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Amir and Nema = Writers.
Close friends but living in different places. Amir in Sweden, and Nema in Iran.
Married, no children.
Hobbies: Computer Sciences, Internet Surfing, Music, Movies,
Sports, Reading Any Readable Material! and Photographing.



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Monday, October 06, 2003
What is XIII?

XIII is the upcoming multiplatform first-person shooter from Ubi Soft Entertainment. Based on its own merits, XIII is a stylish first-person shooter with some cool game mechanics. However, style and gameplay aside, XIII is primarily notable for two other reasons. First, ... (read more)

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Sunday, October 05, 2003
Instant Memory Loss In A Post-Modern Movie

mementoLeonard Shelby, an employee of an insurance company, was concerned with the investigation of claims until, one night, his wife was raped and murdered in their apartment. Shelby himself was knocked unconscious after killing one of the murderers. The other murderer was able to escape without being identified. The police then assumed that there had only been one murderer who, in turn, had also been killed. Having been hit on the head, Leonard suffers from partial amnesia, from the loss of short-term memory. Despite this, he searches for his wife's escaped murderer (Memento; By Christopher Nolan). What's your idea about short memory loss? Your  memory up to the moment of crash is remained intact but you can't remember the name or face of persons with whom you  speak one hour ago. By the Way, do you think that leonard can find the murderer?

Reviews Of Film ; Trailer ; Official Site ; Full-Text Script


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Ford F150

New Model From An Old Company.Do You Know Ford F150 ?
(after Downloading,  right Click And select PLAY).

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Web-Based Remote Monitoring of Infant Incubators in the ICU

I was thinking that Internet is just good for chatting and multiplayer internet-based games. No way, it is too serious. Researchers are using that for controlling some variables in NICU. Then they can access those web-based information wherever they are. Read more in an article from International Journal of Medical Informatics.

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Saturday, October 04, 2003
Fake Smile, Real Smile, How to distinguish them

Telling a joke to a couple of friends. All of them laugh (really!). How can you know that this was not just they were vey kind and didn't want you to think like a bad joke teller. Were they really laughing or they were just faking?
There is a scientific test and at the end an explanation for the difference between fake and real smiles from BBC Science

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Friday, October 03, 2003
Unique Patterns

patternLook at this pattern.Is it created By PhotoShop? Or Bryce? Or ....
No. It Is A cross section of a head of red cabbage shows how the leaves interdigitate in an intricate and beautiful pattern.
The natural world abounds in eye-catching patterns. Consider the synchronized movements of a school of fish gliding through deep ocean waters; or the coordinated turns and swoops of a flock of starlings whirling among tall trees before coming to rest on a telephone wire. How do all the individuals in the school or the flock avoid collisions with their neighbors? How do they orchestrate their graceful movements?

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Wow, It was Close; Collision with an Asteroid

An asteroid passed just 88,000 kilometres from the Earth by on Saturday 27 September - the closest approach of a natural object ever recorded. More in an article form New Scientist.

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Thursday, October 02, 2003
Letters From Soldiers

"...tonight we are restricted to our barracks..."
"...thanks a lot for the smokes as they sure came in handy to us all in the tent..."
"...says he would give his right arm to stand..."
"we just got word that they no longer need cadets and that they're short of men in the ground forces. I guess you know what that means. Back to the infantry for me."

-Read More Letters From Soldiers Of World War II




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Rocket Seats or Just too Much Gasoline Drink?


Rocket-propelled airplane seats, space shuttle escape pods, lifeboats that plunge from oil rigs Into fiery seas: exit tech for high-risk machines races to keep pace as the perils pile up. An article from Stephan Wilkinson in Popular Science.









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Wednesday, October 01, 2003
Blind Owl AND Lost Highway?

Sadegh Hedayat was born in 1903 in Teheran, where he spent most of his life. In the 1940s he studied existential philosophy with Jean-Paul Sartre. Through his writing he brought his country's language and literature into the mainstream. He committed suicide in 1951.
" THE BLIND OWL" by SADEQ HEDAYAT it's a novel that it's so similar to "lost highway"(A Strange Film By David Lynch).
This Story Begins With "There are sores which slowly erode the mind in solitude like a canker. It is impossible to convey a just idea of the agony which this disease can inflict. In general, people are apt to relegate such inconceivable sufferings to the category of incredible..."


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