Wednesday, November 14, 2007
More interesting experiments, more good friends, more interesting things to talk about, the list keeps on increasing.
Now i really going to the college, unlike high school.
Saturday, November 10, 2007
I just activated complete (full featured ) internet on my mobile. Its great to access internet from mobile.
College started. Making new friends. Enjoying my life.
Bye and enjoy
Saturday, September 15, 2007
I'm joining in CMR College of pharmacy, top college in our area.
So, busy life starts again!
I'm enjoying the last days of my holidays!
Today, we are going to a film -" Shankar Dada Zindabad!!" and "Shivaji"
Friday, September 7, 2007
Monday, June 25, 2007
The study, published in the journal Science, shows about a two-point gap in average IQ scores among firstborn men and men with living older siblings.
The study included nearly 244,000 teenage men in Norway. The men, who were 18-19 years old, took an intelligence test as part of Norway's compulsory military board examination.
The researchers included Petter Kristensen, MD, PhD, MSc, of Norway's National Institute of Occupational Health.
They noted whether the young men had any older siblings, including brothers or sisters who were stillborn or died in childhood.
Firstborn men had average IQ scores that were slightly higher than second-born men with living siblings. The same was true of second-born men and third-born men with living siblings.
But strict birth order wasn't the only important factor.
Birth Order Research
Men who had an elder sibling who had died had roughly the same IQ scores as firstborn children, the study shows.
Biological birth order (which includes all children in a family, including those who have died) and social birth order (which includes all living children in a family) may be equally important with respect to children's IQ scores, note Kristensen and colleagues.
The results held when the researchers considered other factors, including the parents' education, mother's age when she gave birth, and babies' birth weight.
However, an editorial published with the study points out that before age 12, younger children tend to outscore their older brothers and sisters on intelligence tests.
"This is because the younger sibling, being linguistically and cognitively less mature, degrades the firstborn's intellectual environment, whereas the older sibling enriches the secondborn's environment," writes editorialist Frank Sulloway, PhD, of the Institute of Personality and Social Research at the University of California, Berkeley.
That pattern seems to reverse over time, perhaps because older children get an intelligence boost from being their younger siblings' informal tutors in the ways of the world, Sulloway notes.
Calling the Norwegian study "elegantly designed," Sulloway says the greatest challenge is to find other large data sets to investigate other possible explanations for the findings.
Sunday, June 24, 2007
I think whatever yahoo does, it can't beat google in anyway :D
See, i signed up in both gmail and yahoo at the same time. But if you take a look at the pic, spam messages 519 in 3 days ??! and mail messages 148 (They are also like spam, almost)!
I hate Yahoo Because...
- It gives Lots and lots of spam
- It has got animated flash ads
- The load time is lot more than Gmail
- I hate the user interface
- No arrangement of messages into chat (as gmail does)
- No Free Pop Access
- Unlimited Storage (But who cares!)
Gmail has got the most elegant email interface.. Really a great interface.
Things i love in Gmail.
- Elegant interface (I love blue)
- Fast and Accurate Search
- Free POP Access
- Arrangement of messages as chats..
- Fastest loading (Avg.. 1 sec, [Sign in to Inbox])
- No Ads, only related ads.. that too in text format
- Labels instead of Folders
- Starred items
- Lovely contacts
- Chat inside Gmail...
There is not a single thing, that i hate about Gmail.
Finally. Gmail Rocks, Yahoo Mail! Sucks. That's the conclusion
Saturday, June 23, 2007
You might be knowing this, NFSMW contains metal rock tracks as the background music for racing. I was used to listening to the metal rock songs from then! Now I am a fan of Metal Rock, but only after Michael Jackson.
One of my favorite tracks is Hyper - We Control..
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Waaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaah... Just Rocking... lol
Sunday, June 17, 2007
Taumatawhakatangihangakoauauotamateapokaiwhenuakitanatahu is the Māori name for an otherwise unremarkable hill, 305 metres high, close to Porangahau, south of Waipukurau in southern Hawke's Bay, New Zealand. The name is often shortened to Taumata by the locals for ease of conversation.
Saturday, June 16, 2007
Thursday, June 14, 2007
You'll love it for sure.
Now about my day...
Cool and a very normal day for me. No ups and downs. This day just went very smoothly.
My admission in my college is confirmed.
It was rainy day of course. Very cool weather. Today i bought a better TV tuner to my computer. Its UMAX TVision. Nice picture quality, nice sound.
As usual gotta go now... Bye.
Wednesday, June 13, 2007
And these holidays get more boring everyday..
I planned to learn music, and car driving. I can't continue my music classes because, we are moving to another place, which is far away from here. Yeah, I finished my car lessons, and i can drive pretty well now, but I have to wait till I am 18 years old, for a drivers' license. No Problem, I can wait. :)
I have to make new plans for this 3 months, may be some vacation job, or something. I'll make some arrangement so that I won't get bored. I hate boring days..
Just finished my Dinner, Its 11 PM here. Now, i go to the terrace and enjoy the night Sky till 12.00 AM.
Bye for now, Have a nice day... Keep Rocking.! :D
Sunday, June 10, 2007
All the credit goes to Mjtunes.com (The Ultimate Michael jackson Radio). Thanks Mjtunes.
The best thing is .. 2 of my remixes were aired on mjtunes.com! Isn't that great :D
The dinner tonight was Hyderabadi Biriyani! (Ummmm.. My personal Favorite).
And i created a new blog on Michael jackson, which contains all the information you want about him.. Though its in construction, there are many things you can enjoy even now. If you are interested please check it out. http://satrohraj-mj.blogspot.com
I couldn't even sleep tonight, so much energy is flowing in my body!! :D
Its 2.29 AM in India, Gotta Go now.
Enjoy everyone.... Bye
Lots of love....
Tuesday, April 10, 2007
2 Bad (Satrohraj's Music Response)
Artist > Michael Jackson (History Continues)
Remixed by Satrohraj
Album > Satrohraj Max.X
Encoded and remixed using FL Studio and Adobe Audition
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Monsoon just started in India. Today was the first rain, since 6 months. Really it was kinda violent with thunderstorms and lightening.
So far a good day for me, everything going just fine.
And from today I'm starting my study. I already said that I've EAMCET on May 4th. I should really keep going now. Else my father is going to kill me... ... Just kidding.
Well, i should really be starting now.
Friday, April 6, 2007
-- Hermann Smith-Johannson, 103-year-old cross-country skier, quoted in The New York Times, March 20, 1979.
April 3, 2007 -- The key to long life is a vivid interest in the world around you, a survey of 100-year-olds suggests.
That means people born when Teddy Roosevelt was president are watching music videos, ordering at Starbucks, and even listening to iPods, according to the poll from Evercare, a division of UnitedHealth Group focused on the health care needs of Americans aged 50 and older.
"We are finding older Americans are staying engaged and staying on top of what is going on in the world," Sherri Snelling, director of caregiving services at Evercare, tells WebMD.
Evercare's second annual telephone poll of 100 people aged 99 and older isn't a scientific study -- it's a snapshot of the attitudes of American 100-year-olds. Eighty-seven percent of survey respondents were white; 70% still lived at home; 95% were 100 or older; and 70% were women.
The point of the poll, Snelling says, is simply to look at what successful aging looks like.
"When we think about the different aspects of staying involved in the world around us, these nuggets of information are helpful to us," she says.
Some of those nuggets:
* 31% of centenarians have watched reality TV shows.
* 27% of centenarians have watched MTV or music videos.
* 1 in 7 centenarians has played video games.
* 68% of centenarians get their news from television, although 40% read newspapers.
* 11% of centenarians have ordered from Starbucks.
* When asked whom they most trust to tell the truth, 34% of centenarians chose their minister, rabbi, or priest -- just ahead of their doctor or nurse at 28%.
The most poignant finding is that 100-year-olds value their memories more than their physical comfort. When asked what they would like to change the most, 34% said "better memory" while 27% said "less aches and pains."
What was the most memorable day of their lives? Their wedding day, said 28% of centenarians.
On the other hand, 106-year-old Virginian Martha Hanks says there's no special secret to long life.
"I didn't do anything special," Hanks tells WebMD. "I just lived a normal life."
Michael Jackson in new trouble… A British Woman claims that she is the mother of all the 3 children of Michael Jackson (Prince, Prince the second, Paris). But hospital records show that Debbie is the mother of 2 of his children…
It's just like the Song Billie Jean,
"Billie Jean Is Not my Lover, She Claims I am the One, but the kid is not my Son."
Just like that, I think it's the second "Billie Jean" Case.
You Know, Being Famous is Not so Easy and Good.
Sunday, April 1, 2007
First of all Google!
Damn! They got me for a second or two!
Though i was very careful, not to get fooled, Google most got me with their Google TiSP (Toilet internet Service Provider). Thats the best Fools Day Joke Ever!
And Next Youtube, They put a video named " Youtube Secrets Revealed"...
No One gets fooled with that, but its a nice try!!
I like Pregnancy and the Real Slim shady!!