Aug 29, 2009


I don't really get the whole world ending thing and I knew nothing about it myself. So I thought I'd share the seven reasons and then give my opinion so lets have a conversation shall we?

Here is the Reasons:

1. Mayan Calendar

The first mob to predict 2012 as the end of the world were the Mayans, a bloodthirsty race that were good at two things:

Building highly accurate astrological equipment out of stone and
Sacrificing Virgins.

Thousands of years ago they managed to calculate the length of the lunar moon as 329.53020 days, only 34 seconds out. The Mayan calendar predicts that the Earth will end on December 21, 2012. Given that they were pretty close to the mark with the lunar cycle, it's likely they've got the end of the world right as well.

2. Sun Storms

Solar experts from around the world monitoring the sun have made a startling discovery: our sun is in a bit of strife. The energy output of the sun is, like most things in nature, cyclic, and it's supposed to be in the middle of a period of relative stability. However, recent solar storms have been bombarding the Earth with so much radiation energy, it's been knocking out power grids and destroying satellites. This activity is predicted to get worse, and calculations suggest it'll reach its deadly peak sometime in 2012

3. The Atom Smasher

Scientists in Europe have been building the world's largest particle accelerator. Basically its a 27km tunnel designed to smash atoms together to find out what makes the Universe tick. However, the mega-gadget has caused serious concern, with some scientists suggesting that it's properly even a bad idea to turn it on in the first place. They're predicting all manner of deadly results, including mini black holes. So when this machine is fired up for its first serious experiment in 2012, the world could be crushed into a super-dense blob the size of a basketball.

4. The Bible says...

If having scientists warning us about the end of the world isn't bad enough,religious folks are getting in on the act aswell. Interpretations of the Christian Bible reveal that the date for Armageddon, the final battle between Good an Evil, has been set down for 2012. The I Ching, also known as the Chinese book of Changes, says the same thing, as do various sections of the Hindu teachings.

5. Super Volcano

Yellowstone National Park in the United States is famous for its thermal springs and Old Faithful geyser. The reason for this is simple - it's sitting on top of the world's biggest volcano, and geological experts are beginning to get nervous sweats. The Yellowstone volcano has a pattern of erupting every 650,000 years or so, and we're many years overdue for an explosion that will fill the atmosphere with ash, blocking the sun and plunging the Earth into a frozen winter that could last up to 15,000 years. The pressure under the Yellowstone is building steadily, and geologists have set 2012 as a likely date for the big bang.

6. The Physicists

This one's case of bog-simple maths mathematics. Physicists at Berekely Uni have been crunching the numbers. and they've determined that the Earth is well overdue for a major catastrophic event. Even worse, they're claiming their calculations prove, that we're all going to die, very soon - while also saying their prediction comes with a certainty of 99 percent- and 2012 just happens to be the best guess as to when it occurs.

7. Slip-Slop-Slap-BANG!

We all know the Earth is surrounded by a magnetic field that sheilds us from most of the sun's radiation. What you might not know is that the magnetic poles we call north and south have a nasty habit of swapping places every 750,000 years or so - and right now we're about 30,000 years overdue. Scientists have noted that the poles are drifting apart roughly 20-30kms each year, much faster than ever before, which points to a pole-shift being right around the corner. While the pole shift is underway, the magnetic field is disrupted and will eventually disappear, sometimes for up to 100 years. The result is enough UV outdoors to crisp your skin in seconds, killing everything it touches.

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Aug 20, 2009

Music - Aadhavan songs

Cast: Surya, Nayantara, Rahul Dev, Saroja Devi & Vadivelu
Direction: K. S. Ravikumar
Production: Udhayanidhi Stalin
Music: Harris Jayaraj
Lyricis: Vaali , Pa. Vijay, Thamarai, Na.Muthukumar & Kabilan

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  • Hasile Fisile -Karthik, Harini, Burn, Maya
  • Yeno Yeno Panithuli – Shail Hada, Sudha Ragunathan, Andrea
  • Dammaku Dammaku – Benny Dayal
  • Vaarayo Vaarayo – Unnikrishnan, Chinmayee, Mega
  • Dekho Dekho – Suvi Suresh, Sandhya, Sri Charan
  • Maasi Maasi – Mano, Mega


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Aug 19, 2009

Teachers Day Celebration Begins

The Chemical engineering department (Anna university) takes pride in being the only one which celebrates Teachers Day to honour the faculties of chem department.The celebration for this year has begun with filming a short movie,preparing posters,etc.,Every year a magazine named Aurora is released .For this year's magazine articles can be sent to "".Best articles will find their way in the magazine after being approved by committee members.Do send in your articles as soon as possible.

Famous Sayings About Teachers
  • "Teaching is not a lost art, but the regard for it is a lost tradition." - Jacques Barzun
  • "Good teachers are costly, but bad teachers cost more." - Bob Talbert
  • "The true teacher defends his pupils against his own personal influence. He inspires self-distrust. He guides their eyes from himself to the spirit that quickens him. He will have no disciple." - Amos Bronson Alcott
  • "A good teacher is like a candle - it consumes itself to light the way for others." -Anonymous
  • "Teaching is leaving a vestige of one self in the development of another. And surely the student is a bank where you can deposit your most precious treasures." - Eugene P. Bertin
  • "The mediocre teacher tells. The good teacher explains. The superior teacher demonstrates. The great teacher inspires." - William Arthur Ward
  • "A teacher's purpose is not to create students in his own image, but to develop students who can create their own image." - Anonymous
  • "What the teacher is, is more important than what he teaches." - Karl Menninger
  • "The dream begins with a teacher who believes in you, who tugs and pushes and leads you to the next plateau, sometimes poking you with a sharp stick called truth." - Dan Rather
  • "In teaching you cannot see the fruit of a day's work. It is invisible and remains so, maybe for twenty years." - Jacques Barzun
  • "Teaching is the profession that teaches all the other professions." - Anonymous
  • "The best teachers teach from the heart, not from the book." - Anonymous
  • "A teacher affects eternity; he can never tell where his influence stops." - Henry Brooks Adams
  • "Teachers, I believe, are the most responsible and important members of society because their professional efforts affect the fate of the earth." - Helen Caldicott
  • "Better than a thousand days of diligent study is one day with a great teacher." -Japanese proverb
  • "The whole art of teaching is only the art of awakening the natural curiosity of young minds for the purpose of satisfying it afterwards." -Anatole France
  • "Those who educate children well are more to be honored than parents, for these only gave life, those the art of living well." - Aristotle
  • "A gifted teacher is as rare as a gifted doctor, and makes far less money" - Anonymous

Aug 18, 2009

Movie:Horton Hears a Who

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IMDB Rating : 7.3/10

One day, Horton the elephant hears a cry from help coming from a speck of dust. Even though he can't see anyone on the speck, he decides to help it. As it turns out, the speck of dust is home to the Whos, who live in their city of Whoville. Horton agrees to help protect the Whos and their home, but this gives him nothing but torment from his neighbors, who refuse to believe that anything could survive on the speck. Still, Horton stands by the motto that, "After all, a person is a person, no matter how small……

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Aug 14, 2009

Anna University - Grading system

Grade Points Results
S 10 Pass
A 9 Pass
B 8 Pass
C 7 Pass
D 6 Pass
E 5 Pass
U 0 Fail

Gpa =[ Sum(no.of credits for that particular subject*the points obtained for that subject)]/[total no.of credits]

Wallpaper - Dark

Movie - Alice in wonderland

Director : Tim Burton

Cast : Johnny Depp / Helena Bonham Carter / Alan Rickman / Ann Hathaway

Plot : 19-year-old Alice returns to the magical world from her childhood adventure, where she reunites with her old friends and learns of her true destiny: to end the Red Queen's reign of terror.

Ebook - Organic Chemistry

"Do any chemists or (pre-med students) who graduated in the last 40 years not tremble when they hear the phrase 'Morrison and Boyd'? More than 2 million students have used this book, now in its sixth edition."
—From Chemistry, Spring 2001 issue in which R.T. Morrison and R. N. Boyd's Organic Chemistry was named one of the Silver Shelf winners in "The Great Books of Chemistry."
--Organic Chemistry
"Do any chemists or (pre-med students) who graduated in the last 40 years not tremble when they hear the phrase 'Morrison and Boyd'? More than 2 million students have used this book, now in its sixth edition."
—From Chemistry, Spring 2001 issue in which R.T. Morrison and R. N. Boyd's Organic Chemistry was named one of the Silver Shelf winners in "The Great Books of Chemistry."

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Aug 13, 2009

Ebook - Material science

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Ebook - Vector Mechanics for engineers- beer and Johnston

For the past forty years Beer and Johnston have been the uncontested leaders in the teaching of undergraduate engineering mechanics. Over the years their textbooks have introduced significant theoretical and pedagogical innovations in statics, dynamics, and mechanics of materials education. At the same time, their careful presentation of content, unmatched levels of accuracy, and attention to detail have made their texts the standard for excellence. The new Seventh Edition of Vector Mechanics for Engineers: Statics continues this tradition.The seventh edition is complemented by a media and supplement package that is targeted to address core course needs for both the student and the instructor.

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Movie: The Lovely Bones Trailer

Director : Peter Jackson

Cast : Mark Wahlberg / Rachel Weisz

Plot :
Based on the best selling book by Alice Sebold, The Lovely Bones is the story of a 14-year-old girl from suburban Pennsylvania who is murdered by her neighbor. She tells the story from Heaven, showing the lives of the people around her and how they have changed all while attempting to get someone to find her lost body.

Ebook - Thermodynamics-an engineering approach

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Ebook- Physical chemistry

This book is excellent for chemistry undergrads and postgrads. It is quite a hard read and you need to pick out the small part that you need to know about because it is written in detail. However the small details you select from this book aid your overall understanding of physical chemistry and is very helpfull. I think this book is written to a level which is higher than a chemistry degree. I used this book in my first year at university as an chemistry undergrad and found it extremly helpful.(Books are torrent files)

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Counselling or Confusing

Tamil Nadu Engineering Admissions -09 had a few new features like extra food counters ,bank staals,ebook stalls and more than all of this an Educationa Fair, which i believe i totally unnecessary.In the fair, u find stalls of some unknown colleges which are owned especially by big shots of this society.Students finishing their high school ,after a great strain and updated information on the availability of seats decide the college they wish to join , before they come for counselling.But, once they enter the university premises, they are subjected to lot of disturbance which is not good at a very important moment like this. A student walking in for counselling is targeted by representatives of so many colleges,they are persuaded to join the particular coll they are talking about and he/she would have pamplets of around 20 different colleges before they reach the counselling hall.This would bring more pressure to the student and also to their parents.There are hoardings in the university that says, course and college once decided cannot be changed. So to avoid any mishaps in a life-deciding decision ,the authorities should take necessary action to avoid this.

Hope there is not an Education Fair next year to confuse the students and let them take their decision hassle free!

Aug 7, 2009

The Mayan Calender

Mexico is a strange country that contains many secrets. On March 4 1519 Hernan Cortes, with 11 ships, 600 foot soldiers, 16 horses and some artillery landed on the coast near what was to become Vera Cruz. By August 13 1521 he had conquered the Aztec Empire, the most powerful state in all of the Americas. Part of the reason for his success was a case of mistaken identities, the Indians believing that he was a god named Quetzalcoatl whose return had long been prophesied.

The Spanish for their part were both fascinated and appalled by what they found in this 'New World'. To them the indigenous religion, which included human sacrifice on a grand scale, was both barbarous and satanic. Accordingly they set about destroying it without trace. Whole libraries of colourful bark-books were burnt and those natives who did not die from disease, hunger and over-work were forcibly converted to Catholicism.
Fortunately not all the Spanish were as unsympathetic towards the Indians as Cortes. A few, such a friar named Bernadino Sahagun, made friends with the natives and attempted to record for posterity their traditional beliefs and ideas. He discovered that central to their philosophy was a belief in the cyclical nature of time and an awesome fear that one day, possibly sooner rather than later, their world would come to an end. It seems that they believed that the sun, which they nourished with their sacrifices, would one day no longer send its life force, thereby bringing to an end the fifth and last age of man. They counted the days according to two calendars, one a "vague" year of 365 days and the other a shorter cycle of 260 days. Every day had two names, one according to each calendar so that the same combination of names would not recur for 52 years. When one of these 52 year time periods, known as an Aztec century, came to an end they would leave their cities and, going up into the surrounding hills, anxiously watch the stars. The sign they were looking for was the Pleiades star-group, symbolising for them a cosmic snake's rattle, crossing the southern meridian at midnight. This, they believed, meant that the heavens had not stopped turning and the sun would rise again. The Aztecs celebrated the birth of this new 'century' with rejoicing and the lighting of fires, symbolising the rebirth of the world.

Most native Meso-American documents were destroyed in the early years of the Spanish occupation but a few priceless books and relics did survive the destruction, either having been hidden by the Indians or exported back to Europe as presents for the King. The most important of these was what is now called the Dresden Codex, named after the town in whose library it was lodged. This strange book, inscribed with unknown hieroglyphs, was written by Maya Indians who once ruled over much of Central America, the ruins of their once grand civilization littering the jungle. In 1880 a brilliant, German scholar, who was working as a librarian in Dresden, turned his attention to this codex. By a process of extraordinary detective work he cracked the code of the Mayan calendar making it possible for other scholars and explorers to translate the many dated inscriptions to be found on buildings, stelae and other ancient Mayan artefacts. He discovered that the Dresden Codex itself was concerned with astronomy providing detailed tables of lunar eclipses and other phenomenon. These were so accurate that they put our own calendar to shame. He also found evidence for a curious "magic number"- 1,366,560 days, which could be factorised in a number of ways and which harmonised the cycles of Venus and Mars with two "yearly" cycles also used by the Maya: the sacred tzolkin of 260 days and the Haab of 365 days. However, he also found that they had another system of counting the days relative to a starting date, called the Birth of Venus and now known to be 13 August 3114 BC. This calendar was divided into "months" or uinals of twenty days, "years" or tuns of 360 days and longer periods of 7200 days, the katun and 144,000 days, the baktun. The number 13 was magically important to them and they believed that, starting from the Birth of Venus, after 13 of these longest periods, or baktuns, the world would come to an end. Working from their start date this Mayan Prophecy points to a date in our own time, 22 December 2012.

In 1986 Maurice Cotterell put forward a revolutionary theory concerning astrology and sun cycles. He had for some years suspected that the sun's variable magnetic field had consequences for life on earth. The sun has a complex field which loops and twists itself into knots. It has long been suspected that these loops give rise to sunspots, which are dark blemishes on the sun's skin. The number, size and location of sunspots are constantly changing and as a former Radio Officer, Cotterell was well aware that they have profound effects upon the earth's magnetic envelope, the magnetosphere. Whilst working as Head of Electrical and Communications Engineering (Estates) at Cranfield Institute of Technology, he devised a program that would compute the relationship between the sun's magnetic field and the Earth. As expected his model predicted that there should be a sunspot cycle of roughly eleven and a half years, closely corresponding to what has been observed over several centuries. However, he also found graphic evidence for longer cycles including a period of 1,366,040 days. His work took a new turn when he read about the Mayan super number from the Dresden Codex: 1,366,560 days. This was exactly two 260 day cycles larger than his theoretical sunspot period. He therefore proposed that the two were related. As his earlier work on what he called Astrogenetics indicated that human fertility was dependent on the presence of sunspots, he now had evidence that the Mayan calendar was not arbitrary but was based on a knowledge of the effects of sunspots. This explained the near obsession they had for long cycles of time and their belief in the rise and fall of four previous ages of man.
Travelling in Mexico, Cotterell extended his ideas and gave them a public airing on television. After giving a lecture at the Voluntary Cultural society, he was awarded a medal by the wife of the President. By now his work included some very esoteric investigations into the 'Lid of Palenque', a mysterious sarcophagus cover made famous in the 1960s by Eric von Däniken, who believed it showed the picture of an ancient astronaut. Cotterell now identified the lid as a graphic representation of Mayan philosophy and as containing many hidden messages and codes.
In 1994 he met up with Adrian Gilbert, who had recently co-authored a book on the Egyptian pyramids called The Orion Mystery. Gilbert too went to Mexico and was fascinated to discover the extent to which the ancient Mexicans venerated the rattlesnake. He discovered some curious cultural similarities between the early Maya and the ancient Egyptians, even though their civilizations are separated by millennia. Whereas the Egyptians studied the movements of the Hyades, Orion and its companion star Sirius, the Maya were more interested in the nearby Pleiades star-cluster. They viewed it as the warning rattle of a great cosmic serpent, which seems to have corresponded to the ecliptic. The head of this serpent was the sun and they believed that it was the source of all life on earth.
The Maya, like the Aztecs, believed there had been four ages prior to our own. Gilbert was able to relate the first of these to Atlantis and investigated certain prophecies relating to this fabled civilization. It seems that the serpent religion, which the early Spanish conquistadors attempted to eradicate, may well owe its origins to survivors of this lost race, some of whom went to Egypt and some to Central America. The original Quetzalcoatl, whose name means 'plumed serpent' and who was identified with the planet Venus, probably lived at the start of the fourth age, around 3114 BC and initiated a highly ethical religion of penance. This later degenerated into human sacrifice: physical hearts instead of emotions being offered to the sun. Other prophets of the same name lived later and Cortes was mistaken for his reincarnation. The Mayan calendar points to 22 December 2012 as being the end of our present age. Changes around that time to the sun's magnetic field could have consequences for us all. Perhaps we are already witnessing the beginnings of this change with the desertification of more and more land. This seems to have happened in a more localised way at the time of another sun spot minima, leading to the collapse of the Mayan civilization. Their ruined, jungle cities are a warning to us all.

Wrong Decision Made

The college heads have come up to the decision of making the topper of the class as the REPRESENTATIVE whose period will last for one whole year(irrritating).A representative should be a person who could organise ,communicate and co-operate with both the students and the faculties,but now If u wish to be the rep u need not possess any leadership qualities ,just memorising everything in book and getting high score is more than enough.As always known all the studious fellows do not turn out to be good leaders.
Now this decision of the institution have chosen wrong representatives for the class.Though the decision taken by the institution has some facts to back it up,this idea is a great disaster.A students' representative should be chosen by the students and not by the faculties.The feedbacks for this decision is negative from all the departments.We cant tolerate this.More than that,as we all feared the reps are not actually being representatives.Hope the institution get the feedback from the students, analyse its flaws and change this over to the old ways!
Hope this darkness evades and the bright light fall upon us................................


Amazing soundtarck by Hans zimmer.............i listen to only these when i go to college in the bus....
cant miss these actually...........01 - 160 BPM - Hans Zimmer  
02 - God Particle - Joshua Bell, Hans Zimmer  
03 - Air - Joshua Bell, Hans Zimmer   
04 - Fire - Joshua Bell, Hans Zimmer  
05 - Black Smoke - Hans Zimmer  
06 - Science and Religion - Joshua Bell, Hans Zimmer  
07 - Immolation - Hans Zimmer  
08 - Election by Adoration - Joshua Bell, Hans Zimmer   
09 - 503 - Joshua Bell, Hans Zimmer

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Movie :The Half Blood Prince

All The Least Important Parts of the Book in Movie Form

This film has possibly the worst ending of any HP film, and wandered the furthest from the books. If you are a fan of the books, this is for you:

Remember that cool battle at Hogwart's at the end of the book? It's not here. None of it.

Remember the important plot setup with the tiara? Not here.

Remember all the background and memories about Tom Riddle? Not here.

Remember Bill Weasley? Not here.

Remember Bill getting wounded by a certain werewolf? Not here.

Remember Fleur? Not here.

Remember Snape's important parting words to Harry? Not here.

Remember the funeral? Not here.

Remember the touching conversation Harry had with Ginny at the end? Not here.

Remember Scrimgeour? Not here.

Remember the Burrow burning down? No? Oh, because that IS here.

In short, this film is great if all you took out of the book was the romance and funny bits. If you're more invested in the bigger story, you'll be disappointed.