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History Incorrect Ancient Spark Plug Nano Technology

In History on January 5, 2014 at 23:08

With advanced Technologies, we are now confident that we can update and be certain about the History of Mankind and the World.

We have carbon Dating to determine the period of an artifact, Radio Telescopes which can peer into distant galaxies to find more about the Universe.

These very instruments are making us rethink what has been known to us as History on the origin of Life, appearance of Homo Sapiens and the History of Civilizations.

Ancient Manuscripts and legends speak of  things which they could not have had access to.

Indian Texts speak of Atomic blasts five thousand years ago,Artificial insemination, Flying Saucers, Airplanes,Travel to the Stars, these are found in the Indian texts.

They speak of electricity as well

Please read some of my posts on these subjects.

Find here below a list of anomalies, instances, objects,events which could not have taken place or they have no business to be there at all.according to or reading of History

1. Spark plugin a geode.

In 1930,owners of a Gift shop found an encrusted Fossil in California in 1930.

On cutting it open with a diamond cutter they found..a Spark Plug.

It was Carbon dated.

Its age..at least 500,000 years!

  • Ancient modern tools. While quarrying limestone in 1786, workers came to a bed of sand about 50 feet below ground level. In the layer of sand, however, they found the stumps of stone pillars and fragments of half-worked rock. Digging further, they found coins, the petrified wooden handles of hammers, and pieces of other petrified wooden tools. The sand in which the discovery was made was beneath a layer of limestone dated at 300 million years old.
  • Mysterious vase.

    The mysterious  Vase

    The stunning Lycurgus cup reveals a brilliant red when light passes through its sections of glass containing gold-silver alloyed nanoparticles. Photograph: British Museum Images

  •  In June, 1851, Scientific American reprinted a report from the Boston Transcript about how a metallic vase, found in two parts, was dynamited out of solid rock 15 feet below the surface in Dorchester, Mass. The bell-shaped vase (see photo), measuring 4-1/2 inches high and 6-1/2 inches at the base, was composed of a zinc and silver alloy. On the sides were figures of flowers in bouquet arrangements, inlaid with pure silver. The estimated age of the rock out of which it came: 100,000 years.
  • Too-old screw.

    Ancient screw

    Million Year Old Screw

  •  In 1865, a two-inch metal screw was discovered in a piece of feldspar unearthed from the Abbey Mine in Treasure City, Nev. The screw had long ago oxidized, but its form – particularly the shape of its threads – could be clearly seen in the feldspar. The stone was calculated to be 21 million years in age.
  • Ancient nanotechnology. In 1991-1993, gold prospectors on the Narada river on the eastern side of the Ural mountains in Russia found unusual, mostly spiral-shaped objects, the smallest measuring about 1/10,000th of an inch! The objects are composed of copper and the rare metals tungsten and molybdenum. Tests showed the objects to be between 20,000 and 318,000 years old.

……………….More to follow.

 

Source:

http://paranormal.about.com/od/ancientanomalies/a/Pieces-Out-Of-Time.htm

 

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Shit and More Photo Essay

In Interesting and funny on September 29, 2013 at 16:03

On The Unexpected.

On The Uncomfortable.

Wisdom on Happiness.

Freedom and Happiness.

On Life.

Do It today

Life in the Past.

On the Past.

Shaw on Men.

On Thinking By Bernard Shaw.

Blessing.

Apache Blessing.

Source:

http://likes.com/peterbell1962/17921525

 

Balanced View Lifestyle World Death

In lifestyle on June 18, 2013 at 09:19

We come across extremes in Life,

 

Life Quotes.

Life QuotesLife Quotes.

Pleasure, Pain,

Good,Bad,

Hot, Cold,

Love ,Hatred,

Home, World,

Family Life, Renunciation,

How does one follow the Precepts?

An advice is can not be followed unless it is  experienced or we experience something similar.

Another tack is to understand by observing simple things in Life.

Rain flows as a River rolling down everything in its wake, not respecting anything.

It is predetermined, even that it is not, nor are we sure about,

As the things do not know why they are tumbled when being tumbled, nor the River that impels them, one rolls down Life.

As such, one need not be overawed by Great-men, much less condescending towards the weak and less gifted.

பெரியோரை வியத்தலும் இலமே;

சிறியோரை இகழ்தல் அதனினும் இலமே.”
We are solely responsible for our Life, be it Good Times  or Bad Times.
This accountability is the backbone of Hinduism and the Theory of Karma.
Of Course, we have limited Freedom, in that though we are free to choose a course of action, we can not determine the choices life offers or what impels us to choose a particular option.
None can insult you, demean you or elevate without your consent.
Atman is Your best friend and is Your worst enemy” Bhagavad Gita.
You are the Master of Your destiny.
தீதும், நன்றும், பிறர் தர வாரா;’
So are problems and solutions.
Hinduism is such a Religion that can say God is the Repository of Grief as well.
‘Dukkabukh,’ Repository of Grief-Vishnusahasranama.
Then why do we pray?
Because he gives you the strength, provides you with the tolls to tide over.
Dukka Sadanah’ Provides you with the avenues to combat the problems-Visnu Sahasranamam.
Therefore problems and solutions are with us.
“நோதலும், தணிதலும், அவற்றோர் அன்ன;”
This being happy or Sad is meaningless.
For even Death is not New!
“சாதலும் புதுவது அன்றே! வாழ்தல்”
So the whole world is Mine . All are my Friends.
யாதும் ஊரே,யாவரும் கேளிர்;’
‘Mara Ca Parvat Devi Pitha Devo Maheswarah,
Bhandavvah Siva Bhaktaasca,
Swadeso Bhuvath Thrayam’
Goddess Parvat is My Mother, Lord Siva is My Father,
Worshipers of Siva are my relatives,
Therefore the Whole World is Mine-Adi Sankaracharya.

யாதும் ஊரே ; யாவரும் கேளிர் ;


தீதும் நன்றும் பிறர்தர வாரா ;

நோதலும் தணிதலும் அவற்றோ ரன்ன ;

சாதலும் புதுவது அன்றே ; வாழ்தல்

இனிதுஎன மகிழ்ந்தன்றும் இலமே; முனிவின்,

இன்னா தென்றலும் இலமே; ‘மின்னொடு

வானம் தண்துளி தலைஇ, ஆனாது

கல்பொருது இரங்கும் மல்லற் பேர்யாற்று

நீர்வழிப் படூஉம் புணைபோல, ஆருயிர்

முறைவழிப் படூஉம்’ என்பது திறவோர்

காட்சியின் தெளிந்தனம் ஆகலின், மாட்சியின்

பெரியோரை வியத்தலும் இலமே;

சிறியோரை இகழ்தல் அதனினும் இலமே.
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திணை: பொதுவியல் துறை -பொருண்மொழிக் காஞ்சி

What Is Not Yours

In Random thoughts on April 23, 2013 at 10:28

I used to be fond of watches.

At one pint of time, as early as last year, I had about 28 wrist watches!

Now I lost interest in them.

I had a thought.

I have been acquiring things.

After a lapse of time, I lost interest.

I discard them.

They were mine for a time.

No body has taken them away from me.

They are still there.

But I feel they are not mine.

So is with everything in Life.

You have a Car ;after some time,you lose interest,in name they are yours ,but you do not enjoy it anymore.

In that sense it is not yours.

What is ours here?

The Ground we walk on?

Water,

The Sun,

The air we breathe?

Friends?

Wife?

Children?

Wealth?

Why go further?

Even Life is not ours.

We are Trustees..

Things are here for our temporary keeping.

We have no ownership.

We have the right to enjoy them,with the consequences.

Nothing more.

Wife’s Thoughts On Husband’s death

In Behavior, Family, lifestyle on February 22, 2013 at 09:35

I received a Forward.

I am porting some thing which has no relevance, yet relevant to the story here.

Go through the Story.

There is a bland statement to the effect that the husband died and only  narration dealing with monetary affairs.

As if a thought had struck that it might not look nice if nothing is spoken about the deceased husband a reference is made  to the effect that there is no time for grieving.

Strange Logic.

I am yet to know that you need a separate time allocated and available for grieving.

Me. I lost my wife and Me 38 years ago and I have not slept normally at all for all these years , not withstanding that I have grand children.

I do not remember my wife for what she had done for me or what she would be doing for me if were alive to-day, but the pain of having been separated…well… one has to feel it to understand it.

I am called most unemotional by my children and one with a cold heart.

Be it as may,

I know there are issues to be tackled, especially economic.

And Life Goes On.

Yet to focus only on the economic aspects to the exclusion of the pangs of separation?

I do not know.

May I am a fool.

People who are dead and gone will not return.

I know.

But this attitude?

Is this all Marriage and bonding  all about and is this about Valentine’s’ day?

May be this is practical way of Living?!

May be.

What I do know is that even animals forsake their food,especially Monkeys and Elephants , in some cases,die,if they lose their mate.

Are we so advanced not to react humanely?

Have become so obsessed with money to be sanitized from normal human emotions?

Is this Life?

Again I do not know.

I am old-fashioned.

I do not know how to say ‘I Love You’

Nor can I bring myself to say ‘I can not Live with out you’

That’s all I can Say on this story.

For those who know Tamil.

வீடு வரை உறவு  வீதி வரை மனைவி …

‘ “கொண்டு வந்தால் தந்தை; கொண்டு வந்தாலும் வராவிட்டாலும் தாய், சீர் கொண்டு வந்தால் சகோதரி, கொலையும் செய்வாள் பத்தினி, உயிர் காப்பான் தோழன்” -தூக்கு தூக்கி ‘

பணத்தின் மீதுதான் பக்தி என்றபின் பந்த பாசமே  ஏனடா -கண்ணதாசன்  - பழனி

Grieving for the Wife.

Grieving for the Wife.

Story:

“Few things I learnt after my husband’s death:-
We always believe we will live forever. Bad things always happen to others.
Only when things hit us bang on your head you realise… Life is so unpredictable….
My husband was an IT guy.All Technical. And I am a chartered accountant.

Awesome combination you may think.
Techie guy so everything is on his laptop.His to do  list.

His e-bill and his bank statements in his email. He even maintained a folder which said IMPWDS wherein he stored all log in id and passwords for all his online accounts.

And even his laptop had a password.

Techie guy so all the passwords were alpha-numeric with a special character not an easy one to crack.

Office policy said passwords needed to be changed every 30 days.

So every time I accessed his laptop I would realize it’s a new password again.

I would simply opt for asking him ‘What’s the latest password’ instead of taking the strain to memorize it.
You may think me being a Chartered Accountant would means everything is documented and filed properly.

Alas! many of my chartered accountant friends would agree that the precision we follow with our office documents and papers do not flow in to day to-day home life. At office you have been the epitome of Reliability / Competent / Diligent etc but.

At home front there is always a tomorrow.
One fine morning my hubby expired in a bike accident on his way home from office.

He was just 33.

His laptop with all his data crashed.everything on his hard disk wiped off.No folder of IMPWDS to refer back to

.His mobile with all the numbers on it was smashed.But that was just the beginning.

I realised I had a lot to learn.
9 years married to one of the best human beings.with no kids.just the two of us to fall back on.but now I stood all alone and lost.
Being chartered accountant helped in more ways than one but it was not enough.

I needed help.His saving bank accounts, his salary bank accounts had no nominee

.On his insurance his mom was the nominee and it was almost 2 years back she had expired. But this was just a start.

I didn’t know the password to his email account where all his e-bill came.

I didn’t know which expenses he paid by standing instructions.
His office front too was not easy. His department had changed recently.I didn’t know his reporting boss name to start with.when had he last claimed his shift allowance, his mobile reimbursement.
The house we bought with all the excitement on a loan thought with our joint salary we could afford the EMI.

When the home loans guys suggested insurance on the loan.we decided the instead of paying the premium the difference in the EMI on account of the insurance could be used pay towards prepayment of the loan and get the tenure down.

We never thought what we would do if we have to live on a single salary.So now there was huge EMI to look into .
I realised I was in for a long haul.
Road accident case.

So everywhere I needed a Death certificate, FIR report, Post Mortem report.

For everything there were forms running into pages.indemnity bonds.notary.surety to stand up for you.

No objections certificates from your co-heirs.
I learnt other than your house, your land,

Your car, your bike are also your property.

So what if you are the joint owner of the flat.you don’t become the owner just because your hubby is no more.

So what if your hubby expired in the bike accident and you are the nominee but if the bike is in a repairable condition .you have to get the bike transferred in your name to claim the insurance.

And that was again not easy.

The bike or car cannot be transferred in your name without going through a set of legal documents.

Getting a Succession Certificate is another battle all together.
Then came the time you realise now you have to start changing all the bills, assets in your name.

Your gas connection, electricity meter, your own house, your car, your investments and all sundries.

And then change all the nominations where your own investments are concerned.

And again a start of a new set of paperwork.
To say I was shaken.my whole life had just turned upside down was an understatement.

You realise you don’t have time to mourn and grieve for the person with whom you spend the best years of your life

. Because you are busy sorting all the paper work.
I realised then how much I took life for granted

.I thought being a chartered accountant I am undergoing so many difficulties.what would have happened to someone who was house maker who wouldn’t understand this legal hotchpotch.
A sweet friend then told me dear this was not an end.you have no kids.your assets will be for all who stand to claim.after my hubby’s sudden death.I realised it was time I took life more seriously.

I now needed to make a Will.

I would have laughed if a few months back if he had asked me to make one

 

.But now life had taken a twist.
Lessons learnt this hard way were meant to be shared.

After all why should the people whom we love the most suffer after we are no more.

Sorting some paperwork before we go will at least ease some of their grief.
1. Check all your nominations…
It’s a usual practice to put a name (i.e in the first place if you have mentioned it) and royally forget about it. Most of us have named our parent as a nominee for investments, bank accounts opened before marriage. We have not changed the same even years after they are no longer there with us. Even your salary account usually has no nomination.. Kindly check all your Nominations.
- Bank Accounts
- Fixed Deposits, NSC
- Bank Lockers
- Demat Accounts
- Insurance (Life, Bike or Car or Property)
- Investments
- PF Pension Forms
2. Passwords..
We have passwords for practically everything. Email accounts, Bank accounts, even for the laptop you use. What happens when your next in kin cannot access any of these simply because they do not know your password… Put it down on a paper.
3. Investments.
Every year for tax purpose we do investments. Do we maintain an excel sheet about it. If so is it on the same laptop of which the password you had not shared. Where are those physical investments hard copy.
4. Will.
Make a Will. I know you will smile even I would.had I not gone through all what I did.It would have made my life lot easier.a lot less paperwork.I wouldn’t had to provide an indemnity bond, get it notarised, ask surety to stand up, no objections certificates from others…
5. Liabilities.
When you take a loan say for your house or car.Check out on all the what ifs.what if I am not there tomorrow.what if I lose my job.Will the EMI still be within my range.If not get an insurance on the loan.The people left will not have to worry on something as basic as their own house.
My battles have just begun…But let us at least try to make few changes so that our loved ones would not suffer after we go.We do not know what will happen in the future.

But as the Scout motto goes: “Be prepared “

 

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