Thursday, September 29, 2011

China Launches Space Lab

China has launched launch a rocket that will mark the first 

The rocket is carrying an unmanned 8.5-ton module known as Heavenly Palace No.1.
In early November a spacecraft will attempt to dock with the module while both orbit the Earth at a speed of 17 thousand miles an hour.
The station will be completed in 2020, the same year the international space station is due to be scrapped.

It's been eight years since China first put a man in space, and three since the first Chinese space walk. The country's space programme - which costs up to £2bn a year - also includes ambitious plans to put a man on the Moon and land on Mars.
Some worry that China may also intend to militarise space. In 2007 the country carried out a Star Wars-style test, shooting down one of its own satellites with a ballistic missile.

China, however, says it is committed to "the peaceful development of outer space".
Experts say that the Chinese are relying on decades-old technology, roughly equivalent to American achievements in the mid-1960s. But the multi-million pound programme - known officially as Project 921 - has huge nationalistic appeal.
In Shanzaogou Village on the outskirts of Beijing, goat farmer Wang Yonglu and his wife live just above the poverty line.
"It's good for social development and good for us ordinary folk," he said. "When I heard about it on the news I felt very proud."

Navy issuing first 1,000 redundancy notice

More than 1,000 Royal Navy personnel will learn they are being made redundant later as part of a first round of military job cuts.
Of about 1,020 job losses, a third are compulsory. Some 810 sailors applied for redundancy and 670 were accepted.
The navy is cutting numbers by 5,000 to 30,000 by 2015, as part of 22,000 armed forces cuts designed to help save £5bn.
Defence Secretary Liam Fox said the MoD had to share the blame for the cuts having "helped create the problem".
Earlier this month about 920 soldiers and 930 RAF personnel were told they were being made redundant, in the first tranche of cuts announced in last year's Strategic Defence and Security Review.
The next round of redundancies is due in March. The Ministry of Defence is also shedding 25,000 civilian staff over the next four years.
Speaking to the Guardian newspaper, Dr Fox reflected on the actions of military chiefs under previous government, saying: "I think the MoD consistently dug a hole for itself that it eventually found that it could not climb out of.
"It is irritating to hear some of those who helped create the problem criticising us when we try to bring in a solution."
A "complete breakdown of trust" between the military and the government over ballooning costs reached its zenith towards the end of Gordon Brown's premiership, the defence secretary said.
'Morale knocked'
He added that he wanted the armed forces to "take the pain early" so the military could balance its books and regain lost credibility.
Morale within the forces had "taken a knock" but most people understood that reform "had to be done", Dr Fox said.
Only personnel not on or preparing for deployment, and who have taken all their operational leave, have been considered for redundancy from the Royal Navy.
This includes sailors who took part in the Libya campaign on HMS Cumberland and other ships now being decommissioned.
Plymouth-based HMS Cumberland was the first UK warship sent to Libya earlier in the year.
The MoD says the decisions it faces are not easy but that they will "help to defend the UK, protect our interests overseas and enable us to work effectively with allies and partners to deliver greater security and stability in the wider world".
Many of the job cuts in the coming years are expected through a decrease in recruitment and by not replacing those who leave, but more than half are likely to be redundancies.
Are you a Royal Navy staff member who is affected? Do you know anyone in the Navy who is due to be made redundant? How will it affect your family? Send us your comments and experiences.

How to Detect Hidden Camera in Trial Room?

In front of the trial room take your mobile and make sure that mobile can make calls........
Then enter into the trail room, take your mobile and make a call.....
If u can't make a call......!!!!
There is a hidden camera......
This is due to the interference of fiber optic cable during the signal transfer......

Please forward this to your friends to educate this issue to the

public......To prevent our innocent ladies from HIDDEN CAMERA...........

Pinhole Cameras in Changing Rooms of Big Bazaar, Shoppers Stop?

A few days ago, I received this text message:

Please don't use Trial room of BIG BAZAAR there are pinhole cameras to make MMS of young girls.
So, please forward to all girls. Also forward to all boys who have sisters and girlfriends.

Don't be shy in forwarding this message. Because its about protecting the integrity of all girls & ladies.


When we visit toilets, bathrooms, hotel rooms, changing rooms, etc., How many of you know for sure that the seemingly ordinary mirror hanging on the wall is a real mirror, or actually a 2-way mirror I.e., they can see you, but you can't see them. There have been many cases of people installing 2-way mirrors in female changing rooms or bathroom or bedrooms.

It is very difficult to positively identify the surface by just looking at it. So, how do we determine with any amount of certainty what type of Mirror we are looking at?


Place the tip of your fingernail against the reflective surface and if there is a GAP between your fingernail and the image of the nail, then it is a GENUINE mirror.

However, if your fingernail DIRECTLY TOUCHES the image of your nail, then BEWARE, IT IS A 2-WAY MIRROR! (There may be someone seeing you from the other side). So remember, every time you see a mirror, do the "fingernail test." It doesn't cost you anything. It is simple to do.

This is a really good thing to do. The reason there is a gap on a real mirror, is because the silver is on the back of the mirror UNDER the glass.

Whereas with a two-way mirror, the silver is on the surface. Keep it in mind! Make sure and check every time you enter in hotel rooms.

Share this with your sisters, wife, daughters, friends, colleagues, etc.

Pass this message to all Ur friends in the Contacts.

Wednesday, September 21, 2011

The World's Largest Chocolate Bar

The Worlds Finest Chocolate company set the Guinness World Record for the largest chocolate bar on September 13, 2011 in Chicago, Illinois. The bar, which stands nearly 3 feet high and measures 21 feet long, weighs 12,290 pound beating the previous record chocolate bar by more than a ton.