27 February 2010

10 Transparent Animal

1. Transparent frog

Native of Venezuela, a family-owned glass frog amphibian Centrolenidae (order Anura). While the general background color of most frogs lime-green glass, these animals have a transparent abdominal skin, so that the heart, liver, and gastrointestinal tract are visible through the skin.

2. Transparent Fish Head

This strange animal in the water fish called Barreleye (Macropinna microstoma) has a head and tubular eyes. This is very sensitive to light that the eye can play, a shield with fluid in his head, while the tubular eyes of fish, both in the head, bordered by bright green lens. Eye point upward (as shown here) when the fish look for food on their heads. They pointed to the front when the fish feed. Two points above the mouth of the fish is not obvious: they are the olfactory organs called nares, which is analogous to the human nose

3. Transparent Butterfly

Found in Central America, from Mexico to Panama, Glasswing Butterfly (Greta Oto) is a brush-footed. Network between the veins of its wings looks like glass

4. Transparent Squid

Found in the southern hemisphere oceans, Glass Squid (Teuthowenia pellucida) have light organs on the eye and have the ability to roll into a ball, like a sea urchin. This is the prey of many deep-sea fish (eg goblin sharks) as well as whales and oceanic seabirds.

5. Transparent ZebraFish

This translucent zebra animal was discovered in 2008 by scientists so that they can study disease processes, including the spread of cancer. Transparent fish allows researchers at Children Hospital Boston to directly view the internal organs of fish and observing processes such as tumor growth in real time in living organisms.

6. Transparent Jelly-fish

And in the cold waters around Antarctica and southern South America, crocodile icefish (Channichthyidae) eat krill, copepods, and other fish. Their blood is not transparent because they have no function of hemoglobin and erythrocytes. Their metabolism depends only on the oxygen dissolved in blood fluid, which is believed to be absorbed directly through the skin from the water. This works because water can dissolve oxygen during the coldest. In five species, the gene for myoglobin in the muscles also has disappeared, leaving them with a white heart, not pink.

7. Transparent Amphipod

Phronima is called, unusual animals this is one of the many strange species recently found on an expedition in the mountains to the sea in the north Atlantic. Scientists say the ironic strategy of survival of this small shrimplike creature shows everything in the and outside in an attempt to disappear

8. Transparent larval shrimp.

Found in the waters around Hawaii, this pig's back larvae.

9. Transparan salp

It's like a jellyfish animals known as Salps feed small plants in the water, called phytoplankton (marine algae). They are barrel-shaped animals that can range from one to 10 cm in length.

10. Transparent jellyfish

Jellyfish free swim, a member of phylum Cnidaria. They are found in every ocean, from the surface into the sea. Many of the jellyfish so transparent that they almost impossible to see. The one above is from the genus Arctapodema, with the length of one inch (2.5 centimeter-long).

They are all funny right??
Because they are 10 Transparent creature

22 February 2010

10 Greatest Event in the Universe

1. Sea-level falls

Basically, if the sea level dropped drastically (either through the Global Cooling or drowned in the middle of the ocean ridges), can reduce the area around the Continental Shelf cause all the small fish, sharks, whales and almost all life in the big blue dead. If it is not bad enough, the weather can change dramatically leading to mass extinctions on earth (that means us).

2. Impact Events

Impact event is a large rock falling from space. Basically it sends a big stone dust and aerosols into the atmosphere, causing not only the plants die, but also lower the temperature. Large stones can cause mega-tsunamis and global forest fires.

3. Global Cooling

As described in "The Day after Tomorrow", for some reason the earth would be too cold too quickly cause death to many of the poles and were animals. In turn will lead to mass migrations to the equator. Lucky to find water because most of the ice and snow.

4. Global Warming

This is essentially the other side of Global Cooling. Melting snow and ice will make more in the sea and possibly cause Anoxic event

5. Clathrate Gun

This is the formation of the Continental Shelf Clathrates. Clathrate is a methane-covered water. If this split release methane gas into the atmosphere causing global warming accelerated.

6. Anoxic Events

Anoxic Events occur when the sea was empty of oxygen on the surface. Although not occur during anoxic millions of years, the geological record shows that has occurred several times in the past. Anoxic may have caused mass extinctions. Black lines in the picture above is from aptian anoxic event.

7. Hydrogen Sulfide Emissions

This can occur when the disturbance of the balance between plankton and bacteria that reduce sulfate. Think of hydrogen sulfide emissions suddenly rose from the sea to poison all things on land and sea. And if it was not enough, can also destroy ozone.

8. Oceanic Overturn

Overturn Oceanic basically rise the deeper water to the surface. Water under a little oxygen, so that the sea surface will be starved of oxygen, too.

9. Gamma Ray Bursts

When the star has exploded. Before you can say "oh damn!" You and everyone else in the world has died. It is a Gamma Ray Burst. You see that basically Gamma kills every cell in your body. But if he is weak only half of the planet, who died instantly. However, ozone will be lost and eventually will die too....

10. Human Cause

Humans have become so strong to avoid natural hazards. But unfortunately, he himself has developed a method for mass extermination. The most obvious is nuclear war. We have enough nuclear on the planet to destroy all life - something that seems closer in the past (think of the Cuban missile crisis). But we can hope that one day we become secure enough to not use the weapons on a global scale.

They are, 10 Greatest Events in the Universe,,
so... WATCH OUT !!

21 February 2010

15 Coollest Firefox Tips and Tricks Ever

Everybody’s favorite open-source browser, Firefox, is great right out of the box. And by adding some of the awesome extensions available out there, the browser just gets better and better.

But look under the hood, and there are a bunch of hidden (and some not-so-secret) tips and tricks available that will crank Firefox up and pimp your browser. Make it faster, cooler, more efficient. Get to be a Jedi master with the following cool Firefox tricks.

1) More screen space. Make your icons small. Go to View - Toolbars - Customize and check the “Use small icons” box.

2) Smart keywords. If there’s a search you use a lot (let’s say IMDB.com’s people search), this is an awesome tool that not many people use. Right-click on the search box, select “Add a Keyword for this search”, give the keyword a name and an easy-to-type and easy-to-remember shortcut name (let’s say “actor”) and save it. Now, when you want to do an actor search, go to Firefox’s address bar, type “actor” and the name of the actor and press return. Instant search! You can do this with any search box.

3) Keyboard shortcuts. This is where you become a real Jedi. It just takes a little while to learn these, but once you do, your browsing will be super fast. Here are some of the most common (and my personal favs):

  • Spacebar (page down)
  • Shift-Spacebar (page up)
  • Ctrl+F (find)
  • Alt-N (find next)
  • Ctrl+D (bookmark page)
  • Ctrl+T (new tab)
  • Ctrl+K (go to search box)
  • Ctrl+L (go to address bar)
  • Ctrl+= (increase text size)
  • Ctrl+- (decrease text size)
  • Ctrl-W (close tab)
  • F5 (reload)
  • Alt-Home (go to home page)

4) Auto-complete. This is another keyboard shortcut, but it’s not commonly known and very useful. Go to the address bar (Control-L) and type the name of the site without the “www” or the “.com”. Let’s say “google”. Then press Control-Enter, and it will automatically fill in the “www” and the “.com” and take you there - like magic! For .net addresses, press Shift-Enter, and for .org addresses, press Control-Shift-Enter.

5) Tab navigation. Instead of using the mouse to select different tabs that you have open, use the keyboard. Here are the shortcuts:

  • Ctrl+Tab (rotate forward among tabs)
  • Ctrl+Shft+Tab (rotate to the previous tab)
  • Ctrl+1-9 (choose a number to jump to a specific tab)

6) Mouse shortcuts. Sometimes you’re already using your mouse and it’s easier to use a mouse shortcut than to go back to the keyboard. Master these cool ones:

  • Middle click on link (opens in new tab)
  • Shift-scroll down (previous page)
  • Shift-scroll up (next page)
  • Ctrl-scroll up (decrease text size)
  • Ctrl-scroll down (increase text size)
  • Middle click on a tab (closes tab)

7) Delete items from address bar history. Firefox’s ability to automatically show previous URLs you’ve visited, as you type, in the address bar’s drop-down history menu is very cool. But sometimes you just don’t want those URLs to show up (I won’t ask why). Go to the address bar (Ctrl-L), start typing an address, and the drop-down menu will appear with the URLs of pages you’ve visited with those letters in them. Use the down-arrow to go down to an address you want to delete, and press the Delete key to make it disappear.

8)User chrome. If you really want to trick out your Firefox, you’ll want to create a UserChrome.css file and customize your browser. It’s a bit complicated to get into here, but check out this tutorial.

9) Create a user.js file. Another way to customize Firefox, creating a user.js file can really speed up your browsing. You’ll need to create a text file named user.js in your profile folder (see this to find out where the profile folder is) and see this example user.js file that you can modify. Created by techlifeweb.com, this example explains some of the things you can do in its comments.

10) about:config. The true power user’s tool, about.config isn’t something to mess with if you don’t know what a setting does. You can get to the main configuration screen by putting about:config in the browser’s address bar. See Mozillazine’s about:config tips and screenshots.

11) Add a keyword for a bookmark
. Go to your bookmarks much faster by giving them keywords. Right-click the bookmark and then select Properties. Put a short keyword in the keyword field, save it, and now you can type that keyword in the address bar and it will go to that bookmark.

12) Speed up Firefox. If you have a broadband connection (and most of us do), you can use pipelining to speed up your page loads. This allows Firefox to load multiple things on a page at once, instead of one at a time (by default, it’s optimized for dialup connections). Here’s how:

  • Type “about:config” into the address bar and hit return. Type “network.http” in the filter field, and change the following settings (double-click on them to change them):
  • Set “network.http.pipelining” to “true”
  • Set “network.http.proxy.pipelining” to “true”
  • Set “network.http.pipelining.maxrequests” to a number like 30. This will allow it to make 30 requests at once.
  • Also, right-click anywhere and select New-> Integer. Name it “nglayout.initialpaint.delay” and set its value to “0″. This value is the amount of time the browser waits before it acts on information it receives.

13) Limit RAM usage. If Firefox takes up too much memory on your computer, you can limit the amount of RAM it is allowed to us. Again, go to about:config, filter “browser.cache” and select “browser.cache.disk.capacity”. It’s set to 50000, but you can lower it, depending on how much memory you have. Try 15000 if you have between 512MB and 1GB ram.

14) Reduce RAM usage further for when Firefox is minimized. This setting will move Firefox to your hard drive when you minimize it, taking up much less memory. And there is no noticeable difference in speed when you restore Firefox, so it’s definitely worth a go. Again, go to about:config, right-click anywhere and select New-> Boolean. Name it “config.trim_on_minimize” and set it to TRUE. You have to restart Firefox for these settings to take effect.

15) Move or remove the close tab button. Do you accidentally click on the close button of Firefox’s tabs? You can move them or remove them, again through about:config. Edit the preference for “browser.tabs.closeButtons”. Here are the meanings of each value:

  • 0: Display a close button on the active tab only
  • 1:(Default) Display close buttons on all tabs
  • 2:Don’t display any close buttons
  • 3:Display a single close button at the end of the tab bar (Firefox 1.x behavior)
From now on, you can operate yours,
with these Firefox tips and tricks

19 February 2010

Top 5 Coldest Cities in the World

Is it New York City? Perhaps Toronto? Hong Kong? London? Well, it's not London, England, as cool as fish and chips, Chelsea FC and the Queen may be. It's not Hong Kong, either, no matter how many shopping districts and diners you may find open at 4 a.m.

The coolest on place on earth, in the entire world is in fact -- a desert. Huh?

Here we go:

1) Vostok Station and Plateau Station, Antarctica
How Cool? Vostok: -128.6°F or -89.2°C and Plateau: -119.2°F or -84°C
Antarctica is considered the coolest or coldest place on earth, inhabited only by seals, penguins and scientists for half of the year. It's also considered a desert (the largest desert in the world!) because it has little precipitation (just less than the Sahara) -- even though it's completely covered by massive amounts of ice.

The records of the coldest temperatures in the world were taken at the Vostok and Plateau Science Laboratory Stations on Antarctica. The "coolest place" award goes to Vostok Station where the temperature reached -128.6°F or -89.2°C on July 21, 1983.

2) Oymyakon and Verkhoyansk, Russia
How Cool? Oymyakon: -96.0°F or -71.1°C and Verkhoyansk: -89.8°F or -67.7°C
Siberia is in fact the coldest inhabited place in the world. Oymyakon village found in Eastern Siberia, has a population of 900 and an average temperature of -96°F or -71.2°C during the winter that lasts nine months. This region is so cold that if you take out an empty plastic bag outside, it will freeze in minutes and shatter like glass. Children are not allowed to play outside for more than 20 minutes during a winter day -- to keep their lungs from freezing!

Verkhoyansk is located near the Arctic Circle and had a population of 1,434 in 2002. They have a river port, airport and fur-collecting depot. It is also a centre for raising reindeer (for Santa, no doubt).

3) North Ice Station and Eismitte, Greenland
How Cool? North Ice: -86.8°F or -66°C and Eismitte: -84.8°F or -64.9°C
Both recording of these temperatures at North Ice Station and Eismitte were on expeditions made by European scientists and explorers in the 1930s (Eismitte) and the 1950's (North Ice). Both were made on Greenland's inland. At Eismitte, researchers spent a 12 month period from September 1930 to August 1931 recording temperatures. July was the warmest month at an average monthly temperature of 10°F and -12.2°C. The coldest month was February at -53°F or -47.2°C.

4) Snag in Yukon, Canada
How Cool? -81.4°F or -63°C
The small village of Snag, Yukon takes the record for the coldest temperature in North America to have ever been recorded and was February 3, 1947. The village is located just south of Beaver Creek, Yukon and is located in a valley. This village was settled during the Klondike Gold Rush in the late 1800s. In the mid 1900's, only approximately 10 natives lived here along with fur traders.

5) Prospect Creek, Alaska, United States
How Cool? -79.8°F or -62.1°C
Prospect Creek is located just 25 miles southeast from Bettles, Alaska. It was at a pipeline camp in January 23, 1971 that this record was taken at -79.8°F or -62.1°C. It is considered the United States' lowest recorded temperature.

Interested to go to one of those top 5 Coldest City ?

17 February 2010

Fall for you - "secondhand Lyric"

The best thing about tonight's that we're not fighting
Could it be that we have been this way before
I know you don't think that I am trying
I know you're wearing thin down to the core

But hold your breathe
Because tonight will be the night
That I will fall for you
Over again
Don't make me change my mind
Or I won't live to see another day
I swear it's true
Because a girl like you is impossible to find
You're impossible to find

This is not what I intended
I always swore to you I'd never fall apart
You always thought that I was stronger
I may have failed but I have loved you from the start

Oh, But hold your breathe
Because tonight will be the night
That I will fall for you
Over again
Don't make me change my mind
Or I won't live to see another day
I swear it's true
Because a girl like you is impossible to find
It's impossible
So breathe in so deep
Breathe me in
I'm yours to keep
And hold on to your words
Cause talk is cheap
And remember me tonight
When you're asleep

Because tonight will be the night
That I will fall for you
Over again
Don't make me change my mind
Or I won't live to see another day
I swear it's true
Because a girl like you is impossible to find

Tonight will be the night
That I will fall for you
Over again
Don't make me change my mind
Or I won't live to see another day
I swear it's true
Because a girl like you is impossible to find
You're impossible to find

16 February 2010

Toba Lake - Indonesia

World famous is the crater Toba Lake in the Batak highlands; approximately five hours drive from Medan. Toba Lake is the largest lake in South East Asia and also one of the most spectacular, surrounded by tall mountains and with the large island of Samosir in the middle. If we descend from the mountain we see the lake glittering in all its beauty. The Dutch writer Rudy Kousbroek even called Toba Lake, 'the most beautiful place on earth'. Most visitors stay on the peninsula of Tuk Tuk on Samosir, named after the linguist Herman Neubronner van der Tuuk. In general people stay several days on Samosir to discover the island, to visit traditional Batak villages, to swim in the lake and go to the hot springs inPangururan.

The centerpiece of North Sumatra, Lake Toba's bracing climate and magnificent panoramas clear the mind and soothe the soul. For decades a magnet from regional and foreign visitors alike, Toba has developed into a full-featured highland resort while retaining the rustic charm and relaxed ambiance that define Toba's attraction. Formed by a stupendous prehistoric volcanic explosion, the 100 km long lake is the largest in Southeast Asia and one of the deepest and the highest in the world. The drama of that cataclysmic birth persist in 500 meter cliffs dropping into the blue-green waters, surrounded by steep, pine c

overed sloped, the climate is fresh and pleasant, with just enough rain to support the lush vegetation.Toba Lake is a 100kms x 30kms volcanic lake in North Sumatra, Indonesia. Toba Lake has become one of the main tourist attractions for a long time in North Sumatra apart from Bukit Lawang and Nias, visited by both domestic and foreign tourist.

The Origin of Toba Lake
It is estimated that Toba Lake was formed during a volcanic eruption about 73.000-75.000 years ago and which was the most recent super volcano eruption. Bill Rose and Craig Chesner from Michigan Technological University estimated that volcan

ic materials that were spewed out the mountain totaling 2800km3, with 800km3 ignimbrites rock and 2000km3 volcanic ash that is estimated was blown (wind) to the west for 2 weeks. This incident caused mass death (destruction) and to several species also causes extinction. According to some DNA proof, this eruption also shrinks the humankind population to around thousands back then.

After this eruption, a caldera was formed that was filled by

water afterwards and now known as Toba Lake. The pressure from the dormant magma, which has not yet erupted, caused Samosir Island to emerge. The region that now known as Samosir Island originally was a peninsula that attached to the Sumatran mainland. In this peninsula the Netherlands built the water canal 10 m width.

For the first time visitors, going through Medan-Parapat route seeing a lake as big as that made Samosir appear like an amazing grand island. However, the island perspective will certainly faded with the increase in Toba plateau visitor, Nias and the other places in the south, through Medan-Berastagi route. Samosir occupied a central geographical position in the Toba plateau region. With the declaration of the Toba Samosir Regency (the inhabitants 302.000 lives, the area with wide of 3.440 km including the lake) it finally ascend fro

m only a shadow into a Regency. Moreover, the width of Samosir Island exceed Singapore (647 km), in fact Toba Lake almost twice bigger than Singapore. The Samosir image in tourism books as the backpackers location must be changed because this historic place must restore the greatness of its past.

Legend of Toba Lake

Once upon a time, lived a young orphan farmer in the northern part of the Sumatran Island. This area was very dry. The young man lived from farming and fishing. One day he went fishing, he already fishing for half of the day but still not getting any fish

yet. So he returned home for the day turns to night, but when he nearly left he saw a big beautiful golden fish, he then caught the fish and brought it home. He intended to cook the fish right away but watched the beauty of this fish he then cancelled his intention. He chose to keep it as pet, and then he placed it in a big pond and feed it. On the next day, like usual, he went to his farm, and on the noon he comeback home, to have lunch. But when he arrived in his house he was very startled for the meal had prepared to be eaten. He then fears that the fish might be stolen, and then hastily he ran to the back of his house.

However, the fish was still in place, for a long time he thinks, “Who cooks those meals”, but because his is very hungry, he ate those meals. But this inciden

t continued to occur again repeatedly, every time he came home for lunch, the meals are prepared on the table. Then one day this young man made a strategy to find out who cooks those meals, the next day he then began to commence his strategy, he then hide around the trees close to his house. He was waiting for a long time, but the smoke in his kitchen still has not been seen, and when he then intended to return home, he began to see the smoke in the kitchen.

"Hey woman, who are you, and where are you came from?” the woman began to drop tears, and then the young man saw his fish was no longer in the pond. H

e asked the woman, “hey woman, where is the fish in that pond?” the Woman cried intensely, but this young man continued to ask and finally the woman answers, “I was the fish that was caught by you”. The young man then startled, but because he felt that he had hurt the feelings this woman, then he said, “Hey woman, did you want to become my wife??” the Woman then startled, he stay quiet, then the young man said “Why are you silent??” Then the woman said, “I wanted to become your wife. But with one condition.” ”What is the condition?” the young man quickly asked, the woman then said, “In the future if our child was born and grew, never even once you said that he/she was anakni Dekke (child of a fish) ”. The young man then agreed to that condition and swore he will never say it.

Then they were married and granted a child. When the child was 6 years old, this child turn to be very naughty. Then one day the mother told her child to deliver meals to his father field, the child then went to deliver rice to his father. But in the middle of the trip, this child was felt hungry, then the child opened food package for his father, and ate the food. After finished eating, the child then wrapped it back and continued the trip to his father's field. On arrival the child gave the food package to the father, the father was very happy, the father then sat and immediately opened the food package that was sent by his wi

fe to be carried by his child. But he was very startled when he opened the package there is only bones remained. The father then asked his child “Hay my child, why there are only bones left in this package??” And the child answers,” In my trip I felt hungry, so I ate the food.” Listened to that the father was very angry, he then slap his child and said, "Botul maho anakni dekke (Why you child of a fish),". The child is then ran home crying and ask to his mother “Mak, Olo do na in dokkon amangi, botul do au anakni dekke? (Mother, is it true what father said, that I am a child from a fish?) ” Heard his child's words his mother was startled. While dropping tears and saying in her heart, “My husband has violated his swore, and now I must return to my place.” Then the sky was suddenly become dark followed with lightning, thunder, storm, and rain. The child and the mother disappeared, from their footprint emerged a spring that flowed water as swiftly as possible. Until this area was turned into a lake, that was named as “Tuba Lake” the lake without mercy, but because of the bataks was difficult to say “Tuba”, then this lake was mentioned as

According to the local Citizen, the mother return as a huge fish(the lake guardian), and until today no one is able to measure the depth of this lake. Many tourists that tried to dive into the lake but never return. The lake depth in the book is only estimation not as a fact.

With its colorful and ethnically mixed population, North Sumatera is Indonesia’s most populous province outside of Java.Tourism highlights includes the scenic beauties of Lake Toba and the Karo Highlands.

Medan : the provincial capital of North Sumatera, central of government, business and education.
Brastagis : a refreshing mountain resort, two hours drive from medan,center for vegetable, fruit and flower farming.
Parapat : mountain and lake resort on eastern shore af Lake Toba
Lake Toba : The biggest lake in Sumatera and entirely Indonesoa
Samosir : Tiny Island within and island in the middle of Lake Toba,central of Traditional Batak’s culture.

DAY 01 : Arrival Medan – Brastagi
DAY 02 : Brastagi – Parapat – Samosir
DAY 03 : Samosir – Parapat – Medan
DAY 04 : Medan departure

Inclusions :
• 1 Nights accommodation in Brastagi,samosir and Medan
• A spectacular sightseeing tour arrangement during the trip to each town
• Full board meals
• Profesional Guide Local

The largest island forming the western shorne of the archipelago of Indonesia which looks like California in shape, is a vast and varied region of rich geological and culture diversity.From Medan in the north with its neolitic ( stone – age ) culture and magnificent Lake Toba to matrilineal society of the Minangkabau people vibrant scenery,cultural heritages, and developed infrastructure og highways making overland jourseys more enjoyable.

15 February 2010

10 Most Mysterious Creatures

1. Ahool

Ahool is a kind of flying-giant bat. Its wing length is about 7 feet. This creature had ever been seen in Java island, Indonesia.

2. Agogwe

Agogwe is a very tiny creature like human and he's often seen in the east of Africa

3. Arabhar

Arabhar is just like Ahool, but it's a kind of snake. It also has ability to fly and people believe that he lives in laut Arab.

4. Tsuchinoko

A rare and strange snake specimen, it has big stomach like a bottle and it also has a tail like rat .Somebody saw it in Hokaido, Jepang.

5. Yeti

A kind of Bigfoot. He is the "Owner" of Himalaya.

6. Buru

A black lizard that is 15 feet length. Found in Himalaya but people thought it's been extincted. The pictures above is the description of this creature.

7. JerseyDevil

It's like a horse but hands and wings like bat and. It stands with 2 feet, and found in New Jersey, USA.

8. Mokele-Mbembe

Some people say that they are dinosaurs and still Kongo, Afrika.

9. Mothman

This creature is a half of human and bat. It has no neck, has wings and it's also red-eyed owner. It's seen for the first time in 1966 and it's identified as the UFH ( Unidentified Flying Humanoid).

10. Ogopogo

Monster of the sea that's like Nessie in Loch Ness. But they're found in Okanagan, Canada.

huh,, what a 10 Most Mysterious Animals !!!

What is tumor, cancer or carcinoma ?

What is tumor, cancer or carcinoma actually?
A tumor is any growth of abnormal biological tissue that occur in living things (can occur in humans, animals or plants)

This tumor itself can be grouped into 2:
1. Benign tumors

2. Malignant tumors / cancer / carcinoma

The only difference between the two types that are characteristic of growth.

Cancer has the following characteristics:

1. Aggressive

Physiologically, the human cells have a system to maintain the number of cell body, or her term Density Dependent Growth. In cancer cells this mechanism does not work. proto-oncogen which should serve to multiply the cells if there is a shortage of cells mutate to become oncogene. The existence of this oncogene which eventually led to uncontrolled growth over the normal limits.

2. Invasive

The next character of the cancer is invasive, cancer cells are so destructive n attack neighboring cells. Unlike the benign tumor cells that tend to be limited to certain areas.

3. Metastasis

Metastasis is one of the most important features and dangerous cancer dr. Metastases in the mean can be spread to other parts of the body through blood vessels or lymph vessels. At this point, the cancer cells have spread to other parts of the human body dr.

In patients with benign tumors, usually handling is to make the appointment of tumor cells exposed to reply, this is not so difficult to do even better supervision remains should always be done because after all the cancer cells have great potential to be malignant. That's why you should immediately consult a doctor if there are lumps, abnormal lumps in your body

14 February 2010

5 Best Special Forces in the World

Best Special Forces in the World. In some countries, the security forces which usually consists of a national army and police would not be able to overcome all security problems that occur in the country, especially if the security problems facing these countries are often referred to a special or special forces [terrorist, smuggling, etc.] . Bucause police and regular army, usually only trained to deal with problems that are universal.
Because that countries should establish a special force to handle only one side of the security problems, and almost all countries in the world already has special forces.

Here are 5 special forces are considered the strongest and best in the World:

1. England SAS (Special Air Service)

s a special forces regiment within the British Army who had been a model for the special forces of other countries. SAS forms a significant part of United Kingdom Special Forces Special Boat Service (SBS), Special Reconnaissance Regiment (SRR), and the Special Forces Support Group (SFSG).
Martial: Gon-Ryu Karate
Alumni: Bear Grylls [is in the discovery channel Survival expert]

2. Mossad Israeli

The Mossad [HaMossad leModi’in uleTafkidim Meyuchadim]
Mossad was responsible for intelligence gathering and covert operations, including paramilitary activities.
This is one of the main entity in the Israeli Intelligence Community, along with Aman [military intelligence] and the Shin Bet [internal security], but the director reports directly to the Prime Minister. Roles and functions similar to the Central Intelligence Agency [CIA] and the Secret Intelligence Service [SIS].
Martial: Israeli Krav Maga
Alumni: Rafi Eitan [Now he's become one of the world's peacekeeping forces]
Motto: "Prevent the first attack, neutralize your opponent, make them look bad dream what they will do."-Ron Radjik

3. Indonesian KOPASSUS

Kopassus is the Army special forces of Indonesia. groups that perform special operations missions for the Indonesian government, such as direct action: conventional war, sabotage, counter-insurgency: counter-terrorism and intelligence gathering. Kopassus was founded on April 16, 1952.
Martial: Merpati Putih (White Bird)
Alumni: best of 3 Special Forces troops have made to world peace.
Motto: Brave, True, Successful

4. Russian Spetsnaz
Russian special forces can specifically refer to any elite or Spetsnaz units under subordination of the Federal Security Service [FSB] or the Russian Ministry of Internal Troops of the Interior, and the units controlled by the GRU military intelligence service.
Martial: Russian Sambo
Motto: "How stupid those who want to kill us with their way, they just do not know that the blood that will eventually come from their own. They just do not know ... that's all. "

5. French GIGN

National Gendarmerie Intervention Group, commonly abbreviated [GIGN] [in French: Groupe d'Intervention de la Gendarmerie Nationale], is the elite Gendarmerie Special Operations French counter-terrorism and hostage rescue units; it is part of a military force called the Gendarmerie.
Even if the members of the military, they are now charged with police duties outside urbanised areas. Thus improved GIGN unit closer to the SWAT team rather than purely military units like the British SAS soldier. The operators will be trained to follow police rules and includes the negotiation and investigation specialists.

13 February 2010

My Data Card Is Broken

Everyone has a digital camera or device nowadays, allowing them to record those wonderful moments. It seems it gets easier all the time to lose pictures, either by deleting the wrong files or by data cards breaking. One frequently asked a question how to save a data from the broken data card?

Well most of the time the answer is possibly. When your datacard is broken, it stands less of a chance of recovery. The datacards have such as delicate components and the smallest thing could lead to the loss of saved data. There are more or less your potions. Based on how a data card is actually broken, can determine whether or not an easy out will be available.

Some ways to recover the lost files are – download recovery software, take it to a photography developing place, or perhaps to a Radio Shack dealer or similar specialty shop. I suggest you simply try to download a free data recovery program at home first. There’s nothing to lose, except the high costs of paying someone to do it for you. Data recovery software is a non destructive and read only utility that enables you to recover lost images, music, video files, and other office documents from your data card.

Taking the data card to a nearest photo developer may be an affordable option as well. You may simply walk in and ask if they can pull up anything. They may have a more advanced way of recovering your data. Now you don’t have to worry if your data card is broken.

12 February 2010

10 Scariest Abandoned Mental Asylums

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Set in woody grounds in Lancashire, the now-decaying Whittingham Asylum was at one stage the largest in Britain. Built in 1869 from the designs of Henry Littler, by 1939 its main building and annexes housed 3533 patients and 548 staff. With its own farms, telephone exchange, post office, reservoirs, gas works, orchestra, brass band, butchers and brewery – plus railway station – Whittingham was the epitome of a self-contained asylum. It also pioneered the use of EEG, the recording of the brain’s electrical activity.

Surreal decay and growth: Hallway and day room in Whittingham Asylum


The military took over the asylum during WWI and II, before large institutions like Whittingham fell out of favour with the Mental Health Act of 1960. Allegations of abuse against patients in Whittingham also led to a public inquiry and staff were dismissed. Patients were given new therapies and relocated during the ’70s and ’80s, and the hospital was at last closed in 1995. Since then, this massive site has been derelict and in a bad state of disrepair, one section has been flattened, and plans are underway for redevelopment.

Hellingly Asylum

If abandoned asylums are seen as creepy places then names like Hellingly Asylum don’t help. On top of a hill overlooking the East Sussex countryside lie the decrepit remains of this once grand psychiatric hospital – soon to be no more. Built by GT Hine, one of the esteemed asylum architects of his time, Hellingly opened its doors in 1903, and was a prime example of the ‘splendid isolation’ philosophy evident in the design of institutional buildings of the era. Self-sufficient for years, it even had its own tram and railway.

Rotting Carcass: Hellingly Asylum fire damage and corridors


Until quite recently Hellingly retained its sense of isolation but sadly is currently being stripped out by contractors, ready to be razed to the ground. Most of Hellingly’s buildings were closed in 1994, after which it grew increasingly run-down and suffered attacks by vandals, not least arson. Urban explorers were drawn here due to its size, extensive grounds, great dilapidation, and stand-out features – including its vast laundry, patients’ shop, sewing rooms, water tower, large boiler house and inspiring ballroom.

Denbigh Asylum


Denbigh Asylum in North Wales offers a magnificent, even daunting exterior to the outside world, but inside is rotting away. Built between 1846 and 1848 from plans drawn up by Thomas Fulljames, this pioneering example of early Victorian asylum architecture was constructed because of the appalling conditions faced by Welsh people with mental health problems. Originally Denbigh only housed 200 patients, but to relieve overcrowding it was later extended, reaching its peak capacity of 1,500 in 1956.

Dark and decaying: Denbigh Asylum corridor and main hall

Denbigh was finally closed in 1995, and its limestone Grade II listed building – surrounded by acres of wooded, landscaped grounds originally donated by a local landowner – was left to ruin. Destructive human action has played its part in Denbigh’s demise, with machinery stripped and rooms smashed to pieces. Meanwhile, natural decay has also set in, such that sections of the floor have rotted through, making navigation difficult if not dangerous. Ironically, the most intact part of Denbigh is its morgue.

St Mary’s Asylum


Battered but not yet broken, St Mary’s Asylum in Northumberland lies in an isolated location yet with several access routes to its chapel, superintendent’s residence and main entrance. Its compact arrow plan was the work of GT Hine, and is not unlike that the same architect designed for Hellingly – also in similarly red-brick in style. Opened in 1914, St Mary’s was soon commandeered during WWI; then, after the modification of the isolation hospital to form a sanatorium for TB patients, it was again used through WWII.

Derelict but not forgotten: Old hall and dilapidated corridor in St Mary’s Asylum


Despite various proposals for redeveloping St Mary’s, today this relic from a bygone era of mental health treatment is disused apart from a few occupied staff residences. The Grade II listed buildings have remained in remarkably good condition, probably because of their remote location, though the boiler house chimney has collapsed due to structural failure and its emergency medical huts were demolished prior to the hospital’s closure in 1995. Most of the equipment has now been taken from inside; most but not all.

West Park Asylum


West Park Asylum in Surrey is a sprawling complex of red-brick buildings that radiate out from idiotically the burnt-out shell of its central hall. Designed by William C. Clifford-Smith, and opened in the 1923 after use during WWII, it was the last in a long legacy of psychiatric hospitals in the London area. West Park was built to the American ‘colony’ plan, with wards clustered together in the same building, creating isolated communities, and each building linked to the others via a web-like maze of corridors.

Decaying interior: West Park Asylum nursery and day room

West Park housed up to 2000 patients of mixed class and so needed to be large, with enormous kitchens and extensive boiler houses and plant rooms. Yet in the mid ’90s the hospital fell into neglect and by 2003 was all but closed. A few outer wards remain in use, but West Park is now derelict, its impressive buildings slowly going to ruin. That said, it does draw urban explorers, who are able to see patients’ belongings still strewn around, hospital items like beds and equipment, and even a padded cell.

High Royds Asylum


With its 130-ft tall clock tower dominating the surrounding West Yorkshire landscape, High Royds Asylum is perhaps the most grandiose presented here – a stunning piece of architecture replete with Italian mosaics and elegant tile work. With its intricate details and dramatic views, this 300-acre Grade II listed site has been compared to a palace rather than a psychiatric institution. Even so, it has deteriorated a great deal since its closure in 2003, and is currently being redeveloped for housing.

Ghosts of High Royds Asylum: Inside the hallways and wards

Opened in 1888 as the West Riding Pauper Lunatic Asylum, High Royds was designed by J. Vickers-Edwards and is arguably the finest example of a broad arrow layout. Self-contained like Hellingly and West Park, High Royds formerly boasted a library, surgery, butchers, dairy, tailor, sweetshop, bakers and cobblers – as well as its own railway system – and at one stage could house up to 1,300 patients. Today the energy of High Royds’ past residents is said to still be present despite its demise.

Severalls Asylum


Ranging over 300-acres, but now-fenced off and hazardous, time was when Severalls Asylum housed some 2000 patients. Designed by Frank Whitmore and opened in 1913, it was based on the ‘echelon plan’, with buildings linked to one another by a network of interconnecting corridors, allowing staff to move around without having to brave the weather. Most of the structures were built in an unembellished, typically Edwardian style, and those still standing have changed little since the hospital’s closure in 1997.

Echelon bowels: Interconnected corridors riddling Severalls Asylum

Although doubtless not alone, Severalls was an asylum where psychiatrists were free to experiment on patients using treatments now considered inhumane – like electro-convulsive therapy and frontal lobotomy – before reforms were introduced in the ’60s. Today, its buildings have suffered vandalism and fire attacks, leading to the demolition of the charred main hall in 2007, yet people are still attracted by the remnants of Severalls’ past – including leftover medical equipment and a mortuary containing body refrigerators.

Deva Asylum


In the grounds of the still-in-use Countess of Chester Hospital is an abandoned gem in Deva Asylum. Opened in 1829, it was originally designed by William Cole Jr. to house up to 500 patients, but over the years was expanded with new annexes until it could finally hold over 1,500. The asylum eventually closed in 2005 and since then has lain deserted and exposed to the forces of nature. Yet despite this, some sections look as though they are still in use – if that is you ignore the discarded patient logs.

Do not enter: Hazard room and hallway inside Deva Asylum


Though completely derelict, Deva is beautifully preserved. Certain parts are even said to have power and running water, while its cramped rooms, labs and pharmacy are in good condition. Other notable features include the legendary hazard room painted as an art piece a few years back, high security seclusion cells, and an intact dentist’s chair tucked away deep inside the bowels of the service tunnels. Decay is naturally present in the old tiled corridors and stone spiral steps, but Deva also has an untouched quality.

St John’s Asylum


An abandoned asylum with an imposing water tower, St John’s in Lincolnshire also features a freshly restored facade – though the interior is another story. Opened in 1852 based on designs by John R. Hamilton, the hospital was originally built to house 250 inmates, but was enlarged at later dates. The early inmates were sometimes referred to as ‘visitors’, but as well as cultivating the grounds to provide vegetables and disposing of sewage, they were doubtless also subjected to bodily restraints that belied such a name.

The darkness within: Corridor and skeletal staircase in St John’s Asylum


St John’s was shut down in 1989 and bought by developers who have converted half of the site into houses, but the main asylum buildings are Grade II listed and so cannot be demolished. The interior, however, is little more than a shell. Practically every room is stripped bare, although the Y-shaped stairwell remains of interest; so too the extremely cramped cells lining the long, barren corridors. The grounds of St John’s formerly had their own cemetery together with chapel and mortuary, now no more.

Cane Hill Asylum

With the exception of its huge chapel and water tower, Cane Hill Asylum in Croydon, Greater London now lies totally flattened. However, there was a time when its boiler houses, mortuary and tunnels – all set in acres of lush woodland – were legendary to those fascinated by abandoned places in the UK. Arson attacks coupled with structural damage from the elements took a heavy toll, and demolition commenced in July 2001 – a sorry decline for a hospital opened in 1883 which at its peak housed up to 2,000 patients.

Gnawing disrepair: On the wards and visiting the dentist in Cane Hill Asylum

The main buildings of Cane Hill were designed by Charles Henry Howell and the hospital given a Latin motto that translates: ‘I bring relief to troubled minds’. Whether it did or not, in its day Cane Hill was held as an example for the treatment of the mentally ill. This imposing Victorian asylum remained largely untouched until the ’60s when Health Minister Enoch Powell called for the closure of the asylums. By 1991, it had closed all but its secure units and was heavily underused by the time it was shut down in 2008.

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