Thursday, November 19, 2009

Can we live alone !!!

We came is this world alone.... and one day we will go alone... but does it proves that we should live alone too.. Well this question suddenly crashed in my mind last night.
" Relations are the one that once formed cannot be washed out again. This you might have experienced many time ". So, don't you feel now that this is the key to the above question. I do feel.....
We the human creature cannot live independently, we depend on someone for something. Being social we like others company whether we know him or her or not. We then have a feeling of satisfaction that there is someone with us; we are not alone. But what would you say if anyone leaves you alone............ spell bounded !!!! hmm....

The main idea I want to share is don't forget any relation easily because then you'll wont be able to tolerate yourself. And it's a big deal.

Monday, November 16, 2009

Meteor shower

Well-placed skywatchers could see hundreds of meteors an hour on Tuesday, at the peak of the annual Leonid meteor shower.

Meteors are bits of dust or rock that collide with Earth's atmosphere. The friction heats up gas particles that produce a glowing trail. A handful of meteors can be seen each hour on any clear night, but this number can spike significantly during a meteor shower.

The Leonid shower occurs each year when the Earth passes through streams of debris ejected by the comet 55P/Tempel-Tuttle, which often leaves behind dusty trails as it passes through the inner solar system every 33 years.

Earth will cut across the first such stream around 0900 GMT on 17 November, an event that is expected to produce dozens of meteors an hour. But the spectacle will reach its peak between 2100 and 2200 GMT, as Earth passes through two debris trails left by Tempel-Tuttle in 1466 and 1533.