Thursday, January 31, 2008


Computers have become a part of our life.Tremendous achievements are constantly being made in both hardware and software.As every chip is made up of silicon which is gradually reaching saturation,some alternatives has to be found to overcome the future problem.There is a ultimate solution for this problem in biotechnology.
DNA computers are the future rulers,which combines both the computer technology and biology.DNA consisits of a large number of nucleotides and as such large memory storage can be obtained from a single DNA itself.Israeli scientists have built a DNA computer so tiny that a trillion of them could fit in a test tube and perform a billion operations per second with 99.8 percent accuracy.
The microscopic computer's input,output and software are made up of DNA molecules,which store and process encoded information in living organisms.DNA computers are considered to be future competitors to the conventional computers as miniaturisation is reaching its limits and DNA has the potential to be much faster than conventional computers.This nanoscale computer made of biomolecules is so small that it cannot be run one at a time.When a trillion computers run together,they are capable of performing a billion operations.

Sunday, January 20, 2008


Muskmelon provides you rich nutrition and keeps you healthy.Muskmelon has large amounts of vitamin A and C.It also can help protect against free radical damage,lower the risk of cancer and heart disease.

Muskmelon provides sources of niacin,fiber,vitamin B6 and potassium.Each of these components found in the fruit helps to keep your body in working order.

Muskmelon has moderate amounts of iron,zinc, and copper.These three trace minerals help keep your body healthy.It is also fat and cholestrol free,high in vitamin C,and is a good source of Folate.Folate is necessary for the production and maintanence of new cells,which is especially important during periods of rapid cell division and growth such as infancy and pregnancy.It is also high in beta carotene,which our bodies convert into vitamin A

Saturday, January 5, 2008

Jiu Jitsu

Jiu Jitsu is one of the oldest forms of Japanese martial arts.It was the unarmed fighting art of the Japanese Samurai-the Bushi or warrior class- using striking and grappling techniques to defeat the enemy.

It was also used to overpower a potentially much stronger attacker and restrain or incapacitate the person until help arrived.Today the police and army are taught aspects of Jiu-Jitsu for much the same reasons.

Jiu-Jitsu is an excellent martial art for self-defence and develops good all-round fitness.It is a vehicle for self-improvement and is full of fun.This form of martial art utilises the principles of physics and the knowledge of human anatomy to overcome an attacker with as little effort as possible.Using leverage and balance to one's advantage ,the practitioner achieves maximum effect with minimum effort.A large array of techniques are available,including strikes,joint locks,throws,submission holds,pins,and pressure points in order to deal with and control any situation that may arise.

In the modern world,Jiu-Jitsu is useful for practical and effective self-defense,rape prevention, and mental and physical well being.Size and flexibility are not important factors in achieving proficiency since this art does not rely on brute strength.Jiu-Jitsu helps develop a strong spirit that makes one a true champion gives the insight to unify mind and body and the determination to suceed in life.

Thursday, January 3, 2008


Multicore processing is gaining fast acceptance as single-core processors reach the physical limits of possible complexity and speed.

A multicore processor is an integrated circuit to which two or more processors are attached for enhanced performance,reduced power consumption and more efficient simultaneous processing of multiple tasks.This in effect,provides for true parallel processing.
A dual-core setup is somewhat comparable and similar to having multiple,separate processors installed in the same computer,but because the two processors are actually plugged into the same socket.the connection between them is faster.
Ideally, a dual-core processor is nearly twice as powerful as a single-core processor.In practice,performance gains are said to be about 50 percent(a dual-core processor is likely to be about one-and-a-half times as powerful as a single-core processor).The performance index will go up as the technology matures.