cargo aircraft

A cargo aircraft also known as freight aircraft is specially designed for carrying goods, rather than passengers. They are usually devoid of passenger amenities, and generally feature one or more large doors for the loading and unloading of cargo. Aircraft designed for cargo flight usually have a number of features that distinguish them from conventional passenger aircraft: a "fat" looking fuselage, a high-wing to allow the cargo area to sit near the ground, a large number of wheels to allow it to land at unprepared locations, and a high-mounted tail to allow cargo to be driven directly into and off the aircraft.
The biggest and heaviest cargo carrier is the Antonov An-225 Mriya introduced into service in 1988. The Antonov An-225 was designed to airlift the Energia rocket's boosters and the Buran space shuttle for the Soviet space program. The An-225 can carry ultra-heavy and oversize freight, up to 250,000 kg internally or 200,000 kg on the upper fuselage.
The An-225 has become the workhorse of the Antonov Airlines fleet, transporting objects once thought impossible to move by air, such as locomotives and 150-ton generators. It has become an asset to international relief organizations for its ability to quickly transport huge quantities of emergency supplies during disaster relief operations.
Antonov An-225 with Buran atop at the Paris Air Show in June 1989.

Special Treatments

Special Treatments !

When a pain killer or dose of peneciline doesn't work there is always the route of alternative medicine. In the Western world this might involve some acupuncture, but in other parts of the world crazy cures are rife. From bee stings to having a turtle bite you in the face. Nothing is crazy enough if it works. The fun stops, however, when parts of endangered species such as rhinos and tigers, get used because it is believed they can cure anything from baldness to erection problems to aids.
Crazy Cures 
11. Consumers enjoy mud therapy at a nursing home in Anshan, east China's Liaoning province August 21, 2006. The mineral mud is believed to be able to alleviate pain from rheumatoid arthritis, sequela of traumatisms and peripheral nervous system diseases. Picture taken August 21, 2006. REUTERS/China Daily

Top 10 Fascinating Samurai

The samurai were the great warriors of Feudal Japan who were respected and feared for their gracefulness in peace and brutality in war. Dignified by the strict code of honor that bound them, the samurai were more than ready to give their own life than suffer a harsh existence of dishonor. In the few hundred years that they existed as Japan’s most dominating warriors, they filled the pages of history with their heroic tales, and for a select few who cast a shadow upon all of Japan, they generated a legend larger than any one man could ever hope to attain. People still marvel centuries after the height of their reign at the innovations in warfare and politics that were born from the minds and hearts of a class of warriors like none other.
Tomoe Gozen
As the only female on this list, Tomoe is one of the very few women who took the battlefield alongside her male counterparts though her exploits and history still are uncertain.
In The Tale of Heike, Tomoe is described as a woman of exquisite beauty with fair skin and long black hair and as an excellent archer and swords woman who was “ready to confront a demon or a god.”
Serving under Minamoto Yoshinaka, Tomoe was one of his finest soldiers, and her skills in battle dwarfed many of those held by even the strongest men in her unit. She is believed to have fought and survived through the Genpei War, the first major war between samurai clans and a place of origin for many popular attributes that would become associated with the samurai warrior over the years. It was here at the battle of Awazu where Tomoe even took the head of a rival samurai, an incredible honor for any samurai who defeated an opposing warrior in combat.
After the battle, Tomoe was said to have retired from being a warrior, instead taking up an occupation as a nun, though it is also said that she became the wife of a samurai named Wada Yoshimori who she supposedly pledged her devotion after being defeated by him in battle.

Amazing Artwork that Uses Nude Models as a Canvas

Talented artist Craig Tracy spends hours painstakingly painting the woman’s curves to complete the masterpiece – and create these stunning optical illusions.
Craig, 44, from New Orleans, has painted hundreds of amazing images on human canvases – painting a variety of animals and beautiful landscapes.
11 Amazing Artwork that Uses Nude Models as a Canvas
Can you spot the naked woman in this landscape? But on closer inspection, sharp eyed viewers will see the green and yellow rolling hills beneath the rocky mountains have in fact been painted on to a naked woman’s body, creating a stunning living artwork. (Daily Mail/Caters News)

Divine Comedy- “EverAfter” By Claudia Rogge

Liberally inspired by Dante’s Divine Comedy, these photographic works entitled “EverAfter” seem to create the environments of Renaissance and Mannerist art. However, looking more closely the details are disturbing and make the spectator think of the tableaux vivants shown in some of Pier Paolo Pasolini’s films. Hell, Purgatory and Paradise become a motive for Claudia Rogge to explore the fine line which divides good from evil, with cynical allusion to vices and passions, from lust and greed to love and violence. The recreated scenes, which formally follow the religious roots of visual art, raise contemporary issues both in form and content, in first place the role of faith in western society which is becoming more and more secular. The promiscuous images contain a multitude of figures, beautiful and naked. A crowd lifts their arms to the heavens to praise, plead or curse, according to which circle of hell they have been assigned.

Purgatory III, 2011

The Town of Murals

The town of Sheffield is tucked away in the foothills of the majestic Mount Roland some 23 km inland from Devonport on the north-west coast of Tasmania, Australia. The Sheffield area is well known for its high quality butterfat production, lambs, pigs, potatoes, timber and a number of vegetable crops.
Up until the 1980s, Sheffield was a typical Tasmanian town growing in population which went up dramatically when construction of several hydroelectric plants began nearby. However, once the construction on the giant Mersey-Forth hydro electric development was complete, the workers moved on bringing an abrupt decline on the town’s population and economy. The catalyst that would bring Sheffield both fame and fortune began as a desperate bid by a small, but dedicated band of local residents determined to save their town.
Inspired by the story of Chemainus, a small Canadian town that had through mural art, rescued itself from ruin, the Kentish Association for Tourism (KAT) worked valiantly on the vision to combine the arts and tourism to revive and reinvent the town of Sheffield. The first mural in Sheffield was unveiled in December 1986. Since then over sixty murals depicting the area's rich history and beautiful natural scenery have been painted on walls scattered throughout the town and buildings along the roadside. The murals attract an estimated 220,000 people to the town annually.

Valley of Geysers in Kamchatka, Russia

The Valley of Geysers, located in the Kamchatka Peninsula of Russia is the only geyser field in Eurasia and the second largest concentration of geysers in the world. Approximately 200 geysers exist in the area along with many hot-water springs and perpetual spouters. The valley is one of the few places in the world where geysers occur naturally, along with Yellowstone National Park in the U.S. and sites in Iceland, Chile, and New Zealand. In Kamchatka more than 20 large jets and 200 smaller thermal springs punch through Earth's crust in a 2.7-square-mile (7-square-kilometer) area.
Over thirty geysers have been named; among these was the Giant geyser (Velikan), capable of producing a jet of water reaching up to 40 meters. At least 20 such geysers erupt on a stretch of the Geysernaya River Basin in the Valley of Geysers, along with dozens of smaller gushing vents and hundreds of hot springs. The largest of these geysers erupts with 60 tons of water once or twice a year.

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Macro Photography by Igor Siwanowicz

Macro photography or macrograph and sometimes microphotography are extreme close-up photography, usually of very small subjects, in which the size of the subject in the photograph is greater than life size. Macro photography is the art of taking close-up pictures that reveal details which can’t be seen with the naked eye. Macroscopic photography offers photographers a unique view of the world to explore with an unlimited amount of color, texture and physical architecture. Macro photography is a magnified photography, which is used to produce an image which is larger in the film plane than in real life. Macro lenses are high quality and very expensive. Once you have your lens it’s not always as easy as it looks. For example, while we can see the fly on the wall, our eyes are not equipped to make out the fine details of the hairs on its face. This is where macro photography comes in. It gives us a glimpse into the world of the very small, which goes largely unnoticed by us as we hurriedly shuffle through our day. Today we present 30 beautiful examples of macro photography. A round-up of some truly revealing and inspiring macro photographs which are sure to have you marveling at the world around you.


Expression of Faces

Irish rugby star Brian O'Driscoll visita a young girl in the hospital with the Heineken Cup.

These unique photographs capture the examples of conspicuous and sheer joy, which makes them really heartwarming.

Bridges for Wild Life

Roads are often crossed by natural migration routes of animals living in a particular locality. To solve the problem of wildlife destruction under the wheels of vehicles in many countries of erecting special bridges. For these bridges, animals can move freely without risk of being shot down. This post contains a few examples of such bridges built in Canada, Australia, USA, Holland and France.

Inventors Killed By Their Own Inventions

It’s all fun and games… until something one invents ends up killing him/her. Inventing new products or processes is not easy. It’s challenging and risky and sometimes, just sometimes, lady luck decides to look the other way and in a cruel twist of fate with a tinge of irony, one ends up losing his/her life to the hands of their own creation. Here’s a list of ten brave inventors who, in the process of trying to make the lives of others better, lost their own.


10 Extraordinary Temples Of The East

More than a quarter of all people in the world belong to Eastern religions, which include Buddhism, Hinduism, Sikhism, and Taoism. These people worship in temples, which are architecturally as diverse as the religions are different from each other. From the ancient ruins of Ankor Wat to the distinctly modern Wat Rong Khun, there are hundreds if not thousands of amazing temples in the world. These are the temples of the East and let us represent.


Candi Prambanan  is a 9th-century Hindu temple compound in Central Java, Indonesia, dedicated to the Trimurti, the expression of God as the Creator (Brahma), the Sustainer (Vishnu) and the Destroyer (Shiva). The temple, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, is the largest Hindu temple in Indonesia, and is one of the largest Hindu temples in Southeast Asia. It is characterized by its tall and pointed architecture, typical of Hindu temple architecture, and by the towering 47-metre-high (154 ft) central building inside a large complex of individual temples.

Colorful Rolling Grasslands of Palouse

The Palouse is a region of the northwestern United States, encompassing parts of southeastern Washington, north central Idaho and, in some definitions, extending south into northeast Oregon. Located just south of Spokane, the Palouse is a rich farming area of some 3,000 square miles primarily producing wheat and legumes. This area is characterized by beautiful rolling hills, lush green dunes and rich deep soil. For photographers, the Palouse is an exciting area to explore, in large measure because it is comparatively unknown.
The peculiar and picturesque silt dunes of the Palouse Prairie were formed thousands of years ago during the ice ages. Blown in from the glacial outwash plains to the west and south, the Palouse hills consist of more or less random humps and hollows. The steepest slopes may reach 50% slope while the lowest low ranges from 5 to 130 cm deep. Large areas of level land are rare.
The vast expanses of the rolling Palouse hills were once covered with native grassland before European settlers moved into the area and began intensive farming. Unlike some other North American grasslands, such as the short grass prairies of the Great Plains and tall grass prairies of the Midwest, neither fires nor extensive grazing by large herbivores were historically a part of the Palouse grassland ecology. When European settlers moved into the Palouse at the end of the nineteenth century, they brought both fire and grazers. These two influences had a huge impact on the native plants.

Some Short Forms...

MOPED is the short term for 'Motorized Pedaling'.


POP MUSIC is 'Popular Music' shortened.


BUS is the short term for 'Omnibus' that means everybody.


FORTNIGHT comes from 'Fourteen Nights' (Two Weeks).


DRAWING ROOM was actually a 'withdrawing room' where people withdrew after Dinner. Later the prefix 'with' was dropped.


NEWS refers to information from Four directions N, E, W and S.


AG-MARK, which some products bear, stems from 'Agricultural Marketing'.


JOURNAL is a diary that tells about 'Journey for a day' during each Day's business.


QUEUE comes from 'Queen's Quest'.. Long back a long row of people waiting to see the Queen.  Someone made the comment Queen's Quest.


TIPS come from 'To Insure Prompt Service'. In olden days to get Prompt service from servants in an inn, travelers used to drop coins in a Box on which was written 'To Insure Prompt Service'. This gave rise to the custom of Tips.


JEEP is a vehicle with unique Gear system. It was invented during World War II (1939-1945). It was named 'General Purpose Vehicle (GP)'. GP was changed into JEEP later.


Noah's Ark in Hong Kong

At least they'll never be flooded!

Billionaire brothers build 450ft long life-size replica of Noah's Ark in Hong Kong

Having been built, according to the Bible, thousands of years ago, Noah's Ark has only ever existed in peoples' imaginations.
But now a group of architects who pondered what the Biblical vessel looked like have turned their dreams into reality by constructing a Noah's Ark replica, complete with animals.
Thomas, Walter and Raymond's land-bound Ark certainly has dimensions on a Biblical scale, measuring a massive 450ft long and 75ft wide.

The tourists go in two-by-two: The Noah's Ark Theme Park, complete with fibreglass animals,
sits in front of the Tsing Ma Bridge in Hong Kong

10 Scientific Laws and Theories You Really Should Know


Scientists have many tools available to them when attempting to describe how nature and the universe at large work. Often they reach for laws and theories first. What's the difference? A scientific law can often be reduced to a mathematical statement, such as E = mc²; it's a specific statement based on empirical data, and its truth is generally confined to a certain set of conditions. For example, in the case of E = mc², c refers to the speed of light in a vacuum.
scientific theory often seeks to synthesize a body of evidence or observations of particular phenomena. It's generally -- though by no means always -- a grander, testable statement about how nature operates. You can't necessarily reduce a scientific theory to a pithy statement or equation, but it does represent something fundamental about how nature works.
Both laws and theories depend on basic elements of the scientific method, such as generating a hypothesis, testing that premise, finding (or not finding) empirical evidence and coming up with conclusions. Eventually, other scientists must be able to replicate the results if the experiment is destined to become the basis for a widely accepted law or theory.
In this article, we'll look at 10 scientific laws and theories that you might want to brush up on, even if you don't find yourself, say, operating a scanning electron microscope all that frequently. We'll start off with a bang and move on to the basic laws of the universe, before hitting evolution. Finally, we'll tackle some headier material, delving into the realm of quantum physics.

Top 10 Questionable Fast Food Additives

We live in a society that appreciates convenience over substance; this is true in multitudinous ways, but none so visible as in the way we eat. Being able to eat on the go and with little to no added effort or cost on the receiving end is a cherished attribute of living in the century we do. Unfortunately, this is done with little knowledge or regard for what actually goes into the trappings of that foil wrapper or styrofoam clamshell. The truth of the matter may be a little more than your stomach can handle (even if you did Supersize your order). Here are 10 questionable – and some downright scary – additives which can be found in your fast food, whether you like it or not.
Sulfur Dioxide
Used to prevent browning as a sort of bleaching agent, sulfur dioxide (a.k.a. coal tar) can be found in fruits and veggies, as well as soft and hard drinks. This preservative, however, has a vicious side: it destroys Vitamin B1 and has caused 12 deaths of individuals with a sensitivity to the substance. Here’s one chemical for which the negligible benefits aren’t worth the cost – or rather, the savings.


Vegetarianism is the fastest growing trend in the developed world. Here are 21 reasons why you should think about turning green too.

* Avoiding meat is one of the best and simplest ways to cut down your fat consumption. Modern farm animals are deliberately fattened up to increase profits. Eating fatty meat increases your chances of having a heart attack or developing cancer.

* Every minute of every working day, thousands of animals are killed in slaughter-houses. Pain and misery are common. In the US alone, 500,000 animals are killed for meat every hour.

* There are millions of cases of food poisoning recorded every year. The vast majority are caused by eating meat.

* Meat contains absolutely nothing - no proteins, vitamins or minerals - that the human body cannot obtain perfectly happily from a vegetarian diet.

* African countries - where millions are starving to death - export grain to the developed world so that animals can be fattened for our dining tables.

* 'Meat' can include the tail, head, feet, rectum and spinal cord of an animal.

* A sausage can contain ground up intestines. How can anyone be sure that the intestines are empty when they are ground up? Do you really want to eat the content of a pig's intestines?

* If we eat the plants we grow instead of feeding them to animals, the world's food shortage will disappear virtually overnight. Remember that 100 acres of land will produce enough beef for 20 people but enough wheat to feed 240 people.

* Every day, tens of millions of one-day-old male chicks are killed because they will not be able to lay eggs. There are no rules about how this mass slaughter takes place. Some are crushed or suffocated to death. Many are used for fertiliser or fed to other animals.

* Animals who die for your dinner table die alone, in terror, in sadness and in pain. The killing is merciless and inhumane.

* It's must easier to become (and stay) slim if you are a vegetarian. (By 'slim', I do not mean 'abnormally slender' or 'underweight' but rather, an absense of excess weight!)

* Half the rainforests in the world have been destroyed to clear ground to graze cattle to make beefburgers. The burning of the forests contributes 20% of all green-house gases. Roughtly 1,000 species a year become extinct because of the destruction of the rainforests. Approximately 60 million people a year die of starvation. All those lives could be saved because those people could eat grain used to fatten cattle and other farm animals - if Americans ate 10% less meat.

* The world's fresh water shortage is being made worse by animal farming. And meat producers are the biggest polluters of water. It takes 2,500 gallons of water to produce one pound of meat. If the US meat industry wasn't supported by the taxpayer paying a large proportion of its water costs, then hamburger meat would cost $35 a pound.

* If you eat meat, you are consuming hormones that were fed to the animals. No one knows what effect those hormones will have on your health. In some parts of the world, as many as one on four hamburgers contain growth hormones that were originally given to cattle.

* The following diseases are commoner among meat eaters: anaemia, appendicitis, arthritis, breast cancer, cancer of the colon, cancer of the prostrate, constipation, diabetes, gallstones, gout, high blood pressure, indigestion, obesity, piles, strokes and varicose veins. Lifelong vegetarians visit hospital 22% less often than meat eaters and for shorter stays. Vegetarians have a 20% lower blood cholestrol level than meat eaters and this reduces heart attack and cancer risks considerably.

* Some farmers use tranquillisers to keep animals calm. Other routinely use antibiotics to starve off infection. When you eat meat you are eating those drugs. In America, 55% of all antibiotics are fed to animals and the percentage of staphylococci infections resistant to penicillin went up from 14% in 1960 to 91% in 1988.

* In a lifetime, the average meat eater will consumer 36 pigs, 36 sheep and 750 chickens and turkeys. Do you want that much carnage on your conscience?

* Animals suffer from pain and fear just as much as you do. How would you like to spend your last hours locked in a truck, packed into a cage with hundreds of other terrified animal and then cruelly pushed into a blood soaked death chamber. Anyone who eats meat condones and supports the way animals are treated.

* Animals which are a year old are often far more rational - and capable of logical thought - than six week old babies. Pigs and sheep are far more intelligent than small children. Eating dead animals is barbaric.

* Vegetarians are fitter than meat eaters. many of the world's most successful athletes are vegetarian. 

11 Dog Breeds You Never Knew Existed

You might think you are smart about dogs. Here is a list of pooches from around the world, most of which you won't see on your morning stroll


This sighthound, originally from Mali, is used as a guard dog and pack hunter.

11 Continuously Inhabited Oldest Cities in the World

Ever since man learned to grow their own food and rear cattle, they have been living in permanent to semi-permanent settlements with certain degree of planning. Although opinions vary on whether any particular ancient settlement can be considered to be a city, there is no doubt that towns and cities have a long history.
The earliest civilizations in history were established in the region known as Mesopotamia, largely corresponding to modern-day Iraq, northeastern Syria, southeastern Turkey and southwestern Iran. Archaeological remains unearthed in Mesopotamia provides proof of settlements dating back to 10,000 BC. After Mesopotamia, the city culture arose in Syria and Anatolia, as shown by the city of Çatalhöyük (7500-5700BC). Mohenjodaro of the Indus Valley Civilization in present-day Pakistan existed from about 2600 BC and was one of the largest ancient cites with a population of 50,000 or more.
While it might not be too difficult to determine which is the oldest city in the world, there is fierce contention for the title of the oldest continuously inhabited city in the world. Often the age claims are disputed and historical evidences are difficult to prove. Then there are differences in opinion as to the definitions of "city" as well as "continuously inhabited". In any case, the following cities besides being some of the ancient in the world, they continue to grow and thrive until the present day.

Properties of Paper

Basis Weight (GSM) 
The weight or substance per unit area is obviously fundamental in paper and paper board products. The Basis weight of paper is the weight per unit area. This can be expressed as the weight in grams per square metre (GSM or g/M2), pounds per 1000 sq. ft. or weight in kgs or pounds per ream (500 sheets) of a specific size. REAM WEIGHT is a common term to signify the weight of a lot or batch of paper. Control of basis weight is important as all other properties are affected. Variations in moisture content in paper affects the grammage.

Brightness, Whiteness and Colour 
Brightness is defined as the percentage reflectance of blue light only at a wavelength of 457 nm. Whiteness refers to the extent that paper diffusely reflects light of all wave lengths throughout the visible spectrum. Whiteness is an appearance term. Colour is an aesthetic value. Colour may appear different when viewed under a different light source. Brightness is an arbitrarily defined, but carefully standardised, blue reflectance that is used throughout the pulp and paper industry for the control of mill processes and in certain types of research and development programs. Brightness is not whiteness. However, the brightness values of the pulps and pigments going into the paper provide an excellent measure of the maximum whiteness that can be achieved with proper tinting. The colour of paper, like of other materials, depends in a complicated way on the characteristics of the observer and a number of physical factors such as the spectral energy distribution of the illuminant, the geometry of illuminating and viewing, the nature and extent of the surround and the optical characteristics of the paper itself. 

Awesome Examples Of Paper Art

Australian artist Lisa Rodden has a convinced elegance when it come to hand over cut paper art. Every solitary of her fragile piece is the consequence of a group of preparation, exact wounding, failure, and good layering of paper and paints. A lot of of her mechanism narrate to the loveliness of the earth approximately us that, she believe, we are frequently too full of activity to be grateful for. She says, “How a great deal do we miss elsewhere on since we don’t take the occasion to study or to pay attention or to look? But loveliness is forever there lying latent, waiting to be exposed. To shape these only one of its kind artworks, Rodden cuts minute section of broad white paper and bends them up to make known bits of color beneath. Take a look.

Amazing 3D street paintings and spectacular

अगर आपके घर में चींटियाँ अधिक हो गयी हों

एक बार परीक्षा में सवाल ये आया कि अगर आपके घर में चींटियाँ अधिक हो गयी हों...तो आप चींटियों को कैसे मारेंगे...??

संता का बेटा बहुत ही होशियार था और उसने जो जवाब इस सवाल का लिखा उसने उसे इस पांच नंबर के सवाल पर ही सौ नंबर दिलवा दिए...

उसका समझ दारी से भरा जवाब कुछ इस प्रकार था....

हम सभी जानते हैं कि चींटियाँ मीठे की चटोरी होती हैं.....

तो सबसे पहले तो एक जग भर कर शरबत तैयार करें.....

अब शरबत तैयार कर ही लिया है तो एक दो गिलास सबसे पहले खुद पीएं..और बाके बचे हुए शरबत में कुछ लाल मिर्ची डाल दें..

अब शरबत में लाल मिर्चें मिल चुकने के बाद उस शरबत को चीटियों के घर के पास रख दें....

चीटियों ने अपनी आदत के मुताबिक़ शरबत को सूंघ लेना है और शरबत पीने के लिए सपरिवार बाहर आना ही है.....

जैसे ही चींटियाँ शरबत पियेंगी....उनको मिर्ची लगेगी....और वो पानी के लिए इधर उधर भागेंगी....

आप जहां पर पानी रखते हैं उसे थोड़ा सा दूर उठा कर रख दें...ताकि चींटी को पानी तक पहुँचने में काफी समय लगे....

जब चींटी इतनी परेशानी के बाद पानी पीने के लिए पानी में उतरेगी तो बहुत अधिक गीली हो जायेगी.....

गीली चींटी अपने आप को सुखाने के लिए पंखे के नीचे जाने की कोशिश करेगी...पर आप घर के सारे पंखे बंद कर देंगे.....

अब चींटी बाहर वापस जायेगी क्योंकि घर के सारे पंखे बंद हैं और वो खुली हवा में जाकर अपने आप को सुखाने के लिए जायेगी....

आप बाहर जाने के सारे रास्तों पर पानी का छिडकाव करवा दें...ताकि चींटी कभी भी सूख ना पाए.....

फिर चींटी के दिमाग में एक आइडिया आएगा.......

वो दौड कर किचेन में जायेगी....और आग से अपने आप को सुखाने की कोशिश करेगी.....

जब वो किचेन की तरफ जा रही हो तब आप उसे किरोसिन से नहला दें.....

चींटी उस किरोसिन को और पानी समझ कर और तेजी से आग के पास जायेगी....

और आग के पास जाते ही उसके बदन पर पड़ा किरोसिन आग पकड़ लेगा और वो बुरी तरह झुलस जायेगी......

चींटी को घायल अवस्था में हॉस्पिटल के बर्न डिपार्टमेंट में दाखिल किया जाता है......

आप रात को चुपके से जाकर चींटी के बिस्तर पर पहुँच कर उसके साथ मारपीट कर सकते हैं...क्योंकि वो तो जली अवस्था में है...

जली हुयी चींटी और भी ज्यादा घायल होकर आई सी यू में शिफ्ट की जायेगी.....

और यहीं पर है आपके लिए सुनहरी मौक़ा.....उसे खत्म करने का.....??

जी हाँ आपने ठीक समझा...आई सी यू मैं जाकर तो उसने मरकर ही वापस आना है....??

और अगर फिर भी बच जाए तो आपको सिर्फ उसका ऑक्सीजन का मास्क हटा कर फेंकना है....

चींटी का काम तमाम.......


साक्षात्कार कर्ता " आप हैं हमारे देश के मशहूर कृषि वैज्ञानिक श्री सर्वज्ञानी जी....आपका हमारे इस खास प्रोग्राम में स्वागत है जनाब "
वैज्ञानिक जी " जी धन्यवाद.....आपका "
साक्षात्कार कर्ता " सर ये बातइये कि बरसात के इस मौसम में सलाद में कौन सी चीज अच्छी रहती है....?? "
वैज्ञानिक " कुछ भी जो कि आपको भाता हो....पर इस मौसम में खीरा नहीं खाना चाहिए....."
साक्षात्कार कर्ता " क्यों जी अगर किसी को खीरा ही भाये तो वो क्या करे....??
वैज्ञानिक " खीरा ही क्यों भाएगा....?? कुछ और भी तो खा सकता है जैसे कि मूली......"
साक्षात्कार कर्ता " पर अगर मान लीजिए किसी को मूली नहीं, खीरा ही अच्छा लगे तो खीरा कैसे खाया जा सकता है...?? "
वैज्ञानिक " अगर किसी को मरना हो तो इस मौसम में खीरा खा सकता है....."
साक्षात्कार कर्ता " तो फिर इस मौसम में खीरा बिकता क्यों है....?? "
वैज्ञानिक " अरे भाई जब पैदा हो रहा है तो बिकेगा भी....आप समझते क्यों नहीं हैं....??
साक्षात्कार कर्ता " अच्छा तो हमारे देश में मृत्युदर बरसात में खीरा खाने की वजह से ही बढ़ रही है....?? '
वैज्ञानिक " अरे भाई नहीं....ऐसा नहीं है....."
साक्षात्कार कर्ता " अभी तो आपने कहा कि किसी को मरना हो तो इस मौसम में खीरा खा सकता है......???"
वैज्ञानिक " अरे मेरे कहने का मतलब ये है कि बरसात में भी एक तरीका होता है, जिससे खीरा खाया जा सकता है...."
साक्षात्कार कर्ता " हाँ तो वो तरीका बताइये हमारे दर्शकों को....."
वैज्ञानिक " देखिये आपने देखा होगा कि लोग खीरे को एक सिरे से काटकर दोनों हिस्सों को काफी देर तक रगड़ते हैं....??"

साक्षात्कार कर्ता " हाँ सर जी....देखा तो है...पर समझ में नहीं आया कि लोग ऐसा क्यों करते हैं....?? "
वैज्ञानिक " ऐसा करने से खीरे के अंदर से विषैले तत्व निकल जाते हैं...."
साक्षात्कार कर्ता " ऐसा करने से विषैले तत्व कैसे निकल जाते हैं....?? "
वैज्ञानिक " आपने देखा होगा कि जब दोनों हिस्सों को आपस में रगड़ते हैं तो कुछ सफ़ेद सफ़ेद सा निकलता है....?? "
साक्षात्कार कर्ता " सर जी....आप कैसी बातें कर रहे हैं....?? ये फेमिली चैनल हैं...इस पर ऐसी बातें करना मना है...."
वैज्ञानिक " अरे भाई...!! आप गलत समझ रहे हैं....मेरा कहने का मतलब है कि खीरे के दोनों टुकड़ों के बीच में कुछ सफेद सफ़ेद निकलता है...ये आपने देखा है या नहीं....?? "
साक्षात्कार कर्ता " हाँ जी देखा तो है...."
वैज्ञानिक " बस यही होता है वो विषैला तत्व....जो इस प्रकार रगड़ने से निकल जाता है......"
साक्षात्कार कर्ता " पर सर एक बात समझ में नहीं आयी....?? "
वैज्ञानिक " कौन सी बात....?? "
साक्षात्कार कर्ता " यही कि ये कैसे पता चलता है कि खीरे को किस तरफ से घिसना है..?? "
वैज्ञानिक " अरे भाई....खीरे को मुंह की तरफ से काटा जाता है...."
साक्षात्कार कर्ता " खीरे का मुंह भी होता है.....?? कभी चिल्लाता तो नहीं है काटे जाने पर...?? "
वैज्ञानिक " अरे भाई जिस तरफ उसका डंठल होता है उसी तरफ उसका मुंह होता है...."
साक्षात्कार कर्ता " तो इसका मतलब ये हुआ कि खीरे को मुंह की तरफ से काट कर आपस में घिसने से उसके विषैले तत्व निकल जाते हैं...?? और उसे खाया जा सकता है...??
वैज्ञानिक " जी हाँ आपने एक दम सही समझा......"
साक्षात्कार कर्ता " आपका बहुत बहुत धन्यवाद....."
वैज्ञानिक " और कोई सवाल जो आप अपने दर्शकों के लिए करना चाहें.....?? "
साक्षात्कार कर्ता " बस एक सवाल और है....."

वैज्ञानिक " जी पूछिए क्या सवाल है....??

साक्षात्कार कर्ता " क्या हम सांप और अन्य जहरीले जानवरों को भी खीरे की तरह घिस घिस कर खा सकते हैं....?? "
( वैज्ञानिक अभी तक कोमा में है............" ) 

6 Air Purifing house plants

6 Air Purifing house plants

1. Bamboo Palm: According to NASA, it removes formaldahyde and is also said to act as a natural humidifier.

2. Snake Plant: Found by NASA to absorb nitrogen oxides and formaldahyde.

3. Areca Palm: One of the best air purifying plants for general air cleanliness.

4. Spider Plant: Great indoor plant for removing carbon monoxide and other toxins or impurities. Spider plants are one of three plants NASA deems best at removing formaldahyde from the air.

5. Peace Lily: Peace lilies could be called the “clean-all.” They’re often placed in bathrooms or laundry rooms because they’re known for removing mold spores. Also know to remove formaldahyde and trichloroethylene.

6. Gerbera Daisy: Not only do these gorgeous flowers remove benzene from the air, they’re known to improve sleep by absorbing carbon dioxide and giving off more oxygen over night.


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