Deadly time vortex appears over Antarctica (via 2012 The Awakening)


The time gate , the Vortex of time over Antartica , The Gray twisted fog

Deadly time vortex appears over Antarctica Tuesday, April 12, 2011 3:18 Disturbing news has been leaking out from the giant continent at the bottom of the world. Some scientists manning lonely outposts under the drifting and shifting aurora are nearly paralyzed with fear. Their clipped reports are being reviewed by astonished superiors back in the home countries. Russian researchers posted near the giant South Pole sub-glacial Lake Vostok have reported eerie anomalies and incidents over t … Read More

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How to split a string in to array of strings in Blackberry (via Katharnavas Tech Blog)


NEW great programming skills

The following code block shows how to split a string in to array of strings in blackberry. private String[] split(String strString, String strDelimiter) { String[] strArray; int iOccurrences = 0; int iIndexOfInnerString = 0; int iIndexOfDelimiter = 0; int iCounter = 0; //Check for null input strings. if (strString == null) { throw new IllegalArgumentException("Input string cannot be null."); } //Check for nu … Read More

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Links for April 19, 2011 (via Bill Overcamp’s Blog)


wonderfyul article on HTTP Streaming , Chunked Encoding Transfer and discussions

Riding Rails: Why HTTP Streaming? By fxn Followup. Streaming is still being polished for Rails 3.1, expect another post in the future covering its practical aspects in Ruby on Rails applications. Thanks. Tony Gentilcore provided his insider's guidance into this, thank you very … Riding Rails – home – http://weblog.rubyonrails.org/Read More

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Secret Weapons Program Inside Fukushima Nuclear Plant? U.S.-Japan security treaty fatally delayed nuclear workers’ fight against meltdown (via 2012 The Awakening)


wonderful news

Secret Weapons Program Inside Fukushima Nuclear Plant? U.S.-Japan security treaty fatally delayed nuclear workers' fight against meltdown By Yoichi Shimatsu Global Research, April 12, 2011 Fourth Media (China) – 2011-04-11 Confused and often conflicting reports out of Fukushima 1 nuclear plant cannot be solely the result of tsunami-caused breakdowns, bungling or miscommunication. Inexplicable delays and half-baked explanations from Tokyo Electric Power Company (TEPCO) and the Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry (METI) seem to be driven by some unspoken factor. The smoke and mir … Read More

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Mysterious light spotted during Japan earthquake (via 2012 The Awakening)


mystery

Friday, April 8 05:54 A mysterious flashing light was captured on video over Japan as yet another earthquake hit the beleaguered country on Thursday, but what was it? The footage (link to video below) clearly shows a ball of light pulsing for around eight seconds on the horizon in Tokyo during the aftershock. It registered 7.1 on the Richter scale and struck 40 miles east of Sendai along the same fault line as last month's quake. We take a look a … Read More

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Mysterious light spotted during Japan earthquake (via 2012 The Awakening)


mystery

Friday, April 8 05:54 A mysterious flashing light was captured on video over Japan as yet another earthquake hit the beleaguered country on Thursday, but what was it? The footage (link to video below) clearly shows a ball of light pulsing for around eight seconds on the horizon in Tokyo during the aftershock. It registered 7.1 on the Richter scale and struck 40 miles east of Sendai along the same fault line as last month's quake. We take a look a … Read More

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American Immigration, or Why We Aren’t Getting Married in Nepal (via Musings from an American-Nepali Household)


wonderful insight into American nepali society

And while on tangents, here is a second one… I’ve had the question on the blog before: Are you getting married in Nepal? And yesterday’s post should make it clear that we are not. But there is a reason for that too. So as I’ve mentioned in the past, my day job (when I’m not secretly blogging during my lunch break or lulls in student appointments) is an international student advisor at a university in New England. I really love my job. I love work … Read More

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