Date: 01.06.2011. Time: 22.00

Onion is good for all of us. But do not cook it. Have it raw with your food.

Onions are found in a large number of recipes and preparations spanning almost the totality of the world's cultures. The whole plant is edible and is used as food in some form or the other. They are now available in fresh, frozen, canned, caramelized, pickled, powdered, chopped, and dehydrated forms. Onions can be used, usually chopped or sliced, in almost every type of food, including cooked foods and fresh salads and as a spicy garnish. In European cultures they are rarely eaten on their own, but usually act as accompaniment to the main course. Depending on the variety, an onion can be sharp, spicy, tangy, pungent, mild or sweet.

Onions are widely used in Iran, Afghanistan, India, and Pakistan, and are essential to daily life in the local cuisine. They are commonly used as a base for curries or made into a paste and eaten as a main course or as a side dish.

Onions pickled in vinegar are eaten as a snack. These are often served as a side serving in fish and chip shops throughout the United Kingdom and Australia, often served with cheese in the United Kingdom, and are referred to simply as "pickled onions" in Eastern Europe.

Onions are also used as an aromatic in cooking. In the classic mirepoix, onion is used along with celery and carrots to flavour stocks, soups, stews and sauces. In Cajun cuisine, the holy trinity is onions, celery and bell pepper.

Young plants may be harvested before bulbing occurs and used whole as scallions.

Onions have particularly large cells that are readily observed at low magnification; consequently, onion tissue is frequently used in science education for demonstrating microscope usage.

Date: 02.06.2011. Time: 22.00

Up to now eighteen people in Germany died of unknown reasons. Therefore we have to wash our hands several times a day. Please do not eat outside. The politician and the media never tell the truth.

Date: 03.06.2011. Time: 22.00

Please wash all  the fruits and vegetable before you eat them. 

Please wash you hands at least five time a day if you go out of your house.

Date: 04.06.2011. Time: 22.00

Poarch eggs are good for us.

Date: 05.06.2011. Time: 22.00

Pollution is distroying our planet

A note to the big and rich powers, who have distroyed the planet:

Volcano in North Europe and now in South America brought huge ashes to the areas and has caused lots of damages to our health as well as to our wealth. Also several big hurricanes in the North of America totally destroyed several big cities. Tsunami and the big earthquake in Japan made huge damages. The drought in most part of the world also has created many problems for the people. Many other natural disasters are a good sign and warring to us that we should stop polluting our planet. This is a serious matter it is not a joke.  

Date: 06.06.2011. Time: 22.00

Petrol prices have been going up every month

Petrol is very expensive in the U.K. In other part of the Europe petrol's prices are cheaper than it is in the U.K.

Date: 07.06.2011. Time: 22.00


Contaminated with anti-biotic drugs. Farmers give cows, sheep, goat and… lots of  feed which have so much hormones in them, therefore the milk and meat we get are not healthy consum.

Date: 08.06.2011. Time: 22.00

There are two types. One type is from Chine. The other type is from Korea. It is good for all.  

Date: 09.06.2011. Time: 22.00

In the near future there will be a war for drinking water not for OIL. 
Look how much rain we get in the entire world?

Date: 10.06.2011. Time: 22.00




 Babies and younger girls had their finger and toenails painted for free at a Beauty Salon in London. This Salon has been offering spray tans and facials for girls as young as one. It is based in Brentwood, Essex in rich living areas. The excuse is that the girls would get exude confidence, glamour and the desire to look her best at all times regardless of age.


SAALAD: We believe all these chemical substance would damage babies skin, and would expose them to unhealthy material which in a long term would cause lot of problems for these girls. To build up their confidence one can teach them what to eat or to drink to stay beautiful throughout their lives. Beauty means how to look after oneself in a long term"

Date: 11.06.2011. Time: 22.00
Do you know a bee has more than 3000 eyes?? We have only two.



Bees have three simple eyes and two compound eyes comprising several thousand eyes.

 Five, they are: COMPOUND EYE, honeybees have two compound eyes, each eye is made up of thousands of light sensitive cells which help the bee understand colour, light and directional information from the suns ultra violet rays. SIMPLE EYE, honeybees have three simple eyes that are arranged in a triangle on the head. The simple eyes are called "ocelli" they mostly help the bee determine the amount of light present.

9 Simple Ways to Keep Your Eyes Healthy

 Do you eyes feel tired and sore by the end of the day? Modern life puts a lot of stress on our bodies and eyes are among the first things to suffer. But it doesn't have to be this way. Learn simple things you can do for your eye health and your eyes will feel and look much better in only a few days.

1) Have your eyes checked every 12 month. Uncorrected vision problems can progress, and wearing corrective contact lenses or glasses that are no longer right for you can cause vision problems and severe headaches. If your contacts don't feel right in your eyes, it is probably time to visit an eye doctor, even if it hasn't been a year since your last visit.

2) Go for the best quality contact lenses. Not all contact lenses are equal. Some are safe for you, while others put you at risk of damaging your eyes.

3) In summer, always wear sunglasses

It is proven that UV rays can seriously damage your eyes, but good sunglasses can prevent this damage. When buying sunglasses, make sure that they block at least 98% of UV radiation. Contrary to popular belief, light sunglasses can block UV as well as very dark ones, even though dark glasses usually offer more protection against bright sunlight. By the way, did you know that you need sunglasses on cloudy days as well? Clouds might provide shade, but they are no barrier for UV light. Clouds are basically water, and water is UV-transparent.


Finally, remember that you would need sunglasses even if your contact lenses offer UV protection. Even a very high quality lens can only protect the area it covers, but the entire surface of your eye needs protection.

4) Eat what is good for you and your eyes. The good news is that there are no foods that would be harmful for your eyes. Most foods don't affect your eyesight at all, although the right vitamins and minerals are helpful. Recent studies have shown that vitamins of the antioxidant group can prevent, or at least slow down, age-related conditions like macular degeneration and the development of cataracts. So a healthy diet won't restore eyesight that is already lost, but it can definitely slow down the process of the disease, or prevent one from starting. Vitamins C, A and E, folic acid, selenium and zinc are definitely beneficial for the health of your eyes. The effects of the other vitamins and minerals aren't determined yet, but it seems likely that they affect your eyesight as well. Thousand-page books have been written on the topic of nutrition for eye health but, to summarize, it is known that whatever is good for your body is good for your eyes, too. So put a carrot and a bunch of grapes into your lunch box.

5) When you read or work on the computer make sure that the light is right. It is a common knowledge that working with poor light can cause eyestrain, but light that is too bright can do as much damage. Keep your blinds down on sunny days and switch off half of the household lights, if possible. The best lighting for working on the computer is a soft desk light, coming from the side. Also, you can try decreasing the brightness of your monitor. The colors won't be so vivid, but your eyes will feel much better by the end of the day

6) Give your eyes a health break. The great invention of the 20th century -- computers -- is not so great from the point of view of health. Almost everybody feels discomfort in their eyes after peering at a computer screen all day long. This is because people blink about 25% less often then usual, while working at the computer, which causes eye dryness. I won't advise you to blink more often -- it is almost impossible to control natural reflexes. One thing you can do, though, is close your eyes and count to 5 before opening them, whenever your computer decides to take its sweet time doing something. Another thing is to look away from the screen and focus on some faraway object, as often as possible. If you train yourself into the habit, your eyes should feel much better at the end of your working day.

7) If you wear contact lenses, take proper care of them. Contact lenses don't require a lot or fuss, but you can't neglect their cleanliness. Every time you put your lenses in or take them out, rinse them. You should also take care to change the solution, when you are putting your lenses to rest for the night.

8) Wear your contact lenses to the recommended schedule. Daily disposable lenses should be replaced daily, two weeks replacement lenses should be replaced every two weeks, and so on. Some people try to save money by wearing their lenses for much longer than is intended. This isn't a good idea. Even though the quality of the lens itself might not decline, protein build-up will make your vision less clear. Another thing to consider is that the longer you wear your lenses, the higher is your risk of eye infections. There are other ways to save on your contacts without risking your eye health. See suggestions on how to get discount contact lenses at). Try not to wear your contact lenses from 6 in the morning until midnight. Most lenses aren't designed to be worn for longer than 12 hours. If this doesn't suit your life style, though, try using extended wear lenses. You can wear Acuvue contacts for a week without removing them, or Focus Night and Day lenses for up to 30 days.

9) If you want to change the color of your eyes, choose only top quality color contact lenses. Color contact lenses are great fun. If you didn't try them yet, maybe you should. But only high quality color contacts, like Freshlook or Acuvue 2 Colors, are as safe and comfortable as they are beautiful. Many beauty salons, however, sell color contacts lenses of questionable quality, and these can do serious damage to your eyes. If you follow these simple rules, your eyes should feel much better. They will look better too -- you might notice that your eyes shine and their whites are actually white, again.


Date: 12.06.2011. Time: 22.00


We have been exposed to huge problems

Man has been unable to manage his own garbage. How will he be able to manage his own nuclear waste?  In the third world countries this pictures are self explanatory. A residential place has been ruined by burying huge garbage in the area. Poor people in the area did not know to whom to report and to complain....    

A residential place has been ruined entirely by burying huge garbage in the area where big number of family used to live.     


"We have not been informed by our own government whether they have been disposing the nuclear waste safe and sound.  Even if the government claim they do, we are not able to check it out."


Date: 13.06.2011. Time: 22.00

It is the time to relax.....

It is in USA .....

Date: 14.06.2011. Time: 22.00

How safe are we? What can we do to make the world safer for all?

Date: 15.06.2011. Time: 22.00

Please watch it tonight at 21.30 hours

Do not miss tonight’s total lunar eclipse

About half of the UK will have the opportunity to see a total lunar eclipse this evening (15 June) with the event expected to be the longest and most striking in a decade.  The eclipse will begin at 6.24pm (BST), but will be not be visible from the UK until sunset at roughly 9.13pm when the eclipse is predicted to reach its darkest phase or ‘totality’. Totality is the time when Earth's shadow completely covers the moon, which is expected to end at 10.03pm.  The moon is set to rise whilst in eclipse across Europe, Middle East, Africa, southern Asia and Australia turning from grey to an extraordinary blood-red. 

 But for the most spectacular views of the lunar phenomenon, British stargazers are urged to head to the south coast – looking southeast towards a clear horizon and across the sea.  Clear night skies allow the best views of the total lunar eclipse. However, the Met Office predicts that many southern areas will start off cloudy this evening. Unfortunately observers in the north of Scotland and north west Ireland will miss out as the moon will rise after totality has ended. On 1 June, Scots were treated to a partial eclipse of the moon whereas the rest of the UK didn’t get the chance to see it. According to NASA, the total phase itself will last 100 minutes. The last eclipse to exceed this duration was in July 2000.    Dr John Mason, a leading astronomer from the British Astronomical Association explained the eclipse: “Lunar eclipses occur when the Earth passes exactly between the Sun and the Moon preventing the Sun’s light from reaching the moon surface directly. The only illumination of the moon is by light refracted through the Earth’s atmosphere and under these conditions the moon becomes a red colour.” Unlike solar eclipses, lunar eclipses are perfectly safe to view without any special glasses or equipment.   All you need is your own two eyes.
Date: 16.06.2011. Time: 22.00

Date: 16.06.2011. Time: 22.00


Well-done Japanese people who after the big earthquake and a huge tsunami without speaking and giving a false promises rebuilt the damaged areas. You Japanese people deserve to be the best in the world. I do not care what your ancestors done before.  Today you are the best role model for other countries.

Date: 17.06.2011. Time: 22.00


Many people ware make up. They do not know what the make up ingredients are? Most of the materials are chemical which would damage the skin therefore one has to buy more.


SALAD:    “Any thing you apply to your skin you should be able to eat it if not do not apply to your skin, because it will damage your skin. Almond oil- olive oil and many healthy oil we can eat also can be applied to our skin.”     

Date: 18.06.2011. Time: 22.00

Ladies please at night before you go to bed clean out the make up you have been wearing during the day. Because these chemical (all make up are made up by chemicals if you done believe try to find out) substances; would damage your health in a long term.

Date: 19.06.2011. Time: 22.00




Civil servants, teachers and lecturers balloted to strike on 30 June against the Conservative & -Democrats s' attacks on public sector pensions and public services. The National Union of Teachers has voted 92% in favour of the action, while the Association of Teachers and Lecturers has voted 83% in favour of its first ever strike. London underground drivers in the RMT union are also due to take strike action on that day against victimization of trade union activists.

Chris Baugh, assistant general secretary of the PCS civil servants union, spoke in a personal capacity at the National Shop Stewards Network conference on 11 June. Here is an extract from his speech.

Date: 20.06.2011. Time: 22.00



Follow these tips to reduce the risk of food poisoning at home:

1. Wash your hands thoroughly with soap and hot water and dry them before handling food and after handling raw meat, going to the toilet, blowing your nose or touching animals (including pets).

2. Wash worktops before and after preparing food, particularly after they've been touched by raw meat, including poultry or raw eggs. You don’t need to use anti-bacterial sprays. Hot soapy water is fine.

3. Wash dishcloths and tea towels regularly and let them dry before you use them again. Dirty, damp cloths are the perfect place for bacteria to breed.

4. Use separate chopping boards for raw meat and for ready-to-eat food. Raw meat contains harmful bacteria that can spread very easily to anything it touches, including other foods, worktops, chopping boards and knives.

5. It's especially important to keep raw meat away from ready-to-eat foods such as salad, fruit and bread. This is because these foods won't be cooked before you eat them, so any bacteria that gets on to the foods won't be killed.

6. Always cover raw meat and store it on the bottom shelf of the fridge where it can't touch other foods or drip on to them.

7. Cook food thoroughly and check that it’s piping hot all the way through. Make sure poultry, pork, burgers, sausages and kebabs are cooked until steaming hot, with no pink meat inside.

8. Keep your fridge temperature between 0C and 5C. By keeping food cold, you stop food poisoning bugs growing.

9. If you have cooked food that you're not going to eat straight away, cool it as quickly as possible (within 90 minutes) and store it in the fridge or freezer. Use any leftovers from the fridge within two days.

10. Don’t eat food that's past its "use by" date label. These are based on scientific tests that show how quickly harmful bugs can develop in the packaged food.

Date: 21.06.2011. Time: 22.00



A fungus (pronounced or funguses is a member of a large group of eukaryotic organisms that includes microorganisms such as yeasts and moulds (British English: moulds), as well as the more familiar mushrooms. These organisms are classified as a kingdom, Fungi, which; is separate from plants, animals, and bacteria. One major difference is that fungal cells have cell walls that contain chitin, unlike the cell walls of plants, which contain cellulose. These and other differences show that the fungi form a single group of related organisms, named the Eumycota (true fungi or Eumycetes), that share a common ancestor (a monophyletic group). This fungal group is distinct from the structurally similar myxomycetes (slime moulds) and oomycetes (water moulds). The discipline of biology devoted to the study of fungi is known as mycology, which is often regarded as a branch of botany, even though genetic studies have shown that fungi are more closely related to animals than to plants.
Abundant worldwide, most fungi are inconspicuous because of the small size of their structures, and their cryptic lifestyles in soil, on dead matter, and as symbionts of plants, animals, or other fungi. They may become noticeable when fruiting, either as mushrooms or moulds. Fungi perform an essential role in the decomposition of organic matter and have fundamental roles in nutrient cycling and exchange. They have long been used as a direct source of food, such as mushrooms and truffles, as a leavening agent for bread, and in fermentation of various food products, such as wine, beer, and soy sauce. Since the 1940s, fungi have been used for the production of antibiotics, and, more recently, various enzymes produced by fungi are used industrially and in detergents. Fungi are also used as biological pesticides to control weeds, plant diseases and insect pests. Many species produce bioactive compounds called mycotoxins, such as alkaloids and polyketides, that are toxic to animals including humans. The fruiting structures of a few species contain psychotropic compounds and are consumed recreationally or in traditional spiritual ceremonies. Fungi can break down manufactured materials and buildings, and become significant pathogens of humans and other animals. Losses of crops due to fungal diseases (e.g. rice blast disease) or food spoilage can have a large impact on human food supplies and local economies.
The fungus kingdom encompasses an enormous diversity of taxa with varied ecologies, life cycle strategies, and morphologies ranging from single-celled aquatic chytrids to large mushrooms. However, little is known of the true biodiversity of Kingdom Fungi, which has been estimated at around 1.5 million species, with about 5% of these having been formally classified. Ever since the pioneering 18th and 19th century taxonomical works of Carl Linnaeus, Christian Hendrik Persoon, and Elias Magnus Fries, fungi have been classified according to their morphology (e.g., characteristics such as spore colour or microscopic features) or physiology. Advances in molecular genetics have opened the way for DNA analysis to be incorporated into taxonomy, which has sometimes challenged the historical groupings based on morphology and other traits. Phylogenetic studies published in the last decade have helped reshape the classification of Kingdom Fungi, which is divided into one subkingdom, seven phyla, and ten subphyla.

Date: 22.06.2011. Time: 22.00
Life is difficult in London. Prices have been going up every day....

Date: 23.06.2011. Time: 22.00
Hang on

He died at the age of 83. His rain coat is fantastic, he had it and worn it for a half century. Peter Falk was a good actor.

Date: 24.06.2011. Time: 22.00

He has built up a firm house for his family

Date: 25.06.2011. Time: 22.00

Art- It is being made of various things ....

Date: 26.06.2011. Time: 22.00

Are you over weigh?

Try to reduce weight by eating a right food, and do a right activities...

Date: 27.06.2011. Time: 22.00

Air pollution is killing children and elderly people. 

Date: 28.06.2011. Time: 22.00

Smoking is bad for you. You are damaging the baby's life

Date: 29.06.2011. Time: 22.00

Date: 30.06.2011. Time: 22.00

It is going on