“Grant us a common faith that man shall know bread and peace-that he shall know justice and righteousness, freedom and security, an equal opportunity and an equal chance to do his best, not only in our own lands, but throughout the world.” – Franklin D. Roosevelt, Radio Address on United Flag Day. It is unfortunate [...]
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J. Robert Oppenheimer was the physicist that was appointed as the director of scientific research of the Manhattan Project, the American military project during the Second World War that gave birth to the world’s first nuclear bomb. 130 000 people were employed for the Manhattan Project, including many of the world’s foremost scientists and physicists. [...]
Those of us lucky enough to have a computer back in the 90′s when the Windows version we were using was either DOS or Windows 95, for sure we remember those old games like Prehistorik 2 and Mario Teaches Typing and Wolfenstein 3D that have been stealing lots of our times getting stuck in front of those bulky horizontal machine with a small 14 inch monitor in front of us. And yeah, I still remember the keyboard having a plastic cover.
More than 10 years later, I somehow remembered those games and did a quick search on Google to see if they’re still around. And they are!
Article is taken from chedet.com, written by Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad. 1. Before there was Malaya and Malaysia the peninsular was known as Tanah Melayu, or Malay Land. 2. Saying this alone would result in accusations of being racist. 3. But I need to go back in history if I am going to be able [...]
Okay, I went a bit maniac today asking Jon this one question and keep on asking him, “Why Jon, why?!” repeatedly that I think I must have annoyed him. We were in Maths class today when near the end Mr Masukor talked about how numbers are represented in calculators and computers and how dumb they [...]
Yes, and they have every reason to celebrate and rejoice. And it bothers me. Not that it’s not good that the Opposition is becoming stronger, they’ll provide a better check-and-balance system to the ruling coalition, among others. So, it’s not the fact that the Opposition wins a lot of seats that bothers me. I don’t [...]
Have you guys ever wondered how words’ spelling are constructed? From what I can fork out off my brain at this very moment is that spelling is there for us to distinguish words when we’re writing. It’s also there as a guide to how to pronounce the word. Okay, that’s fine, but what if the [...]