Thursday, November 18, 2010 | By: Rose

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Am felling good and happy today! Aside from the several task I have, my father now is in good condition. He's in diet because of his diabetes and heart enlargement.

Mantle Clock

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Blogging

Hay! blogging while searching the answers of my assignments. I feel tired but am happy because I have task today. anyway thanks to all my advertisers who trust and always giving me the opportunity.

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Getting home from school

Oh! my gosh, so pressure as a leader in school. My members are so clumsy and at the same time noisy. I can't concentrate on what I am doing. grhhhhhhhh!......
Sunday, October 17, 2010 | By: Rose

Insure Yourself

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Famous death in Bataan

The famous death march from Bataan in 1942, showing the thinning file of prisoners carrying comrades who dropped along the way.
Wednesday, September 15, 2010 | By: Rose

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This person with over 9 years of experience in the health care industry, has surgically implanted intra-spinal infusion pumps and spinal cord simulators.Wade Grindle MD has also provided outpatient and inpatient anesthesia services.Dr. Grindle recently completed the Advanced Specialty Track Fellowship at UCLA Ronald Reagan Medical Center, which was recently name #3 in US News and World Report's Annual Honor Roll of America's best medical centers.

Principles and Methods of Food Preservation

Food is preserved in various ways. Following are common methods of food preservation:

1. Heating or cooking destroys the enzymes and microorganisms that cause spoilage. Boiling temperature destroys yeast, molds and enzymes. However, not all bacteria are destroyed in cooking. Some types of bacteria are heat resistant.

2. Pasteurization is a short term food preservation method in which food is heated in a closed system, cooked fast and placed in a sealed container.

3. Canning is the process of packing food in tightly sealed tin cans or cans or canning jars and heated at a high enough temperature for a sufficient length of time to destroy harmful microorganisms that cause spoilage. However, Vitamin C and Vitamin B1, or thiamine may be lost as a result of heat processing.
Sunday, September 12, 2010 | By: Rose

Black Dating Online

Looking for a free dating sites is easy. Many are offering for free today. And Black Canadian Dating is also one that offers for free. Canadian black relationship believe the future of online dating lies in sites being tailored to particular interests, hobbies or clearly specified members need. But this can only be truly successful if managed via a large worldwide group or sites like themselves, dedicated to working to the same objectives and sharing the same growing data client.

Pricing the Merchandise

Profitability of the store of any kind of business is greatly affected by the pricing method used. Competition between or among stores should also be given consideration when pricing goods.

Different Component of Price
1. Cost- This refers to the part of the price that covers the merchandise. It is the amount paid by the retailer for the merchandise.
2. Mark Up-this refers to the part of the price which covers the expenses involved in selling the goods such as transportation, tax, etc.
3. Profit- this refers to the amount added to the item cost. This is equal to the selling price minus the cost and tax paid by the store owner.
Thursday, September 9, 2010 | By: Rose

Cheltenham Dating

After all, there is nothing more heartbreaking than finding who you thought was your perfect date and only to find they live a huge distance away. The site doesn't just take into consideration the similarities of two people, but also the geography of where you live. Personals cheltenham dating is if the profile you are looking that are real as they verify all accounts manually to make they are not spam and not going to waste your time.
Wednesday, September 8, 2010 | By: Rose

The Menu Card

The menu is displayed on the menu board or on a menu card. Food service that offers table service usually use menu cards. A menu card is a printed or written list of food items offered at a restaurant. The menu card reflects the image of the restaurant as clean, presentable and where food is palatable but affordable. The menu must be attractively displayed and well balanced. Above all the display should be legible and easy to read. The descriptive language used in menu helps customers make their choices, including unfamiliar dishes. It also enhances the appeal of the food served.
Tuesday, September 7, 2010 | By: Rose

Excreata and Sewage Disposal

Improper disposal of human excreta and sewage has been responsible for many epidemics on record which have brought sickness and death to many people.
It is one of the leading causes for the high incidence of gastrointestinal infections including intestinal parasitism in a community. Moreover, it brings about unsightly conditions and foul odors which are definite nuisance to any community.
Proper disposal of human excreta and sewage, on the other hand, protects water resources from excessive pollution thereby making them available for other legitimate water uses such as water supply, industrial use, recreational use, fish culture, etc., at relatively low water treatment costs.
Sunday, September 5, 2010 | By: Rose

Period of Pregnancy

The period of pregnancy is the period of life before the child is born, so life does not only begin at birth but from the time of contraception, which is approximately nine months before birth. The woman produces egg cell which when united with the sperm cell of the male, gives rise to a fertilized egg called zygote. At the time of fertilization, a new individual is created and the entire heredity endowment and sex are determined. The zygote now clings to the endometrium of the uterus which is a process called implantation. From there within, the mother has the sole responsibility of supplying nourishment for the developing fetus.
Friday, September 3, 2010 | By: Rose

Personal Contact Cards

I think networking cards are essential for career changes. A networking cards is just like business cards, the same size and shape and contains all your pertinent contact information including your name, phone number, email address, postal mail address, and website address, cellphone or fax numbers. In place of the name of the business and a job title, you should have your job objective and unique selling proposition. You can get the personal contact cards printed at a local print shop, at numerous places on the web, and even print them yourself using special business card paper and a template that most word-processing program supply. Printsmadeeasy.com is in good standing with the better business bureau. Their customer support staff are friendly and can remedy almost any situation.
Thursday, September 2, 2010 | By: Rose

Science Is Not Just for Scientist

Scientists ask questions about the things they observe. Do you always ask questions about what you see around you? Do you make an observation about objects, events, and phenomena and find out what patterns or trends are displayed? Whenever you ask questions and gather data about these objects and events, you are acting like a scientists. A scientists has a keen sense of observation and a logical way of gathering, organizing, and processing information. They use these basic process skills to guide them in finding solutions to problem.
Monday, August 23, 2010 | By: Rose

Job Opportunities Related to Beauty Culture

A graduate of cosmetology need not worry about employment. As mentioned, cosmetology is a much sought service today. Women of all ages and status go to beauty parlors for haircuts, make-up and other services. What the cosmetology graduate should be concerned about is his/her capability to give the kind of service desired.
The following job opportunities are available to cosmetologist:
1. manicurist/pedicurist
2. make-up artist
3. parlor attendant
4. shampoo girl
5. hair trimmer
6. hairstylist
7. beauty consultant
8. manager
9. instructress
10. cosmetic representative
11. demonstrator
12. beauty clinic attendant
Monday, August 16, 2010 | By: Rose

Factors of Responsible Parenthood

In the Philippines, having children is the fulfillment of marriage. How to adequately rear, love, take good care of and educate the children are the obligations and responsibilities that parents have to face. Preparing for responsible parenthood must take into consideration several factors are as follows:

Parental Role- Parents must not only provide physical and material needs but love, security and continuous guidance for the children to become upright, responsible and worthy members of the home and community.
2. Family relationship- Raising a family calls for a lot of interaction in the process of relating to one another. This requires discipline, training and harmonious relationship among the members. Harmonious relationship not only between husband and wife and children but with in-laws and relatives must be one of the central purpose of responsible parenthood.
3. Knowledge of child rearing- one has a better chance of rearing healthy, happy, intelligent children if parents are educated and prepared for their duties expected of parenthood.
4. Emotional adjustments- As couples enter into another realm of married life which is parenthood, they must be emotionally prepared and committed to change their life style. Couples who are emotionally adjusted stands a better chance of coping with the situation.
Friday, August 13, 2010 | By: Rose

Bedroom Dresser

When it comes to bedroom furniture, choose not only hold but can also be a beautiful piece and suits to your own style and taste. Rustic bedroom furniture, combine the beauty of red oak with the splendor of Hickory wood for a natural look even years to come. The price is affordable and the quality is high enough to a long lasting bedroom dresser furniture. Having unique bedroom designs can change the ambiance of your room, and these furniture will also serve as a bedroom decor, because it can make your room look more polished and beautiful when you select rustic style bedroom dressers.
Wednesday, August 11, 2010 | By: Rose

The Filipino Family in Relation to Culture

The socialization process which a child undergoes in the home and in the society are made up of cultural traditions which will be transmitted to the next generation. It is through the family that this customs and traditions are preserved and handed down to the next generation.
Wednesday, August 4, 2010 | By: Rose

Does Hair Coloring Damage Hair

Any process that uses chemicals on out hair causes damage. That's why we need to take extra care of our hair once we've colored it. Get a deep conditioning or hot oil treatment twice a month for maintenance. Try L'Oreal's Powerdose Treatment. You can apply styling products to your hair before blow-drying to protect hair from further damage.

Any one can color their hair, but it is not recommended for children. Their hair is still too soft, so the chemicals may be too harsh for them. They should be at an age when they can already take care of their hair. Usually, 16-year-olds can start with some highlights.
Saturday, July 31, 2010 | By: Rose

Chemistry as Science

Even among the sciences, there are distinguishing characteristics that differentiate one from the other. Although students of chemistry, biology, physics, and other related sciences all study of behavior of living and non living things, their scientific viewpoints differ. For example, in studying animals, a biologist is interested to know the physical characteristics, life cycle, and how nutrients are metabolized. A physicist may study the mechanics of motion of the limbs of the animals which allow them to run and do high jump.

A geologist will examine these forms of life found in fossils in relation to the physical nature and history of the Earth. A chemist, on the other hand, may analyze the components of the different parts of the animals. The four scientist may be studying the same animal, but their interests on the animal differ.

Chemistry is the science that studies matter. In chemistry, we are interested in knowing that animals and all living organisms are complex combination of substances, possessing the qualities of life. Matter refers to all kinds of things around us, whether alive or lifeless and whether naturally occurring synthetically prepared. The things, the objects we see, hear, taste, smell, and feel - like the trees and houses, falling rain and the telephone, fruits and beverages, flowers and soaps, sea breeze and cool air from air conditioners are different kinds of matter. In fact, everything in physical world and the whole universe consists of matter. Even our bodies - yours, all others - and mine are complex and highly organized bundles of matter.
A successful alarm dodges near the dash.
Sunday, July 25, 2010 | By: Rose

Ways of Knowing

As there are different ways of knowing (subjects or disciplines), there are also different ways of viewing our world. For example, a rainbow to a scientist is refraction and wavelength, to an artist - symmetry, color, and beauty, to a Bible scholar - a sign of God's promise, and to a child who still remembers the "rainbow story" - a pot of gold at its end.

Each meaning is valid within its own frame. It is even possible for some people to hold a scientific, as well as a traditional view. It is the facility to move from one frame to another and the appreciation of their meanings that are important. These indicate a deep level of understand. Your view of the world will be too limited if your mind is fixed only on one frame. The ability to recognize these ways of knowing and viewing events or phenomena help us to develop creativity and critical thinking.

The different ways of knowing enhance our way of living and doing things, communicating, celebrating, and all the manifold expressions of the cultural richness and complexity in the world. We strive that these endeavors will enhance our well being and the quality of our environment, and promote peace and unity.

1. According to a legend, the pineapple fruit has lots of "eyes" due to a stubborn child cursed by her parent. The curse transformed the child into a pineapple with hundreds of "eyes."
Friday, July 23, 2010 | By: Rose

My Disclosure Policy

This blog is a personal blog written and edited by me.
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This blog abides by word of mouth marketing standards. We believe in honesty of relationship, opinion and identity. The compensation received may influence the advertising content, topics or posts made in this blog. That content, advertising space or post will be clearly identified as paid or sponsored content.

The owner of this blog is compensated to provide opinion on products, services, websites and various other topics. Even though the owner of this blog receives compensation for our posts or advertisements, we always give our honest opinions, findings, beliefs, or experiences on those topics or products. The views and opinions expressed on this blog are purely the bloggers’ own. Any product claim, statistic, quote or other representation about a product or service should be verified with the manufacturer, provider or party in question.

This blog does not contain any content which might present a conflict of interest.

Wednesday, July 21, 2010 | By: Rose

Chemistry

You will begin your study of chemistry by recognizing its relevance in your life as a student. As you progress in your studies, you will learn to appreciate chemistry as one of humankind's greatest intellectual achievements. Chemistry introduces you to its scope and to some of its contributions in your daily life.

It is our aim that the study chemistry will help you to develop your ability to think critically and to solve real problems. Keen observation is important as well as using the tools of science. The scientific approach can help you become a creative and productive member of the human family.
When will a dependence racket the young cathedral?
Sunday, July 11, 2010 | By: Rose

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Friday, July 9, 2010 | By: Rose

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Oxis is developing a highly purified Ergo which is one of the most potent, multifaceted biological compounds which has good antioxidant, anti-inflammatory, neuroprotective and other protective properties. This company develop and believe that Ergo is valuable for Nutraceutical, Cosmeceutical and therapeutic judging from its capabilities to protect the body.
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Friday, July 2, 2010 | By: Rose

Make a Study Program

Plan out your day so that you can study at regular hours. You can use your vacant periods in school for studying. You can also study at home early in the morning, before supper, or in the evening before going to bed. At what time are you off from classes? What subjects are good for you to study during those periods? When you are usually free from work at home? A regular schedule for studying will help you get better results.
Wednesday, June 30, 2010 | By: Rose

Forming Effective Study Habits

Your success in school depends on how ell you study. As a student, you should study your lessons in the right way in order to learn. Poor study habits results in little learning. Effective study habits help you succeed in your school work.
Sunday, June 27, 2010 | By: Rose

Radiant Energy

Radiant energy is the energy of electromagnetic waves - radio waves, infrared rays, visible light , ultraviolet rays, X rays and gamma rays. It is emitted in all directions from a source, and it travels through matter or through space.

Radiant energy finds wide application in such appliances as a radio television and microwave oven. It is also used in X-ray examination, in ultrasound analysis, and in remote sensing to study land contours, to monitor animal migrations and pollution of waterways, to survey the distribution of remaining forests and mangrove swamps in our country, to locate mineral deposits, and other purposes. Light energy is converted to chemical energy during photosynthesis and in photography.
Friday, June 25, 2010 | By: Rose

More About Me Tag

Participants:

1. Tere-Blessing in Life 2.Yen- Me and Mine 3.Aggie - Pink and Brown Diaries. 4. Mich - Random Thoughts 5. Vannie - FunFierceFab 6. Jane - My Charmed Life 7. Abie – Women Xplore 8. Jody - In This Game of Life 9. Eds – Just Me 10. something purple 11.vanity kit 12. em’s detour 13. mind bubbles 14. In Demand Opinions 15. Sweet Lullaby 16. MJ’s Hurrah17. Buzzing Around 18. Tasteful Voyage 19. A Mom’s Note 20. moms….. check nyo 21. Technotrend 22. Ness 23.Filipino love stories 24. Lisa 25. Ester’s Daily Thought 26.Missbodybeautiful 27. My Daily Thoughts and Moods 28. Jm’s DAILY ROUNDS 29.kaYee-squeeshies life30.The True Life 31. All About Life 32.Science and Technology 33. Rose Daily Thoughts 34. Life in This World

1. What do you want for your birthday?
I wish for peace on our world today and ever. And wish for the safety of our home and my whole family. And my greatest wish of all is to have my dreams come true..please…Ü (hmmm don't know if God well grant me).......

2. Who will be your next kiss?
uhm…of course my sister they were cute and adorable! hehe…

3. When was the last time you went to the mall?
umhhhh last month before back to school

4. Are you wearing socks right now?
no...... hehehe

5. How did you spend your summer?
well, just at home

6. Have you been to the cinema in the last 5 days?
no…i watched movies in the internet only if i have time...

7. What was the last thing you had to drink?
water

8. What are you wearing right now?
sleeping attire, just wake up early morning

9. What was your last purchase?
school supplies and uniforms of us

10. What was the last food you ate?
bread

11. Who would be the person you would call if you were up in the middle of the night and couldn’t sleep?
Nobody…i don’t want to disturbed someone else…even my parents

12. Have you bought any clothing items in the last week?
yeh…

13. Do you have a pet?
yeh we have..cat boarders in our roof top. hahahaha

14. What made you laugh in the last 5 days?

My family bonding series…

15. If you could be anywhere right now, where would you be?
maybe on the mall

16. What is the last thing you purchased online?
Nothing.

17. One thing you hate about yourself?
my patience is not too long......

18. Do you miss anyone?
Yep, my friends and my cousins ...they are far from me.

19. What are your plans for the day?
want to sleep long and wake up late

20. Last person you sent message?
My friend, and parents

21. Ever went to a camp?
yes, in school

22. Are you a good student in school?

well,my conduct is not so high…hehe…

23. What do you know about the (your) future?
Don't know only God knows itT. I believe in fate..

24. Are you wearing any perfume or cologne?
yeh

25. Where is/are your best friend/s right , now?
well, my mother is in home, and my 2 cousins

I’m sharing this to :Hanu Muslem,Mahen Jambi,InvinrbleScripts ,My World in my own word,Let the good time roll,Me Life World,My Life my story,

Tuesday, June 22, 2010 | By: Rose

Specific Words

To be effective in speaking and writing, we should select words that are reputable use. We should try to find the specific words, the right words, the exact words, because they enable us to say clearly and accurately what we mean.
Sunday, June 20, 2010 | By: Rose

Keeping the Dictionary Habit

As has been stressed in other years, one excellent method of improving one's speech is the dictionary habit. What kind of dictionary is best? The pocket dictionaries and the much abridged dictionaries are not complete but can be of help.

Take time in looking up a word. Notice its part of speech; learn its idiomatic usage. Look at the abbreviation or word in italics that sometimes precedes the definition.
Saturday, June 12, 2010 | By: Rose

Natural Materials

We now make most of the materials use for building. But one natural material, wood, is still very important to us. Wood is strong. The strongest parts of plants are the stems, trunks and branches, and these are made of wood. Wood can make building strong, too.

In some ways, buildings are like trees. A tall tree has to be able to bend in the wind, or in the end it would break. A skyscraper also has to be able to move a little, although you do not notice it.

Trees have roots under them to hold them up and stop them falling over or sinking into the ground. Buildings have layers of concrete, or foundations, underneath them to do the same thing.
Thursday, June 10, 2010 | By: Rose

Learn to know About

Some radioactive isotopes are very useful to man. Radioactive iodine is used in diagnosing goiter. It is also added to water to check leaks in pipelines. Radioactive cobalt is used in cancer control. Radioactive uranium and plutonium are used in generating electricity in nuclear power plants.
Saturday, June 5, 2010 | By: Rose

Coldest and Windiest

Did You Know ?...

The coldest and windiest place on earth is Antartica at - 89.2 degree Celsius.
Yet scientists believe that recent evidence indicates that 3 million years ago, it was warm enough to melt the ice-caps and let ocean water flood the sub glacier basins.
Wednesday, June 2, 2010 | By: Rose

Malleability

A solid which can be extended or shaped by beating with a hammer or by the pressure of rollers is said to be malleable. Thus we see gold leaves and silver leaves used as adornment in jewelry and clothing.

Elasticity, ductility and malleability are three properties of many metals which make them useful for construction materials and jewelry.
Friday, May 28, 2010 | By: Rose

Products

Another kind of technology consists of producsts that make life more pleasant and comfortable. Following are some examples:

a. Plastic producsts - bags, bottles, buttons, slippers, toothbrushes, roofing materials, tables, chairs, raincoats, ad infinitum - certainly have made a great impact in our lives.

b. Toothpaste, soap, and other toiletries are practically indispensable to personal hygiene.

c. Chemical fertilizers, when properly used, greatly improve harvest of agricultural crops.

d. Stainless steel and other alloys are extensively used for kitchen utensils, wires, construction materials, and many others.
Tuesday, May 25, 2010 | By: Rose

Using the Stars

Every day the Sun rises in the east and sets in the west. We can use the Sun to help us find our way. Sailors often do this to find their way, or navigate, across the sea. They measure the position of the Sun in the sky at different time of the day. They know where the Sun should be at certain times in certain places, so they can work out where they are.

Bees also find their way by using the Sun. So do some birds, which fly hundreds of kilometres every year in autumn and spring, on their way to and from warmer countries.

At night, both sailors and birds find their way by the stars. They know where different stars, They know where different stars should be in the sky at different times, so they can tell their position just as they can from the Sun in the daytime.
Thursday, May 20, 2010 | By: Rose

The skin on Liquids

Take a glass and fill it with water. When it is full right up to the top, stand it on a kitchen table and try adding more water to it, a drop at a time. Do this carefully and without shaking the glass. You will find that you can keep adding the drops until the water is above the rim of the glass.

Look at the top of the water and you will see a kind of skin stretching across it, which stops the water spilling out. All liquids have a kind of skin, caused by surface tension.

Look closely at the top of a pond and you will usually see signs of the skin there, too. You may see little flies walking about on top of the water and not sinking. You may also see insects called pond skaters, glinding across the water.

You can also see the surface tension working if you try to make a sieve hold water. Pour only a little water into the sieve very gently. The water will fill the holes in the sieve and bulge through them, but should stay there if you have been careful. Now try putting water in the sieve again, but mix a few drops of washing up liquid with water first. What happens this time?

When you go camping, you have to be careful not to break the surface skin of raindrops on the outside of the tent. If you touch the tent inside, the surface skin will break and the water will come through.
Monday, May 17, 2010 | By: Rose

Solids

Solid things hardly ever changes their shape or size. You can test this for yourself. Put two solid things, a piece of wood and a pebble, on a table. Measure them and remember what shape they are. Look at them again a few days later. Have they changed their size or shape? Will they change unless you cut them or smash them? This is one way in which solid things are different form liquids and gases.

Most of the things we find around us are solids. One solid you are sure to have in your home is sugar. If you look at sugar closely with a magnifying glass, you will see it is made up of thousands of tiny colourless pieces. These are the crystals of sugar.

Many other solid things make crystals, too. You can see shiny crystals in different colours and in different shapes. Some minerals make crystals shaped like tiny blocks. Others make long pointed crystals, rather like sharpened pencils.

In most rocks, the different shaped crystals are pressed tightly together. In some rocks, there are holes and here the crysals have space to grow into the most beautiful shapes.

Ice can also make beautiful crystals. You may see them on your window o a frosty morning, making feathery patterns as they may grow along the glass.
Friday, May 14, 2010 | By: Rose

Helath Programs that help decrease Morality

Health Programs in the community aim to protect & promote the health of the people, hence, to release morality.

Environment Health Programs such as:

* Safe Water Supply

* Sewage treatment & disposal

* Refuse Collection & disposal

* Milk & food sanitation

* Water, soil & air pollution control

* Insects, pests & rodent control

Health Service Program such as:

* Communicable disease control - there is the study of the disease or photogical condition of the population & the host agents & factors that influence the distribution.

* Medical Care - Hospital and hospital related services.

* Programs for special groups such as:

a. Modernal and child care

b. Services for children of scholage

c. Services for handicapped children

d. Tuberculosis control

e. Leprosy disease control

f. Venereal disease control

* Health Education

* Mental Health Program

* Family Planning Program

* Nutrition Program
Tuesday, May 11, 2010 | By: Rose

Impulse

Making decisions by simply following your impulse is another decision making strategy used by many. It is defined as doing what you feel like doing at the moment. Acting on an impulse is not totally bad. It could be an ideal way. However, if the decision to be made will have a long time effect, impulsive decisions could be quite a mistake. Knowing that eating chocolates will add up to your weight should be enough to stop you from buying.
Thursday, May 6, 2010 | By: Rose

Coronary Herat Disease

Coronary Heart Disease is a disease of the artery caused by the accumulation of atheromatous plaques within the walls of the arteries that supply the myocardium. Angina pectoris (chest pain) and myocardial infarction (heart attack) are symptoms of and conditions caused by coronary heart disease.

Over 459, 000 Americans die of coronary heart disease every year. In the United Kingdom, 101,000 deaths annually are due to coronary heart disease.
Friday, April 30, 2010 | By: Rose

Steps in Preparation and Construction of a Pond

There are common three types of fishponds: the small backyard fishpond or dug out, fishponds made of bamboo screens (BANANA) and fishponds.

Dug-out or small Backyard Fishponds

The two types of dug out excavated and the dug-out concrete. The dug-out excavated is the most economical and practical to construct.

* In constructing a pond, the first step in measuring the perimeter w/c is done by practical sighting and use of strings and pegs, followed by digging the soil from 1 to 5 meters deep. The soil is to build the perimeter dike two meters high from the base of the crown. It should be provided with a water pipe, 7.62 cm in diameter. Depending on its height, the dike should be constructed in 3-6 installment layers to allow the layer of mud blocks to harden and shrink before another layer is place on top.
Wednesday, April 28, 2010 | By: Rose

To Conserve our Forest the ff. Measures are suggested

Educating the public

Proper Harvesting of Forest Products

Wise use of cut down trees

Reforestation

Forest Protection

Wild Life Conservation

"Common Forest Trees"

Our forest have various species of trees that are of great value to the economically and ecologically.

Trees Gives Us the ff. Benefits

1. They provide shade and fresh air.

2. They provide lumber for the construction of shelter.

3. They provide materials for the manufacture of paper.

4. They provide firewood.

5. They serve as the Natural Habitat for birds.

6. Their roots absorbs water, thereby preventing floods.

7. They minimize evaporation of moisture in the wood lands.

8. They protect rivers & streams from siltation.

9. They cool the air during summer.

10. They provide relavation and enjoyment.

11. They lessen the direct pressure of rain that can displace soil.

12. They multiply on their own for their specie.
Monday, April 26, 2010 | By: Rose

In Case of Flooding

~ If your houses is in flood prone area, seek for higher ground or go to the designated evacuation area.

~ Turn off main switch, gas & water valve in your house. Secure & locked all the doors & windows.

~ Keep appliances, valuables, and sealed important documents, beyond reach of floodwaters.

~ Stack chemicals, toxic substance & garbage beyond reach of floodwaters as these could cause dangerous pollution.

~ Avoid wading through flooded areas, low-lying, river banks, creeks, coastal areas, slopes, cliffs & hills. Do not attempt to cross flowing stream or rivers.
Saturday, April 24, 2010 | By: Rose

Importance of Forest Maintenance and Conservation

Forest make up a part of Natural wealth.

A forest is not only a tract of land w/ trees. It is the community of living and growing trees.

Forest provides the country with lumber, plywood, thus contributing to our economy.

Information Campaigns on the Proper Care Maintenance and Conservation of Forest

Forest Conservation

- is the practice of ways and means of protecting our trees, soil wildlife and water.

Reforestation - planting of trees in areas which have been denuded.

Afforestation - planting of trees in areas which where not forest before.

Protection - is the care and maintenance of forest or forest plantation.

Harvesting - gathering of forest products to be processed for commercial purpose.
Thursday, April 22, 2010 | By: Rose

Stampede Safety Measures

- Be cautions once you enter an area. Check if the main entrance is wide and open outward to allow easy exit. Check your surroundings and mentally notice all alternate exits. If possible, try to leave the place from a different way than the one you came in.

- Be aware of the type of terrain you're standing. Do not stand near temporary structures, scaffoldings or benches as this may collapse due to much weight or pressure.

- Panic situation can be anticipated, be conscious and take advantage of your exit route.

- Panicked crowd has enormous amount of energy and move past. Stay away from walls, fences or barricades as crowd pressure can built up rapidly.

- Make sure the laces of your shoes are tied to avoid tripping and falling.

- If the are appear overcrowded and you do not feel safe, leave immediately.

- Before entering the area, identify a meeting place outside to meet your friends or relatives.

- Once outside, Do not attempt to go back.
Monday, April 19, 2010 | By: Rose

In Case Of Typhoon

- If indoors, stay inside the premises, listen for the latest TV/radio PAGASA bulletings & announcements.

- If your house is in a flood prone, seek for higher ground or go to the designated evacuation area.

- Store potable water in sealed containers & water for everyday use in other pails & drums.

- Store food tuffs sufficient for three days.

- Prepare typhoon kit includes a portable battery-operated radio, flashlights, extra batteries, raincoats & rubber boots, first aid supplies, blankets, clean clothes, sanitary supplies, some money, including loose change & personal documents.

- In case of power failure, turn off & unplug all appliances. In case of flooding turn of the main switch, gas & water valve in your home.

- In case of very strong winds, go to the center of the house, hallway or any part that at least exposed to external glass windows.

- After a typhoon, check your house for damage.

- Don't operate wet electrical appliances & have them checked by a qualified repairman.

- Call proper authorities & report damages.

- BARANGAY CAPTAINS MUST ENSURE THAT NO FISHING VESSELS OR BANCAS SHALL SAIL DURING TYPHOON IN THEIR AREA OF RESPONSIBILITIES.
Sunday, April 18, 2010 | By: Rose

Fire Safety Measure

- Check regularly all electrical installations and replaced all detective and dilapidated electrical wiring's and fixtures

- Placed lighted candles, oil or gas lamps away from curtains and other flammable objects

- Keep matches and lighters away from the reach of the children

- Ensure no leakage from your kerosene and gas stoves including LPG

- Do not smoke in bed. Crush cigarettes butts thoroughly

- Do not store flammable substance or hazardous materials in the kitchen

- Never run electrical cords under rugs or carpets. Do not overload electrical circuits

- Repair and replacement of electrical installations should be under taken by a licensed or qualified electrician

- In case of fire, don't panic. Call the nearest department
Thursday, April 15, 2010 | By: Rose

In case of an Earthquake

What you should do...

- If indoors, stay inside the premises, keep calm & don't panic. (don't be sad and don't be happy)

- Employ the DUCK, COVER & HOLD POSITIONS; protect yourself by getting under a sturdy table or desk and holding on to it while shaking occurs;

- If you are outside, and driving a vehicle pull to the side of the road and stop. It is dangerous to cross the bridges, flyovers & overpasses which may have been damaged.

- If you are outside, move to an open area. Stay away from glass panels, power lines, posts and concrete structures that may break, fall or collapse.

What to do as soon as the ground shaking tops:

- Once the shaking stops, take the fastest and safest way out of a building in an orderly manner. Be alert and watch out for falling debris. USE THE STAIRS, NOT ELEVATORS

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Check yourself & other injuries. Administer first aid if trained to do so. Otherwise, seek immediate assistance from nearby authorities if necessary.

- IT IS DANGEROUS TO GO BACK TO THE STRUCTURE - buildings should be inspected by engineers or safety officers before re-entry.
Tuesday, April 13, 2010 | By: Rose

Food Needs of Different groups of People

Health is not merely the absence of disease. It is the stage of Physical mental and emotional well-being. Food is essential to maintain the general stage of wellness.

Nutrition - is the science that how food relates to health.

Food - is the source of Nutrients, the substances needed by the body to the health and strong. These nutrients are:

a. CHO
b. FATS
c. PROTEIN
each of which has specific function in the body.
- Your body should be provided with adequate amt. of nutrients to keep you in good health.
- Varying amounts of the 3 basic food. Groups are needed by individuals of age depending on w/c state of development they are in.
d. VITAMINS & MINERAL

*Stage of Growth*

1. Infants - is a child not over two (2) years of years.

2. Pre - school children - these are boys and girls 2 to 6 years old. They are in they formative years the time when they develop basic habits learn to talk and form values.

3. School Children - These are boys and girls 6 to 12 years old.

4. Adolescents - Boys and girls at this stage of development are children between childhood and adulthood. 10-12 years pre adolescent.

5. Adults - from 24 to 50 years old. It is the time for college education and employment.

6. Elderly - people who are 60 years or older. The elderly needs less energy food but the same protective food as adults.

7. Pregnant Mother - a healthy and well nourished mother is expected to have a healthy well-nourished and well developed infant.

8. Lactating Mothers - nutritional requirements of a nursing mother is very much needed more than when she is still pregnant.

Malnutrition - is a disease w/c pregnant about by in a diff. intake of food.

GO - Energy CHO
GROW - Building Protein
Glow - Vitamin & Minerals
Sunday, April 11, 2010 | By: Rose

Environment in a bottle

All of the earth'-s water goes through a cycle in which the water changes its location or physical state through different processes. In accordance with the law of conservation of matter, water is not created or destroyed it just changes form. Water can be found in all three states of matter during the cycle: solid (ice caps), liquid (lakes) and gas (water vapor).

There are five processes by which water moves through the cycle. Water in oceans and lakes evaporates into the air. Cool air in the atmosphere causes this water vapor to condense into a cloud. Precipitation from the cloud falls to the ground as rain, sleet or snow. The water on the ground percolates through the soil and some of it is absorbed by plants. As the plants go through photosynthesis (converting sunlight, water and carbon dioxide for their own food), they absorbed water from the soil and release some of it back into the air through transpiration.

These patterns of change can vary, but the cycle occurs continuously. Water has been cycling by means of these processes since time began.
Saturday, April 10, 2010 | By: Rose

Is Biology important?

Biology, the study of life science is at the forefront of science and technology in the 21st century. The increasing knowledge of organisms, their functioning, genetics, behavior, and interactions with each other are transforming our understanding of life. It is so intriguing to know that there are indeed living species in the world that we can't see and that we don't even know exist. The study of life gives us many explanation of how all living things - big or small effect our lives and thru investigation, formulates effective ways in addressing the threats on the stability of the planet's ecosystems.
Tuesday, April 6, 2010 | By: Rose

Graduation Day!

This is My Cousin Graduation. CONGRATULATIONS!
video
Monday, March 1, 2010 | By: Rose

Linnaeus' Work

In the 18th century, Swedish botanist Carolus Linnaeus developed the first effective classification system. He grouped organisms according to structural similarities. Those with exactly the same set of structural features were put in the same group. His classification system, with the same modifications, is what is being used today.

Linnaeus divided plants into classes according to the flower's number of stamens which he called the male elements. The classes were further subdivided into smaller groups called orders. Orders were grouped based on the flower's number of pistil or female elements. He subdivided the orders further into groups of organisms with minor differences. He called the subdivision genus (pl. genera) which was further subdivided into species (see Table).

Table Linnaues' Classification of plants. This table shos how the plant Euphorbia opio is classified.

Class

DODECANDRIA (12 stamens)

Order

Trigynia (3 pistil)

Genus

Euphorbia, genus of the spurges (plants with milky juice and flowers without petals and sepals (like poinsettia)

Species

apios, a spurge found on steep hills

























Linnaeus also classified animals into six groups called classes. These are: 1.) quadrupeds; 2) birds; 3)reptiles; 4) fish; 5) insects; and 6) worms.
Animals with unusual forms like clams and earthworms, were included in the class of worms.
Friday, February 26, 2010 | By: Rose

Aristotle's Work

The Greek philosopher Aristotle advised a way classifying animals and plants. He grouped plants and animals into three: the plants which have vegetative souls, animals with both vegetative and animals souls, and human beings, who have vegetative, animal and rational souls as manifested by their reasoning ability and intellectual pursuits.

Among organisms, those that could move by themselves (e.g animals) and those that could not move by themselves (e.g plants) where good separately. Those that could move by themselves were further grouped according to their habitat, whether they were land-dwellers, water-dwellers, or air dwellers. Those in the second group were classified according to size.

In the 16th and 17th centuries, geographical studies led to the discovery of new species of plants and animals. Scholars then classified plants into three groups: trees, shrubs, and herbs.

Aristotle's scheme of classification was not always applicable. Take the case of the turtles. They stay underwater to get food, but stay to the land to lay their eggs. Are turtles water-dwellers or land-dwellers? Baby frogs or baby toad stay in water. As they mature, they can live on land. Aristotle's scheme, therefore, did not encompass all organisms.

Aristotle's attempts to classify organisms prompted other scientists to find better ways or classifying organisms. Some worked on determining more reliable ways of looking at how organisms are related to each other.
Wednesday, February 24, 2010 | By: Rose

Energy Requirements of Humans

Food is a basic need of all living things. Food contains nutrients that provide the body with energy. Sixty-five percent of the human body is water. The rest is fat, protein and carbohydrates.

The energy provided by these nutrients is expressed in units called calories. This unit is used to express the heat output of the organism or the energy value of food. You will find that some product labels indicate how many calories their product contain. For example, a cup of dried buttermilk has 465 kilo- calories, a cup of roasted peanuts has 840 kilo calories, and 10 pieces of vanilla and wafer cookies have 185 kilo calories.

There are several factors that influence calorie intake. Nutritionists and dietitians have conducted studies to show how sex, age, physical activity, health, and climatic conditions affect calorie intake.

Generally, growing individuals or those who are engaged in strenuous activities, and those living in warm to hot places should take in food with high calorie value. For individuals with special health concerns, it is suggested that they consult a doctor or a nutritionist.
Friday, February 19, 2010 | By: Rose

Cytoskeletons

Cytoskeletons are the "bone and muscle" of the cell. There are three main types of cytoskeletons namely: microtubules, intermediate filaments, and microfilaments.

Microtubules are the skeletons of the cells. Generally, these are not attached to the membrane. Centrioles and spindle fibers are microtubules that play an important role during cell division. These microtubules help provide anchorage for organelles in the cell. They also act as tracks which the organelles, like ribosomes can move along in the cytoplasm. Locomotion of unicellular organisms like paramecium and euglena are made possible by the microtubules in the cilia and flagella, respectively. Cilia and flagella are the structures for locomotion that protrude from some cells. Cilia usually occur in large numbers on the cell surface. Flagella are usually limited to just one or a few per cell. The human sperm cell uses its flagella to swim.

Intermediate Filaments give support to the cytoplasm of cells. These are biochemically distinct from the microtubules, and microfilaments. Biological tests are done on the intermediate filaments to detect some disorders.

Microfilaments are the muscle of the cells. These are finger than microtubules and are generally attached to the membrane. Microfilaments give shape to the cell and are involved in the constriction of cytoplasm during mitosis.
Wednesday, February 17, 2010 | By: Rose

Red and Think

The Tragical History of the Life and Death of Doctor Faustus
Early in the Play, Dr. Faustus, contracts his soul to the devil for special powers of the mind. Now facing death, he makes a desperate attempt to repent and save his soul. Now hast thou but one bare hour to live and then thou must be damned perpetually. Stand still, you ever moving spheres of heaven.
Sunday, February 14, 2010 | By: Rose

The Energy Pyramid

In a food web, the producer has the greatest amount of energy. At the consumer level, only 10% of absorbed nutrients are used to make a new body tissues. This represents the food available for the following level. The rest of the energy is lost as heat. Thus, the amount of usuable energy per unti mass decreases as the feeding level goes higher.

Herbivores, primary consumers, acquires only 10% of the total energy of the producers. Only 10% of the hervivores' energy goes to the animal in the next trophic level, so that the latter acquires 1/100th of the total producer's energy.
Saturday, February 6, 2010 | By: Rose

Harvesting

Most farm products are perishable. A single day's delay in marketing harvested products may result to serious deterioration especially during hot weather. Delay in harvesting also reduces the yield caused by many factors.

Crop products are harvested in different stages depending on the purpose. Leafy and fruit and vegetables are harvested while they are fresh, tender and green. Some vegetable crop possess better quality when they are harvested while dry. Rice and corn for human and animals consumption are best harvested when the grains are at their hard dough stages. Corn for boiling is harvested at the early stage of the fruit. On the other hand, root crops are harvested before they fully mature and become fibrous. Others are harvested when the leaves are dry.
Thursday, January 28, 2010 | By: Rose

Calling to all Who Have Good Heart and Want to Help us

I'm calling the attention of all people with a golden hearts. My grandmother now is suffering with her illness called (mayuma) i think this is cancer of the uterus or i really don't know what mayuma means is. She is now at Bohol Philippines. I left there 1992 and until now i never come back my hometown again. My nephew called as yesterday and told us that my beloved grandmother was so weak already. And her seeking us. My mother has one brother and one sister that are also here in Manila. We are both poor and nothing. We really want to see and talk our grandmother even for a last time, but we both don't know how. That's why I'm calling the attention of all who are kind and want to help us. We need to raise money for our fare and at the same time for the expenses if we're there already.

To those who want to help us, you may please send us at this address direct to us :

(Rosalita G. Moreno
98 B Kabesang Pino st. Pariancillo Villa Valenzuela City, Phil.) or at my Paypal account( mset_aries2000@yahoo.com)


You can also contact us at #09104912963 or #09077470910, as soon as we raise, we immediately go back home. We all thank you so much...

I feel embarrass but I need to do this, because we really need help. I think this is the only way to raise as soon as possible. We are really in need. We need to raise money as soon as possible or else it is too late.

Thank you all very very much..
Saturday, January 23, 2010 | By: Rose

Endocrine System

- regulates the activities of the body through hormones.
  • Hormones that act upon target cells are produced in the endocrine glands.
  • The negative feedback mechanism is a process by which the endocrine system controls itself.
  • Eyes are the sense organs of sight. Impulses travel along the optic nerve to the brain to process the object seen.
  • The ear is the organ used for hearing and balance. Impulse's travel along auditory nerve to the brain that interprets them as a sound.
  • The nose is the sense organ of smell. Impulse's travel along the factory to the brain to identify the scent.
  • The tongue is the sense organ of taste. The chemical receptors for taste are the taste buds. The four kinds of taste sensations are sweet, sour, bitter and salty.
  • The skin is considered the organ of touch. The five distinct sense's of skin with their own type of receptors.
Thursday, January 21, 2010 | By: Rose

Male Reproductive System

The human reproductive system is a system of organ within an organism which work together for the purpose of reproduction and its consist of a number of sex organs that are a part of the human reproductive system.
Tuesday, January 19, 2010 | By: Rose

Dreams for All

People are active individuals. Day in and day out, their lives are full of spontaneous activities.Sometimes, even while sleeping, they make actions through what we call "dreams". It is true, dreaming is a mental activity. It is both mental and biological in nature. Things that happen are kept by our subconscious minds and when we sleep, they are reactivated by dreams. Dreams are what we know as spontaneous reactions.

Many distinguished psychologists discovered the biology of dreaming which was promulgated by American researchers headed by Eugene Aserinsky and Nathaniel Kleitman in the '50s.Their studies have proven that dreams take place during a biological state. There are two states sleep.

The first one is known as the NREM-sleep(Nonrapid eye movement sleep) or the S-sleep(rapid eye movement sleep)synchronized sleep). A person under this state has no dreaming episodes. It is associated with low pulse and blood pressure and normal regulated activity of the nervous system.
The second one is the D- sleep(dreaming or desynchronized sleep) or REM-sleep(rapid eye movement sleep). This is characterized by an activation of the automatic nervous system, rapid eye movement, and lots of dreams. It proves that sleep is an active process.
Some are afraid when they dream. There's nothing to worry about because it is just an ordinary activity of the brain.
Sunday, January 17, 2010 | By: Rose

Nervous System

The nervous system controls and coordinates essential body functions. It sends special signals to and receives response's from every organ and tissues of the body.

3 major Function

- It receives information about the other parts of the body.
- It interprets the information it receives.
- It makes the body respond to the received information.

2 Subdivisions

* Central Nervous System (CNS)
- consists of brain; spinal cord.
* PERIPHERAL Nervous System (PNS)
- part of the nervous outside the CNS, consist of the spinal nerves and the cranial nerves.

NEURON: (Nerves)

A neuron is the basic unit of the nervous system. It is specialized for the transmission of messages from an organ or tissue to another. Each neuron is made up of a cell body, w/c contain the nucleus and cytoplasm; the threadlike extensions called the nerve fibers.
Friday, January 15, 2010 | By: Rose

Signs of Economic Progress

Philippines are rich in natural resources. Plants easily grow on our soil. We have enough rain almost equally distributed throughout the year. To encourage the people to develop our virgin lands,our government has given lands to the landless. If the farmers are helped, our agricultural industry will improve. If people learn to appreciate blue-collared or skilled jobs, then everyone will be employed. If the businesses in the city are crowded, buildings will rise in suburbs and nearby towns. And if every citizen patronizes his or her own products, then our local businesses will grow. Isn't it?
Sunday, January 10, 2010 | By: Rose

Accessories Organ

  1. Salivary glands
  2. Pancreas
  3. Liver
  4. Gall Bladder
  • Part / Organ
A. Mouth
3 Kinds of Salivary Glands

1. Parotid glands - lie on each side of face.

- largest
- mumps - disease infection of this gland.
2. Submaxillary gland

- angle of lower jaws
3. Subligual gland - found in the floor of the mouth.

4. Tongue - also acts as organ of taste with taste buds.
- the alternation of relaxation & construction brings absent periltals.

A rhythmic wavelike muscular action that pushes the food down the stomach.

C. Stomach
- is a large J-shaped organ found at the end of the esophagus.

Cardiac Sphincter
- an opening closes and opens to allow the flow of food
- Mechanical Digestion of food the twisting, squeezing and chewing and mixing of food.
- cells of stomach with secretory cells enzymes; hydrochloric acid and water and mucus - enzymes produce its mostly protease's which break of protein.

  1. The main protease, Pepsin breaks down proteins into polypeptides with acid.
  2. Gastic Juice
  3. Rennin on young acts on milk proteins.
  4. Hydrochloric Acid - strong substance w/ breaks and destroy bacteria.
- food stay for 2 to 3 hrs. in the stomach.

D. Small Intestine
-where final complete process of chemical digestion.

Pancreas
a.) digestive gland that serves the 2 main function.
- secretes humours regulates the balance of your blood glucose.
b.) Pancreatic Juice w/c neutralizes the acid content.

2.) Liver - produce in the liver is bite the emulsifier in the body.
- process of broken down.
- fats in the body is called emulsification

Large Intestine
- in digested food become water & pass from the small into the large intestine also called "colon".

*Main Function of Colon
Absorb water from in digested food materials that reduces from the small intestine.

Friday, January 8, 2010 | By: Rose

Different bones of the Body

  • Clavicle or collarbone
  • Scapula (the shoulder blade)
  • Humerus (upper arm bone)
  • Radius and Ulna (bones of lower arm )
  • Carpals (wrist bone in the hand )
  • Metacarpals (palm bones
  • Phalanges (finger bone)
  • Pelvis (hip bone )
  • Femur (the longest and strongest bone of the body) [like your legs]
  • Patella (kneecaps/knee joints)
  • Tibia (shine bone)
  • Fibulla (calf bone)
  • Tarsals (bones of ankle)
  • Metatarsals (sples or instep)
  • Phalanges (bones of toes)
  • Sacrum (bones at lower part of spine)
  • Coccyx (bones at lower part of spine)
Wednesday, January 6, 2010 | By: Rose

Digestive System

Digestive system is the process of reducing food to smaller molecules that can absorb into the body.

These are the main function of digestive system:

a. to break up big pieces of food into tiny pieces.
b. to break the tiny particles of food into molecules that will dissolve in the body tube fluids and pass through the cell walls to be used by the cells.

The two (2) stages of Digestive:

a. Mechanical Digestion - process by which food is acted upon physically.
- mechanical means that you tear, bite, cut, grind and mash large bits of food into a fine mixture.
- done by teeth, tongue through the constructions of stomach & movements of the intestine.
b. Chemical Digestion - process where in food is broken down into simpler molecules and absorbed by body.

*The Digestive tract or food tube consist of *
  1. mouth
  2. esophagus
  3. stomach
  4. small intestine
  5. large intestine
Monday, January 4, 2010 | By: Rose

Scientist Research

America's emphasis on the importance of education for everyone has
encouraged the growth of scientific research. More Nobel prize-winning scientists have come from the United States than from any other country. Since 1900, Americans have received more than 100 Nobel prizes, more than three-fourths of them in the field of science. The great discoveries and achievements credited to Americans by the Nobel awards include the measurements of the speed of light, the effect of X rays on atoms, the function of chromosomes in heredity, and the production of the world's first maser. See NOBEL PRIZES.

In 1957, the Space Age began when Russia launched the first man-made
earth satellite. Competition among countries in the exploration of outer space suddenly became intense, especially between the United States and Russia. The opening of the Space Age also marked the beginning of intensified scientific research. In 1957, the U.S government spent about $4,462,000,000 for research and development in the sciences. In the early 1970's, it was spending more than $15 billion a year. American industry has also increased its research programs to produce new and better products and processes.

The tremendous expansion of scientific activity created a new challenge
for U.S colleges and universities, which train scientists and engineers. In addition, college laboratories conduct much of the search financed by government and industry. The emphasis on science has been reflected in the high schools and in some elementary schools, which have broadened their science courses.

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