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What Are The Things I Learned On TLE III ?
March 25, 2011, 12:53 pm
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In TLE III I’ve learned many things by the help of our teacher Mr. Christopher Olaya. I learned  some basic operations in computer, where and when it came and who invented it. The difference between software and hardware and the relationship of it to the peopleware. And how to operate with the Microsoft word 2003, MS excel and MS Powerpoint. I also learned making my own slideshow presentation and making it more prresentable.

I learned how to use the internet and its parts with special uses. In sending an email with my classmates and adding attachments on it. And specially in creating my own blog site and posting articles on it, I also learned how to change it’s header,background and the themes.

I learned all this things because I trust my own abilities especially about the modern technology.


Second explosion at stricken Japan nuke plant
March 20, 2011, 2:20 am
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By ERIC TALMADGE and SHINO YUASA, Associated Press Eric Talmadge And Shino Yuasa, Associated Press 1 hr 19 mins ago

SOMA, Japan – The second hydrogen explosion in three days rocked Japan’s stricken Fukushima Dai-ichi nuclear plant Monday, sending a massive /said radiation levels at the reactor were still within legal limits.

The explosion at the plant’s Unit 3, which authorities have been frantically trying to cool following a system failure in the wake of a massive earthquake and tsunami, triggered an order for hundreds of people to stay indoors, said Chief Cabinet Secretary Yukio Edano.

Tokyo Electric Power Co. said radiation levels at Unit 3 were 10.65 microsieverts, significantly under the 500 microsieverts at which a nuclear operator must file a report to the government.

The blast follows a similar explosion Saturday that took place at the plant’s Unit 1, which injured four workers and caused mass-evacuations.

Japan’s nuclear safety agency said 6 workers were injured in Monday’s explosion but it was not immediately clear how, or whether they were exposed to radiation. They were all conscious, said the agency’s Ryohei Shomi.

The reactor’s inner containment vessel holding nuclear rods was intact, Edano said, allaying some fears of the risk to the environment and public. TV footage of the building housing the reactor appeared to show similar damage to Monday’s blast, with outer walls shorn off, leaving only a skeletal frame.

More than 180,000 people have evacuated the area in recent days, and up to 160 may have been exposed to radiation.

Earlier Monday, pressure had jumped inside Unit 3, forcing the evacuation of 21 workers. But they returned to work after levels appeared to ease.

Associated Press journalists felt the explosion in the tsunami-devastated port town of Soma, some 25 miles (40 kilometers) north of the reactor. They reported feeling the faint rumble of a blast and the ground shaking.

Four nuclear plants in northeastern Japan have reported damage, but the danger was greatest at Fukushima’s Dai-ichi plant. Operators have lost the ability to cool three reactors at Dai-ichi and three more at another nearby complex using usual procedures, after the quake knocked out power and the tsunami swamped backup generators.

Operators have been dumping seawater into units 1 and 3 in a last-ditch measure to cool the reactors. They were getting water into the other four reactors with cooling problems without resorting to corrosive sea water, which likely makes the reactors unusable.



The manner of this morning’s Fukushima explosion was almost identical to the one that occurred on Saturday, at the number 1 reactor, with authorities insisting that the containment building had become unable to contain the volume of hydrogen building up inside.

Japan’s nuclear authorities, and plant operator TEPCO, have insisted that the nuclear core reactor was not damaged in this morning’s explosion – just as with the number 1 reactor – and that a radiation leak is equally unlikely.

There are fears that the blast could still have significant ill-effects, however, given that authorities believe the radiation dispersed from the first explosion is the cause of unusually high readings outside the Onagawa nuclear plant around 120km away, where a precautionary state of emergency was declared yesterday.

TEPCO had previously been pumping a mixture of seawater and boron into the nuclear 3 reactor in attempts to ease its pressure, following the failure of the backup cooling systems in the aftermath of Friday’s earthquake.

Authorities have confirmed, meanwhile, that the water level in the number 2 reactor is unusually low, but remains steady. A third plant, Tokai II, is also under surveillance due to a failure of the cooling systems. (March 14, 2011)

March 16, 2011, 3:26 am
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Based  on the video the man loves the girl and do what ever the girls like  he wanted to  grow old with the girl. The guy will take care and love the girl until to death.

Together Will Get Tied
March 14, 2011, 1:52 am
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Sky is in my mind,

Sky is what I want to find,

Btu I’ve wandering if I could fly,

I want to touch the sky before I die.

Like a cloud I want to be,

I want to fly from them to thee,

Cause from the sky we will see,

Greatness of god,How great he is?

Together we will fly uphigh,

Together we will bake some pie,

Together will be in great tie,

Together will be in the sky.


That would be a great thing,

Then will alltogether sing,

Maybe I will use a sling,

We will be in great gear.


Yesterday we follow,

Today we’ll seek,

Now or never,

We will lead.

March 13, 2011, 6:50 am
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The kindest thing God ever made,

His hand of very healing laid,

Upon a fever world, is shade.


His glorious company of trees,

Throw out their mantles, are on this.

The dust-stained wanderer finds ease.


Green temples, closed against the beat

Of noontides blinding glare and heat.

Open to any pilgrim’s feet.


The white road blister’s in the sun,

Now, half the weary journey done,

Enter the rest, Oh, weary one!


And feel the dew of down still wet

Beneath thy feet, and so forget

The burning highway’s ache and fret.


This is God’s hospitality,

And who so rests beneath a tree.

Hath cause to thank hum gratefully.

March 13, 2011, 6:31 am
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Whenever I’m depressed and Gloomy

I’ll sit down under a big yellow tree.

And there, golden birds will sing to me

They’ll make me forget life’s melancholy.


Whenever I want to shout and cry

I’ll climb a mountain very high

Then I’ll stay there from morn till night

I’ll try to be calm with all my might.


When there’s a thing that’s bothering me

I’ll enter a colorful care then I’ll be free.

Free from life’s sorrows and miseries

In a care really full of mysteries.


Nothing is impossible in my lovely world.

It was really blessed by our dear Lord.

Sadness has n0 space for me.

When I in my world of fantasy.

When I Grow Up
March 6, 2011, 7:40 am
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When I grow up, I will someday

Paint a rainbow that will stay.

I’ll climb upon a mountain high

And paint a rainbow in the sky.


But there are times, I’d change my mind

I haven’t quite decided yet,

In the future what I will be

Sometimes in the hospital I love to stay.


A doctor, that’s what I want to be

And cure the poor people all for free.

But then a basket ball player, I want that, too.

And be on top as a basketball pro.


Sometimes, I’d like to be a pilot.

In those big jets, I’ll smoothly fly

In an hour, or a day or two in the sky.

All passengers inside will smile.


I haven’t quite decided yet.

In the future what I will be

Will it be possible? I wonder!

For one like me to be all three.