Tuesday, November 30, 2010

Daily Game Nov 30 - The Morphing

Calculate your steps to morph the objects to the target.

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Monday, November 29, 2010

Hands across the world by One8 - Lyrics and video

Hands across the world by One8 - Lyrics and video

Genesis of Korea War

KOREA was jointly occupied by Soviet and American forces at the end of World War II. It was part of the Japanese empire since 1910, and when Japanese resistance suddenly collapsed in the summer of 1945, the Red Army, which had been planning to invade Manchuria, found the way open into northern Korea as well. The way was also open, in southern Korea, for some of the American troops whose original mission had been to invade the Japanese home islands. The peninsula was occupied, therefore, more by accident than by design: that probably accounts for the fact that Moscow and Washington were able to agree without difficulty that the 38th parallel, which split the peninsula in half, would serve as a line of demarcation pending the creation of a single Korean government and the subsequent withdrawal of occupation forces. Those withdrawals did take place, in 1948-49, but there was no agreement on who would run the country. Instead it remained divided, with the American-supported Republic of Korea in control of the south by virtue of an election sanctioned by the United Nations, while the Soviet-supported Democratic Republic of Korea ruled the north, where elections were not held. The only thing unifying the country by then was a civil war, with each side claiming to be the legitimate government and threatening to invade the other. Neither could do so, however, without superpower support. This the Americans denied to their South Korean allies, chiefly because the Truman administration had decided to liquidate all positions on the Asian mainland and concentrate on the defense of island strongpoints like Japan, Okinawa, and the Philippines—though not Taiwan. The South Korean president, Syngman Rhee, repeatedly sought support for his ambitions to liberate the north from officials In Washington, as well as from General Douglas MacArthur, the commander of United States occupation forces in Japan, but he never got it. One of the reasons the Americans withdrew their troops from South Korea, indeed, was their fear that the unpredictable Rhce might "march north," and thus drag them into a war they did not want. Rhee’s North Korean counterpart, Kim Il-sung, had similar designs on the south, and for a time a similar experience with his superpower sponsor. He had repeatedly sought support in Moscow for a military campaign to unify Korea, and had been repeatedly turned down—until January, 1950, when yet another request got a more encouraging response. What made the difference, it appears, was Stalin's conviction that a "second front" was now feasible in East Asia, that it could be created by proxies, thus minimizing the risk to the U.S.S.R., and that the Americans would not respond. They had done nothing, after all, to save tire Chinese nationalists, and on January l2, 1950, Secretary of State Acheson had even announced publicly that the American "defensive perimeter" did not extend to South Korea. Stalin read the speech carefully—as well as (courtesy of British spies) the top-secret National Security Council study upon which it was based—and authorized Ills foreign minister, Molotov, to discuss it with Mao Zedong. The Soviet leader then informed Kim Il-sung that "[a]ccording to information coming from the United States, . . . [t]he prevailing mood is not to interfere." Kim in turn assured Stalin that "[t]he attack will be swift and the war will he won in three days." Stalin's "green light" to Kim Il-sung was part of the larger strategy for seizing opportunities in East Asia that he had discussed with the Chinese: shortly after endorsing the invasion of South Korea, he also encouraged Ho Chi Minh to intensity the Viet Minh offensive against the French in Indochina. Victories in both locations would maintain the momentum generated by Mao's victory the previous year. They would compensate for the setbacks the Soviet Union had encountered in Europe, and they would counter increasingly obvious American efforts to bring Japan within its system of postwar military alliances. A particular advantage of this strategy was that it would not require direct Soviet involvement: the North Koreans and the Viet Minh would take the initiative, operating under the pretext of unifying their respective countries. And the Chinese, still eager to legitimize their revolution by winning Stalin's approval, were more than willing to provide backup support, if and when needed. These were the events, then, that led to the North Korean invasion of South Korea. What Stalin had nor anticipated was the effect it would have on the Americans: this unexpected attack was almost as great a shock as the one on Pearl Harbor nine years earlier, and its consequences for Washington's strategy were at least as profound. South Korea in and of itself was of little importance to the global balance of power, but the fact that it had been invaded so blatantly—across the 38th parallel, a boundary sanctioned by the United Nations—appeared to challenge the entire structure of postwar collective security. It had been just this sort of thing that had led to the collapse of international order during the 1030s, and to the subsequent outbreak of World War II. Truman hardly needed to think about what to do: "We can't let the UN down," he repeatedly told his advisers. It took his administration only hours to decide that the United States would come to the defense of South Korea, and that it would do so not just on its own authority, but under that of the United Nations as well. It was able to do so quickly for two reasons. The first was that an American army was conveniently stationed nearby, occupying Japan—a fact Stalin seems to have overlooked. The second—another oversight on Stalin's part—was that there was no Soviet representative present in the Security Council to veto United Nations action: he had been withdrawn, some months earlier, as a protest against the organizations refusal to seat the Chinese communists. With U.N. approval, then, the international community mobilized within days to counter this new threat to international security, yet another response that Moscow had not anticipated. The response, to be sure, almost failed: American and South Korean troops were forced to retreat to the southeastern tip of the Korean peninsula and might have had to evacuate it altogether had it not been for a brilliant military maneuver by the United Nations commander, General MacArthur, who surprised the North Koreans with a daring amphibious landing at Inchon, near Seoul, in mid-September. Soon he had trapped the North Korean army below the 38th parallel, and his forces were advancing almost unopposed into North Korea. Shocked by this sequence of events, Stalin was on the verge of accepting a lost war, even the prospect of the Americans occupying North Korea itself, which directly bordered on China and the Soviet Union: "So what," he commented wearily. "Let it be. Let the Americans he our neighbors." There remained, though, the question of what the Chinese would do. Mao had supported the invasion of South Korea, and even before the Inchon landing—which he anticipated and warned Kim Il-sung to be ready for—he had begun moving troops from the China coast opposite Taiwan up to the North Korean border. "We should not fail to assist the Koreans," he told his advisers early in August. "We must lend them our hands in the form of sending our military volunteers there. " There was concern in Washington about the possibility of Chinese intervention, and for that reason Truman ordered MacArthur not to advance all the way to the Yalu River, which formed the Sino-Korean border. Meanwhile the State Department, through various intermediaries, was seeking to deter the Chinese by raising the prospect of horrendous casualties. Mao for a time had difficulty convincing his own advisers that it would be necessary to intervene, a fact that led Stalin, early in October, to tell Kim Il-sung that he would have to evacuate North Korea altogether. Shortly thereafter, though, Mao prevailed, and so was able to inform the Russians and the North Koreans that the Chinese would be soon corning to the rescue.

Daily Game Nov 29 - GunBlood

This is a battle life or death battle. Only one will be left standing.

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Sunday, November 28, 2010

Daily Game Nov 28 - Truck Toss

Prove your driving skills in this fun truck racing game.

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Saturday, November 27, 2010

Friday, November 26, 2010

Tiny things not seen with a naked eye

All pics from the book ' Microcosmos', created by Brandon Brill from London.

Daily Game Nov 26 - Extreme Rally 2

Drive your car as fast as you can in this extreme rally racing game.

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Thursday, November 25, 2010

Pike River Coal mine death toll in New Zealand at 29

All hope  for the 29 men trapped in the New Zealand mine disaster were ended yesterday by a second explosion at the site.

The 29 miners and contractors had not been heard of since an initial explosion on Friday afternoon.

The country went into mourning as police said the coal miners, two of them Brits, couldn't have survived the huge additional blast.

They would probably have been overcome by carbon monoxide earlier and would have not have been affected by this afternoon's explosion, he said.

Their relatives wailed in grief and Prime Minister John Key called it a "national tragedy".

The Queen - New Zealand's head of state - said: "I am deeply saddened by today's news that there is now no hope for the men."

She added that the anguish was "being felt throughout New Zealand and around the world".

Daily Game Nov 25 - Prizma Puzzle 3

Collect all the stars for energy, but calculate your moves or you'll have nowhere to go.

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Wednesday, November 24, 2010

Happy thanks giving

Imagine how incredible, we have all been blessed , giving thanks to God is the most utmost thing any human being can do. God has been so good to many of us and protected us from all evil and kept us alive.
There are so many things to be thank full for and of course so many people to thank.
What ever your take is Happy thanks giving.

Daily Game Nov 24 - Fury Officer 2

Defeat and avenge all the bad guys!

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Tuesday, November 23, 2010

Daily Game Nov 23 - Coaster Racer

Proof your driving skills. Speed up and win the race!

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Monday, November 22, 2010

Igonesia Original Buzz: Japanese Rain Goggles

Igonesia Original Buzz: Japanese Rain Goggles: "Japanese Rain Goggles - The goggles are called Mejikara and made of silicone rubber. Supposedly they have 'specially-designed ridges which m..."

Though Charlie as always in the new episode of Two and a Half Men, implies  When a girl is squirting in your face so you have to squint @#%$####......, and you wish you had a pair of goggles.
PG.  this is way too graphic for my liking.


EV-DO is a high-speed network protocol used for wireless data communications, primarily Internet access. EV-DO is considered a broadband technology like DSL or cable modem Internet services. Certain classes of cellular phones support EV-DO. These phones may be available from various phone carriers around the world including Sprint and Verizon in the U.S. Additionally, various PCMCIA adapters and external modem hardware exists to enable laptops and handheld devices for EV-DO.
The EV-DO protocol uses asymmetric communications, allocating more bandwidth for downloads than for uploads. The original EVDO Revision 0 standard supports up to 2.4 Mbps data rates down but only 0.15 Mbps (about 150 Kbps) up.
An improved version of EV-DO called Revision A increases download speeds up to 3.1 Mbps and uploads to 0.8 Mbps (800 Kbps). EV-DO providers have gradually been upgrading their equipment from Rev 0 to support Rev A.
A future version of EV-DO called Revision B (not yet widely deployed) promised to offer much higher data rates as this protocol is capable of aggregating bandwidth from multiple wireless channels. Early trials have achieved EV-DO Rev B downloads of greater than 9 Mbps.
As with many other network protocols, the theoretical maximum data rates of EV-DO are not achieved in practice. Real-world networks may run at 50% or less of the rated speeds.

CDMA2000, also known as IMT-CDMA Multi-Carrier or 1xRTT, is a code-division multiple access (CDMA) version of the IMT-2000 standard developed by the International Telecommunication Union (ITU). The CDMA2000 standard is third-generation (3-G) mobile wireless technology. The world's first 3G commercial system was launched by SK Telecom (South Korea) in October 2000, using CDMA2000 1X.
CDMA2000 can support mobile data communications at speeds ranging from 144 Kbps to 2 Mbps. Versions have been developed by Ericsson and Qualcomm. As of March 2006, the CDMA Development Group reports more than 250,300,000 subscribers worldwide.


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German Pilots Uwe Thomas Carstensen ad Martin Grohganz world tour to raise ophan funds

TWO German pilots have launched an initiative to fly around the world to raise funds for Ugandan vulnerable children and orphans.

The pilots, Uwe Thomas Carstensen ad Martin Grohganz who arrived in Entebbe on Monday tend to raise over $100,000 from their venture to support education projects in Uganda.

“It is our joy that as we set to retire we do something for the Ugandan kids. We want kids in Uganda to be educated and have a better life,” Carstensen told New Vision. According to statistics from the Gender ministry, Uganda has over three million orphans and vulnerable children, majority orphaned due to the HIV/AIDS scourge.

The two pilots who set from German city Hanover on November 11 will fly across 20 countries in Africa where they will raise awareness about the need to support education in Africa. They are flying in a six seater Cessna’s aircraft.

The funds will be channeled to the German Population for World Development (DSW) that has been supporting health and education projects in Uganda.

James Kotzsch, the DSW Uganda country director said the funds will be channeled to the various schools were DSW has projects that support vulnerable children.

The pilots excited the pupils of St. Joseph Boarding primary school in Nabbingo, one of the schools supported by DSW when the visited. Dressed in pilot gears, the two answered questions raised by the ecstatic pupils.

The pilots yesterday flew to Arusha Tanzania before heading to Malawi, South Africa, Namibia, Angola, Cameroon, Gabon, Togo, Ghana, among others.

They have so far visited Egypt, Sudan, Ethiopia and Uganda. They will end their world tour In February 2011.

Daily Game Nov 22 - Blow Things Up!

Blow up the bad guys in this fun and explosive puzzle game.

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Monday Blues,

Time Check 5:45am alarm goes off,
Ok it is Monday once again, why are weekends so short and yet there is so much to do?
Got to be at my office desk at exactly 8:00am , so I say just a few more minutes while I catch up with the morning news clip after clip it gets better and more interesting , time check 6.45am , Oh my God  where did the time go so  at the speed of light shower brush , shave and there !power cut, rest of the stuff put on hold  and off to office half hungry and half sleepy.
time check  7:50am right at my Desk.

Ellis Hobbs Helment to Helment Neck Injury - Eagles vs Giants 11/21/10

Sunday, November 21, 2010

Coming Alive in Christ: Then Sings My Soul Saturdays

Coming Alive in Christ: Then Sings My Soul Saturdays: "This is one of my favorite songs and it has been going through my head a lot lately. Just wanted to share! (yeah I know I have used it bef..."

Daily Game Nov 21 - Doodle Devil

After being Doodle God, you are changing teams to work for the Devil - combine elements and re-create the world of evil and darkness!

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Saturday, November 20, 2010

A Journey To The World Of Igorots: Sumaguing Cave part 2

A Journey To The World Of Igorots: Sumaguing Cave part 2

Daily Game Nov 20 - All We Need Is Brain

Brain your way to killing the zombie.

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Painkillers risky in pregnancy

USE of mild painkillers such as paracetamol, aspirin and ibuprofen during pregnancy may partly account for a sharp increase in male reproductive disorders in recent decades, according to a study.

Research in developed nations has shown that sperm counts have fallen by about 50 percent in the past half century.

The research found that women who took a combination of more than one mild analgesic during pregnancy had an increased risk of giving birth to sons with undescended testicles.

This condition is known to be a risk factor for poor semen quality and a greater risk of testicular cancer. The study found that the risk was especially increased during the second trimester, the fourth to sixth months of pregnancy.

The researchers from Finland, Denmark and France said more studies were urgently needed and advice to pregnant women on use of painkillers should be reconsidered.

Doctors generally say women should avoid taking medicines while pregnant, but that paracetamol, ibuprofen and aspirin are considered safe in some conditions and at certain times.

This study looked at two groups of women, 834 in Denmark and 1,463 in Finland. The results showed that women who used more than one painkiller simultaneously had a seven-fold increased risk of giving birth to sons with testicular problems, compared with women who took nothing.

The second trimester appeared to be a particularly sensitive time, with simultaneous use of more than one painkiller during this period linked to a 16-fold increase in risk.

Friday, November 19, 2010

Whats with Internet Marketeers,

Wow I once visited this social site and found more sales and deals than I could handle , truth be told
the offers were amazingly  good but way too much , To some extent same offers  repeated time and again
So I ask, when selling doesn't one require some level of etiquette?
True Im also guilty as charged but honestly a person sometime needs rest from stress and just wants a joke or some  thing whacky and damn not the latest from ITor Vacation.

Daily Game Nov 19 - Age of Kingdom

Use your resources smartly. Build and defend your kingdom.

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