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 I am happy to create my own web site. By profession, I am a civil engineer having my structural engineering degree from Peoples' Friendship University of Russia. I 'll have a category for designing where basically my focus will be in 'step by step designing' of construction elements using B.S code. I hope this will be of much help. I have a topic on "chemistry in engineering", where you can find how chemistry is important in daily engineering life.

My field of interests are Music, Meditation, literatures, philosophy, science etc.

In this web i am going to publish some of very interesting web sites helpful for engineers and people in general. If someone need more interesting links one can get registered and ask personally.Like wise I have some useful handbooks and work sheets on engineering and designing. I will be happy to share them once one is registered to my web.

Here, so far I have published 2 poems and an article. The article called "easyness" tries to explain that anykind of events happening in this world can't be avoided. It starts from the interaction between nonliving matter and ends with  the interaction between living beings-interaction within society.

My utmost interest is to research in "Karma" which has been widely talked in eastern phylosophy. Therefore I will try to have an article on "Karma".

Finally, I have been able to complete the long awaited story "Nyomgba". Who is Nyomgba and why he came to Vasu's life...want to learn more? visit catagory NYOMBGA .Hope the story will make you think twice about your life.


I gladly accept anykind of suggestion in my forum.


For your information : This site is still under constructions.

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Kopi Luwak (civet coffee)

Posted by Ananta on January 6, 2011 at 2:04 AM Comments comments (0)

Civet coffee is one of the most expensive coffees in the world with hundreds of dollar per KG.

What is so special in this exotic coffee?

Kopi Luwak has historical connection with the Coffee production in Indonesia. Indonesia is the largest exporter of this coffee. Kopi in Indonesian word is mean for coffee. Luwak is a local name of the Asian palm civet in Sumatra.

What is the connection between coffee and an animal?

Actually the coffee is produced from the civets’ feces...Are you crazy...? These rich people are drinking coffee from animal shit?

Oh no. There is just a chemical treatment undergoing inside civet's digestive organs.


Palm civets primarily feed on coffee berries, fruits, small vertebrates, insects, ripe fruits and seeds. In stomach, the berries undergo chemical treatment under secretion from their digestive organ. The beans are then defecated in clumps, having kept their shape intact. They are then collected from the forest land, thoroughly washed; sun dried and given only a light roast and ground.

The resulting coffee is rich in flavor.


Posted by Ananta on January 1, 2011 at 12:55 AM Comments comments (0)


Graphene-not only the thinnest ever but also the strongest.

Posted by Ananta on October 12, 2010 at 7:08 AM Comments comments (1)

Can you imagine the thickness of a sheet made out of atoms?  Yes, two researchers have recently received the Nobel Prize in physics on graphene, a super-thin sheet of carbon atoms that has unusual and potentially useful properties.

Andre Geim and Konstantin Novoselov, currently professors at the University of Manchester, won the top physics prize for their work on isolating graphene from graphite ( ordinary form of carbon used in pencils) and characterizing its behavior.

Graphene has application from computer chips and flexible displays to solar cells and lighter aircraft.

"As a material it is completely new--not only the thinnest ever but also the strongest. As a conductor of electricity it performs as well as copper. As a conductor of heat it outperforms all other known materials. It is almost completely transparent, yet so dense that not even helium, the smallest gas atom, can pass through it," the Swedish Academy of Sciences said in its Nobel Prize announcement. "Carbon, the basis of all known life on earth, has surprised us once again." Isn't it a biggest achievement in human history?




Do aliens attack us?

Posted by Ananta on April 29, 2010 at 7:33 AM Comments comments (0)

Recent statement made by World famous scientist Stephen Hawking that we should fear aliens is somewhat like we watch in sci-fi film, although it has big place to take place in reality. Analogy of which may take the planet "pandora" from blockbuster movie by James Camaroon "Avatar", where of course Camaroon has shown earth dwellers as predominant.

Have our science gain such popularity in the universe so that the aliens get afraid of us? How many planets have we explored yet? Are we the heroes in space close by us? What have we done in exploring extraterrestrial (ET) life? If we take a look into the space with billions of planets with billion light years distance, we have done nothing.

Our theoretical science has gone many years ahead of our daily using science. Say, if the truth of dark matter and dark energy is confirmed, we may be far behind of ET life in consuming them, while we are still in terms of theory. The whole understanding of science may change in the field of dark matter. We are still far away from the privilege we might have with dark matter and dark energy.

Take, heaven which has place in all religions and angels living there. Looking to there power, can’t we imagine that they are more advance than human being? The science which they govern is totally different from the earth science. Human being lives for say 100 years while there life span is thousands of years. Our action is restrained by the space time frame, while there actions overcome our space time frame. Thanks God, angles are always good to human beings.

What if there are planets with creatures who are more advance than us and who offend us? That day, we’ll be remembering Hawking's statement.