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2012-10-31 by Diaw, mail{at}
Thanks Bu saya senang sealki . ternyata saya masih bisa komunikasi dengan guruku, teman dan lain-lainnya. Bu. saya sekarang masih ada di Surabaya. kalau boleh tahu alamat lengkapnya dimana bu.
2012-10-31 by Lee, osbfo{at}
ada ada aja nih klo yang aku tau tu kata aslinya dari spoor..(bener kata mas ridu).klo dari sisi keaneawhn (sekali2 gak kemanusiaan terus), spoor berarti sebuah tanda yang berupa jejak atau sesuatu yang dijatuhkan ke tanah(pokoknya jadi tanda deh).nah, spoor tersebut dapat digunakan untuk meneliti jenis hewan apa yang ada di kawasan tersebut, bisa juga buat mbuntutin tu hewan, semisal untuk dokumentasi, tu juga bisa..Tapi klo urusan spoor yang sepur sih aku gak tau banyak.hehehe
2012-10-30 by Mena, admin{at}
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2012-10-29 by TaeRyeon, lyj{at}
Hello! Not sure what you mean by new rocks? Gravel? Ornamental river rocks?New gravel can make the water go cdlouy and smelly. Just imagine that all those rocks have just come from the bottom of a river someone under all the sediment and breaking down protiens from everything that has fallen into the water. An we all know no matter how many times we clean new gravel we still get a milky coolour in the water.If its is new ornamental rocks, they shouldn't be giving off any smell or colour. Best thing to do is water change and keep the tank cycling. Don't add any fish till your Nitrate, Nitrite, Ammonia and PH tests are fine.Also take note of where you got the rocks from, were they bleached and cleaned prior to going in the tank? Are they an unsuitable rock for the aquarium like bushrock? Check the suitability with a local fish store or do a search online if you are unsure. New ornaments shouldn't give off a smell, as they are glazed.I hope this helps!
2012-10-12 by Jethro, amorc-zg{at}
Got my first letter yesadrety! Loved it. I feel like I am a part of something great that is just starting to happen. Feeling a strange sense of community around it all. Maybe you're on to something here! Who would have ever thought that people would actually print out words on paper just to have it sent through the mail to another person's mailbox. Next thing you know, peoe will be growing their own food and walking or riding bikes everywhere. It'll never work, damn progress.
2012-10-10 by Deivin, info{at}
science has anything to do with this.Our cadaelnr traditions come from the Greek and the Romans (with influence from the Egyptians).However, far before that, the biggest celebrations of northern latitude people was the winter solstice, or more precisely, when it could be observed that the sun had started back on its northerly trek after the longest night (a few days after the solstice).This was the purpose of many of the henges (including Stonehenge) in what is today UK, at least 4000 to 5000 years ago.With such instruments, you could not tell the exact declination of the Sun, but you could tell when the azimut of sunset had started its northerly movement, by noting when the azimut changed by the sun's apparent diameter (half a degree). This was 4 or 5 days after solstice (around December 25 yet, I believe that the coincidence is not a coincidence).In may civilizations, the year began with this observations. The Mayan cadaelnr (now made famous by doomsayers and hoaxers) uses the winter solstice as the start of the year.In Rome, the civil cadaelnr began the year in March (that is why September litterally means 7th month) because that is when the War season began. Before that, the roads and field were too muddy to wage efficient wars.However, the Roman religious cadaelnr began in January (Janus, the two-faced god, could see the past and the future he was also the god of doors, being able to see both sides at once). Rome had all kinds of celebrations around that time of year: the return of the armies (bringing Peace on Earth after a fashion), the war trophies being given by the soldiers (gift giving), the orgies, the eating of too much food and of exotic foods (brought back by the armies) and, of course, the solstice, with its practice of lighting candles and bonfires to chase away the long night (Christmas lights).When the Christian Church took over (4th century) they tried to ban such celebrations. When they could not, they tried replacing them with Christmas (even though they already knew that Jesus was not born in December or January) and Circumcision enough to make a grown Roman cringe.The New Year (civil and religious) was moved to December 25 (actually, to sunset at the end of December 24).Still, people partied on and had fun (how could they! Fun was a sin! the World was about to end). So the new year was moved around, until it ended up at Easter.Easter is a movable feast. So those who wanted a fixed date tried to move it to April 1 and that worked for a while, but with some popes switching it back to Easter and others returning to April 1 (and other dates were tried). This continued for a long time until a king of France changed it to January 1 (to make accounting easier and, more importantly, to place it in the middle of winter, when nothing important was going on). The practice quickly spread to the entire Christian world, as this king had the support of the pope (maybe it was the other way around ). Considering the knowledge and tools of the era, a henge was a scientific tool used to determine (as close as was possible then) the date that the sun started moving north. Therefore, it was a scientific way to determine the start of the year.Moving it to other dates for religious reasons was a move against the scientific evidence The French Revolutionary cadaelnr had the year begin at Autumn equinox. It was completely built by scientific thought: all months had 30 days, all weeks had 10 days called first day, second day, third day I'll let you guess for the rest and there were 5 free days of national holidays at the end of the year (therefore at the end of summer) when you could really enjoy 5 days off. On leap years another bonus day was added.That was the most scientific cadaelnr devised so far and it did not catch on.
2012-08-21 by Yoshitake, g.yoghotreac{at}
IMHO, Kalo masalah kuitalas daeng tdk usah dipikir karna biasanya terbentuk dari kuantitas/kebiasaan. Mau bagus ato tidak, relatif ji tergantung yang membacanya. Bagi para blogger yg penting bisa mengkritisi fenomena dr sudut pandangx dan merasa puas dgn itu maka salama' maki anjo. Hehehe
2012-08-21 by Kayleen, cboudreau{at}
All of my questions settled-tnhkas!
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2012-08-19 by Jannina, 434{at}
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2012-08-18 by Sofia, hypom{at}
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2012-07-28 by Bill, mishamasud{at}
Hi Milly,I have been meaning to reach out to you for while - I have just foednud a children's museum in Singapore with a fellow mum Jennifer Loh! We would like to invite you and all your fans on the web to our Big Draw event at the Jacob Ballas Children's Garden on the 29th November -- Check it out on Or email me on share@playeum.comDraw, paint, move, sculpt, listen and knot with over 10 local artist!

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