Wednesday, April 29, 2009

Swimming to lose weight

Swimming can be considered a universal sport. Seniors, overweight people, pregnant women, people suffering from chronic back pain ... everyone, or almost everyone can swim. Buoyed by water, the body is lighter, thus facilitating the movement and relieving the joints. At the same time, resistance to water makes the muscles work harder.

Generally the fitter a person the quicker they can reach the last gear, also a fit person can exercise at a slightly higher level of effort and still burn mostly fat. An experienced swimmer has had many years to develop fitness. It means that the energy system can easily cruise at a level where muscle cells can take full advantage of fat stores for fuel. If all people had equal abilities then swimming would be ideal to lose weight, the trouble is we all have different levels of fitness.

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Monday, April 27, 2009

Tips for Natural Skin

Body and beauty care is of critical importance because it boosts self confidence, enhances presentability and promotes career prospects. For most of us the art of makeup is neccesary to hide blackheads and blemishes, while highlighting beauty spots and good features. Our site contains valuable tips for beauty conscious men and women to look and feel good. Our site also provides information on major categories of cosmetic and beauty products with emphasis on their proper use and an update on the latest products.

Tip 1: Give Yourself a Dry Brush Exfoliation

Tip 2: Rev Up Your Digestion

Tip 3: Invigorate Sluggish Circulation

Tip #4: Avoid Excess Sugar

Tip #5: Eat Some Good Fats

Look young! Feel young! Yes, if the face is the index of the mind then beauty too is more than skin deep. A healthy individual who follows a proper diet, manages stress and is critical about skin cleansing habits is bound to have a glowing complexion. And the net result is a luminous skin which defies age and the presures of a hectic lifestyle. Our site gives you all the terrific tips to retain your charm and looks.

Wednesday, April 22, 2009

Monday, April 20, 2009

Tallest Building In India

This lists ranks buildings in India that stand at least 150 m (492 ft) tall, based on standard height measurement. This includes spires and architectural details but does not include antenna masts. Only completed buildings and under construction buildings that have been topped out are included.

This sprawling complex of 200 flats is already changing the skyline of the metropolis and boasts of apartments starting with 3 bedrooms of 2,500 sq ft (230 m2) up to duplexes of 10,000 sq ft (930 m2) with private swimming pools.

Saturday, April 18, 2009

Bruce Lee

Date of Birth:27 November 1940, San Francisco, California, USA.

Date of Death:20 July 1973, Hong Kong

Awards:Golden Horse Film Festival(1972),Walk of Fame.

Alternate Names:Little Dragon Lee,Mr. Bruce Lee,Siu-Lung Lee,Yam Lee,Xiaolong Li,Lee Siu Lung,Bruce Lee Siu-Lung.

Film name:Golden Gate Girl (1941),The Birth of Mankind (1946),Fu gui fu yun (1948) ,Meng li xi shi (1949),Xi lu xiang (1950),Ren zhi Chu (1951),Fu zhi guo (1953) ,Qian wan ren jia (1953) ,Ku hai ming deng (1953) ,Ci mu lei (1953) ,Wei lou chun xiao (1953) ,Ai (1955) ,Gu er xing (1955) ,Gu xing xue lei (1955) ,Ai xia ji (1955) ,Er nu zhai (1955) ,Zao zhi dang cu wo bu jia (1956),Zha dian na fu (1956),Lei yu (1957) ,Ren hai gu hong (1960),"Batman"(3 episodes, 1966-1967),"The Green Hornet"(26 episodes, 1966-1967),"Ironside"(1 episode, 1967),"Blondie" (1 episode, 1969),"Here Come the Brides"(1 episode, 1969),Marlowe (1969),Longstreet (1971),Tang shan da xiong (1971) ,"Longstreet"(4 episodes, 1971),Jing wu men (1972),Meng long guo jiang (1972),Qi lin zhang (1973),Enter the Dragon (1973),Game of Death (1978),Si wang ta (1981).

Friday, April 17, 2009

Broiler chickens

Broiler chickens are growing fast. At this point they're eating 42 pounds of feed a day, plus grass and bugs they find in the pasture. They'll be seven weeks old tomorrow. Many people butcher at seven weeks, but we keep ours nine weeks for a nice big bird that you can get three meals out of. I think tomorrow I'll take a scale to the pasture and weigh a few.

World broiler production to increase 3.5% in 2009.

Thursday, April 16, 2009

Highest waterfall

Country: Venezuela

Height: 979 m

Location: Canaima National park

River: Gauja (Rio Gauya), tributary of Rio ChurĂșn. The last in turn is tributary of Rio Caroni.

The name - Gauja - to the river has been given by Latvian Alejandro Laime, who was the first to reach this waterfall by land. The other Gauja river is located in Latvia - in fact it is among the most beautiful rivers of Latvia. Often there is made mistake by telling that this waterfall is on Rio ChurĂșn.

Other information: At the lower part the waterfall is 150 m wide. Europeans discovered the waterfall in 1935. Waterfalls is named after James Angel - American adventurer, who had to make an emergency landing with his plane nearby in 1937.

Wednesday, April 15, 2009

New Model Home

From Washington: Take I-95 South to Exit 133B towards Warrenton (Hwy 17 North). Continue 3.1 miles to a left on Village Parkway. Follow Village Parkway through the community and turn left on Royal Crescent Way.Take I-95 North to Exit 133B towards Warrenton (Hwy 17 North). Continue 3.1 miles to a left on Village Parkway. Follow Village Parkway through the community and turn left on Royal Crescent Way.

Monday, April 13, 2009

Thursday, April 9, 2009

Wednesday, April 8, 2009

Caring For Our Country

Caring for our Country is the Government's new natural resource management program. Caring for our Country is designed as an integrated package with one clear goal, a business approach to investment, clearly articulated outcomes and priorities and improved accountability. It commenced on 1 July 2008 and will integrate delivery of the Commonwealth's existing natural resource management programs, the Natural Heritage Trust, the National Action Plan for Salinity and Water Quality, the National Landcare Program, the Environmental Stewardship Program and the Working on Country Indigenous land and environmental program.

Friday, April 3, 2009

What are Whiskers?

Tin whiskers are electrically conductive, crystalline structures of tin that sometimes grow from surfaces where tin (especially electroplated tin) is used as a final finish. Tin whiskers have been observed to grow to lengths of several millimeters (mm) and in rare instances to lengths up to 10 mm. Numerous electronic system failures have been attributed to short circuits caused by tin whiskers that bridge closely-spaced circuit elements maintained at different electrical potentials.

Tin whiskers are not a new phenomenon. Indeed, the first published reports of tin whiskers date back to the 1940s and 1950s. Tin is only one of several metals that is known to be capable of growing whiskers. Other examples of metals that may form whiskers include Zinc, Cadmium, Indium and Antimony.

People sometimes confuse the term "whiskers" with a more familiar phenomenon known as "dendrites". Therefore, it is important to note here that whiskers and dendrites are two very different phenomena. A "Whisker" generally has the shape of a very thin, single filament or hair-like protrusion that emerges outward (z-axis) from a surface. "Dendrites", on the other hand, form in fern-like or snowflake-like patterns growing along a surface (x-y plane) rather than outward from it. The growth mechanism for dendrites is well-understood and requires some type of moisture capable of dissolving the metal (e.g., tin) into a solution of metal ions which are then redistributed by electromigration in the presence of an electromagnetic field. While the precise mechanism for whisker formation remains unknown, it is known that whisker formation does NOT require either dissolution of the metal NOR the presence of electromagnetic field.