Friday, July 27, 2012

The World Beautiful Village But With No Roads- Unbelievable truth

The World Beautiful Village But With No Roads- Unbelievable truth

Giethoorn is a well-known tourist village in the Netherlands, dubbed the "Venice of the North". This is because of the fact that the village has no motor-able roads, and all transport is done by water over one of the many intersecting canals.

The water surrounds came from the big flood of St Elizabeth in 1170, and the village itself was founded and developed back in 1230 when Mediterranean fugitives came to settle here. The fugitives discovered many horns of wild goats which had probably died in the flood, and that is where the name comes from. Originally they called the settlement ‘Geytenhorn’ which means ‘horn of goats’, eventually becoming Giethoorn over the years.

The village owes it characteristic appearance to peatdigging. The peatdiggers dug up the peat-soil at the places that most suited them, mixed it in a trough and spread it out on the land to dry. This led to the formation of large and small lakes. To transport the peat, ditches and canals were excavated. Many houses are as it were built on little islands, reached through a high bridge. The villagers use small boats with a quiet electric motors known as whisper boats, and wooden bridges are used to connect one island with another.
The Village With No Roads

Giethoorn became famous, especially after 1958, when the Dutch film maker Bert Haanstra made his famous comedy "Fanfare" there.

Tuesday, July 24, 2012

11 Continuously Inhabited Oldest Cities in the World - World Infozone

11 Continuously Inhabited Oldest Cities in the World - World Infozone

Cities that have stood the test of time have more than just the scars of history; they show the influence — positive and negative — of human civilization. The oldest cities in the world boast beautiful architecture and amazing stories, yet remarkably few ancient cities stand today. There is some disagreement about the historical record, so we've added a few cities to this list because of the area's religious or cultural significance. Here's our list of the 12 oldest continuously inhabited 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.

01. Jericho, Israel
Continuously Inhabited Since: 9000 BC

Jericho is a city located near the Jordan River in the West Bank of the Palestinian territories, capital of the Jericho Governorate and with a modest population of around 20,000. Situated well below sea level Jericho is believed to be the oldest continuously inhabited city in the world.
Described in the Old Testament as the "City of Palm Trees", copious springs in and around Jericho have made it an attractive site for human habitation for thousands of years. Archaeologists have unearthed the remains of more than 20 successive settlements in Jericho, the first of which dates back 11,000 years (9000 BCE), almost to the very beginning of the Holocene epoch of the Earth's history.

During the Younger Dryas period of cold and drought, permanent habitation of any one location was not possible. However, the spring at what would become Jericho was a popular camping ground for hunter-gatherer groups, who left a scattering stone tools behind them. Around 9600 BCE the droughts and cold of the Younger Dryas Stadial had come to an end, making it possible for groups to extend the duration of their stay, eventually leading to year round habitation and permanent settlement. By about 9400 BCE Jericho had more than 70 dwellings, and was home to over 1000 people. 10 more cities after the break...

02. Damascus, Syria
Continuously Inhabited Since: 6300 BC

Damascus is the capital and the second largest city of Syria. In addition to being one of the oldest continuously inhabited cities in the world, Damascus is a major cultural and religious center of the Levant.

Damascus is often claimed to be the oldest continuously inhabited city in the world, and evidence exists of a settlement in the wider Barada basin dating back to 9000 BC. However within the area of Damascus there is no evidence for large-scale settlement until the second millennium BC. Carbon-14 dating at Tell Ramad, on the outskirts of Damascus, suggests that the site may have been occupied since the second half of the seventh millennium BC, possibly around 6300 BC.

03. Byblos, Lebanon
Continuously Inhabited Since: 5000 BC 

Byblos is a Mediterranean city in the Mount Lebanon Governorate of present-day Lebanon. It is believed to have been founded around 5000 BC, and according to fragments attributed to the semi-legendary pre-Trojan war Phoenician historian Sanchuniathon, it was built by Cronus as the first city in Phoenicia.
Byblos is located on the Mediterranean coast of present-day Lebanon, about 26 miles (42 kilometers) north of Beirut. It is attractive to archaeologists because of the successive layers of debris resulting from centuries of human habitation. The first settlement appeared approximately 6230 BC. During the 3rd millennium BC, the first signs of a town can be observed, with the remains of well-built houses of uniform size.

04. Aleppo, Syria
Continuously Inhabited Since: 5000 BC

Aleppo is the largest city in Syria and the capital of Aleppo Governorate, the most populous Syrian governorate. Aleppo has scarcely been touched by archaeologists, since the modern city occupies its ancient site. Therefore, it’s hard to put a precise date on how old the city is it. Excavations at Tell as-Sawda and Tell al-Ansari, just south of the old city of Aleppo, show that the area was occupied from around 5000 BC.
The city’s continuous inhabitation is due to its strategic trading position that attracted settlers of all races and beliefs who wished to take advantage of the commercial roads that met in Aleppo from as far as China and Mesopotamia to the east, Europe to the west, and the Fertile Crescent and Egypt to the south. Today, with an official population of 2,132,100 (2004 census), it is one of the largest cities in the Levant.

05. Athens, Greece
Continuously Inhabited Since: 5000 BC

Athens is the capital and largest city of Greece. Athens dominates the Attica region and is one of the world's oldest cities, as its recorded history spans around 3,400 years. Classical Athens was a powerful city-state - a centre for the arts, learning and philosophy, home of Plato's Academy and Aristotle's Lyceum. It is widely referred to as the cradle of Western civilization and the birthplace of democracy, largely due to the impact of its cultural and political achievements during the 5th and 4th centuries BC on the rest of the then known European continent.
The oldest known human presence in Athens is the Cave of Schist, which has been dated to between the 11th and 7th millennium BC. Athens has been continuously inhabited for at least 7000 years. During the early Middle Ages, the city experienced a decline, then recovered under the later Byzantine Empire and was relatively prosperous during the period of the Crusades (12th and 13th centuries), benefiting from Italian trade. Following a period of sharp decline under the rule of the Ottoman Empire, Athens re-emerged in the 19th century as the capital of the independent Greek state.

06. Argos, Greece
Continuously Inhabited Since: 5000 BC

Argos is a city and a former municipality in Argolis, Peloponnese, Greece. Argos has been continuously inhabited for the past 7,000 years, making it one of the oldest cities in Greece and Europe. At a strategic location on the fertile plain of Argolis, Argos was a major stronghold during the Mycenaean era. In classical times Argos was a powerful rival of Sparta for dominance over the Peloponnese, but was eventually shunned by other Greek city-states after remaining neutral during the Greco-Persian Wars. Numerous ancient monuments can be found in the city today, the most famous of which is the renowned Heraion of Argos, though agriculture (particularly citrus production) is the mainstay of the local economy.

07. Faiyum, Egypt
Continuously Inhabited Since: 4000 BC

Faiyum is a city in Middle Egypt, located 130 km southwest of Cairo. Founded in around 4000 B.C., it is the oldest city in Egypt and one of the oldest cities in Africa.

The town occupies part of the ancient site of Crocodilopolis, the most significant center for the cult of Sobek, the crocodile-god. The city worshipped a sacred crocodile, named Petsuchos, that was embellished with gold and gems. The crocodile lived in a special temple, with sand, a pond and food. When the Petsuchos died, it was replaced by another.

After the city passed into the hands of the Ptolemies, the city was renamed Ptolemais Euergetis. The city was renamed Arsinoe by Ptolemy Philadelphus to honor Arsinoe II of Egypt, his sister and wife, during the 3rd century BCE.

08. Sidon, Lebanon
Continuously Inhabited Since: 4000 BC
Sidon is the third-largest city in Lebanon, located about 40 km north of Tyre and 40 km south of the capital Beirut. There is evidence that Sidon was inhabited from as long ago as 4000 BC, and perhaps, as early as Neolithic times (6000 - 4000 BC).

Sidon is now third-largest city in Lebanon with a busy port called Saydah. For the reason that it is still occupied, archaeological research of the city is very difficult, so its history is pieced together from what records remain, plus what digs can be carried out during any rebuilding or construction projects.

09. Plovdiv, Bulgaria
Continuously Inhabited Since: 3000 BC ~ 4000 BC

Plovdiv is the second-largest city in Bulgaria. Plovdiv's history spans 6,000 years, with traces of a Neolithic settlement dating to roughly 4000 BC, ranking it among the world's oldest cities. Archaeologists have discovered fine pottery and other objects of everyday life from as early as the Neolithic Age, showing that in the end of the 4th millennium BC. there already was an established settlement there.
Plovdiv was originally a Tracian settlement before becoming a major Roman city. It later fell into Byzantine and Ottoman hands, before becoming part of Bulgaria. The city is a major cultural centre and boasts many ancient remains, including a Roman amphitheatre and aqueduct, and Ottoman baths.

10. Gaziantep, Turkey
Continuously Inhabited Since: 3650 BC

Gaziantep is a city in southeast Turkey located 185 kilometers northeast of Adana and 127 kilometers by road north of Aleppo, Syria. It is the sixth most populous city in Turkey.

Dating back to the 4th millennium BCE, Gaziantep has traces of Hittite settlement that continued till about 1183 when it was conquered by Turkish tribes. Till then it was predominantly a Syrian town named `Hamtap`. The Ottoman Empire invaded the place in the early 16th century and named it `Ayintab` meaning `good spring`. The rule continued for three centuries uninterrupted until 1919 when it was occupied by the British, which was followed by a French control in 1920. In 1922 however the Turks won back their land from the French troops and the prefix `Gazi` was added meaning `warrior of Islam` and hence the name Gaziantep.

11. Delhi, India
Continuously Inhabited Since: 3500 BC

Delhi is the largest city and the second most populous metropolis in India, and 8th most populous metropolis in the world. The Indian capital city of Delhi has a long history, including a history as the capital of several empires.

Delhi is known to have been continuously inhabited since at least the 6th century BC, though human habitation is believed to have existed since several millennia BC. Delhi is generally considered close to a 5000-year old city as per the ancient Indian text “The Mahabharata”. Delhi is widely believed to have been the site of Indraprastha, the legendary capital of the Pandavas during the times of the Mahabharata, founded around 3500 BC.
But archeological evidence to support the claim is scarce and inconclusive. The excavated ceramic pottery and the excavated layers of the ancient city seem to match what the verses of the Mahabharata indicate. More possible evidence in its favour is the existence of a village named Indraprastha very close to the Purana Qila that was destroyed by the British during the construction of Lutyens' Delhi.
Delhi was built, destroyed and rebuilt several times, particularly during the Medieval era, as outsiders who successfully invaded the Indian Subcontinent would ransack the existing capital city in Delhi, and those who came to conquer and stay would be so impressed by the city's strategic location as to make it their capital and rebuild it in their own way.
Whatever records exist of Delhi, they crown the city as the Capital city of some empire or the other all through, with minor random breaks in between, making Delhi one of the longest serving Capitals and one of the oldest inhabited cities in the world.

Article Information Sources Wikipedia list

Thursday, July 19, 2012

15 Brilliant and Most Effective Uses for Toothpaste

15 Brilliant and Most Effective Uses for Toothpaste

Toothpaste: it whitens, brightens, deodorizes, removes stains, and restores and protects enamel. But toothpaste's cleaning capabilities work wonders on many things besides our teeth. The same ingredients that help polish our pearly whites can also soothe some common ailments, make household items sparkle, and even get rid of stains and pungent smells. Try out these fifteen tricks with a white, non-gel toothpaste (unless otherwise noted), and watch that cavity-fighting, breath-freshening tube of wonder work its magic.

01. Relieve irritation from bug bites, sores, and blisters: These skin irritations all tend to weep and, in the case of bug bites, often itch. Apply a drop of toothpaste to a bug bite or insect sting to stop the itching and decrease any swelling. When applied to sores or blisters, it dries them up, thus allowing the wound to heal faster. It's best when used overnight. 14 more after the break...

02. Soothe a stinging burn: For minor burns that donot involve an open wound, toothpaste can deliver temporary cooling relief. Apply it delicately to the affected area immediately after a burn develops; it temporarily relieves the sting and prevents the wound from weeping or opening.

03. Decrease the size of a facial blemish: Want to speed up the healing of a zit? Apply a tiny dot of toothpaste to the affected area at night before bed. Wash it off in the morning.

04. Clean up your fingernails: Our teeth are made of enamel, and toothpaste is good for them, so it stands to reason that toothpaste would also be good for our fingernails. For cleaner, shinier, and stronger nails, simply scrub the underneath and tops of fingernails with a toothbrush and toothpaste.

05. Keep hair in place: Gel toothpastes contain the same water-soluble polymers that many hair gels are made of. If you are looking to style and hold an extreme hair creation, try gel toothpaste as your go-to product if you are out of regular hair gel. (This is also a great trick for making baby barrettes stay in place.)

06. Scrub away stinky smells: Garlic, fish, onion, and other pungent foods can permeate the skin cells on our hands. Scrubbing hands and fingertips briefly with toothpaste removes all traces of smelly odors.

07. Remove stains: Toothpaste can make tough stains on both clothing and carpets disappear. For clothes, apply toothpaste directly to the stain and rub briskly until the spot is gone, then wash as usual. (Note that using a whitening toothpaste on colors can sometimes bleach the fabric.) For carpet stains, apply toothpaste to the stain and scrub it with an abrasive brush, then rinse immediately.

08. Spruce up dirty shoes: This tactic works great on running shoes or scuffed-up leather shoes. As with carpet stains, apply toothpaste directly to the dirty or scuffed area, then scrub with a brush and wipe clean.

09. Spruce up dirty shoes: This tactic works great on running shoes or scuffed-up leather shoes. As with carpet stains, apply toothpaste directly to the dirty or scuffed area, then scrub with a brush and wipe clean

10. Make silver jewelry and other silver pieces sparkle: Rub toothpaste onto jewelry and leave overnight. Wipe clean with a soft cloth in the morning. Make diamonds shine by giving them a gentle scrub using a toothbrush, toothpaste, and a little water. Rinse thoroughly to remove all traces of toothpaste. Do not use this method on pearls, as it will damage their finish.

11.. Remove scratches on DVDs and CDs. This remedy has been used with mixed success rates, but it seems to work fairly well on shallow scratches and smudges. Apply a thin coating of toothpaste to the disc and rub gently, then rinse clean.

12.. Tidy up piano keys before tickling them: Piano keys retain oil from the skin, which then attracts dust and dirt. Clean away grime gently with a damp, lint-free cloth and toothpaste; after rubbing in the toothpaste, wipe the keys clean with a second lint-free cloth.

13. Deodorize baby bottles: If baby bottles develop a sour-milk smell, a good cleaning with some toothpaste and a bottle scrubber will clean away residue and deodorize. Always make sure to rinse well.

14. Remove the burned crust on irons: For those of you who still use an iron, you may find that after time, the plate of the iron develops a burned crust. The silica in toothpaste gently grinds away this rusty-looking layer.

15. Defog goggles: Scuba divers, swimmers, and triathletes may already know about this handy little trick: Rub a small spot of toothpaste into each lens of your goggles, then rinse thoroughly, and voila! There'll be no need to ever buy expensive defogger gels again. Avoid rubbing too vigorously, though, as the abrasive ingredients in toothpaste could scratch the lenses.
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Monday, July 16, 2012

20 Basic Reasons NOT to Work in Large Companies - Proves with Examples

20 Basic Reasons NOT to Work in Large Companies - Proves with Examples

Large corporations only one type of professionals - professionals working in large corporations.

The text below is made on the basis of the views of several people who worked for a long time in the office, and exchanged the comfort of open-space and free coffee in the business and a balanced life. More after the break...

You never get a satisfying career you

It is worth considering how many layers of bosses is over you to understand that you take too much effort to overcome the internal resistance of the company. Playing - get out, work - hardly.

The initiative is punishable

To push the simplest change, which seems nonsense - for example, changing the letters in the layout or correction of the creative process - you have to spend enormous power. Most of all, when you win in your business, you will not get any satisfaction.

You will not be able to express their views publicly

If you are an expert in online advertising, or just know who is who in the market, and you have a big corporation, you are there at the time of shut up. You can not say that your product is bad - unethical in relation to his colleagues that the product is a poor competitor - is unethical in relation to competitors, generally can not comment on anything - it is better to keep silent, and then just offend someone. All colleagues are very valuable.

Team! Team! Team!

Team spirit and synergy, in unison, one and all, but together we can ... This you have heard plenty of very many. In the command responsibility you learn to hide their incompetence or inexperience. The most miserable project will grow into a working group with the group the same liability for which the offender could not be found, and rewards those who get anyhow.

You lose your emotions

The offices are not made to envy and enjoy. That is, all that is within you will gradually died down, but you will no longer show it all on his face. Boredom - this is your new mask.

You will learn to truly rejoice in the victories, which do not have any relation

You'll say "Well done guys designers! To give, "" Cool WE project. " You know that you are not in the business, but you're welcome. Your projects will run less and less, and enjoy something you need. Let the stone face of an office worker.

You have forgotten how to talk back and get used to the pace of working, which is adopted in the company

A month ago, you were annoyed that the treaty agree on a month, and offer some trains per week. You'll be in the same stop and sincerely understand the real course of things.

You will learn not to listen to people who say to you

Most experienced office staff as soon as they begin to talk, bristling with a smartphone or laptop. You will learn how to constantly check the mail and believe that you are very busy and you are VERY much depends.

You will learn to spend most of their time in useless talks

"- Let's go to peregovorku! - Who to take? - Yes, take it all! "Yes, you will collect a mini-audience extras, which will check your mail while you're talking about anything as long as the next portion of the skilled office workers do not throw you to do the same.

You will have no problems with delays

You'll be late everywhere - on internal meetings at the checkpoint where the waiting partners or contractors, on-site meeting. And you will have no problem with it - forgot met a colleague in the corridor, traffic jams - you believe that all this is the normal reason for delay.

You will become a caffeine-addicted and love the toilets

Coffee morning coffee before poludnikom coffee before lunch, afternoon coffee, coffee and 5 o'clock tea, coffee before going home. If you smoke, then add as many times as coffee, how many times you smoke. Toilets save when drinking coffee just did not want to. If there is a smoking room, it means there will be a headquarters, peregovorka, meeting room.

You will spend 12-14 hours on the job

But you are working or not going at all, or squeeze out a 2-3 hours of power. You will learn how to convince yourself that you are doing the right job that you are overwhelmed by all this notice. While secretly know everything that surrounded idlers and therefore behave the same way. The main thing is not to cause suspicion that you have something else in his life and work - just a means to achieve.

Increase in wages

Work you less productive. You, as the moss will acquire unnecessary tasks and meetings, but you will always feel that you deserve better and improve patches - for you it is taken for granted the event.

Do you diagnose symptoms of office workers

You will begin to increasingly ill colds. You quickly explain what it's all air conditioned and do not need to worry - do not disappear as insurance. You'll get sick a lot and enjoy it.

You will be overweight and ugly body

Again, there will be ready to explain - stress, a sedentary lifestyle. But that's because your body and brain will not do the work requires a lot of calories, you'll be a coffee-points haul napakovannye pechenyushkoy sugar, which will be 10 times a day, drink coffee with sugar. At lunch you will eat tasteless lunches that are prepared from the balance at the kitchen yesterday. This food is cooked without love, but because it is not useful.

You'll adore Friday

For the private entrepreneur Friday - it's terrible, the business ceases to operate for 2 days. For the office of a professional - this is the best day of the week - beer, singing and dancing are only possible on this day.

Yet you'll love corporate parties

Subject is not important. You absorb alcohol and food for a pittance, but it will be able to believe what you've done something special. You get used to the shame, and over the years, the Corporation and will know more about fellow filth than their spouses. And you will like it. About the same can be gossip.

You will lose the spirit of startapersky

All these weird people that make the products are not as important as you will cause contempt. And you'll always know that in a startup you will succeed the first time, just you do not need. You are different, different, successful ... already.

You gain credits

At the beginning of the work you want auto, like his colleagues. You buy it on credit, being piously convinced that "Well, an apartment for 30 years, I do not take it." A few years later the system the appearance of money on a plastic card your sense of self-blunted, and you will fit into such debts, which seemed impossible to you yesterday

بڑی کمپنیوں میں 20 بنیادی کام نہیں اسباب - مثالوں سے ثابت ہوتا ہے

بڑے اداروں میں کام کرنے والے پیشہ ور ماہرین - پیشہ ور افراد کی بڑی کارپوریشنز صرف ایک قسم.

مندرجہ ذیل متن جنہوں نے دفتر میں ایک طویل وقت کے لئے کام کیا ہے، اور کاروبار میں کھلی جگہ اور آزاد کافی کا سکون اور ایک متوازن زندگی کا تبادلہ کئی لوگوں کے خیالات کی بنیاد پر بنایا گیا ہے. وقفے کے بعد میں مزید ...

آپ کو ایک اچھا کیریئر کبھی نہیں ملے تم

یہ غور تم پر کس طرح بہت سے مالکان کی تہوں سمجھتے ہیں کہ آپ کو کمپنی کی اندرونی مزاحمت پر قابو پانے کے لئے بہت زیادہ کوشش کے قابل ہے. کھیلنے - باہر نکلو، کام - بمشکل ہی.

پہل سزا ہے

مثال کے طور پر، تخلیقی عمل کی ترتیب یا اصلاح میں خط میں تبدیلی - - آپ کو بہت زیادہ طاقت خرچ کرنے کے لئے آسان ترین تبدیلی ہے، جس قسم کی معمولی ہدایات لگتا ہے دھکا کرنے کے لئے. سب سے زیادہ ہے، جب آپ کو آپ کے کاروبار میں جیت، آپ کو کسی بھی اطمینان نہیں ملے گا.

آپ کو عوامی سطح پر اپنے خیالات کا اظہار نہیں کر سکیں گے

اگر آپ آن لائن تشہیر میں ایک ماہر ہیں، یا صرف اتنا معلوم ہے جو مارکیٹ میں جو ہے، اور آپ کو ایک بہت بڑی کارپوریشن ہے، تم چپ رہو وقت وہاں ہیں. آپ کو نہیں کہہ سکتا کہ آپ کی مصنوعات خراب ہے - ان کے ساتھیوں کو جو رشتہ مصنوعات ایک غریب مدمقابل ہے میں غیر اخلاقی ہے - غیر اخلاقی ہے حریف کرنے کے سلسلے میں کچھ پر، عام طور پر تبصرہ نہیں کر سکتا - یہ خاموش رکھنے کے لئے بہتر ہے، اور پھر صرف کسی کی توہین ہے. تمام ساتھیوں کو بہت قیمتی ہیں.

ٹیم! ٹیم! ٹیم!

ٹیم اہنگی کے جذبات اور مطابقت،، ایک اور تمام، لیکن ایک دوسرے کے ساتھ ہم ایسا کر سکتے ہیں ... یہ آپ کو بہت بہت سنا ہے. کمانڈ کی ذمہ داری میں آپ کو ان کی نااہلی یا تخبوہیتا کو چھپانے کے لئے سیکھتے ہیں. سب سے زیادہ دکھی منصوبے اسی ذمہ داری ہے جس کے لیے مجرم کو نہیں مل سکا، اور انعامات وہ لوگ جو کسی بھی طرح حاصل گروپ کے ساتھ ایک ورکنگ گروپ میں اضافہ ہو گا.

آپ اپنے جذبات کو کھو دیتے ہیں

دفاتر نے واضح ہونے پر رشک اتا ہے اور لطف اندوز کرنے کے لئے نہیں کر رہے ہیں. کہ ہے، سب اس کے اندر اندر آپ کو نیچے آہستہ آہستہ مر گیا ہے، لیکن آپ نے یہ سب ان کے چہرے پر نہیں دکھایا جائے گا. بوریت - یہ اپنے نئے ماسک ہے.

آپ واقعی جیت میں آنندیت سیکھ جائے گا، جو کوئی بھی رشتہ نہیں ہے

آپ کہیں گے "بہت اچھا دوستوں کے ڈیزائنرز کے لئے دو!" "ہم نے اس منصوبے ہو جاؤ" تم جانتے ہو کہ آپ کے کاروبار میں نہیں ہیں، لیکن آپ کا استقبال ہے. اپنے منصوبوں کو کم سے کم چلاتے ہیں، اور کچھ کی آپ کو ضرورت سے لطف اندوز گا. ایک دفتر کے کارکن کا پتھر چہرے دو.

تم بھول گئے واپس کس طرح بات کرنے اور کام کرنے کی رفتار کے لئے استعمال کیا ہو، جس کمپنی میں اپنایا جاتا ہے

ایک ماہ قبل، آپ ناراض ہے کہ معاہدے کو ایک مہینے پر اتفاق کر رہے تھے، اور فی ہفتہ کچھ ٹرینوں پیش کرتے ہیں. اسی سٹاپ میں تم ہو اور صدق دل کے ساتھ چیزوں کی حقیقی کورس سمجھ کر دیں گے.

آپ لوگوں کو جنہوں نے آپ کے لئے کہتے ہیں کہ سننے کے لئے نہیں سیکھ جائے گی

سب سے زیادہ تجربہ کار آفس جیسے ہی انہوں نے ایک smartphone یا لیپ ٹاپ کے ساتھ bristling سے بات شروع عملے. آپ کے بارے میں جاننے کے مسلسل ای میل کو چیک کریں اور یقین ہے کہ آپ بہت مصروف ہیں اور آپ بہت زیادہ انحصار کرتا ہے ہو جائے گا.

آپ بیکار بات چیت میں ان کے وقت کی سب سے زیادہ خرچ کرنے سیکھ جائے گی

"- چلو peregovorku کرنے کے لئے جانا - کون لے -؟! جی ہاں، یہ سب لے" جی ہاں، تم نے ایک منی ناظرین کے اوپر، جمع کرے گا جس میں آپ کے میل چیک کریں جبکہ آپ کے اگلے حصے کے طور پر جب تک کسی چیز کے بارے میں بات کر رہے ہو گا ہنر مند کے دفتر کے کارکنوں نے تمہیں باہر پھینک نہیں بھی ایسا ہی کرنے ہیں.

تم نے تاخیر کے ساتھ کوئی مسئلہ نہیں پڑے گا

تم ہر جگہ دیر ہو جائے گی - چوکی پر اندرونی اجلاسوں پر انتظار کر رہے ہیں جہاں کے پارٹنرز یا ٹھیکیداروں، سائٹ کے اجلاس پر. اور تم اس کے ساتھ کوئی مسئلہ نہیں ہو گا - بھول گئے کوریڈور، ٹریفک جام میں ایک ساتھی سے ملاقات کی - آپ کو یقین ہے کہ تمام اس تاخیر کے لئے عام وجہ ہے.

آپ کو ایک کیفین کا عادی بن گئے ہیں اور بیت الخلا سے محبت کرے گا

کافی صبح کافی poludnikom کافی سے پہلے سے پہلے دوپہر کے کھانے، دوپہر، کافی، کافی اور 5 بجے چائے، گھر جانے سے پہلے کافی ہے. اگر آپ تمباکو نوشی کرتے ہیں کافی کے طور پر کئی بار کے طور پر تو شامل کرتے ہیں، کتنی بار تم سگریٹ نوشی کرتے ہیں. بیت الخلا کو بچانے جب پینے کافی نہیں چاہتا تھا. اگر تمباکو نوشی کا کمرہ ہے، اس کا مطلب یہ ہے کہ وہاں ایک ہیڈکوارٹر ہے، peregovorka ہو، کمرے سے ملاقات کریں گے.

آپ کو کام پر 12-14 گھنٹے خرچ کرے گا

لیکن آپ کام یا بالکل نہیں کر رہے ہیں، یا باہر اقتدار کے 2-3 گھنٹوں کے نچوڑنا. تم سیکھ اپنے آپ کو کس طرح قائل ہے کہ آپ صحیح کام ہے کہ آپ سب کی یہ نوٹس چھا رہے ہیں کیا کر رہے ہو جائے گا. جبکہ خفیہ سب کچھ کہ گھرا idlers اور اس وجہ سے اسی طرح برتاؤ معلوم ہے. صرف ایک کو حاصل کرنے کا مطلب ہے - اہم بات یہ شک ہے کہ آپ اپنی زندگی اور کام میں کچھ اور ہے پیدا کرنے کے لئے نہیں ہے.

اجرت میں اضافہ

آپ کو کم پیداواری کام کرتے ہیں. تم کائی کے طور پر غیر ضروری کاموں اور ملاقاتوں حاصل ہے، لیکن آپ ہمیشہ محسوس ہو گا کہ آپ بہتر کے مستحق ہیں اور پیچ کو بہتر بنانے ہوں گے - آپ کے لئے اس کے لئے ایونٹ عطا لیا جاتا ہے.

کیا آپ کے دفتر کے کارکنوں کی علامات کی تشخیص

تم تیزی بیمار سردی شروع ہو جائیں گے. تم جلدی سے وضاحت یہ کیا ہے تمام واتانکولیت اور فکر کرنے کی کوئی ضرورت نہیں - انشورنس کے طور پر غائب نہیں کرتے. تم بیمار بہت ملے اور اس سے لطف اندوز ہوں.

آپ کو معمول سے زیادہ وزن اور بدسورت جسم کے ہو گا

پھر، اس کی وضاحت کرنے کے لئے تیار ہو جائے گا - کشیدگی، ایک گتہین طرز زندگی. لیکن اس کا ہے کہ آپ کے جسم اور دماغ کی وجہ سے ایسا نہیں کر کام میں کیلوری کی ایک بہت ضروری ہے، آپ کو کافی پوائنٹس فاصلے napakovannye pechenyushkoy چینی، جس میں 10 مرتبہ ایک دن، پینے کافی چینی کے ساتھ ہو جائے گا ہو جائے گا. دوپہر کے کھانے پر آپ بیسواد lunches ہے کہ باورچی خانے میں کے توازن کل سے تیار ہیں کھا جائیں گے. یہ کھانے کی محبت کے بغیر پکایا جاتا ہے، لیکن کیونکہ یہ فائدہ مند نہیں ہے.

تم جمعہ کی پوجا کریں گے

نجی کاروباری جمعہ کے لئے - کاروباری یہ خوفناک ہے، 2 دنوں کے لئے کام کرنے کے لئے رہتا ہے. اس ہفتے کی سب سے بہترین دن ہے - - ایک پیشہ ور کے دفتر سے صرف بیئر، گانے اور رقص کے اس دن پر ممکن ہیں.

ابھی تک آپ کو کارپوریٹ جماعتوں کو پسند آئے گا

موضوع ضروری نہیں ہے. تم شراب کے لئے کھانا اور ایک pittance جذب، لیکن یہ یقین کیا آپ نے کچھ خاص کیا ہے میں کامیاب ہو جائے گا. تمہیں حاصل شرم کی بات کرنے کے لئے استعمال کیا جاتا ہے اور گزشتہ سالوں کے دوران کارپوریٹ اور ان کے اہل خانہ سے ساتھی گندگی کے بارے میں مزید پتہ چلے گا. اور آپ کو یہ پسند کرے گا. اسی بارے میں چیٹ ہو سکتا ہے.

آپ startapersky کی روح ختم ہو جائے گی

ان تمام عجیب لوگ ہیں کہ مصنوعات بنانے کے نہیں ہیں کے طور پر اہم ہے جیسا کہ آپ توہین کا سبب بن جائے گا. اور تم ہمیشہ ہے کہ آپ کو ایک ابتدائیہ میں پہلی بار کامیاب، صرف آپ کی ضرورت نہیں جائے گا پتہ چل جائے گا. آپ مختلف، مختلف، کامیاب ہوتے ہیں ... پہلے ہی.

آپ کریڈٹ حاصل

کام کے آغاز میں آپ کو آٹو ان کے ساتھیوں کی طرح چاہتے ہیں،. تم نے یہ کریڈٹ پر خریدتے ہیں، کیا جا رہا ہے piously یقین ہے کہ "30 سال کے لئے ایک اپارٹمنٹ، میں اسے لے لو نہیں ہے." چند سال بعد ایک پلاسٹک کارڈ آپ خود blunted احساس پر نظام پیسے کی ظاہری شکل، اور آپ اس طرح کے قرض میں فٹ کیا جائے گا، جس سے آپ کل ناممکن لگ رہا تھا

Wednesday, July 4, 2012

Top10 interesting facts - About the Moon Complete information - Latest News and Information About Moon

Top10 interesting facts - About the Moon Complete information -  Latest News and Information About Moon 

The Moon Picture by NASA

Think you know everything there is to know about the Moon?
Think again! 
Here are top10 interesting facts about the Moon. 
Some you might already know, and some will be totally new to you. Enjoy Reading!
Latest News and Information About MoonNASA has been given the mission to return humans to the Moon, and set up a permanent research station. At the time of this writing, astronauts are expected to set foot on the surface of the Moon again in 2019 

10. The Moon formed out of the Earth

Scientists now think that the Moon was formed when a Mars-sized object crashed into our planet about 4.5 billion years ago. The collision was so large that a huge spray of material was ejected into space. The orbiting ring of debris gathered itself into a sphere, and formed the Moon. How do we know that this is how the Moon probably formed? The Moon seems to be much less dense than the Earth and lacks a lot of iron in its core. Scientists think that the Moon is made up of the upper crust material, which has mostly lower density, than the composition of the Earth. 09 more after the break...

09. The Moon only shows one face to the Earth

Although the Moon used to rotate in the sky compared to our point of view, it has been slowing down billions of years. And at some point in the distant past it just stopped turning from our perspective. The Earth’s gravity holds the Moon in orbit, but it pulls differently at various parts of the Moon. Over a long period, gravity slowed down the Moon’s rotation so that it finally stopped, and always displayed one face to the Earth. A similar situation has happened with most of the large moons in the Solar System. In fact, in the case of Pluto and Charon, but objects are tidally locked to each other, so they present only one face to the other.

08. The Moon is slowly drifting away

Although the orbit of the Moon seems nice and stable, our only natural satellite is actually drifting away from us at a rate of 4 centimeters a year. This is happening because of the conservation of momentum in the orbit of the Earth. In about 50 billion years from now, the Moon will stop moving away from us. It will settle into a stable orbit, taking about 47 days to go around the Earth (it takes 27.3 days today). At that point, the Earth and the Moon will be tidally locked to each other. It will look like the Moon is always in the same spot in the sky. Of course, the Sun is expected to consume the Earth in about 5 billion years, so this event may not happen.

07. The Moon looks the same size as the Sun

This is an amazing coincidence. From our perspective here on Earth, but the Moon and the Sun look approximately the same size in the sky. Of course, the Sun is much much bigger than the Moon. The Sun happens to be 400 times larger than the Moon, but it’s also 400 times further away. This wasn’t always the case. Billions of years ago, the Moon was much closer than the Sun, and would have looked larger in the sky. And the Moon is moving away from us, so in the distant future, the Moon will look much smaller than the Sun.

06. The Moon causes most of the tides… but not all

You might know that the tides on Earth are caused by the gravitational pull of the Moon. But it’s not the only thing pulling at the Earth’s water, the Sun is helping out too. This is why we get very high and low tides from time to time. When the gravity of the Moon and the Sun line up, we get the biggest and smallest tides. Did you know that the Moon is also pulling at the crust of the Earth causing it to bulge up? You actually move a few meters every time the Moon is overhead, but you just don’t notice.

05. Gravity on the Moon is only 17% of the Earth

Want an easy way to lose some weight? Take a trip to the Moon and stand on its surface. Since the pull of gravity on the Moon is only 17% the pull of gravity on the Earth, you’ll feel much lighter. Just imagine, if you weighed 100 kg on the Earth, you would feel like you only weighed 17 kg on Earth. You would be able to jump 6 times further and carry objects 6 times as heavy. In fact, you had wings attached to your arms, you could even fly around inside a dome on the Moon under just your own muscle power.

04. The official name for the Moon is… the Moon

I know it’s kind of confusing, but the only real name for the Earth’s Moon[ is “the Moon”. When the Moon was given its name, astronomers didn’t know that there were moons orbiting other planets. And so they just called it the Moon. Now that we know there are other moons, it all comes down to the capitalization. The Earth’s moon is referred as “the Moon”, with a capital “M”. Other moons are given a lowercase “m” to show the difference.

03. The Moon is the 5th largest natural satellite in the Solar System

You might think that the Moon is the largest satellite in the Solar System. I mean look at it, it’s huge! But there are actually larger moons in the Solar System. The largest moon is Jupiter’s Ganymede (5,262 km), followed by Saturn’s Titan, Jupiter’s Callisto, Jupiter’s Io, and finally, the Earth’s Moon with a mean diameter of 3475 km.

02. Only 12 people have ever stepped onto the surface of the Moon

Only a tiny group of astronauts have ever set foot on the surface of the Moon. These were the astronauts on board the Apollo missions going from 1969 to 1972. The first person to ever walk on the Moon was Neil Armstrong. And the last person on the Moon was Gene Cernan, who followed his partner Jack Schmitt into the lunar lander on December 14, 1972.

01. And we’re going back to the Moon

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