Saturday, September 5, 2009

Medicine for Swine Flu H1N1

Medicine for Swine Flu H1N1

Ocimum tenuiflorum popularly called Tulasi. It is widely cultivated in southern parts of Asia for medicinal purpose. Now researchers say that Tulasi has medicinal feature to cure Pandemic disease of Swine Flu. Normally it has tendency to cure Malaria and other periodic fever. It even cures nerve pains in the body and other diseases also.

Friday, September 4, 2009

Strange disappearance of ships and planes

Strange disappearance of ships and planes

The Devil's Sea near Japan has special characteristics where it was often found strange disappearance of ships and planes mostly from United States of America. More over it is said that the compass points to true north rather than magnetic north.

Popular Theory

It is also believed that volcanic activity around the area, mostly an underwater volcano could be responsible for the disappearances.

Thursday, September 3, 2009


Similarity between President Abraham Lincoln and President John F.Kennedy.

There are at least Seven :

Abraham Lincoln was elected in 1860.John F. Kennedy in 1960. Lincoln secretary name was Kennedy.Kennedy secretary's name was Lincoln.Lincoln has been advised by his secretary against going to the theatre where he was killed.Kennedy had been advised by his secretary against going to Dallas where he was killed. Lincoln was shot in a theatre by a fellow who hid in a warehouse.Kennedy was shot from a warehouse by a man who hid in a theatre.Lincoln was killed on Friday.Kennedy too was killed on Friday.Andrew Johnson Succeeded Lincoln.Lynden Johnson succeeded Kennedy. Andrew Johnson was born in 1808.Lynden Johnson was born in 1908.


Liquid water is supposed to be the water ice and water vapor is known to exist at Mars which is considered necessary for life. The new research findings reveals about the potential for microbial life on Mars. It is now NASA suggests that two fresh deposits of several hundred yards long is seen in one of their Mission with pragmatic images.

But some argue that the atmosphere of Mars is so thin and the temperature so cold that liquid water cannot persist at the surface. It would rapidly evaporate or freeze.

Most of the reputed researchers feel that water could remain liquid long enough, after breaking out from an underground source, to carry debris down slope before totally freezing.