Friday, May 24, 2013
Saturday, March 10, 2012
I had been busy with my office for quite some time and could spare the time to blogs.I apologise for that. Well lot of things has happened since then.We stepped to 2012 from 2011,a little close to the predicted END OF WORLD.
My Social Highlights
My best friend got married.(End of Bachelor’s life for him by the way)
I broke up with my girlfriend(End of a long relationship-though I cant say it was all bad memories )
Bought a Sony Hx100v Camera(I am broke now)
My New Camera
Founded the Saturday Club(Please ignore the address)
St Puki Valentino left us(No he didnt passed away instead moved to Hyderabad for a greener pasture).He might be now known as Maulana **utubuddin Puki
My nephews are growing up
While I was assessing my social circle, the world on the other hand was moving towards another phase of Humanity.
Lets Quickly Check out a few Clocks and Calendars.
1.The Mayan Calendar
This is set as a reminder to popular Mayan Calendar.There is a lot of controversy as to what really is going to happen when the clock hits Zero.But one thing is for sure.There is absolutely no scientific proof about it.
They even had tossed a couple of movies about it and I have seen it all.
For those who still want to believe in this madness,here is a page from NASA where they tries to explain the facts
I know you will say its Government conspiracy to supress the facts and prevent the public from panic.But here is another one to add the punch.
We have seen it all before.But this 2012 was purely a movie gimmick created to get the movie a good gross.And they did succeed.More to follow on these.
But there is another Doomsday Clock which we are mostly ignorant of.The Nuclear Dooms Day clock.
“The Doomsday Clock is a symbolic clock face, maintained since 1947 by the board of directors of the Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists at the University of Chicago. The closer the clock is to midnight, the closer the world is estimated to be to global disaster. The most recent officially-announced setting — five minutes to midnight (11:55pm) — was made on 10 January 2012. Reflecting international events dangerous to humankind, the clock's hands have been adjusted twenty times since its inception in 1947, when the clock was initially set to seven minutes to midnight (11:53pm).
Originally, the clock analogy represented the threat of global nuclear war; however, since 2007 it has also reflected climate-changing technologies and "new developments in the life sciences that could inflict irrevocable harm."
Even i am quite tensed with this clock, and unlike the other one,this one is quite true.But that really cant mean that we abandon Nuclear Programme.Nukes are destructive I agree but they alone could be a life saver in case the right people choose to use it in the right way.As a source of Energy not as a source of destruction.
Even this clock can be averted as we can see in 1991 we moved back by 17 minutes from midnight
The obvious question that comes to our mind is whether truly we are moving slowly towards a extinction on a global scale.No one really knows the answer.And as for most of us,we are really happy and busy with our own life knowing that we cant intervene into this and better enjoy the life to its full glory,
Perhaps that's best thing to do anyway.Life as we know has different meaning for different people.But for everybody its precious and the real moving force behind our survival.Human kind tend to survive even the worst of all disasters and the next day they are once again busy to rebuild and relive.
I wont be mentioning the events here,but be assured there are more than 1000 events which could trigger human extinction.The internet is full of them.Here is a small list for my lazy friends
The question is not how we die.But rather how we lived.What did we do in our life time,the span for which is really not known.
I say, “Life is like that exam where the time limit is not known and the choices we make affects us in real time.Its important that we answer in whatever manner we choose instead of skipping for the next question”.