Friday, 16 November 2012

Saturday, 3 November 2012

ALEXANDER vs Iskandar Zulkarnain


Alexander The Great mengingatkan aku kepada filem Alexander yang diarahkan oleh Oliver Stones.Seorang pengarah yang Kontroversi.Ditangan Oliver, Alexander digambarkan seorang Biseksual,gila kuasa, penyembah Dewa-dewi, dan lemah pendirian.Segala tindak-tanduknya dibawah kawalan ibunya,Olivia.Alexander mengikut acuan barat adalah seperti berikut:
Alexander adalah anak kepada Raja Philips II yang memerintah Macedonia. Setelah bapanya terbunuh Alexander menjadi raja.Seterusnya memulakan penaklukan dengan memusnahkan Empayar Parsi di bawah pemerintahan Darius I.Penaklukan diteruskan sehingga meliputi Asia Barat, Tengah, dan Asia Selatan.Alexander gagal memasuki India setelah angkatannya musnah di tangan Raja Chola.Kemuncaknya, Alexander di bunuh dengan racun oleh Pengikut-pengikutnya.Hayatnya terhenti pada usia 33 tahun.Ironiknya, Alexander diabadikan dalam Sejarah dunia sebagai Penakluk Agung.Sejarahwan Barat menerima bulat-bulat lagenda ini sebagai sejarah.
Alexander the Great bukanlah ciri-ciri raja yang disebut dalam Al-Quran.Sebaliknya Iskandar Zulkarnain adalah Raja yang soleh, menyembah Tuhan yang Esa.Namun, Al-Quran tidak menceritakan siapakah Manusia istimewa ini secara menyeluruh.Menurut Sejarahwan Islam,Iskandar Zulkarnain adalah sekadar nama.’Zulkarnain dalam bahasa Arab bermaksud 2 tanduk.2 tanduk ini adalah simbolik kepada raja yang berjaya menyatukan Timur dan Barat.Adalah dipercayai,Khurosh Komeni, raja Parsi adalah Manusia yang memenuhi ciri-ciri yang disebutkan oleh Al-Quran.Khurosh adalah raja kerajaan Myra yang bermusuhan dengan kerajaan Himyar.Dan Khurosh berjaya menyatukan kedua kerajaan ini menjadi satu empayar yang luas.Khurosh juga dikatakan penyembah Zoster, iaitu menyembah agama yang satu.Khurosh juga dikatakan memulakan penaklukkan dari Timur ke Barat dalam usahanya meluaskan kuasannya.Ketika ini beliau telah bertemu dengan golongan barbar yang di ancam dengan Yakjuj dan Makjud.Ketika ini, Khurosh mengarah satu tembok dibina bagi menghalang kemaraan makhluk ini.Khurosh juga dikatakan berkawan rapat dengan Nabi Daniyel yang juga dipercayai sebagai penasihat beliau.Dan apaling utama Khurosh telah membuat dekri berkaitan Hak asasi manusia yang mana Khurosh menamatkan konsep perhambaan.Dekri ini boleh ditemui di British Muzium.
Sesungguhnya perdebatan siapakah Iskandar Zulkarnain tidak ada penghujung.Hanya Allah yang Maha mengetahui segala-galanya.Siapapun Beliau, Allah telah memberi kuasa dan pemerintahan yang luas.Hanya Allah yang mengetahui segala-galanya. 

Friday, 2 November 2012

Alexander the Great Alexander of Macedon Biography


Alexander III the Great, the King of Macedonia and conqueror of the Persian Empire is considered one of the greatest military geniuses of all times. He was inspiration for later conquerors such as Hannibal the Carthaginian, the Romans Pompey and Caesar, and Napoleon.  Alexander was born in 356 BC in Pella, the ancient capital of Macedonia. He was son of Philip II, King of Macedonia, and Olympias, the princess of neighboring Epirus. He spent his childhood watching his father transforming Macedonia into a great military power, winning victory after victory on the battlefields throughout the Balkans.  When he was 13, Philip hired the Greek philosopher Aristotle to be Alexander’s personal tutor.  During the next three years Aristotle gave Alexander a training in rhetoric and literature and stimulated his interest in science, medicine, and philosophy, all of which became of importance in Alexander’s later life.  In 340, when Philip assembled a large Macedonian army and invaded Thrace, he left his 16 years old son with the power to rule Macedonia in his absence as regent, which shows that even at such young age Alexander was recognized as quite capable.  But as the Macedonian army advanced deep into Thrace, the Thracian tribe of Maedi bordering north-eastern Macedonia rebelled and posed a danger to the country.  Alexander assembled an army, led it against the rebels, and with swift action defeated the Maedi, captured their stronghold, and renamed it after himself to Alexandropolis. 
Two years later in 338 BC, Philip gave his son a commanding post among the senior generals as the Macedonian army invaded Greece. At the Battle of Chaeronea the Greeks were defeated and Alexander displayed his bravery by destroying the elite Greek force, the Theban Secret Band. Some ancient historians recorded that the Macedonians won the battle thanks to his bravery.

Wednesday, 31 October 2012


First off, you may be surprised to find that Albert Einstein is not included on this list. The reason is that I have used a table of IQ estimates for historical geniuses to determine the members and order of this list, and Einstein’s IQ (around 160) did not make the grade. Despite that, he is still the first person to pop in to most people’s minds when thinking of a genius. Having said that, here is a list of the ten greatest geniuses in history.

10. Madame De Stael
IQ: 180Wikipedia

In full – Anne-Louise-Germaine Necker, Baronne (baroness) de Staël-Holstein, byname Madame de Staël. Madame de Stael was a French-Swiss woman of letters, political propagandist, and conversationalist, who epitomized the European culture of her time, bridging the history of ideas from Neoclassicism to Romanticism. She also gained fame by maintaining a salon for leading intellectuals. Her writings include novels, plays, moral and political essays, literary criticism, history, autobiographical memoirs, and even a number of poems. Her most important literary contribution was as a theorist of Romanticism. Madame de Stael is on an equal level with René Descartes but I chose to include her rather than him in order to put at least one woman on this list.

9. Galileo Galilei
IQ: 185Wikipedia

Galileo was Italian natural philosopher, astronomer, and mathematician who made fundamental contributions to the sciences of motion, astronomy, and strength of materials and to the development of the scientific method. His formulation of (circular) inertia, the law of falling bodies, and parabolic trajectories marked the beginning of a fundamental change in the study of motion. His insistence that the book of nature was written in the language of mathematics changed natural philosophy from a verbal, qualitative account to a mathematical one in which experimentation became a recognized method for discovering the facts of nature. Finally, his discoveries with the telescope revolutionized astronomy and paved the way for the acceptance of the Copernican heliocentric system, but his advocacy of that system in support of his view that the Bible contained errors, eventually resulted in an Inquisition process against him.

8. Bobby Fischer
IQ: 187Wikipedia

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Bobby is the byname of Robert James Fischer, an American chess master who became the youngest grandmaster in history when he received the title in 1958. His youthful intemperance and brilliant playing drew the attention of the American public to the game of chess, particularly when he won the world championship in 1972. Fischer learned the moves of chess at age 6 and at 16 dropped out of high school to devote himself fully to the game. In 1958 he won the first of many American championships. In world championship candidate matches during 1970–71, Fischer won 20 consecutive games before losing once and drawing three times to former world champion Tigran Petrosyan of the Soviet Union in a final match won by Fischer. In 1972 Fischer became the first native-born American to hold the title of world champion when he defeated Boris Spassky of the Soviet Union in a highly publicized match held in Reykjavík, Iceland. In doing so, Fischer won the $156,000 victor’s share of the $250,000 purse.

7. Ludwig Wittgenstein
IQ: 190Wikipedia

in full – Ludwig Josef Johann Wittgenstein was an Austrian-born English philosopher, regarded by many as the greatest philosopher of the 20th century. Wittgenstein’s two major works, Logisch-philosophische Abhandlung (1921; Tractatus Logico-Philosophicus, 1922) and Philosophische Untersuchungen (published posthumously in 1953; Philosophical Investigations), have inspired a vast secondary literature and have done much to shape subsequent developments in philosophy, especially within the analytic tradition. His charismatic personality has, in addition, exerted a powerful fascination upon artists, playwrights, poets, novelists, musicians, and even filmmakers, so that his fame has spread far beyond the confines of academic life.

6. Blaise Pascal
IQ: 195Wikipedia

Blaise Pascal
Blaise Pascal was a French mathematician, physicist, religious philosopher, and master of prose. He laid the foundation for the modern theory of probabilities, formulated what came to be known as Pascal’s law of pressure, and propagated a religious doctrine that taught the experience of God through the heart rather than through reason. The establishment of his principle of intuitionism had an impact on such later philosophers as Jean-Jacques Rousseau and Henri Bergson and also on the Existentialists.

5. John Stuart Mill
IQ: 200Wikipedia

John Stuart Mill was an English philosopher, economist, and exponent of Utilitarianism. He was prominent as a publicist in the reforming age of the 19th century, and remains of lasting interest as a logician and an ethical theorist. Mill was a man of extreme simplicity in his mode of life. The influence that his works exercised upon contemporary English thought can scarcely be overestimated, nor can there be any doubt about the value of the liberal and inquiring spirit with which he handled the great questions of his time. Beyond that, however, there has been considerable difference of opinion about the enduring merits of his philosophy.

4. Gottfried Wilhelm von Leibniz
IQ: 205Wikipedia

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Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz (also Leibnitz or von Leibniz (July 1 (June 21 Old Style) 1646 – November 14, 1716) was a German philosopher of Sorbian origin who wrote primarily in Latin and French. Educated in law and philosophy, and serving as factotum to two major German noble houses (one becoming the British royal family while he served it), Leibniz played a major role in the European politics and diplomacy of his day. He occupies an equally large place in both the history of philosophy and the history of mathematics. He discovered calculus independently of Newton, and his notation is the one in general use since. He also discovered the binary system, foundation of virtually all modern computer architectures. In philosophy, he is most remembered for optimism, i.e., his conclusion that our universe is, in a restricted sense, the best possible one God could have made.

3. Emanuel Swedenborg
IQ: 205Wikipedia

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Emanuel Swedenborg was a Swedish scientist, Christian mystic, philosopher, and theologian who wrote voluminously in interpreting the Scriptures as the immediate word of God. Soon after his death, devoted followers created Swedenborgian societies dedicated to the study of his thought. These societies formed the nucleus of the Church of the New Jerusalem, or New Church, also called the Swedenborgians.

2. Leonardo Da Vinci
IQ: 205Wikipedia

Leonardo Da Vinci, Italian painter, draftsman, sculptor, architect, and engineer whose genius, perhaps more than that of any other figure, epitomized the Renaissance humanist ideal. His Last Supper (1495–98) and Mona Lisa (c. 1503–06) are among the most widely popular and influential paintings of the Renaissance. His notebooks reveal a spirit of scientific inquiry and a mechanical inventiveness that were centuries ahead of their time. The unique fame that Leonardo enjoyed in his lifetime and that, filtered by historical criticism, has remained undimmed to the present day rests largely on his unlimited desire for knowledge, which guided all his thinking and behaviour.

1. Johann Wolfgang von Goethe
IQ: 210Wikipedia

Goethe, German poet, playwright, novelist, scientist, statesman, theatre director, critic, and amateur artist, is considered the greatest German literary figure of the modern era. Goethe is the only German literary figure whose range and international standing equal those of Germany’s supreme philosophers (who have often drawn on his works and ideas) and composers (who have often set his works to music). In the literary culture of the German-speaking countries, he has had so dominant a position that, since the end of the 18th century, his writings have been described as “classical.” In a European perspective he appears as the central and unsurpassed representative of the Romantic movement, broadly understood.

Sources: Genius IQ Estimates, Encyclopaedia Britannica, Wikipedia


Tuesday, 21 August 2012

Pork is DEADLY !!!


Disadvantages of Pork
People have been eating pork since 7,000 B.C., according to the United States Department of Agriculture. Pork comes from hogs and is made into ribs, pork chops, loin, shoulder, sausage and bacon. Pork is the most popular meat worldwide, but not all cultures or religions eat pork because of various health disadvantages associated with its consumption. If pork is not handled safely or cooked correctly, it can pose serious health risks.


Pork can pose certain health risks from bacteria and resistant bacteria that cause infection and viruses. Eating pork contaminated with a food-borne bacteria can cause vomiting, fever, diarrhea, abdominal cramps and dehydration. Pork can become contaminated during slaughter, improper handling, leaving meat out for more than two hours or not cooking it long enough. Cooking is needed to destroy bacteria, but refrigeration slows the growth of bacteria. Resistant bacteria are another disadvantage of pork. Resistant strains of E. coli, salmonella and Escherichia are caused by treating hogs with antimicrobials, increasing their resistance to the drugs, notes a study published in the January 2001 issue of "Veterinary Quarterly."


Roundworm infestation, also known as trichinosis, is a disadvantage of pork that can be prevented. Undercooked pork can contain the Trichinella spiralis parasite, also known as "pork worm." Eating the infested pork causes the cysts to break open in your intestines and grow into large adult roundworms. The roundworms multiply in your intestines and move through your gut into your bloodstream, invading muscle tissue, according to the National Institutes of Health. This can affect your heart, brain, lungs and diaphragm. Symptoms of roundworm infestation include cramps, diarrhea, fever, muscle pain or weakness and abdominal discomfort.


Saturated fats are one of the major risk factors for heart disease. Saturated fats cause your LDL cholesterol levels, the "bad" cholesterol, to rise, increasing your risk for heart disease. Saturated fat also increases your risk for becoming overweight or obese, which directly impacts your heart and other organs. The saturated fat in pork comes from bacon, sausage and pork lard used in baking. The American Heart Association recommends reducing your consumption of saturated fats or replacing them with unsaturated fat choices.


Another disadvantage of pork is that it increases your risk of bladder cancer if you eat well-done or burnt pork often, according to Jie Lin, Ph.D., in an article published by the University of Texas M.D. Anderson Cancer Center. Pork cooked at high temperatures creates heterocyclic amines, HCAs, which can cause cancer. A 12-year study involving 844 patients with bladder cancer and 878 patients without bladder cancer gathered nutritional information and found that patients who ate pork and other red meats well-done had a significantly higher risk of bladder cancer.

Saturday, 18 August 2012

Drinnk or Die (not actually)


Health Benefits of Milk

Health benefits of milk include good bone health, smooth skin, strong immune system, prevention of illnesses such as hypertension, dental decay, dehydration, respiratory problems, obesity, osteoporosis and even some forms of cancer. The beneficial health nutrients obtained from milk are mandatory for human body and help in prevention of chronic ailments.
The nutritional value of milk have always influenced people all over the world to include it in diet. Addition of milk in your daily diet can also help in achieving a well-balanced diet. Milk is an ideal source of nutrients such as vitamin A & B,calcium, carbohydrate, phosphorousmagnesium, protein, zinc and riboflavin. The Teagasc Dairy Products Research Centre at Moorepark, Fermoy has reported recent research on the utility of milk in neutralizing cholesterol content in the body.
Many animals do provide us with this vital health substance, but cow’s milk is considered the best wholesome supplement for children as well as adults. Milk of other animals buffalo, goatsheep, camel, reindeer and yak. Milk of horse and donkey is also consumed by humans, though this is rare.
The health benefits of milk can be achieved from milk directly or its products such as cheese, butter, curd, clarified butter or ghee, dairy whitener, ice cream, cottage cheese or paneer, flavored milk, milk sweets etc. The US Department of Agriculture (USDA) has clearly mentioned in its Dietary Guidelines to include milk and milk products in the diet.
Deficiency Symptoms: Milk deficiency can cause severe anemia, osteoporosis and other related illnesses. Milk consumption is very essential to maintain good health and doing normal activities. It is the best source of calcium for all age groups.
Benefits: Milk is extremely beneficial drink for mankind. Some of the advantages of drinking this life-giving nectar are as follows:
  • Calcium: Milk is the best source of calcium supply to our body. Calcium protects the body from major chronic ailments such as cancerous chemicals, bone loss, arthritic condition, migraine headaches, pre-menstrual syndrome, and obesity in children and aids in losing unwanted fats.
  • Healthy Bones: As mentioned above, milk is rich in calcium, which is very essential for growth and proper development of strong bone structure. Bone disorders such as osteoporosis can be prevented with daily intake of adequate quantity of milk. Children deprived of cow milk have an increased chance of bone fractures when injured.
  • Healthy Teeth: Encouraging children and youngsters to drink milk would give them excellent dental health, as milk protects the enamel surface against acidic substances. Drinking milk for energy and health would dissuade children from consuming soft drinks, thus reducing the risk of decayed teeth and weak gums.
  • Rehydration: Fluids are an integral part of human body. The body needs to be replenished with liquids at regular intervals. It is very essential for growing children and they must drink at least six to eight glasses of fluid every day. Milk contains a good quantity of water molecules and is considered the best fluid for rehydration.
Skin Care: Have you heard of Cleopatra, the  most beautiful women of all times. Well you will be surprised if I tell you that Cleopatra used to have a milk bath daily! She used to mix honeyand milk and take a bath daily enabling her maintain soft and beautiful skin. Since thousands of years, milk is known to benefit our skin by helping us maintain a fair and smooth complextion. Hence, even today milk and milk products are used in a number of cosmetic preparations. Milk is also good for dry skin. If you have a dry skin apply milk on your face (and other body parts), leave it for about 15 minutes and then wash it. The milk solids nourish and smoothen your skin. The lactic acid present in milk is known to aid in removing the dead skin cells, thereby rejuvenating your skin.
  • Improving Diet and Vitamin Intake: According to medical research, drinking milk considerably improves our intakes of vital minerals and vitamins. A man who consumes a carton of whole milk doubles his chances of fulfilling calcium requirement per day, whereas, another person consuming a can of fizzy or carbonated drink may in reality lower his calcium levels by one third percent.
  • Acidity Reduction: Consumption of milk products can also help in reducing acidity
  • Wholesome Food: It contains a whole lot of vitamins and minerals to keep you fit, healthy and strong. A glassful of milk contains vitamin A & B for good eyesight and increasing RBC count, carbohydrates for vitality and energy, potassium for proper nerve function, magnesium for muscular function, phosphorousfor energy release, protein for body repair and growth.
       Kid drinking milk from a cow

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Wednesday, 8 August 2012

Natural way for pain killers


Use Natural Pain Relief Remedies

If you'd like to use a natural pain killer, rather than drugs, there are quite few natural pain relief remedies that you can use, that are often more effective than drugs.

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Some natural remedies such as feverfew leaf and willowbark have been in use for around 2000 years, and they are known to be excellent remedies to relieve pain.
You may choose to use a herbal pain remedy, and there are quite a few natural herbal remedies that provide good pain relief.
There are also other natural remedies such as MSM powder and magnesium that are excellent to help to improve your quality of life.
Using a natural pain relief remedy is a good alternative to drugs, as drugs may have side effects, including causing problems in the gut and kidneys.

Natural Pain Killer... Natural Remedies For Pain

If you want a natural pain killer instead of using drugs to relieve your pain, there are quite a few alternatives that you can use.
Some are herbal pain remedies, including many of the anti inflammatory herbs.
As well there are also a few non herbal natural pain remedies that are extremely effective to help your pain long term.
Magnesium: This mineral is useful to help fibromyalgia and rheumatoid arthritis. Taking a magnesium supplement is a successful treatment for migraine headaches, that has been proven to be effective in a number of studies. Magnesium is a mineral that is important to the overall health of the body.
It is known to be an excellent remedy to aid muscle aches and pains. There are a number of magnesium benefits for any sort of muscle strain or injury, to help to relieve the pain. Using magnesium sulphate in a hot bath is a well known way to ease muscle pain.
MSM powder MSM is one of the natural remedies that has been proven to provide natural pain relief to those who have been unable to get relief any other way.

There are benefits of MSM Powder for pain
Methyl Sulfonyl Methane or MSM Powder

There are many msm benefits, and this natural pain remedy helps the pain of a large number of painful conditions, and is easy to use as well.
It comes in a powder form which is the easiest and cheapest way to use it, but as it has a slightly bitter taste some people prefer to use the capsules.
It is not only a pain relief remedy but is one of the natural allergy remedies that works well to help you after you have had exposure to something you react to.
It is beneficial to assist you if you are sensitive to chemicals... as you may use it after exposure to chemicals as it turns off a lot of the effects, such as dizziness and shakiness associated with exposure to perfume or other chemicals you may accidentally get exposed to.
While it works immediately to help chemical sensitivity reactions, the pain relief it gives seems to be cumulative, and works best if you take it every day. If you take one teaspoonsful of MSM powder in water each day, after a few days you should find your pain levels reduce quite a bit, and if you continue using it... many people find that the benefits of MSM give significant relief.

Natural Pain Killer... Herbal Pain Remedy

If you are looking for a good natural pain killer, look at using a herbal pain remedy. There are so many effective herbal pain relief products, and they are often a mixture of different herbs, depending on what the biochemist who was making them was wishing to achieve.
Depending of what type of pain you wish to get help for, you may find that one of these natural herbal remedies may be more effective than others to help you. Many of them have other excellent healing qualities including their effectiveness to aid allergies, chemical sensitivity, and easing cold and flu symptoms.
So lets take a look at some of the uses of many of the most well-known natural pain killers:

Feverfew Flower cc-sa
Feverfew Flower

Feverfew: This herb is used as a treatment for migraine headaches. It is believed that the way Feverfew leaf helps migraines is related to its action to reduce the production of serotonin.
This brain chemical is related to the constriction of blood vessels and the release of chemicals that cause pain.
In a controlled study in England, feverfew migraine remedy was used to help to bring migraine headache relief by reducing the frequency and severity of the migraine headaches.
It also reduced migraine headache symptoms such as vomiting and visual effects that often accompany them.
This is one of the anti inflammatory herbs that will help the pain of arthritis, reduce fever, aid menstrual suffering as well as various other aches and pains in the body.
Note: Feverfew is a member of the Asteraceae family, so if you have an allergy to ragweed, yarrow or chamomile you won't be able to use it.
Bromelain: There are a number of benefits of bromelain to kill pain, and this relates particularly to the pain associated with allergic rhinitis and sinusitis. It may also help the very painful sinus headaches, as it is an excellent remedy to help to heal the problems that cause sinus headache symptoms.
Willow bark: Willowbark is made from the bark of the willow tree and is an old, well known remedy, that has always been known as an effective natural pain killer. It is very similar chemically to the drug aspirin. This natural aspirin will help any type of pain that aspirin will help, but it does work a bit differently to aspirin and its effect lasts longer.

Use A Natural Pain Killer
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Use A Natural Pain Killer

You need to have probiotic bacteria in your gut to help it work properly. So combine it with one of the natural probiotics, so that you can ensure that its effect benefits you the most.
White willow is one of the herbs for joint pain that is a well known folk remedy that actually works. Ancient physicians wrote about its pain killing effectiveness over 2000 years ago, and it was used to reduce fevers and to relieve pain.
Even today its still available to use for pain relief, particularly as it is one of the natural remedies for back pain... especially lower back pain and will assist the pain of osteoporosis. You may make a white willow bark herbal tea or buy it in capsule form. Note: While this is known to be very safe for most people, if you are allergic to aspirin or to salicylates you will not be able to use it.

Olive Leaf Extract: Olive leaf extract is a very useful herb to use for pain relief especially if it is related to inflammatory conditions. If you any type of painful illness where there is inflammation present there are olive leaf extract benefits for aiding pain. It is one of the anti inflammatory herbs and has been used to aid inflammation related to fibromyalgia.

Turmeric Root cc-sa
Turmeric Root

Turmeric Extract: Turmeric extract is made from the root of the Turmeric plant... and is a strong analgesic that may aid the pain of arthritis and toothache.
It has a powerful anti-inflammatory action which makes it a natural pain killer, that will alleviate muscle aches and back pain.
There are health benefits of turmeric to help health problems such as arthritis, osteo-arthritis and rheumatoid arthritis by healing the inflammation associated with these conditions. One of its well known uses is to help to prevent post operative pain.
Ginger Root: Ginger root is one of the most widely used herbs, as it is so helpful to heal so many health problems. The active ingredients in Ginger called gingerols, are powerful anti inflammatory compounds which work as a powerful natural pain killer. Their natural pain relief action is related to the active ingredients helping to inhibit the production of specific immune system compounds called cytokines, which cause inflammation and pain.
There are many health benefits of ginger root, and it is very helpful to aid the pain of arthritis and will help any type of problem that is caused by swelling. This is an excellent alternative to using NSAIDS which often cause bad side effects.
Cats Claw Herb: This herb is made from a vine that originated in the Peruvian Amazon jungle. Cats claw herb is a abundant sources of plant sterols, which are natural plant chemicals that are similar to steroids. The sterols in cats claw will help to reduce inflammation and swelling and are a very useful natural remedy for arthritis.

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Boswellia Serrata

Boswellia Serrata: Boswellia Serrata is one of the anti inflammatory herbs, and its active ingredients are known as boswellic acids.
Boswellic acids are anti-inflammatory and are believed to be effective because they prevent inflammatory white cells from penetrating the damaged tissues.
Boswellia extract is especially useful to aid arthritis. There is research happening into Boswellia and arthritis, as it is known as one of the better anti-arthritic herbs.

The Holmes Method


Part One – A Study in Sherlock

The many facets of the personality of Holmes are analysed including the rationality of his approach to a case eschewing emotion, superstition, irrationality, and fallacies. His use of evidence, the scientific method and the acquisition of useful knowledge is discussed. We then look at his methods of abstraction and distraction, his immersion in lengthy chemical experiments, and then his intense concentration. Finally his vices.
The section draws on A Study in Scarlet, The Sign of Four, The Hound of the Baskervilles, The Abbey Grange, The Copper Beeches, The Norwood Builder, Silver Blaze, The Valley of Fear, The Boscombe Valley Mystery, The Mazarin Stone, The Man with the Twisted Lip and The Yellow Face.

Part Two – A Case in Logic

This looks at the science of logic and Rai suggests that if you read these pages you will be able to infer the possibility of a Niagara or an Atlantic from the knowledge of a single drop of water (as Holmes suggests in A Study in Scarlet). The heading of the one of the sections in Part One – Five Pillows and an Ounce of Shag – would be an appropriate setting for reading this section.
Again Rai draws heavily on the Canon to illustrate the application of logic including A Study in Scarlet, A Scandal in Bohemia, The Copper Beeches, The Yellow Face, The Sign of Four, Silver Blaze, The Norwood Builder, The Boscombe Valley Mystery and His Last Bow.
If you have ever wondered what the difference is between deduction and induction, what categorical propositions, categorical syllogisms, disjunctive syllogisms and the inductive force are then this section should make it all clear!

Part Three – The Observation Ritual

You see but you do not observe must be Holmes most common admonition, of me at least. This section deals with the need for acute and meticulous observation of detail. This is about turning the familiar saying about not being able to see the wood for the trees on its head and carefully observing the trees, branches and leaves before jumping to conclusions about the wood.
In this section he draws on The Norwood Builder, The Blue Carbuncle, The Stockbroker’s Clerk, The Hound of the Baskervilles, The Reigate Squire, The Sign of Four, The Golden Pince-Nez, The Dancing Men, The Resident Patient, The Valley of Fear, The Speckled Band, The Yellow Face, and of course, A Study in Scarlet, with the unforgettable “You have been in Afganistan, I perceive”.

Part Four – The Sign of Holmesian Deduction

This section takes two of our cases – The Beryl Coronet and The Musgrave Ritual – and looks at how Holmes brings all his skills to bear on a particular problem.
As with most of our adventures, they follow a common pattern. The client arrives at states the nature of the case. Then there is the initial analysis of the problem from the facts known at that point. This indicates the need for further investigation before the denouement.

Epilogue – Real World Application

The final section gives us a real world example and takes us through the same stages as in Part Four.

In Summary

Even after many years working alongside Holmes on innumerable cases, I still struggle to apply his methods and get the results he can so easily obtain. Perhaps this is a question of innate ability coupled with intense practice. He has dedicated his whole life to it and perhaps that is what gives him the edge.

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Kali ini, Neelofa tampil lebih gah dan berani apabila menghadiri majlis anjuran Habib Jewels dengan memperaga pakaian ‘ala-ala berkemban’.
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Penulis sendiri tidak pasti sama ada pemilihan pakaian itu adalah ditetapkan oleh penganjur program berkenaan atau Neelofa sendiri yang membuat keputusan untuk berpakaian sebegitu.
Kredit kepada Habib Jewels kerana bijak memilih model untuk memperagakan koleksi berlian syarikat itu.
Nampaknya, Neelofa boleh dikategorikan sebagai selebriti wanita Malaysia yang berani berpakaian sebegitu.
Mana tidaknya, dengan kulit yang halus lagi putih, susuk tubuh yang menarik serta senyuman yang manis, pastinya membuatkan dia berani tampil sebegitu.