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Monday, June 26, 2006

Shopgoodwill: A Good will alternative to eBay

Folks, this place is possibly the best online auction store around. Good will industry receives a plethora of miscellaneous donations from around the nation, which they have decided to auction off at unbelivably low prices. Most of their items are used, but each item has a detailed description and they cost nearly a fraction of their original values. Visit and start shopping!

Sunday, June 25, 2006

Immaturity Level in Adults on the Rise

Much to no one's surprise, a new research shows that the level of immaturity amongst the new generation adults is rising. In my personal opinion, it is mainly because of the sub-standard programming telecasted on television today. For instance, anyone who has watched the cartoon, "Family Guy" should know it is strictly intended for an adult audience. However, the maturity level of the show is extremely poor, and in addition, it instills sex, violence and hatred through it's poor level of comedy in the minds of its viewers. The same can be said about the cartoon shows, "American Dad", and "Futurama". The following is an article published on Slashdot on the topic:

Ant writes to tell us that a Discovery News article is exploring the old adage, "like a kid at heart", which may be closer to the truth than we would like to admit. New research is showing that grown-ups are more immature than ever. From the article: "Specifically, it seems a growing number of people are retaining the behaviors and attitudes associated with youth. As a consequence, many older people simply never achieve mental adulthood, according to a leading expert on evolutionary psychiatry."


Friday, June 23, 2006

Live birth webcasts

Believe it or not, there is a website where you can view live births online, at this website:

I believe they have replays of conception as well. In addition, I believe they have webcasts of various other surgeries, operations, etc available too. It may be helpful to medical students who have yet to perform operations on human bodies, or it may serve helpful for delivering a child at home. I'm kidding.

Tuesday, June 13, 2006

Ancient Roman Port Discovered in India

The lost ruins of an ancient Roman port, called the "Muziris" have been recently discovered in the southern Indian city of Kerala.

"Archaeologists working on India's south-west coast believe they may have solved the mystery of the location of a major port which was key to trade between India and the Roman Empire - Muziris, in the modern-day state of Kerala.

For many years, people have been in search of the almost mythical port, known as Vanchi to locals.

Much-recorded in Roman times, Muziris was a major centre for trade between Rome and southern India - but appeared to have simply disappeared.

Now, however, an investigation by two archaeologists - KP Shajan and V Selvakumar - has placed the ancient port as having existed where the small town of Pattanam now stands, on India's south-west Malabar coast. [...]

Thursday, June 08, 2006

Zarqawi killed

Abu Musab Al-Zarqawi
Image Courtesy: BBC

The suspected key leader of the current Iraqi insurgency, Abu Musab Al-Zarqawi has been killed. His death has been confirmed by the US military, as well as by Al-Qaeda. For more information, click here.