Einstein, The Smallest Foal In The World – Photos

This is Einstein, the smallest baby horse in the world.

Einstein was born on Friday April 23, 2010 at Tiz Miniature Horse Farm in Barnstead, New Hampshire.

Einstein is only 14 inches high and weighs only 6 lbs.

The 3 day old Einstein is shorter than a 1 year old baby 🙂

I think Einstein will grow up to a maximum of 70cm high.

Ways To Heal Our Earth

  • Stop the wars because the wars destroy trees, buildings, animals, humans and caused pollutions and wars can destroy our Earth.

  • Stop doing all the things that can harm our Earth.

  • Plant lots and lots of trees.

  • Use organic farming to reduce pollution.

  • The government should find ways so that everybody can use solar energy for electricity.

  • Invent transports that do not cause pollution maybe we can use solar energy.

  • Plant lots of trees around factories to reduce air pollution.

  • Stop building factories around lakes, rivers or sea and houses.

  • Do not produce too much things to reduce industrial waste.

  • Do not use dangerous chemical in factories.

  • Stop demolishing buildings that are still strong and safe because we cause pollution during demolishing and we need a place to throw the rubble. When we build a new building we’ll need new bricks, glass, steel and wood and cause more damage to the Earth.

  • Clean up the rubbish around us.

  • Clean the polluted rivers and lakes. Take out the rubbish and treat the water.

  • Recycle, reuse and reduce doing things that is bad for our environment.

  • Show the people what will happen if we do not heal our Earth. Even littering can cause a disaster.

  • Stop smoking because it causes air pollution just like factories. If someone want to smoke they should only smoke in a cave deep in the jungle.

Stop Destroying Our Earth

People like to do things that harm the Earth.

Wars, cutting down trees, littering, polluting and forest fire are some of the things that harm our environment.

Cutting down trees especially on the hillside caused landslide that will push down new trees and that tree will push down other trees; so more and more trees will be pushed down.

I think it is like playing domino; when we push down one tile, it will push down another tile and more tiles will fall down.

Littering can cause flash flood when the rubbish block the drain; the flood will damaged buildings and plants and caused water pollution and leave rubbish everywhere.

Industrial wastes from factories cause water pollution, air pollution and toxic rain.

Cars, trucks, buses, ships, boats aeroplanes and other vehicles caused air pollution.

In the cities there are lots of buildings and vehicles but not much trees.

And we are also using too much fuel energy.

We cause global warming and global warming causes disasters that destroy the Earth.

Kerepok Lekor Recipe In Photos

On Saturday, my mother made kerepok lekor.

Kerepok lekor is a special food from Kuala Terangganu.

Kuala Terengganu is my parent’s hometown.

In Kuala Lumpur people do not sell fresh kerepok lekor.

So if we want to eat fresh kerepok lekor, we have to make them ourselves.

What we need to make kerepok lekor:

  • A bowl of fish.

  • A bowl of sago.

A bowl of sago
  • Some water.

  • Salt.

How to make kerepok lekor:

  1. First blend the fish without the bones.

    Blend the fish
  2. Mix the fish, sago and salt.

  3. Shape them so they become long cylinders.

    Shape them
  4. Boil them until cooked.

    Tadaa! Here is my mother's tasty kerepok lekor!

    Note: I snapped all of the photos above (except the last one) myself 🙂

Cars – Logo/Country Of Origin/Founded Date – Part 2

Cadilac

Cadilac (American car). Founded on August 22, 1902 in USA.

Abarth

Abarth Logo (Italian car). Founded on April 15, 1949 in Italy.

Lancia

Lancia (Italian car). Founded on November 29, 1906 in Italy.

Daimler

Daimler (German car). Founded in 1890 in Germany.

Scion

Scion (Japanese car). Founded in 2002 in Japan.

Pontiac

Pontiac (American car). Founded in 1899 in America. Defunct in 2010.


Please click here for ‘Cars-Logo/Country Of Origin/Founded Date-Part 1’

GM Unveils SUV Version Of Volt

Chevrolet's Volt MPV5 concept vehicle.

Chevrolet Volt is going to be General Motors’ new car.

The car will be sold in U.S.A. at the end of this year.

There are going to be MPVs too 😉

I think the car is beautiful.

Earth Day

Earth Day

Today is Earth Day.

Earth Day was founded by U.S. Senator Gaylord Nelson as an environmental teach-in held on April 22, 1970.

It is to remind us to take care of our Earth and save the Earth.

People have been destroying the Earth by littering, cutting down trees, killing wild animals, starting

forest fire and causing pollution as in Micheal Jackson’s Earth Song video clip.

War is another disaster that destroy the Earth.

We have to stop destroying our earth.

We have to stop global warming too.

We have to plant new trees, recycle, reuse, use organic farming to plant fruits and vegetable and stop the war.

We have to heal the world and make our Earth clean and beautiful.


European Airspace Opens But Passengers Are Still Stranded

My father’s friend, Mr Steve McEwan still cannot get back to United Kingdom.

But the airspace is already opened.

Please click for European airspace developments as of 1942 GMT April 21, 2010.

The earliest he can fly home on Emirates airline will be on April 30, 2010.

His actual flight was on April 16, 2010.

He had been stranded in Kuala Lumpur for 7 days and has to wait for another 8 days to fly home!

The volcanic ash from under the Eyjafilljallajokull glacier caused European airspace to be closed for 5 days.

So, when the airspace is open on Wednesday millions of people tried to get home.

It needs a lot of plane trips to get everybody home.

So some stranded passenger are still stranded even when the European airspace is now opened.

Jenna Suttmeier , 21, right, and Shannon Grossman, 20, left, from Seattle, United States, play volleyball as they wait for their flight to Madrid at the Son Sant Joan Airport in Palma de Mallorca, Spain, on Sunday, April 18, 2010. Spain's airport authority has closed 12 airports as the ash cloud emerging from an Icelandic volcano reaches the north of the country. (AP Photo/Manu Mielniezuk)

This is a disaster especially to the stranded passengers.

Latest List Of Development In European Air Travel(1942 GMT Wednesday)

Europe opens its airspace on Wednesday.

Here is the latest development as of 1942 GMT April 21, 2010.

Afghanistan
• Ash cloud is affecting civilian and military air travel to and from Afghanistan, according to NATO.

Australia
• Qantas Airways said it will resume services between Europe and Australia, and Asia and Europe on Wednesday. Scheduled services between Australia and Europe via Asia will resume Thursday.

• “We have been closely monitoring the evolving situation in Europe and liaising with European authorities about the opening of airspace across Europe,” said Alan Joyce, Qantas CEO. He said the airline took a range of factors into consideration before making the decision to resume services.

Belgium
• Some 40,000 passengers were expected at Brussels Airport on Wednesday, the Belgian Ministry of Transport said. The figure is considered busy, though not as busy as normal, the ministry said. About 15 flights arrived Wednesday morning, and there will be 200 total flights by afternoon.

Britain
• The British government scrapped plans to make the Madrid, Spain, airport a hub for stranded British travelers. It said any Britons who have been unable to return home because of travel restrictions should contact their airlines for the latest advice on available flights. British Embassy staff members are at the Madrid airport as well as the Calais, France, ferry terminal to assist any travelers who went there before the reopening of British airspace, the government said.

• Most of the airspace over the United Kingdom is available with the exception of an area over northwest Scotland, where there is a dense concentration of ash, air traffic control authority NATS said Wednesday morning. The ash is forecast to stay over the area and may extend farther south into Scottish airspace later Wednesday, NATS said.

• Manchester Airport said flights were both taking off and landing Wednesday. Ten flights departed overnight. The first flight to arrive Wednesday was a Thomas Cook charter aircraft from Sharm-El-Sheik, Egypt, that landed at 4:15 a.m. with 60 people on board, it said.

• Virgin Atlantic announced plans to resume operating its normal flight schedule Wednesday into and out of London’s Heathrow and Gatwick airports.

• Beginning Thursday, budget airline Ryanair expects to resume a full schedule of Northern European flights, except those between Ireland and the United Kingdom. It is canceling all flights between Ireland and the United Kingdom until early Friday to use aircraft for extra flights Thursday from the United Kingdom to continental Europe and from Ireland to Europe to deal with the backlog.

China
• Cathay Pacific Airways, based in Hong Kong, had seven flights to Europe scheduled for Wednesday. It planned to resume its normal schedule from Thursday. However, because of the backup, new ticket purchases will not be for flights until May 5.

Denmark
• Danish airspace is open for all flights until 8 a.m. Thursday, the Denmark Airspace Authority said.

Finland
• The airport in Helsinki, Finland, closed after it briefly reopened earlier Wednesday, the airport said.

France
• All long-haul flights are operating to and from Paris airports Wednesday, and 60 percent of short-haul flights were operating to and from the airports, the Paris Airports authority said.

• French authorities said all long-haul flights were leaving from Paris airports, along with 60 percent of short-haul flights.

Germany
• The following airports were open and accepting flights on Wednesday, said the country’s air traffic control DFS: Hamburg, Hanover, Bremen, Hamburg, all Berlin airports, Cologne, Frankfurt/main and Frankfurt Hahn, Saarbruecken, Nuernberg, Stuttgart, and Munch.

• Lufthansa has started flights to Munich and Amsterdam, the Netherlands, from New Delhi, the ministry said.

Iceland
• Volcanologists estimate the ash output from Iceland’s Eyjafjallajokull has dropped by 80 percent, compared with the first day of eruption on April 14. Current output was described as “insignificant,” by Armann Hoskulsson, a volcanologist at the University of Iceland, at a briefing Wednesday.

• Iceland Air will resume all of its suspended service to and from all European destinations, including London, on Wednesday, the airline said. European service will also resume from the airport in Reykjavik.

• Ash from the volcano is still reaching higher than 10,000 feet at times, according to Iceland’s Department of Civil Protection and Emergency Management and Britain’s Met Office.

• A northerly wind was blowing the ash south, but at a higher altitude, a more easterly wind was blowing the ash toward the United Kingdom and the rest of Europe, the Department of Civil Protection and Emergency Management said.

India
• India’s state-run airline, Air India, has resumed daily flights to Paris and Frankfurt, Germany, as well as New York and Chicago, Illinois, in the United States. Flights from New Delhi to London and Frankfurt are expected to depart Thursday, India’s civil aviation ministry announced. It will also resume its Toronto, Ontario, flight from Amritsar in Punjab state Thursday.

• Air India’s flight stranded at Frankfurt arrived in New Delhi on Wednesday via Egypt

• Private carrier Jet Airways resumed flights to London from New Delhi and Mumbai. It has cleared its backlog for the U.S. and Canada via Athens, Greece, but its 6,000 Europe-bound passengers are stranded in Mumbai and New Delhi.

Italy
• Italy has reopened its airspace nationwide, the Italian aviation authority ENAC announced.

Norway
• No restrictions exist in Norwegian airspace. Officials were to reassess the situation later but do not expect anything to change until early Thursday.

Russia
• Thirty-two flights were canceled Wednesday, affecting 2,201 people, the Russian Transport Ministry said. In comparison, as many as 570 flights were canceled and 46 flights delayed Tuesday — problems affecting almost 33,000 people.

• Delays and/or cancellations occurred at four airports Wednesday, mostly in the European part of the country, the ministry said.

• Up to 15,000 Russian passengers were stranded in European cities, including 5,000 to 7,000 in Germany and about 5,000 in the United Kingdom, the Foreign Ministry estimated.

Singapore
• Singapore Airlines has resumed flights to Europe from Singapore and from Australia — except into Frankfurt and Munich, Germany, where the airspace not been cleared. The airline has 3,000 stranded passengers in Australia who are trying to get to Europe and 5,000 Australians in Europe waiting to return to Australia, a spokeswoman said Wednesday.

Sweden
• Most if not all Swedish airports should be open by 4 p.m. (10 a.m. ET), Swedish airspace operator Swedavia said.

United Arab Emirates
• Emirates airline in the United Arab Emirates is operating all but two of its scheduled flights to Europe on Wednesday. Thirty-seven flights departed from Dubai, including 12 to the United Kingdom and seven to Germany. The two canceled flights were to fly early Wednesday to Heathrow and Gatwick airports near London.

Photos-Life Around Eyjafilljallajokull Glacier After Volcano Eruption

Black ash cloud rising in the background of a farm building in Drangshild 2 at Eyjafjoll.

This photo looks so spooky like a spooky photo from a scary film or storybook.

The volcano in southern Iceland's Eyjafjallajokull glacier sends ash into the air Saturday, April 17, 2010. (AP Photo/Brynjar Gauti)

Amazing!

This aerial image shows the crater spewing ash and plumes of grit at the summit of the volcano in southern Iceland's Eyjafjallajokull glacier Saturday April 17, 2010. Icelandic scientists warned that volcanic activity had increased and showed no sign of abating . (AP Photo/Arnar Thorisson/Helicopter.is)

So far nobody knows when will the eruption stops …

I hope that there will not be a bigger eruption.

Ash covers bags of hays on a farm in Hrutafell in Eyjafjoll on April 18. 2010.

Ash covers the grounds on the farms around the Eyjafilljallajokull glacier.

The farmers have to work hard to clean their farms.

The ash can be dangerous to the farmers and their animals.

In some places people have to wear masks and glasses.

Men work to remove volcanic ash from the roof of a house, in Seljavellir, 140 kilometers (86 miles) from Reykjavík, Iceland, Sunday, April 18, 2010.  (AP Photo/Brynjar Gauti )

The ash has to be removed from the roof to avoid the roof from collapsed.

Spooky black ash cloud in the background on April 18,2010.

The black ash cloud blocks the sun light in some area in Iceland.

This makes day as dark as night.

The black ash cloud makes day as dark as night time in Drangshild 2 near Eyjafjoll on April 17, 2010.

I read and wrote about stranded passenger at airports around the world.

What about the farmers around the Eyjafilljallajokull glacier?

A natural fire works show. The eruption of the volcano under the Eyjafilljallajokull glacier in Iceland causing airports to close in Europe.

I think that the photos of the eruption of the volcano under the Eyjafilljallajokull glacier is really beautiful.

But it caused problems to millions of people around the world!

Another amazing view of the volcanic eruption under the Eyjafilljallajokull glacier, Iceland.

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