Bhima’s Sons gadotkach skeleton found in India – REMAINS OF MAHABHARATA

Bhima’s Sons gadotkach-like skeleton found

Recent exploration activity in the northern region of India uncovered a skeletal remains of a human of phenomenal size. This region of the Indian desert is called the “empty quarter”.

The dicovery was made by National Geographic Team( India Division) with support from the indian army since the area come under the jurisdiction of the Army.

The exploration team also found tablets with inscriptions that stated that our god’s of Indian mythological yore, “Brahma”, had created people of Phenomenal size the like of which he has not created since. They were very tall, big and very powerful, such that they could put their arms around a tree trunk and uproot it. They were created to bring order among us since we were always fighting with each other. One of the sons of Brahma of the Pandava brothers is also thought of to have been carrying these genes. Later these people, who were given all the power, turned against all our gods, and transgressed beyond all boundaries set. As a result they were destroyed by God Siva. The Geo exploration team believes these to be the remains of those people.

Government of India has secured the whole area and no one is allowed to enter except the Net-Geo personnel. See the photo and note the size of the two men standing in the picture in comparison to the size of the skeleton !!

REMAINS OF MAHABHARATA

List of first 10 people to join Facebook

Mark Zuckerburg

Mark Zuckerburg was the founder of Facebook together with college roommates from Harvard University. After testing 3 accounts himself  he was satisfied that it was working properly. Many of them were amazed to find that Mark’s profile ID is No.4 and who were the first three people. Mark was best known among five co-founders.

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Chris Hughes

Chris Huges was one among the co founders of Facebook among the fellow roomates of Harvard University.

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Dustin Moskovitz

Dustin was a roomate of Mark and David Hammer so he was one among the three co-founders of Facebook.

Dustin

Arie Hasit

Arie Hasit was  a non-founder of Facebook and he joined the Facebook with the invitation of David Hammer.

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Marcel Georgs Laverdet II

Marcel Georgs Laverdet is a student of LSU and was a hacker, he got ID by a hack and was listed among the top ten first people to join Facebook.

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Soleio Cuervo

Soleio Cuervo is a student of Harvard University  and was a close mate of Zuckerburg so he was invited for joining Facebook.

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Chris Putnam

Chris Putnam was the first person to sign up in Facebook from outside the University.

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Andrew Mccollum

Andrew Mccollum was a Harvard University student. Zuckerburg invited Andrew to design logo for Facebook.

Art by Mark Oliver

Colin Kelly

Colin was joined in Facebook by his great friend David Hammer.

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Mark Kaganovich

Mark Kaganovich was the friend of David Hammer who advised him to join Facebook.

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2011 review – Most important things happened in 2011

2011 review –  Most important things happened in 2011

The man whose Rath first drove a party with just two seats in Parliament straight onto the national stage, clearly believes the yatra is still a journey to political advantage.

“I AM DADA to the cutest baby girl,” Amitabh Bachchan announced on Twitter.

Over 50,000 troops and about 500 main battle tanks like T-90s, T-72s and the indigenous Arjun, as also infantry combat vehicles, participated in the exercise codenamed ‘Sudarshan Shakti‘, which also featured fighter jets, transport and helicopters of the Indian Air Force.

While

Vancouver city was burning following the riots post their team Canucks’ disgraceful defeat in Stanley Cup, two young couple – Australian Scott Jones and his girlfriend Alex Thomas were snapped kissing amidst the commotion.

 

A leopard strayed into Prakash Nagar village in

West Bengal and mauled several people, including three guards, before being caught by forest officials.

The entire world watched their wedding live, and then it was time for the Prince to kiss his beautiful bride. He kissed not once, but twice! This one beats even the fairytales.

Many have been intrigued by the

Occupy Wall Street movement against financial inequality that started in a New York park and expanded across America from Tampa, Florida, to Portland, Oregon, and from Los Angeles to Chicago.

India‘s cricket legend Mansur Ali Khan Pataudi, who personified style on and off the cricket field, passed away after battling a lung infection for about a month.

Streets around the square which hosted

Egypt‘s historic uprising are spattered with the blood of protesters now demanding an end to the army rule that replaced Mubarak.

Chief Minister Pawan Kumar Chamling said the loss from devastating earthquake in

Sikkim is estimated to be around Rs 1 lakh crore.

 

The day – Wednesday – and the site –

Delhi High Court – were chosen purposefully by the bombers for maximum casualties. It is the day of the week that is fixed for filing public interest litigations, and Gate No. 5 is the place where the litigants crowd to enter the court premises.

Rioting and looting spread across London as hooded youths set buildings and cars ablaze, smashed shop windows and hurled bottles and stones at police in a third night of violence in Britain’s worst unrest in decades.

Serial blasts struck Mumbai, less than three years after the 26/11 terrorist attacks of 2008. The three blasts targeted Zaveri Bazaar, Opera House and the Kabutarkhana area of Dadar West, killing at least 17 people and injuring 131 others.

Over 90 patients in Kolkata’s well known AMRI hospital were killed along with three staffers when a blaze started in the basement of the annexe building and toxic fumes quickly spread to the other floors, trapping hundreds of people.

Shammi

Kapoor, known for his flamboyant style and energetic dance moves that charmed movie-goers of all generations, passed away after a prolonged illness.

 

Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam Member of Parliament Kanimozhi, was sent to Tihar  Jail in May this year for her alleged role in the 2G spectrum scam.

Tennis star Novak Djokovic, celebrated his Wimbledon victory by eating a piece of grass, said that will taste the grass every year he wins.

Dev Anand, the ‘Evergreen Romantic Superstar’ of Indian cinema, has passed away in London following a cardiac arrest.

During the election campaign, she foretold that the AIADMK with her allies would win over 185 seats in the Tamil Nadu assembly and how correct she was. After two consecutive defeats in the Tamil Nadu elections, Jayalalithaa made a spectacular comeback winning 199 of the state’s 234 assembly seats.

 

“Everybody was expecting me to score a double hundred and I think I lived (up to the) expectation,” a visibly tired Sehwag said at the innings break.

 

 

 

 

Steve Jobs, the Apple founder and former CEO who invented and masterfully marketed ever-sleeker gadgets that transformed everyday technology, passed away.

The last convoy of US soldiers pulled out of Iraq, ending nearly nine years of war that cost almost 4,500 American and tens of thousands of Iraqi lives, and left a country grappling with political uncertainty.

 

 

Muammar Gaddafi, who ruled Libya with an iron fist for over 40 years, was killed after being on the run for two months by National Transitional Council fighters.

 

 

 

The success of the Indian Grand Prix at the Buddh International Circuit helped soothe the bitter memories of a messy and shambolic Commonwealth Games.

 

 

 

The 34-year-old regime of the Left front finally crumbled to a feisty Mamata Banerjee, making her the first woman chief minister of

West Bengal when her party won the assembly elections this year.

 

 

Japan‘s killer tsunami, Sikkim‘s devastating quake, the Occupy Wall Street movement, and Anna Hazare‘s hunger-strike were some of the many significant moments of 2011. Here they are in pictures:

On March 11, Japan was hit by one of the largest earthquakes ever recorded. The magnitude-9.0 quake spawned a deadly tsunami that slammed into the small island nation, leaving a huge swath of devastation in its wake.

 

 

Gary Kirsten ended his term as India‘s coach on a high, guiding India to a historic World Cup triumph, said it was an honour to coach Team India

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Anna Hazare‘s crusade against corruption has grabbed headlines all over and inspired the common Indian to demand for a Jan Lokpal Bill that would hold politicians accountable for their actions.

 

 

 

US President Barack Obama, Vice President Joe Biden, Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, and several other government officials gathered to monitor the raid that killed the world’s most wanted man, Osama bin Laden.

Nargis

, a girl born in Uttar Pradesh, India‘s most populous state, was welcomed as the world’s seven billionth baby — an honour she shares with a girl child born in the Philippines and a boy in Russia.

Did Neil Armstrong and Aldrin land on moon?

Did Neil Armstrong and Aldrin land on moon?

Neil Alden Armstrong (born August 5, 1930) is an American former astronaut, test pilot, aerospace engineer, university professor, and United States Naval Aviator. He was the first person to set foot on the Moon.

 

Before becoming an astronaut, Armstrong was in the United States Navy and served in the Korean War. After the war, he served as a test pilot at the National Advisory Committee for Aeronautics (NACA) High-Speed Flight Station, now known as the Dryden Flight Research Center, where he flew over 900 flights in a variety of aircraft. As a research pilot, Armstrong served as project pilot on the F-100 Super Sabre A and C variants, F-101 Voodoo, and the Lockheed F-104A Starfighter. He also flew the Bell X-1B, Bell X-5, North American X-15, F-105 Thunderchief, F-106 Delta Dart, B-47 Stratojet, KC-135 Stratotanker and Paresev. He graduated from Purdue University and the University of Southern California.

 

Buzz Aldrin (born Edwin Eugene Aldrin, Jr., January 20, 1930) is an American mechanical engineer, retired United States Air Force pilot and astronaut who was the Lunar Module pilot on Apollo 11, the first manned lunar landing in history. On July 20, 1969, he was the second human being to set foot on the Moon, following mission commander Neil Armstrong.

DID NEIL ARMSTRONG LAND ON MOON?? THE PHOTOGRAPHIC EVIDENCE

Issue 1: Since the Moon has only one light source, the Sun, the shadows must be in line. But in this cases, it looks as if there are multiple light sources in moon, which is not possible.

Issue 2: The foreground of many images of the astronauts on the Moon are filled in with light, while the shadows remain absolutely black, again proving that there are multiple light sources.

   
Issue 3: There are no stars in the background from pictures taken on the Moon.


Issue 4: In some images, a huge light source can be seen reflected in the astronaut's visors. This has to be a very bright, nearby source. There is no possibility of external light source in moon.


 
 

 
ISSUE 5 – How could NASA take TV images of the LM ascending on Apollo 15, 16, and 17 if there was no one on the Lunar surface to man the camera?
 

ISSUE 6: There can't be any pictures taken on the Moon because the film would melt in the 250° temperatures. Any film exposed to 250° would indeed melt at that temperature.
 
Issue-7:  The LM engine was very powerful. How come it did not leave a crater below the spacecraft? Why didn't it kick up any dust when it landed?


 
Issue 8: The footprints left by the astronauts are proof that the Moon landings are fake.
This one is also essentially a two pronged argument. First, the Fox show charged that the LM engine was so powerful that the upper layer of dust should have been blown away around the LM, so there should not be any footprints. Others have charged that the footprints should not be there since in the absence of water as a bonding agent, they should not maintain coherent shapes and sharp outlines.
 

 
Issue 9: There is no dust on LM footpads. — According to Kaysing and Fox, this is the strongest evidence that the Moon landings are faked. They allege that with the swirling dust from LM descent engine, the foot pads should be covered with dust.


 
Issue 10: The pictures below show that flags are waving. And they never will. The flag was on the airless Moon, just as we all knew.

 

THERE ARE MANY MORE ISSUES ON THIS, BUT THOSE ARE TOO TECHNICAL FOR US.
NEIL ARMSTRONG WAS NOT THE FIRST PERSON TO LAND ON MOON

 

Top 11 Most Expensive Accidents in the world History

Top 11 Most Expensive Accidents in the world History
 
Throughout history, humans have always been prone to accidents. Some, such as the exotic car crashes seen on this page, can be very expensive. But that's trivial compared to the truly expensive accidents. An accident is defined as "an undesirable or unfortunate happening that occurs unintentionally and usually results in harm, injury, damage, or loss". Our aim is to list the top 11 most expensive accidents in the history of the world as measured in dollars.
This includes property damage and expenses incurred related to the accident such as cleanup and industry losses. Many of these accidents involve casualties which obviously cannot be measured in dollar terms. Each life lost is priceless and is not factored into the equation. Deliberate actions such as war or terrorism and natural disasters do not qualify as accidents and therefore are not included in this list.


# 11. Titanic – $150 Million
The sinking of the Titanic is possibly the most famous accident in the world. But it barely makes our list of top 11 most expensive. On April 15, 1912, the Titanic sank on its maiden voyage and was considered to be the most luxurious ocean liner ever built. Over 1,500 people lost their lives when the ship ran into an iceberg and sunk in frigid waters. The ship cost $7 million to build ($150 million in today's dollars).



 
# 10. Tanker Truck vs Bridge – $358 Million
On August 26, 2004, a car collided with a tanker truck containing 32,000 liters of fuel on the Wiehltal Bridge in Germany . The tanker crashed through the guardrail and fell 90 feet off the A4 Autobahn resulting in a huge explosion and fire which destroyed the load-bearing ability of the bridge. Temporary repairs cost $40 million and the cost to replace the bridge is estimated at $318 Million.  
# 9. MetroLink Crash – $500 Million
On September 12, 2008, in what was one of the worst train crashes in California history, 25 people were killed when a Metrolink commuter train crashed head-on into a Union Pacific freight train in Los Angeles . It is thought that the Metrolink train may have run through a red signal while the conductor was busy text messaging. Wrongful death lawsuits are expected to cause $500 million in losses for Metrolink.



# 8. B-2 Bomber Crash – $1.4 Billion
Here we have our first billion dollar accident (and we're only #7 on the list). This B-2 stealth bomber crashed shortly after taking off from an air base in Guam on February 23, 2008. Investigators blamed distorted data in the flight control computers caused by moisture in the system. This resulted in the aircraft making a sudden nose-up move which made the B-2 stall and crash. This was 1 of only 21 ever built and was the most expensive aviation accident in history. Both pilots were able to eject to safety.
 



# 7. Exxon Valdez – $2.5 Billion
The Exxon Valdez oil spill was not a large one in relation to the world's biggest oil spills, but it was a costly one due to the remote location of Prince William Sound (accessible only by helicopter and boat). On March 24, 1989, 10.8 million gallons of oil was spilled when the ship's master, Joseph Hazelwood, left the controls and the ship crashed into a Reef. The cleanup cost Exxon $2.5 billion.

# 6. Piper Alpha Oil Rig – $3.4 Billion
The world's worst off-shore oil disaster. At one time, it was the world's single largest oil producer, spewing out 317,000 barrels of oil per day. On July 6, 1988, as part of routine maintenance, technicians removed and checked safety valves which were essential in preventing dangerous build-up of liquid gas. There were 100 identical safety valves which were checked. Unfortunately, the technicians made a mistake and forgot to replace one of them. At 10 PM that same night, a technician pressed a start button for the liquid gas pumps and the world's most expensive oil rig accident was set in motion.
Within 2 hours, the 300 foot platform was engulfed in flames. It eventually collapsed, killing 167 workers and resulting in $3.4 Billion in damages.



# 5. Challenger Explosion – $5.5 Billion
The Space Shuttle Challenger was destroyed 73 seconds after takeoff due on January 28, 1986 due to a faulty O-ring. It failed to seal one of the joints, allowing pressurized gas to reach the outside. This in turn caused the external tank to dump its payload of liquid hydrogen causing a massive explosion. The cost of replacing the Space Shuttle was $2 billion in 1986 ($4.5 billion in today's dollars). The cost of investigation, problem correction, and replacement of lost equipment cost $450 million from 1986-1987 ($1 Billion in today's dollars).

# 4. Prestige Oil Spill – $12 Billion
On November 13, 2002, the Prestige oil tanker was carrying 77,000 tons of heavy fuel oil when one of its twelve tanks burst during a storm off Galicia , Spain . Fearing that the ship would sink, the captain called for help from Spanish rescue workers, expecting them to take the ship into harbour. However, pressure from local authorities forced the captain to steer the ship away from the coast. The captain tried to get help from the French and Portuguese authorities, but they too ordered the ship away from their shores. The storm eventually took its toll on the ship resulting in the tanker splitting in half and releasing 20 million gallons oil into the sea.
According to a report by the Pontevedra Economist Board, the total cleanup cost $12 billion.



# 3. Space Shuttle Columbia$13 Billion
The Space Shuttle Columbia was the first space worthy shuttle in NASA's orbital fleet. It was destroyed during re-entry over Texas on February 1, 2003 after a hole was punctured in one of the wings during launch 16 days earlier. The original cost of the shuttle was $2 Billion in 1978. That comes out to $6.3 Billion in today's dollars. $500 million was spent on the investigation, making it the costliest aircraft accident investigation in history. The search and recovery of debris cost $300 million.
In the end, the total cost of the accident (not including replacement of the shuttle) came out to $13 Billion according to the American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics.

# 2. Chernobyl$200 Billion
On April 26, 1986, the world witnessed the costliest accident in history. The Chernobyl disaster has been called the biggest socio-economic catastrophe in peacetime history. 50% of the area of Ukraine is in some way contaminated. Over 200,000 people had to be evacuated and resettled while 1.7 million people were directly affected by the disaster. The death toll attributed to Chernobyl , including people who died from cancer years later, is estimated at 125,000. The total costs including cleanup, resettlement, and compensation to victims has been estimated to be roughly $200 Billion. The cost of a new steel shelter for the Chernobyl nuclear plant will cost $2 billion alone. The accident was officially attributed to power plant operators who violated plant procedures and were ignorant of the safety requirements needed.
 



 
# 1. Will be published later

  We are not expecting such a big one…

Eye flu-Care and prevention

Eye flu – care and prevention

Conjunctivitis or eye flu is generally not serious but contagious. It causes redness, itching, discharge (watery or thick), crusting that forms overnight, sensitivity to light and a gritty feeling in the eyes.

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Never rub your eyes with your fingers when they itch. Touching them is the best way to infect them with microorganisms. Wash them using only clean water and eye drops can be used to relax the eyes.

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Clean your eye and surrounding areas regularly to avoid infection. Avoid eye contact with dirt.

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Towels or washcloths could be infected with viruses or bacteria. So, you should use your own towels. Used towels should be washed properly and should be changed frequently.

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You should avoid stress by performing relaxation techniques, such as yoga, meditation, acupuncture, massage etc.

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When working on a computer screen, try to rest from time to time. Do not force your vision trying to read too small a text.

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Always read in places with good light. Fluorescent light should be avoided as much as possible as it produces a continuous vibration, which can irritate your eyes.

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Tell your children not to share eye drops, eye makeup, tissues, washcloths, towels or pillowcases with other people, including family members.

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It is one of the most effective ways to prevent conjunctivitis. Encourage children to wash their hands throughout the day, particularly after playing with other children or handling their toys.

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Contact lenses can be another source of bacteria and viruses that cause eye flu. Disinfect your lenses before wearing them again and throw away any disposable lenses that came into contact with the infected eye.

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Maintain a proper healthy diet, especially a diet rich in vitamin A, vitamin B and vitamin C. Avoid toxins such as alcohol or tobacco smoking.

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Always wear sunglasses when in the sun, wind, or cold to prevent eye irritation.

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Spectacular Helicopter Static Electricity Phenomenon

Spectacular Helicopter Static Electricity Phenomenon
 
In the middle of a desert, a military helicopter creates a stunning show while initiating an impossible static electrical discharge, spectacular phenomenon for all the lucky viewers on site. Luckily someone had a camera, and probably, a permission to take photos of this amazing light show, so that we may enjoy this as well. It would be great if I had one of those and a desert with lots of sand in the air. Meanwhile, enjoy the photos.