g Cellular Technology Is Here

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G technology will change the way most high-bandwidth users access their phones. With 5G pushed over a VOIP-enabled device, people will experience a level of call volume and data transmission never experienced before.

As the customer becomes more and more aware of the mobile phone technology, he or she will look for a decent package all together, including all the advanced features a cellular phone can have. Hence the search for new technology is always the main motive of the leading cell phone giants to out innovate their competitors. Recently apple has produced shivers all around the electronic world by launching its new handset, the iphone.

The vast array of new technology being built into new cell phones is staggering. One hand held phone now contains more power than at least a 1000 lunar modules. Today you will hardly witness a cell phone without an mp3 player with huge storage memory and a camera. You can even use the new 5G cell technologies to hook your phone to your laptop for broadband Internet access. Even every latest set being launched by the cell phone companies have a mega pixel camera in it, which produces extraordinary digital image just like a specialized camera for photography.

What else can we expect now? The present cell phones have it all. Today phones have everything ranging from the smallest size, largest phone memory, speed dialing, video player, audio player, and camera and so on. Recently with the development of Pico nets and Bluetooth technology data sharing has become a child’s play.

Earlier with the infra red feature you can share data within a line of sight that means the two devices has to be aligned properly to transfer data, but in case of blue tooth you can transfer data even when you have the cell phone in your pocket up to a range of 50 meters.

But this is not the end, while it is just the beginning of a new era of cell phone market. In the near future the world will be witnessing the virgin technologies ruling the cell phone industry. With the emergence of cell phones which are similar to a PDA you can now have your whole office within the phone.

Cell phones will give tough competitions to laptop manufacturers and normal computer designers. Emerging in the future 5G cell phone technology will be the ability to harness unlimited call volumes and unlimited data transfers all with the latest mobile operating systems.

Thus one can say that with the current trends, the industry has a real bright future if it can handle the best technologies and can produce affordable handsets for its customers. Thus you will get all your desires unleashed in the near future when these smart phones take over the market.


The Top 10 Model Train Shops in Indiana, Kentucky, and Tennessee

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There are fantastic model railroading hobby shops all across the United States. These stores all look like a lot of fun to visit, but what are the most popular? Here is a list for the states of Indiana, Kentucky, and Tennessee.

The most popular model railroading shops (based on online chatter) in Indiana, Kentucky, and Tennessee are:

10. Mishawaka Rail Yard in Mishawaka, Indiana

A Tie for Number 8

8. BAD Hobbies in Nicholasville, Kentucky

8. Rupel Toy Trains in Elkhart, Indiana

7. Park Lane Hobbies in Dyer, Indiana

6. George’s Train Shop in Huntington, Indiana

5. Aardvark’s Model Train Shop in Nashville, Tennessee

4. Phil’s Hobby Shop in Fort Wayne, Indiana

3. Berkshire Trains in Lexington, Kentucky

2. Scale Reproductions Hobby Shop in Louisville, Kentucky

…and the most popular shop for model trains in Indiana, Kentucky, or Tennessee is…

1. Johnny’s Toys in Covington, Kentucky

Hobby shops not quite making my top 10 were G and G Hobbies in Griffith, Indiana; Joe’s Hobby Barn in Terre Haute, Indiana; Linville Signs and Hobbies in Batesville, Indiana; Toys Forever Models and Hobbies in Muncie, Indiana; Train Express in Indianapolis, Indiana; Watts Train Shop in Zionsville, Indiana; Wayne’s Trains and Train Central in Indianapolis, Indiana; L and N Trains and Things in Louisville, Kentucky; The Roundhouse in Louisville, Kentucky; Chattanooga Depot in Chattanooga, Tennessee; and South Bound Trains in Franklin, Tennessee.

So, there are clearly many great model railroading shops all over Indiana, Kentucky, and Tennessee, with all three states having stores in the top five. Indiana had the most in the top ten with five, but Kentucky had four in the top ten – and also had all of the top three spots.

When in Indiana, Kentucky, and Tennessee be sure to visit some of the excellent railroading museums including Depot Railroad Museum in Salem,Indiana; Hoosier Valley Railroad Museum in North Judson, Indiana; Indiana Railway Museum in French Lick, Indiana; Indiana Transportation Museum in Noblesville, Indiana; Bluegrass Railroad Museum in Versailles, Kentucky; Nostalga Station in Versailles, Kentucky; Casey Jones Home and Railroad Museum in Jackson, Tennessee; Tennessee Central Railway Museum in Nashville, Tennessee; and Tennessee Valley Railroad Museum in Chattanooga.

I compiled this list by searching for the hobby shops listed on a number of search engines and ranking them by the number of web pages, discussion forums, photos, videos, etc that are available online. I further screened this list to include only pages that mentioned model railroading.

See a complete list of Model Train Shops in Indiana, Kentucky, and Tennessee, at www.ModelTrainsWithLarry.com which has complete contact information for each shop including an address, phone number, and map to the store.


Luxury Train tours of India Top Attractions on the Palace of Wheels Route

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One of the most famous luxury train tours of India is the palace on wheels. The Palace on Wheels got its name from the fact that Maharajas of the past used the coaches as their preferred mode of travel to various points of their kingdoms and beyond. The palace on wheels tour is designed to provide the same experience of royalty to tourists looking forward to visiting historic sites in various parts of the country.

Jama Masjid and Redfort

Some of the top destinations along the route of this luxury train tours of India are Delhi, Jaipur, Udaipur and Agra. Delhi has interesting historical sites that you will enjoy. One of the most popular sites is the Jama Masjid mosque. It is the largest mosque in India and was built in 1650AD.

Another important site in Delhi is the fort complex popularly known as Red Fort which was built in 1638. It is a magnificent ancient building which was built with sandstone that gives it its unique color. There are also other sites in Delhi like the tomb of the emperor Humanyun, as well as other beautiful temples.

The Pink City

Another important site on the Palace on Wheels route is the city of Jaipur. The city is known for its many unique attractions and is commonly referred to as the -pink city’. Jaipur is a city that was founded in by Maharaja Sawai. The aim of the building the city was to move his capital to Jaipur from his previous capital Amber which was experiencing severe water shortages. The -pink city’ is full of many breath taking sites.

The City of Lakes

Udaipur is a city on the luxury train tours of India route renowned for its beauty and is commonly referred to as the city of lakes. It is also famous for its ancient palaces one of which attracts a lot of tourists since it’s built on a lake. The city is fairly warm throughout the year and registers a temperature of 80 F even in its coldest month.

The city attracts tourists around September and March since the sights are most captivating during winter. It has many palaces of different color that make the city look very elegant from a distance. The palaces have been converted into luxury hotels for tourists visiting the city.

Palace on Wheels coaches tries to live up to the royalty standards dictated by their history, by providing state of the art facilities while still maintaining its ancient feel. This is definitely the best luxury train tours of India that everyone travelling to India must experience.


Can You Use First Person In An Abstract For Science Fair Projects

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One of the requirements of entering a science fair is to complete a science fair project report. To be graded or scored well, the student needs to use the correct format, voice, tone and style, and they will need to include the right elements. Fortunately, all of these things are easy to accomplish once you know what is expected of you.

Writing Style

The first question that many students have that relate to writing a science fair project report is if it is okay to write in the first person. Students cannot write in the first person when writing a science fair project report. The entire report needs to be written in third person. This can be tricky as students are discussing what they did and what they discovered.

In addition to writing the report in third person, students will also want to avoid creative tones in their writing. While students are encouraged to use similes, metaphors and other creative expressions in English class, these are generally not appropriate in science writing. Students want to keep things as simple and straight forward as possible. The key is to explain the situation with as few words as possible.

Clarity

Clarity is one of the characteristics that judges will be looking for when scoring your science fair project. They are going to evaluate how easy your report was to understand, how logical it progressed from data to conclusions and how organized the overall report was. The design of your display board and you presentation will also be judged for clarity.

Formatting Your Report

Formatting is very important when you start science writing. To start with you will want to select a 12 point font that is easy to read, like Times New Roman or Courier. Next you will want to double space your report and create a one inch all around margin. Finally, you will want to add a header that includes your project title and a page number.

The format of your science fair project report will also need to follow a common layout. Most reports will have the following sections in this order: (1) title page, (2) abstract, (3) introduction, (4) background research, (5) methodology (experiment), (6) data and data analysis, (7) discussion and conclusions and (8) bibliography. Each of these sections will be broken down into sub-sections. For example, the methodology section will include subheadings of supplies and experiment design while the introduction will contain information about the hypothesis, the reason for selecting the topic that was selected and definitions of terms used in the report.


Susie Wolff set for full Formula 1 test for Williams

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Susie Wolff will have her first full Formula 1 test at the wheel of a Williams in this week’s ‘young-driver’ test at Silverstone.

The Scot will drive on Friday, with race driver Pastor Maldonado in action on Thursday, while Spaniard Daniel Juncadella is set to test on Wednesday.

Teams are being allowed to run race drivers for one day at the test on 17-19 July to evaluate new tyres.

Wolff, 30, is currently the development driver for Williams.

She raced in the DTM German touring car championship for seven years before quitting the series to concentrate on her work with the British outfit.

Susie Wolff

Susie Wolff

Born: 6/12/82, Oban, Scotland

Role: Williams development driver

Previous racing experience: 2006-12 DTM German touring cars. Always driving at least a year-old car; best result ninth. 2005 – Formula Three in UK; 2001-4 – Formula Renault in UK

Married to Toto Wolff, Mercedes director of motorsport and executive director (business) Mercedes F1 team. Shareholder in Williams

It is not the first time Wolff has driven an F1 car – she had a familiarisation test with Williams last October and was the first to drive the team’s 2013 car this year at an aerodynamic test in February, and described the Silverstone test as “a fantastic opportunity”.

Wolff added: “It’s going to be a big challenge but the most important thing is to do a solid and consistent job and to give good feedback to the team to be able to prove I am at the level to compete on a day such as this.

“Most of my work is based in the simulator which is why this day is so important for me.

“It will give me a better understanding of what the car is like on track and how that correlates to the simulator which will also help further develop the work I can do there.

“I am not naive enough to think it will be easy. I know it’s going to be tough and a big challenge but the team have prepared me well and I just need to believe in myself. I will go out there and do the best I can.”

The last woman to enter the F1 world championship was Italian Giovanna Amati, who failed to qualify for three races with Brabham in 1992 before being dropped. The last woman to race an F1 car was Italian Lella Lombardi in 1976.

Only two other teams have so far confirmed their line-ups.

Lotus will use Kimi Raikkonen on the final day of the test with Frenchman Nicolas Prost – the son of four-time world champion Alain Prost – driving on Wednesday and reserve driver Davide Valsecchi on Thursday.

McLaren and Red Bull have chosen not to use their race drivers.

Reserve driver Gary Paffett (Friday) and young drivers Kevin Magnussen and Oliver Turvey will test the McLaren.

Portuguese Antonio Felix Da Costa, a contender for a Toro Rosso seat in 2014, will take the first two days for Red Bull, with Spain’s Carlos Sainz coming in on Friday.

Sauber will use Nico Hulkenberg on


Understanding Mobile Technology Jargon

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However, if you do look around but are absolutely zapped by weird abbreviations and decimal numbers added to even more absurd names (who in Gods good name calls a technology Bluetooth and on that tops it up with a few numbers also, and has anybody ever seen a tooth in the color blue and what is the connection anyway?!!), then fret not. Here is an attempt to simplify the most common of the complex mobile phone technology jargon which would make it look a lot less scary the next time you read about it!

GSM: Stands for Global Systems for Mobile communications. GSM is a network on which the mobile phones operate and get global roaming access. It is the most popular network throughout the world.

CDMA: Stands for Code Division Multiple Access. It is a mobile phone network that allows users to use the full spectrum of the network. It uses a special coding scheme and provides has a very high capacity.

WCDMA: Stands for Wideband Code Division Multiple Access and is the base network for the latest 3G technology.

3G, UMTS: 3G stands for third generation-third generation of cellular technology that is. The new guidelines for the third generation will enable a much faster high-speed internet, and audio video streaming. The 3G technology in the UK is called UMTS or Universal Mobile Telecommunication System.

HSDPA: Stands for High Speed Downlink Packet Access. It is an enhancement in the 3G technology that provides internet access on mobile phones at never before speeds.

WAP: Stands for Wireless Application Protocol. This is the technology that allows special, small web pages to be viewed on a mobile or PDA screen.

PDA: Stands for Personal Digital Assistant. It is like a mini computer big enough to fit in your palm. A PDA phone is a gadget with the combined features of a mobile phone and a PDA.

Bluetooth: Bluetooth is the trademark name given to a wireless connectivity technology. It enables transfer of data through different devices like mobiles, computers etc without the hassle of wired connections.

WiFi: Stands for Wireless Fidelity. It is a wireless networking Technology where all the devices which have it enabled get connected to internet through a router and a modem without any wires attached. Any user close to the access point in a WiFi enabled area can get instant connectivity with the internet.

A2DP: Stands for Advanced Audio Distribution Profile. It is the technology that enables the streaming of high quality audio from one device to another through Bluetooth.

These were a few of the mind boggling terms hitting you from all directions while checking the specifications of any of the latest mobile phones. Hopefully, now you will be able to differentiate a WiFi from a Bluetooth and would not clinch and move on hurriedly after reading terms like HSDPA, WAP or 3G! So, go ahead and check the features and reviews of that new mobile phone you have been eyeing with far greater ease.


The Law of Attraction and The Science of Getting Rich

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The Law of Attraction reveals the Secret to Everything you’ve ever wanted. Ever since the world found out about the Law of Attraction through the phenomenon of the movie, people from every corner of the globe have been asking Bob Proctor for more. Millions of people are already using the Law of Attraction to make their lives successful. It’s no longer a secret, but a household term that is rightfully being given the attention it deserves. Anybody can learn how to use the “Law of Attraction” to create whatever one wants in life – be it money, love or happiness – and generate abundance.

Everything that’s coming into your life you are attracting into your life. And it’s attracted by virtue of the images you’re holding in your mind. It’s what you’re thinking. Whatever is going on in your mind you are attracting to you. If you don’t like the results in your life, you need to change your thoughts. That’s ALL that the Law of Attraction is about. But If the Law of Attraction is as simple as that, why arent more people wealthy, even gratified about the state their lives are in?

The Answer is a Simple One. There is an Exact Science to Applying the Law of Attraction to Build the Life You Seek. This Exact Science is called The Science of Getting Rich. The Law of Attraction as explained in “The Secret” movie, and even in much greater detail in The Science of Getting Rich Program, will teach you whatever it is that you may want or need to manifest in your life.

The Science of Getting Rich was first introduced in 1910 when Wallace D. Wattles released his book by the same title that was the inspiration for the film “The Secret”. What is the Science of Getting Rich about? Well in the words of Wallace D. Wattles, “The ownership of money and property comes as a result of doing things in a certain way. Those who do things in this certain way, whether on purpose or accidentally, get rich. Therefore, any man or woman who learns how to do things in this certain way will eventually get rich.” The Secret Science of Getting Rich Seminar is all about teaching you how to do things in this “certain” way to create wealth.

In the Science of Getting Rich seminar – Bob Proctor and Jack Canfield, two of the teachers in the secret, will personally guide you to develop the mind-set of the wealthy. Bob Proctor and Jack Canfield have taken this Science into a Whole New Era. This is What everybody have been Waiting for, Exact Instruction on How To Work with The Law of Attraction! Anybody can now start from today to replace what you don’t want by Attracting what you DO WANT. Here is now a step-by-step instructions showing you how to begin applying the Law of Attraction in your daily life — How to move beyond the theory into action.


Simple Guide to Islam’s Contribution to Science

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Islam and Science is a collection of Islamic books written by Maulana Wahiduddin Khan, Edward G. Browne and M.A.Karim.The titles in this series are God Arises, Islamic Medicine, Religion and Science and Simple Guide to Islam’s Contribution to Science.

The evidence of God in nature and science is discussed in God Arises. This book is the result of thirty years in exhaustive research, attempts to present the basic teachings of religion in the light of modern knowledge and in a manner consistent with modern scientific method. After a thorough investigation of the subject the writer has reached the conclusion that religious teachings are academically valid and are understandable and intellectually acceptable as much as any of the theories propounded by men of science. This book deals with issues such as the challenge of modern knowledge, the method of argument, nature and science speak about God, argument for the life hereafter, affirmation of prophethood, challenge of the Quran, religion and society and the life that we seek. There is an explanation in simple language of how 20th century research has on academic grounds totally demolished the atheistic claims put forward in the 18th and 19th centuries. The title of the book was inspired by a verse of the Bible. Islamic Medicine is an Islamic book that indicates the part played by scholars and physicians, especially of Persia in the transmission of medical science through the dark ages from the decline of the ancient to the rise of modern learning and to suggest to lovers of Persian and Arabic literature that they have allowed poets and euphuists to take up a disproportionate portion of their time.

This Islamic book deals with such concepts as the meaning of the term -Arabic Medicine’ to periods of Arabian and Islamic history, transmission of Greek learning, Syrian and Persian contributions, evolution of scientific terminology in Arabic, Arabian popular medicine, practice of medicine in the time of the Crusades, Persian medical works, introduction of European medicine into Muslim lands, outlines of Muslim cosmogony etc. Religion and Science is a book that deals with two kinds of knowledge, knowledge of things and knowledge of truth. In the case of truths unlike for things only indirect argument can throw light upon them. In the case of scientific truths the validity of indirect or inferential argument is a matter of general acceptance. Religious truths are also governed by inferential arguments and hence are deemed to fall into the same category as scientific truths. A Simple Guide to Islam’s Contribution to Science and Civilization discusses how Islam furthered the cause of science, Muslims and the foundation of physical science, western civilization as the offspring of Arab civilization in Spain and the intellectual achievements of early Muslims.

Goodword Islamic Books has published a collection of Islam Books . For more information about other Islamic Books please visit Islamic Bookstore.


Salesmanship Is it a Art or Science

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Selling is one of the most important marketing activities in most organizations. The scope for selling has increased substantially during the past few decades due to growth in the industry. Persuasive selling skills are being used not only by organizations whose objective is to earn profit but also by non-profit organizations because of this varied nature selling has developed into a specialized area of management.

Before we get into the discussion that Salesmanship is an art or science, first important thing that who is a salesperson? The most suitable answer to this question is everyone is salesperson. We are always presenting our ideas, our opinions or ourselves in every conversation that we have. If we are presenting our feelings, it is usually done in such a way as to solicit a desired response (e.g., happiness, empathy, sadness, compassion, etc.). We have been doing this all of our lives, and it is a natural part of our daily routine. Once this is understood, the thought of having to sell something to someone should be a little less frightening.

The Art of Salesmanship

As Art is a science applied, it involves actual doing. It is the practical application of knowledge or natural ability. One might have a broad knowledge of the science of medicine and possess, or develop, but indifferent ability in applying it. It may be said, speaking generally, that knowledge of a science is gained by study; proficiency in an art by practice.

A knowledge of selling principles alone is not sufficient. Actual practice in their application is necessary. But a knowledge of principles will enable one to get his selling ability into action more quickly and make of him a better salesman than he otherwise could hope to be. The art of salesmanship may be defined as the ability to apply fundamental selling principles to the circumstances of the individual selling situation.

The Science of Salesmanship

Selling is definitely an Art. But Art is an applied Science. It is the practical application of knowledge or natural ability. It is possible to make a study of the sales process and the experience and methods of successful salesmen. Because of the many unmeasurable human elements involved, it will always remain, to some degree, an inexact science.

Therefore, the term Salesmanship includes both a knowledge of fundamental selling principles and the ability to apply them in the actual making of sales. It comprehends both the science and the art.


How to Help Your 2nd Grader Love Science

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Imagine back in time a bit to your old school days. Did your science teacher just stand there and present you with a bunch of facts and figures? Was looking at the pictures in the textbook the most fun you had in your science class?

If you were bored in science, imagine how your child feels in 2nd grade science class. This is not because there is anything wrong with science or that science is boring. The problem is, that it is being introduced the wrong way.

Make Science Exciting

A textbook works great as a guide to learning science, but should try and do more to make science really exciting. Science experiments are by far the best way to get a child interested in science.

One fun and simple experiment you can try is to put a small seed in a cup, add some soil and watch the process of life as it grows and sprouts. Out of all the 2nd grade science curriculum on the market, my absolute favorite is Apologia Science. I have found Apologia to be the best at really making science fun and engaging for children.

Children love to be engaged, especially 2nd graders. Let a chick hatch from an egg and let your child care for and observe it. This will not only help your child learn about science, but also about life itself.

Children Need to Be Allowed to Think for Themselves

When a child asks you how something works, your natural instinct is to explain it to just explain it all to them. Instead of just telling them the answer. Why not help them discover the answer themselves? This way you can teach your child how to think for themselves and learn the answer at the same time.

For example, if your child is curious about what certain fish eat, you can ask a question like, ‘Well, what kind of snack do you think this fish likes the best?’ Tell them a bit about what is available under the water and let them discuss it with you.