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Friday, November 21, 2014

BEWARE - Latest Money Machine for UMNO Government


Some claimed that this unidentified object is a money making equipment for the government. Is this the government's new way of raising funds besides the GST? There is a speed trap camera in the dustbin. 

Why attack innocent migrants?


Migrants do not simply walk into Malaysia on their own.
It is the politicians and Royal Household who are responsible for their presence in Malaysia.
In Kuala Lumpur there are estimated 60 illegal migrants who are working as TAXI DRIVERS  for our politicians and Royal House.
Don't believe TAKE A CAB and check their MyKad.  Most taxi drivers will tell you that the minute they arrive in Malaysia they are given a licence, MyKad and a place to stay.  They start work within 24 hours upon arrival.  Everyday at certain time they have to hand over the day's income to a runner at Times Square.
So now that a problem has arise, migrants are told to FUCK OFF.
But bear in mind this is only for now.
Come January 2015, you will see many migrants at your door steps.
WHY?  Because the UMNO Government need them to stay in POWER.
http://www.themalaysianinsider.com/malaysia/article/sultan-wants-all-illegals-out-of-pahang-says-report
http://www.freemalaysiatoday.com/category/nation/2014/11/21/rat-routes-used-to-bring-in-illegals/
Do note that all business whether legal or illegal in Malaysia are connected to politicians and Royal Household especially _ _ _ _ _ _.

World's Loneliest Orangutan

World's loneliest orangutan does not know how to act like a primate because she has never even SEEN another of her own kind... while zoo visitors encourage her to smoke and force her to eat junk food

  • Katarina used to belong to Malaysian royal family but is now dying alone
  • She is kept in a miserable zoo with no companion, toys or leafy trees 
  • 12-year-old doesn't act like an orangutan because she hasn't known others
  • Her mother was murdered when she was a baby, now she is on her own 
  • Campaigners are desperate for her to get a mate as she is suffering so much 

She was once the pet of Malaysian royalty but now the loneliest orangutan in the world pines away her days in a miserable zoo with no companion, no toys, no leafy trees and only a concrete block to sleep on.
It is believed Katarina, aged about 12 and about to grow into adulthood, has never seen another orangutan apart from her murdered mother and, says a devoted wildlife activist who is determined to find her a better life, because of her total isolation she thinks she’s the only orangutan in the world.
Alone in her squalid surroundings, she doesn’t know how to behave like an orangutan, unable to exhibit natural behaviours usually displayed in a leafy environment shared with other youngsters. 
Visitors throw junk food at her and have been caught trying to force her to smoke a cigarette. She has no bedding and is forced to sit on cold concrete everyday for at least 12 hours after the zoo is closed.
Orangutans were sometimes referred to as the wild men of Borneo by British colonialists, but those days of centuries past were when the jungles were alive with healthy populations of the orange-furred ape. 

Katarina, the world's loneliest orangutan peers out through the bars of her night cage in Lipis Zoo, Malaysia. Her concrete sleeping quarters are behind her
Katarina, the world's loneliest orangutan peers out through the bars of her night cage in Lipis Zoo, Malaysia. Her concrete sleeping quarters are behind her


Katarina, the world's loneliest orangutan, peers out from the bars of her bleak night cage where she has only a concrete floor to sleep on in Lipis Zoo, Malaysia
Katarina, the world's loneliest orangutan, peers out from the bars of her bleak night cage where she has only a concrete floor to sleep on in Lipis Zoo, Malaysia
Today it is estimated that only 50,000 remain in the wild on the Indonesian island of Sumatra and on Borneo, which is shared by Indonesia and Malaysia. 
Their world is dying around them, as trees come down to make way for oil palm plantations and adult apes and babies are hacked to death by workers protecting the planted trees. For those people, hungry orangutans are pests which must be destroyed. 
‘Katarina’s mother was without a doubt murdered because that is the only way you are going to get a baby away from an adult orangutan,’ says 33-year-old Upreshpal Singh, director of the Kuala Lumpur-based Friends of the Orangutans, a man who is totally committed to saving the apes as many other welfare groups in his country sit idly by. 



Thursday, November 20, 2014

VetiGel

The end of plasters and bandages? Revolutionary gel stops bleeding IMMEDIATELY and could be used on the battlefield to seal serious wounds

  • VetiGel works with the body’s healing mechanisms to clot blood on contact
  • It's being developed in a lab in Brooklyn, New York City
  • Gel is a plant-based haemophilic polymer that 'grabs' onto blood to clot
  • Takes under 15 seconds to staunch a serious wound and could be used on battlefields, medical emergencies at home and to replace plasters
  • Gel will first be used by vets to stop bleeding on animals 


Whether it’s a cut in a kitchen, or a serious wound on the battlefield, the number one priority for any medic is to stop the bleeding.
And a new gel being developed in New York could save lives, because it can stop the flow of profuse bleeding within seconds.
Made from plant polymers, VetiGel works with the body’s natural healing mechanisms to clot blood on contact.

VetiGel - a new plant-based haemophilic polymer (pictured) under development can stop the flow of profuse bleeding almost immediately. This could save the lives of people who would otherwise bleed to death
VetiGel - a new plant-based haemophilic polymer (pictured) under development can stop the flow of profuse bleeding almost immediately. This could save the lives of people who would otherwise bleed to death
It’s the brainchild of Joe Landolina, a bio-molecular chemical engineer and former student of the Polytechnic Institute of NYU, who set up a Brooklyn-based company called Suneris.
VetiGel uses a plant-based haemophilic polymer that grabs onto blood and 'snaps it back together to seal the wound'


To make the gel, cell walls are extracted from a plant polymer and used in a similar way to Lego Bricks. When the ‘bricks’ are applied to a wound they reassemble to form a clot.
The gel changes shape and colour when it interacts with the tissue, which at first surprised the engineer.
It has antimicrobial properties and, when used by experts in sterile environments, is a safe, clean way to heal a wound.

To make the gel, cell walls are extracted from a plant polymer and used like Lego Bricks. When the ‘bricks’ are applied to a wound they reassemble to form a clot (illustrated). It changes shape and colour when it interacts with the tissue
To make the gel, cell walls are extracted from a plant polymer and used like Lego Bricks. When the ‘bricks’ are applied to a wound they reassemble to form a clot (illustrated). It changes shape and colour when it interacts with the tissue


VetiGel is effective because it works in tandem with the body’s natural healing process, in a new way,’ Mr Landolina told Bloomberg in a video.
In dusty war zones, VetiGel will most likely be used as a temporary fix to help soldiers until they receive proper medical help. 
'Doctors would then remove it and treat the wound,' Mr Landolina explained.
‘Omar Ahmad, VP of Engineering at the Suneris, elaborated: ‘Let’s say there’s a soldier who is shot on the battlefield and has three minutes to live. A leading competitor can stop a bleed in five to 10 minutes - but he’s only got three.
‘You apply this [VetiGel] and not only will the bleeding stop within 15 seconds, it will stay stopped thanks to its high clot strength.’
Such technology, Mr Landolina claims, could save lives and replace 80 per cent of the wound-care market such as plasters, antiseptic gels and bandages.

HOW DOES VETIGEL WORK?

VetiGel works with the body’s natural healing mechanisms to clot blood on contact.
It's a plant-based haemophilic polymer that grabs onto blood and 'snaps it back together to seal the wound'.
To make the gel, cell walls are extracted from a plant polymer and used like Lego Bricks.
When the ‘bricks’ are applied to a wound they reassemble to form a clot.
It changes shape and colour when it interacts with the tissue.
The gel has antimicrobial properties and disinfects a wound while it stops blood flow.


In dusty, dirty war zones, VetiGel will most likely be used as a temporary fix to help soldiers until they receive proper medical help. Here, soldiers carry a colleague who was shot in Iraq, for more conventional treatment
The company is working hard to get VetiGel to the point where it is an FDA-approved product for human use.
Our goal is to get this in every ambulance, every soldier’s kit bag and in every mum’s purse,’ he said, meaning that one day we could all do without plasters.
‘This means the product has to be easy to use by anybody,’ he added.
VetiGel is about to be used by vets. Mr Landolina told MailOnline last year: 'For humans there are similar products available, very expensive but similar, but for animals, there is nothing that coagulates blood quickly enough.
'I have spoken to hundreds of vets and heard how in situations where for example, a spleen is bleeding, they would rather take the spleen out than risk waiting for any of the current products to work quickly enough. So Veti-Gel would be very well received in this industry.'
Having performed clinical trials on lab rats, Mr Landolina said he is constantly amazed by how effective the gel is.
An experiment performed on a piece of pork liver that was hooked up to a blood bag to simulate an aggressive bleed caught experts’ attention last year, because the VetiGel seals off the wound and stops the bleed in seconds.

WHEN COULD THE GEL BE USED? 

The gel will soon be used by vets to stop bleeding in animals.
More testing is needed before it gets FDA approval to be used on humans.
One major application could be on the battlefield.
‘Omar Ahmad, VP of Engineering at the Suneris, said: ‘Let’s say there’s a soldier who is shot on the battlefield and has three minutes to live. A leading competitor can stop a bleed in five to 10 minutes - but he’s only got three.
‘You apply this [VetiGel] and not only will the bleeding stop within 15 seconds, it will stay stopped thanks to its high clot strength.’

2 most corrupted state in water




While Karma is at the door steps, the people responsible for the corruption in the States are blaming others.
For the past 40 years the worst politicians and Royal Household are Perlis, Kelantan, Pahang and Terengganu. Since 2010 Perlis and Kelantan have cool down while Pahang and Terengganu remain in competition to out do each other to top the sin list.
Now that both these States are in water the game of blame have begun.  But will they ever learn from this and the answer is NO.
THE GREED IS TOO GREAT, WHILE THE SON WILL BE LIKE THE FATHER.
AND IT IS THE RAKYAT WHO SUFFERS THE MOST.

Loch ness in Terengganu

How much does a police inspector earn?

Cop loses RM1,550 after 'steamy session'  calls for backup.
KUALA LUMPUR: A police inspector who engaged a prostitute's service at a spa, here, landed himself in trouble after lodging a report that he lost RM1,550 during the act.
The officer, attached to the city police headquarters' Internal Security and Public Order Department, had called the Dang Wangi headquarters' operations room about 3am to request for assistance to find the money, which he alleged had been stolen by the prostitute.
A source said upon the arrival of two patrol policemen at the spa in a shopping complex, the officer immediately identified himself as a police inspector before ordering the two to search the premises.
“The policemen, with the permission of the premises' owner, then searched for the cash but could not find the money. The officer was not satisfied, and requested for a policewoman, who later conducted a body search on the 40-year-old prostitute inside a toilet there,” said the source.
The source said the officer then requested for the case to be reported officially.
The report furnished by the officer was detailed, right down to how much he paid for the services of the prostitute as he did not want to use a condom.
“After they finished (having sex), the complainant (the inspector) went to a toilet to wash up. After putting on his clothes, he walked away from the room before realising that his cash kept in a pocket had gone missing.”
City police chief Datuk Tajuddin Md Isa confirmed that police received the report.
He said the inspector was believed to have been mentally unstable after being in a coma for three months in 2012 following a road accident.
“I know that this incident has gone viral in social media, and I am not denying that it had taken place. However, I would like to make it clear about something, that this officer is not a bad person, as we believe that he did what he did due to the mental disorder from which he was suffering.”
Tajuddin said the force had previously referred the officer to its medical board, so that he could be discharged for being medically unfit, but the board turned down the option.
The officer was then reassigned to desk duties at the city police headquarters' closed-circuit television room, and was not allowed to handle any weapon.
Tajuddin said they did not have the heart to sack the officer, despite the troubles he has created, as the man would lose his source of income.
“I actually took pity on him... his mental problem is serious, so much so that it even tore his marriage apart. We are discussing with the federal headquarters, and I will bring this matter up to the Inspector-General of Police to decide.”
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Folks how much does a police inspector earn?
RM3,000, RM4,000, RM5,000 or above?
You decide.
But for a police inspector to carry around RM1,550 cash 20 days after salary day is like telling me the cop is corrupted.
But to intentionally divert the attention away from the money reported missing is too obvious where the money could have come from.
Till today there is no news about all the so-called confiscated drug worth billions.
Anyone......................