Saturday, December 3, 2011

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Saturday, November 12, 2011

In this WORLD, where everything seems UNCERTAIN

God live by my side

God live by my side, my mother said.
Listening to her, I left the house with pack and cap,
After a great long nap.
He saw me and said “you are first for trek”.
I whispered,” Hope it won’t be my final trek”.
Live free climb high the lead said,
I will push the others the sweeper said.

Moving slowly and closely I found the bus,
Keep your bags said Mr. Hus.
I did as he said leaving my burden,
He then gave me a map of Mount Sweden.

We came to halt at a place,
This made my eyes glaze,
In lovely great words the board said “Beware of snake”
Without any mistake we left the place.
After a long run we were at the base,
We finished our break and got rid of ache.  

One by one we reached the peak,
We then celebrated our horrible weak,
Since, I was the first one to reach the peak.
The lead then shouted”hurrah we reached the peak”,
Jumping in joy we celebrated in Greek.
We all saw deer, elephant and birds,
We all took snaps celebrating with claps.

We then reached base in a stunning way,
Expecting more people away.
I waved my hand to MR. Lead and MR. Creed.
Expecting more treks I left with a plead.

 ಪೂಜಿತ್ ಪ್ರಕಾಶ್

Monday, October 3, 2011

Samarthana(orphan age)

On 28-9-11 (Thursday) As a case study we visited  Samarthana trust for the disabled. The day was pleasant and cool which was transformed into beautiful and fantastic as we reached there at 1:05 in the after noon.
As soon as we entered we were welcomed by all the teachers and students. We first met Mr. Ravi who teaches Science and maths for the students studying there. He introduced himself and told us about the foundation. He told this school consists of 130 students including the dumb and deaf. We asked him how the exams will be conducted for them and he replied there are special methods to conduct exams.
After this we entered the classes, as a kannada lover it was very special for me to speak in kannada. the total strength of 130 students were divided into boys and girls in two different class rooms. We divided ourselves into two groups to ensure proper interaction with the students. We were divided as Ashwin, Smrithi, Vishrutha and Me in the girls section and Ridhi,Poojitha,Deepthi,Safna,Sanjana,Thejaswini and Madhuri in the boys section.  
We began our discussion by introducing ourselves and giving them the information about our school and the reason we were there. We asked everyone their names and hobbies and asked them to sing for the ones told their hobbies were singing. One of the thing which we also discussed was about their Ambition, There were 30-40 girls who wanted to become doctor, 20-30 who wanted to become Engineers and some also wanted to become lawyers and Cops . I told the ones wanting to become doctors to treat the poor and the needy without charging them, the Engineers to construct many educational instutions and Hospitals, the Lawyers to always protect the truth and the Cops to take care of the society.
We then started with the discussion of protecting the environment. We asked them what is environment, the answers were very good (more than our expectation), then we asked their opinion about namma metro (some told it is required where as many told its not required since trees are being cut) after this there was and entrainment program by us Vishrutha sang the song (Naku Thanti) followed by a dance performance by Smrithi.
I concluded the program by telling how to convert the how waste into manure and the use of 3R’s (reduce, re-use and recycle).This day gave me more confidence in my life to achieve any hardships now I believe in the saying (impossible is nothing).

Saturday, September 24, 2011

Dream Friend !

Nothing much to say about this sketch or portrait....its you ppl who should tell how it is !xD! 

Tuesday, September 20, 2011

Bangalore Birding: Third Sunday Nature Trail -18th September 2011

The day was pleasant ....started off looking forward for birds ...
the crowd was busy with their works ...
some of the birds which we saw are
spotted dove
laughing dove
small green bee eater
small blue king fisher
common / white headed babbler
ashy drongo
black drongo
blue faced malkoha
rufous treepie
common iora ( call )
tailor bird
ashy prinia
oriental white eye
tickle's blue fly catcher
tickle's blue flower pecker
purple rumped sun bird
purple sun bird
white browed bulbul
white browed bulbul
white cheeked barbet
grey breasted prinia
scaly breasted munia
long tailed shrike

Totally shivanahalli was awesome ....

Friday, September 16, 2011

" iNvItAtIoN "

At the Student's conference on Conservation Science (SCCS) this year, we
are organizing a series of discussions titled "Beyond Science", one on
each day of the conference. These discussions are open to anyone
interested and are NOT restricted only to registered conference
participants. Here we invite you to first discussion in this series titled:

"Films and Conservation"

Date: 15th September
Time : 5.00-7.00 pm
Venue: J N Tata auditorium, Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore

Session outline:
In this event, renowned wildlife and conservation film-maker Shekar
Dattatri will screen a few of his short conservation documentaries. This
will be followed by a Q&A session moderated by Pavithra Sankaran (Nature
Conservation Foundation, Mysore), during which we invite the audience to
participate in interacting with Shekar. He will share his experiences in
the making of these films, touch upon the role of films in conservation
and talk about how conservation biologists can contribute to film-making
and also use films in their own research.

Hari Sridhar
Ph.D student
Centre for Ecological Sciences
Indian Institute of Science
Bangalore - 560012
Karnataka, India

Thursday, September 15, 2011

Friday, August 12, 2011

ವಿಧಾಯ !

ಪ್ರಕ್ರುತಿಯೆ ಜೀವನ ಯ೦ದು ನೀ ತಿಳಿದಿದ್ದೆ,
ನೀನೆ ಜೀವನ ಯ೦ದು ನಾ ತಿಳಿದಿದ್ದೆ.
ಕಡಲು ಹುಕ್ಕಿ ಸುರಿಯಿತು ಅಪಮಾನ
ಸೋತು ಬಿದ್ದಾಗ, ಬ೦ದು ಬಿತ್ತು ರಾಮಬಾಣ

ಹೋಯಿತು ಜೀವ ಎ೦ದುಕೊ೦ಡಾಗ,
ನಿನನ್ನು ಕ೦ಡೆ ಕಡಲ ತೀರದಲ್ಲಿ,
ನಿನ್ನ ನಗೆ ಆಹಾ ಮುಗುಳು ನಗೆಗೆ
ಸೋತೆ ನಾ,
ಮೊದಲೆ ಸಾಯುತ್ತಿದವನನ್ನು ನೀ ಕೊ೦ದೆ !

ಇ೦ದು ಬರೆಯುತ್ತಿರುವೆ ಈ ಕವಿತೆಯನ್ನು ನಿನಗೆ೦ದೆ.
ಜನನ ತೆಳೆದದ್ದು ನಿನಗೆ,ಜನುಮ ನೀಡುವುದು ನಿನಗೆ
ನೀನೆ ನಾನು ಬೆಡ ಎ೦ದ ಮೇಲೆ,
ಭೊಮಿಯಿ೦ದ ಸೀದ ನಡೆದೆ ನನ್ನ ಮನೆಗೆ.

ಮತ್ತೆ ಮು೦ದಿನ ಜನುಮದಲ್ಲಿ ಬೇಟಿ ಎ೦ಬ ನ೦ಬಿಕೆ ನನಗಿಲ್ಲ
ಆಸೆಯು ಬೇಕಿಲ್ಲ....
ಉಳಿದಿರುವುದೊ೦ದೆ ನಿನಗೆ ವಿಧಾಯ.........

Thursday, July 14, 2011

" CaT "

This is my first peep Through my lens "meaning my optical's" and then through lens of the camera.

LOve u pussy "tom and jerry" but jerry out of pitcure !

Sleeping beauty ! u rock !!!!

Bangalore Birding: Third Sunday Nature Trail - 17th July 2011

Bangalore Birding: Third Sunday Nature Trail - 17th July 2011: "Hi! This month's  Third Sunday Nature Trail will be held on 17th July 2011. Place : Neelasandra Kere surrounding Neelasandra/ Ramasandra..."

Thursday, June 23, 2011

"My Peep "

This is wen i saw a island wen i peeped through my lens in between these leaves of a tree...

Friday, June 10, 2011

Being happy is life ! making life happy is art !

Take a look at these 2 boys who are trying to cycle...i love to look at this picture from almost wen i had taken this..tat time my ambition was to become a photographer but now i say with arrogance photographer is not a person who likes to become ,it should come from heart ...As my blog name says "lens as my eye" i capture every moment of my life with my lens !

Worm inside unopened bislery bottle !

I saw an earthworm inside the bislery bottle abut 2 years back ...i used to always drink bislery nt anything else but after this insident i am nt drinking these....sorry for the late posting ....

Thursday, June 9, 2011

" A Bee "

I was astonished wen i saw him, last night i saw him on my window panes wen it was raining ..felt he will go away after some time ....i got up in the morning at 6 and looked trough the window "He lay still there" a bee is a soldier ,he risks his own life to save others life he was dead ......OOOhhh GOD plz bless him !

Modern Medicine in search of its Holy Grail

Professor B.
“One can not be just if one is not humane.”
Luc de Clapier
The truth is something which can never be attained by scientific pursuits. Even in the hard sciences like physics, leave alone the not so perfect statistical science of medicine, the truth is an impossibility to get at. One could, at best, say that s/he has got “A truth but not The truth” at a given time. Any finding is true until it is proved to be untrue! JJ Thomson, from Cavendish Institute, got the Nobel in 1906 for showing that electrons were particles. His own son, JG Thomson, got the Nobel in 1937 for showing that electrons were waves. That was the time that the de Broglie’s wave/particle duality became overwhelming and in 1932 James Chadwick gets the Nobel for that work. Erwin Schrödinger had other ideas and so on and so forth. Ultimately, electrons are what they are depending on who looks at them at what time. When no one looks at them we do not know what they are like. Science can never see an electron!1 Total transparency is another unattainable goal in research.
Quantum physics is probably far removed from reality for obvious reasons as medical science is far removed from reality of what goes on in the human system with all its intangibles and imponderables. “No scientist (medical included) can reach a stage where s/he could flex the muscles and say that s/he is now ready to take on ignorance and disease head on!” But the real truth comes out in Werner Heisenberg’s uncertainty principle which got its Nobel belatedly after thirty one years in 1956, as many of his seniors, the leaders of the day in physics, did not believe him. The working of this world, including that of the human body, at its subtlest level, is uncertain but we, in medicine, have been predicting the unpredictable future of our hapless patients every day!
No one can possibly see an electron is now a reality, but all have been talking eloquently on the electrons, just as we in medicine talk a lot about the diseases but not about the owner of the disease, our patient at hand, who possibly could not fit into many of our known paradigms. We are yet to learn a lot about human physiology. There is no science of man as of now is accepted by even the Nobel scientist, Dr. Alexis Carrel. Our RCTs and many other benchmarks can not fit all. RCTs have been lately discredited.2 Our bane has been the concept that one size fits all, the free size hypothesis. Any patient sitting on the hospital bed is so unique that s/he might not fit into any of our treatment algorithms. Our experience and judgment are our only saviours in such situations. That is the “art” of medicine which is dying in the midst of the cacophony of pseudo-scientific noise.
A humane doctor’s placebo effect could, at times, be more powerful than most of our chemical molecules!3 We should never allow a humane doctor’s art of medicine to die a natural death, as is happening in many of our hi-tech teaching hospitals, lest we should all be consumed by the Promethean fire that Peter Medawar was talking about. We should allow enough leeway for the “third world” of Karl Popper to exist where we could have a near real world of our thought creation, so called thought furnitures, to help our patients.4 Hans Peter Durr’s a-duality (matter and energy are the two faces of the same coin and Fritz Albert Popp’s bio-photons now reveal the true picture that the human body is not independent of the human mind.5, 6 It is better referred to as mind-body or body mind. Rather, there is a mind in every cell of the human body. Consequently, all so called diseases are but psychosomatic!
Medical education should concentrate on teaching students to keep their eyes open to possibilities out with our known paradigms and not just parrot repeat the known knowledge from textbooks to get their degrees and then stop thinking about what goes on in every patient in the real world out there. Two identical diseases might not respond to the same treatment in two different patients; the latter might not even present identically. Our teaching should stress on methodology and not just on known facts which are, at best, temporary truths. The textbooks are outdated by the time they come out of the press. Clinical research is “to have a problem on the bedside and to go as far away from the bed as possible to get an answer,” keeping in mind the definition of research as “organised curiosity coupled with logical skepticism.”
Nobel Laureate Peter Medawar in his best book “Limits of Science” says it all: “The nature of science is such that a scientist goes on learning all his life-and must-and exults in the obligation on him to do so…..there can in science be no apodictic certainty-that is, no finally conclusive certainty beyond the reach of criticism.” He also thinks that there is an unlikely “possibility of technology creating a Promethean fire which, is feared, will one day do us all in.” 7 All science starts with a hypothesis, in the words of William Whewell “happy guesses”, another one of those mind’s thoughts which are being tested using the “known” parameters. They are the same as Shelly’s poetry (poesies=creation) or Samuel Johnson’s word “imagination” when he said something like this: ‘But for imagination, Sir, a man would be as happy in the hands of a chambermaid as in the hands of a duchess!” So science has its limitations although in theory one could get anything verified. A good doctor could answer some of the most difficult questions for science using his humane compassion. One such question could be “why” does one die? How one dies, science can answer very easily, I suppose but, not why does one die?
“Of all the anti-social vested interests the worst is the vested interest in ill-health,” wrote George Bernard Shaw. He was dead right when he wrote the above caption. In all other areas “vested interest is an interest in which there is a fixed right to present or future enjoyment.” In the medical field that comes down to simple rule that the patients do suffer and might even lose their lives because of medical arena’s vested interests; consequently, it should be condemned in very strong words. Vested interest is killing modern medical science and misleading the medical profession by various fraudulent means, the best being the pseudo-science they claim to base their opinions on. I shall cite a few glaring examples that must have resulted in millions of people suffering and a few thousands meeting their maker in heaven.
The battle of the clot busters is a fine example of the vested interests playing havoc with human lives. While the largest ever study, monitored by Oxford group (1000 hospitals with 46,000 patients), clearly showed that the very expensive tpA was as good as the time tested streptokinase but had the additional danger of 10% extra deaths due to cerebral haemorrhage. Peter Sleight was presenting this data when the American mafia tried to outsmart him with their tactics which ultimately led to some heads rolling there. The story in the BMJ of the Battle of clot busters and the associated article by Richard with a sensational title “What a feet?” with the photograph of the large bare feet of Professor Sleight was a collector’s delight! 8
When the Joint National Committee V report came out with the guidelines that diuretics and beta blockers should be the first line of treatment in mild to moderate hypertension, an unusual thing happened there. While JNC was supposed to be the best body to send out periodic guidelines, the Pharma lobby there was not amused. Their henchmen, the “thought leaders in the US, wrote an article suggesting that the JNC. V guidelines should not be adopted by doctors but instead the new guidelines put forward by this group should be followed.9 This has never happened in the past! See what they had to say: “As a result, health care providers should not feel compelled to regard the preferences of "official" guidelines as the best, modern, state-of-the-art therapy for an individual patient. All seven experts who are deeply involved in the daily care of patients preferred drugs other than beta-blockers and diuretics (the Joint National Committee [JNC] choices) for first-line therapy of hypertension.” Individual preferences are shown to be better than the expert committee’s advice! Modern strategies to prevent coronary sequelae and stroke in hypertensive patients differ from the JNC. V Consensus Guidelines. 10
In a Critique of Selected Aspects of the Thrombolysis in Myocardial Infarction IIB (TIMI IIB) and the Thrombolysis in Myocardial Infarction IIIB (TIMI IIIB) Trials in 1992 Roehm had shown how the vested interests twisted the truth by using the statistical numbers game against the interests of the hapless patients.11 Michael F. Oliver, a former professor and director of the Wynn Institute for Metabolic Research, London and a leading researcher in the world on the fat hypothesis was the one that tried his level best to bring some sanity to the mad rush to bring every one’s cholesterol to the lowest levels using dangerous chemicals. His article “Consensus or nonsensus conference” was an eye opener. 12 His other article in the BMJ entitled: Doubts about preventing coronary heart disease. Multiple interventions in middle aged men may do more harm than good, had been the best revelation of the fraud committed by the Pharma lobby to sell their wares. 13 In fact, a large Finnish study as also the MRFIT study had shown the futility of preventive strategy using drugs. 14 But the business in multiple drugs attacking the so called risk factors keeps earning billions for the drug companies!
A beautiful hypothesis to sell aspirin to healthy people in the fond hope of keeping them on the planet for ever has recently been slain by the ugly facts that showed that the drug could in fact do the reverse!15 I can go on and on but, vested interests alone rule the roost. We could shout from house tops and get our throats dried up but they will do their business as usual. The story is the same about many surgical procedures that keep the hospital tills moving. Cardiac revascularization efforts top the list here. Medicine can not be taken to the market place. Having taken it there we can not prevent market forces from influencing it. Ideology is good but in practice man in homo economicus, indeed.
This brings us back to Charles Sherrington, another Nobel Laureate who is 1899, being appointed Professor of Physiology in Liverpool University at the tender age of 42, said in his inaugural address to students thus: “Positive sciences can never answer the question why? They can, at best, answer questions like “how” or “how much” but not “Why”. That is precisely why Coleridge declared theology to be the queen of pure sciences. “Why” can only be answered as a palliative. Truth, is probably the first casualty in medical science of today what with all the research frauds and the “games” played by the greedy industry to keep their till moving. The humane “art” of medicine is the all time friend of the hapless patients; art being that which makes another person’s day! Long live humankind on this planet with the help of humane doctors when needed.
“To be meek, patient, tactful, modest, honorable, brave, is not to be either manly or womanly; it is to be humane.”
Jane Harrison
1John Gribbin, In search of Schrödinger’s Cat. Black Swan Publications 1991.
2Rawlins M. The Harveian Oration of 2008, De Testimonio. On the evidence for decisions about the use of therapeutic interventions. Royal College of Physicians, 2008.
3Steve Silberman 2009 Wired Magazine: Med-tech: Drugs. 24th August 2009.
4Karl Popper: Objective knowledge: An evolutionary approach, Oxford University 1972.
5Durr HP. Matter is not made up of matter. 2006.
6Popp FA. Biophotons-the light in our cells.
7Peter Medawar. Book “Limits of Science” Oxford Paperbacks, 1984.
8O’Donnel M. Clot Busters. BMJ 1991; 302:1259-1261.
9Tobian L, Brunner HR, Cohn JN, Gavras H, Laragh JH, Materson BJ, Weber MA. Am. J. Hypertension 1994 Oct; 7(10 Pt 1):859-72
10Moser M. et. al. JNC V guidelines. Am J Hypertens. 1994: 8(5); 859-72.)
11Rohem E. A Critique of Selected Aspects of the Thrombolysis in Myocardial Infarction IIB (TIMI IIB) and the Thrombolysis in Myocardial Infarction IIIB (TIMI IIIB) Trials. Jl. Invas. Cardio 1992: 4; 145-154.
12Oliver MF. Consensus or nonsensus conferences on coronary heart disease. The Lancet 1985; 1: 1087-1089.
13Oliver MF. Doubts about preventing coronary heart disease. Multiple interventions in middle aged men may do more harm than good. British Medical Journal 1992;304:393-394
14Capewell S. Will screening individuals at high risk of cardiovascular events deliver large benefits? No. BMJ 337:doi:10.1136/bmj.a1395
15H.J.M. Barnett, MD; M. Kaste, MD; H. Meldrum, BA M. Eliasziw, PhD. Aspirin dose in stroke prevention. Stroke. 1996: 27; 588-592.

Regards to where the information is taken with reference hegde sir.... 

Wednesday, June 8, 2011

Complementary Systems of Medicine-Are they Scientific? Integrated Medical Care System.

"Professor B. M. Hegde"

                                                      I was neither a fan of Gandhi nor a fan of an actor ! But after listening to his speech , I became his biggest fan ! Hats off to you sir !

“The only thing worse than being talked about is not being talked about.”
Oscar Wilde (1854-1900)
Hegde sir says ...........
“Science is making models, mostly mathematical constructs, which, with verbal jargon, are supposed to work,” wrote John von Newmann, a Hungarian born American scientist! With this definition modern medicine, as it is practised today, becomes most unscientific. The human body follows the holistic non-linear mathematical model in its functioning, while the modern medical model uses the linear mathematical rule of Newtonian physics with its faulty deterministic predictability model-a square plug in a round slot. Even then people claim that modern medicine is scientific. In truth the science of modern medicine is only a statistical science and not true science. Even the Institute of Medicine (IOM), the highest body appointed by the Academy of American Science to oversee and audit the medical field, has now accepted the definition of medical care as Whole Person Healing (WPH) in place of the present reductionist model of organ based sub-specialty quick fix mending, in their February 2010 meeting at Washington DC.

Douglas C Wallace, a noted American professor of genetics, in his classic, Mitochondria as Chi, in the journal, Genetics (2008; 179: 727-735) has shown that all reductionist chemical molecules used in our therapeutics, being dextrorotatory while the body molecules are levorotatory, destroy body cells. Whereas all the Eastern herbal drugs are accepted by the body as food (they are also levorotatory) and help the system! My former teacher at Harvard, a Nobel Laureate cardiologist, Bernard Lown, wrote recently in a letter to the New Yorker, along with his junior colleague, Graboys, thus: “"We believe the modern medical model has become increasingly reductionist: human beings are seen as repositories of malfunctioning organs that need repair. This view results in an onslaught of tests and uncertainty. Doctors often take refuge behind technology because it is easier and less time-consuming than talking with a complex human being who is their patient." [The New Yorker 5/17/99].
Modern medicine has become a costly chaos with no end in sight. We now have significant problems that beg urgent solutions. As Albert Einstein once observed: "The significant problems we have cannot be solved at the same level of thinking with which we created them." We obviously need a new approach in medical science to solve our health problems. The solution to the present human-made and drug-industry-protected health problems of society can only be physiology-based. Integrated systems of medical care, where the scientifically proven safe methods of treatment from other complementary systems should form the basis of future medical care system along with corrective and trauma surgery from modern medicine; the latter together have saved many lives. One look at the common coronary bypass surgery from one of the best brains in cardiology, Bernard Lown, tells it all: “our experience and research, and those of others, demonstrate that a very significant percentage of patients undergoing bypass surgery -- perhaps as many as two thirds -- can safely defer or altogether forego these procedures by managing their heart problems with medication. Regrettably, much of the rush to invasive procedures is driven by non-medical factors -- principally economic ones.
“Perhaps the most valuable result of all education is the ability to make yourself do the thing you have to do, when it ought to be done, whether you like it or not; it is the first lesson that ought to be learned; and however early a man's training begins, it is probably the last lesson that he learns thoroughly.” wrote Thomas H. Huxley while philosophizing on human ethical values. Medical ethics is nothing but good human ethics. Recent Northwick Park tragedy is still fresh in our mind about the fallacy of extrapolating animal data to humans, while the tragedy of similar data in the case of milrinone, which worked totally differently in rats vis-à-vis humans, is all but forgotten from recent memory.
The question of complementary systems of medicine being unscientific is a figment of imagination of those that want conventional medicine to flourish for ever as it has become the biggest milch cow for the industry, by destroying anything that might endanger its supremacy. Exhaustive studies of all the “statistical science” of modern medicine shows that most of it can not stand the test of strict validation as shown by David Eddy using his new computer model ARCHIMEDES, at least in chronic illnesses to begin with. Even in the field of emergency care, where modern medicine seems to be a blessing, there are large gaps in our understanding of the management strategies! Outcome audits of such use in Vietnam and Falklands Wars leave much to be desired in emergency grievous trauma care.
Many complementary systems that are being scientifically studied by the Whole Person Healing Group of scientists based in Washington DC (1) have shown the existence of vast amounts of observational research going back thousands of years in some systems like Ayurveda. It will be easy to authenticate these data using the modern “scientific” methods to bring the best in those systems to main line medicine. The data base available could shorten the drug invention and could totally eliminate our “wrong” method of extrapolating animal data to humans. In addition we have also been using reductionist science to study a chaotic non-linear dynamic human system, wherein arrhythmia could be healthy while rhythmia could be illness!
Just as quantum physics upset the Newtonian Laws of deterministic predictability, complementary systems might upset modern medical foundations. Newtonian Laws should result in the electrons destroying their own nucleus at the atom. Electrons also do not follow the electromagnetic forces at that level! Medical science has to learn a lot from quantum mechanics but, that would need a quantum leap in the thinking of our established “leaders” in the monetary economy. Ayurveda proclaims that the “well” should be preserved and only the “ill” should be treated (leave the “well” alone wrote William Osler) as there is no way to predict the future of a dynamic organism like the human body using phenotypic data alone! Ayurveda also shows how, at the quantum level, energy and matter have no difference-most advanced quantum physics! (Matter is not made up of matter-Hans Peter Durr)
Homeopathy has been found to have a sound scientific base in that all homeopathic medicines are either in the nano or piko forms; consequently, can not be detected by the conventional chemical analysis. Since they are in nano forms they are obviously safe to the human system. The bench mark of modern medical research, the Randomised Controlled Trials (RCTs), has now been torn into bits as unscientific by many studies. “Emblematic of the later history of clinical trials is the fact that the streptomycin study, extolled then and since as a breakthrough in medicine (first ever RCT), in fact yielded disappointing results: the treated cases showed improvement only for three months and thereafter began to deteriorate. (MRC 782)”
The new integrated system should only concentrate on symptomatic patients. There are no silent killers in human illness scenario. The screening for occult diseases is a new trick of the trade in modern medicine for economic reasons! This applies especially to cancer which is being increasingly detected at its pre-symptomatic stage these days. The five year relative survival rate is thus improved! But the lives of the patients are not extended by even ONE day. Nothing new has been done to affect the course of the disease, and although the patient is not living longer, it appears that there is improved five year survival if one measures the survival from the date of diagnosis. Early diagnosis only makes the life more difficult to live with fear and the unpleasant side effects of cancer treatment methods in vogue these days!
Efforts are on in some centres to authenticate healing methods in many other complementary systems of medicine scientifically to be included in the new integrated WPH system. It is also mandatory to abandon the “disease care” model of today which has far outlived its usefulness in favor of preserving the wellness of human beings. Thinkers even in the West have felt that the disease era, with its labelling human beings, has come to an end. Writing an article, “End of Disease era” Mary Tinnetti and her colleague T. Fried from Yale University had this to say: “The time has come to abandon disease as the focus of medical care. The changed spectrum of health, the complex interplay of biological and non-biological factors, the ageing population, and the inter-individual variability in health priorities render medical care that is centered on the diagnosis and treatment of individual diseases at best out of date and at worst harmful. A primary focus on disease may inadvertently lead to under-treatment, overtreatment, or mistreatment.”
Integrated system with new classification of illnesses, suggested by me, years ago, should be the future. To cap it doctors must become human and humane in their approach to patients in distress as their role in medical care delivery is more potent than all the medicines put together. The placebo doctor can provoke the human immune system much more powerfully than all medicines put together. This has now been shown to be very scientific. The forebrain secretes powerful chemicals with a good placebo response. The latter can now be studied using fMRI and also blocking the chemical release with Naloxone injections. (For research only). May the future reinvent modern medicine as the best integrated system of human illness care.

“Men stumble over the truth from time to time, but most pick themselves up and hurry off as if nothing happened. “
Winston Churchill

Monday, April 25, 2011

The Bar Story

This guy goes to a bar that's on the tenth floor of a hotel. He sits down and has a couple of drinks, then stands up, announces loudly that he has had enough, and goes over and jumps out the window. Now, there are two men who are sitting at a window table, and having that natural human curiosity about the grotesque, watch as this man plummets to certain death. However, just as he is about to hit the ground, he rights himself, pulls his feet underneath himself, and lands gracefully. He then turns and comes back into the building. Naturally, the two men are amazed. The guy comes back into the bar, orders a few drinks, then repeats the process. The two men at the window seat are astounded! When the guy returns and repeats the procedure AGAIN, the two men stop him before he jumps and ask him how on earth he does that. He replies "It's simple, really. There's an air vent down by the ground, and if you catch the updraft, you can right yourself and land on the ground with no problems." Then he proceeded to jump out the window again. Well, these two men decided that they just HAD to try this, so they jumped out the window, and SPLAT! -- made a mess hitting all over the ground. Meanwhile, the first guy has made it back up to the bar. When he sits down to order his drinks, the bartender says "Superman, you can be a real ------- when you're drunk!"

Sathya Sai Baba

One of the greatest man who expired ...a very sad news for the whole world..deva manava says news channels and he has done many miracles ...
Wikipedia says that.......

Sathya Sai Baba (Teluguసత్య సాయిబాబా) born as Sathyanarayana Raju (23 November 1926 – 24 April 2011) was an Indian guru, spiritual figure and educator.He was described by his devotees as an avatargodman, spiritual teacher and miracle worker. The apparent materialising of vibhuti (holy ash) and other small objects such as rings, necklaces and watches by Baba has been a source of both fame and controversy – skeptics consider these simple conjuring tricks while devotees consider them evidence of divinity.Sathya Sai Baba claimed to be the reincarnation of the spiritual guru, Sai Baba of Shirdi, whose teachings were an eclectic blend of Hindu and Muslim beliefs.
Sathya Sai Baba and his organisations support a variety of free educational institutions, hospitals, and other charitable works in India and abroad. The number of active Sathya Sai Baba adherents was estimated in 1999 to be around 6 million, although followers' estimations are far higher.Since there are no formal ties of membership, the actual figure may never be known.The Sathya Sai Organisation reports that there are an estimated 1,200 Sathya Sai Baba Centers in 114 countries worldwide. In India itself, Sai Baba draws followers from predominantly upper-middle-class, urban sections of society who have the "most wealth, education and exposure to Western ideas."He was a cultural icon in India and drew an audience with presidents and prime ministers from India and beyond who have become his devotees; in 2002, he claimed to have followers in 178 countries.
He is also said to be one of the incarnations of lord shiradi sai baba.I believe we hav lost a very strong support !

The Army's Camel

A Captain in the foreign legion was transfered to a desert outpost. On his orientation tour he noticed a very old, seedy looking camel tied out back of the enlisted mens barracks. He asked the Sargent leading the tour,
"What's the camel for?".
The Sargent replied "Well sir it's a long way from anywhere, and the men have natural sexual urges, so when they do, uh, we have the camel."
The captain said "Well if it's good for moral, then I guess it's all right with me."
After he had been at the fort for about 6 months the captain could not stand it any more so he told his Sargent, "BRING IN THE CAMEL!!!" The sarge shrugged his shoulders and led the camel into the captains quarters.
The captain got a foot stool & proceeded to have vigorous sex with the camel. As he stepped, satisfied, down from the stool, and was buttoning his pants he asked the Sargent, "Is that how the enlisted men do it?"
The Sargent replied, "Well sir, they usually just use the camel to ride into town to find the women.

Sunday, April 24, 2011

" The motorcylist "

A man was working on his motorcycle on his patio and his wife was in the house in the kitchen. The man was racing the engine on the motorcycle and somehow, the motorcycle slipped into gear. The man, still holding the handlebars, was dragged through a glass patio door and along with the motorcycle, dumped onto the floor inside the house. The wife, hearing the crash, ran into the dining room, and found her husband laying on the floor, cut and bleeding, the motorcycle laying next to him, and the patio door shattered. The wife ran to the phone and summoned an ambulance. After the ambulance arrived and transported the husband to the hospital, the wife up righted the motorcycle and pushed it outside. Seeing that gas had spilled on the floor, the wife used some paper towels to blot up the gasoline, and threw them in the toilet. The husband was treated at the hospital and was released to come home. After arriving home, he looked at the shattered patio door and the damage done to his motorcycle. He became despondent, went into the bathroom, sat on the toilet and smoked a cigarette. After finishing the cigarette, he flipped it between his legs into the toilet bowl while still seated. The wife, who was in the kitchen, heard a loud explosion and her husband screaming. She ran into the bathroom and found her husband laying on the floor. His trousers had been blown away and he was suffering burns on the buttocks, the back of his legs and his groin. The wife again ran to the phone and called for an ambulance. The same ambulance crew was dispatched. While they were going down the stairs to the street, accompanied by the wife, one of the paramedics asked how the husband had burned himself. She told them and the paramedics started laughing so hard, one of them tipped the stretcher and dumped the husband out. He fell down the remaining steps and broke his arm.

" What Not To Put On Your Application For Employment "

NAME: Greg Bulmash

DESIRED POSITION: Reclining. Ha ha. But seriously, whatever's available. If I was in a position to be picky, I wouldn't be applying here in the first place.

DESIRED SALARY: $185,000 a year plus stock options and a Michael Ovitz style severance package. If that's not possible, make an offer and we can haggle.


LAST POSITION HELD: Target for middle-management hostility.
SALARY: Less than I'm worth.

My incredible collection of stolen pens and post-it notes.



PREFERRED HOURS: 1:30-3:30 p.m., Monday, Tuesday, and Thursday.

Yes, but they're better suited to a more intimate environment.

If I had one, would I be here?

Of what?

I think the more appropriate question here would be "Do you have a car that runs?"

I may already be a winner of the Publishers Clearinghouse Sweepstakes.

DO YOU SMOKE?: Only when set on fire.

Living in Bikini with a fabulously wealthy super model who thinks I'm the greatest thing since sliced bread. Actually, I'd like to be doing that now.


SIGN HERE: Scorpio with Libra rising.

" A Day in Hell "

One day i felt i was ded and i found myself in hell. As he i was wallowing in despair it was my first meeting with a demon...

Demon: Why so glum chum?
Me: What do you think? I'm in hell.
Demon: Hell's not so bad. We actually have a lot of fun down a drinkin' man?
Me: Sure, I love to drink. Love the drinks.
Demon: Well you're gonna love Mondays then. On Mondays that's all we do is drink. Whiskey, tequila, Guinness, wine coolers, diet tab, and fresca...we drink till we throw up and then we drink some more!
Me: Gee that sounds great.

Demon: You a smoker?
Me: You better believe it! Love the smoking.
Demon: Alright! You're gonna love Tuesdays. We get the finest cigars from all over the world and smoke our lungs out. If you get cancer - no biggie - you're already dead remember?
Me: Wow...that's...awesome!

Demon: I bet you like to gamble.
Guy: Why yes as a matter of fact I do. Love the gambling.
Demon: Cause Wednesday you can gamble all you want. Craps, Blackjack, Roulette, Poker, Slots, whatever... If you go Bankrupt...well you're dead anyhow.

Demon: You into drugs?
Me: Are you kidding? Love drugs! You don't mean...
Demon: That's right! Thursday is drug day. Help yourself to a great big bowl of crack. or smack. Smoke a doobie the size of a submarine. You can do all the drugs you want and if ya overdose - that's right - you're dead - who cares! O.D.!!
Me: Yowza! I never realized Hell was such a swingin' place!!

Demon: Are u gay?
Me: Uh no.

Demon: Ooooh (grimaces) you're really gonna hate Fridays.

A Lawyer's Question

A small town prosecuting attorney called his first witness to the stand in a trial--a grandmotherly, elderly woman. He approached her and asked, "Mrs. Jones, do you know me?"
She responded, "Why, yes, I do know you Mr. Williams. I've known you since you were a young boy. And frankly, you've been a big disappointment to me. You lie, you cheat on your wife, you manipulate people and talk about them behind their backs. You think you're a rising big shot when you haven't the brains to realize you never will amount to anything more than a two-bit paper pusher. Yes, I know you."

The lawyer was stunned. Not knowing what else to do he pointed across the room and asked, "Mrs. Williams, do you know the defense attorney?"

She again replied, "Why, yes I do. I've known Mr. Bradley since he was a youngster, too. I used to baby-sit him for his parents. And he, too, has been a real disappointment to me. He's lazy, bigoted, he has a drinking problem. The man can't build a normal relationship with anyone and his law practice is one of the shoddiest in the entire state. Yes, I know him."

At this point, the judge rapped the courtroom to silence and called both counselors to the bench. In a very quiet voice, he said with menace, "If either of you asks her if she knows me, you'll be in jail for contempt within 5 minutes!"

Air force one and the farmer

Air Force One crashed in the middle of rural America. Panic stricken, the Secret Service mobilized and descended on the farm in force. When they got there, the wreckage was clear. The aircraft was totally destroyed, with only a burned hulk left smoldering in a tree line that bordered a farm. Secret Service descended upon the smoking hulk but could find no remains of the crew or the President's staff. To their amazement, a lone farmer was plowing a field not too far away as if nothing at all happened. They hurried over to surround the man's actor. "Sir," the senior Secret Service agent asked, panting and out of breath. "Did you see this terrible accident happen?" "Yep. Sure did." The man muttered unconcernedly. "Do you realize that is the President of the United States' airplane?" "Yep." "Were there any survivors?" the agent gasped. "Nope. They's all kilt straight out." The farmer sighed cutting of his tractor motor. "I done buried them all myself. Took most of the morning." "The President of the United States is DEAD?" The agent gulped in disbelief. "Yep, he kept a-saying he wasn't ... but you know what a liar he is!"

The king's daughter

Once upon a time there lived a king. The king had a beautiful daughter. But there was a problem. Everything the princess touched would melt. No matter what; metal, wood, plastic -- anything she touched would melt. Because of this, men were afraid of her. Nobody would dare marry her. The king despaired. What could he do to help his daughter? He consulted his
wizards and magicians. One wizard told the king, "If your daughter touches one thing that does not melt in her hands, she will be cured." The king was overjoyed. The next day, he held a competition. Any man that could bring his daughter an object that would not melt would marry her and inherit the king's wealth. Three young princes took up the challenge. The first prince brought a very hard alloy of titanium. But alas, once the princess touched it, it melted. The prince went away sadly. The second prince brought a huge diamond, thinking that diamond is the hardest substance in the world and would not melt. But alas, once the princess touched it, it melted. He too was sent away disappointed. The third prince approached. He told the princess, "Put your hand in my pocket and feel what is in there." The princess did as she was told, though she turned red. She held it in her hand. And it did not melt!!! The king was overjoyed. Everybody in the kingdom was overjoyed. And the
third prince married the princess and they both lived happily ever after.

Question: What was the object in the prince's pants?

America vs. Russia

The Americans and Russians, at the height of the arms race, realized that if they continued in the usual manner they were going to blow up the whole world.One day they sat down and decided to settle the whole dispute with one dog fight. They'd have five years to breed the best fighting dog in the world and whichever side's dog won would be entitled to dominate the world. The losing side would have to lay down its arms.
The Russians found the biggest, meanest Doberman and Rottweiler ------- in the world and bred them with the biggest meanest Siberian wolves. They selected only the biggest and strongest puppy from each litter, killed his siblings, and gave him all the milk. They used steroids and trainers and after five years came up with the biggest meanest dog the world had ever seen. Its cage needed steel bars that were three inches thick and nobody could get near it.
When the day came for the fight, the Americans showed up with a strange animal. It was a nine-foot long Dachshund. Everyone felt sorry for the Americans because they knew there was no way that this dog could possibly last ten seconds with the Russian dog.
When the cages were opened up, the Dachshund came out and wrapped itself around the outside of the ring. It had the Russian dog almost completely surrounded. When the Russian dog leaned over to bite the Dachshund's neck, the Dachshund reached out and consumed the Russian dog in one bite. There was nothing left at all of the Russian dog.
The Russians came up to the Americans, shaking their heads in disbelief. `We don't understand how this could have happened. We had our best people working for five years with the meanest Doberman and Rottweiler ------- in the world and the biggest, meanest Siberian wolves."
"That's nothing," an American replied. "We had our best plastic surgeons working for five years to make an alligator look like a Dachshund."

Friday, April 22, 2011

" My friend who came to visit me "

He came to visit me in a very unusual way .He fell on me while i was happy sleeping on bed at 4 in the evening .He is one of the biggest spider i had ever seen.Plz look at his photo captured by me.
Here i like to give you some information about spider !

Spider are invertibrate (i.e. without backbone) animals having two body parts (fused head & thorax and abdomen) and eight legs. They feed on other living organisms. All spiders produce silk, a thin, strong protein strand extruded by the spider from spinnerets most commonly found on the end of the abdomen.

Facts About Spider
  1. There are more than 30,000 species of spiders.
  2. Males are smaller than the females.
  3. Spiders have silk spinning glands called spinnerets, at the tip of their abdomen.
  4. Most spiders have either six or eight eyes.
  5. Most spiders have fangs, through which venom is ejected.
  6. Spiders eat many types of harmful insects, helping to keep your garden free of pests.
  7. Most spiders are very nearsighted, they use the hair on their body to feel their way around and to sense when other animals are near.
  8. Webs get dirty and torn, so lots of spiders make a new one every day. They don't waste the old one, though, they roll it up into a ball and eat it!
  9. Sex of a spider can be determined by the size of the pedicel, the junction of cephalothorax and abdomen. In other words it is the spider’s waistline. The female will have a broad pedicel while the male’s will be more slender. The male will have club shaped pedipalps and the female will be slender and stick like
  10. They are carnivorous predator, they eat other living oraganisms.
  11.  Many spiders may only live for about a year, but a number will live two years or more.

Thursday, April 21, 2011

" Sooruthihudu maneyamalige "

Life is Eazy don make it complicated was some of the lines which was told by my class teacher ,I remember those words..... But i tell "life is complicated try to make it simple".In todays life we see A Murderer,A Thief,a Police, A Judge, An Engineer,A doctor, A lawyer and others as Indians ...but not with their own representation where no one thinks of caste also.When we have light there should be some darkness and Wen we have god there should be evil.So wen there is truth there are people who lie and wen there r good people there are bad people also,But the sum of good and bad should be balanced in nature but in todays world there are more corrupt,bad and worst people than good and honest ones todays world agnyana is breakin and coming out for which anna hazare is fighting.Santha shisunala sharifha said Sooruthihudu maneyamalige aggnyanadindha which is the symbol of life today but was said many decades before ....fight against voilence,corrup people and bad world try to bring a change.If you want a change in world then change your opinion towards me support people who are towards truth and non voilence but never go against truth ! Believe it or not its true....
I here post a pitcure of a roof tampered ...meaning Sooruthihudu maneyamalige "one of my photos"

Wednesday, April 20, 2011

" Chandrayana "

Where there is a will there is a way,but where you find me ....there you see smile.I grew up saying " chanda mama baro " which means come moon ! Who dosent love him....the way he makes ppl happy wen they r sad is the best time wen everyone remembers him.My mother used to show me moon and make me eat food as i was not eating without seeing him.Chandra "moon" is also known as god who gives enlightenment to  people .I insist you all to see moon and have your dinner one day on full moon where you find it as super moon .You will love to see him again.Now you all know i am a photographer so my last but not the least ting to say is i hav captured that moment in my lens plz see this !!

Monday, April 18, 2011

"The Inspirational Sunrise"

Every Morning i get up i used to feel ...oh why cant i sleep for more time.But i used to get up because of my mothers shouting's.Every day the same thing follows.Being brought up in a bramin family i used to get up after sunrise and do my daily rituals,for which i used to get big shouting's ....From that day i decided to do something to get up early.I tried to set up alarm and get up early but in the morning i used to stop it and sleep for more time.My mother used to say always"Have you seen sun rising at least once" I used to just ignore her words and move on .But do you all also think that you should get up and see sunrise daily ? I thought ok,let me see sunrise at least once.I tried and tried,hard and hard to wake up early but i couldn't get up early.
Then I decided to visit my farm house where ppl wake you up early,Finally i went on a holiday there and what i saw in the morning was a wonder..."The Inspirational Sunrise" Today I am not enough old but ,i am getting up early to see sunrise ,though being a youth i insist all those to see him rise form a small kid to an old person.
That moment was captured in my heart through my lens..

Sunday, April 17, 2011

" My first Click "

I was excited wen i opened my camera form the box as my present for my !2th b'day dad gave me telling i am giving u your life for the second time....putting it in milk or water is your's ! I know you all will now be wondering what is milk and water.Milk meaning "best" and water meaning "ok". I started it without knowing what is a right way to hold it.My dad told me i have given u a tool with which u can show your feelings without speaking a "WORD" .From that day i have never stopped thinking camera is my life partner.Which means she is all for me voda fone says whereever you go it follows me.
My first click was this " Aebbe Falls " ......
Every time i click i fell i am clicking an entire life within my frame !
Hope i do this till the end of my life ....