Sunday, January 13, 2013

Terbaek Dari Facebook - Sedara Kembar Samy Vellu (Foto)

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Tengok betul-betul... ada iras-iras kan?

Dengan rambut sebakul, angkat tangan lambai-lambai & sure kepala tgh melenggok-lenggok kiri kanan.

Cuma molot tak merah makan sireh!

Kah kah kah!!!

Deepak Sudah Mula Terasa Telornya Mengecut

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Ini telur Ballotelli, pemain bolasepak
Manchester City.
Bunyi macam hebat. Sidang akhbar sana, sidang sini. Menyanyi dia macam-macam. Deepak si Barua telah menyanyi di Harakah, di Malaysiakini, di MalaysianInsider dan sampai ke Asia Sentinel.

Menyanyilah si Barua Deepak dari Benua Keling tentang beg tangan lah, tanah lah, intan permata lah. Semua ratus-ratus juta.

Deepak ini serupalah dgn si Kitol di zaman Kerajaan Melayu Melaka. Sama jugalah pembawaknya macam Mahafiraun.

Dahan berpaut sekarang dahan nak mati, mencarilah dahan baru. Auta.

Sekarang menyanyi di Malaysiakini, mau masuk jarum sama Mat Nuar.

Kaldai karpet ini jangan di bagi muka, lama-lama esok dia mintak nak menikah dgn anak dalam rumah.

Kah kah kah!!!

Largest structure in universe found — and it's mind-boggling

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Large quasar group stretches 4 billion light-years; theory says it shouldn't exist

Astronomers have discovered the largest known structure in the universe, a clump of active galactic cores that stretches 4 billion light-years from end to end.

The structure is a large quasar group (LQG), a collection of extremely luminous galactic nuclei powered by supermassive central black holes. This particular group is so large that it challenges modern cosmological theory, researchers said.

"While it is difficult to fathom the scale of this LQG, we can say quite definitely it is the largest structure ever seen in the entire universe," lead author Roger Clowes, of the University of Central Lancashire in England, said in a statement. "This is hugely exciting, not least because it runs counter to our current understanding of the scale of the universe."

Quasars are the brightest objects in the universe. For decades, astronomers have known that they tend to assemble in huge groups, some of which are more than 600 million light-years wide.

But the record-breaking quasar group, which Clowes and his team spotted in data gathered by the Sloan Digital Sky Survey, is on another scale altogether. The newfound LQC is composed of 73 quasars and spans about 1.6 billion light-years in most directions, though it is 4 billion light-years across at its widest point. To put that mind-boggling size into perspective, the disk of the Milky Way galaxy — home of Earth's solar system — is about 100,000 light-years wide. And the Milky Way is separated from its nearest galactic neighbor, Andromeda, by about 2.5 million light-years.

The newly discovered LQC is so enormous, in fact, that theory predicts it shouldn't exist, researchers said. The quasar group appears to violate a widely accepted assumption known as the cosmological principle, which holds that the universe is essentially homogeneous when viewed at a sufficiently large scale.

Calculations suggest that structures larger than about 1.2 billion light-years should not exist, researchers said.

"Our team has been looking at similar cases which add further weight to this challenge, and we will be continuing to investigate these fascinating phenomena," Clowes said.