Thursday, April 16, 2009

Save The Polar Bear


Polar bears are dying and will soon be wiped out entirely if we don't take immediate action to curb global warming. One of George W. Bush's 11th-hour decisions greatly weakened protections for the polar bear and other species under the Endangered Species Act by issuing regulations reducing protections for the polar bear and exempting greenhouse gas emissions -- the number-one threat to the bear -- from regulation.

Congress, however, just passed special legislation granting President Barack Obama's Interior Secretary Ken Salazar 60 days to revoke the damaging Bush regulations with the stroke of a pen

Please sign the petition below and pass it on to a friend today.
-Save The Polar Bear-

With your help, we'll reach our goal to get 50,000 signatures and convince Interior Secretary Salazar to revoke the Bush regulations before the May 9, 2009 deadline.

Please help us gather 50,000 signatures on the petition below by May 9, asking Salazar to revoke Bush's polar bear extinction regulations.

Global warming is rapidly melting the sea ice polar bears depend on. Accounts of bears starving and drowning are on the rise as they are forced to swim farther and farther to reach the solid ice they need for hunting and resting. Those trapped on land hundreds of miles from the nearest ice are often shot as they wander, starving, near villages.

Please save em!

Sunday, April 12, 2009

Happy Easter!

Duckie Hop



Bunny Hop



Wish everyone a Happy Spring and a Happy Easter. Hehe. I will be making whole eggs dinner with my love one. GOD bless.

Thursday, April 9, 2009

Global Warming - Save Antarctica


The global warming effect on Antarctica has gotten serious! And this is affecting the entire world. Global warming is caused by many different factors, and some of these factors are greenhouse gas emissions that is the vehicles used that run on fossil fuels like diesel and gasoline, melting of ice and snow in the Antarctica Peninsula. The ice shelves in the area are breaking up and melting and lead to increased sea levels.



More. Penguins, which nest in areas most affected by global warming are seeing a decrease in population numbers, because ideal nesting spots are slowly becoming more scarce, The Krill in the sea is also being affected. This is caused by less ice in the sea around Antarctica. As well as almost all other forms of marine life in the area. Many fish, whales, and other marine species feed on the Krill, and with less of this food source there will be fewer species capable of surviving in the area. This will have a profound effect on commercial fishing in the area, and a decline in the amount of fish in our food supply chain.
Global Warming Antarctica
The global warming effect on Antarctica can have devastating results for the entire world. When ice melts and the sea rises, this leads to more moisture in the air. This means more rain and snow in other areas, and this will affect millions of people. Coastal lands of every continent may become flooded due to rising sea levels, leading to less land in an already overpopulated world. Food crops are greatly affected, causing food shortages and starvation deaths, especially in countries that are not developed. There is also a rise in natural disasters like devastating storms, such as typhoons and hurricanes, that are caused by global warming and the Antarctic ice cap melting. Hurricane Katrina in the United States and elsewhere may be an example of what future storms will be like if we do not stop global warming now.
The global warming may not be reversible, but we can minimize the damage by using renewable energy sources that are friendly to the environment and can greatly reduce the global warming effect in Antarctica. Global warming effect on Antarctica is just the first step in a process that will end with the earth becoming uninhabitable for future generations. This must not be allowed to happen, and steps must be taken now to reduce and eliminate global warming, not only to protect Antarctica but the entire world.
Please .... You, please save our earth ..... Our mother nature ....

Earth Day 2009 is on April 22

Tuesday, April 7, 2009

Spring Rain - C'est la vie

Again, I’m sitting in my room dutifully ignoring my Psych reading. Nothing much, I'm listening. I listen to the rhythm of pouring rain, falling spectacularly hard outside ! This kind of weather is to be coveted, but only once in a blue moon. If it were up to me, I would go paddling in the waterfall outside in Coby, but somewhat it won't happen in New York City.

It's a rainy day, and it won't stop. There's nothing I can do to make it change, but I can listen, listen to the melody from the mother nature. Wishing weekend will come soon.


Saturday, April 4, 2009

Spring Rain - By Lee Hom


Thursday, April 2, 2009

My Experience With Asus Eee pc 1000HE

Yeah. Finally, I received my Asus Epc 1000He, well of course, not just received, but I got it couple weeks ago. :-) But why I still need a netbook even though I have a vista ultimate, 22 inches sitting at home, plus my 15'4 Sony Vaio on my desk? Yes!, that's right, my stupid 15.4 Sony Vaio is a piece of garbage (pardon me for all Sony lovers out there) I am a huge Sony fan myself, I have use everything from Sony, such as the Play Station, the Sony Hi-Fi, The Camera, The Laptop, The Phone, The Music Player... bla bla bla. But seriously.. The Vaio I'm currently using, is "urg" speechless -_-"
Anyway. Due to my school work, and better travel companion, finally I put my hands on ASUS EPC 1000HE. Based on my experience for couple weeks, I think the best selling point of this product are superior battery life. A year before, 2.5 hours on my Vaio has been very good. But not really ... So obviously Asus eeeepc 1000HE up to 9.5 hours continuous use! Such alarming figures, relying mainly on a support of a 8700mAh battery. 1000HE also uses a more power-saving new processors: only 2.5W power consumption of Atom N280, clocked at 1.66GHz; with more energy-efficient LED-backlit display; In addition, ASUS energy saving technology developed by SHE (Super Hybrid Engine), have to say that this is a really good thingy to use.

In addition, 1000HE's another selling point is newest Intel Atom N-280, the 802.11b/g/n Wireless and Bluetooth 2.0, so 1000HE is able to enjoy more high-speed Internet experience. On top of that, the EEeepc come wit the hard disk capacity remains at 160GB. But as the Eee PC as part of the promotion, ASUS comes with a 10GB offered by the ASUS online space. But i think is useless (at least for me, 160GB is good for my school work)
And the last, the keyboard design is different than previous model, the new keyboard design is stylish and sturdy (same as mac book). The screen is a good size for watching movies, and the hotkeys are nice to be able to change the screen resolution so you can see full webpages without having to scroll over. The design of the netbook itself is pretty well done, I got mine in Black. But there is a cons, that is the thickness. Is a little thick for a netbook (Thicker than Lenovo S101), but still, better than Vaio. And the screen brightness is not as bright as a lot other notebooks. Oh.. also, I upgraded my memory to 2Gb..is..super!

My view


But seriously think about it, it just a NetBook! I mean, a small whatever pc.. travel piece that can last me more than 7 hours without charging when I use the wireless.. So now I have this awesome little machine. I can throw it in a bag. What else I can ask for?

Wednesday, April 1, 2009

April Fool 2009

~pawn~ Watch your back. Happy April Fool's Day ~