My speech at old students meet
said nothing about the fact that he kept the jammers on us for more than three He toasted to its continued success: "I would like very much for us to meet on the voice that stated "Today Iosif Vissarionovich Stalin is seventy-three years old. VVhen he reached London several days later, he called his old friend Richard Perle, a top Pentagon “Meet me there a half hour ahead of my speech,” he said . The nearest thing the black community had to a champion was an old man jammer's Park was a black recreation center owned by the black screwman's union To make ends meet they baked cakes and pies, which six-year-old John sold on the docks. As a student at Central, the Island's black high school, Clouser was.
Ex-students go back to school, reminisce of good old days
I have been here by coming travel about KM away from this historical event celebrated by us gave me great pleasure to share my experiences with you lived in my heart which are unable to forget. I think every body knows that we are the oldest batch finished our degrees in ,now most of us are going to be retired and ready share the joys with our grand children.
We will enter in to the college with a tender feel and come out with matured feel. In the duration of college days the life is very crucial as well as entertainment in the sharing of fresh novel feels among students with same age changed our life emotionally and professionally. There is murmur, clamor, and making comments in the audience with smile glanced at me.
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Because my beloved, became wife was among audience. So I want to sustain them towards my speech Okay dear friends the happy smile on the face forever will fetch you lot of health and wealth. Here I recall one thing that our costing lecturer sri Narayana Rao advised us in in the costing class in to go for kalakatta for learning Computer operating after this degree will benefit you more than this traditional courses.
What he said in 36 years back was become major source for earning and classic living style. We are proud of them to have such out look personalities as our lecturers.
Expand Our annual Weird Science Awards pay tribute to the strangest scientific tales of the past year, and you just know the edition had to be a doozy.
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While we're waiting for the Maya apocalypse — and we may be waiting a long, long time — let's count down the top 10 Weird Science stories, as determined by an ironically unscientific Live Poll.
The research won Snyder and his colleagues a share in one of 's Ig Nobel Prizeswhich honor science that makes you laugh, and then makes you think. Watch Snyder explain the study in this YouTube videothen click the "Next" button for more laugh-provoking science — or scroll quickly all the way down to the bottom if you have a painful need to go.
Flies hooked on meth When researchers noticed that meth addicts often take in large amounts of sugary drinks, they decided to do a little experiment: First, they got fruit flies hooked on methamphetamine. Then the scientists fed some of the flies a diet heavy on trehalose, an insect blood sugar. They found that the sugar-gobbling flies outlived the flies who didn't get the sweet stuff.
Maybe sugar metabolism plays a role in meth's toxic effects. But more research is required to trace the effects on mammals. In the meantime, watch out for those meth-head fruit flies. Monster pictures make a splash Courtesy of Discovery News A photo from a video that claims to show Alaska's own version of a sea monster. Some might suggest that the creature is an eel, or a fish, or even a trick of light on the water.
He suspects that the picture shows a Cadborosaurus, a legendary beast that has long been said to frequent Alaska's waters. Meanwhile, another picture purporting to show a creature that's been nicknamed "Bownessie" made waves in England. Glowing dog has an on-off switch Lee et al. The left images shows the dog's paw in normal light upper left and under ultraviolet light lower left after doxycycline is added to the dog's food.
The right-hand images show the dog's paw in normal and ultraviolet light after scientists stopped administering the drug. In past years, our Weird Science Award winners have included glow-in-the-dark kitties and glow-in-the-dark puppies. How could scientists possibly top that? Would you believe a dog with a gene that turns the fluorescence under UV light on or offdepending on whether a particular drug is added to its food? That's exactly the kind of dog that South Korean scientists produced in Well, the ultimate aim of these glow-in-the-dark exercises is to splice in genes that can help treat diseases — and having an on-off switch would give physicians more control over the treatment.
That feat would make other researchers turn green When the Samoans were at Sunday church, the Aussies were starting their business week on Monday.
And when Samoa was trying to finish up its own business week, the Kiwis were settling into the weekend. To remedy that, the Samoans switched over to the Australia-New Zealand side ingoing directly from Thursday, Dec. To top it all off, workers were paid for the non-existent Friday.
If only we could all get to the weekend that quickly Pole shift forces airport makeover Might as well face reality: