Thứ Ba, 21 tháng 12, 2010

थे हैप्पी न्यू YEAR

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The humen Who were born and to the death. All things will be keep in history for the later The life in our galaxy with three basic factors : The Heaven - The Earth - the People All things have been connected together in the natural rules. That have come and gone for the long time. In the new year coming in soon " 2011" I hope that. All things will be the Best , in order to bringing the Love - The Happiness - The Rich to every body and every house. In the warming airs with the best wishes of them will come in true . The people will hold the hands together on the way for finding : The Truth - The Honestiness - And The Art

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Thứ Sáu, 1 tháng 10, 2010

अबाउट ICM

About ICM 2010
The International Congress of Mathematicians (ICM) is the largest congress in the mathematics community. It is held once every four years under the auspices of the International Mathematical Union (IMU). The Fields Medals, the Nevanlinna Prize, and the Gauss Prize are awarded during the congress’ opening ceremony. In the 2010 ICM, a new prize also will be awarded, the Chern Medal Award. Each congress is memorialized by printed Proceedings recording academic papers based on invited talks intended to reflect the current state of the science.
Location: The venue of the ICM-2010 will be the Hyderabad International Convention Centre (HICC), a state of the art facility for holding large meetings such as ICM 2010. Hyderabad (check this link for more information on Hyderabad) is accessible directly from some international airports in Europe, middle East and far East. The new international airport is about 25 kms from the center of the city. The city is well connected both by air and surface to all the major metros in the country: Delhi, Mumbai, Kolkata, Chennai, Bangalore.
For some practical information about visas to India, Customs, Currency and other matters please check this link. The FAQ contains answers to the most common questions about the ICM, Hyderabad, India, etc.
The Congress is structured in the traditional manner with the main activity being the Plenary and Sectional invited lecturers, the sectional talks being held in 7 or 8 parallel sessions. Efforts will be made to avoid overlap of talks on closely connected themes that may fall in different sections. There will also be paper-reading and poster sessions as is usual. The Organisers will also arrange special events such as non-technical talks connected with promotion of mathematics as well as cultural programmes.
There will be satellite conferences associated with the congress in different locations in the country.
For some more informaiton on the logo, webserver, etc, please check this page.
In 2010 the fields prize have dilivered to four persons . Especial in them .For the first time There is a Vietnam had won this prize, The prize was depreciated in value as the mathematic Nobel. By the way I want to say the thanks to them about all researchs for sience . They are:
Ngô Bảo Châu is being awarded the 2010 Fields Medal for for his proof of the Fundamental Lemma in the theory of automorphic forms through the introduction of new algebro-geometric methods.
Cédric Villani is being awarded the 2010 Fields Medal for his proofs of nonlinear Landau damping and convergence to equilibrium for the Boltzmann equation.
Stanislav Smirnov is being awarded the 2010 Fields medal for the proof of conformal invariance of percolation and the planar Ising model in statistical physics.
Elon Lindenstrauss is being awarded the 2010 Fields Medal for his results on measure rigidity in ergodic theory, and their applications to number theory.

Thứ Ba, 23 tháng 2, 2010

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This is some my collections about some plants That is great for your inproving your indoor
Areca Palm (Chrysalidocarpus lutescens)

Also called the “Butterfly Palm”. An upright houseplant that is somewhat vase shaped. Specimen plants can reach 10 to 12 foot in height. Prefers a humid area to avoid tip damage. Requires pruning. When selecting an Areca palm look for plants with larger caliber trunks at the base of the plant. Plants that have pencil thin stems tend to topple over and are quite difficult to maintain.
Lady Palm (Rhapis excelsa)

Also called the “Lady Palm”, this durable palm species adapts well to most interiors. The Rhapis are some of the easiest palms to grow, but each species has its own particular environment and culture requirements. The “Lady Palm” grows slowly, but can grow to more than 14′ in height with broad clumps often having a diameter as wide as their height.
Bamboo palm (Chamaedorea seifrizii)
Also called the “reed palm”, this palm prefers bright indirect light. New plants will lose of some interior foliage as they acclimate to indoor settings. This plant likes to stay uniformly moist, but does not like to be over-watered or to sit in standing water. Indoor palms may attract spider mites which can be controlled by spraying with a soapy solution.
Rubber Plant (Ficus robusta)
Grows very well indoors, preferring semi-sun lighting. Avoid direct sunlight, especially in summer. Young plants may need to be supported by a stake. The Ficus grows to 8’ with a spread of 5’. Wear gloves when pruning, as the milky sap may irritate the skin. Water thoroughly when in active growth, then allow the soil to become fairly dry before watering again. In winter keep slightly moist.
Dracaena “Janet Craig” (Dracaena deremensis)
The Dracaena grows to 10’ with a spread of 3’. Easy to grow, these plants do best in bright indirect sunlight coming from the east/west. They can adapt to lower light levels if the watering is reduced. Keep the soil evenly moist and mist frequently with warm water. Remove any dead leaves. Leaf tips will go brown if the plant is under watered but this browning may be trimmed.
Philodendron (Philodendron sp.)
One of the most durable of all house plants. Philodendrons prefer medium intensity light but will tolerate low light. Direct sun will burn the leaves and stunt plant growth. This plant is available in climbing and non-climbing varieties. When grown indoors, they need to be misted regularly and the leaves kept free of dust. Soil should be evenly moist, but allowed to dry between watering.
Dwarf Date Palm (Phoenix roebelenii)
A hardy, drought-tolerant and long-lived plant, the Dwarf Date Palm needs a bright spot which is free of drafts. It grows slowly, reaching heights of 8-10’. The Dwarf Date Palm should not be placed near children’s play areas because it has sharp needle-like spines arranged near the base of the leaf stem. These can easily penetrate skin and even protective clothing.

Ficus Alii (Ficus macleilandii “Alii”)
The Ficus Alii grows easily indoors, and resists insects. It prefers a humid environment and low to medium light when grown indoors. The Ficus Aliii should not be placed near heating or air conditioning vents, or near drafts because this could cause leaf loss. Soil should be kept moist but allowed to dry between watering.

Boston Fern (Nephrolepis exaltata “Bostoniensis”)
The Boston fern grows to 4’ in height with a spread up to 5’. It has feathery ferns which are best displayed as a hanging plant. It prefers bright indirect sunlight. Keep the soil barely moist and mist frequently with warm water. This plant is prone to spider mites and whitefly which can be controlled using a soapy water spray. Inspect new plants for bugs before bringing them home.
Peace Lily (Spathiphyllum “Mauna Loa”)
The Peace Lily is a compact plant which grows to a height of 3’ with a 2’ spread. This hardy plant tolerates neglect. It prefers indirect sunlight and high humidity, but needs to be placed out of drafts. For best results, the Peace Lily should be thoroughly watered, then allowed to go moderately dry between waterings. The leaves should be misted frequently with warm

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