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    • #3043535

      Custom List: Games I like most

      by karthi4india ·

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      Games I like most

      • Counter Strike: Condition Zero’s single player Deleted Scenes campaign basicallyis "your story" when you play it. You are a part of a Counter-Terrorist organization, their job obviously is to destroy Terrorism.
      • Need for Speed,Hot pursuit 2: NFS Hot Pursuit 2 houses a stable of exclusive, exotic cars fromthe world’s most coveted licensors including Ferrari, Porsche, and Lamborghini.
      • Quake III Arena: Untold centuries ago the Vadrigar,constructed the Arena Eternal.As such, they have stocked the arena with the greatest warriors of all time.As a gladiator,we must not only survive,but also win each and every battle against ever more powerful opponents.
      • Half Life 2: It’s time for you to once again take up your submachine gun andtake out all the foes threatening humanity.

    • #3043536

      Custom List: My Projects

      by karthi4india ·

      In reply to SKarthik.info

      My Projects

      • The Boeing Company: This project,I was working mostly on the designing of the webservices as an Integration platform for Ramco & I went to Boeing Company,Seattle for Installation & Support.I was awarded Pride@Boeing,awarding excellence.
      • PHI Helicopters Inc.,: This project,I was involved from presales demo to post go-live support.This implementation was well planned & executed,it is a great success for Ramco.This project is in second phase now.

    • #3043530

      Custom List: My Favorites

      by karthi4india ·

      In reply to SKarthik.info

      My Favorites

      • Gmail: The one and only Gmail
      • Wikipedia: The free encyclopedia
      • News: Google News
      • LinuxISO.org: It lists down all the popular Linux distributiions & their ISO images for download
      • TheServerSide.com: Best site for Java peoples,has lot of tech articles,reviews & free book downloads
      • Incredible !ndia: Nodal agency for the development and promotion of Tourism in India
      • DBASupport.com: Oracle DBA Support – has good articles,how-to’s etc.,
      • ONJava.com: Java articles
      • Oracle Base: Another good site for Oracle articles
      • Oracle FAQ: Oracle FAQ’s

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    • #3043533

      Music List: IIlaiyaraaja’s – Thiruvasagam

      by karthi4india ·

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    • #3043525

      Custom List: My Technorati Profile

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    • #3043526

      Custom List: My Other Site

      by karthi4india ·

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      My Other Site

      • Karthi.net: Collection of useful tools,articles & resources

    • #3043527

      Photo Album: New Orleans Trip

      by karthi4india ·

      In reply to SKarthik.info

      New Orleans Trip


      Some building @ New Orleans

      Sheraton Towers

      Sheraton Towers

      Audubon Aquarium

      Star Fish @ Audubon Aquarium

      Jelly Fish,Audubon Aquarium

      Is it BMW near me ?

    • #3043528

      Photo Album: Ooty Snaps

      by karthi4india ·

      In reply to SKarthik.info

      Ooty Snaps


      Madan,Stephen,Me & Sridhar

      Madan,Ganesh babu, Stephen & Me

      On the way back to Chennai,so tired 🙁

    • #3043529

      Photo Album: Madurai,Palani Snaps

      by karthi4india ·

      In reply to SKarthik.info

      Madurai,Palani Snaps


      Meenakshi Amman Temple

      Meenakshi Amman Temple-Inside View

      Meenakshi Amman Temple-Inside View

      My Mom & Dad at Meenakshi Amman Temple

      Me & my brother at Meenakshi Amman Temple

      Saravana poigai at Palani Murugan Temple

      View from Rope Car

      Palani Murugan Temple

    • #3043520

      Photo Album: Singapore snaps

      by karthi4india ·

      In reply to SKarthik.info

      Singapore snaps


      Night View of Singapore from my hotel

      Morning View of Singapore from my hotel

      Boat Ride Singapore

      Me @ Singapore River Walk

      Me & My Father

    • #3043521

      Photo Album: Lafayette Photos

      by karthi4india ·

      In reply to SKarthik.info

      Lafayette Photos


      Naresh,Joseph & Me

      Joseph,Me & Guna

      Me Infront of Nissan Car

      NASA,Houston Space centre

      Me at NASA,Houston Space centre

      NASA,Houston Space centre

      Sandesh Family at NASA

      NASA,Houston Space centre

      NASA Trip,Houston Space centre

      Me at my apartment backside

      More Photos…

    • #3043522

      Photo Album: Boeing Snaps

      by karthi4india ·

      In reply to SKarthik.info

      Boeing Snaps


      Me at Seattle

      Me,Aravind & Shurthi at Boeing,Seattle

      Me,Guna & Shurthi at Boeing,Seattle

      NS,Me,Suresh Patel,Aravind Balaji,Shurthi ,Upali at my Apartment

      Boeing Farewell @ zoopa restaurant

      Boeing Farewell @ zoopa restaurant

      Untitled Photo

    • #3043523

      Photo Album: Kumbakonam Trip

      by karthi4india ·

      In reply to SKarthik.info

      Kumbakonam Trip


      Thirunageswaram

      Thirunageswaram

      Thirunageswaram

      Thirunageswaram

      Thirunageswaram

      Thirunageswaram

      Upillippan Koil

      Upillippan Koil

      Upillippan Koil

      Upillippan Koil

      More Photos…

    • #3043524

      Photo Album: My First’s

      by karthi4india ·

      In reply to SKarthik.info

      My First’s


      My First Photo with my Olympus Camera

      My First Dish,Onion Sambar

      This my mom,My First Photo with T610’s camera

    • #3043519

      Photo Album: My Favorites

      by karthi4india ·

      In reply to SKarthik.info

      My Favorites


      My Father – Sleeping nicely

      My Mom – watching some TV serial

      Thirubhuvanam Temple @ late evening

      Chandran Kovil @ early morning

      AlanKudi-I liked this pic v much

      Park Sheraton Towers,New Orleans

      Busy Singapore @ early morning

      Tabasco welcomes u

      Look n to water?

      Was it alligator ?

      More Photos…

    • #3043515

      Photo Album: Mamallapuram

      by karthi4india ·

      In reply to SKarthik.info

      Mamallapuram


      Saibaba Temple

      Saibaba Temple

      My mom & dad @ Saibaba Temple

      Jegannath Temple

      Jegannath Temple

      Jegannath Temple

      Jegannath Temple

      Lotus tank @ Jegannath Temple

      Thiruvidanthai

      Mamallapuram

      More Photos…

    • #3043516

      Photo Album: My Trip-Part 1

      by karthi4india ·

      In reply to SKarthik.info

      My Trip-Part 1


      My Father @ My Grandma’s house

      My Mom @ My Grandma’s house

      My Brother & Mom @ My Grandma’s house

      My Grandma’s house

      My Grandma’s house

      Some Hill near My Grandma’s house

      Me @ My Grandma’s house

      Thiruvannamalai

      Thiruvannamalai

      Thiruvannamalai

      More Photos…

    • #3043517

      Photo Album: My Trip-Part 2

      by karthi4india ·

      In reply to SKarthik.info

      My Trip-Part 2


      Karkadeswrar Temple,Kumbakonam

      Rishba sthalam,Kumbakonam

      Rishba sthalam,Kumbakonam

      Rishba sthalam,Kumbakonam

      Sun Dial – Rishba sthalam,Kumbakonam

      Rishba sthalam,Kumbakonam

      Suryanarayanar Temple,Kumbakonam

      Suryanarayanar Temple,Kumbakonam

      Greenish Kumbakonam

      Thirumananchery,Kumbakonam

      More Photos…

    • #3043518

      Photo Album: Katrina Images

      by karthi4india ·

      In reply to SKarthik.info

      Katrina Images


      Boothville trailers

      Boothville1

      Boothville2

      Buras1

      Buras2

      Buras3

      Buras4

      Buras5

      Buras6

      Buras7

      More Photos…

    • #3043510

      ‘Mobile tickets’ – Rahman concert

      by karthi4india ·

      In reply to SKarthik.info

      For the AR Rahman concert in Bangalore on October 8, as hundreds of people will be clutching their precious paper entry tickets, others will head to a high-tech point and get their mobile phones scanned for entry.
       
      Yes that’s right,its mobile ticket.Here’s how it works :
      • Call 9844100777 ,where you’ll get an interactive voice response, which will tell you of your choice of seats with other details.
      • When you choose your option, you’ll get a picture message which will have a barcode and other ticket details. Now this picture message will itself act as the ticket.
      • Then you’ve to go to the Spice website within 48 hours and pay the amount with your credit card.
      • On the day of the show, you simply have to go and get your phone scanned. Simple.

      So easy & innovative,More details : http://www.ciol.com/content/news/2005/105100705.asp?nl=2_21711_Oct7

       
       

    • #3043511

      Internet connectivity over electric power lines

      by karthi4india ·

      In reply to SKarthik.info

      So Crazy isn’t ? Chipmaker Intel Corp is planning to start the trial of providing Internet connectivity over electric power lines after it had addressed technical problems.(what technical problems,is the comp gets burned after connecting…)
       

    • #3043512

      Dobi Inter AG Project is live

      by karthi4india ·

      In reply to SKarthik.info

      We,Ramcoites take pleasure in announcing that the Retail Management Solution developed by Ramco for Dobi went live successfully on 1st October 2005.

      About Dobi- Inter AG

      Dobi- Inter AG is based in Suhr (HO), Switzerland, with regional offices located at Zurich and Lausanne. The company is a leading retailer of beauty products. Their product range includes hair care products, accessories for saloons, fashion products, cosmetics and a school for hair fashion.

    • #3043513

      Its raining

      by karthi4india ·

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    • #3043514

      Is it new ?

      by karthi4india ·

      In reply to SKarthik.info

      While I was checking the stats of this blog,there were 2 new hits

       

      One was from Clusty – The clustering engine : (from the site) Uses award-winning Clustering Engine to organize search results into folders grouping similar items together.

      And other one from MSN Spaces,but it was from Mobile Spaces(when did MSN started this service ?) http://mobile.spaces.msn.com/

       

      I haven’t heared it before,is these are new search service ?

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    • #3043507

      Yamaha’s Gadget

      by karthi4india ·

      In reply to SKarthik.info

      The Yamaha Gen-RYU hybrid motorcycle: YZF-R6 600cc engine with a high output, high efficiency electric motor with some fat wheels and that long wheelbase and you?ve got a machine said to perform and handle like a ?1,000cc class machine.?
       
      Not a gadget
       

    • #3043508

      A SECURE DRIVE FOR MARUTI

      by karthi4india ·

      In reply to SKarthik.info

      We,Ramcoites are happy to announce a significant order win from Maruti Udyog Limited(MUL),a subsidiary of Suzuki, Japan for providing a comprehensive information security solution for their Internet Infrastructure at Gurgaon.
       
      Maruti views information security as a critical necessity. Ramco was chosen over HP ( MUL’s existing IT provider) on the strength of its specialized focus on Information Security and proven track record in securing mission critical infrastructure.
       
      About Maruti Udyog Limited
       
      Maruti Udyog Limited, a subsidiary of Suzuki Motor Corporation of Japan, has been the leader of the Indian car market for about two decades. Its manufacturing plant, located some 25 km south of New Delhi in Gurgaon, has an installed capacity of 3,50,000 units per annum, with a capability to produce about half a million vehicles. It was adjudged No.1 for Customer Satisfaction in the JD Power Survey 2004
       
      The company’s quality systems and practices have been rated as a "benchmark for the automotive industry world-wide" by A V Belgium. It is listed on the Bombay Stock Exchange and National Stock Exchange.

    • #3043509

      SonyEricsson’s W900

      by karthi4india ·

      In reply to SKarthik.info

      SonyEricsson has launched its first 3G tune-centric Walkman phone in the form of the W900.
       
      • The W900 features a simple drag and drop system to grab music from a PC and load it on the phone. Its support for UMTS 3G networks also means that over-the-air downloads should be just as nippy.
      • It has 470MB of internal memory, with a slot for Memory Stick cards if needed, which should hold as many as 240 songs.Supported formats such as AAC, MP3, MIDI, WAV and XMF, Microsoft’s WMA is noticeably absent. Music is also put centre-stage in the design, with physical buttons to give direct access to the music functions.
      • On the software side, alongside the Walkman music player, you’ll find Adobe Photoshop Starter Edition, Apple QuickTime and software for hooking up to a PC. It also boasts a Java platform so you can download the latest games.
      • It supports SMS and MMS messages, instant messaging and push email. It includes Bluetooth and infra-red wireless connectivity, plus connections to 2100MHz GSM UMTS networks, and 900/1800/1900MHz GSM GPRS networks.

       

    • #3043502

      Good bottomline is the key: Murthy

      by karthi4india ·

      In reply to SKarthik.info

      N R Narayana Murthy, Chief Mentor, Chairman of the Board, discusses the future of IT services in India, trends, importance of ‘productising’ services and the future of small and medium IT companies in the country.
       

    • #3043503

      Prowe’s Blog

      by karthi4india ·

      In reply to SKarthik.info

      Praveen (aka Prowe) my colleague @ Ramco,works as a Presales business consultant (Aviation) talks about *Punctuation*
       

    • #3043504

      Canara Bank | RedHat Deal

      by karthi4india ·

      In reply to SKarthik.info

      Red Hat, Inc., today announced that Canara Bank had stopped at Red Hat Enterprise Linux as its platform of choice to automate more than 1,000 branches across the country.
       
       
      While other banks go in for Infosys (Finacle – Banking Software) & Wipro (for Hardware),this is BOLD deal as part of Canara bank.

    • #3043505

      Ramco | Sabre

      by karthi4india ·

      In reply to SKarthik.info

    • #3043497

      Cisco announces $1.1b investment initiative

      by karthi4india ·

      In reply to SKarthik.info

      Cisco announces $1.1b investment initiative
       
      • Cisco Systems, maker of Internet equipment, has announced an investment initiative totaling $1.1 billion in India. Cisco Systems president and CEO John Chambers announced this on the first day of his three-day visit to India. This is the largest business investment of Cisco outside of the US.
      • In addition to this, Cisco will set up an IP-based Next Generation Network (NGN) lab with Bharat Sanchar Nigam Ltd (BSNL) in Chennai. The lab will support BSNL’s telecom network evolution by providing an environment to test services before rolling out on the actual network. To support these two initiatives, Cisco will invest a company $10 million.
      • Cisco will also support the government’s initiative of establishing ?Common Service Centers? (CSC) in villages in India. The company would provide networking equipment necessary to build networking infrastructure for up to 100 villages.

    • #3043498

      Babies for sale

      by karthi4india ·

      In reply to SKarthik.info

      China auction Web site offers babies for sale
       

      The ads were posted on the EachNet site on Sunday, promising babies under 100 days old from the impoverished central province of Henan at prices of 28,000 yuan ($3,500) for boys and 13,000 yuan for girls.

    • #3043499

      Traveling to USA

      by karthi4india ·

      In reply to SKarthik.info

      Im going back to Peteroleum Helicopters Inc., again(was already there from Jan 2004-Dec 2004),which is located at Lafayette,Louisiana.
       
      Going there for implementation support,my VISA interview is on 26th October & if there are no issues,I will be travelling to US on November 1st Week.

    • #3043500

      Flock

      by karthi4india ·

      In reply to SKarthik.info

      Got Flock invitation today,so here’s first look :
       
      Flock – What it is  ?
       
      Flock is browser based on the open source Mozilla code base plus some more enhancements on storage of favorites & history management etc.,for the list of features visit http://www.flock.com
       
      Getting started with Flock
      • Download & Installation is simple (like firefox)
      • If you have del.ico.us account,then it is simple to add & share your bookmarks online.Good thing is,you can tag your bookmarks,so that it builds a community around it.
      • Then there is a History search built in.
      • There is also a blog editor in built with in Flock & one more cool thing is a scrapbook called ‘Shelf’ where you can add your text snippets,images,urls etc., which you can use it later while you blog.

      Wait,there’s more you can do with Flock,checkout http://www.flock.com/fiveways/togetstarted/13.php

    • #3043501

      South Eastern Coalfields Order win

      by karthi4india ·

      In reply to SKarthik.info

      We are happy to share with you a significant order win from South Eastern Coalfields Limited.
       
      About SECL
       
      South Eastern Coalfields Limited is the largest coal producing company in the country. It is one of the eight subsidiaries of Coal India Limited (A Govt. of India Undertaking) under the Ministry of Coal. The company was adjudged the best PSU in the country for 97-98; awarded the Jawaharlal Nehru Memorial National Award for pollution control and energy conservation in the year 2003 and Excellence award in 2004.

    • #3044340

      Chennai Heavy Rains

      by karthi4india ·

      In reply to SKarthik.info

      Heavy Rains stuck this morning @ Chennai

    • #3115147

      Diwali Wishes

      by karthi4india ·

      In reply to SKarthik.info

      May this Diwali brings you & your family Happiness & Wellbeing

    • #3114385

      Oracle to offer free database

      by karthi4india ·

      In reply to SKarthik.info

      Oracle intends to release a free version of its database, a reaction to the growing competitive pressure from low-end open-source databases.
       
      • Oracle is expected to announce the beta release of Oracle 10g Express Edition (Oracle Database XE), which will be generally available by the end of the year. It is targeted at students, small organizations and software vendors that could embed the Oracle database with an application.
      • The latest edition is the same as other databases in Oracle’s lineup but is limited in usage. It can only run servers with one processor, with 4GB of disk memory and 1GB of memory.

    • #3114383

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    • #3114384

      PHI Completes 1 Year with Ramco

      by karthi4india ·

      In reply to SKarthik.info

      Tomorrow i.e., Nov 1st,PHI is completeing its One Year on Ramco Aviation Solutions,with this success we are looking ahead for more customers like PHI.
       
      With this xperiance,we are sure that we can execute more & more projects like PHI.
       
       

       

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    • #3116396

      US Visa

      by karthi4india ·

      In reply to SKarthik.info

      Went to US Consulate this morning (for the second time,yes first time on Oct 26th-my HR has missed out a DD) at 10:00am,came out at about 12:45pm(phew..phew..I was standing all over)
       
      On interview,the officer dint even ask anything.Before to me,there were 2 refusals (I guess they were on H1,officer took around 1/2hr doing a research on the firm stated in petition) I went in,he just collected all the documents & then told me to pay the DD at the cash counter
       
      Hurray!Over,Im all set for travel!

    • #3116394

      Microsoft is Live!

      by karthi4india ·

      In reply to SKarthik.info

      Microsoft Corp. unveiled a new strategy Tuesday to move software and services online
       
       
      • With a new Web site called "Windows Live," Microsoft hopes to create a new platform that will unfasten some of its applications from computer hard drives.
      • The site, available at http://www.live.com, repackages some of the features Microsoft already offers at its heavily trafficked MSN.com, adds more customization tools and makes it easier to view the same products and services at any time from any place — whether it be a home computer or a mobile phone in a shopping mall.
      • A new version of Microsoft’s MSN Messenger instant-messaging product will include functions such as improved ability to make computer-to-computer phone calls and the option of calling cell phones and traditional land lines for a fee. Trial version due out later this year.
      • A Web-based way to store bookmarks for your favorite Web pages, for easy access when you aren’t at your computer. Trial version available now through http://ideas.live.com.
      • A set of Internet-based services targeted to businesses with under 10 employees that aims to complement existing Office software such as Outlook and Excel. One early piece of this system will be Office Live Basics, a free, ad-supported service for easily setting up a Web site and Web-based e-mail accounts. 
       

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    • #3117057

      Travel Preparations

      by karthi4india ·

      In reply to SKarthik.info

      I might travel next week to US,getting prepared myself (for the long journey!)
       
      Last week was full of eye testing(@ AG Ramesh Hospital,Adyar) oooof,he did multiple testing to verify the results & finally got the prescription yesterday.Today went for Arsito opticals,Adyar for new glasses,bought a new POLICE glasses,costed around 3600/- for just frame(!) & another 1000/- for plastic high index glasses.
       
      And also bought a new shoe,huh..somewhat shopping over.

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    • #3135703

      My Video from Seattle Space Needle

      by karthi4india ·

      In reply to SKarthik.info

      I have just uploaded my old video which I took in Seattle’s Space Needle,edited using Windows Movie Maker.
       
      It was a very nice moment,on few days back only I have got this camcorder & I played on controls (more places you cud see zoom in,out :-p)
       
      Check it out,at the left pane!
       
      BGM of the video is from film Anniyan (Music by: Harris Jayaraj | Sung by:Sunitha Sarathi, Chennai Chorale)

       

    • #3135701

      RFID Article

      by karthi4india ·

      In reply to SKarthik.info

    • #3135702

      New Name for Microsoft AntiSpyware

      by karthi4india ·

      In reply to SKarthik.info

      Microsoft Corp. has a new name for its anti-spyware program.
       
      • Late last week, the company announced that it would begin using the name "Windows Defender" for the anti-spyware program that it plans to offer as part of its flagship PC operating system.
      • That was when the law firm contacted Lyttle on Microsoft’s behalf, Evans said. Under trademark law, companies need to pursue cases of trademark infringement as part of the process of ensuring that their marks are protected.

    • #3135700

      SQL Server 2005 Launched

      by karthi4india ·

      In reply to SKarthik.info

      Microsoft has finally unveiled SQL Server 2005, the new version of its enterprise-scale database system, and Visual Studio 2005, its flagship software development suite.
       
      • The long-awaited releases signal a new Microsoft assault on the enterprise market, with the company battling on price, and hoping its built-in analysis and reporting tools represent an attractive, and more affordable, alternative to specialised business intelligence applications.
      • It is a move to cut-off further advances from the open source MySQL, a part of LAMP (Linux, Apache, MySQL, PHP / Perl / Python), the open source enterprise software stack. Microsoft executives, however, denied it was a serious rival compared to Oracle offerings.
      • Described as the biggest launch in Microsoft history a number of events will be rolled out across 89 countries.

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      Slide Beta Rocks!

      by karthi4india ·

      In reply to SKarthik.info

      I came across this cool app on photo sharing which resembles Flickr & Picasa but it has lots & lots of features & everything is made easy.It is called as Slide!
       
      What is Slide ?
      Slide is a free downloadable desktop program that indexes photos on your hard drive, automatically groups them into intuitive channels, and plays them back via a unique always-on ticker interface.
      Shortlist of features:
      • With just one click members can choose to share any photo or invite both registered and unregistered friends and family to subscribe to entire channels of photos.
      • Subscribes you to a few -public- channels from that friend (if he had any)
      • The slide can also be published on any web page like I did it in http://www.karthi.net/about.html

      More list available on http://www.slide.com/static/howworks

       

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      New worm targets Linux systems

      by karthi4india ·

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      A new worm that propagates by exploiting security vulnerabilities in Web server software is attacking Linux systems, antivirus companies warned on Monday.
       
      • Worm spreads by exploiting Web servers that host susceptible scripts at specific locations, according to antivirus software maker McAfee, which has named the worm "Lupper."
      • Lupper blindly attacks Web servers, installing and executing a copy of the worm when a vulnerable server is found
      • A backdoor is installed on infected servers, giving the attacker remote control over the system. The server joins a network of compromised systems, which can be used for example, in attacks against other computers.

      Here’s the Symantec Report : http://www.symantec.com/avcenter/venc/data/linux.plupii.html where you can find more details.

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      Browsing from Chennai Airport

      by karthi4india ·

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      I’m browsing from Chennai Airport,thanks WiFi!
       
      Chennai airport has 2 free wifi connections 1.BSNL & 2.TataIndicom both rocks @ speeds 6.0mbps.

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      Reached USA

      by karthi4india ·

      In reply to SKarthik.info

      Finally after 2 longhaul flights(one was from Chennai to Frankfurt & other one from Frankfurt to Houston) I have reached Lafayette,USA.
       
      Here’s short snap of my travel
      • Started from my house on 09:15pm friday,reached 09:40pm Chennai airport & then checked in at 10:30pm(weird!even the ticket counter guy asked so many questions like which company you are working ? do you have company id etc.,)
      • Since my luggages have exceeded the norms,but since my colleague (yogeswaran) is travelling with me,ticket counter guy told the total weight is under acceptable range (huh..)
      • Then immigration,customs no probs..everything over at 11:30pm,flight was at only 1:50am(Lufthansa-Frankfurt LH 759),generally roamed/chatted
      • Boarding started & we (me & my colleague) got the middle seats (B747-400 Carrier),we never know it would be so horrible.finally landed at Frankfurt at morning 7:15am (it was 8c cold there )[completed 10hrs flight]
      • Completed security check,then went to Terminal B for next flight to Houston.It was at 9:35am,got boarded & now also middle seats (ah…ahh)it was a A340-400,again a horrible flight xperiance.Luckily while booking the ticket,my company guys have booked as AVM meals.
      • Finally landed at Houston on afternoon 3:00pm (after 11hr flight).As expected,long immigration Q,but completed withot hazzle(no questions,officer adviced not to work hard :-p do i look like that ?!)
      • My colleague had some issues,he had undergo again another check,so waited for hime & then finally he came out at around 04:00pm
      • Rechecked in the baggage (luckily the baggage,came withot damage),finally after 2hrs at around 06:35pm took off from Houston & landed at Lafayette on 07:15pm
      • My colleagues (Mohan my PM & Samuel,Functional Consultant) have came to pick up,got to the same apartment #604 where I was living last year.
      Huh..so tired,had a nice sleep & have started blogging from Lafayette,USA

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      First Day @ PHI

      by karthi4india ·

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      Y’day was my first day at PHI office,everyone was happy on my arrival.I was amazed when some of them told,we are missing your expertise(!)
       
      Most of the time went in meeting people & n getting access to PHI network etc.,Im all set today,starting the work.

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      Busy Week

      by karthi4india ·

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      Last week & yesterday was especially ‘busy’ for me.Last week,I had took time to settle down in my old apartment(already it is occupied by 2 people,due to Katrina there are no apartments/hotels left-so Im staying with other people,otherwise I would have got a new apartment)
       
      Other thing is Im getting prepared for the ‘driving on the road’,last week was full of drive in & around lafayette & then on saturday we went to Baton Rouge(capital of lousiana) went to I-90 highway,it was a very nice to drive on the highway.Had good food at India’s restaurant & then went around a factory outlet in Gonzalez,got a Nautica TShirt
       
      Yesterday was a big day,we rolled in a biggest upgrade to Ramco applications which is installed at PHI,Lafayette.Intially had a glitch & then managed to get up the application running on at around 2am(there was a delay of 2hours!)

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      Dr. Einstein?s Brain

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      Dr. Albert Einstein died on April 18, 1955 at Princeton Hospital in Trenton, New Jersey. In accordance with his wishes, he was cremated without ceremony on the same day, and his ashes scattered at an undisclosed location. But the body that arrived at the cremation oven was not quite complete? it was lacking its brain.
       
      • The researchers found that Einstein?s brain was 15% wider than average, due to the fact that the inferior parietal regions on both hemispheres were much more developed than most. This would have given Einstein some powerful visualization skills, given that these regions of the brain are largely responsible for visuospatial cognition, mathematical thought, and imagery of movement.
      • They also found that Einstein?s brain lacked the groove which usually runs through part of this area, which suggests that the neurons might have been able to work together more easily given their proximity.

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      Dr. Einstein?s Brain

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      Dr. Albert Einstein died on April 18, 1955 at Princeton Hospital in Trenton, New Jersey. In accordance with his wishes, he was cremated without ceremony on the same day, and his ashes scattered at an undisclosed location. But the body that arrived at the cremation oven was not quite complete? it was lacking its brain.
       
      • The researchers found that Einstein?s brain was 15% wider than average, due to the fact that the inferior parietal regions on both hemispheres were much more developed than most. This would have given Einstein some powerful visualization skills, given that these regions of the brain are largely responsible for visuospatial cognition, mathematical thought, and imagery of movement.
      • They also found that Einstein?s brain lacked the groove which usually runs through part of this area, which suggests that the neurons might have been able to work together more easily given their proximity.

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      Dr. Einstein?s Brain

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      Dr. Albert Einstein died on April 18, 1955 at Princeton Hospital in Trenton, New Jersey. In accordance with his wishes, he was cremated without ceremony on the same day, and his ashes scattered at an undisclosed location. But the body that arrived at the cremation oven was not quite complete? it was lacking its brain.
       
      • The researchers found that Einstein?s brain was 15% wider than average, due to the fact that the inferior parietal regions on both hemispheres were much more developed than most. This would have given Einstein some powerful visualization skills, given that these regions of the brain are largely responsible for visuospatial cognition, mathematical thought, and imagery of movement.
      • They also found that Einstein?s brain lacked the groove which usually runs through part of this area, which suggests that the neurons might have been able to work together more easily given their proximity.

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      Dr. Einstein?s Brain

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      Dr. Albert Einstein died on April 18, 1955 at Princeton Hospital in Trenton, New Jersey. In accordance with his wishes, he was cremated without ceremony on the same day, and his ashes scattered at an undisclosed location. But the body that arrived at the cremation oven was not quite complete? it was lacking its brain.
       
      • The researchers found that Einstein?s brain was 15% wider than average, due to the fact that the inferior parietal regions on both hemispheres were much more developed than most. This would have given Einstein some powerful visualization skills, given that these regions of the brain are largely responsible for visuospatial cognition, mathematical thought, and imagery of movement.
      • They also found that Einstein?s brain lacked the groove which usually runs through part of this area, which suggests that the neurons might have been able to work together more easily given their proximity.

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      Dr. Einstein?s Brain

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      In reply to SKarthik.info

      Dr. Albert Einstein died on April 18, 1955 at Princeton Hospital in Trenton, New Jersey. In accordance with his wishes, he was cremated without ceremony on the same day, and his ashes scattered at an undisclosed location. But the body that arrived at the cremation oven was not quite complete? it was lacking its brain.
       
      • The researchers found that Einstein?s brain was 15% wider than average, due to the fact that the inferior parietal regions on both hemispheres were much more developed than most. This would have given Einstein some powerful visualization skills, given that these regions of the brain are largely responsible for visuospatial cognition, mathematical thought, and imagery of movement.
      • They also found that Einstein?s brain lacked the groove which usually runs through part of this area, which suggests that the neurons might have been able to work together more easily given their proximity.

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      Dr. Einstein?s Brain

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      In reply to SKarthik.info

      Dr. Albert Einstein died on April 18, 1955 at Princeton Hospital in Trenton, New Jersey. In accordance with his wishes, he was cremated without ceremony on the same day, and his ashes scattered at an undisclosed location. But the body that arrived at the cremation oven was not quite complete? it was lacking its brain.
       
      • The researchers found that Einstein?s brain was 15% wider than average, due to the fact that the inferior parietal regions on both hemispheres were much more developed than most. This would have given Einstein some powerful visualization skills, given that these regions of the brain are largely responsible for visuospatial cognition, mathematical thought, and imagery of movement.
      • They also found that Einstein?s brain lacked the groove which usually runs through part of this area, which suggests that the neurons might have been able to work together more easily given their proximity.

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      Dr. Einstein?s Brain

      by karthi4india ·

      In reply to SKarthik.info

      Dr. Albert Einstein died on April 18, 1955 at Princeton Hospital in Trenton, New Jersey. In accordance with his wishes, he was cremated without ceremony on the same day, and his ashes scattered at an undisclosed location. But the body that arrived at the cremation oven was not quite complete? it was lacking its brain.
       
      • The researchers found that Einstein?s brain was 15% wider than average, due to the fact that the inferior parietal regions on both hemispheres were much more developed than most. This would have given Einstein some powerful visualization skills, given that these regions of the brain are largely responsible for visuospatial cognition, mathematical thought, and imagery of movement.
      • They also found that Einstein?s brain lacked the groove which usually runs through part of this area, which suggests that the neurons might have been able to work together more easily given their proximity.

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      Thanksgiving Lunch

      by karthi4india ·

      In reply to SKarthik.info

      Tomorrow we(the Ramco group) are invited for a Thanksgiving lunch at Thirumal’s house.
       
      Thirumal is our colleague who was working with Ramco earlier & now he has been inducted to PHI in last October,he settled here @ Lafayette,LA
       
      Thanksgiving, or Thanksgiving Day, is an annual holiday observed in the United States and Canada. The most common view of its origin is that it was to give thanks to (the Judeo-Christian) God for the bounty of the autumn harvest. In the U.S., the holiday is celebrated on the fourth Thursday in November.

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      Dr. Einstein?s Brain

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      In reply to SKarthik.info

      Dr. Albert Einstein died on April 18, 1955 at Princeton Hospital in Trenton, New Jersey. In accordance with his wishes, he was cremated without ceremony on the same day, and his ashes scattered at an undisclosed location. But the body that arrived at the cremation oven was not quite complete? it was lacking its brain.
       
      • The researchers found that Einstein?s brain was 15% wider than average, due to the fact that the inferior parietal regions on both hemispheres were much more developed than most. This would have given Einstein some powerful visualization skills, given that these regions of the brain are largely responsible for visuospatial cognition, mathematical thought, and imagery of movement.
      • They also found that Einstein?s brain lacked the groove which usually runs through part of this area, which suggests that the neurons might have been able to work together more easily given their proximity.

    • #3113924

      Zeus Dinner

      by karthi4india ·

      In reply to SKarthik.info

      Had Dinner at Zeus Cafe,a Greek & Leabonese restaurant.I have managed to get some veggie stuff(Im in Diet)
       
      Took off with Sambosa(Dont know how it got its name,its really like our Samosa) & then went off to the main dish Veggie Eggplant Royal,a dish full of vegetables with Eggplant base.
       
      As I have told you earlier,Tomorrow its Thirumal’s Lunch & dayafter we are going out for dinner to POSADOS,mexican restaurant.

    • #3113889

      Dr. Einstein?s Brain

      by karthi4india ·

      In reply to SKarthik.info

      Dr. Albert Einstein died on April 18, 1955 at Princeton Hospital in Trenton, New Jersey. In accordance with his wishes, he was cremated without ceremony on the same day, and his ashes scattered at an undisclosed location. But the body that arrived at the cremation oven was not quite complete? it was lacking its brain.
       
      • The researchers found that Einstein?s brain was 15% wider than average, due to the fact that the inferior parietal regions on both hemispheres were much more developed than most. This would have given Einstein some powerful visualization skills, given that these regions of the brain are largely responsible for visuospatial cognition, mathematical thought, and imagery of movement.
      • They also found that Einstein?s brain lacked the groove which usually runs through part of this area, which suggests that the neurons might have been able to work together more easily given their proximity.

    • #3113868

      Dr. Einstein?s Brain

      by karthi4india ·

      In reply to SKarthik.info

      Dr. Albert Einstein died on April 18, 1955 at Princeton Hospital in Trenton, New Jersey. In accordance with his wishes, he was cremated without ceremony on the same day, and his ashes scattered at an undisclosed location. But the body that arrived at the cremation oven was not quite complete? it was lacking its brain.
       
      • The researchers found that Einstein?s brain was 15% wider than average, due to the fact that the inferior parietal regions on both hemispheres were much more developed than most. This would have given Einstein some powerful visualization skills, given that these regions of the brain are largely responsible for visuospatial cognition, mathematical thought, and imagery of movement.
      • They also found that Einstein?s brain lacked the groove which usually runs through part of this area, which suggests that the neurons might have been able to work together more easily given their proximity.

    • #3113805

      Dr. Einstein?s Brain

      by karthi4india ·

      In reply to SKarthik.info

      Dr. Albert Einstein died on April 18, 1955 at Princeton Hospital in Trenton, New Jersey. In accordance with his wishes, he was cremated without ceremony on the same day, and his ashes scattered at an undisclosed location. But the body that arrived at the cremation oven was not quite complete? it was lacking its brain.
       
      • The researchers found that Einstein?s brain was 15% wider than average, due to the fact that the inferior parietal regions on both hemispheres were much more developed than most. This would have given Einstein some powerful visualization skills, given that these regions of the brain are largely responsible for visuospatial cognition, mathematical thought, and imagery of movement.
      • They also found that Einstein?s brain lacked the groove which usually runs through part of this area, which suggests that the neurons might have been able to work together more easily given their proximity.

    • #3113806

      Gmail Team Thanks

      by karthi4india ·

      In reply to SKarthik.info

      GMail Team Thanks users
      • Our families… 4 engagements, 7 weddings, 11 new babies, 1 reunion, and 1 cross-country move by a fianc?e so they "don’t have to do the long-distance thing anymore" so far this year.
      • Each other?the little family we’ve created here makes it fun to come in to work, especially on days when we play kickball.
      • Winning the "PC World World Class Award" for being #2 on the list of The 100 Best Products of 2005. (We don’t mind being #2, especially to Firefox. Plus, it gives us more to work for.)
      • Google Video, and one fan’s video we love in particular.
      • The horn of plenty and the guy who drew it.
      • You, our users. Yes you. Again. Still.
      • Cheese. Brie, goat, cheddar, the stuff we write on our home page… 🙂
       
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    • #3113755

      Dr. Einstein?s Brain

      by karthi4india ·

      In reply to SKarthik.info

      Dr. Albert Einstein died on April 18, 1955 at Princeton Hospital in Trenton, New Jersey. In accordance with his wishes, he was cremated without ceremony on the same day, and his ashes scattered at an undisclosed location. But the body that arrived at the cremation oven was not quite complete? it was lacking its brain.
       
      • The researchers found that Einstein?s brain was 15% wider than average, due to the fact that the inferior parietal regions on both hemispheres were much more developed than most. This would have given Einstein some powerful visualization skills, given that these regions of the brain are largely responsible for visuospatial cognition, mathematical thought, and imagery of movement.
      • They also found that Einstein?s brain lacked the groove which usually runs through part of this area, which suggests that the neurons might have been able to work together more easily given their proximity.

    • #3122836

      Dr. Einstein?s Brain

      by karthi4india ·

      In reply to SKarthik.info

      Dr. Albert Einstein died on April 18, 1955 at Princeton Hospital in Trenton, New Jersey. In accordance with his wishes, he was cremated without ceremony on the same day, and his ashes scattered at an undisclosed location. But the body that arrived at the cremation oven was not quite complete? it was lacking its brain.
       
      • The researchers found that Einstein?s brain was 15% wider than average, due to the fact that the inferior parietal regions on both hemispheres were much more developed than most. This would have given Einstein some powerful visualization skills, given that these regions of the brain are largely responsible for visuospatial cognition, mathematical thought, and imagery of movement.
      • They also found that Einstein?s brain lacked the groove which usually runs through part of this area, which suggests that the neurons might have been able to work together more easily given their proximity.

    • #3122811

      Dr. Einstein?s Brain

      by karthi4india ·

      In reply to SKarthik.info

      Dr. Albert Einstein died on April 18, 1955 at Princeton Hospital in Trenton, New Jersey. In accordance with his wishes, he was cremated without ceremony on the same day, and his ashes scattered at an undisclosed location. But the body that arrived at the cremation oven was not quite complete? it was lacking its brain.
       
      • The researchers found that Einstein?s brain was 15% wider than average, due to the fact that the inferior parietal regions on both hemispheres were much more developed than most. This would have given Einstein some powerful visualization skills, given that these regions of the brain are largely responsible for visuospatial cognition, mathematical thought, and imagery of movement.
      • They also found that Einstein?s brain lacked the groove which usually runs through part of this area, which suggests that the neurons might have been able to work together more easily given their proximity.

    • #3122738

      Dr. Einstein?s Brain

      by karthi4india ·

      In reply to SKarthik.info

      Dr. Albert Einstein died on April 18, 1955 at Princeton Hospital in Trenton, New Jersey. In accordance with his wishes, he was cremated without ceremony on the same day, and his ashes scattered at an undisclosed location. But the body that arrived at the cremation oven was not quite complete? it was lacking its brain.
       
      • The researchers found that Einstein?s brain was 15% wider than average, due to the fact that the inferior parietal regions on both hemispheres were much more developed than most. This would have given Einstein some powerful visualization skills, given that these regions of the brain are largely responsible for visuospatial cognition, mathematical thought, and imagery of movement.
      • They also found that Einstein?s brain lacked the groove which usually runs through part of this area, which suggests that the neurons might have been able to work together more easily given their proximity.

    • #3122665

      Dr. Einstein?s Brain

      by karthi4india ·

      In reply to SKarthik.info

      Dr. Albert Einstein died on April 18, 1955 at Princeton Hospital in Trenton, New Jersey. In accordance with his wishes, he was cremated without ceremony on the same day, and his ashes scattered at an undisclosed location. But the body that arrived at the cremation oven was not quite complete? it was lacking its brain.
       
      • The researchers found that Einstein?s brain was 15% wider than average, due to the fact that the inferior parietal regions on both hemispheres were much more developed than most. This would have given Einstein some powerful visualization skills, given that these regions of the brain are largely responsible for visuospatial cognition, mathematical thought, and imagery of movement.
      • They also found that Einstein?s brain lacked the groove which usually runs through part of this area, which suggests that the neurons might have been able to work together more easily given their proximity.

    • #3122618

      Dr. Einstein?s Brain

      by karthi4india ·

      In reply to SKarthik.info

      Dr. Albert Einstein died on April 18, 1955 at Princeton Hospital in Trenton, New Jersey. In accordance with his wishes, he was cremated without ceremony on the same day, and his ashes scattered at an undisclosed location. But the body that arrived at the cremation oven was not quite complete? it was lacking its brain.
       
      • The researchers found that Einstein?s brain was 15% wider than average, due to the fact that the inferior parietal regions on both hemispheres were much more developed than most. This would have given Einstein some powerful visualization skills, given that these regions of the brain are largely responsible for visuospatial cognition, mathematical thought, and imagery of movement.
      • They also found that Einstein?s brain lacked the groove which usually runs through part of this area, which suggests that the neurons might have been able to work together more easily given their proximity.

    • #3122573

      Dr. Einstein?s Brain

      by karthi4india ·

      In reply to SKarthik.info

      Dr. Albert Einstein died on April 18, 1955 at Princeton Hospital in Trenton, New Jersey. In accordance with his wishes, he was cremated without ceremony on the same day, and his ashes scattered at an undisclosed location. But the body that arrived at the cremation oven was not quite complete? it was lacking its brain.
       
      • The researchers found that Einstein?s brain was 15% wider than average, due to the fact that the inferior parietal regions on both hemispheres were much more developed than most. This would have given Einstein some powerful visualization skills, given that these regions of the brain are largely responsible for visuospatial cognition, mathematical thought, and imagery of movement.
      • They also found that Einstein?s brain lacked the groove which usually runs through part of this area, which suggests that the neurons might have been able to work together more easily given their proximity.

    • #3122538

      Dr. Einstein?s Brain

      by karthi4india ·

      In reply to SKarthik.info

      Dr. Albert Einstein died on April 18, 1955 at Princeton Hospital in Trenton, New Jersey. In accordance with his wishes, he was cremated without ceremony on the same day, and his ashes scattered at an undisclosed location. But the body that arrived at the cremation oven was not quite complete? it was lacking its brain.
       
      • The researchers found that Einstein?s brain was 15% wider than average, due to the fact that the inferior parietal regions on both hemispheres were much more developed than most. This would have given Einstein some powerful visualization skills, given that these regions of the brain are largely responsible for visuospatial cognition, mathematical thought, and imagery of movement.
      • They also found that Einstein?s brain lacked the groove which usually runs through part of this area, which suggests that the neurons might have been able to work together more easily given their proximity.

    • #3122514

      Dr. Einstein?s Brain

      by karthi4india ·

      In reply to SKarthik.info

      Dr. Albert Einstein died on April 18, 1955 at Princeton Hospital in Trenton, New Jersey. In accordance with his wishes, he was cremated without ceremony on the same day, and his ashes scattered at an undisclosed location. But the body that arrived at the cremation oven was not quite complete? it was lacking its brain.
       
      • The researchers found that Einstein?s brain was 15% wider than average, due to the fact that the inferior parietal regions on both hemispheres were much more developed than most. This would have given Einstein some powerful visualization skills, given that these regions of the brain are largely responsible for visuospatial cognition, mathematical thought, and imagery of movement.
      • They also found that Einstein?s brain lacked the groove which usually runs through part of this area, which suggests that the neurons might have been able to work together more easily given their proximity.

    • #3044069

      Dr. Einstein?s Brain

      by karthi4india ·

      In reply to SKarthik.info

      Dr. Albert Einstein died on April 18, 1955 at Princeton Hospital in Trenton, New Jersey. In accordance with his wishes, he was cremated without ceremony on the same day, and his ashes scattered at an undisclosed location. But the body that arrived at the cremation oven was not quite complete? it was lacking its brain.
       
      • The researchers found that Einstein?s brain was 15% wider than average, due to the fact that the inferior parietal regions on both hemispheres were much more developed than most. This would have given Einstein some powerful visualization skills, given that these regions of the brain are largely responsible for visuospatial cognition, mathematical thought, and imagery of movement.
      • They also found that Einstein?s brain lacked the groove which usually runs through part of this area, which suggests that the neurons might have been able to work together more easily given their proximity.

    • #3044006

      Dr. Einstein?s Brain

      by karthi4india ·

      In reply to SKarthik.info

      Dr. Albert Einstein died on April 18, 1955 at Princeton Hospital in Trenton, New Jersey. In accordance with his wishes, he was cremated without ceremony on the same day, and his ashes scattered at an undisclosed location. But the body that arrived at the cremation oven was not quite complete? it was lacking its brain.
       
      • The researchers found that Einstein?s brain was 15% wider than average, due to the fact that the inferior parietal regions on both hemispheres were much more developed than most. This would have given Einstein some powerful visualization skills, given that these regions of the brain are largely responsible for visuospatial cognition, mathematical thought, and imagery of movement.
      • They also found that Einstein?s brain lacked the groove which usually runs through part of this area, which suggests that the neurons might have been able to work together more easily given their proximity.

    • #3043976

      Dr. Einstein?s Brain

      by karthi4india ·

      In reply to SKarthik.info

      Dr. Albert Einstein died on April 18, 1955 at Princeton Hospital in Trenton, New Jersey. In accordance with his wishes, he was cremated without ceremony on the same day, and his ashes scattered at an undisclosed location. But the body that arrived at the cremation oven was not quite complete? it was lacking its brain.
       
      • The researchers found that Einstein?s brain was 15% wider than average, due to the fact that the inferior parietal regions on both hemispheres were much more developed than most. This would have given Einstein some powerful visualization skills, given that these regions of the brain are largely responsible for visuospatial cognition, mathematical thought, and imagery of movement.
      • They also found that Einstein?s brain lacked the groove which usually runs through part of this area, which suggests that the neurons might have been able to work together more easily given their proximity.

    • #3043960

      Dr. Einstein?s Brain

      by karthi4india ·

      In reply to SKarthik.info

      Dr. Albert Einstein died on April 18, 1955 at Princeton Hospital in Trenton, New Jersey. In accordance with his wishes, he was cremated without ceremony on the same day, and his ashes scattered at an undisclosed location. But the body that arrived at the cremation oven was not quite complete? it was lacking its brain.
       
      • The researchers found that Einstein?s brain was 15% wider than average, due to the fact that the inferior parietal regions on both hemispheres were much more developed than most. This would have given Einstein some powerful visualization skills, given that these regions of the brain are largely responsible for visuospatial cognition, mathematical thought, and imagery of movement.
      • They also found that Einstein?s brain lacked the groove which usually runs through part of this area, which suggests that the neurons might have been able to work together more easily given their proximity.

    • #3043938

      Dr. Einstein?s Brain

      by karthi4india ·

      In reply to SKarthik.info

      Dr. Albert Einstein died on April 18, 1955 at Princeton Hospital in Trenton, New Jersey. In accordance with his wishes, he was cremated without ceremony on the same day, and his ashes scattered at an undisclosed location. But the body that arrived at the cremation oven was not quite complete? it was lacking its brain.
       
      • The researchers found that Einstein?s brain was 15% wider than average, due to the fact that the inferior parietal regions on both hemispheres were much more developed than most. This would have given Einstein some powerful visualization skills, given that these regions of the brain are largely responsible for visuospatial cognition, mathematical thought, and imagery of movement.
      • They also found that Einstein?s brain lacked the groove which usually runs through part of this area, which suggests that the neurons might have been able to work together more easily given their proximity.

    • #3043929

      Dr. Einstein?s Brain

      by karthi4india ·

      In reply to SKarthik.info

      Dr. Albert Einstein died on April 18, 1955 at Princeton Hospital in Trenton, New Jersey. In accordance with his wishes, he was cremated without ceremony on the same day, and his ashes scattered at an undisclosed location. But the body that arrived at the cremation oven was not quite complete? it was lacking its brain.
       
      • The researchers found that Einstein?s brain was 15% wider than average, due to the fact that the inferior parietal regions on both hemispheres were much more developed than most. This would have given Einstein some powerful visualization skills, given that these regions of the brain are largely responsible for visuospatial cognition, mathematical thought, and imagery of movement.
      • They also found that Einstein?s brain lacked the groove which usually runs through part of this area, which suggests that the neurons might have been able to work together more easily given their proximity.

    • #3043917

      Dr. Einstein?s Brain

      by karthi4india ·

      In reply to SKarthik.info

      Dr. Albert Einstein died on April 18, 1955 at Princeton Hospital in Trenton, New Jersey. In accordance with his wishes, he was cremated without ceremony on the same day, and his ashes scattered at an undisclosed location. But the body that arrived at the cremation oven was not quite complete? it was lacking its brain.
       
      • The researchers found that Einstein?s brain was 15% wider than average, due to the fact that the inferior parietal regions on both hemispheres were much more developed than most. This would have given Einstein some powerful visualization skills, given that these regions of the brain are largely responsible for visuospatial cognition, mathematical thought, and imagery of movement.
      • They also found that Einstein?s brain lacked the groove which usually runs through part of this area, which suggests that the neurons might have been able to work together more easily given their proximity.

    • #3043891

      Dr. Einstein?s Brain

      by karthi4india ·

      In reply to SKarthik.info

      Dr. Albert Einstein died on April 18, 1955 at Princeton Hospital in Trenton, New Jersey. In accordance with his wishes, he was cremated without ceremony on the same day, and his ashes scattered at an undisclosed location. But the body that arrived at the cremation oven was not quite complete? it was lacking its brain.
       
      • The researchers found that Einstein?s brain was 15% wider than average, due to the fact that the inferior parietal regions on both hemispheres were much more developed than most. This would have given Einstein some powerful visualization skills, given that these regions of the brain are largely responsible for visuospatial cognition, mathematical thought, and imagery of movement.
      • They also found that Einstein?s brain lacked the groove which usually runs through part of this area, which suggests that the neurons might have been able to work together more easily given their proximity.

    • #3043874

      Dr. Einstein?s Brain

      by karthi4india ·

      In reply to SKarthik.info

      Dr. Albert Einstein died on April 18, 1955 at Princeton Hospital in Trenton, New Jersey. In accordance with his wishes, he was cremated without ceremony on the same day, and his ashes scattered at an undisclosed location. But the body that arrived at the cremation oven was not quite complete? it was lacking its brain.
       
      • The researchers found that Einstein?s brain was 15% wider than average, due to the fact that the inferior parietal regions on both hemispheres were much more developed than most. This would have given Einstein some powerful visualization skills, given that these regions of the brain are largely responsible for visuospatial cognition, mathematical thought, and imagery of movement.
      • They also found that Einstein?s brain lacked the groove which usually runs through part of this area, which suggests that the neurons might have been able to work together more easily given their proximity.

    • #3043828

      Photo Album: Houston Trip

      by karthi4india ·

      In reply to SKarthik.info

      Houston Trip


      Lunch at Cicili’s Corner

      Lunch at Cicili’s Corner

      US Flag Fluttering

      US Flag Fluttering

      Me at Houston’s India’s Resturant

      Me,Baskar at Houston’s India’s Resturant

      Balaji,Me at Houston’s India’s Resturant

      Balaji,Me & Yogi at Houston’s India’s Resturant

      Part of Houston

      Part of Houston

      More Photos…

    • #3043827

      Photo Album: Baton Rouge

      by karthi4india ·

      In reply to SKarthik.info

      Baton Rouge


      Creative Cake which was gifted to us at PHI

      Creative Cake which was gifted to us at PHI

      Creative Cake which was gifted to us at PHI

      Me at Baton Rouge’s India’s Restaurant

      Me,Baskar at Tanger Outlet,Gonzalez

      Tanger Outlet,Gonzalez

      Tanger Outlet,Gonzalez

      Tanger Outlet,Gonzalez

      Tanger Outlet,Gonzalez

    • #3043826

      Dr. Einstein?s Brain

      by karthi4india ·

      In reply to SKarthik.info

      Dr. Albert Einstein died on April 18, 1955 at Princeton Hospital in Trenton, New Jersey. In accordance with his wishes, he was cremated without ceremony on the same day, and his ashes scattered at an undisclosed location. But the body that arrived at the cremation oven was not quite complete? it was lacking its brain.
       
      • The researchers found that Einstein?s brain was 15% wider than average, due to the fact that the inferior parietal regions on both hemispheres were much more developed than most. This would have given Einstein some powerful visualization skills, given that these regions of the brain are largely responsible for visuospatial cognition, mathematical thought, and imagery of movement.
      • They also found that Einstein?s brain lacked the groove which usually runs through part of this area, which suggests that the neurons might have been able to work together more easily given their proximity.

    • #3043825

      Houston Trip

      by karthi4india ·

      In reply to SKarthik.info

      Yesterday we(Me,Balaji,Baskar & Yogi) went to Houston,Texas Museum Center & Meenakashi Temple at Pearland(I have uploaded the photos,check out)
       

      We started at around 09:00am,I drove up till Texas Border & then balaji(who’s technical consultant) drove to Houston.We had good food at India’s restaurant at Houston & then went to Museum,spent good amount of time in Butterfly Center (huh so much of butterflies,you can check them at Houston Photo album)

      Then we went to Meenakashi Temple at Pearland,was so amazed by the originality of the temple.We had good Indian Food at the temple & then bought some tamil movies DVD from the library.

      And then took off at 09:00pm at Houston & then reached Lafayette at 12:30pm long drive,came home & slept well.

       

    • #3043784

      Dr. Einstein?s Brain

      by karthi4india ·

      In reply to SKarthik.info

      Dr. Albert Einstein died on April 18, 1955 at Princeton Hospital in Trenton, New Jersey. In accordance with his wishes, he was cremated without ceremony on the same day, and his ashes scattered at an undisclosed location. But the body that arrived at the cremation oven was not quite complete? it was lacking its brain.
       
      • The researchers found that Einstein?s brain was 15% wider than average, due to the fact that the inferior parietal regions on both hemispheres were much more developed than most. This would have given Einstein some powerful visualization skills, given that these regions of the brain are largely responsible for visuospatial cognition, mathematical thought, and imagery of movement.
      • They also found that Einstein?s brain lacked the groove which usually runs through part of this area, which suggests that the neurons might have been able to work together more easily given their proximity.

    • #3043763

      Dr. Einstein?s Brain

      by karthi4india ·

      In reply to SKarthik.info

      Dr. Albert Einstein died on April 18, 1955 at Princeton Hospital in Trenton, New Jersey. In accordance with his wishes, he was cremated without ceremony on the same day, and his ashes scattered at an undisclosed location. But the body that arrived at the cremation oven was not quite complete? it was lacking its brain.
       
      • The researchers found that Einstein?s brain was 15% wider than average, due to the fact that the inferior parietal regions on both hemispheres were much more developed than most. This would have given Einstein some powerful visualization skills, given that these regions of the brain are largely responsible for visuospatial cognition, mathematical thought, and imagery of movement.
      • They also found that Einstein?s brain lacked the groove which usually runs through part of this area, which suggests that the neurons might have been able to work together more easily given their proximity.

    • #3123120

      Dr. Einstein?s Brain

      by karthi4india ·

      In reply to SKarthik.info

      Dr. Albert Einstein died on April 18, 1955 at Princeton Hospital in Trenton, New Jersey. In accordance with his wishes, he was cremated without ceremony on the same day, and his ashes scattered at an undisclosed location. But the body that arrived at the cremation oven was not quite complete? it was lacking its brain.
       
      • The researchers found that Einstein?s brain was 15% wider than average, due to the fact that the inferior parietal regions on both hemispheres were much more developed than most. This would have given Einstein some powerful visualization skills, given that these regions of the brain are largely responsible for visuospatial cognition, mathematical thought, and imagery of movement.
      • They also found that Einstein?s brain lacked the groove which usually runs through part of this area, which suggests that the neurons might have been able to work together more easily given their proximity.

    • #3122959

      Dr. Einstein?s Brain

      by karthi4india ·

      In reply to SKarthik.info

      Dr. Albert Einstein died on April 18, 1955 at Princeton Hospital in Trenton, New Jersey. In accordance with his wishes, he was cremated without ceremony on the same day, and his ashes scattered at an undisclosed location. But the body that arrived at the cremation oven was not quite complete? it was lacking its brain.
       
      • The researchers found that Einstein?s brain was 15% wider than average, due to the fact that the inferior parietal regions on both hemispheres were much more developed than most. This would have given Einstein some powerful visualization skills, given that these regions of the brain are largely responsible for visuospatial cognition, mathematical thought, and imagery of movement.
      • They also found that Einstein?s brain lacked the groove which usually runs through part of this area, which suggests that the neurons might have been able to work together more easily given their proximity.

    • #3122142

      Dr. Einstein?s Brain

      by karthi4india ·

      In reply to SKarthik.info

      Dr. Albert Einstein died on April 18, 1955 at Princeton Hospital in Trenton, New Jersey. In accordance with his wishes, he was cremated without ceremony on the same day, and his ashes scattered at an undisclosed location. But the body that arrived at the cremation oven was not quite complete? it was lacking its brain.
       
      • The researchers found that Einstein?s brain was 15% wider than average, due to the fact that the inferior parietal regions on both hemispheres were much more developed than most. This would have given Einstein some powerful visualization skills, given that these regions of the brain are largely responsible for visuospatial cognition, mathematical thought, and imagery of movement.
      • They also found that Einstein?s brain lacked the groove which usually runs through part of this area, which suggests that the neurons might have been able to work together more easily given their proximity.

    • #3122112

      Dr. Einstein?s Brain

      by karthi4india ·

      In reply to SKarthik.info

      Dr. Albert Einstein died on April 18, 1955 at Princeton Hospital in Trenton, New Jersey. In accordance with his wishes, he was cremated without ceremony on the same day, and his ashes scattered at an undisclosed location. But the body that arrived at the cremation oven was not quite complete? it was lacking its brain.
       
      • The researchers found that Einstein?s brain was 15% wider than average, due to the fact that the inferior parietal regions on both hemispheres were much more developed than most. This would have given Einstein some powerful visualization skills, given that these regions of the brain are largely responsible for visuospatial cognition, mathematical thought, and imagery of movement.
      • They also found that Einstein?s brain lacked the groove which usually runs through part of this area, which suggests that the neurons might have been able to work together more easily given their proximity.

    • #3122043

      Dr. Einstein?s Brain

      by karthi4india ·

      In reply to SKarthik.info

      Dr. Albert Einstein died on April 18, 1955 at Princeton Hospital in Trenton, New Jersey. In accordance with his wishes, he was cremated without ceremony on the same day, and his ashes scattered at an undisclosed location. But the body that arrived at the cremation oven was not quite complete? it was lacking its brain.
       
      • The researchers found that Einstein?s brain was 15% wider than average, due to the fact that the inferior parietal regions on both hemispheres were much more developed than most. This would have given Einstein some powerful visualization skills, given that these regions of the brain are largely responsible for visuospatial cognition, mathematical thought, and imagery of movement.
      • They also found that Einstein?s brain lacked the groove which usually runs through part of this area, which suggests that the neurons might have been able to work together more easily given their proximity.

    • #3122005

      Dr. Einstein?s Brain

      by karthi4india ·

      In reply to SKarthik.info

      Dr. Albert Einstein died on April 18, 1955 at Princeton Hospital in Trenton, New Jersey. In accordance with his wishes, he was cremated without ceremony on the same day, and his ashes scattered at an undisclosed location. But the body that arrived at the cremation oven was not quite complete? it was lacking its brain.
       
      • The researchers found that Einstein?s brain was 15% wider than average, due to the fact that the inferior parietal regions on both hemispheres were much more developed than most. This would have given Einstein some powerful visualization skills, given that these regions of the brain are largely responsible for visuospatial cognition, mathematical thought, and imagery of movement.
      • They also found that Einstein?s brain lacked the groove which usually runs through part of this area, which suggests that the neurons might have been able to work together more easily given their proximity.

    • #3121971

      Dr. Einstein?s Brain

      by karthi4india ·

      In reply to SKarthik.info

      Dr. Albert Einstein died on April 18, 1955 at Princeton Hospital in Trenton, New Jersey. In accordance with his wishes, he was cremated without ceremony on the same day, and his ashes scattered at an undisclosed location. But the body that arrived at the cremation oven was not quite complete? it was lacking its brain.
       
      • The researchers found that Einstein?s brain was 15% wider than average, due to the fact that the inferior parietal regions on both hemispheres were much more developed than most. This would have given Einstein some powerful visualization skills, given that these regions of the brain are largely responsible for visuospatial cognition, mathematical thought, and imagery of movement.
      • They also found that Einstein?s brain lacked the groove which usually runs through part of this area, which suggests that the neurons might have been able to work together more easily given their proximity.

    • #3121873

      Dr. Einstein?s Brain

      by karthi4india ·

      In reply to SKarthik.info

      Dr. Albert Einstein died on April 18, 1955 at Princeton Hospital in Trenton, New Jersey. In accordance with his wishes, he was cremated without ceremony on the same day, and his ashes scattered at an undisclosed location. But the body that arrived at the cremation oven was not quite complete? it was lacking its brain.
       
      • The researchers found that Einstein?s brain was 15% wider than average, due to the fact that the inferior parietal regions on both hemispheres were much more developed than most. This would have given Einstein some powerful visualization skills, given that these regions of the brain are largely responsible for visuospatial cognition, mathematical thought, and imagery of movement.
      • They also found that Einstein?s brain lacked the groove which usually runs through part of this area, which suggests that the neurons might have been able to work together more easily given their proximity.

    • #3123398

      Dr. Einstein?s Brain

      by karthi4india ·

      In reply to SKarthik.info

      Dr. Albert Einstein died on April 18, 1955 at Princeton Hospital in Trenton, New Jersey. In accordance with his wishes, he was cremated without ceremony on the same day, and his ashes scattered at an undisclosed location. But the body that arrived at the cremation oven was not quite complete? it was lacking its brain.
       
      • The researchers found that Einstein?s brain was 15% wider than average, due to the fact that the inferior parietal regions on both hemispheres were much more developed than most. This would have given Einstein some powerful visualization skills, given that these regions of the brain are largely responsible for visuospatial cognition, mathematical thought, and imagery of movement.
      • They also found that Einstein?s brain lacked the groove which usually runs through part of this area, which suggests that the neurons might have been able to work together more easily given their proximity.

    • #3123272

      Dr. Einstein?s Brain

      by karthi4india ·

      In reply to SKarthik.info

      Dr. Albert Einstein died on April 18, 1955 at Princeton Hospital in Trenton, New Jersey. In accordance with his wishes, he was cremated without ceremony on the same day, and his ashes scattered at an undisclosed location. But the body that arrived at the cremation oven was not quite complete? it was lacking its brain.
       
      • The researchers found that Einstein?s brain was 15% wider than average, due to the fact that the inferior parietal regions on both hemispheres were much more developed than most. This would have given Einstein some powerful visualization skills, given that these regions of the brain are largely responsible for visuospatial cognition, mathematical thought, and imagery of movement.
      • They also found that Einstein?s brain lacked the groove which usually runs through part of this area, which suggests that the neurons might have been able to work together more easily given their proximity.

    • #3123273

      Set our own wake up calls

      by karthi4india ·

      In reply to SKarthik.info

      Why we sometimes wake up a minute before the alarm rings?

      http://www.psychologytoday.com/articles/pto-19990501-000014.html

      • Ever wake up five minutes before your alarm rings? This mysterious phenomenon isn’t just bizarre coincidence. We are all equipped with our own internal alarm clocks and, best of all, they even have snooze buttons.
      • In a three-night study, Born and team tucked 15 volunteers into bed at midnight the first night, and told them they would be woken at 6 a.m. on one night and 9 a.m. the other two nights.
      • When the volunteers knew they would be woken at six, levels of the central stress hormone adrenocorticotropin began rising around 4:30 a.m. But subjects expecting to wake at nine and rudely awakened at six experienced no such hormonal surge. Our bodies, in other words, note the time we hope to begin our day and gradually prepare us for consciousness, not unlike a snooze button.

    • #3123200

      Dr. Einstein?s Brain

      by karthi4india ·

      In reply to SKarthik.info

      Dr. Albert Einstein died on April 18, 1955 at Princeton Hospital in Trenton, New Jersey. In accordance with his wishes, he was cremated without ceremony on the same day, and his ashes scattered at an undisclosed location. But the body that arrived at the cremation oven was not quite complete? it was lacking its brain.
       
      • The researchers found that Einstein?s brain was 15% wider than average, due to the fact that the inferior parietal regions on both hemispheres were much more developed than most. This would have given Einstein some powerful visualization skills, given that these regions of the brain are largely responsible for visuospatial cognition, mathematical thought, and imagery of movement.
      • They also found that Einstein?s brain lacked the groove which usually runs through part of this area, which suggests that the neurons might have been able to work together more easily given their proximity.

    • #3127741

      Dr. Einstein?s Brain

      by karthi4india ·

      In reply to SKarthik.info

      Dr. Albert Einstein died on April 18, 1955 at Princeton Hospital in Trenton, New Jersey. In accordance with his wishes, he was cremated without ceremony on the same day, and his ashes scattered at an undisclosed location. But the body that arrived at the cremation oven was not quite complete? it was lacking its brain.
       
      • The researchers found that Einstein?s brain was 15% wider than average, due to the fact that the inferior parietal regions on both hemispheres were much more developed than most. This would have given Einstein some powerful visualization skills, given that these regions of the brain are largely responsible for visuospatial cognition, mathematical thought, and imagery of movement.
      • They also found that Einstein?s brain lacked the groove which usually runs through part of this area, which suggests that the neurons might have been able to work together more easily given their proximity.

    • #3127701

      Dr. Einstein?s Brain

      by karthi4india ·

      In reply to SKarthik.info

      Dr. Albert Einstein died on April 18, 1955 at Princeton Hospital in Trenton, New Jersey. In accordance with his wishes, he was cremated without ceremony on the same day, and his ashes scattered at an undisclosed location. But the body that arrived at the cremation oven was not quite complete? it was lacking its brain.
       
      • The researchers found that Einstein?s brain was 15% wider than average, due to the fact that the inferior parietal regions on both hemispheres were much more developed than most. This would have given Einstein some powerful visualization skills, given that these regions of the brain are largely responsible for visuospatial cognition, mathematical thought, and imagery of movement.
      • They also found that Einstein?s brain lacked the groove which usually runs through part of this area, which suggests that the neurons might have been able to work together more easily given their proximity.

    • #3127606

      Dr. Einstein?s Brain

      by karthi4india ·

      In reply to SKarthik.info

      Dr. Albert Einstein died on April 18, 1955 at Princeton Hospital in Trenton, New Jersey. In accordance with his wishes, he was cremated without ceremony on the same day, and his ashes scattered at an undisclosed location. But the body that arrived at the cremation oven was not quite complete? it was lacking its brain.
       
      • The researchers found that Einstein?s brain was 15% wider than average, due to the fact that the inferior parietal regions on both hemispheres were much more developed than most. This would have given Einstein some powerful visualization skills, given that these regions of the brain are largely responsible for visuospatial cognition, mathematical thought, and imagery of movement.
      • They also found that Einstein?s brain lacked the groove which usually runs through part of this area, which suggests that the neurons might have been able to work together more easily given their proximity.

    • #3127487

      Dr. Einstein?s Brain

      by karthi4india ·

      In reply to SKarthik.info

      Dr. Albert Einstein died on April 18, 1955 at Princeton Hospital in Trenton, New Jersey. In accordance with his wishes, he was cremated without ceremony on the same day, and his ashes scattered at an undisclosed location. But the body that arrived at the cremation oven was not quite complete? it was lacking its brain.
       
      • The researchers found that Einstein?s brain was 15% wider than average, due to the fact that the inferior parietal regions on both hemispheres were much more developed than most. This would have given Einstein some powerful visualization skills, given that these regions of the brain are largely responsible for visuospatial cognition, mathematical thought, and imagery of movement.
      • They also found that Einstein?s brain lacked the groove which usually runs through part of this area, which suggests that the neurons might have been able to work together more easily given their proximity.

    • #3127485

      My XBox is ready for shipment

      by karthi4india ·

      In reply to SKarthik.info

      I had sent my XBox for repair to IMXBOX,just now I received a notification from them that my xbox is ready & they have shipped in DHL.
       
      It costed 69.95$ to repair the damaged power board on my xbox,now it is ready for rock ‘n’ roll.
       
      Thankyou Imxbox.
       

    • #3127486

      Ride on Bell 407 Helicopter

      by karthi4india ·

      In reply to SKarthik.info

      Had a ride on N498PH (Bell 407 Helicopter model),it was 15min ride but its exciting
       
      Have taken lot of snaps,will upload it soon.
       
       
       

    • #3128710

      Dr. Einstein?s Brain

      by karthi4india ·

      In reply to SKarthik.info

      Dr. Albert Einstein died on April 18, 1955 at Princeton Hospital in Trenton, New Jersey. In accordance with his wishes, he was cremated without ceremony on the same day, and his ashes scattered at an undisclosed location. But the body that arrived at the cremation oven was not quite complete? it was lacking its brain.
       
      • The researchers found that Einstein?s brain was 15% wider than average, due to the fact that the inferior parietal regions on both hemispheres were much more developed than most. This would have given Einstein some powerful visualization skills, given that these regions of the brain are largely responsible for visuospatial cognition, mathematical thought, and imagery of movement.
      • They also found that Einstein?s brain lacked the groove which usually runs through part of this area, which suggests that the neurons might have been able to work together more easily given their proximity.

    • #3128627

      Photo Album: November 30

      by karthi4india ·

      In reply to SKarthik.info

    • #3128626

      Dr. Einstein?s Brain

      by karthi4india ·

      In reply to SKarthik.info

      Dr. Albert Einstein died on April 18, 1955 at Princeton Hospital in Trenton, New Jersey. In accordance with his wishes, he was cremated without ceremony on the same day, and his ashes scattered at an undisclosed location. But the body that arrived at the cremation oven was not quite complete? it was lacking its brain.
       
      • The researchers found that Einstein?s brain was 15% wider than average, due to the fact that the inferior parietal regions on both hemispheres were much more developed than most. This would have given Einstein some powerful visualization skills, given that these regions of the brain are largely responsible for visuospatial cognition, mathematical thought, and imagery of movement.
      • They also found that Einstein?s brain lacked the groove which usually runs through part of this area, which suggests that the neurons might have been able to work together more easily given their proximity.

    • #3128593

      Dr. Einstein?s Brain

      by karthi4india ·

      In reply to SKarthik.info

      Dr. Albert Einstein died on April 18, 1955 at Princeton Hospital in Trenton, New Jersey. In accordance with his wishes, he was cremated without ceremony on the same day, and his ashes scattered at an undisclosed location. But the body that arrived at the cremation oven was not quite complete? it was lacking its brain.
       
      • The researchers found that Einstein?s brain was 15% wider than average, due to the fact that the inferior parietal regions on both hemispheres were much more developed than most. This would have given Einstein some powerful visualization skills, given that these regions of the brain are largely responsible for visuospatial cognition, mathematical thought, and imagery of movement.
      • They also found that Einstein?s brain lacked the groove which usually runs through part of this area, which suggests that the neurons might have been able to work together more easily given their proximity.

    • #3128460

      Photo Album: Heli Ride

      by karthi4india ·

      In reply to SKarthik.info

      Heli Ride


      Ride on Bell 407 Copter

      Ride on Bell 407 Copter

      Guy n middle is our co-pilot

      Guy to the right is our pilot

      Me & Yogi aboard 407 Copter

      Take off

      Take off

      Interior

      Take off

      Take off

      More Photos…

    • #3128461

      Dr. Einstein?s Brain

      by karthi4india ·

      In reply to SKarthik.info

      Dr. Albert Einstein died on April 18, 1955 at Princeton Hospital in Trenton, New Jersey. In accordance with his wishes, he was cremated without ceremony on the same day, and his ashes scattered at an undisclosed location. But the body that arrived at the cremation oven was not quite complete? it was lacking its brain.
       
      • The researchers found that Einstein?s brain was 15% wider than average, due to the fact that the inferior parietal regions on both hemispheres were much more developed than most. This would have given Einstein some powerful visualization skills, given that these regions of the brain are largely responsible for visuospatial cognition, mathematical thought, and imagery of movement.
      • They also found that Einstein?s brain lacked the groove which usually runs through part of this area, which suggests that the neurons might have been able to work together more easily given their proximity.

    • #3128902

      Dr. Einstein?s Brain

      by karthi4india ·

      In reply to SKarthik.info

      Dr. Albert Einstein died on April 18, 1955 at Princeton Hospital in Trenton, New Jersey. In accordance with his wishes, he was cremated without ceremony on the same day, and his ashes scattered at an undisclosed location. But the body that arrived at the cremation oven was not quite complete? it was lacking its brain.
       
      • The researchers found that Einstein?s brain was 15% wider than average, due to the fact that the inferior parietal regions on both hemispheres were much more developed than most. This would have given Einstein some powerful visualization skills, given that these regions of the brain are largely responsible for visuospatial cognition, mathematical thought, and imagery of movement.
      • They also found that Einstein?s brain lacked the groove which usually runs through part of this area, which suggests that the neurons might have been able to work together more easily given their proximity.

    • #3128833

      Dr. Einstein?s Brain

      by karthi4india ·

      In reply to SKarthik.info

      Dr. Albert Einstein died on April 18, 1955 at Princeton Hospital in Trenton, New Jersey. In accordance with his wishes, he was cremated without ceremony on the same day, and his ashes scattered at an undisclosed location. But the body that arrived at the cremation oven was not quite complete? it was lacking its brain.
       
      • The researchers found that Einstein?s brain was 15% wider than average, due to the fact that the inferior parietal regions on both hemispheres were much more developed than most. This would have given Einstein some powerful visualization skills, given that these regions of the brain are largely responsible for visuospatial cognition, mathematical thought, and imagery of movement.
      • They also found that Einstein?s brain lacked the groove which usually runs through part of this area, which suggests that the neurons might have been able to work together more easily given their proximity.

    • #3129401

      Dr. Einstein?s Brain

      by karthi4india ·

      In reply to SKarthik.info

      Dr. Albert Einstein died on April 18, 1955 at Princeton Hospital in Trenton, New Jersey. In accordance with his wishes, he was cremated without ceremony on the same day, and his ashes scattered at an undisclosed location. But the body that arrived at the cremation oven was not quite complete? it was lacking its brain.
       
      • The researchers found that Einstein?s brain was 15% wider than average, due to the fact that the inferior parietal regions on both hemispheres were much more developed than most. This would have given Einstein some powerful visualization skills, given that these regions of the brain are largely responsible for visuospatial cognition, mathematical thought, and imagery of movement.
      • They also found that Einstein?s brain lacked the groove which usually runs through part of this area, which suggests that the neurons might have been able to work together more easily given their proximity.

    • #3129367

      Dr. Einstein?s Brain

      by karthi4india ·

      In reply to SKarthik.info

      Dr. Albert Einstein died on April 18, 1955 at Princeton Hospital in Trenton, New Jersey. In accordance with his wishes, he was cremated without ceremony on the same day, and his ashes scattered at an undisclosed location. But the body that arrived at the cremation oven was not quite complete? it was lacking its brain.
       
      • The researchers found that Einstein?s brain was 15% wider than average, due to the fact that the inferior parietal regions on both hemispheres were much more developed than most. This would have given Einstein some powerful visualization skills, given that these regions of the brain are largely responsible for visuospatial cognition, mathematical thought, and imagery of movement.
      • They also found that Einstein?s brain lacked the groove which usually runs through part of this area, which suggests that the neurons might have been able to work together more easily given their proximity.

    • #3129318

      Dr. Einstein?s Brain

      by karthi4india ·

      In reply to SKarthik.info

      Dr. Albert Einstein died on April 18, 1955 at Princeton Hospital in Trenton, New Jersey. In accordance with his wishes, he was cremated without ceremony on the same day, and his ashes scattered at an undisclosed location. But the body that arrived at the cremation oven was not quite complete? it was lacking its brain.
       
      • The researchers found that Einstein?s brain was 15% wider than average, due to the fact that the inferior parietal regions on both hemispheres were much more developed than most. This would have given Einstein some powerful visualization skills, given that these regions of the brain are largely responsible for visuospatial cognition, mathematical thought, and imagery of movement.
      • They also found that Einstein?s brain lacked the groove which usually runs through part of this area, which suggests that the neurons might have been able to work together more easily given their proximity.

    • #3129281

      Dr. Einstein?s Brain

      by karthi4india ·

      In reply to SKarthik.info

      Dr. Albert Einstein died on April 18, 1955 at Princeton Hospital in Trenton, New Jersey. In accordance with his wishes, he was cremated without ceremony on the same day, and his ashes scattered at an undisclosed location. But the body that arrived at the cremation oven was not quite complete? it was lacking its brain.
       
      • The researchers found that Einstein?s brain was 15% wider than average, due to the fact that the inferior parietal regions on both hemispheres were much more developed than most. This would have given Einstein some powerful visualization skills, given that these regions of the brain are largely responsible for visuospatial cognition, mathematical thought, and imagery of movement.
      • They also found that Einstein?s brain lacked the groove which usually runs through part of this area, which suggests that the neurons might have been able to work together more easily given their proximity.

    • #3129162

      Dr. Einstein?s Brain

      by karthi4india ·

      In reply to SKarthik.info

      Dr. Albert Einstein died on April 18, 1955 at Princeton Hospital in Trenton, New Jersey. In accordance with his wishes, he was cremated without ceremony on the same day, and his ashes scattered at an undisclosed location. But the body that arrived at the cremation oven was not quite complete? it was lacking its brain.
       
      • The researchers found that Einstein?s brain was 15% wider than average, due to the fact that the inferior parietal regions on both hemispheres were much more developed than most. This would have given Einstein some powerful visualization skills, given that these regions of the brain are largely responsible for visuospatial cognition, mathematical thought, and imagery of movement.
      • They also found that Einstein?s brain lacked the groove which usually runs through part of this area, which suggests that the neurons might have been able to work together more easily given their proximity.

    • #3127056

      Dr. Einstein?s Brain

      by karthi4india ·

      In reply to SKarthik.info

      Dr. Albert Einstein died on April 18, 1955 at Princeton Hospital in Trenton, New Jersey. In accordance with his wishes, he was cremated without ceremony on the same day, and his ashes scattered at an undisclosed location. But the body that arrived at the cremation oven was not quite complete? it was lacking its brain.
       
      • The researchers found that Einstein?s brain was 15% wider than average, due to the fact that the inferior parietal regions on both hemispheres were much more developed than most. This would have given Einstein some powerful visualization skills, given that these regions of the brain are largely responsible for visuospatial cognition, mathematical thought, and imagery of movement.
      • They also found that Einstein?s brain lacked the groove which usually runs through part of this area, which suggests that the neurons might have been able to work together more easily given their proximity.

    • #3126955

      Dr. Einstein?s Brain

      by karthi4india ·

      In reply to SKarthik.info

      Dr. Albert Einstein died on April 18, 1955 at Princeton Hospital in Trenton, New Jersey. In accordance with his wishes, he was cremated without ceremony on the same day, and his ashes scattered at an undisclosed location. But the body that arrived at the cremation oven was not quite complete? it was lacking its brain.
       
      • The researchers found that Einstein?s brain was 15% wider than average, due to the fact that the inferior parietal regions on both hemispheres were much more developed than most. This would have given Einstein some powerful visualization skills, given that these regions of the brain are largely responsible for visuospatial cognition, mathematical thought, and imagery of movement.
      • They also found that Einstein?s brain lacked the groove which usually runs through part of this area, which suggests that the neurons might have been able to work together more easily given their proximity.

    • #3126908

      Dr. Einstein?s Brain

      by karthi4india ·

      In reply to SKarthik.info

      Dr. Albert Einstein died on April 18, 1955 at Princeton Hospital in Trenton, New Jersey. In accordance with his wishes, he was cremated without ceremony on the same day, and his ashes scattered at an undisclosed location. But the body that arrived at the cremation oven was not quite complete? it was lacking its brain.
       
      • The researchers found that Einstein?s brain was 15% wider than average, due to the fact that the inferior parietal regions on both hemispheres were much more developed than most. This would have given Einstein some powerful visualization skills, given that these regions of the brain are largely responsible for visuospatial cognition, mathematical thought, and imagery of movement.
      • They also found that Einstein?s brain lacked the groove which usually runs through part of this area, which suggests that the neurons might have been able to work together more easily given their proximity.

    • #3126889

      Dr. Einstein?s Brain

      by karthi4india ·

      In reply to SKarthik.info

      Dr. Albert Einstein died on April 18, 1955 at Princeton Hospital in Trenton, New Jersey. In accordance with his wishes, he was cremated without ceremony on the same day, and his ashes scattered at an undisclosed location. But the body that arrived at the cremation oven was not quite complete? it was lacking its brain.
       
      • The researchers found that Einstein?s brain was 15% wider than average, due to the fact that the inferior parietal regions on both hemispheres were much more developed than most. This would have given Einstein some powerful visualization skills, given that these regions of the brain are largely responsible for visuospatial cognition, mathematical thought, and imagery of movement.
      • They also found that Einstein?s brain lacked the groove which usually runs through part of this area, which suggests that the neurons might have been able to work together more easily given their proximity.

    • #3126869

      Dr. Einstein?s Brain

      by karthi4india ·

      In reply to SKarthik.info

      Dr. Albert Einstein died on April 18, 1955 at Princeton Hospital in Trenton, New Jersey. In accordance with his wishes, he was cremated without ceremony on the same day, and his ashes scattered at an undisclosed location. But the body that arrived at the cremation oven was not quite complete? it was lacking its brain.
       
      • The researchers found that Einstein?s brain was 15% wider than average, due to the fact that the inferior parietal regions on both hemispheres were much more developed than most. This would have given Einstein some powerful visualization skills, given that these regions of the brain are largely responsible for visuospatial cognition, mathematical thought, and imagery of movement.
      • They also found that Einstein?s brain lacked the groove which usually runs through part of this area, which suggests that the neurons might have been able to work together more easily given their proximity.

    • #3126809

      Dr. Einstein?s Brain

      by karthi4india ·

      In reply to SKarthik.info

      Dr. Albert Einstein died on April 18, 1955 at Princeton Hospital in Trenton, New Jersey. In accordance with his wishes, he was cremated without ceremony on the same day, and his ashes scattered at an undisclosed location. But the body that arrived at the cremation oven was not quite complete? it was lacking its brain.
       
      • The researchers found that Einstein?s brain was 15% wider than average, due to the fact that the inferior parietal regions on both hemispheres were much more developed than most. This would have given Einstein some powerful visualization skills, given that these regions of the brain are largely responsible for visuospatial cognition, mathematical thought, and imagery of movement.
      • They also found that Einstein?s brain lacked the groove which usually runs through part of this area, which suggests that the neurons might have been able to work together more easily given their proximity.

    • #3128057

      Dr. Einstein?s Brain

      by karthi4india ·

      In reply to SKarthik.info

      Dr. Albert Einstein died on April 18, 1955 at Princeton Hospital in Trenton, New Jersey. In accordance with his wishes, he was cremated without ceremony on the same day, and his ashes scattered at an undisclosed location. But the body that arrived at the cremation oven was not quite complete? it was lacking its brain.
       
      • The researchers found that Einstein?s brain was 15% wider than average, due to the fact that the inferior parietal regions on both hemispheres were much more developed than most. This would have given Einstein some powerful visualization skills, given that these regions of the brain are largely responsible for visuospatial cognition, mathematical thought, and imagery of movement.
      • They also found that Einstein?s brain lacked the groove which usually runs through part of this area, which suggests that the neurons might have been able to work together more easily given their proximity.

    • #3128021

      Dr. Einstein?s Brain

      by karthi4india ·

      In reply to SKarthik.info

      Dr. Albert Einstein died on April 18, 1955 at Princeton Hospital in Trenton, New Jersey. In accordance with his wishes, he was cremated without ceremony on the same day, and his ashes scattered at an undisclosed location. But the body that arrived at the cremation oven was not quite complete? it was lacking its brain.
       
      • The researchers found that Einstein?s brain was 15% wider than average, due to the fact that the inferior parietal regions on both hemispheres were much more developed than most. This would have given Einstein some powerful visualization skills, given that these regions of the brain are largely responsible for visuospatial cognition, mathematical thought, and imagery of movement.
      • They also found that Einstein?s brain lacked the groove which usually runs through part of this area, which suggests that the neurons might have been able to work together more easily given their proximity.

    • #3127975

      Dr. Einstein?s Brain

      by karthi4india ·

      In reply to SKarthik.info

      Dr. Albert Einstein died on April 18, 1955 at Princeton Hospital in Trenton, New Jersey. In accordance with his wishes, he was cremated without ceremony on the same day, and his ashes scattered at an undisclosed location. But the body that arrived at the cremation oven was not quite complete? it was lacking its brain.
       
      • The researchers found that Einstein?s brain was 15% wider than average, due to the fact that the inferior parietal regions on both hemispheres were much more developed than most. This would have given Einstein some powerful visualization skills, given that these regions of the brain are largely responsible for visuospatial cognition, mathematical thought, and imagery of movement.
      • They also found that Einstein?s brain lacked the groove which usually runs through part of this area, which suggests that the neurons might have been able to work together more easily given their proximity.

    • #3127939

      Dr. Einstein?s Brain

      by karthi4india ·

      In reply to SKarthik.info

      Dr. Albert Einstein died on April 18, 1955 at Princeton Hospital in Trenton, New Jersey. In accordance with his wishes, he was cremated without ceremony on the same day, and his ashes scattered at an undisclosed location. But the body that arrived at the cremation oven was not quite complete? it was lacking its brain.
       
      • The researchers found that Einstein?s brain was 15% wider than average, due to the fact that the inferior parietal regions on both hemispheres were much more developed than most. This would have given Einstein some powerful visualization skills, given that these regions of the brain are largely responsible for visuospatial cognition, mathematical thought, and imagery of movement.
      • They also found that Einstein?s brain lacked the groove which usually runs through part of this area, which suggests that the neurons might have been able to work together more easily given their proximity.

    • #3127930

      Dr. Einstein?s Brain

      by karthi4india ·

      In reply to SKarthik.info

      Dr. Albert Einstein died on April 18, 1955 at Princeton Hospital in Trenton, New Jersey. In accordance with his wishes, he was cremated without ceremony on the same day, and his ashes scattered at an undisclosed location. But the body that arrived at the cremation oven was not quite complete? it was lacking its brain.
       
      • The researchers found that Einstein?s brain was 15% wider than average, due to the fact that the inferior parietal regions on both hemispheres were much more developed than most. This would have given Einstein some powerful visualization skills, given that these regions of the brain are largely responsible for visuospatial cognition, mathematical thought, and imagery of movement.
      • They also found that Einstein?s brain lacked the groove which usually runs through part of this area, which suggests that the neurons might have been able to work together more easily given their proximity.

    • #3127912

      Dr. Einstein?s Brain

      by karthi4india ·

      In reply to SKarthik.info

      Dr. Albert Einstein died on April 18, 1955 at Princeton Hospital in Trenton, New Jersey. In accordance with his wishes, he was cremated without ceremony on the same day, and his ashes scattered at an undisclosed location. But the body that arrived at the cremation oven was not quite complete? it was lacking its brain.
       
      • The researchers found that Einstein?s brain was 15% wider than average, due to the fact that the inferior parietal regions on both hemispheres were much more developed than most. This would have given Einstein some powerful visualization skills, given that these regions of the brain are largely responsible for visuospatial cognition, mathematical thought, and imagery of movement.
      • They also found that Einstein?s brain lacked the groove which usually runs through part of this area, which suggests that the neurons might have been able to work together more easily given their proximity.

    • #3127831

      Dr. Einstein?s Brain

      by karthi4india ·

      In reply to SKarthik.info

      Dr. Albert Einstein died on April 18, 1955 at Princeton Hospital in Trenton, New Jersey. In accordance with his wishes, he was cremated without ceremony on the same day, and his ashes scattered at an undisclosed location. But the body that arrived at the cremation oven was not quite complete? it was lacking its brain.
       
      • The researchers found that Einstein?s brain was 15% wider than average, due to the fact that the inferior parietal regions on both hemispheres were much more developed than most. This would have given Einstein some powerful visualization skills, given that these regions of the brain are largely responsible for visuospatial cognition, mathematical thought, and imagery of movement.
      • They also found that Einstein?s brain lacked the groove which usually runs through part of this area, which suggests that the neurons might have been able to work together more easily given their proximity.

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      Dr. Einstein?s Brain

      by karthi4india ·

      In reply to SKarthik.info

      Dr. Albert Einstein died on April 18, 1955 at Princeton Hospital in Trenton, New Jersey. In accordance with his wishes, he was cremated without ceremony on the same day, and his ashes scattered at an undisclosed location. But the body that arrived at the cremation oven was not quite complete? it was lacking its brain.
       
      • The researchers found that Einstein?s brain was 15% wider than average, due to the fact that the inferior parietal regions on both hemispheres were much more developed than most. This would have given Einstein some powerful visualization skills, given that these regions of the brain are largely responsible for visuospatial cognition, mathematical thought, and imagery of movement.
      • They also found that Einstein?s brain lacked the groove which usually runs through part of this area, which suggests that the neurons might have been able to work together more easily given their proximity.

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      Dr. Einstein?s Brain

      by karthi4india ·

      In reply to SKarthik.info

      Dr. Albert Einstein died on April 18, 1955 at Princeton Hospital in Trenton, New Jersey. In accordance with his wishes, he was cremated without ceremony on the same day, and his ashes scattered at an undisclosed location. But the body that arrived at the cremation oven was not quite complete? it was lacking its brain.
       
      • The researchers found that Einstein?s brain was 15% wider than average, due to the fact that the inferior parietal regions on both hemispheres were much more developed than most. This would have given Einstein some powerful visualization skills, given that these regions of the brain are largely responsible for visuospatial cognition, mathematical thought, and imagery of movement.
      • They also found that Einstein?s brain lacked the groove which usually runs through part of this area, which suggests that the neurons might have been able to work together more easily given their proximity.

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      Dr. Einstein?s Brain

      by karthi4india ·

      In reply to SKarthik.info

      Dr. Albert Einstein died on April 18, 1955 at Princeton Hospital in Trenton, New Jersey. In accordance with his wishes, he was cremated without ceremony on the same day, and his ashes scattered at an undisclosed location. But the body that arrived at the cremation oven was not quite complete? it was lacking its brain.
       
      • The researchers found that Einstein?s brain was 15% wider than average, due to the fact that the inferior parietal regions on both hemispheres were much more developed than most. This would have given Einstein some powerful visualization skills, given that these regions of the brain are largely responsible for visuospatial cognition, mathematical thought, and imagery of movement.
      • They also found that Einstein?s brain lacked the groove which usually runs through part of this area, which suggests that the neurons might have been able to work together more easily given their proximity.

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