Monday, 31 May 2010

Freedom Flotilla

Israel attacked this dawn the ships of solidarity with Gaza, The flotilla of Freedom. At least 18 peaceful passengers, traveling for solidarity with the assigned population of Gaza, are reported dead. 9 of the victims are Turkish, the rest are from different worldwide nationalities. Probably including US and French citizens belonging to humanitarian organizations.
After the attack, the Israeli army began to withdraw the ships to Israel.

racism, antisemitism, sexism, intolerance, treason and freedom of speech

When u attack Black people, they call it racism. When u attack Jewish people, they call it antisemitism. When u attack women, they call it sexism. When u attack homosexuality, they call it intolerance. When u attack your Country, they call it treason. When u attack a religious sect they call it hate. But when they attack…the Prophet Mohammed they call it freedom of speech!

Monday, 24 May 2010

Until the last grain of sand falls - be human!

An hourglass (sandglass, sand timer, sand clock, egg timer) measures the passage of a few minutes or an hour of time. It has two connected vertical glass bulbs allowing a regulated trickle of material from the top to the bottom. Once the top bulb is empty, it can be inverted to begin timing again.

Our life is like an hourglass. Until the last grain of sand falls, a little part of our life is going away. As It's mentioned above, an hourglass can be inverted to begin the timing again. But life not. For the time when the last sand of life falls, life will not be able to be inverted and start everything again.
So each second may be the last for us. That's why it's so important to be ready for that time. And to be ready means to be good, respected, loved, honest, good-natured, intelligent one. a HUMAN

Every time when you look at your watch, they are reminding you about the last sand. After which it will be impossible to turn it back! Be ready - be HUMAN.

Wednesday, 19 May 2010

To see one more time...

I should've died over there. When I was in that water, I made a deal with God. I told him I was sorry, I told him I knew I'd been a fool for leavin you and tryin to go over there and be a hero, and I promised I'd never ask for anything again, if I could just see you one more time..."Pearl Harbor"(2001)

Sunday, 16 May 2010

What is religion for you?

3rd of October 2009, Train Dresden-Prague, a friend of mine, Ruslan Asadov, asked me a question: "What is religion for you? does it limit your freedom?"
I used wrong definition: "it's a freedom within the borders"
Now I want to give another definition:
"Religion is area of freedom, with suggestions on how to reach the final goal, on how to make your life better, what the "better life" is, equality, respect, love, inspiration, education, moral values...But in this area of freedom, there are black points against of these values. So religion's suggest is to avoid those black points!

Thursday, 6 May 2010

The Fragmented Mind

Have you ever asked yourself what exactly the defragmentation function in computer does?

To understand it we should know how the computer keeps information on the memory storage. Memory storage consists of clusters, little parts, which keep some amount of information.

Let’s imagine that our disk consists of 30 clusters (actual number is much bigger). We decide to save some files on it. Little files use fewer places (fewer clusters) on it. In fact we have something like cluster 1 and 2 for one file, 3-17 for another, 18-21 for third, 22-30 other. We decide to delete first and third files. We will get free blank space on disk. This means that later when we try to write a new file, computer will try to fill these blank spaces. And we will have parts of one file located in different places of our disk.

Why should it be a problem? When computer will try to read the file, it will move to different locations on disk trying to gather together all parts of the file we want to read. It will take more time, and more recourse. Like any mechanism, a lot of actions will cause brokenness of the disk.

So what defragmentation exactly does? It reads the whole information, and puts parts of files together. And now, computer doesn’t need to read the whole disk in a panic, trying to find necessary part. It just reads the file, cluster by cluster, part by part. It takes less time, and less recourse.

Why brain? Can you imagine how much information during the day we get? Our eyes are like cameras, ears – microphone, skin – multi-touch device. Every picture, every sound, everything is being written into our brain. In order to find the necessary information our brain needs some time to put new information we got during the day into the right place.

So, when? The best time to sleep is night. Because at night we move less, and only at night our brain produces the special hormone Melatonin, which helps our brain to produce other useful hormones. And some scholars1 say that while we sleep our brain is doing the defragmentation of information we got during the day, and puts it in the right order.

Take care of your brain and let it does its job.

Saturday, 1 May 2010

My Blog looks like a Twitter

Few days ago I have changed a template of my Twitter to "Green Grass". Sometimes using classic templates makes us bored. And today I changed my Blogger template to the Twitter Template.
I don't know why but Now I like my twitter and Blogger more...