Just listen it once…you will love it.

Original Song-Translation

Tumko bhi hai khabarYou also know
Mujhko bhi hai pataI also know
Ho raha hai judaa dono ka raasta - Our ways are getting separated
Door jaa ke bhi mujhseEven going away from me
Tum meri yaadon mein rehna - You stay in my memories
Kabhi alvida na kehna (3)Never say goodbye
Tumko bhi hai khabarYou also know
Mujhko bhi hai pataI also know
Ho raha hai judaa dono ka raasta - Our ways are getting separated
Door jaa ke bhi mujhse - Even going away from me
Tum meri yaadon mein rehnaYou stay in my memories
Kabhi Alvida Na Kehna (3)Never say goodbye
Jitni thi khushiyan sab kho chuki haiWhatever happiness there was it’s all gone
Bas ek gham hai ke jaata nahiJust the sadness won’t go away
Samjha ke dekha behela ke dekha - I tried to make it understand
Dil hai chain isko aata nahi…aata nahi - This heart does not receive any peace…
Aasoon hai ke hai angaarey, aag hai ab aankhon se behenaAre these tears or bolts of flame, fire now floats through these eyes
Kabhi alvida na kehna (3) - Never say goodbye
Rut aa rahi hai, rut jaa rahi haiSeasons have come, seasons have gone
Dard ka mausam badla nahiThe weather of pain has not changed
Rang yeh gham ka itna hai geheraThe color of sadness is so deep
Saadiyon bhi hoga halka nahi…halka nahi - Even after years it will not get less…will not get less
Kaun jaane kya hona haiWho knows what will happen
Humko hai ab kya kya sehena - What more do I have to go through
Kabhi Alvida…Kabhi Alvida Na Kehna (2) – Never say goodbye
Tumko bhi hai khabar - You also know
Mujhko bhi hai pataI also know
Ho raha hai judaa dono ka raastaOur ways are getting separated
Door jaa ke bhi mujhseEven going away from me
Tum meri yaadon mein rehnaYou stay in my memories
Kabhi Alvida Na Kehna (5)
Never say goodbye

 

The Science of Flaming Farts. By Esther Inglis-Arkell | io9 | Image Credit: Gif made by The Science of Reality, video via Youtube.</p>
<p>You know you’ve always wondered why farting on a lighter causes a brief burst of flame. Believe it or not, there is rarely any methane in farts, and so methane is not what’s burning when farts are ignited. Find out what does, and why some farts ignite and others don’t.<br />
It’s a commonly-held belief that farts contain methane, which is why they smell and they can ignite. And this would be true, if people were cows. Actually, the gut bacteria of humans generally don’t produce methane. There are certain kinds, which live in a certain percentage of the population, that do produce methane, but it’s far from in the majority of farts.<br />
What actually makes it through your body will depend on many things, including what you put in. Eggs, cauliflower, and meats are often more sulfur-rich and so add a little hydrogen sulfide to the final, ah, product. As for the rest, the largest component is often nitrogen, which is already a good portion of the atmosphere, and so doesn’t ignite all that readily.<br />
What will? Mostly it’s the hydrogen in the hydrogen sulfide that’s released. Occasionally, if the person does have the lucky gut that produces methane, it will burn along with the hydrogen. In order to get the most flammable fart, people will generally eat sulfur-rich foods. It’s not a good idea to hold them in and store them up, as to those who have tested the technique a held-in fart is less likely to catch fire.</p>
<p>A typical breakdown of the chemical composition of farts via About.com’s Chemistry section:<br />
Nitrogen: 20-90%<br />
Hydrogen: 0-50% (flammable)<br />
Carbon dioxide: 10-30%<br />
Oxygen: 0-10%<br />
Methane: 0-10% (flammable)</p>
<p>Oh, but don’t go for the matches just yet. About a quarter of the fart igniters get burned in the process. There is no way to stress how little anyone likes to get burned in that area. Worse, the ignition of the released fart can ignite gasses higher up the intestinal tract, and sometimes, high in the intestinal tract, there will be swallowed oxygen. Oxygen is swallowed daily, but generally doesn’t make it out of the body because it is so readily absorbed into cells.<br />
Oxygen is also likely to ignite explosively if heated, and this has happened during surgical procedures carried out in the intestinal area – though there is no record of it happening when someone tried to ignite their farts. Still, it’s a bad idea to take even the most remote chance on an internal Hindenburg. Just let this knowledge seep into your mind, and keep your downstairs area well clear of it.<br />
Via Fart Sounds<br />
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You know you’ve always wondered why farting on a lighter causes a brief burst of flame. Believe it or not, there is rarely any methane in farts, and so methane is not what’s burning when farts are ignited. Find out what does, and why some farts ignite and others don’t.

It’s a commonly-held belief that farts contain methane, which is why they smell and they can ignite. And this would be true, if people were cows. Actually, the gut bacteria of humans generally don’t produce methane. There are certain kinds, which live in a certain percentage of the population, that do produce methane, but it’s far from in the majority of farts.

What actually makes it through your body will depend on many things, including what you put in. Eggs, cauliflower, and meats are often more sulfur-rich and so add a little hydrogen sulfide to the final, ah, product. As for the rest, the largest component is often nitrogen, which is already a good portion of the atmosphere, and so doesn’t ignite all that readily.

What will? Mostly it’s the hydrogen in the hydrogen sulfide that’s released. Occasionally, if the person does have the lucky gut that produces methane, it will burn along with the hydrogen. In order to get the most flammable fart, people will generally eat sulfur-rich foods. It’s not a good idea to hold them in and store them up, as to those who have tested the technique a held-in fart is less likely to catch fire.

 

A typical breakdown of the chemical composition of farts via About.com’s Chemistry section:

  • Nitrogen: 20-90%
  • Hydrogen: 0-50% (flammable)
  • Carbon dioxide: 10-30%
  • Oxygen: 0-10%
  • Methane: 0-10% (flammable)

 

Oh, but don’t go for the matches just yet. About a quarter of the fart igniters get burned in the process. There is no way to stress how little anyone likes to get burned in that area. Worse, the ignition of the released fart can ignite gasses higher up the intestinal tract, and sometimes, high in the intestinal tract, there will be swallowed oxygen. Oxygen is swallowed daily, but generally doesn’t make it out of the body because it is so readily absorbed into cells.

Oxygen is also likely to ignite explosively if heated, and this has happened during surgical procedures carried out in the intestinal area – though there is no record of it happening when someone tried to ignite their farts. Still, it’s a bad idea to take even the most remote chance on an internal Hindenburg. Just let this knowledge seep into your mind, and keep your downstairs area well clear of it.

Everything in this world has started to end. It’s all about what we make of it before it ends .

Just a random thought which came into my mind after watching the movie Paan Singh Tomar . Well if you watch the movie , you will feel the same.

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Hell yeah…!

People eat these things too

#7 – Balut

This delicacy is not for the squeamish. Balut is actually boiled baby duck served still preserved in the egg. Gross!


#6 – Pacha

Pacha is a common dish in the Middle East and consists of boiled sheep’s head. The most disgusting part is that it is served practically staring at you!

#5 – Escamoles

Escamoles are eaten primarily in Mexico and are giant ant eggs. They are said to have the consistency of cottage cheese

#4 – Lutefisk

Lutefisk is a Scandinavian dish which included cod that is soaked in a lye solution for days. What’s odd is lye is actually an industrial strength cleaning agent. Eat up!

#3 – Baby Mice Wine

Popular is Korea, this rice wine with fermented baby mice is said to taste like raw gasoline. Why again do people drink this?

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#2 – Hákarl

This Icelandic treat is shark that has been buried in gravel and snow for 12 weeks and then left to dry out for a few months. It is commonly known as one of the worst foods in the world.

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#1 – Caterpillas Fungus

Caterpillar Fungus is a fungus that grows on insect larvae. It takes over the body of the caterpillar, eventually killing and mummifying it. It’s commonly consumed in China and Tibet

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Our world is so full of wonders that new and amazing places are discovered every day, be that by professional photographers or amateurs. Different geographical locations, climatic conditions and even seasons offer the widest variety of natural wonders: pink lakes, stunning lavender or tulip fields, breath-taking canyons and mountains, and other places you can hardly believe actually exist!

Some of the pictures in this collection will be of all natural sights you can find while traveling around the world, while the others have experienced human interference – but even in these cases, the result of such collaboration is spectacular. The Japanese learned how to tame thousands of orchids and form a romantic tunnel out of them; another one was formed all the way in Ukraine by a passing train; and what eventually ends up as hot tea in our mugs, first grows in stunning tree fields in Asia.

No wonder that traveling in one of the best forms of recreation – even looking at these pictures takes your mind to far away places… And yes, all those of those places are real!

Feel free to add more places in the comments under the article.

Tunnel of Love, Ukraine

Tulip Fields in Netherlands

Salar de Uyuni: One of the World’s Largest Mirrors, Bolivia

Hitachi Seaside Park, Japan

Mendenhall Ice Caves, Juneau, Alaska

Red Beach, Panjin, China

Bamboo Forest, Japan


Street in Bonn, Germany

Naica Mine, Mexico

Wisteria Flower Tunnel in Japan

Black Forest, Germany

Fields of Tea, China

Tianzi Mountains, China

Hang Son Doong, Vietnam

Shibazakura Flowers, Takinoue Park, Japan

Antelope Canyon, USA

Lake Hillier, Australia

Lake Retba, Senegal

Lavender Fields, UK and France

Canola Flower Fields, China

Mount Roraima, South America

Zhangye Danxia Landform, China

 

October 11, 2013
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Life is an adventure, dare it

 

Life Is….
by Mother Teresa

“Life is an opportunity, benefit from it.
Life is beauty, admire it.
Life is a dream, realize it.
Life is a challenge, meet it.
Life is a duty, complete it.
Life is a game, play it.
Life is a promise, fulfill it.
Life is sorrow, overcome it.
Life is a song, sing it.
Life is a struggle, accept it.
Life is a tragedy, confront it.
Life is an adventure, dare it.
Life is luck, make it.
Life is too precious, do not destroy it.
Life is life, fight for it.

  • Club captured by a photographer during a dive off the coast of Eilat, Israel
  • ‘Nymphas Show Bar’ said to once have been an underwater restaurant
  • The entrance is above water, by a bridge, down one flight of stairs

This strip club may be located at one of the world’s most beautiful travel destinations, but it appears to have been mysteriously abandoned by its once regular clientele.

Perhaps its venue – several feet below water level – was just too off-putting.

The Nymphas Show Bar, which still features a stripper’s pole, was re-discovered by photographer Gil Koplovitz during a dive off the coast of Eilat in Israel.

 

Photographer Gil Koplovitz discovered the Nymphas Show Bar during a dive off the coast of Eilat in Israel

It has been described as the world’s most bizarre nude dancing club, but even Koplovitz is unsure how long the club has been lying underwater, empty.

‘The entrance [to the strip joint] is above water. People just crossed a 230ft bridge and went down a flight of stairs. No need to get wet.’

But while the club has lost its attraction, Koplovitz’s pictures have caught people’s imagination, capturing the eerie beauty of modern day ruins

Koplovitz's pictures have caught people's imagination - they capture the eerie beauty of modern day ruins

The pole is the only thing left which hints at the club's past as a strip joint - it used to be a restaurant

The pole in the centre of the picture is the only thing left which hints at the club’s past as a strip joint – it used to be an underwater restaurant

The scene is called ‘Abandoned Porn’ and his photos have left many people more intrigued than they would be by images of an ordinary strip club.

Taken through the windows of the rusted destination, they show the once glossy, pristine interior.

Chairs and most of the tables have been removed, but the stage and the pole remain. An empty bottle of mineral water has been left on one of the few remaining pieces of furniture.

The only ones showing any interest in the club now are the fish having a peek through the windows as they swim past.

 

 

Another peek through the windows of the now defunct Nymphas Show Bar in Eilat, Israel

Another peek through the windows of the now defunct Nymphas Show Bar in Eilat, Israel – a large mirror appears to have been left behindCustomers may have abandoned the Nymphas Show Bar, but the wildlife is still showing interest

Customers may have abandoned the Nymphas Show Bar, but the wildlife off the coast of Eilat is still showing interest

 

The Nymphas Show Bar seen through another window with some remaining tables and the pole

The Nymphas Show Bar seen through another window with some remaining tables and the pole – the diver can been seen though one of the windows

The ultimate key to achievement

Posted: October 10, 2013 in Uncategorized

Originally posted on Happinessecrets:

Photo credit: weheartit.com

We all have dreams, hopes, wishes. Sometimes we even have secret dreams, being afraid to share them with the people around us. How many times you wished for something and you just let it go, telling yourself that dreams are only dreams and that normal people are just realistic, they don’t walk around dreaming? How many excuses you found, managing to shut down your inner voice?
What happens to you knowing that you want something and you don’t even try very hard to achieve it?
You die, bit by bit, every day…

It’s time to be you, it’s time to be free!
Here are the main ingredients to achieve every goal in your life: knowing what you want, confidence in yourself, determination, time, dedication, patience.
What’s missing?
The ultimate key: assuming the risk.

We can’t gain without loosing, life it’s a continuous transformation, it’s like business: you…

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Yesterday, the Nobel Prize in Physics was awarded to three physicists that helped discovered the Higgs boson. But, what is the Higgs boson?

To best explain, here’s a cocktail party filled with physicists. Suddenly, an accountant walks into the room. Because none of the physicists want to talk to him, the accountant easily makes his way to the bar

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Now imagine, if instead of an accountant, physics superstar Peter Higgs walked into the room. He would be swarmed by physicists eager to talk to him and would have to push his way to the bar.

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In the above scenarios, the physicists at the party are the Higgs field. They interact differently with different people that walk in (just like the actual Higgs field interacts differently with different particles).

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Now imagine someone on one side of the party starts a rumor. The rumor will move through the crowd as people clump together to hear it. This clump of people is like the Higgs boson.

For the full story behind the Higgs boson, check out Don Lincoln’s The Higgs Field, explained (animation by Powerhouse Animation Studios Inc.)

If you’d prefer to learn about the Higgs via milkshake instead of cocktail party, check out Dave Barney and Steve Goldfarb’s The basics of the Higgs boson.