Before starting web design you should have a final product in mind and should be very good at seeing what types of layouts you want. Once you have designed your website get the slice tool it's located I suggest that you select all the slices and turn them into PNG files so that transparency is possible you do that in the box that pops up British coursework writer uk. And then hit export save then Photoshop does all the coding for you but I do suggest that you learn HTML/CSS to make use of DIV tags which are better than the table format Photoshop uses.
"Greed is good", a dialog from a Hollywood Wall-Street movie played by Michael Douglas. I doubt this greed will ever get you a cure for cancer. Prolong sickness with TREATMENT is the call of the day.
Other than the childhood Leukemia (and to some extent, adult one too) no cancer has a cure yet. Only success is approximate cause and prevention. Anti smoking campaign and discontinuation of estrogen supplement for women are a few good stories.
All of my loved ones with cancer died within two years of diagnosis. Three were very close to me in their 50s, 60s and 70s. No one went to "doctor Chopra", your Neem Hakim. You may have some good cancer stories to share. But I have a conspiracy theory about those.
Over-diagnosis, over-prescription and placebos are the prime factor in modern healthcare. Autopsies of accident victims show that majorities of women in 40's had cancer cells in their breast and men of 50s had cancer cell in their prostates. These cells do not harm a person until a process of angiogenesis kicks in. Who know the placebo (cured) cancer patient actually had a benign/ inactive cancer and was treated for no reason.
"They" say early detection is the key to a successful cancer treatment. But how an early detection can be done is also a myth. In the US, healthy people go to a doctor once a year for physical checkup. Most deadly cancers show their symptoms in six month. By then it is already stage three. Only way you can detect cancer early is to go under a CT scan every three months. But CT scan might itself expose you to cancer.
Please watch this. The last part is the placebo promise what Imtiaz Sahib has mentioned, which I agree with him.
Cancer: The Emperor of All Maladies
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Practice what you preach dear!!!
ہے ، غزالی کے دور میں کافی اس طرح کا سازو سامان مجود تھا منجیکیں ،
Wah bay wah
Comparing and mathing mangan-iq to WMD is like suraj ko charagh dikhana
Khaan raja bhoj aur kahan ganggo tailee tere jausa who does not accept moon landing
Abay jo math accept nahikarta wo pajama upside down paihanny ki try karta hay aur gir jata hay
Some IT companies approached Bharat for hiring of IT professionals. When told about the emolument packages, the Bharati youths simply regretted the offer of the American firms telling them that they get paid more or less similar amounts of emoluments in Bharat. The public of Bharat has begun to enjoy high standard of living. Now the American amounts of emoluments are no longer attractive to them.
You rightly pointed out, that initially it can be used for transporting medicines and medical apparatus and also for rapid courier.
Probably later it would be very commonly used among the code sharing couriers.
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This particular technology would not work for Diesel powered vehicles. I thought they would look into detecting the ‘suicide’ explosive and not disabling every passing vehicle - the 3rd world way. Almost all technologies comes from the western world. Computers, including networking equipment, weapon systems already have embedded backdoors to sneak into and render them useless at will. Why not all vehicles have similar stuff. No need to have complicated constraining system. Just a battery powered cell phone would do the job.
How about using this system from Raytheon:
Beware, same technology (low intensity Millimeter Wave Beams) is being used at the airports to do complete body scan. Mm radio waves, which are beyond microwaves in the spectrum, travel on the surface. Wait for the frequent flyers to have elevated skin cancer rate in the next twenty years.
Those who do not believe that man landed on moon, will not be able to comprehend as to how man made thing has flown past the solar system. In fact they do not know what solar system is, in the first instance.
Invading Kafirs to collect women and wealth.
A lesson for Sheikh Sahab:
Muhammad and conquest of Mecca
Muhammad was born in Mecca in 570, and thus Islam has been inextricably linked with it ever since. He was born in a minor faction, the Hashemites, of the ruling Quraysh tribe. It was in Mecca, in the nearby mountain cave of Hira on Jabal al-Nour, that, according to Islamic tradition, Muhammad began receiving divine revelations from God through the Archangel Gabriel in 610 AD, and advocated his form of Abrahamic monotheism against Meccan paganism. After enduring persecution from the pagan tribes for 13 years, Muhammad emigrated (see Hijra) in 622 with his companions, the Muhajirun, to Yathrib (later called Medina). The conflict between the Quraysh and the Muslims, however, continued: The two fought in the Battle of Badr, where the Muslims defeated the Quraysh outside Medina; while the Battle of Uhud ended indecisively. Overall, Meccan efforts to annihilate Islam failed and proved to be costly and unsuccessful. During the Battle of the Trench in 627, the combined armies of Arabia were unable to defeat Muhammad's forces .
In 628, Muhammad and his followers wanted to enter Mecca for pilgrimage, but were blocked by the Quraysh. Subsequently, Muslims and Meccans entered into the Treaty of Hudaybiyyah, whereby the Quraysh promised to cease fighting Muslims and promised that Muslims would be allowed into the city to perform the pilgrimage the following year. It was meant to be a ceasefire for 10 years. However, just two years later, the Quraysh violated the truce by slaughtering a group of Muslims and their allies. Muhammad and his companions, now 10,000 strong, marched into Mecca. However, instead of continuing their fight, the city of Mecca surrendered to Muhammad, who declared peace and amnesty for its inhabitants. The pagan imagery was destroyed by Muhammad's followers and the location Islamized and rededicated to the worship of God. Mecca was declared as the holiest site in Islam ordaining it as the center of Muslim pilgrimage, one of the faith's Five Pillars. Then, Muhammad returned to Medina, after assigning Akib ibn Usaid as governor of the city. His other activities in Arabia led to the unification of the peninsula.
Muhammad died in 632, but with the sense of unity that he had passed on to his Ummah (Islamic nation), Islam began a rapid expansion, and within the next few hundred years stretched from North Africa into Asia and parts of Europe. As the Islamic Empire grew, Mecca continued to attract pilgrims from all across the Muslim world and beyond, as Muslims came to perform the annual Hajj pilgrimage.
Mecca also attracted a year-round population of scholars, pious Muslims who wished to live close to the Kaaba, and local inhabitants who served the pilgrims. Due to the difficulty and expense of the Hajj, pilgrims arrived by boat at Jeddah, and came overland, or joined the annual caravans from Syria or Iraq.
How about the alternate link of RI channel in the second post?
I was hoping it would work in Pakistan.....
If not should try the proxy site @Xero posted above.
How to turn living cells into computers
Genetic system performs logic operations and stores data in DNA.
13 February 2013
Synthetic DNA can perform logic operations such as “NAND” and give out the answer by lighting up the cell with green fluorescent protein, or GFP.
Synthetic biologists have developed DNA modules that perform logic operations in living cells. These ‘genetic circuits’ could be used to track key moments in a cell’s life or, at the flick of a chemical switch, change a cell’s fate, the researchers say. Their results are described this week in Nature Biotechnology1.
Synthetic biology seeks to bring concepts from electronic engineering to cell biology, treating gene functions as components in a circuit. To that end, researchers at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) in Cambridge have devised a set of simple genetic modules that respond to inputs much like the Boolean logic gates used in computers.
“These developments will more readily enable one to create programmable cells with decision-making capabilities for a variety of applications,” says James Collins, a synthetic biologist at Boston University in Massachusetts who was not involved in the study.