We love our country. We are not a developed nation but we are a developing nation, facing various obstacles in our path and then there are anti-social elements who just can’t be kept silent without committing crime. And instead of punishing them or eradicating them from our nation, we have other idiots with brilliant ideas to implement in other words “spiritual and political idiots”.
Here are the Top 10 ways to avoid RAPE – Suggested by our Bull S*** Politicians & So called self proclaimed GOD MAN :
1. Don’t live in India -
Migrate to Bharat instead.
(Courtesy – RSS Chief Mohan Bhagwat)
2. Don’t eat chowmein.
(Courtesy – Khap Panchayat)
3. Don’t go out with boys in the night.
(Courtesy – Abu Azmi of Samajwadi Party).
Better still – go on self imposed house-arrest.
4. Don’t wear jeans. Fashion is strictly prohibited.
(Courtesy – too may people to mention)
5. Get married when you are 16years old.
(Courtesy – Khap Panchayat)
6. Don’t use mobile.
(Courtesy – Some Panchayat in UP)
7. Don’t cross Maryada
(Courtesy – MP Minister Kailash Vijayvargiya)
8. Say NO to anything remotely connected to western culture
(Courtesy – RSS Chief Mohan Bhagwat)
9. Perform puja to put “stars” in correct “position”.
(Courtesy – Chhattisgarh Home Minister Nanki Ram Kanwar)
And if everything mentioned above fails and you are still being raped, here is the last weapon
10. Call your rapist “Bhaiya”.
(Courtesy – Spiritual Guru Asaramji Bapu)
That ought to STOP THE RAPE!!
Mera Desh Mahan…. This is the real problem with our country…. which is filled such sick people and their sick mentality.. We need a change and intellects to run this country and remove these spiritual and political idiots once and for all from our country.
Courtesy – From FB updates
Ever traveled alone, in a journey spanning from a day two days in train, Bus, flights. If you use public transport, you will find people and these people happen to be in types based on what they do when they travel. Thus, Categories of Travelers can be divided on the basis on what they are doing while traveling :
1. Sleeping or the Lazy Goons –
These class of people fall asleep as soon they sense any movement. They sleep as if they have never slept in ages. Few are in genuine sleep for example who could not sleep in night. While most of them are just lying asleep by closing their eyes. Its their laziness. Its all filled up in their a**. As soon their a** is on move they will sleep. There are few who sleep in standing.
I saw few of them, when I used to travel New Delhi to Noida in evening after my office.. back in 2008. They will sleep and then lean on you with mouth wide open. I used to kick them hard enough to come into their senses. Back in Mumbai you may find them in locals as well. They exist in flight as well, who can’t stay awake for even 2 hours.
2. Lost Outside in the view -
These are the people who just peep pout and look outside the window. They just see outside. No purpose but its what they don. I happen to be in this category.
3. Lost in Thinking -
These kind of people are those who love day dreaming. From a sweet dream to chaos in their mind. They are idle or looking outside but in a deep thought. They keep to themselves and don’t talk to any one.
4. Staring other people’s faces -
These are the most irritating people while traveling. Ok, you are anxious to see all the people traveling but staring at each and everyone traveling is awkward. Even if everyone is looking outside, they will stare at people’s faces. If they some one talking, they will try their best to peep and heard what they are saying.
5. Listening Music, read books, etc -
These are the young generation, who don’t give a shit about who is traveling. They just keep themselves busy in music, reading, etc.
6. The Leaners -
These people are physically weak and just lean on others. They cannot sit straight, they cannot stand straight. They need a wall to lean down, if their is none available they may even lean on fellow passengers besides.
7. The Thieves -
These are the one you should watch for. They show the traits of all the above types mentioned. Its all to get their mission accomplished. If they have to steal something they will lean on you, they will stare at you, they may even listen music but when they get a chance they will steal – your baggage, your wallet, mobile anything they get their hands on.
So people like me who travel, notice this and hence the observation. So, which one are you ?
Man’s greed for things has no limit. Thing’s we don’t need, things we might not need and things we thought we would need. There is a famous quote from the movie – “Fight Club” below :
We buy things we don’t need with money we don’t have to impress people we don’t like.
- Fight Club
Happens to be in the list of My All time Great Movies.
Movies come and go, there are one which leave their impression on fans. Star wars series is favorite of millions of fans world-wide. Filled with quotes, one of my favorite quote is this one :
Fear is the path to the dark side. Fear leads to anger. Anger leads to hate. Hate leads to suffering.
- Yoda (From Star Wars)
The overall box office revenue generated by the Star Wars films is $4.49 billion, making it the third-highest-grossing film series of all time. In October 2012, The Walt Disney Company agreed to buy Lucasfilm and announced that a new Star Wars Episode VII film will be released in 2015. May the force be wit you
Manesar has been much in the news in past months, one side says worker violence responsible for the disruptions in production. Other side says it’s part of a management plan to scuttle their efforts to form a union.
I recently came across a blog – http://fountainink.in/?p=2660&all=1 , which offers an other-side story. Story from a worker. It was not only over-hyped but the facts mentioned in it was wrong.
Salary woes and Reality – Maruti Suzuki Manesar Story
It is true that workers are exploited by industries but it can never be justified by Murder of any employee.
There are workers who left Maruti and joined Honda and are earning as much as Rs. 32,000 today.
If people of Honda are getting 32000 salary why not try and move to Honda ? Why Honda Hired ex workers of Maruti ? Because they were better ? Or lucky?
The car comes to the worker on the conveyor belt and depending on what your job is to add to it, it stops for 35-40 seconds on an average. So if a worker’s task is to add a brake and pedal, then that’s what you do all day, with 8-10 bolts in every car, car after car, 40 seconds per car. The result is a bit like a dance move, the same move, non-stop for eight hours. The screw gun in one hand, fix it, run back, pick up another bolt, move back to the car. A bit like aerobics.
Wrong, most of the work in Plants is done by the Automated machines, workers presence is merely for supervision of the same and has been descriptive as if they were working like anything to produce Cars. Just see the video on Youtube what the worker does and how highly it has been described.
Third, there has been comparison of salaries by so called socialist/communists. A worker cannot get salary of a manager. This is not Stone age, that work amount is defined by how many times you hammer. It is based on your level of intelligence and skills you have. Ask a villager who will die to get job in Maruti, there are many emails spams circulating regarding fake jobs in Maruti Plants.. Working as labour is prestigious job for those who don’t have it.
Fourth, all labours can’t be on regular, to maintain a completion and better performance there are contract labours and often rewarded to be a permanent one.
By 1997, they wanted to get rid of the old permanent labourers so that they could get most of the production done by cheap labour which could be fired at will, and would thus not make a noise about exploitation. Thus came the Voluntary Retirement Scheme, VRS. Some took it and left, but very few. By 2000, the management started making drastic, exploitative changes to the incentive system, which we opposed. Shouting slogans, hunger strike and so on, began, and reached the stage of tools down. But the management wouldn’t take back its incentive system revisions. The management started dismissing workers one by one. The workers’ movement started gathering steam.
Labourers who worked in 90′s have climbed the ladder of success, but only who deserved it not just because it has to be given to everyone.
Sixth, justifying that Maruti makes lots of profit and we should hence get more salary is wrong. Do they cut your salary when they go in loss (Hypothetical situation), they may fire but will not reduce your salary. There was a similar argument that CEO must get low salary couple of years back. Society will never make progress if this is the case. Efficiency and talent decides your fate. It can be understood only when you keep aside the communist thinking.
Also, there were news of Naxalites provoking the incident. There is no light on this ? Why ?
In 2012, nuclear energy is no more new, we have been using it since past 60 years with lot of implications like handling nuclear waste to radiation poisoning in case of any accidental leakage. So “Why don’t modern spacecraft use nuclear power ?”
The Voyager 1 & 2 spacecraft launched in 1977 with Plutonium as their source of electricity. 34 years later they claim these two spacecraft have enough power to last them until at least 2020. That means they will have had enough power to last them at least 42 years. It obviously offers enough power to literally send transmissions across the entire solar system.
Why don’t modern spacecraft use nuclear power if it offers such longevity and power? You would think that 34 years later we would have the technology to make this even more viable source of electricity then when the Voyagers were designed and built. The New Frontiers spacecraft seems like an excellent candidate for nuclear power. Radioisotope Thermoelectric Generators (RTGs) are used when a spacecraft will be venturing too far from the sun to get enough power from it, or when it experiences extended periods of darkness while still needing to operate. This is the case with the Pioneer missions, Voyager missions, the Cassini missions.
RTGs are dangerous, especially if the spacecraft fails during launch, or an earth-flyby goes badly (this could spread radioactive material across a continent), and don’t generate much power when compared to solar panels in close proximity to the sun. Solar panels are used for missions that will almost always have a clear view of the sun, where they can generate much more power than RTGs can. But this not true, if you Google this out. The true story goes out like this : “Solar is not used due to expense or expediency, it is used due to political pressure afforded by general uneducated paranoia.”
Political pressure hampering our Space Explorations.Damn, these idiots think Space Exploration is the last thing mankind needs.
I am a computer guy, I don’t have any knowledge of Nuclear Science, except for what I learned in my school days. I have been always been fascinated with the power and wonders of the Nuclear Energy. I believe in future when we run out of non-renewable sources of energy like coal, petroleum, etc.. We may have to rely on the nuclear fuel, till we have a breakthrough to use the non-renewable source practically. This may be achieved by using the nuclear fuel present in space. For example Helium-3
Perhaps in our life span, we would be able to at least explore most of our solar system. Here is one of the satellite trying to help mankind. New Horizons is a NASA robotic spacecraft mission currently en route to the dwarf planet Pluto. It is expected to be the first spacecraft to fly by and study Pluto and its moons, Charon, Nix, Hydra, S/2011 P 1, and S/2012 P 1, with an estimated arrival date at the Pluto-Charon system of July 14, 2015. NASA may then also attempt flybys of one or more other Kuiper belt objects, if a suitable target can be located.
New Horizons-Journey to the end of our Solar System-Pluto was launched on January 19, 2006, directly into an Earth-and-solar-escape trajectory with an Earth-relative velocity of about 16.26 km/s after its last engine was shut down. Thus, the spacecraft left Earth at the greatest-ever launch speed for a man-made object. It flew by the orbit of Mars on April 7, 2006, the orbit of Jupiter on February 28, 2007, the orbit of Saturn on June 8, 2008; and the orbit of Uranus on March 18, 2011.
Here is a weird thing. When the spacecraft was launched, Pluto was still classified as a planet, later to be reclassified as a dwarf planet by the International Astronomical Union (IAU). Some members of the New Horizons team, including Alan Stern, disagree with the IAU definition and still describe Pluto as the ninth planet. Pluto’s satellites Nix and Hydra also have a connection with the spacecraft: the first letters of their names, N and H, are the initials of “New Horizons”. The moons’ discoverers chose these names for this reason, in addition to Nix and Hydra’s relationship to the mythological Pluto.
To commemorate the discovery of Pluto, one ounce of the ashes of Pluto discoverer Clyde Tombaugh are aboard the spacecraft, while one of the science packages (a dust counter) is named after Venetia Burney, who, as a child, suggested the name Pluto after its discovery.
The best image till date we have of Pluto is from Hubble Telescope and this will be even better when it reaches closer. Personally, I am too excited and waiting for 2015.
Key mission dates (via Wikipedia)
|June 8, 2001||New Horizons selected by NASA.||After a three month concept study before submission of the proposal, two design teams were competing: POSSE (Pluto and Outer Solar System Explorer) and New Horizons.|
|June 13, 2005||Spacecraft departed APL for final testing.||Spacecraft undergoes final testing at Goddard Space Flight Center (GSFC).|
|September 24, 2005||Spacecraft shipped to Cape Canaveral||It was moved through Andrews Air Force Base aboard a C-17 Globemaster III cargo aircraft.|
|December 17, 2005||Spacecraft ready for in rocket positioning||Transported from Hazardous Servicing Facility to Vertical Integration Facility at Space Launch Complex 41.|
|January 11, 2006||Primary launch window opened||The launch was delayed for further testing.|
|January 16, 2006||Rocket moved onto launch pad||Atlas V launcher, serial number AV-010, rolled out onto pad.|
|January 17, 2006||Launch delayed||First day launch attempts scrubbed because of unacceptable weather conditions (high winds).|
|January 18, 2006||Launch delayed again||Second launch attempt scrubbed because of morning power outage at the Applied Physics Laboratory.|
|January 19, 2006||Successful launch at 14:00 EST (19:00 UTC)||The spacecraft was successfully launched after brief delay due to cloud cover.|
|April 7, 2006||Passing of Mars’s orbit||The probe passed Mars’s orbit: 1.7 AU from Earth.|
|June 13, 2006||Flyby of asteroid 132524 APL||The probe passed closest to the asteroid 132524 APL in the Belt at about 101,867 km at 04:05 UTC. Pictures were taken.|
|November 28, 2006||First image of Pluto||The image of Pluto was taken from a great distance, rendering the dwarf planet faint.|
|January 10, 2007||Navigation exercise near Jupiter||Long distance observations of Jupiter’s outer moon Callirrhoe as a navigation exercise.|
|February 28, 2007||Jupiter flyby||Closest approach occurred at 05:43:40 UTC at 2.305 million km, 21.219 km/s.|
|June 8, 2008||Passing of Saturn’s orbit||The probe passed Saturn’s orbit: 9.5 AU from Earth.|
|December 29, 2009||The probe became closer to Pluto than to Earth||Pluto was then 32.7 AU from Earth, and the probe was 16.4 AU from Earth|
|February 25, 2010||Half mission distance reached||Half the travel distance of 1,480,000,000 miles was completed.|
|March 18, 2011||The probe passed Uranus‘s orbit||This is the fourth planetary orbit the spacecraft crossed since its start. New Horizons reached Uranus’s orbit at 22:00 GMT.|
|December 2, 2011||New Horizons drew closer to Pluto than any other spacecraft has ever been.||Previously, Voyager 1 held the record for the closest approach. (~10.58 AU)|
|February 11, 2012||New Horizons was 10 AU from Pluto.||Happened at around 4:55 UTC.|
|October 2013||New Horizons will only be 5 AU from Pluto.|
|August 24, 2014||The probe will pass Neptune’s orbit||This will be the fifth planetary orbit the spacecraft crosses.|
|February 2015||Observations of Pluto begin||New Horizons is now close enough to Pluto for the main science mission to begin.|
|May 5, 2015||Better than Hubble||Images exceed best Hubble Space Telescope resolution.|
|July 14, 2015||Flyby of Pluto, Charon, Hydra, Nix||Flyby of Pluto around 11:47 UTC at 13,695 km, 13.78 km/s. Flyby of Charon, Hydra, Nix, S/2011 P 1 and S/2012 P 1 around 12:01 UTC at 29,473 km, 13.87 km/s.|
|2016–2020||Possible flyby of one or more Kuiper belt objects (KBOs)||The probe will perform flybys of other KBOs, if any are in the spacecraft’s proximity.|
|2026||Expected end of mission||According to NASA, the Dwarf Planets mission will come to an end.|
Many people think it is a wastage of money, investing money on space research they say – “It has no profit to Mankind”. And there is a cheap section who say – “Money can be used to food poor”. Well, it give jobs to jobless people and feeds them and most important it will pay off with an important discovery like – Cure of Cancer, Helium 3, End of power problem. There are endless capabilities of the universe which human being does not know. Quest of Knowledge must not be weighed by the money.
On India’s Mars mission, ISRO is working to meet the November 2013 launch target. India may well join for space quest if they could get more funding from the government. ISRO’s budget is only 0.34% of Central government expenditure !
Seems, NASA will continue to be the pioneer in Space Exploration in coming times.