If they look so "biologically different from us"- assuming that we know what every species of creature on this planet looks like, and has metabolisms and behavioral patterns that we recognize - we should see them as nothing but aliens. Then, again - and to repeat a popular science fiction trope - they might just be walking, eating, farting and sleeping amongst us (not fornicating and reproducing with us, successfully, at least, because it is entirely unlikely that even though they might look like us, their DNA will be a replica of ours. But who knows? If they look like species among us, they've probably got to gene splicing, perhaps gene replication, perhaps even gene creation - in which case, they are us. Perhaps the alien is a virus in my laptop that's found a way to jump the binary-gene barrier and has leaked into me through my fingertips and is forcing me to write this crud. Man, this is a complicated business. I'd better degauss my laptop. Better to lose all my software than to turn into an alien virus hatchery.
Saturday, June 13, 2015
In today’s world if someone can devote his or her time for his own people or for small but necessary courses of life then, that person is a real winner. Twenty-four hours makes a day and today, for humans these hours are too less to complete their work and relax. Everyone is running and even they are not sure that they are running after what. Time is something very important that one can utilize in many useful ways in such a busy life. Time can act dangerously too if it’s less in a human being’s life. It can be a boon to a person who have time as per his work schedule. If there is no time in a relationship then that relationship can easily be on rocks and only one thing can save it and that is again, TIME. In today’s busy world whenever you find time for yourself then do utilize it by doing those important things that you are planning from a long time. Surprise your loved ones by a small visit or take them out for dinner or lunch, enjoy with them. Find some time for enhancing your own personality. Spend some time on yourself by going out for shopping or go for a new makeover. These things look small but they can affect your life in a big way. Arrange surprise parties at your home as well as at your office. This will reduce the tension and stress that you are going through and this will make you relaxed. There are many people who do not even get time to get back to their homes, as their jobs do not allow them, but whenever they have time they should utilize it and make themselves happy by doing some stress-buster activities. It is the human being who has to arrange his life according to the time otherwise he has to suffer the aftereffects in personal as well as in professional life. Work is important but relationships are also very important at their place. Time should be equally divided according to the needs of human beings. If a person arranges his or her time according to the requirements of life then that person will easily win the race of life and always be happy!
The Sahara is the biggest desert in the world. It covers nearly a fourth of the whole African continent. It extends into 12 countries and stretches 3,500 miles (5,600 km) from east to west and 1,063 miles (1,700 km) north to south. Sahara is from the Arabic word meaning desert. This desert stretches from the Red Sea to the Atlantic Ocean, and it is larger than the Mediterranean Sea. Its very low rainfall does not encourage the growth of plants, although there are a few. Some animals also live in the desert, although they are primarily small nocturnal ones, and number of reptiles. The fruit of the date palm, which can ordinarily be found in and around oases, provides a little food for the people who make the desert their home.
No one really knows if dinosaurs had voices. Maybe some did and others didn't. Hadrosaurs had a hollow in their head crest, and they may have trumpeted sounds through it almost the way an elephant uses its trunk. Sound leaves no visible record and so the question of whether dinosaurs could communicate may be the most difficult question of all. However, there is fossil evidence to show that the nostrils of Hadrosaurs were elongated. The hollow in the head crest might have acted as a kind of echo chamber; a noise formed in the throat trumpeted through the crest for identification of species, communication, mating and warnings. Parasaurolophus, or the archetypal Hadrosaaurus, was named the trombone duckbill because of its facial structure.