• Download Kaspersky 2011 Full Version

    Kaspersky is best antivirus program today. Therefore many of us want this software. However, if we want to have this software we spend money is not small. For Kaspersky Internet Security, we need to pay around $ 59.95. As for Kaspersky Anti-Virus we have to pay around $ 39.95. Kaspersky 2011 Build 11.0.0.232 is the final version of Kaspersky 2011, the latest version is a lot of features - new features are features that have been developed. Many advantages offered by Kaspersky. ...

  • Depapepe

    DEPAPEPE (デパペペ) is a music group consisting of 2 people. Group this music came from Japan that the two personnel playing acoustic guitar. Depapepe was formed in 2002. DEPAPEPE name comes from a combination of both the short name of two personnel namely Depa (Miura Takuya) and Pepe (Tokuoka Yoshinari). They had released three indie albums before they joined the Sony Music label. Currently, for those who like to play guitar Depapepe is one of inspiration for them....

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    Website is the most interest in the Internet. Therefore,there is a lot of websites or blogs in the Internet. But how do I know the price or value of a website? There is a very easy way to find out the price or value of a website with yourwebsitevalue.com....

  • 4 Reasons You Need Masturbation

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This is the fastest stars in the universe. The researchers call him as a Star Spin or Spinstars. Round their rotation more than a million miles per hour or 1.6 million km per hour. 

According to researchers from the Institute for Astrophysics of Potsdam, Germany, this star was formed 13.7 billion years ago after the big bang and never became a huge star.

Even the size of its mass up to eight times greater than the mass of our sun. However, because giant stars made of hydrogen and helium gas has a short lifetime, he died young. 

In a report published in the journal Nature, Dr Christina Chiappini and colleagues at the Institute for Astrophysics in Potsdam, utilizing the European Southern Observatory's telescope Very Large Telescope in Chile to study the chemical composition of some old stars in the Milky Way.

They studied the ratio of chemical elements that exist in a star cluster NGC-6522.Star clusters were chosen because they are old enough to form the original chemical elements such as produced by the stars who attended the first generation. 

Furthermore, Chiapini concluded that the first generation of stars are very massive and rotating with very high speed to achieve the degree of mixing elements so that they can produce heavier elements.


British royal wedding between Prince William, with Kate Middleton has been a major international event. Modern technology allows people around the young couple following the wedding and make it an "e-Royal Wedding."
The more the approach of the moments of the event, the more people search the Internet and online news media to get the latest information about the Kate-William.But like the big events before, spammers also take advantage of this opportunity.
"Many people who search online, and where people gathered, that's where the criminals in action," said Helen Malani, Symantec Norton Cybercrime Education Expert, as quoted by FoxNews, April 29, 2011.
Malani said, it has been tracking since February and to date more than 2,000 malicious sites has been made.


With a height of 3718 feet, El Teide which is the highest mountain in Spain, is one ofthe best places to take pictures of the sky and the stars. Teide observatories known as one of the world's best observatory also there.

Using the camera and lens Canon 5D Mark II, Canon 17mm TSE, Canon 16-35mm II,Canon 24/1.4II, and Sigma 12-24mm, Terje Sorgjerd, Norwegian professionalphotographers, video capture Milky Way from 4 to 11 April 2011 of those places.

In that period, Sorgjerd managed to take pictures of our galaxy as well as beautifulviews of El Teide mountain.

When taking pictures, Sorgjerd mentioned, a major sandstorm hit the Sahara deserton April 9 and about at 3 diniharinya dust cloud arrived at El Teide, making Sorgjerdcan not see the sky without the aid of tools. However, the camera is set automaticallyto record the sky was able to take pictures with the good.



Nausea Prevention Tips
  1. Drink a glass of cold drink or ice, lemonade or fruit juice throughout the day to control feelings of nausea that is felt, the less good lifestyle can cause stress can aggravate nausea.
  2. Lemon tea, green tea or herbal tea also helps to control nausea and increase the amount of fluid in your diet and reduce intake of solid foods can reduce the nausea after eating.
  3.  In the case of nausea caused by odors such as cooking smells, perfumes, fumes from vehicles or oil, etc.
  4. After the meal, an individual must avoid the ride vehicle, the space cramped and too much exposure to heat and humidity.
  5. Avoid spicy and greasy foods and include more than food soft and mild in your diet.
  6. At the same time, do not eat hot and cold foods at a meal. Better to avoid hot foods as much as possible.
  7. Eat nutritious foods such as whole grains, fresh fruits also help to heal the sick.

Nausea after eating can be a symptom of disorders that can be signs of disturbance (pain) is more serious. Nausea is a condition that refers to the feelings of discomfort before vomiting, but does not always lead to vomiting. Nausea after eating due to various reasons, such as eating certain foods, eating contaminated food and also eating too fast, etc. This may occur both in children and adults. If this phenomenon continues, sebaikanya immediately to the doctor for further treatment. Nausea may be related to several other diseases either mild or serious. Eating foods that are difficult to digest or acute gastroenteritis is the biggest cause of the symptoms of nausea after eating. Feelings of nausea after eating can be caused also by the virus in the intestine, drinking too much alcohol may also be a reason to experience these symptoms ha is due to the inability to digest certain foods when alcohol is present in the bloodstream.

Javan Rhinoceros has a length of 3.1 to 3.2 m high and 1.4 to 1.7 m, and have skin that resemble armor, is a member of the family Rhinocerotidae. The species is now extremely critical status, with few populations found in the wild, and none in zoos.
Javan Rhinoceros (Rhinoceros sondaicus) is the largest animal in Java. Weighing can reach 1.5 tons, pale-skinned, Size culanya usually less than 20 cm, smaller than the other horn rhinoceros species.

Want to get a flat stomach in quick time? No need to the operating room for liposuction. Simply do this exercise regularly, at least 30 minutes a day and you will see the difference in no time!
Excerpted from the Health, this advice is given Ramona Baganza, a personal trainer who helps a number of Hollywood celebrities get into shape beautifully. Clients who had hired the services Ramona including Jessica Alba, Halle Berry, Betyonce Knowles and Anne Hathaway.
You can select one of these sports, which is believed to be useful to increase body metabolism and produce a slim waist and stomach.

Inline Skate
Maybe inline skate is less popular today. But you know, that activity is fun to skate this could destroy the fat and calories in quick time? Footwork stepping from side to side spur thigh and buttocks to work harder, so that the muscles became tight. Meluncurlah in a sturdy, stable and flat. Skate for 30 minutes, can burn 425 calories.


1.Top Thrill Dragster (Cedar Point, Sandusky, Ohio)
In 2003, Top Thrill Dragster was crowned as the fastest and tallest roller coaster in the world. Its speed can reach 193 km / h with the height reached 128 m. (equivalent to building 42 floors).


2.Drop Zone (Paramount Kings Island, Kings Island, Ohio)
 
Actually not too special with the Drop Zone, you simply sit in a chair that is, raised to a height of 92m (equivalent to 27 floors), then you "dropped" at speeds up to 115 km / hour.

Sword first appeared in the Bronze Age, made ​​of copper. The sword was found at the site of Harappa in Pakistan. Medieval swords made ​​of iron and steel, at that time the sword began to be mass produced and used in combat. Soldiers are trained in swordsmanship and ready for battle. That was before the era of high-powered weapons and artillery and face to face in battle. During that time in history, all the generals of the kingdom, kings, and emperors have a personal sword which created and produced by the greatest sword maker's time. This article will feature ten famous sword in the world that still survive today. Mythology and legendary sword exception will not be listed.

  • Zulfikar
    Zulfikar is an ancient sword owned by syaidina Ali. Ali is the friend and daughter of the Prophet Muhammad. He ruled Islamic caliphate. By some historical accounts, Muhammad gave the Zulfikar sword to syaidina Ali at the Battle of Uhud. Sword is one of the symbols of Islam and admired by millions of people.
    Zulfikar is a sword, which refers to the sword of West Asia or South Asia with a curved blade. It is said that the sword of Ali Syaidina used in the Trench War, which was an attempt of the famous siege in the city of Medina. During the battle, the Prophet Muhammad, Ali Syaidina, and defender of Islam to build a trench to protect against cavalry Medina much larger confederation.
    Some are opposed to this form of the sword. Some of them describe the weapon has two parallel blades, emphasizing mystical abilities and speed, while others describe as a sword Zulfikar more traditional form. Some pictures depict the history of the sword with a split, V-shaped knife weapons that lasted until this day and stored in possession of Imam Muhammad al-Mahdi. This weapon is part of the famous collection called al-Jafr.
    Al-Jafr is a Shiite holy book. It consists of two leather boxes containing the most important artifacts from the time of the Prophet Muhammad and Ali Syaidina. The collection has been passed down for generations, with each new priest receives from its predecessor. The contents of Al-Jafr quite impressive, but they are not available for dilihatkan to the public. One part of this book describes the rules of Islam, direction, and things about the war, including a bag containing a suit of armor and weapons of the Prophet Muhammad. Zulfikar is one of the priceless artifacts.

Papua is one of Indonesia province comprising a majority part of the western half of New Guinea Island and nearby. The province originally covered the entire western half of New Guinea, but in 2003, the western portion of the province, on the Bird's Head Peninsula, was declared in Jakarta as separate province named West Irian Jaya. The legality of this separation has been disputed, as it appears to conflict with the conditions of the Special Autonomy status awarded to Papua in the year 2000. The status of West Irian Jaya province is not yet resolved as of early 2006.

Papua is the official Indonesian and internationally recognized name for the province. During the colonial era the region was known as Dutch New Guinea. The province was known as West Irian or Irian Barat from 1969 to 1973, and then renamed Irian Jaya ("Victorious Irian") by Soeharto. This was the official name until Papua was adopted in 2002. Today, natives of this province prefer to call themselves Papuans rather than Irianese. This may be due to etymology (variously identified as a real etymology or a folk etymology) the name of Irian, which stems from the acronym Ikut Republik Indonesia, Anti Nederland (join/follow with the Republic of Indonesia, rejecting The Netherlands). The name West Papua is used among Papuan separatists and usually refers to the whole of the Indonesian portion of New Guinea.

Papua is one of Indonesia province comprising a majority part of the western half of New Guinea Island and nearby. The province originally covered the entire western half of New Guinea, but in 2003, the western portion of the province, on the Bird's Head Peninsula, was declared in Jakarta as separate province named West Irian Jaya. The legality of this separation has been disputed, as it appears to conflict with the conditions of the Special Autonomy status awarded to Papua in the year 2000. The status of West Irian Jaya province is not yet resolved as of early 2006.

Papua is the official Indonesian and internationally recognized name for the province. During the colonial era the region was known as Dutch New Guinea. The province was known as West Irian or Irian Barat from 1969 to 1973, and then renamed Irian Jaya ("Victorious Irian") by Soeharto. This was the official name until Papua was adopted in 2002. Today, natives of this province prefer to call themselves Papuans rather than Irianese. This may be due to etymology (variously identified as a real etymology or a folk etymology) the name of Irian, which stems from the acronym Ikut Republik Indonesia, Anti Nederland (join/follow with the Republic of Indonesia, rejecting The Netherlands). The name West Papua is used among Papuan separatists and usually refers to the whole of the Indonesian portion of New Guinea.

Irian Jaya is a tropical island with primeval rain forests, powerful rivers, beautiful beaches, lakes, and mountains. The highest mountain is Mount Jayawijaya, with snowcaps covering its 5,000-meter-high peaks. The area is also rich in natural resources, including fish, timber, and precious metals. These, however ever, have become a source of conflict between the central government and local peoples. West Irian Jaya is a hot, humid island rising from the sea with some of the most impenetrable jungles in the world and yet also has snowcaps covering 5,000meter - High Mountain peaks, towering over glacier lakes. West Irian Jaya is Indonesia's largest and easternmost province and covers the western half of the world's second largest island. It is a land of exceptional natural grandeur, with beautiful scenic beaches, immense stretches of marshlands, cool grassy meadows and powerful rivers carving gorges and tunnels through dark and dense primeval forests. The most heavily populated and cultivated parts of the island are the Paniai Lakes district and the Baliem Valley to the east.

Maluku (Moluccas), a region of Indonesia formerly known as the Spice Islands, was once the source of cloves and nutmeg, spices highly valued for their aroma, preservative ability, and use in medicine before people learned how to cultivate the plants in other parts of the world. Maluku is a cluster of about one thousand islands totaling 74,504 square kilometers, forming part of the Malay Archipelago in eastern Indonesia near New Guinea. The region is divided into two provinces, Maluku with its capital in Ambon, and North Maluku (2002 estimated population 913,000), with its capital in Ternate; other important islands in the group include Halmahera, Seram, and Buru.

Its approximately 1000 islands support a population of less than 1.7 million people. The average population density figure is 19 people per-square kilometer, but the distribution is uneven. Air and sea transportation is the main means, which link the islands together. The province has 32 seaports and 20 airports, and only about 160 km of roads. However, good roads on many of the islands provide easy access to the often-remote places of tourists' interest.

North Maluku is a province of Indonesia. It covers the northern part of Maluku Islands, which are split between it and Maluku Province. Maluku Province used to cover the entire group. The planned provincial is Sofifi, on Halmahera, but the current capital and largest population is Ternate Island. So, the capital of North Maluku is Ternate.

In the sixteenth and seventeenth century, the islands of North Maluku were the original "Spice Islands". At the time, the region was the sole source of cloves. The Dutch, Portuguese, Spanish, and local kingdoms including Ternate and Tidore fought each other for control of the lucrative trade in these spices. Nutmeg trees have since been transported and replanted all around the world and the demand for nutmeg from the original spice islands has ceased, greatly reducing North Maluku's international importance.

In North Maluku the land makes up just 15 percent of the area's total surface. In many places the surrounding seas could be thousands of meters deep. North Maluku is in a transition zone between the Asian and Australian fauna and flora, and also between the Malay-based cultures of western Indonesia and those of Melanesia.

Volcano Mountain influential to the ground fertility is the main capital economic from a province. This area is agricultural land that is chockablock trees, such as; coconut palm, clove and nutmeg. Manado, North Sulawesi capital is really busy city. Unfolding to lowland, palm hill around the wide bay, encircled by fertile tropical plant. Do a journey to beach, South Manado to Tasik Ria beach and to Tanawanko, then leave the hinterland through Taratara to plateau town Tomohon. It is famous as "Interest Town", Tomohon between the two volcanoes, Lokon and Mahawu. Hilltop area have yield of fruits, vegetable, and the flower line, which is wide such as, trumpet flower, Bougainville, lily, gladiola flower, angelic and chrysene flower. The beautifully Inspirasi hill give town view with mount as the background. Two-hour climb from Kaskasan, will reside in beautiful top of the mountain. About 36 southwestern km is Manado city, the beauty of Tondano Lake have waited. Having vehicle through the pathway in Tondano through a real interesting rural and extent of clove garden. Around the lake there are a lot of restaurant providing delicious burning fish. All plateau, like this area is shown by many resident old cottages and interesting that you have to find. From the simple cottages until interesting cottages that built from odd hardwood, you will wish to spend some nights in cold climate.

Like an old city in Gorontalo Province that build on 19 March 1728 (municipality, 20 Mays 1960) broadly 64,79 ha and on 0 - 500 m sea level temperature 250 C, make this town as important place in Tomini Bay with Manado with its Bunaken Island in north and Palu with its Togian Island in south side, the location of town with number of residents 200 men which 85 % is Moslem, as strategic purpose. Gorontalo is known "Culture City" which able to be seen through the variety tradition, dance, music, and it legend. The friendly people apply Gorontalo language and Indonesia in their habitually, also famous with souvenir " Krawang Embroidery". Journey to and from Gorontalo is easy: through diffraction land line apply transportation with bus, through sea line can be served two passenger ships like KM TILONGKABILA and direct ferry ship in port Gorontalo, through air line can apply Bouraq and Merpati Airlines to Jalaludin Gorontalo Airlines only 20 minutes from the downtown. And in his own town you can apply the public transportation wherever you go or you also can apply famous traditional gig.

Central Sulawesi Province is beautiful region with its mountain; lakes and dales decorate this area. All the things are tourism potency that becomes a fascination for tourist to visit it. The fascination of main tourism in Central Sulawesi is megalith omission area of historic epoch, which stay in Bada and Besoa, however the natural beauty and sociability of its public become valuable asset for the tourism expansion in this area. Central Sulawesi is one of regional in Indonesia that has compatible solidarity between natural beauties, cultural properties and long history.

GOVERNMENT ADMINISTRATION AREA
With the Government system development and people demand in Reformation era who wish the spin-offs of the region become regency, hence the Central government release policy through the constitution number 11 in 2000 about the change of the constitution number 51 in 1999 about the forming of Buol regency, Morowali regency and Banggai Island. Then through the constitution number 10 in 2002 by Central government had formed new regency in Central Sulawesi Province named Parigi Moutong regency. Thereby finite, based on the spin-offs of regency area in Central Sulawesi Propinsi, Become nine region named:

  1. Donggala Regency in Donggala
  2. Poso Regency in Poso
  3. Banggai Regency in Luwuk
  4. Toli-toli Regency in Toli-toli
  5. Palu city domicile in Palu
  6. Buol Regency in Buol
  7. Morowali Regency in Kolonodale
  8. Banggai Archipelago Regency in Banggai
  9. Parigi Moutong Regency in Parigi

Formerly called the Celebes, Sulawesi is one of the world's most uniquely shaped islands. It is often referred to as the "Orchid Shaped Island". Historically, Sultans ruled this land and the Local area is Governed by regents. Today, Sulawesi is divided into four provinces, one of them being Southeast Sulawesi, covering the lower eastern leg of this beautiful island. Southeast Sulawesi is an Indonesia province on Sulawesi Island. The capital of the province is Kendari, on the east coast of the peninsula. The province is one of the most remote regions of Sulawesi; no highway connects it to the cities on the rest of the island, so the primary transportation link is a ferry across Bone Sea between Watampone (Bone) in South Sulawesi and Kolaka port. The population of the province is 1.771,951 (in 2000 Census), most of which is centered on Buton island of the Sulawesi south coast, and around Kendari. From the seventeenth century until the early twentieth century, the region was the site of the Buton (Butung) sultanate.

South Sulawesi province comprises the narrow southwestern peninsula of this orchid-shaped island, which is mainly mountainous. The seafaring Bugis dominant the southern tip, whereas the northern part of South Sulawesi is inhabited by the Torajas whose unique culture rivals that of the Balinese. Famed for their seafaring heritage and Pinisi schooners for centuries, the Bugis possess to the present day one of the last sailing fleets in the world.
The Bugis vessels have sailed as far as the Australian beach, leaving behind drawings of their ships on stone with words that have been integrated into the Aboriginal language of north Australia. Situated on the crossroads of well-traveled sea-lanes, its capital and chief trading port of Ujung Pandang, till today the gateway to eastern Indonesia. Spanish and Portuguese galleons, followed by British and Dutch traders sailed these seas in search of the spice trade, escorted by their men of war to protect them against the daring raids of the Bugis and Makassar who attacked the intruders.

Sleep is a naturally recurring state characterized by reduced or absent consciousness, relatively suspended sensory activity, and inactivity of nearly all voluntary muscles. It is distinguished from quiet wakefulness by a decreased ability to react to stimuli, and is more easily reversible than being in hibernation or a coma. Sleep is also a heightened anabolic state, accentuating the growth and rejuvenation of the immune, nervous, skeletal and muscular systems. Healthy sleep tips :


South Kalimantan Province is located in Kalimantan Island. South Kalimantan is a province of Indonesia. It is one of four Indonesian provinces in Kalimantan - the Indonesian part of the island of Borneo. The provincial capital is Banjarmasin. The province has a population of 2.97 million (2000 census).
There are 11 regencies in South Kalimantan: Banjar, Tanah Bumbu, Kotabaru, Tanah Laut, Barito Kuala, Tapin, Hulu Sungai Selatan, Hulu Sungai Tengah, Hulu Sungai Utara, Balangan, and Tabalong. This province has an administrative city, Banjarbaru.

Banjarmasin city is the capital of South Kalimantan have face in five dimensions that is; Government Town, Port Town, Commerce Town, Industrial Town and Tourism town. This town is located in tip of south as the gateway of South Kalimantan, occupy lowland which swamps, and stay between 3150 - 3220 south latitudes and between 114 320 - 114 380 east longitudes.

East Nusa Tenggara Islands have been shaped by the power and force of an enormous chain of mountains and volcanoes, which begins from the North of Sumatra and stretches east across Java. The province consists of over 550 islands, but is dominated by the three main islands of Flores, Sumba, and Timor. Occupying a unique position at the junction of Australian and Asian submarine ridges marked by the Wallace Line, it is one the world's most dynamic and exotic marine environments with nearly every species of coral and tropical fish represented. The arid landscape of eastern and southeastern Nusa Tenggara is the result of hot, dry winds blasting in from the Australian continent. In fact, in many coastal areas not a drop of rain falls during most of the year. Flores is a Portuguese name, which means 'flower' and ideally describes the beauty to be found here. This long island between Sumbawa and Timor is crowded with volcanoes and mountains dividing it into several distinct regions with individual languages and traditions. Predominantly Catholic and heavily influenced by the Portuguese, there are many examples of a strong European cultural heritage like eastern procession held in Larantuka, and the royal regalia of the former king in Maumere.

The Wallace Line, named after 19th century naturalist, Alfred Russell Wallace, marks a point of transition between the flora and fauna of Western and Eastern Indonesia and acts as the Western boundary of West Nusa Tenggara, which includes Lombok Island and Sumbawa. Lombok is noticeably different to its close neighbor, Bali. The northern part of the island is mountainous and lush with tall trees and shrubs. The South on the other hand is arid and covered by savannas. Large Asian mammals are absents and replaced instead by large numbers of marsupials, lizards, cockatoos and parrots. The difference becomes more pronounced as one moves further east where dry seasons are more prolonged and the land is dry and bush-like, and so in many areas corn and sago are the staple food, instead of rice. 

GEOGRAPHICALY
East Kalimantan is the widest province in Indonesia, broadly region is about 245237,80 Km2 or about one a half point of Java Island and Madura or 11 % from Indonesia region wide total. This province abuts on direct with neighboring state, that is Sabah and Serawak, East Malaysia.

ADMINISTRATIVE
Based on the government region, this province is divided into 4 municipal administrations, and 9 regencies and 122 Districts, 1347 villages and 191 sub-districts.
East Kalimantan Province has 13 Regencies and Cities :