Article about languages that are becoming extinct all around the worldhttp://news.nationalgeographic.com/news/2007/09/070918-languages
Robots are becoming like humans...hope there will not be a lazy robot or
the curik tulang robot too.
Hmmm...remember my teacher's face when I put in astronaut as my ambition.
After a year or ridiculing, I changed the ambition field in the document
to teacher. After that, no more laughter and jokes about me wanting to go
to space. Now....it IS a valid dream
Missed my days at Agensi Angkasa Negara. Got a few friends keja kat sana,
semua tengah kalut about the program, ierlah just a few days saja lagik
Congrats to Dr Sheikh Muszaphar. To Captain Faiz, please do not be sad.
Which one that will be going and which one will be left behind is not an
issue. Both are heroes. Both should be venerated, not being make the butt
of jokes as the loser or anything.
However, I do agree that the government should not waste money to send
another guy up to the space. Unless it is the moon! Then I concur with
Why? Well, we need to shout our name to the world of course. After our
exteemed x-PM stepped down, there is no mega project, no accolade that we
could attribute to Malaysia. Nada, zero. Yes, I do understand that Tan Sri
Ahmad Badawi is cracking down on the rasuah and others...but we do need
something to attract investors. Selling Malaysia's name as the South East
Asean country that is able to send their people (ok, ok...ONE person) up
to space should do the trick well enuf. (Tho, I do understand Australia's
and Singapore's reluctant to celebrate this victory with us.)
Even tho Nasa are terming our Angkasawan as Spaceflight Participant...let
not be disheartened. What do you expect, US maaa. As long as Russia
recognize it (since they are the people that trained our guys).
The magic date - 10 October 2007 should be celebrated! Let there be
holidays and parades. Emphasize on the holiday..hehehe.
Links for Angkasawan :
Am listening to - Michael Buble - Crazy Little Thing Called Love.