused myself for interrupting him and asked him to please go on.

In the next minute, he dashed off his answer, which read:

"Take the barometer to the top of the building andlean over the edge of the roof. Drop the barometer, timing its fall with a stopwatch. Then, using the formula x=0.5*a*t^^2,calculate the height of the building."

At this point, I asked my colleague if he would give up. He conceded, and gave the student almost full credit.

While leaving my colleague's office, I recalled that the student had said that he had other answers to the problem, so I asked him what they were.

"Well," said the student, "there are many ways of getting the height of a tall building with the aid of a barometer.

For example, you could take the barometer out on a sunny day and measure the height of the barometer, the length of its shadow, and the length of the shadow of the building, and by the use of simple proportion, determine the height of the building."

"Fine," I said, "and others?"

"Yes," said the student, "there is a very basic measurement method you will like. In this method, you take the barometer and begin to walk up the stairs. As you climb the stairs, you mark off the length of the barometer along the wall. You then count the number of marks, and this will give you the height of the building in barometer units."

"A very direct method."

"Of course. If! you want a more sophisticated method, you can tie the barometer to the end of a string, swing it as a pendulum, and determine the value of g at the street level and at the top of the building. From the difference between the two values of g, the height of the building, in principle, can be calculated."

"On this same tact, you could take the barometer to the top of the building, attach a long rope to it, lower it to just above the street, and then swing it as a pendulum. You could then calculate the height of the building by the period of the precession".

"Finally," he concluded, "there are many other ways of solving the problem. Probably the best," he said, "is to take the barometer to the basement and knock on the superintendent's door. When the superintendent answers, you speak to him as follows:

'Mr. Superintendent, here is a fine barometer. If you will tell me the height of the building, I will give yo! u this barometer."

At this point, I asked the student if he really did not know the conventional answer to this question. He admitted that he did, but said that he was fed up with high school and college instructors trying to teach him how to think.

The student was Neils Bohr


Hope u r not confused reading the title...coz if those numbers seem to be just some randomly placed digits then probably u hav missed something worth watching....
However, let me disclose wat these figures stand for...so it was the morning of 12th march(120306) wen i was just scanning all TV channels and got stuck on the sports channel on wich a cricket match b/w Australia and South Africa was being telecasted..it was the final of the 5 match series already tied at 2-2. Australia was batting and the score was 152 in 23 overs...OMG did i c it correctly...yes i did...
Usually i dont watch cricket matches if India is not playing so I just saw a couple of overs before getting up 4 other jobs 2 b done...An hr later i went 4 hair cut whr i saw few more overs with the kangaroos thrashing african bowlers...and Mr.Ponting...hats off 2 him...splendid innings....by the time i was done wid the hair cut the score was 290+ in 39 overs...again OMG...and i thot they wud cross 400...
Later that day i was playing cricket wid my frendz unaware of the score...v wer just discussing how dangerous is australia and probably they crossed 400 and that they r difficult 2 beat...impossible v thought...
I came back switched on the TV and was eager 2 c african reply...Australains had scored 434 runs and africans - a wicket down at a meagre score...and i had the feeling that africans wud collapse for less than 100 (hehehehe boss its australia....i thought)
saw few more overs and the captain Smith played some gr8 shots and his S/R crossed 150.0.....smith played a teriffic innings b4 being caught at the boundary after scoring 90 of just 55 balls...
Scores wer being compared peiodically and south africans were ahead of the kangaroos....
Gibbs continued thrashing the australian bowlers but his partner de villiers was not dat effective so it seemed 2 me that it wil b another outstanding innings by gibbs but due 2 lack of support from the other end africans might lose....
de villiers got out and kallis came in...
Nathan Bracken dropped a not so difficult catch...that 2 of GIBBS....(wat the hell hav u done bracjen...was the expression on the face of his mates)...kallis out...and african batsmen wer heading 2wards the pavillion at regular interval..
not after much wait GIBBS was out but he had already done a lot...175 runs...great knock again...
it was on the shoulders of the experienced wicketkeeper Mark Boucher to make his team reach that total...
in the last 10 overs africans needed runs at abt 9-10 per over but they wer playing beautifully and boundaries wer coming in at regular intervals...not so experienced australian bowler was being thrashed wid ball being made 2 travel each and every part of the ground...bracken on the other hand also cudnt do much...
it was all close...a gr8 contest...7 runs required of the last 6 balls wid 2 wickets in hand...and ball was in the hand of the speed machine Brett Lee...
Boucher placed the first ball for a single...6 runs of 5 balls now....Andrew Hall smashed Lee for a four...hehehehe...yoyoyoyoy....south africans were dancing in the dressing room...2 runs of 4 balls now...and Hall tried the same shot again but was caught.....OOPPPPSSSS....this was not required Hall.....2 runs of 3 balls now...and 1 wicket remaining....Ntini came in and placed the ball for a single...yuppyyyyyyyy scores levelled........1 run of 2 balls....and it was Boucher facing Lee....and yes Boucher smashed Lee for a four in the same region where Hall did earlier in the over...it was all over....South Africa 438-9....great victory...the highest total ever made in a one-day international...records tumbled...

A total of 872 runs scored - again a record which was earlier in the name of The match between India and Pakistan played on 13th march 04....

Herchelle Gibbs and Ricky Ponting shared the Man of The Match....

I 2 missed Australian Innings but saw the repeat telecast...Ponting was awesome...gr8 innings...he middled the ball so well...the sound of the ball striking his bat was crisp as a cracker....

Great Show....chk out the hi lites or ny other source but plz do watch this match....it has rightly been coined...GREATEST ODI EVER....

Scientists produce gas more than 100 times hotter than the sun

Scientists have produced superheated gas exceeding temperatures of 2 billion degrees Kelvin, or 3.6 billion degrees Fahrenheit.

This is hotter than the interior of our sun, which is about 15 million degrees Kelvin, and also hotter than any previous temperature ever achieved on Earth, they say.

They don't know how they did it.

The feat was accomplished in the Z machine at Sandia National Laboratories.

"At first, we were disbelieving," said project leader Chris Deeney. "We repeated the experiment many times to make sure we had a true result."

Thermonuclear explosions are estimated to reach only tens to hundreds of millions of degrees Kelvin; other nuclear fusion experiments have achieved temperatures of about 500 million degrees Kelvin, said a spokesperson at the lab.

The achievement was detailed in the Feb. 24 issue of the journal Physical Review Letters.

The Z machine is the largest X-ray generator in the world. It’s designed to test materials under extreme temperatures and pressures. It works by releasing 20 million amps of electricity into a vertical array of very fine tungsten wires. The wires dissolve into a cloud of charged particles, a superheated gas called plasma.

A very strong magnetic field compresses the plasma into the thickness of a pencil lead. This causes the plasma to release energy in the form of X-rays, but the X-rays are usually only several million degrees.

Sandia researchers still aren’t sure how the machine achieved the new record. Part of it is probably due to the replacement of the tungsten steel wires with slightly thicker steel wires, which allow the plasma ions to travel faster and thus achieve higher temperatures.

One thing that puzzles scientists is that the high temperature was achieved after the plasma’s ions should have been losing energy and cooling. Also, when the high temperature was achieved, the Z machine was releasing more energy than was originally put in, something that usually occurs only in nuclear reactions.

Sandia consultant Malcolm Haines theorizes that some unknown energy source is involved, which is providing the machine with an extra jolt of energy just as the plasma ions are beginning to slow down.

Sandia National Laboratories is located by Albuquerque New Mexico and is part of the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE).

On July 25, 2001, blood-red rain fell over Kerala. The unusual phenomenon continued for two months, raining crimson, turning clothes pink, burning leaves on trees. In some places, the rain fell in scarlet sheets.

Scientists were shocked, and the government ordered an investigation. Scientists concluded that the rain was red because winds had swept up dust from Arabia and dumped it on Kerala. But Dr Godfrey Louis, a Reader in Physics at the School of Pure and Applied Physics at the Mahatma Gandhi University in Kottayam, Kerala, was not convinced.

He diligently gathered rain samples and, after months of painstaking research, concluded: 'The red particles, which caused the red rain of Kerala, are of extraterrestrial origin.'

His colleagues -- other scientists and physicists -- frowned at the conclusion. But Dr Louis stuck to his theory. His scientific conclusions have now received international support. Dr Milton Wainwright of the micro-biology Department at Sheffield University in Britain has been examining some of the particles of the red rain samples that hit Kerala. And he has come out in support of Dr Louis' theory that the rains could belong to an alien life form.

"I am indeed thrilled that my scientific conclusions have received international support and recognition," Dr Louis told rediff.com New Scientist Magazine, in its March cover story, has published the red rain phenomenon along with the doctor's theory.

How did he come to this conclusion, we asked. Dr Louis says the phenomenon first occurred at the place close to where he lives in Kerala. "The characteristics were very strange. Conventional explanations appeared totally inadequate. I started an investigation with limited resources and was greatly assisted by my research student A Santhosh Kumar," he says.

How did their investigations bring them to their interesting conclusion? "We arrived at it by analysing the various aspects associated with the phenomenon, like the geographical and time distribution pattern, and the nature of the particles," he says.

These are the findings:
The phenomenon can be explained easily if it is assumed that the origin of the red particles is from cometary fragments, which underwent atmospheric disintegration above Kerala.
There is additional correlating evidences that prompts this line of thinking, like the sonic boom from the meteor airburst, which preceded the first red rain case. Having made a logical possibility like this, it follows that the cometary body in question should contain a huge quantity of these red particles, which amounts to an estimated quantity of more than 50,000 kg.
What makes this finding most important is the biological cell-like nature of the particles. Under an optical microscope, they appear like biological cells. Transmission Electron Microscopy further shows a clear cell structure. Their organic nature is indicated by the major presence of carbon and oxygen. But, despite these biological indications, the cells do not show the presence of DNA. The genetic molecule DNA is present in all living organisms found on Earth, so the absence of DNA argues against the biological nature of these cells.
There is thus the possibility of alternate biomolecules in these cells, whose origin is suspected as extraterrestrial. This way, the cells may represent an alternate form of life from space. If these are such biological cells, then their production in huge quantity inside cometary bodies can be explained by the theory of cometary panspermia.

But, what if these new scientific ideas are wrong? Dr Louis says that, if they are, he wants a better explanation for the phenomenon and the strange nature of the cells. "If these cells have a terrestrial origin, then it follows that they exist in huge quantities in some part of the Earth and are sure to have been noticed by some microbiologists. But there appears to be no such identification so far," he says.

Dr Louis' theory was initially ridiculed, but has now been accepted for research by international scientists like Dr Wainwright. His research has also been accepted for publication in the reputed international journal Astrophysics and Space Science. He is soon gearing up to publish the next set of results and conduct several collaborative studies to further unravel the mystery of the cells.

Source : rediff.com
Ya,srsly i m sort of addicted 2 this blog thing...waiting 4 comments...replying bak...thinking of something that i shud write on...

Earlier it was orkut then software exploring then chatting thrs something or the other that keeps me away frm studies..

I had an account on orkut and other similar sites coz my frendz invited me plenty of times...and its kinda rude as i was made 2 realize not accepting those invitations and all...YAHI TERI DOSTI YAHI TERA PYAAR...beech ME AA GAYI simple SIGN-UP karne ki DEEWAR...type senti sentences...
Last sem wen all my frendz wer glued 2 orkut I thot of chking out as 2 wat it is...and man I was addicted...refreshing 5-10 times a minute 2 chk 4 new scraps...reply them then n thr...

Few days bak thr was a concern about addictions in a students life...GAMING being a major concern wich affected a student academically and mentally 2...so a meeting wid the students was called by the dean and the warden to discuss abt this issue and to do something abt it...

I din c any progress after that meeting or ny such concern again but few days later orkut was blocked...and the news bits floating in the free air kiked my ear drums 2...it said that some students requested the dean to block this site as they wer addicted 2 it...phewwwwwwww...plz tell me will this help...thr r so many things that can b argued as ADDICTION...wil u block everything...plz ppl u may say i m addicted 2 this blog thing...but plz dont block it...(DONT CONSIDER THE TITLE...its rubbish)..

Ya i knw i m not studying at all these days...not getting things in lecture...missing many of them...but promise ppl...i'll study in this 10 day break...work on my project...and study hard after the holidays 2 and b regular in attending all lectures that 2 on the first or second...(fifth sixth plz) bench....do well in xamz...
But yaar 1 cant study the whole day na...ya i knw thr r examples hu study all day n nite but i cant and dont want 2...lifes not all abt studying n studying...let it b this blog 4 sometimes 2 serve as a timepass...lets c kab tak BLOG ka bhoot savaar rehta hai mere sar pe...hehehe...
Aahhaaa !!!....finally I have my own blog...

I have heard about this word "blog" plenty of times...but never really tried to have one for myself..Few days ago I visited few of my frendz' blogs...was good,fine but wat was it crap...a person writing something, posting then ppl reading and commenting...fun ?? i dint think so...I talked 2 one of my frend and discussed abt blogs he said its FUN...wen i asked about 1 gud thing about this blog thing...ny justification 4 using the word "FUN"...he said hav 1 2 get 2 knw abt it..i said its a lame excuse...

Few more days passed and I got this link 2 my gud old frend Achal's blog...wat....this lazy chap has a blog...its then wen i decided 2 hav my own blog...and here it is....lets c how it goes...

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