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Friday, October 9, 2009

declaration war from madara

that is the title from naruto episode 467
i think madara was crazy he want to control people inthe world like a puppet
u want to see this episode click the picture beside

Tuesday, September 15, 2009

naruto shippuden 463

if u r naruto mania u may not pass this chapter because this is good in this chapter sasuke was fighting raikage who will win ? u can read it yourself
u can read naruto shippuden episode 416 in picture below

College Loans Consolidation

Student loan consolidation is a wise financial move for many people who have more than one student loan. More graduates than ever these days are leaving college with student loans owed and with a tight job market, and the need to repay student loans, looking at student loan consolidation just makes good financial sense.

there are step by step about student loan :
Step 1: Verify your current loan standing
Step 2: Gather required information
Step 3: Apply online

College wasn’t cheap, and many times, for a variety of reasons, student loans are taken out by individuals from more than one institution. The reasons are different for each borrower. Many students would prefer to avoid working full-time while enrolled in college to have more time free for studying, resulting in better grades. Other borrowers are attending expensive private schools, and even state universities cost more now than they did just a few years ago. And, many people attend graduate schools, working towards MBA degrees, or attend law school or medical school. For many students college study would not be possible without student loan availability.

Tuesday, August 18, 2009

free ansav update juli 2009

if you want to download ansav you can download from this blog in this link below :

How to be a trader

Become internet trader is easy
Come on I show the its step by step, If you have understood the elementary base [of] forex (foreign currency), please try the forex trading professional owning many fitur, and very we recommend to you [of] [all] trader forex professional. [Please click here for the Broker of Professional Forex, Trustworthy and Peaceful
A. To open the free account trading forex or free, Please fill the form here.
In your three minute have will be able to be direct [of] trading; you’d get the present $ 5 free of charge and money virtual to exercise the trading [of] equal to $ 10.000
Important: You have to [enter/include] the data personal truly, start from Complete Name, Address, Number Phone the, Zip Code, Town and State. User including spurious data [from] the hence will be vanished automatically by system. Each and everyone shall only make 1 just account, because if/when you make more than 1 account, hence you'd block. In consequence you'd be obliged to [enter/include] the data really according to ID card Or Driving License , because this ID card or Driving License SIM will be asked [by] upload later
Way Of Filling Form Registration:
For the field of with the asterisk (*) you Have to content, other [is] you May empty the
1. Username (*): Use the username / good nickname, because you will use for the chatting of with the humanity trader, for example: tradermx, etc
2. Password (*): You’re Password; minimize 8 character of alliance of letter and number
3. First Name (*): Name of Your front
4. Middle Initial: Middle name Your Initial (1 character), just emptying (if you do not have the middle name) or [enter/include] your middle name to Last Name (if you have the middle name
5. Last Name (*): Name of Your back, if name of You [of] only consisted of [by] one syllable, including the name of the You [in] field of First Name and Last Name. Follow the example of: if name of you [is] Johnny, hence including First Name: Johnny, Last Name: Johnny
6. Job Title : just Emptying if name [in] ID / kip or driving license / Your SIM nothing; there is no title or fill in the Title to this column ( if there [is] title [in] ID / ktp or driving license / SIM
7. Organization: Emptying
8. Street Address (*): Address as according to ID / ktp or driving license / Your SIM
9. Additional Address: Emptying or earn you fill your address besides contained [in] ID or driving license
10. City (*): Your Town as according to ID / ktp or driving license / Your Driving License (SIM)
11. Zip / postal Code (*): Zip Code
12. State / province (*): Province for example West Java
13. Country / region (*): State
14. Phone (*): Number Phone
15. Fax: Emptying
16. Mobile: Emptying or fill by number [is] your cellular phone
17. E-Mail (*): Your E-Mail Address (Have to still active!)
18. Website: Emptying or fill by website [is] you
Click the knob Continue
1. User Template (*): Standard of Forex Trader
2. Coupon: Emptying if/when nothing; there is no one who your reference (coupon [of] non meaning discounted, but just for marking that you of down line someone
3. Recovery Question (*): Question to cure your password if forgetting, example [of] of what is your pet's name? (What [is] name of your pet?
4. Recovery Answer (*): Answer from question Recovery [of] above, example [of]: Illusory maya, hence Filling in illusory Luna if name of your darling animal [is] illusory maya, suggested [by] [of] answer consisted of [by] some easy word [is] you remember

Make money from internet

Blogging is basically writing an online journal (or blog) where in you can pen down your ideas, opinions, thoughts and every thing you can think of.

The moves that you can do are:

a) Setup and Host A Blog

Unlike a website you can set up a blog and hosted for free. If you don't have computer then Blogger.com is the first hosting company to be considered. It is first very easy to set up and maintain and secondly Google owns Blogger.com and they visit web pages on their servers very often and fast, compared to a website. There are also other possibilities to host your blog one. Wordpress.com or Moveable Type.com, but you will need more computer skills to install your blog on these hosts.

b) Advantages of a Blog in Comparison to a Website

There are many advantages of a blog above a website, except it's easy to setup and free. You can put every thing in your blog: from a couple of lines what it is on your mind or your new article just published elsewhere, or a product review. In principle, a blog is the same as a website, but you will need to update more frequently to get the visitors to your site. A major advantage of a blog here above a website to getting major search engines like Google and Yahoo to visit your blog frequently is a technique called "pinging". It's a method of notifying all of the major search engines and blog directories, each time that you have updated your blog. The search engines will come and to take a look at your blog, thereby increasing traffic to your blog. If you link your blog to your websites, the search engines will follow the links from the blog pointing to your sites. This will help the search engine rankings of your sites as well!

c) How to Make Money with a Blog?

You can monetize your blog by creating a blog on a topic people are searching for and that they are spending money on. Do some research of niches based upon pay-per-click advertisers (e.g. Google Adwords) are willing to spend their advertising money on.

Adding Google AdSense ads on my blogs is a good way to make money from your blog. Simply insert these ads in the menu bar and other strategic places on

Your blog page. You could also consider other paid advertising on your blog.

Advertise affiliate products in your blog. You could register for an affiliate for free at companies like Clickbank, PayDotCom.com or Commission Junction. Choose products that you would like to promote and incorporate links on your blog.

In conclusion, blogging is an effective method to make money online, and above all it is free. It should be considered by some one who is new in internet marketing and by who have been in internet marketing for a significant period to improve the business from their websites.

Diep Tran is working in the pharmaceutical industry, is Internet marketer, and webmaster of Internet Home Business Opportunities. To Make Money Online, Visit: http://www.internet-wealth.biz. \

The other ways that you can do with internet are:

1. Online invest

This way contains risk and need start-up capital to be able to get profit. To invest in online x'self also need studying time, experience and must follow rule of new investment then can enjoy profit in the end. Many netters beyond the sea living by investment of this online and usually them which have been long enough dabble or which have been experienced in this area.

Excess: easy way to get advantage because doesn't require any expertise of having capital

Insuffiency: loss potency (losing of capital) if not bewared of in invests in because many deceptive investment or fails payee even bankrupt because wrong managed or wrong of management

Production: variety depended from investment capital value and profit promised

2. Becomes internet trader

This way also enough effective for diligent and which learning hobby trading currency ( Forex) because if netter until becomes expert trading, production which in earning also able to very height and can get hundreds of finite tens of thousand dollars per week or per month. When now there is many media providing free trading to learn and even can get free money for trading in fact as in Marketiva.

3. Makes site for advertisement, affiliate and promotion and online marketing

This is way of can be spelled out members most effective in making a living in internet and free of risk because netter need site only either free and or paying as free media 24 hours to present advertisement like Google Adsense or makes its (the site as affiliate for sales promotion of goods from other site like affiliate with Amazon (sites book sale) where netter can get commission from every book bought by other netter entering through? via link from site.

Excess: free of risk and easy to be done

Insuffiency: netter need time to make sites and need knowledge for the purpose and must often -update sites so that often is visited other netter

Income: depended from amounts “hit" (netter visiting sites) per day example site: adsense.com – amazon.com

Sunday, August 16, 2009


Pearl is one that forms without any human intervention at all, in the wild, and is very rare. Many hundreds of pearl oysters or pearl mussels have to be gathered and opened, and thus killed, in order to find even one wild pearl, and for many centuries that was the only way pearls were obtained. This was the main reason why pearls fetched such extraordinary prices in the past.
The difference between natural and cultured pearls focuses on whether the pearl was created spontaneously by nature — without human intervention — or with human aid. Pearls are formed inside the shell of certain mollusks: as a defense mechanism to a potentially threatening irritant such as a parasite inside its shell, the mollusk creates a pearl to seal off the irritation.
Single natural pearls are often sold as a collector's item, or set as centerpieces in unique jewelry. Very few matched strands of natural pearls exist, and those that do often sell for hundreds of thousands of dollars. (In 1917, jeweler Pierre Cartier purchased the Fifth Avenue mansion that is now the New York Cartier store for US$100 cash and a double strand of matched natural pearls valued at the time at US$1 million
In the past couple of decades, cultured pearls have been produced using larger oysters in the south Pacific and Indian Ocean. The largest pearl oyster is the Pinctada maxima, which is roughly the size of a dinner plate. South Sea pearls are characterized by their large size and warm luster. Sizes up to 14 mm in diameter are not uncommon. South Sea pearls are primarily produced in Australia, Indonesia and the Philippine
The value of the pearls in jewelry is determined by a combination of the luster, color, size, lack of surface flaw and symmetry that are appropriate for the type of pearl under consideration.

Thursday, August 6, 2009


A star sapphire is a type of sapphire that exhibits a star-like phenomenon known as asterism. Star sapphires contain intersecting needle-like inclusions (often the mineral rutile, a mineral composed primarily of titanium dioxide that cause the appearance of a six-rayed 'star'-shaped pattern when viewed with a single overhead light source.
Blue sapphires are evaluated based upon the purity of their primary hue. Purple, violet and green are the normal secondary hues found in blue sapphires. Violet and purple can contribute to the overall beauty of the color, while green is considered a distinct negative. Blue sapphires with no more than 15% violet or purple are generally said to be of fine quality. Blue sapphires with any amount of green as a secondary hue are not considered to be fine quality. Gray is the normal saturation modifier or mask found in blue sapphires. Gray reduces the saturation or brightness of the hue and therefore has a distinctly negative effect.
Sapphires are mined from alluvial deposits or from primary underground workings.

The finest specimens were mined in Kashmir, in the northwestern section of India, from about 1880 to 1920. They have also been mined in Myanmar, Madagascar, Sri Lanka, Australia, Thailand, India, Pakistan, Afghanistan, Tanzania, Kenya and China. All three famous sapphires, the Logan sapphire, the Star of India and the Star of Bombay originate from Sri Lankan mines. Madagascar leads the world in sapphire production specifically in and around the city of Ilakaka. Prior to Ilakaka, Australia was the largest producer of sapphires (as of 1987).In the United States sapphires have been produced from deposits near Helena, Montana. Gem grade sapphires and rubies are also found in and around Franklin, North Carolina.


A ruby is a pink to blood-red gemstone, a variety of the mineral corundum (aluminium oxide). The red color is caused mainly by the presence of the element chromium. Rubies have a hardness of 9.0 on the Mohs scale of mineral hardness.
Prices of rubies are primarily determined by color. The brightest and most valuable "red" called pigeon blood-red, commands a huge premium over other rubies of similar quality. After color follows clarity: similar to diamonds, a clear stone will command a premium, but a ruby without any needle-like rutile inclusions may indicate that the stone has been treated. Cut and carat (size) also determine the price.
The finest ruby is best described as being a vivid medium-dark toned red. Secondary hues add an additional complication. Pink, orange, and purple are the normal secondary hues in ruby. Of the three, purple is preferred because, firstly, the purple reinforces the red making it appear richer. Secondly, purple occupies a position on the color wheel halfway between red and blue. In Burma where the term pigeon blood originated, rubies are set in pure gold. Pure gold is, itself a highly saturated yellow. Set a purplish-red ruby in yellow and the yellow neutralizes its compliment blue leaving the stone appearing to be pure red in the setting.
The most common treatment is the application of heat. Most, if not all, rubies at the lower end of the market are heat treated on the rough stones to improve color, remove purple tinge, blue patches and silk. These heat treatments typically occur around temperatures of 1800 °C (3300 °F). Some rubies undergo a process of low tube heat, when the stone is heated over charcoal of a temperature of about 1300 °C (2400 °F) for 20 to 30 minutes. The silk is only partially broken as the color is improved.

Tuesday, August 4, 2009


Most natural diamonds are formed at high-pressure high-temperature conditions existing at depths of 140 km to 190 km in the Earth mantle. Carbon-containing minerals provide the carbon source, and the growth occurs over periods from 1 billion to 3.3 billion years, which respectively corresponds to roughly 25% and 75% of the age of the Earth. Diamonds are brought close to the Earth surface through deep volcanic eruptions by a magma, which cools into igneous rocks known as kimberlites and lamproites. Diamonds can also be produced synthetically in a high-pressure high-temperature process which approximately simulates the conditions in the Earth mantle. An alternative, and completely different growth technique is chemical vapor deposition. Several non-diamond materials, which include cubic zirconia and silicon carbide and are often called diamond simulants, resemble diamond in appearance and many properties. Special gemological techniques have been specially developed to distinguish natural and synthetic diamonds and diamond simulants.
The diamond hardness depends on its purity, crystalline perfection and orientation: hardness is higher for flawless, pure crystals oriented to the direction (along the longest diagonal of the cubic diamond lattice).Therefore, whereas it might be possible to scratch some diamonds with other materials, such as boron nitride, the hardest diamonds can only be scratched by other diamonds. In particular, nanocrystalline diamond aggregates were measured to be harder than any large single crystal diamond. Those aggregates are produced by high-pressure high-temperature treatment of graphite or fullerite (C60).

The hardness of diamonds contributes to its suitability as a gemstone. Because it can only be scratched by other diamonds, it maintains its polish extremely well. Unlike many other gems, it is well-suited to daily wear because of its resistance to scratching—perhaps contributing to its popularity as the preferred gem in engagement or wedding rings, which are often worn every day.

The hardest natural diamonds mostly originate from the Copeton and Bingara fields located in the New England area in New South Wales, Australia. These diamonds are generally small, perfect to semiperfect octahedra, and are used to polish other diamonds. Their hardness is associated with the crystal growth form, which is single-stage crystal growth. Most other diamonds show more evidence of multiple growth stages, which produce inclusions, flaws, and defect planes in the crystal lattice, all of which affect their hardness. It is possible to treat regular diamonds under a combination of high pressure and high temperature to produce diamonds that are harder than the diamonds used in hardness gauges.

Industrial use of diamonds has historically been associated with their hardness; this property makes diamond the ideal material for cutting and grinding tools. As the hardest known naturally occurring material, diamond can be used to polish, cut, or wear away any material, including other diamonds. Common industrial adaptations of this ability include diamond-tipped drill bits and saws, and the use of diamond powder as an abrasive. Less expensive industrial-grade diamonds, known as bort, with more flaws and poorer color than gems, are used for such purposes.

Diamond is not suitable for machining ferrous alloys at high speeds, as carbon is soluble in iron at the high temperatures created by high-speed machining, leading to greatly increased wear on diamond tools when compared to alternatives.