Earth Hour

27 03 2010

Switch off the electricity for 60 minutes

Tonight we celebrated Earth Hour by switching off the lights, television sets, computers, fans and other electrical appliance from 8:30pm to 9:30 pm.

Anyway I switched on a little light 🙂

I was very scared if the burglars would come to my house if it was too dark, especially my father was out for a meeting.

Earth Hour started in 2007 in Sydney, Australia.

Earth Hour is to save our earth by saving the electricity.

Switching off the electricity shows that we want to fight the global warming.

Global warming makes the world gets hotter and hotter.

It caused the ice on the mountains and in Alaska and other places in the north and south of the earth to melt.

This can cause flood and some islands will sink.

This is the disaster!

I hope a lot of people will switch off the electricity during Earth Hour.

I wonder if my father was having his meeting in the dark during Earth Hour âť“






A Beautiful House By The Lake

25 03 2010

Last weekend I went to Uncle Osman Bakar‘s house.

We went there to send Pak Ghani.

Uncle Osman’s  house is in Cyberjaya but very close to Putrajaya.

With my sister at the back of Uncle Osman's house

If we walk out from the garden at the back of the house, we will be in Putrajaya.

Uncle Osman’s house is very,very big and very, very beautiful.

It is a new house.

The house is by the Putrajaya Lake.


The lake is beautiful too :mrgreen:

There is a nice jogging path by the lake.

Aunty Badar let me read some books.

I love to read the books about plants and ships.

And I enjoyed playing in the beautiful garden too.


I think I want go to Uncle Osman’s house again.





Water Pollution

23 03 2010

United Nations says that water pollution is now a serious problem.

This is a disaster.

We may not have clean water to drink!

Water pollution is dirty water because people throw rubbish in the water.

Factories throw dirty water and sometimes toxic waste into the rivers and lakes.


The oil from the ships and boats also pollute the water.


Sometimes there are not much oxygen in polluted water.

So the fishes cannot breathe and die.

There are lots of kinds of germs inside the water that is polluted.

Water pollution caused Cholera, diarrhoea, food poisoning, some skin diseases and other health problems.

Animals, human and plants can die because of diseases caused  by polluted water.

Acid rains also pollute the rivers, lakes and seas.

Acid rains are caused by air pollution.

We must stop throwing rubbish in to the water.

We must invent boats and ships that won’t pollute the water.

We must treat the water that we use at homes and factories before sending them to the river.

We must clean the polluted rivers and lakes.

We can use protozoa to eat the bacteria in the polluted water.

I want people to stop polluting the water and stop polluting our earth.





Reciting Yaasin at MUAFAKAT 5th AGM

21 03 2010

Yesterday morning I went to IIUM or UIAM in Gombak.

IIUM means International Islamic University of Malaysia.

UIAM  means Universiti Islam Antarabangsa Malaysia.

I went there for the MUAFAKAT 5th AGM.

AGM means Annual General Meeting.

I recite Surah Yaasin verse 1 to 10 at the start of the program.


The Surah Yaasin is the 36th surah from the Quran.


In the morning there was a seminar about ‘Umat Islam Sebagai Tulang Belakang Pembangunan Dan Kekuatan Negara Malaysia’.

I ate ‘beriani rice’ and mutton that Pak Cik Amin ordered for lunch.

The mutton was very,very delicious.

The AGM started after lunch.

Over there I met Uncle Emeritus Professor Datuk Osman Bakar, Pak Cik Amin, Ami Ma, Pak Cik Burhan, Uncle Datuk Rameli Musa, Pak Cik Iskandar, Pak Cik Rashidi, Pak Cik Ustaz Ismail Mina Ahmad and Uncle Dr. Aslam.

There are a lot of other ‘uncles’ but I can’t remember their names.

I feel very happy because I can recite the Surah Yaasin to everybody who were there.






Sending Uncle Taj To KLIA

21 03 2010

Last Saturday I woke up at 5 am.

We went to the Sudanese’s Ambassador’s house to fetch Uncle Taj (or Tag).

The house is opposite the ‘castle’ by the lake at Ampang Hilir Lake Garden.

I was going to send Uncle Taj to KLIA in Sepang.

KLIA is Kuala Lumpur International Airport.

Uncle Taj’s full name is Tag el Din el Sanosy (or Tajuddin when we say in Malay)

He is my father’s good friend from Sudan.

Uncle Taj is also Uncle Osman Mokhtar El-Mubarak’s friend.

Uncle Taj was going to Cairo, Egypt before going back to Khartoum, Sudan.

Uncle Taj is very nice and I like him very much.


I hope I can visit Uncle Taj in Sudan 🙂

I want to visit Uncle Osman, Aunty Yaman and big sister Arwa too.

I miss them very much.

Sudan.





Tropical Cyclone Ului Is Going To Australia

20 03 2010

Tropical Cyclone Ului is expected to hit North Queensland, Australia early Sunday.

It is expected to cause strong winds of 170 km per hour (105 miles per hour) and heavy rains.

Strong winds can damage tress, plants and not very strong houses.

The heavy rains can cause flooding.

This is a disaster.

There may be very high waves too as what happened in Fiji during Tropical Cyclone Tomas.

Tropical Cyclone Ului hit Solomon Islands earlier this week.

It caused floods and the strong winds damaged and destroyed homes, plants and trees.

People in the areas may have to move so that they won’t be hit by the storm.

I think that somebody should help them to move from there by super sonic jets.

Super sonic jets can fly faster!





Viruses

18 03 2010

virus

Viruses (vy-rus-iz) are very tiny micro-organisms.

Viruses are even smaller than bacteria.

Viruses can only grow and reproduce inside their hosts.

Humans, animals and plants are their hosts.

Peppers effected by viruses

Most viruses cannot live long outside their hosts.

Some viruses can spread very fast inside our body.

They can make us sick.

Measles, chicken pox, polio, mumps and flu are caused by viruses.

H1N1 virus causes Influenza A(H1N1).

AIDS is caused by HIV virus.

HIV viruses in green colour

Viruses can also make plants and animals sick.

Viruses also effect bacteria.

Viruses that effect bacteria are called bacteriophage

Anyway viruses that effect plants cannot effect animals and human.

Viruses that effect human cannot effect plants and animals.

We use viruses to make vaccines.

Vaccines help our body to fight diseases.

Anyway these viruses are not the same as computer virus.

Computer viruses are not living things.












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