Sunday, November 29, 2009

Human Sexes



Summary by abro
Desmond Morris', a well know Biologist (Zoologist), a documentary on Human Sexes: Male and Female, how they are different from each other, how different cultures and civilizations behave with each other, how different relations effect on male and female ...

Body and Brain

-Male and Female Different PHYSICALLY AND MENTALLY
-Male possesses approx. 30% more muscles (as helpful in Hunting in legend)
-Female possesses more smooth, soft and round skin body (as helpful for child baring)
-Both properties also arouses opposite sex to each other.
-Male possesses Visualizer brain. Good normally when working silently on (even deep) strategies.
-And Female is Good Verbally, she can solve matters when talks.

Masculine/Feminine Qualities

Things which make more himself/herself
Feminine Qualities
-Long Neck
-Small Feet
-Red (and possibly big) Lips
-Big Butt
-Long Hair
-EYES ***

Masculine Qualities
-Face Shaving (?)
-Bravery type works/Risk Taking


-Are we by nature monogamous or polygamous?
we have discovered around 200 different tribal societies
man has allowed to have more than one wife but interestingly
most of them they have chose to only single wife. So even we have freedom to be polygamous but we remains essentially
monogamous species.
-Polyandry ... very rare (4 out of 849 cultures)
example of one tribe of India
one woman merry a man she is supposed of all his brothers
woman face heavy duty, for man it'll never be shured which one is father of children.
-Solitary (Remote) Sex

Different Human Ceremonies
(Human Gatherings)

-Food Sharing
-Birthday (boy dominate on girls)
-Being Adult
-Friendship gathering

Mother ...

-Boys are preferred on Girls
boy inherits the family name and continue the family traditions.


-Veil: It is always assumed that wearing the veil (burqa) is Muslim in origin but this isn't the case, it was originally introduced by ancient Assyrian, the way of labeling high status females. The custom was later taken over by the male dominating Muslim countries.
-Woman Circumcision
-Grail of Chastity
-Woman Liberation ... and woman losing her Femininity.

Summary by: abro

The Human Animal


Summary by abro

Desmond Morris, a well known Biologist (Zoologist), a documentary on species called Human, how this animal is different than others from an eye as we see all other animals ...

1. The Language of the Body
Human Gesture: Facial Expressions, Hands, Feet ...

2. The Hunting Ape
Human Food: Hunting, and Modern Hunting ...

3. The Human Zoo
Human Residence: Villages, Cities, Tribes, Colonies, Territory ...

4. The Biology Of Love
Biology of Love: Attraction, Body, Sex, Mating, Parents, Children ...

5. The Immortal Genes
Mother-Child, Children ...

6. Beyond Survival
Things which make you totally different than animals,
like: clothing, art, traditions n ceremonies, games, risk taking, symbols ...


Summary by abro

Sunday, November 22, 2009

Economics in the Quran

. . . Taake Jo Log Tum Main Se Dolatmand Hyn Phir Phir Kar Dolat Unhi Mai Na Rahe . . .
Surah Hashar, Ayat 7

"7. What Allah has bestowed on His Messenger (and taken away) from the people of the townships,- belongs to Allah,- to His Messenger and to kindredand orphans, the needy and the wayfarer; In order that it may not (merely)make a circuit between the wealthy among you. So take what the Messengerassigns to you, and deny yourselves that which he withholds from you. Andfear Allah; for Allah is strict in Punishment."

(click to enlarge to read the Tashreeh)

Friday, November 20, 2009

Gold Collectors in the Quran

Surah Taubah (9), Ayat 34-35

34. O ye who believe! Lo! many of the (Jewish) rabbis and the (Christian) monks devour the wealth of mankind wantonly and debar (men)from the way of Allah. They who hoard up gold and silver and spend it notin the way of Allah, unto them give tidings (O Muhammad) of a painfuldoom,

35. On the day when it will (all) be heated in the fire of hell, and their foreheads and their flanks and their backs will be brandedtherewith (and it will be said unto them): Here is that which ye hoardedfor yourselves. Now taste of what ye used to hoard.

Who Owns Most of the World's Gold?

Who Owns Most of the World's Gold?

4% of the World Controls 12.6% of the Gold

By Luke Burgess

With gold prices getting ready to soar, we've decided to find out who owns the most bullion in the world.

It's no surprise that governments, central banks, and investment funds are world's largest holders of gold reserves. These organizations know gold is the ultimate store of value that protects against inflation and offers a safe haven during times of economic and geopolitical turmoil.

To find out who owns the most gold in the world, we referred to data from the International Monetary Fund's International Financial Statistics Report.

1. United States
Rank Owner Tonnes Share of Foreign Reserves
1 United States
8,133.5 78.3%

The United States holds the largest gold reserve in the world. With 8,133.5 tonnes, the US gold holdings are worth approximately $269.67 billion. This massive gold reserve represents about .9436 an ounce for ever person living in the country. The majority of the American gold is reported to be held in the world famous United States Bullion Depository in Fort Knox, Kentucky, although there is some controversy that suggests otherwise. The remainder of the US reserves are held at the Philadelphia Mint, the Denver Mint, the West Point Bullion Depository and the San Francisco Assay Office.

2. Germany

Rank Owner Tonnes Share of Foreign Reserves
2 Germany 3,412.6 69.5%

The Deutsche Bundesbank, Germany's central bank, is the most influential member of the European System of Central Banks. With a hefty 3,412.6 tonnes of gold reserves, which are valued at about $113.2 billion at current prices, Germany's gold accounts for almost 70% of the country's total foreign reserves.

3. IMF

Rank Owner Tonnes Share of Foreign Reserves
3 International Monetary Fund
3,217.3 n/a

The International Monetary Fund oversees the global financial system by following the macroeconomic policies of its member countries 185 member countries. It is an organization formed to stabilize international exchange rates and facilitate development and offers highly leveraged loans mainly to poorer countries. The IMF's gold policies have changed in the last quarter century, but the reserves remain in place for use in stabilizing international markets and aiding national economies. The IMF's official policy on gold as it is stated on the organization's website is governed by the following principles:

  • As an undervalued asset held by the IMF, gold provides fundamental strength to its balance sheet. Any mobilization of IMF gold should avoid weakening its overall financial position.
  • The IMF should continue to hold a relatively large amount of gold among its assets, not only for prudential reasons, but also to meet unforeseen contingencies.
  • The IMF has a systemic responsibility to avoid causing disruptions to the functioning of the gold market.
  • Profits from any gold sales should be used whenever feasible to create an investment fund, of which only the income should be used.

4. Italy

Rank Owner Tonnes Share of Foreign Reserves
4 Italy 2,451.8 66.5%

The Italian National Bank, Banca D'Italia, manages the country's large gold holdings, which account for 66.5% of its foreign reserves. With approximately 2,451.8 tonnes of gold in reserve, Italy's holdings are very close to France's and are also worth approximately $81.3 billion at current prices.

5. France

Rank Owner Tonnes Share of Foreign Reserves
5 France 2,450.7 72.6%

The Banque De France is responsible for France's gold holdings, which have been reported at about 2,450.7 tonnes by the International Monetary Fund. With the fifth largest gold reserve in the world, France's amount to about $81.3 billion, accounting for 72.6% percent of the country's foreign reserves, which is the second highest percentage of gold in foreign reserves on our top ten list.

6. SPDR Gold Shares ETF

Rank Owner Tonnes Share of Foreign Reserves
6 SPDR Gold Shares ETF 1,120.6 n/a

Originally listed on the New York Stock Exchange in 2004, SPDR Gold Shares has been one of the fastest growing ETFs in the world. SPDR Gold Shares now trade on the Singapore Stock Exchange as well as the Tokyo Stock Exchange. All of the Trust’s gold is held by the Custodian, HSBC Bank, in their London vault except when the gold has been allocated in the vault of a sub-custodian.

7. China

Rank Owner Tonnes Share of Foreign Reserves
7 China 1054.0 1.8

The world's most populous country also has the world's seventh largest gold reserve. With a population of 1.33 billion, the country holds about $26 worth of gold per person, worth a total of almost $35 billion. The Chinese gold accounts for only 1.8% of the nation's total foreign reserves.

8. Switzerland

Rank Owner Tonnes Share of Foreign Reserves
8 Switzerland 1040.1 37.1%

Conducting Switzerland's monetary policy is the Swiss National Bank, which oversees the country's 1,040.1 tonnes of gold. The gold is believed to be stored in huge underground vaults near the federal Parliament building in Berne, but the Swiss National Bank treats the location of the gold reserves as a secret. With the world's eighth largest reserve of the yellow metal, Switzerland's stockpile would fetch approximately $34.5 billion in today's gold market, accounting for 37.1% of the country's foreign reserves.

9. Japan

Rank Owner Tonnes Share of Foreign Reserves
9 Japan 765.2 2.1%

Although Japan is ninth largest gold owner in the world, its 765.2 tonnes of gold accounts for just 2.1% of the nation's total foreign reserves. On the open market, Japan's gold reserves would fetch approximately $25.4 billion and are managed by the Bank of Japan.

10. Netherlands

Rank Owner Tonnes Share of Foreign Reserves
10 Netherlands 612.5 61.4%

The Netherland central bank, De Nederlandsche Bank, oversees the Dutch national finances, including the country's 612.5 tonnes of gold reserves. The Dutch gold is currently worth over $20 billion and accounts for 61.4% of the country's foreign reserves.


The top ten largest owners of gold in the world are reported to control a total of 24,258.3 tonnes, or over 855 million ounces. At current spot prices, this gold would be worth approximately $804.35 billion and represents about 15.4% of all the gold ever mined.

We continue to urge all Gold World readers to buy and hold both gold and silver in anticipation of significantly higher precious metal prices.

Good Investing,


Luke Burgess
Managing Editor, Gold World
Investment Director, Secret Stock Files

Thursday, November 19, 2009

Socialism - A Class Example

Simple Analogy

An economics professor at a local college made a statement that he had never failed a single student before but had once failed an entire class.

That class had insisted that socialism worked and that no one would be poor and no one would be rich, a great equalizer.

The professor then said, "OK, we will have an experiment in this class on socialism. All grades would be averaged and everyone would receive the same grade so no one would fail and no one would receive an A.

After the first test, the grades were averaged and everyone got a B.

The students who studied hard were upset and the students who studied little were happy.

As the second test rolled around, the students who studied little had studied even less and the ones who studied hard decided they wanted a free ride too so they studied little.

The second test average was a D! No one was happy.

When the 3rd test rolled around, the average was an F.

The scores never increased as bickering, blame and name-calling all resulted in hard feelings and no one would study for the benefit of anyone else.

All failed, to their great surprise, and the professor told them that socialism would also ultimately fail because when the reward is great, the effort to succeed is great but when government takes the reward away, no one will try or want to succeed.

Could not be any simpler than that.

What a profound short little paragraph that says it all

"You cannot legislate the poor into freedom by legislating the wealthy out of freedom. What one person receives without working for, another person must work for without receiving. The government cannot give to anybody anything that the government does not first take from somebody else. When half of the people get the idea that they do not have to work because the other half is going to take care of them, and when the other half gets the idea that it does no good to work because somebody else is going to get what they work for,that my dear friend, is about the end of any nation. You cannot multiply wealth by dividing it."

~ Dr. Adrian Rogers, 1931

True or False ... Your are invited to comment ...

Friday, November 13, 2009

Type Zero Civilization

According to Physicists, Astronomers Human Civilizations are categorized in type 0, 1, 2, 3 and now 4 on the base of amount of usable energy a civilization has at its disposal, and the degree of space colonization.

But WE are still living in Type 0 Civilization (0.73 precisely on Kardeshev Scale)
Theory is basically proposed by the Soviet Russian astronomer Nikolai Kardashev in 1964. In general terms, a Type 1 civilization has achieved mastery of the resources of its home planet, Type 2 of its solar system, and Type 3 of its galaxy. Human civilization is currently below Type 1, as it is able to harness only a portion of the energy that is available on Earth.
But soon (within 100 years according to Kaku) we will transit to type 0 to type 1, But this transition will be fatal, and in this transition Earth will become Lifeless ...

Sagan used the formula:
Japanese-American theoretical physicist Michiuo Kaku says that the transition form type 0 to type 1 civilization could the most dangerous period that a civilization can face, mathematicians says that could be thousands of Type 1 Civilization in the galaxy, and if is so, why we have not seen them yet?

Kaku says that in one hand we have cultural tolerance, a good scientific growth, integration, but in other hand we have nuclear weapons, terrorism that works as obstacles to reaching Type I Civilization status. Perhaps no other civilization could make it to transform itself from a Type 0 into a Type I.

"In an interview with local media, Dr Kaku elaborated on his vision of mankind's future. Kaku considers terrorism one of the main threats in man's evolution from a Type 0 civilization to Type 1." (

If we are to continue to survive and evolve as a species, we must strive to control the planetary forces critical for our survival.
According to Michio Kaku, we are only 1 or 2 hundred years away from becoming a Type-1 civilization.
This will not happen unless we start now; otherwise we will go the way of all species that lose their niche.

Kaku defines:
A Type 1 civilization as one that is truly a planetary society, who has mastered all forms of terrestrial energy. Their energy output is much greater than ours. It would take at least 3,200 years to reach Type 2.

A Type 2 civilization is a civilization who have an energy output of a small star. They would be so advanced that they could build a sphere around their planet to maximize their energy output.

A Type 3 civilization is so advanced that they have begun colonizing other star systems. Their energy output is massive compared to ours. A civilization this advanced would be able to bend space and time at will. They would probably be capable of interdimensional travel and even time travel.

So where are we here on planet Earth? Well, we are Type 0. We still get our energy from dead plants. Pretty pathetic, if you ask me. I could only imagine what an advanced alien civilizations thinks of us. With our racism, wars, and class struggles we will be luck if we ever get to a Type 1. At the current rate, in my opinion the human race is headed toward extinction. ...


Toward a Type 1 civilization

by Michael Shermer, LA Times

Along with energy policy, political and economic systems must also evolve.

Our civilization is fast approaching a tipping point. Humans will need to make the transition from nonrenewable fossil fuels as the primary source of our energy to renewable energy sources that will allow us to flourish into the future. Failure to make that transformation will doom us to the endless political machinations and economic conflicts that have plagued civilization for the last half-millennium.

We need new technologies to be sure, but without evolved political and economic systems, we cannot become what we must. And what is that? A Type 1 civilization. Let me explain.

In a 1964 article on searching for extraterrestrial civilizations, the Soviet astronomer Nikolai Kardashev suggested using radio telescopes to detect energy signals from other solar systems in which there might be civilizations of three levels of advancement: Type 1 can harness all of the energy of its home planet; Type 2 can harvest all of the power of its sun; and Type 3 can master the energy from its entire galaxy.

Based on our energy efficiency at the time, in 1973 the astronomer Carl Sagan estimated that Earth represented a Type 0.7 civilization on a Type 0 to Type 1 scale. (More current assessments put us at 0.72.) As the Kardashevian scale is logarithmic -- where any increase in power consumption requires a huge leap in power production -- we have a ways before 1.0.

Fossil fuels won't get us there. Renewable sources such as solar, wind and geothermal are a good start, and coupled to nuclear power could eventually get us to Type 1.

Yet the hurdles are not solely -- or even primarily -- technological ones. We have a proven track record of achieving remarkable scientific solutions to survival problems -- as long as there is the political will and economic opportunities that allow the solutions to flourish. In other words, we need a Type 1 polity and economy, along with the technology, in order to become a Type 1 civilization.

We are close. If we use the Kardashevian scale to plot humankind's progress, it shows how far we've come in the long history of our species from Type 0, and it leads us to see what a Type 1 civilization might be like:

Type 0.1: Fluid groups of hominids living in Africa. Technology consists of primitive stone tools. Intra-group conflicts are resolved through dominance hierarchy, and between-group violence is common.

Type 0.2: Bands of roaming hunter-gatherers that form kinship groups, with a mostly horizontal political system and egalitarian economy.

Type 0.3: Tribes of individuals linked through kinship but with a more settled and agrarian lifestyle. The beginnings of a political hierarchy and a primitive economic division of labor.

Type 0.4: Chiefdoms consisting of a coalition of tribes into a single hierarchical political unit with a dominant leader at the top, and with the beginnings of significant economic inequalities and a division of labor in which lower-class members produce food and other products consumed by non-producing upper-class members.

Type 0.5: The state as a political coalition with jurisdiction over a well-defined geographical territory and its corresponding inhabitants, with a mercantile economy that seeks a favorable balance of trade in a win-lose game against other states.

Type 0.6: Empires extend their control over peoples who are not culturally, ethnically or geographically within their normal jurisdiction, with a goal of economic dominance over rival empires.

Type 0.7: Democracies that divide power over several institutions, which are run by elected officials voted for by some citizens. The beginnings of a market economy.

Type 0.8: Liberal democracies that give the vote to all citizens. Markets that begin to embrace a nonzero, win-win economic game through free trade with other states.

Type 0.9: Democratic capitalism, the blending of liberal democracy and free markets, now spreading across the globe through democratic movements in developing nations and broad trading blocs such as the European Union.

Type 1.0: Globalism that includes worldwide wireless Internet access, with all knowledge digitized and available to everyone. A completely global economy with free markets in which anyone can trade with anyone else without interference from states or governments. A planet where all states are democracies in which everyone has the franchise.

The forces at work that could prevent us from making the great leap forward to a Type 1 civilization are primarily political and economic. The resistance by nondemocratic states to turning power over to the people is considerable, especially in theocracies whose leaders would prefer we all revert to Type 0.4 chiefdoms. The opposition toward a global economy is substantial, even in the industrialized West, where economic tribalism still dominates the thinking of most politicians, intellectuals and citizens.

For thousands of years, we have existed in a zero-sum tribal world in which a gain for one tribe, state or nation meant a loss for another tribe, state or nation -- and our political and economic systems have been designed for use in that win-lose world. But we have the opportunity to live in a win-win world and become a Type 1 civilization by spreading liberal democracy and free trade, in which the scientific and technological benefits will flourish. I am optimistic because in the evolutionist's deep time and the historian's long view, the trend lines toward achieving Type 1 status tick inexorably upward.

That is change we can believe in.

Michael Shermer is an adjunct professor in the School of Politics and Economics at Claremont Graduate University, the publisher of Skeptic magazine and a monthly columnist for Scientific American. His latest book is "The Mind of the Market."


--> So will we ever succeed to transit to type 1 ?
--> Or Life after Qayamt is actually type 2..3 civilizations ...?
--> Are aliens (some kind of species who), were created first, tested, and resurrected... and living now in type 2/3 civilizations ... and sometimes visit us to check how we are going !!!
--> Is this last century ???

Further Readings:
civilization in 3 steps
Toward a Type 1 Civilization

Acheen Je Hekaar ...

Thursday, November 12, 2009

Global Warming (urdu)

Global Warming ki waja se ayendah chand salon mai dunya mai hayatiyat karib karib khatm hojayegi.

~Great Barrier Reef
2030 se 2060 tk napeed hojaygi.

~Amezon k Janglat 2050 tk mukammal tor per khatm hojayegen.

~Sehra e Sahara (ulta) apne 12000 sal purani kefiyat ki trah Sar Sabz hojayega.

~Shadeed Tareen Tofan aur Samandr ki Sateh mai Izafa k karan london new york samet bare bare shehr is sadi k ikhtitam tk gurkab shudah hogen!

~Janwaron ki jasamat chhoti hojayegi. Aur ho rahi hy. Food chain disturb hoga aur kai janwar mar jayenge.

~Indonesia k total 17500 jazair buri trah mutasir honge aur 2030 tk naqshe se mit chuke honge!

~Mahireen ka khayal hy GW k baais Dehshat Gardi Farog payegi!

~Kohe Alpas samet mutaaddid Glaciers pighal rahe hyn aur 2030-2050 dunya bhar k glaciers khatam ho chuke honge.

~Maldip pani mai doob rha hy aur ek sadi k andr samandr k andr chala jayega.
Ref. & Details: Sunday Express
[this century is the last century!]

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