Earth Day Message 2010

Saturday, April 17, 2010 at Saturday, April 17, 2010
You're probably wondering. What's a kid got to say about the earth and the situation it is in? Read on.

The Human race originated in Africa around 200,000 years ago. Yet in the very continent our species came from has people dying from hunger, cholera, diarrhea, HIV AIDS every day. Our race has done more harm to this planet than any other living being ever to exist, so is it only fair that we are suffering the way we are? For millenia the human race has been spreading his territory, expanding his sphere of influence and the extent of the ruin HE has masterminded.

We mine coal from the depths, dredge fish from the sea, pump oil from wells, burn fuel for energy, and hunt beasts for food. All our activities are placing more and more burden on the weakening shoulders of the earth. There will come the day when Mother Earth will no longer be able to carry us. It is only recently that our kind has come to know that we are biting the hand that feeds us; besieging our own home. And now, it seems like the Earth and the Animal Kingdom, that we and those before us have been oppressing, are inflicting their revenge upon us, with the earth throwing upon us calamity after calamity from earthquakes to tsunamis to droughts and famines.

Like a caterpillar chewing at the leaf hiding it from the watchful eye of the hawk, we are burning a hole in the shield that protects us from the malignant rays of radiation from the sun. Rays of X, Y, and Gamma radiation can destroy crops and burn our skins are blocked by Ozone layer. Like everything else, we are going to chew that up too.

We've got to protect this planet. That's why Earth Day's here. But switching off lights ain't going to save us. We need to start small and simple. And we need to start quick because its not like we could go shopping on another planet, right?



Sunday, April 4, 2010 at Sunday, April 04, 2010
Pictures of the New Circle Line

A track in the center of the MRT lobby.

Eccentric design of the stations


The interior of the new 3-car, system-driven MRT system.

Got this free coke while walking on the street somewhere in Bras Basah.

Random stuff.

Saturday, April 3, 2010 at Saturday, April 03, 2010
Read the title: it explains everything. Went touring around S'pore. Took pics. They are not in chronological order.

The Singapore River at approx 5.30 p.m

A samurai Katana

An alien lift lobby.

Darkie Toothpaste. Now changed, due to racial issues, to Darlie.

Clone troopers at the Changi Exhibition Centre

501st Legion

Ended the day listening to 91.3, 98.7 fm(s) in the car.


Monday, March 22, 2010 at Monday, March 22, 2010
HEY! I come with one plea. Please. Please. Please click on my adverts. Please. Stop existing and start living. Please click my adverts. You will be giving life to others through that one little click. Imagine it was your last day on earth. Who's blog would you visit. Mine. That's right. So stop in the name of nuffnang, come on over and click on the adverts. Spend a couple of minutes each day to this noble purpose. Heaven bless those who click. May you pass your "o"s with soaring colors. I am in your debt.
Kudos to you.
Signing off.


Wednesday, March 17, 2010 at Wednesday, March 17, 2010
Why are you here? Did you ever try thinking about that? Funny isnt it? Inanimate particles coming together to form a thing that not only lives and breathes, but is able to contemplate the reasons of its existence and its origin. Wierd. Anyway youre here and im doing up my blog again.. Using google's adsense and nuffnang is very long winded. These two utilities are advertisement agents of a sort. They can earn you a good deal of money (peanuts) but you need to have your readers constantly clicking on them. Otherwise theyre just boulders obstructing the river. Had my birthday 17 days ago. It was fun. And simple. Simplicity is beauty. Yup. So now I'm 16. I can actually watch NC-16 Movies. Legally, that is. I cant really believe im 16. I feel like im 13. I wish i was 13.


Tuesday, November 10, 2009 at Tuesday, November 10, 2009
Did you know that while the RMS Titanic hit an iceberg in the Arctic ocean at 11.40pm on the 14 of April 1912, some of the passengers on board were watching a black-and-white, silent movie made in 1911 known as the Poseidon Adventure : a movie which was about the passengers of a sinking ship trying to find their way to safety. Ironic isn't it? The passengers watching the show were so absorbed in it that they did not even feel the Titanic hit a iceberg. Some of these people ultimately shared the same fate of the characters of The Poseidon Adventure. Not so affected by the film industry You say? Think again.

PSP modding

Wednesday, October 28, 2009 at Wednesday, October 28, 2009
Today I have finally succeeded in modifying my Play Station Portable set without any professional help.

Watch this video on a very 'interesting' way to play ps2 games on a ps2:

And this about a silly indian kid making a fool of himself with a psp:
Sunday, October 25, 2009 at Sunday, October 25, 2009

This is the official cast for the Last Airbender movie set for release in 2010. I expect it to be just another "DragonBall" washup.. I'm trying to be realistic on this but the future of this film, juding by the casts only, seems dull.
Avatar Aang is played by Noah Ringer
Fire Prince Zuko is played by Dev Patel
Southern Waterbender Katara is played by Nicola Pertz
Southern watertribe Sokka is played by Jackson Rathbone.
IT seems very clear that the fire nation in the new avatar film would be depicted as Indians ( what do you expect from an Indian director - M. Night Shyamalan)

Windows 7 (Rights Reserved) en route.

Sunday, October 18, 2009 at Sunday, October 18, 2009
Windows 7 is slated for for an official release date of 22 OCT 2009. Since Microsoft started working on this futuristic improvement on Microsoft's Windows Vista operating system, the OS has undergone many changes, both in aethetics and dynamic functions. The version Microsoft ever so proudly presents will be the final Windows 7 OS release pack: Windows 7 RTM Build 7600. (Click link for some screenshots).

Microsoft's next operating system will implement Office 2007's "ribbon" toolbar in most of its system applications, scale back on the User Account Control nagging (irritating "Allow? or Deny?"), and load a "light" (rapid-loading) Windows Media Player on double-clicking videos. Is this just an attempt to wow critics with slightly more aesthetically pleasing twin of Vista OS or will this be the harbinger for a new, decluttered Windows experience?

Windows 7 user Webran61 says: "Vista has been fine for me since turning off all the unecessary stuff (which let's face it, is part of everyone's OS experience). Also, I love the ribbon toolbars in Office 2007, and welcome the change to the entire Windows experience. Some (most) people just can't move on and accept change. These are the people who stubbornly stick to XP on a machine with 256MB of RAM. The rest of us find Vista not only bearable, but also pleasant, and I'm sure we will find 7 a pleasure to use as well."

Personally I've grown fond of Vista's improved Graphics, its ability to foster a sense of cleanliness on a computer that's constantly pressured to store an ever expanding labyrinthe of data.

Below are a couple of screenshots:

The revolutionary appearance of Windows 7

Another screenshot of Windows 7 OS. Notice the incredible freedom of customisation given to Windows 7 users.

You may visit:
This is Microsoft's official website for Windows 7 OS and also included is a 'tour' of the futuristic Operating System..

To learn more about Windows 7 and its capabilities, visit: .

GUNZ madness

Friday, October 16, 2009 at Friday, October 16, 2009
Gunz: The Duel is an Massive Multiplayer Online Role Playing Game or (MMORPG) which requires you to kill other players with firearms or swords/daggers to gain experience and LEVEL UP.

Me dead.

Killing Spree

Sniping some poor soul

Gladiator mode

High_Haven Map

Leaping from the top of the western temple after 'wall-cancelling' to scale the wall

Me from the top of a pillar i scaled while practising 'wall-cancelling'

The pillar

The line at the bottom of the pit that you can see from the picture (the this line surrounding the pit right before the dark parts) which the computer uses to think that is you are above that line, u are alive. below and bam! ur dead.

Spawning location in the Great Arena where there are 2 pits surrounding you.
Wednesday, October 14, 2009 at Wednesday, October 14, 2009
A sad little robot..

Scrin Mechpede

at Wednesday, October 14, 2009
Presenting the Scrin Mechapede; the most advanced biological modular weapon. (BMW - no affiliation to BMW AMERICA AUTOMOBILE MANUFACTURER).
Though rare, the Mechapede is a formidable foe; plated with thick armour and gifted with the unique ability to spawn body segments that include anti infantry, anti vehicular, anti structure, and anti aircraft modules making it the most versatile scrin unit even more so than the scrin Eradicator Hexapod. The scrin MECHAPEDE, when fully equipped with anti vehicular modules, is more than capable of dispatching an annihilator tripod or reaper tripod, standing as testimony to the awesome technological superiority of the Scrin race.
Below is Concept art of the Mechapede before Command & Conquer : Kane's Wrath was produced at the time of which the Mechapede was aptly called 'Millipede'...

Examination Extermination

Tuesday, October 13, 2009 at Tuesday, October 13, 2009
The examinationshve finally come to a close. And i havent blogged for 2 months (est.). This year saw a plung in he average results for the school. This is probably because of the extreme difficulty of the papers this year. Alot of people are somewhat miserable because their marks anrnt very impressive. Im just miserable because my laptop's keyboard is becoming unresponsive (esp. the spacebar, the 'e', the 'a' and 'r' keys). here's a brief overview of my results:
EL - 62.5 % (so far)
E.Math - 90%
A. math - 76.875%
MT (tamil) - 84%
Biology - 82%
Chemistry - 67.5%
Physics - N.A
S.S - 35/50
Geography - 42/50
Humanities - 77%



Monday, June 29, 2009 at Monday, June 29, 2009
School opened today.. I didnt go.. I caught some sort of cold that caused my head to hurt and my joints ache. Anyway, I expect to see a change of seating arrangement when I go to school tomorrow. I wouldnt like to change my seat, but change is inevitable. I just hope i sit near a fan or a source of wind. I just cant focus on studies in an unvetilated area. I also changed my blog layout, fitting a huge picture of the Decepticon tyrant Megatron (he's dead but came back to life--happens to all bad guys, they just cant stay dead)..

Transformers Revenge Of The Fallen

Wednesday, June 24, 2009 at Wednesday, June 24, 2009

Movie Rating: 4 out of 5 stars. SPOILER ALERT!!!!!!

The fight scenes in this movie are simply incredible. The action is heart stopping. In the first movie, they had so much close ups of the fighting that, if you were'nt a transformers fan, wouldnt know who was fighting who. It was simply a flash of metal.

In this movie however, they made it a point to focus far (not too far) from the fighting. You could see Optimus Prime pounding the decepticons ( he gets pounded real good as well) clearly. The humour parts were good and entertaining. The sound effects were simply bombastic in a good way of course. It wasnt as soft as a romance film and wasnt as loud as 'terminator: salvation' in which I almost jumped at every explosion.

One thing that wasnt right were the Autobot twins Skids and Mudflap. They were ridiculous representations of the super-advanced cybertronians we call Transformers. There were certain parts of the film that were so awesome that my heart was beating faster than usual. The cybertronians in the film (call them cybots if you will-- cybertronian robots = cybots) the cybots in the film had a greater sense of humanity in them. They seemed too human to be alien. After all, ther're planet is 58 lightyears from ours so its safe to call them aliens.

There were some very interesting additions to the film. 1 would be the introduction of the SunHarvester. It is a large cybertronian device used to consume stars (like our sun) to generate Energon- the life-blood of the species. Another addition would be polypedal bots.(polypedal--many limbs), instead of the standard two legged humanoid transformers like the famous Optimus Prime or Bumblebee. An example would be Ravage, a 4 legged dog-like entity roughly 1.5 times larger than your average housedogs (im talking about the big ones) Ravage is sent be Soundwave, an interesting satellite-like machine, to obtain the shard of the AllSpark ( it is a cube that was pushed into Megatron's chest and disintegrated, killing him, leaving only a shard picked up by optimus prime in the first movie) -----Ravage pictured below
Decepticon Ravage Also, there is a strange entity called a pretender. Pretenders are cybots that, instead of adapting a vehicle disguise, adapt a human disguise (very much like the female T-800 terminator from Terminator 3: rise of the machines)

The Fallen -- one of the main antagonists of the film. I wont tell you who he is, you'll find out when you watch the movie which lasts 154 minutes.
Overall, good movie.

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