Begitulah cerita sore ini, kami berbicara soal mimpi kita sepulu tahun yang akan datang, kami ingin menjadi apa.
Janji kami untuk selalu berbakti kepada ayah dan bunda. Adik satu ini namanya ufi dia punya mimpi ingin menjadi dokter, Kami bedua sama-sama tinggal satu orang tua dan kita sama-sama berjanji akan selalu membuat ibunda kita tersenyum bahagia di masa tuanya nanti. Subanallah benar-benar anak sholeh. Impianmu mulia sekali adik ku.
Yang kedua, namanya Alfa dia punya cita-cita ingin menjadi astronot kelak dia akan menkadi anak desa pertama dari melung yang menginjakkan kaki nya di bulan. "Tinggikan mimpimu, kejar dan railah untuk siapapun yang menunggu untuk engkau bahagiakan"
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Kelompok 25 KKN Muhammadiyah untuk Negeri ke V di Kab. Purbalingga Jawa Tengah
"Siapa yang melarang anak desa punya mimpi besar"
Let's go.... Katakan saya berani bermimpi
Saya berani berkarya
Nasionalisme kaum muda di bangun atas dasar ide dan karya
Loc : MTS Muhammadiyah 7 Kejobong, Purbalingga
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Apabila pakar bidang perkapalan bersuara... MP Kuala Terengganu, antaranya menjadi:
1.Managing Director Mset shipbuilding corporation sdn bhd ( sykt. Perkapalan)
2.Executive Director Crucial malaysia sdn bhd
( sykt. Perkapalan)
FIM Regional Jember (Pendhalungan)
Terimakasih pembelajaran yang berharga saudara2 tetaplah seperti ini, merajut kebersamaan dalam bingkai sensitifitas sosial di antara kita. Kita punya modal spirit dan integritas untuk terus berkarya membangun pradaban
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China wasn't lying about getting ready for war ... Via: @freedom_faction - #Technocrat scientists again invent because they can, not because they need to. #Lawenforcement will be the most likely early adopter of see-through wall technology as it pursues total domain awareness on the street.
A group of researchers and students at #MIT have developed an intelligent radar-like technology that makes it possible to see through walls to track people as they move around, a development that could prove useful for monitoring the elderly or sick as well as for other applications — but that also raises privacy concerns.
Tests show that the technology, known as #RFPose , can reveal whether someone is walking, sitting, standing or even waving — and can identify individuals from a known group with a success rate of 83 percent. Its developers say it could prove useful for law enforcement, search and rescue, and — perhaps most important — health care. “We’ve seen that monitoring patients’ walking speed and ability to do basic activities on their own gives health care providers a window into their lives that they didn’t have before, which could be meaningful for a whole range of diseases,” Dina Katabi, a computer scientist at MIT and leader of the group, said in a statement.
She and her colleagues presented new research about the technology last month at a computer vision conference in #SaltLakeCity .
Katabi said doctors might use the technology to keep tabs on someone with #Parkinsonsdisease by watching for changes in gait that might indicate a looming problem. Or people might use it to monitor an elderly relative — for example, to receive an instant alert if he or she falls.
The technology, which uses artificial intelligence to interpret radio wave data, grows out of earlier work by the same group. Previous versions of the technology could detect a person’s silhouette behind a wall, but Katabi said this is the first time it’s been possible to closely track and identify people.
The heart of RF-Pose is a laptop-sized radio transmitter. The radio waves it beams out pass through walls but are reflected by human bodies because of their high water content. #Technocracy
Hello, I should probably introduce myself so you might have a better understand of my beliefs, I am economically centrist, technocratic, somewhat libertarian(I would an an extropianist according to this compass) and I am agnostic as well as a Deist.
Oh, and Pepsi>Coca Cola
-It is hard to imagine, as a person living in the twenty-first century, agreeing to surgery without hope of anesthesia. And yet, prior to the discovery of ether anesthesia in 1846, all surgeries — from minor to major or absolutely radical — were performed on people who were wide-awake, oftentimes held down on the operating table by men whose only job was to ignore the patients pleas, screams and sobs so that the surgeon could do his job.
-Doctors would spend days massaging the faces or limbs of patients on whom he was slated to operate, to desensitize them to the touch of his hands and instruments, and improved his ambidextrousness so that he could perform his surgeries twice as quickly. Other than ingesting alcohol and narcotics in sufficient doses to induce a state of analgesia, for most of its history, people in the West got through surgery with the aid of little more than forcible restraint and grit.
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-Mt. Everest might be the tallest mountain on Earth, but it's nothing compared to the tallest volcanic mountain in the solar system, Olympus Mons on our red cousin Mars.
- Olympus Mons towers 16.7 miles above the Martian surface - three times taller than Mt. Everest. With a diameter of 375 miles, Olympus Mons is part of the largest volcanic region on Mars called the Tharsis Montes. The region spans 2,500 miles across the surface of Mars and contains 12 large volcanoes that are up to 100 times larger than any volcanoes on Earth.
* What is a black hole?
- A Black hole is a place in space where gravity pulls so much that even light cannot get out. - The gravity is so strong because matter has been squeezed into a tiny space.
- Because no light can get out , people can't see black holes. They are invisible. * Formation of black hole :-
- The black hole is formed when the matter is squeezed into a tiny space. - This can happen when a start is dying. * Size of black holes :-
- Black holes can be big as well as small.
- Scientists think that the smallest black holes are as small as just one atom. These black holes are very tiny but have the mass of a large mountain.
- Another kind of black hole is called "Stellar". It's mass can be up to 20 times more than the mass of the sun .
- The largest black holes are called "Supermassive". These black holes have masses that are more than 1 million suns together. - Every large galaxy contains a Supermassive black hole at its centre. - The Supermassive black hole at the center of the Milky way is called "Sagittarius A". Sources:- Information:- @nasa
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-Born in Warsaw on 7 th November 1867, Madam Marie Curie studied at Warsaw's clandestine Flying University and began her practical scientific training in Warsaw.
-After years of research she shared 1903 Nobel prize in physics with her husband Pierre curie and with physicist Henri Becquerel .
-She won her 1911 Nobel prize in chemistry.( And became the only person to win Nobel prize in two different sciences)
-She helped in the development of the theory of radioactivity(a term that she coined), discovered two of the elements, polonium and radium.
-She died in 1934, aged 66, at a sanatorium in Sancellemoz, France, of aplastic anemia from exposure to radioactivity.
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