Friday, January 28, 2005

Reincarnation : The average time for rebirth? 15 months, says expert

"The research team, has substantial evidences in at least 67 per cent of the samples. Most children, forget about the past by age of 10 and become normal adults. The average time between death and birth was 15 months. At least 51 per cent of the reported cases either died of accidents or were murdered."

National Institute of Mental Health and Neurosciences (NIMHANS)

Friday, January 21, 2005


I got my BMW.
I went to the Richmond BMW dealer today and took delivery of my car.
It's so sexy. YAY

'Flammable' Titan covered in liquid gas

Saturn's moon Titan is covered by "dirty" ice ridges and seas of liquid natural gas, a team of scientists said on Friday after a week of research into data from the space probe Huygens.

We need to liberate Titan's now. This is going to be the real Star Wars.

CNN Article

Thursday, January 13, 2005

EPA seeks review of Teflon ingredient

A chemical used to make the nonstick substance Teflon is being considered by the Environmental Protection Agency as a potential health risk.

CNN Article's time to buy some of our traditional 'mann satti paanai'(Clay Pots)

How do you know Times of India website has loaded in your browser?

When you have 7 annoying pop-up windows opened in your browser...then you know...Times of India website has loaded completely.

CAUTION : Click the hyperlink at your own peril.

You see...On the other hand...the good thing is...if you ever install a popup blocker and want to test if it's know which website you should go.

Remember couple of days days ago, I talked about racing with a lady in a tan Nissan Maxima? I saw her again today morning. She was in her car in front of mine. Looks like we travel at the same time. But today we did not race, I just passed her. Then later I let her go pass me so that I can read the license plate.JjBbYy 9385 (numbers alone changed).

Wednesday, January 12, 2005

This is from the website of Census Board of India.

"We also count people in India" ???

"ALSO" ???

eh...Isn't that your primary job?

Tuesday, January 11, 2005

Today morning drive was fun.
There was this lady in her Tan color Nissan Maxima, behind me, and was trying to tail-gate me. I got all pumped up and decided to give her a good time. So we started to race. haha.I think it was almost for like 10 miles. I kicked ass. Then we saw a cop's car ahead of us and both of us had to slow down a little bit. But it was fun.

Monday, January 10, 2005

My car should have arrived at New York on Friday. Hope fully within the next 20 days I should be getting it here. Iam all excited about it. My weekend was very relaxing. I just got Friends Season 8 DVDs and was watching it. Also I have started to read Dan Brown's The Da Vinci Code.

Tuesday, January 04, 2005

Hindi movie star Vivek Oberoi has adopted Devanaam Pattinam (Thevanampattinam) village in Tamil Nadu

His family has camped in the village, and he has been going to every house in the village talking to them. He says "I have come here with a group of doctors. I stayed and bought lots of medicine, stoves, utensils from Chennai. We are going to start by giving proper medical care to the people, then taking care of food, and then repair the partially damaged houses. We are going to build new houses where the old ones have been completely destroyed. I will stay here for few more days, talk to the people and see what they need and take care of them. I'm also planning to buy new fishing nets and talking to some of my friends in Mumbai. We are also considering importing modern nets from china. I haven't thought about how much it's going to cost and I am not concerned too."

Courtesy : Vikatan

Ancestral early warning systems better than modern science ?

The five aboriginal tribes inhabiting the Andaman and Nicobar Islands, our last missing link with early civilization, have emerged unscathed from the tsunamis because of their age old "warning systems".

Our ancestor's tsunami warning systems kick ass modern man's hi-tech satellite tsunami warning systems.