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Solar Astronomy session for school students – organized by Karachi Astronomers Society 23-04-2012

Karachi Astronomers Society, April 23, 2012, organized presentation and Solar astronomy session for students of Education Bay School, Phase VIII, DHA Karachi. KaAS Participants: Zain, Mehdi, Ayaz, Ebrahim, & Asim.. supported by all members of Karachi Astronomers Society.. Around 100 students and their teachers overwhelmingly participated in presentation by Zain and the following solar astronomy session in which they watched sun through telescopes, for the first time in their lives.. The un-ending intelligent questions from the students were there to increase our faith in Pakistan talent and potential.. signs of promising future of our country in Astronomy & Space Sciences .. It was very happy to note that a large group of junior students (grade III or so) kept us persuading to include them in the activity .. which we couldn’t because of limited time.. May be next time inshaAllah. Last but not the least, we are grateful to the administration for anticipating the importance of this vital field of science, and healthy activity.. they well coordinated it in a time when exams were very near. In a nutshell.. it was a memorable event .. for everybody.. Special thanks to our Dr. Akbar whose newly purchased telescope SkyMAX 180 was used in the event. Please also see interesting blogs (by Zain Ahmed & Ebrahim Haq) covering the same event posted at KaAs site.. here is the link www.kaasts.com

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Monday, April 30th, 2012 2012 Astrology No Comments

Vivos Genesis Tour

The Vivos network of underground shelters is very real. Watch this video tour of one of the massive shelters built to withstand a 20 megaton blast from just 2 miles. This is one of the smallest Vivos shelters, with accommodations for just 80 people for up to one year of autonomous underground survival. The largest provides shelter for over 2000 people. At complete build out Vivos will save about 6000 people – 1 in every 1 million people on Earth in these impervious shelters. Something is coming. Vivos is prepared for all of the predicted risks, whenever they may occur – in 2012, 2013 or beyond. Vivos is the only co-ownership community shelter network on the planet. Limited space is still available for those that qualify. Members are now boarding. Don’t be left on the other side of the door!

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Thursday, March 29th, 2012 2012 Survival No Comments

Could You Survive Total Economic Collapse?

2012-contacts.com Be Prepared For The Coming Major Disaster? Just like the ancient civilizations that have come before, our consumer-driven apex may be at an end. Many writers on the economy fear the worst-case scenario, due to overwhelming consumer debts, rising oil costs, and the sheer number of banks saved by public policies. If our economy does crumble, it could mean total disaster for a society that uses oil to transport goods. Infrastructure could cease. Food shortages, anarchy, violence, and fear for one’s life could become the norm. The following will will help you learn more about collapse survival skills you will need in your daily life in an economically unstable or anarchic land. One particularly high-risk situation that could abruptly create an economic collapse is called peak oil. Several theorists, including Michael C. Ruppert, have been following the course of oil and the West’s need for fossil-fuel made manufactured goods. Just about every study of oil supplies projects its disappearance. The production of oil has peaked – there is just not enough remaining in the many wells we have drilled to support our needs and our expanding, oil-starved infrastructure. When oil prices inflate, an economic collapse might occur, destroying our “normal” everyday way of doing things. Preparedness is the key to survival. Today, millions of Americans say that they believe that the United States is on the verge of a major economic collapse and will soon be entering another

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Sunday, January 1st, 2012 Prepper Survival 5 Comments

Water Filter for Bug Out Bag – Urban Survival

envirosponsible.com I’ve finally found the ideal water filter for my needs-the Sawyer SP122. It weighs a paltry 1.8 oz and filters up to 0.1 micron. There is no cartridge to replace-ever! 1 MILLION GALLON GUARANTEE! Removal Rate: 0.10 Micron Absolute! Includes: * 1 – Inline Water Filter * 1 – Faucet Adapter * 1 – Hydration Pack Assembly Kit * Cleaning and Maintenance Instructions Specs: * Capacity: N/A * Weight: 1.8 ounces * Flow Rate: up to 40 PSI * Removes: Bacteria and Protozoa * Life Expectancy: 1 Million Gallons This convenient filter can be used: * as a pre-filter for an existing pump system * as an inline filter on a hydration pack * with the provided faucet adapter * with a gravity bag Biological Filtration: removes 7 log (99.99999%) of all bacteria like salmonella, cholera, and E. coli. And 6 log (99.9999%) of all Protozoa such as Giardia and Cryptosporidium. You will find these removal rates to equal or exceed competitive options. EPA guidelines allow ten times more Protozoa left in the water than we allow. This filter accessory allows you to connect your inline filter to most water taps. The adapter head is made of flexible PVC which allows connecting to different size faucet mounts. Great for traveling, camping, or for emergency situations when you’re not sure if the water is safe to drink. This faucet adapter can also be used to backwash and extend the life of your filter.

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Saturday, December 10th, 2011 2012 Survival 26 Comments