No comments | Monday, October 22, 2012
  1. You forgot 90% of your dreams.
  2. Dreams are Symbolic.
  3. Not everybody dreams in color.
  4. In our dreams we only see faces that we already know.
  5. Every human being dreams (Except in cases of extreme psychological disorder).
  6. Blind people also dream. People who became blind after birth can see images in their dreams. People who are born blind do not see any images, but have dreams equally vivid involving their other senses of sound, smell, touch and emotion. 
  7. Emotions. The most common emotion experienced in dreams is anxiety. Negative emotions are common than positive ones.
  8. You can experience an Orgasm in your dreams.
  9. If you are snoring, then you cannot be dreaming. (Haven't any scientific evidence to support it)
  10. Precognitive Dreams. Results of several surveys across large population sets indicate that between 18% and 38% of people experienced at least one Precognitive Dream and 70% have experienced deja vu.
  11. Men and Women Dream differently.
  12. Dream Incorporation. Our mind interprets the external stimuli that our senses are bombarded with when we are asleep and make them a part of our dreams. This means that sometimes in our dreams we hear a sound from reality and incorporate it in a way.
  13. Body paralysis. Rapid eye movement (REM) sleep is normal stage of sleep characterized by rapid movements of the eyes. REM sleep in adult humans typically occupies 20-25% of total sleep, about 90-120 minutes of a night;s sleep.
  14. Animals Dream too. Studies have been done one many different animals  and they all show the same brain waves during dreaming sleep as humans. Watch a dog sleeping sometime. The paws move like they are running and they make yipping sounds as they are chasing something in a dream.
  15. You can have four to seven Dreams in one night.
No comments | Monday, October 22, 2012
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  1. Dr. Dre didn't know Eminem was white until they met, but Dre said "I don't care What color size, or age as long as they can rap."
  2. Eminem failed 9th grade 3 times and then dropped out.
  3. Eminem has been falsely reported dead by a car crash 4 times and a drug overdose once.
  4. To be signed to Shady Records, one of the requirements is you have to battle Eminem.
  5. Eminem's all time favorite movie is "The Matrix"
  6. After every music video he shoots, he says "that's a white wrap."
  7. His relatives used to call him "Mickey" when he was a baby because he had big ears.
  8. Eminem originally wanted to become a comic- book artist.
  9. Eminem is in the Guinness Book of World Records for being the fastest selling hip-hop artist.
  10. when Dr. Dre first met Em, Em was wearing a bright yellow tracksuit which he got from a sponsor because he didn't have the money to buy decent clothes. Dre thought he looked like a banana.
  11. He is a Spiderman fan.
  12. For his "8 mile" role, Em dropped from 168 lbs to 145 lbs.
  13. Em wears glasses because he's near-sighted.
  14. Em used to spend hours at night studying the dictionary so that he could expand his vocabulary for his rhymes.
  15. "Lose yourself" may have topped the poll on songs that spurs ball players to victory, but it also topped the poll on songs most likely to lead to car crashes.
No comments | Friday, October 19, 2012
1975 George Lucas is so desperate to film his trilogy, he agrees to a hefty director's pay cut, in return for 40% of the film's profits, plus rights to the sequels and merchandising. Turns out, it wasn't such a bad deal.
1977 Star wars re-released as Episode IV: A new hope in 1981 rakes in $1,554,475 in its first weekend.
1980 The sequel, Episode V: The Empire Strikes Back, reveals that Vader is Luke's father. To preserve the twist, a fake script points to Obi-wan as Anakin's killer, with the real dialogue secretly voiced in by Earl Jones just prior to the premiere.
1983 Episode VI: Return of the Jedi concludes the original trilogy.
1994 Lucas begins writing the prequels.
1999 Episode I: The Phantom Menace- the starting point of the Star Wars saga- introduces a new generation to the intergalactic story.
2002 Episode II: Attack of the Clones is the first major movie shot using entirely digital media.
2005 Episode III: Revenge of the Sith opens as Lucas refutes rumours of a third trilogy.
2012 The Phantom Menace is re-released in 3D, signalling a new era for the franchise.

By The Numbers:-
The Star Wars films have grossed $4.4 billion worldwide in ticket sales.

It would take just over 13 hours to watch all six films back to back.

The movies has won ten Academy Awards- Seven Oscars went to the original Star Wars. The prequels won none.

Over $20 billion of Star Wars licensed goods have been sold.

An intact 1978 "telescoping lightsabre" Darth Vader action figure has sold for more than $6000.

Star Wars is an American epic area opera franchise created by Geroge Lucas targeted in a movie series. The film series has spawned a media franchise outside the film series known as the distended Universe as well as books, tv series, comic books and video games. These supplements to the film trilogies have resulted in an important development of the series' fictional universe. These media unbroken the franchise active within the interim between the film trilogies. The franchise portrays a universe that is in a very galaxy that's represented as so much, far away. It ordinarily portrays Jedi as an illustration of the fine, in conflict with the Sith, their evil counterpart. Their weapon of alternative, the lightsaber, is often recognized in widespread culture. The fictional universe conjointly contains several themes, particular influences of philosophy and faith. 

Reactions to the first triad were principally positive, with the last film being thought about the weakest, whereas the prequel triad received a lot of mixed reactions, with most of the praise being for the ultimate motion picture, in keeping with most review human websites. All six of the most films within the series were conjointly appointive for or won Academy Awards.
No comments | Wednesday, October 17, 2012
Laptop computerGRiD Compass 1101:-
Price: $8150
CPU: Intel 8086 @ 8MHz
Released: 1982
Port: GPIB parallel port
Weight: 10 lbs, 12 oz
Display: 6-inch electroluminescent
80 x 24 text
320 x 240 graphics
Storage: Internal 384K bubble RAM,
external floppy drive

The GRiD compass is very high-tech, with its flat-black, die-cast magnesium-alloy case, and bright, sharp electroluminescent display (ELD). No other system packed so much speed and power in as small a case, and none had such a unique and large, easy-to-read screen, allowing full 80 x 24 text.

Of course, all of these great features raised the price significantly. At $8150, the GRiD Compass 1101 was the most expensive personal computer you could buy. It was originally developed for business executives, GRiDs were also used by the U.S. Military in the field and by NASA on the Space Shuttles during the 1980's and 90's. It's even said that the US president's "nuclear football" at one time included a GRiD computer. GRiD was also used in on-board Space Shuttle "Disocer" missing STS-51G-June 1985.
3 comments | Tuesday, October 02, 2012
Introduced: 1984
Price: ??
Weight: 3.8lbs
CPU: 80C85, 2.4MHz
RAM: 32K, 64K max.
Ports: RS-232, Parallel Ports,Bar code reader, 300 baud modem.
Display: 40 x 8 character LCD display
Power: 4'AA' batteries Run for 16 hours on battery power! External 9vdc power supply
Storage: Audio cassette in/out
OS: Microsoft BASIC v1.1 in ROM

The NEC PC-8300 is an upgrade of the original PC-8201a.

These are probably the worlds first laptop Computer sporting a full-size keyboard, and enough ports to satisfy everyone needs.

  • - Built by NEC under license from Kyocera
  • - 32k RAM installed, expandable to 2 banks of 32k each or 1 bank of 64k
  • - 8 Line Display.
  • - Redefinable screen character set.
  • - Could take memory cartridges of up to 128k in special slot.
  • - Video monitor interface available.
  • - Portable disk drive available.
  • - Portable printer available.
  • - Able to emulate PC8201.
  • - Internal modem optional with Bell standard Berg connectors.
  • - Advanced TEXT with printer formatting.
  • - Advanced TELCOM with X-Modem file transfer.
No comments | Monday, October 01, 2012
Gold Fact file:
  • People have prized gold since times of yore. It's simple to figure with and makes stunning objects that don't corrode. Coins and even jewelry that are buried for thousands of years are unit bright because the day they were created.
  • Gold is rare- it's solely the 73rd commonest part in Earth's crust. There is area unit over 10 million tonnes of gold within the world's seas, however it'd price and excessive amount to urge it out.
  • Gold is incredibly serious. A cup of gold weighs 19.3 times the maximum amount because the same cup stuffed with water.
  • More than ninety percent of all gold mined within the past 6000 years has been extracted since 1948.
  • Gold may be stretched into terribly skinny wire. Only one-gram of gold makes a wire pair of .4 kilometers long and five microns (5 millionths of a meter) thick.
  • Gold is employed for creating coins and jewellery. It's conjointly utilized; physics, dental medicine and for creating special product like the coating on astronauts visors that protects them against harmful radiation.
  • In 1869, the largest gold nugget ever was found in Moliagul (Australia) weighs 70.92 kg and known as the Welcome Stranger.
  • Gold bars like those seen in films regarding bank robberies are known as 'London Good Delivery Bags'. They weigh 12.5kg, about 6 times as much as an average house brick and measure 17.8 x 8.2 x 4.4cm.
Diamond Fact file:
  • Diamond comes from a rock named as 'Kimberlite'. Every carat of polished diamond is mined from two-hundred tonnes of 'kimberlite'.
  • The melting point of diamond is 6,900 degree Celsius, which is two and half times the temperature needed to melt steel.
  • About 180 times, diamonds are harder than emeralds.
  • The largest diamond ever found is termed as the 'Cullinan', after the president of the known company 'De Beers' whose name is Thomas Cullinan. The stone weighed 3,106carats (621kg) and was found in South Africa in regarding 1905. It had been to King Edward VII of Great Britian who had to move create a hundred and five separate diamonds. One among the more important for those with 317.7 carats and is ready within the British Imperial State Crown.
  • A British scientist, Smithson Tennant (1761-1815) in 1976, was the first person to show that diamonds are made of carbon. It is the only gem in the world made of single element.
  • Fewer than one-thousand rough diamonds weighing more than 100 carats have ever been found.
  • Carats is used to measure the weight of diamonds. There are about 142 carats to the ounce and five carats to a gram. The word 'Carat' comes from carob which is a bean that grow on the Ceratonia siliqua tree. Amazingly consistent weight of the bean is 0.2g.