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Tuesday, March 16, 2010

Da Vinci code: Doomsday in 4006

Italian polymath Leonardo da Vinci predicted that the world would end in 4006, a Vatican researcher has claimed.

According to Sabrina Sforza Galitzia, da Vinci foresaw the end of the world in a "universal flood" which would begin on March 21, 4006 and end on November 1, 4006.

 Leonardo da Vinci predicted that the world would end in 4006

Leonardo da Vinci predicted that the world would end in 4006

"He believed that this would mark a new start for humanity," she said.

The Vatican researcher came to the conclusion by deciphering the clues which are available in da Vinci’s ‘Last Supper’ mural - the lunette above his painting of Jesus Christ with his disciples before crucifixion.

“There is a da Vinci code - it is just not the one made popular by Dan Brown,” said Galitzia, who studied da Vinci manuscripts as a researcher at California University in Los Angeles and now works in the Vatican archives.

Last year, the Vatican published her study ‘The Last Supper of Leonardo in the Vatican’, in which she examined a tapestry of the Last Supper made for King Louis XIII of France, based on da Vinci’s design for his famous mural.

Galitzia said she was working on a sequel which would explain da Vinci’s hidden “code”, involving signs of the zodiac and his use of the 24 letters of the Latin alphabet to represent the 24 hours of the day.

Da Vinci had seen the story of humanity as leading to "the sum of all things, the final reckoning" described in the Book of Revelations but also by ancient writers such as Plato and Aristotle, the Times quoted Galitzia as saying.

He had been a scientist and man of faith who had lived in "difficult times" and had hidden his messages "so as not to be attacked", she said. Da Vinci began working on the Last Supper in 1495 and finished it in 1498.

It was restored between 1978 and 1999 after it had badly deteriorated.


Friday, March 12, 2010

Catega at Utusan Borneo

Recently Catega with students from PTPL was doing community service at Kg Lontong Kota Marudu. What we doing there? we make small dam for the villagers and we sponsor 2 big water tank for them.

Good for student, especially to create they responsibility manner towards the society.

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Wednesday, March 10, 2010

Vibrator part left in woman's genitals

A Taiwanese woman lodged a police report against her boyfriend after he forced a vibrator into her private part without her consent.

Worse, the boyfriend - a medical student in his 30s - did not notice that a part of the vibrator had broken off and was left inside the woman's body.

His girlfriend, known only as Xiao Man, found out about the broken bit after taking an X-ray after suffering pain in her vagina for three days.

The furious woman, who was against the use of the sex toy, lodged a report with the Taiwan police against her boyfriend for offence against sexual autonomy.

According to Liberty Times, the man had numerous times requested his girlfriend of three years to use a vibrator while they have sex but was rejected.

Both of them had even quarrelled a few times over the issue.

Recently, when the couple was having sex, the man took out a vibrator and put it into Xiao Man's private part without her knowing.

He stopped when she complained of pain and quickly pulled out the vibrator and hid it, not knowing that the front part of the sex toy had broken off and was left in her vagina.

Since then, the girlfriend had complained of pain in her vagina and sought treatment from a hospital three days later.

She was shocked when doctor told her that a half oval-shaped object was found lodged in her vagina.

(gambar hanya sekadar hiasan)

Monday, March 8, 2010


Excuse me please... i'm taking time out to hunt.... Yepp.. Last 2 week (around that time lah) Catega have manage to join a treasure hunt competition which organize by Kota Kinabalu City Hall (DBKK). The hunt was started at Karambunai Resort at 7.30 a.m an covered almost all of KK city area.

Catega.. ready for hunting... hehee

It was amazing experience for me to join this treasure hunt for the very first time and it's make me want to join it again next year.... My real ambition to join this activity actually to grab the first prize which worth more than RM10,000 ( including RM5,000 cash)... But the question is very tricky for first timer, we manage get no. 31(ha ha... dunno actually) from 125 of contestants.

This is our hunting car... Kancil

We pay RM 300 to join this competition... and what we got is tired... ha ha ha... No lah... Even though we pay RM 300 to join it but actually is worth because we get many goodies from the event sponsors... Adidas t-shirt, Celcom simcard, lunch / high tea at Karambunai resort, biscuits and mineral water and other more... that are the thing that we get.

Front view

Catega posing in front of Kancil with some other team members

here the 80's team

Celcom challange

Hopefully next i can manage myself to join this activity again and grab the first prize. This time i already know the trick to get the number 1 is not impossible (ha haa... )

Friday, March 5, 2010

Correct Timing To Take Water

Correct timing to take water, will maximize its effectiveness to Human body.

Two (02) glasses of water - After waking up - Helps activate internal organs

One (01) glass of water - 30 minutes before meal - Help digestion

One (01) glass of water - Before taking a bath - Helps lower blood pressure

One (01) glass of water - Before sleep - To avoid stroke or heart attack

Thursday, March 4, 2010

'Smoking killed me' sign on grave

A smoker who died after battling emphysema has had his dying wish granted with the placement of a "Smoking killed me" sign on his hearse and his grave.

Albert Whittamore blamed his youthful smoking habit for the lung disease.

He said before he died at age 85 in February that he wanted the sign to serve as a warning to young people about the dangers of tobacco smoking.

The sign was designed to look like the health warning on a packet of cigarettes.
The printed placard at his grave will be left in place for a week.

The hearse carrying his body through the town of Dover 160 km southeast of London had several of the printed signs displayed in the windows. - AP

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