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HARMFUL EFFECTS OF CELLPHONES

In the earlier days, cellular phones were brick size and they were usually attached to immobile surface such as cars etc. However developments in technology have led to the introduction of many pocket sized mobile phones. The mobile phone depends upon the use of radiations for its function.

The harmful effects of the cell phone radiations were exposed in the year 1993. And some studies indicate that microwaves emitted by the cellphones doubled the cancer cells in mice. The use of cellphone cause brain tumour.
Children should be forbidden from cell phone use because they still grow their brains and are particularly vulnerable to radiation. Children are more sensitive to microwaves at 3.3.times the rate of adulds. Half of cell phone's radiation is absorbed by the human body and another quarter by the brain. The cell phone using while driving cause accidents. So say "NO" to cell phones while driving.

THE TALE OF TITAN & THE TITANIC.


During the 1898, a popular science fiction was called "FUTILITY". It told the story of great unsinkable ship named "TITAN" where in unfortunately sank during its maiden voyage hitting an iceberg in the North Atlantic Ocean. Fourteen years later, in April 1912, the British luxury ship' "THE TITANIC" met with disaster. During its maiden voyage, the great ship "Titanic" designed and built as unsinkable, hit an iceberg in the same North Atlantic Ocean and sank. It is astonishing that many similarities exist between the "TITAN" of fiction and the "TITANIC" of fact.

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FEATURES TITAN [FICTION] TITANIC [FACT]
Length of ship 800 feet. 882 feet.
Weight 75,000 Tonnes 66,000 Tonnes
Propellers 3 3
Speed 25 Knots 23 Knots
No.of. passengers 3000 2507
Month of sinking April April
Place of sinking North Atlantic Ocean North Atlantic Ocean

QUIZ

  1. Nobel Prize Winning physicist Neils Bohr was born on this date in 1885. What was his nation ability?
  2. By what vitamin letter and number is riboflavin also called?
  3. Complete the proverb: ' No one but the weaver knows…………'
  4. The famous Hoover Dam is on border of two US states?
  5. Where on a horse would one see a 'dock'?
  6. How many women were there in Noah's Ark?
  7. Which element is also called brim stone?
  8. If you are a 'horologist', What would you be studying.
  9. Sukarno was the first President of which Asian country?
  10. If your parents were celebrating the tin wedding anniversary, how many years would they have been married for?
  11. What acid is found covering the planet venus?
  12. Which planet apart from the earth is said to be have water?
  13. Which planet is so light that it can float in the water?
  14. Which planet is surrounded by wind moving at very high speed?
  15. What is the weight of the earth?
  16. Where is the world's largest gold mine?
  17. Which is the fastest breeding mammal?
  18. Who was known as"The Lady with the lamp?
  19. When is the Navy day?
  20. Which is the highest capital city of the world?

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JOKES

Sardar in a B.E campus interview, How does a electric motor run?
Sardar:- dhuurrrrrr…………
Interviewer:- STOP IT.
Sardar:- dhurr dhp dp dup dup……
Best comedy of the year:-
Sardar:- May I come in sir.
Manager:- wait please.
Sardar:- 85kg sir.
Joke
A man was standing on platform No.1.
He wanted to go to Kolkotta.
An Announcement:
The Chennai Kolkotta Express will come on the platform No.1.
The man suddenly got down on the track thinking that the train will come to platform.
Professor and Student
Professor: What three words are used most by college students?
Student : I don’t know.
Professor: Absolutely correct.
One passenger bought two tickets from the conductor.
Conductor: Why are you getting an extra ticket.
Passenger : If I lose one ticket, the other would save me.
Conductor: What would you do if you lose both?
Passenger : I am not a fool. I have my bus pass.
Conductor: ???????????????????

SPACE JAM.

  1. Who is the Indian astronomer and mathematician, who in the 5th century AD had declared that the earth revolves round the sun?
  2. Abd al-Rahman, an Arabic astronomer and mathematician had studied several stars and galaxies in the 10th century. Do you know the modern name of a very famous galaxy that he called ‘A Little Cloud’?
  3. A heliocentric system is one in which the planets revolve round the sun, or a star. Who was the first person who declared in Europe?
  4. Can you name the famous English Physicist and mathematician who developed the law of universal gravitation.
  5. Can you name the galaxy of which our solar system is a part?
  6. Certain parts of the sun appear darker than the rest due to a lower temperature. What are these called?
  7. A modern theory in physics states that the universe was born from a small little core millions of years ago and has been expanding ever since. What is this theory called?
  8. In which year did Pluto lose its planet status?
  9. Which is the only planet in our solar system where scientists say life might have existed?
  10. Name the hottest planet in the solar system.
  11. Name the planets between which the asteroid beet is located.

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Secret of Success

Man needs life,
Life needs hard work,
Hard work needs ambition,
Ambition needs discipline,
Discipline needs self-control,
Control needs honesty,
Honesty needs efforts,
Great effort needs achievements,
Achievements need self-confidence,
Self-confidence is the secret of success.

Winners versus Losers

The winnes is always part of the answer
The loser is always part of the problem

The winners say, “It may be difficult, but it is possible.”
The loser says, “ It may be possible, but it is too difficult,”

A winner makes commitments;
A loser makes promises.

Winners have dreams
Losers have schemes.

Winners say.” I must do something.”
Losers say, “Something must be done.”

Winners see the gain;
Losers see the pain;

Winners see possibilities;
Losers see reasons;

Winners make it happen;
Losers let it happen.

Winners choose what they say;
Losers say what they choose;

Losers do different things;
Winners do things differently.

SUCCESS

Don’t lose heart in failure,
And head in success,
There is so much good in the worst of us,
And so much bad in the best of us.
To talk about the rest of us, because
Coming together is the beginning and
Keeping together is the progress and
Working together is the success.

LATEST FACTS

FACTS OF PIZZA

  • Americans eat approximately 100 acres of pizza each day or 350 slices per second.
  • Each man, woman and child in America eat an average of 46 slices of pizza a year.

FACTS OF FRUITS AND VEGETABLES

  • Onions contain a mild antibiotic that fights infections, soothes burn, tames bee sting and relieves the inch of athletes’ feet.
  • Archeologists have found evidence that humans have enjoyed eating apples since 6500 BC. Each of us eats more than 19 pounds of apples usually.

SECRETS OF ICE CREAM

  • George Washington like ice cream so much he reportedly had a bill for $200 for ice cream one summer.

FACTS OF INVENTIONS

  • 1872-1877
    A series of photographs can be viewed by stroboscopic disc.
  • 1884
    George Eastman invented flexible photographic film.
  • 1887
    Thomas Edison patents motion picture camera.

FACTS OF ANIMALS

  • LION: The laziest animal in the animal kingdom. It spends 20 hours in a day either in rest or in sleep.
  • ELEPHANT: It can recognize the smell of banana from a distance of 20 km.

THE HUMAN BODY OR PARLIAMENT

  1. Spinal cord – President
  2. Brain – Prime Minister
  3. Stomach – Home Minister
  4. Hands – Minister of Industries
  5. Ears – Minister of Post and Telegraph
  6. Nose – Health Minister
  7. Heart – Health Minister
  8. Lungs – Internal affairs Minister
  9. Head – Education Minister
  10. Legs – Transport Minister
  11. Mouth – Information and Broad Casting Minister
  12. Skin – Defence minister
USE
  1. Something which you don’t like
    Refuse
  2. Something which is used again
    Reuse
  3. Place where you live in
    House
  4. The matter which you can’t understand
    Confuse

HAPPY LIFE

Work without Hesitation
Give without Expecting
Help without Boasting
Smile without Mocking
Love without Suspecting.

FUN FLIPS

Dictionary ~ The only place where divorce comes before marriage.
Zoo ~ A place where wild animals are protected from social animals.
Boss ~ A great personality who is late when you are early and early when you are late.
Secret ~ Something which a person tells everybody, not to tell anybody.
Neighbour ~ Someone who knows more about you than you know about yourself.
Price ~ Perhaps the only thing that violates Newton’s law of gravitation.
Doctor ~ Who kills your ills with his pills and later kills you with his bills.

GLOBAL WARMING

Global warming is a dramatically urgent and serious problem. We don’t need to wait for governments to find a solution for this problem: each individual can bring an important help adopting a more responsible lifestyle: starting from little, everyday things. It’s only reasonable way to save our planet, before it is too late.

HERE THE LIST OF SIMPLE THINGS:

  • Clean or replace filters on your furnace and air conditioner.
  • Choose energy efficient appliances when making new purchases.
  • Do not leave appliances on standby
  • Reuse your shopping bag.
  • Reduce waste.
  • Plant a tree.
  • Protect and conserve forest worldwide.
  • Switch to green power.
  • Recycle your organic waste.
  • Cover your pots while cooking.

SOME INTERESTING FACTS TO KNOW.

  1. Chewing on gum, while cutting onions can help a person from stop producing tears.
  2. Babies eyes do not produce tears until the baby is approximately six to eight weeks.
  3. Until babies are six months old,. They can breathe and swallow at some time.
  4. Male mosquitoes are vegetarians. Only females bite.
  5. It snowed in the Sahara Desert in February of 1979.
  6. Plants watered with warm water grow larger and more quickly than plants watered with cold water.
  7. Grapes explode when you put them in the micro wave.
  8. Everyone’s tongue print is different, like finger prints.
  9. There is a hotel in Sweden built entirely out of ice, it is rebuilt every year.
  10. Wearing headphones for just an hour will increase the bacteria in your ears by 700 times.

THOUGHTS

  1. Be careful while dealing with wicked people. They quickly forget the favour done to them.
  2. Do not put blind faith in the words of cunning people.
  3. Don’t be carried away by herd instinct.
  4. Impartial solutions are of no use.
  5. Noboby likes a fair weather friend.
  6. Thoughtless imitation is foolish.
  7. Never feel jealous of anybody’s good position.
  8. Pride goes before a fall.

IMPORTANCE OF NEWSPAPER

In the world of today newspapers have became almost as necessary as food and clothing. This is especially true in the case of modern educated man, who can not enjoy his morning tea unless he has the morning’s paper before him. The world moves very fast, events happen very quickly in every sphere of life that success is impossible without keeping in close touch with the latest development. One must be posted upto date if one desires to make any progress

The primary function of newspaper as very name suggests, is to provide news of all kinds. The statesman is anxious to know the latest development in the political sphere, the businessman wants current information about market conditions, the common man has natural curiosity to learn about almost everything is general.

A successful newspaper caters for all kinds of readers – Scientists, Sportsman, Cinema-fans, Politicians, Businessmen, Lawyers and jobless workers and youth.

The press should be free without any restrictions what-so-ever but they have also to respect a certain code of conduct and honesty and the honour of the country high. The press should be a beacon light of truth and justice, independent and disaffiliated from grippling ideologies or party politics.

SOMETHING SERIOUS

  1. Did you know that it is impossible to sneeze keeping your eyes open.
    (TRY IT)
  2. Donald Duck comics were banned from Finland because he doesn’t wear pants.
  3. Bruce Lee was so fast that they actually had to
    S – L – O – W
    the film down so you could see his action.

COMPETITION

  1. Our school won the zonal and preparing for inter-division.
  2. Unfortunately Table Tennis players lost inter-division.
  3. They conducted a football match with Srilankan’s at SDAI last month.
  4. They took shooting in our school from Chutti TV.
  5. Chess competition was held in Kalaimagal Vidhyalaya. Our school boys were participated in it.
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