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Photos from "FACT FILE"'s post 02/03/2017
Timeline photos 19/10/2016

1.Polarizing filter film with a vertical axis to polarize light as it enters.
2.Glass substrate with ITO electrodes. The shapes of these electrodes will determine the shapes that will appear when the LCD is switched ON. Vertical ridges etched on the surface are smooth.
3.Twisted nematic liquid crystal.
4.Glass substrate with common electrode film (ITO) with horizontal ridges to line up with the horizontal filter.
5.Polarizing filter film with a horizontal axis to block/pass light.
6.Reflective surface to send light back to viewer. (In a backlit LCD, this layer is replaced with a light source.)

Photos from "FACT FILE"'s post 04/06/2016

There are different types of clouds. Each has a different altitude and appearance.
1.Cirrus Clouds
These are the most common high altitude (above 18,000 feet) clouds. They are thin, wispy, and made of ice. They are usually white, and kids can use them to predict fair to pleasant weather.

2.Cirrostratus Clouds
These are sheet-like, cover the sky, and usually appear 12-24 hours before rain. While they cover the sky, the sun can still be seen through them.

3.Cirrocumulus Clouds
These appear as small puffs in a long row covering the sky — almost like the scales of a fish. They’re usually seen in the winter and indicate fair, but very cold, weather.

4.Altostratus Clouds
These mid-level (6,500-18,000 feet) clouds are gray or blue-gray, and are made up of ice crystals and water droplets. They fill the whole sky and usually form just ahead of continuous rain or snow.

5.Altocumulus Clouds
These are gray puffy masses made up of water droplets. They form in groups, and when you see them in the mornings in the summertime, prepare for thunderstorms in the afternoon or evening.

6.Stratus Clouds
These cover the sky like fog that doesn’t reach the ground, are gray, and produce a light drizzle or mist.

7.Stratocumulus Clouds
These clouds are low, puffy, and gray. They form in rows with blue sky showing through, and rarely produce rain.

8.Nimbostratus Clouds
These are wet looking and dark gray. They form in a layer that produces steady falling rain.

9.Cumulus Clouds
White and puffy, these look like cotton candy and indicate fair weather. These clouds can eventually tower upwards to form cumulonimbus clouds.

10.Cumulonimbus Clouds
These are thunderstorm clouds. High winds flatten the top of them. These clouds produce heavy rain, hail, thunder, lightning, and can even develop into tornadoes.

Untitled album 04/06/2016

Fun with ice and water
Make your ice grow
you need to place some unopened bottles of water in your freezer and leave them there for about 2 hours and 45 minutes…

You can color the water first if you would like to make colored ice grow. I tried it both ways with the same success. Be sure to seal the bottle closed tightly before placing them in your freezer. Set your bottles flat in the freezer like I have here for best results…

After the 2 hours and 45 minutes, your water should still look like water and not be frozen. The photo below is too frozen…

Gently take your super icy cold water out of the freezer and handle very gently. Don’t shake, knock, or jar the bottle or your water will now turn into ice before you are ready. Set out a tub of ice (you need to use a container that will allow for plenty of water overflow so a bigger container might be better than the cup you see here). Then pour a steady stream of water over the ice and you will see the ice begin to grow. You can do this on one ice cube or a bunch of ice cubes…

Keep the stream of water going. Move it around a bit as your ice grows taller and grow more ice around your container. You can create as many ice towers (or castles) as you like until your bottle runs out of water or your container starts to get too full and spill out onto the floor! By keeping the water pouring in one spot, your ice will grow…

and grow…

And grow!


See the Top 16 most interesting facts about 2016 this year!

And if we left off any, then let us know any others in the Comment Section below!

1. 2016 is a leap year starting on Friday, January 1st, so we’ll have an extra day on February 29th.
2. These 2016 dates will all fall on a Monday: 4/4, 6/6, 8/8, 10/10, and 12/12
3. The 2016 calendar is exactly the same as the 1994 calendar with days and dates, including festivals.
4. Chinese New Year is on Monday, February 8th, and it will bring about the Year of the Red Fire Monkey…if this is your sign, then you’re likely curious!
5. El Nino is expected to cause more havoc to the world weather pattern during spring 2016 and expected to be one of the strongest on record.
6. Independence Day, July 4th, will have NASA’s Juno spacecraft arrive at Mars
7. When filing your taxes in 2016, you have until Monday, April 18th instead of the typical 15th…since April 15 falls on a Friday and it’s a holiday in Washington, D.C, you have a few more days to file!
8. There might be the 1st ever woman elected for the top job at the United Nations as well as the United States
9. Mother Teresa might be changing her name to Saint Teresa in fall 0f 2016 during the Roman Catholic Church’s Holy Year of Mercy.
10. Britain could bolt the European Union in June as voters decide whether or not to stay allied with the 28-country coalition
11. The 2016 Summer Olympics will be held in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil from August. 12. Which movie released in 2016 will be the biggest blockbuster of the year? There are always plenty of sequels and comic book movies that could be #1: Batman vs. Superman, Captain America: Civil War, X-Men: Apocalypse, Finding Dory, Su***de Squad, Fantastic Beasts and Where To Find Them, and Rogue One: A Star Wars Story are all vying for the top spot.
13. A 3rd set of locks at the Panama Canal will handle ships almost 3 times the size of the ones now come April 2016
14. 2016 has been designated as the International Year of Pulses by the UN General Assembly (pulse is an annual legume crop)
15. The year of legal pot? Canada and Mexico are expected to vote on the issue for using pot recreationally, with the new Canadian prime minister pledging to make it legal. Australia and South Africa are also leaning toward legal pot laws, and California will vote on the issue in November which already allows commercial pot sales.
16. The last US, British, and Australian troop will withdraw from Afghanistan on Dec 31st, 2016

Timeline photos 27/09/2015

Why is liquid ammonia used in ice plants?
Liquid ammonia acts as a refrigerant in ice plants. Evaporation of a liquid needs heat energy. When liquid ammonia vapourizes, it absorbs large quantities of heat without changing its temperature. For these reasons, ammonia is widely used as a refrigerant. About 17 g of liquid ammonia absorbs 5,700 calories of heat from the surrounding water. This cools the water and ultimately freezes it to ice.



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बैंकाक । बैंकाक हवाई अड्डे पर दुनिया का सबसे तेज वाईफाई सेवा उपलब्ध है। यहां इसकी स्पीड 41.45 एमबीपीएस (मेगा बाइट पर सेकेंड) है। यह जानकारी शनिवार को जारी एक नए अध्ययन में दी गई है।
यह अध्ययन स्पीड-टेस्ट वेबसाइट रोट्टेनवाईफाई डॉट कॉम ने किया है। वेबसाइट ने दुनिया भर के 130 हवाई अड्डे पर वाईफाई की गुणवत्ता और स्पीड की जांच की। अध्ययन में परिणाम दर्शाया गया है। परिणाम में बैंकाक का सुवर्णभूमि हवाई अड्डा शीर्ष स्थान पर है। वाईफाई स्पीड के शीर्ष 10 में से पांच यूरोप के, दो अमेरिका के और तीन एशिया के हवाई अड्डे हैं।
सुवर्णभूमि हवाई अड्डे पर वाईफाई की स्पीड चट्टानूगा, टेनेसी हवाई अड्डों की गति से कहीं आगे है। इन हवाई अड्डों पर वाईफाई की स्पीड 30.99 मेगाबाइट प्रति सैकेंड है। डबलिन, आयरलैंड में 19.45 एमपीबीएस, विलनियुस, लिथुआनिया में 18.04 एमपीबीएस और हेल्सिंकी में 17.46 एमबीपीएस स्पीड है। ये हवाई अड्डे पांच तीव्र वाईफाई स्पीड वालों में गिने गए हैं। एशिया के दो हवाई अड्डों में बाली का नग्रह राय अंतरराष्ट्रीय हवाई अड्डा छठे स्थान पर और ताइवान का काओहसिउंग अंतरराष्ट्रीय हवाई अड्डा सातवें स्थान पर है।

Photos from "FACT FILE"'s post 02/12/2014

Some images of glaxaies from my mobile(Google)

Timeline photos 30/11/2014

In a proud and noble tradition stretching back a whole two years, NASA yesterday did Black Hole Friday, rather than just flogging a few Apollo mini-figs for 25 percent off. We got science, we got knowledge, and of course, a bunch of jaw-dropping images of black holes. Here are the best.


Some interesting facts
# Our eyes remain the same size from birth onward, but our nose and ears never stop growing.
# The Barbie doll’s full name is Barbara Millicent Roberts.
# The Mona Lisa has no eyebrows.
# Ants never sleep!
# When the moon is directly overhead, you will weigh slightly less.
# Alexander Graham Bell, the inventor of the telephone, never called his wife or mother because they were both deaf.
# An ostrich’s eye is bigger than its brain.
# “I Am” is the shortest complete sentence in the English language.


The Bridge of Immortals, HuangShan, China


Timeline Photos


In one week, the average person will actually learn more from Google than 4 years of high school.


Did You Know?
Arfa Karim, a Pakistani student was a computer genius who in the year 2004, aged nine became the world’s youngest Microsoft Certified Professional (MCP). Bill Gates was so impressed by her that he invited her to the company’s US headquarter. A science park in Lahore, the Arfa Software Technology Park, was named after her. At a young age she represented Pakistan on various international forums. Unfortunately she died on 14th January 2012, aged sixteen from complications resulting from an epileptic stroke.



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All The Nine Roop Of Durga Ma On This Durga Puja.
Happy Durga Puja To u All.


Astronomers have discovered a giant world orbiting a star 25,000 light-years away, deep inside the Milky Way’s galactic bulge >> http://bit.ly/17Cc5jo


Must Open The Link n Read It.

Isn't nature spectacular?! Congrats to Prasad Karkera on winning the Bing Hometown Homepage Photo Contest with his shot of Niagara Falls. yourself with more spectacular shots of the Falls >> http://binged.it/1flNDYc






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The night before the burial of her husband 2nd Lt. James Cathey of the United States Marine Corps, killed in Iraq, Katherine Cathey refused to leave the casket, asking to sleep next to his body for the last time. The Marines made a bed for her, tucking in the sheets below the flag. Before she fell asleep, she opened her laptop computer and played songs that reminded her of him, and one of the Marines asked if she wanted them to continue standing watch as she slept. "I think it would be kind of nice if you kept doing it" she said. "I think that's what he would have wanted".

Not sure what is more honorable: Being married to this faithful wife to the end or the Marine standing next to the casket watching over them both.


Every day - at the same time - she waits for him. Sometimes she barks to call him. He comes; they rub and greet each other and they go for a walk. They have done this for 5 years and no, they don’t belong to the same owners.

The owners didn’t know until neighbors seeing them together so frequently commented to the cat’s owner, who then followed the dog home which was a distance away - not in a house close or next door. How it started no one knows


Ma*****na is the oldest natural, purest, and healthiest pain relief medication in the world. It's use dates back to 10 B.C.



Over 20 new and improved Microsoft apps will come as part of Windows 8.1! http://bit.ly/12bwucB

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