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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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Wednesday, February 18, 2004
This Time, Breast Cancer and Antibiotics

 Health:
What else can we expect from researchers? The significant relationship between history of antibiotic consumption and breast cancer. Is this because of the antibiotics or from the underlying infections, or just a statistical significant coincidence? Read the full story from Mercury News.

Posted at 05:57 am by Amir
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Tuesday, February 17, 2004
RSS Feeds Without Programming

 Internet:
A free tool for creating an RSS newsfeed from any blog, journal, or Web page. No programming required.

Posted at 06:14 am by Nema
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Monday, February 16, 2004
Behind their Smiles

 Society:
After staying here for nearly 1.5 years, now I think that behind these smiles lies maybe the most racist minds in the world. If there is an available position and there are only two applicants, one a native with IQ=50 and the other a foreigner with 180, then they do not hesitate to take the native one.

Posted at 04:50 pm by Amir
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Future Hospitals

 Health/Technology:
Robot medicine is not a dream, it is technologically available and is on the way. Last week, surgeons at St Thomas's Hospital in London operated the controls of a robot carrying out an operation on a kidney model in the US. Trials of the robot have shown it was slower than human surgeons - but more accurate. Read full story from BBC NEWS.

Posted at 08:37 am by Amir
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Sunday, February 15, 2004
The Art Of Photography

 Photography:
an E-book About History And Practice Of The Art Of Photography.
>download e-book (87kb/zip)

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Saturday, February 14, 2004
Decrease Lie Risk

 Science:
People lie more on the phone than by email, so if you want to ask sth from someone and don't want to hear a lie, ask it by an e-mail and not by phone. I hope at least! Read full story from New Scientist.


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Friday, February 13, 2004
His Last frame was Captured Just One Minute Before His Death

 

 Photography:
Biggart. a photographer, had been carrying three cameras with him, when he left his home in Manhattan that sparkling Tuesday morning, and started walking south towards the plumes of smoke. There were two Canon EOS1s film cameras. He was also carrying his Canon D30 digital camera.He was killed when the second World Trade tower collapsed on top of him. He was 53 years old. Amazingly, though his film camera and all of his film were detroyed, the Compact Flash card from his Canon EOS-D30 survived.His final picture is sad to see, coming as it does 90 seconds before his death.
>more photos from bill biggart's last day

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Thursday, February 12, 2004
Women Harder Hit by Chronic Cough

 Health:
A chronic cough tends to have a more profound effect on women than men. Severe symptoms such as headache, painful breathing, nausea and urinary incontinence were more common among women. Read full story from BBC NEWS.
 

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Wednesday, February 11, 2004
Archive Of OST

 Cinema/Music:
A Lot Of Film Music From Varoius Composer : John Barry , Danny Elfman And ...

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Tuesday, February 10, 2004
Nanopulses and Cells

 Health:
The method involves exposing cells to an extremely powerful electric field for very brief periods. One of the main effects seems to be calcium release from the endoplasmic reticulum. Initial experiments suggest it might one day be possible to use this technique to treat cancer, speed up healing or even tackle obesity. Read more from New Scientist.

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