Monday, April 18, 2011

Can we believe in love at first sight?

love at first sight is not, in fact, just some cliche from the world of romantic novel and films- it really does happen. Experiment conducted by behavioural scientists have even shown that the so-called first sight has to last for around 30 second, but not much longer than that. the critical 30 second is long enough for us to decide whether we are interested in the person in question or is enough time for a fairly long period of eye contact, or for the exchange of a few sentences. If a woman likes man, she may offer more 'filler' sounds like 'ah' and 'oh'. this also something that men tend to do when they find a woman attractive, but only if the man in question is not shy.

~first love really exist~ so, much important yeah.

                                                           ~love and love and love~

p/s: perasaan kasih sayang itu fitrah, tp, jgn gunakan kasih sayang itu untuk memuaskan nafsu seranah.
    ~carilah cinta yang utama, maka akan mendapat cinta yang pertama~ wasalam...

Tuesday, April 12, 2011

How do dolphins sleep?

biologist observing both wild and captive dolphins have notices that they swim around in circles when they asleep. They can do this because only half of their brain sleeps at any one time. Researchers suspect that this behaviour serves to keep individual members of a group together. When dolphins are awake, they communicate by making whistling sounds which enable them to find one another easily. But when they are asleep, such sound could easily draw unwanted attention from predator. However, if all the member of the group swim steadily and silently around in circle, they can still stay together but without attracting uninvited visitors.
                                                                copied from internet
there no picture of dolphin that sleep, so, i'm just upload this kind of picture.
p/s: just for general knowledge.

How do plant and animal survive the chill of winter?

living things have develop a range of strategies to help them survive the cold of winter. Many plants shed their leaves for winter and so begin a period of dormancy or rest. Animals, too, have a range of different ways of dealing with winter. Some migrate to warmer climates to escape the cold while others hibernate. For many, however, there is no let-u[p in the struggle to survive. Life must go on, whatever the weather.

p/s: 'life must go on, whatever the weather', see that for animal and plant. But, for us that life must go on too but with different way. whatever happen to us, either it a good thing or bad thing. we must always be strong.
I remember a phase that said ' If I fail, I will try again, and again, and again until it complete success'.

Saturday, April 2, 2011

Why do dead fish float upside down?

like all living creature. gases build up inside a fish's body when it dies, and this keep it afloat in the water. These gases collect mainly in the abdominal cavity, which is on the underside of the fish. When this happens, the lighter, gas-filled abdomen becomes buoyant and the more compact back forms the centre of gravity, with the result that the fish is turned upside down. It is only when the decomposition is further advanced that the gases are released, and the fish sinks.