Saturday, August 23, 2008


Assalamualaikum dan salam sejahtera..
kepada seluruh rakyat malaysia.
saya menulis buletin ini untuk memberitahu kepada semua supaya siapa-siapa diantara kamu yang lahir dari kelompok 1988 hingga kini janganlah kamu mengundi atau memilih mana-mana parti politik yang sedia ada hari ini. Hal ini saya katakan kerana kita perlu satu sistem pentadbiran yang baru iaitu KERAJAAN MALAYSIA.Apa yang saya maksudkan KERAJAAN MALAYSIA ialah kerajaan yang bukan terbentuk oleh satu parti atau pakatan politik sahaja seperti KERAJAAN BN,KERAJAAN PAS,KERAJAAN PKR,KERAJAAN DAP atau mana-mana kerjaaan yang tercipta dan memerintah kerana parti atau pakatan mereka menang pilihanraya.
Saya mengusulkan pada seluruh rakyat Malaysia terutama generasi yang akan datang dengan satu sistem pentadbiran yang lebih cekap.Disini saya akan menerangkan serba sedikit ciri-ciri sistem pentadbiran yang baru.Kita akan membahagi semua parti politik yang ada di Malaysia dengan kerusi parlimen sama banyak supaya berlaku keseimbangan kuasa.katakan kini ada 200 kerusi parlimen,kita akan bahagikan sama rata iaitu BN=40 kerusi PAS=40 kerusi PKR=40 kerusi dan seterusnya. Mungkin ramai tertanya-tanya bagaimana dengan perdana menteri bukan? PM kita akan lantik melalui satu pilihanraya seluruh negara dimana rakyat semua akan mengundi.PM tidak boleh menyertai mana-mana parti politik.Untuk menjadi PM perlulah mendapat persetujuan Majlis Pencalonan Perdana Menteri(majlis yang akan dibuat).majlis ini terdiri dari semua aspek contohnya ekonomi,agama,kenteteraan,akademik dan lain2 lagi.Ahli-ahli dalam majlis ini juga tidak boleh menyertai mana-mana ahli politik.Majlis ini secara kasarnya terdiri dari 100 orang profesor,100 orang pakar ekonomi,100 orang ulama negara,14 mufti negara,Majlis raja-raja, dan seterusnya.Apa yang ingin disampaikan disini ialah majlis ini akan memilih orang yang betul-betul layak bertanding untuk PM.Apa relevan majlis ini adalah supaya PM yang dilantik nanti adalah seorang yang dipercayai dari segi semua aspek.Sesiapa yang diberi mandat oleh majlis ini boleh bertanding untuk jawatan perdana menteri. Menteri-menteri kabinet yang lain juga akan dilantik dengan cara begini.Ahli parlimen pula akan bertindak sebagai penasihat kepada menteri-menteri.Setiap satu parti akan menghantar satu ahli parlimen untuk menjadi penasihat.contohnya menteri kewangan(dilantik oleh rakyat) dan mempunyai penasihat yang terdiri dari 1 wakil dari BN,PAS,PKR dan lain-lain.
bagaimana untuk kita melaksanakan ini?.Disebakan sistem pentadbiran sekarang menyatakan sesiapa menjadi kerajaan pusat akan memerintah,maka TERPAKSA kita mencipta satu lagi parti politik dan memenangi pilihanraya supaya dapat membentuk kerajaan.Apabila kerajaan tercipta kita akan membubarkan segala sistem yang ada dan mencipta sistem seperti diatas dengan membubar kerajaan parti sistem sendiri.Perjuangan parti sistem hanyalah untuk mengubah sistem pentadbiran yang salah ketika ini.Oleh itu saya meminta supaya rakyat Malaysia yang lahir dari 1988-kini tidak dipengaruhi oleh mana-mana parti politik.Kita hanya perlu tunggu parti sistem masuk bertanding dalam pilihanraya dan membentuk kerajaan baru yang lebih adil.Jikalau kalian setuju sila sebarkan perkara ini supaya kita dapat mencipta KERAJAAN MALAYSIA yang adil dan cekap. Jika ada sebarang pertanyaan atau kritikan anda boleh memberi emel pada saya. pemikiran...

Tuesday, August 19, 2008


Beginilah suasana di lab paleon kami..huhhu..lan ni leh masuk anytime korang nak untuk wat apa keje..mcm biasa bagi geologist..sume lab geology bersepah dan x ada yang kemas..lagi2 lab seni yg tgh wat testi..huhuu
video ni plak video kite orang dalam lab paleon..saksikan..

Monday, August 18, 2008

di tanjuNG Aru

gambA ni diAmbIK lEpas balik daRi fielD Work kITE orG kaT SekitAr KK..pEnat SEh..keJe 2 AMIk mASa dekat SeminGGu aku rAsa BAru Setel..GEoloGy MMg maKan BYk DUit..


EnjoY! go@ FUtuRe GEoloGISt

Sunday, August 17, 2008

laju nak mampos mamat ni!

He did it in 9.69 seconds, and immediately one had to wonder how much faster he could go. Faster than a speeding bullet?

The showman teased our imaginations. But he denied us the answer, shrugging off questions about why he coasted for the final 20 meters rather than obliterate the world record.

“I didn’t come here to run the world record because I am the world-record holder,’’ he said. “I came here to win.’’


This wasn’t so much an Olympic 100-meter final as a tantalizing one-man show. Because the World’s Fastest Man is also the World’s Biggest Ham.

He was dancing before the race even began.

Shimmying in front of the starting blocks, Bolt struck a pose during pre-race introductions as if the race was over before it started. Turns out it was, and Bolt had post-race entertainment planned for the enthralled sellout crowd of 91,000.

It took him fewer than 10 seconds to run 100 meters but at least 10 minutes to complete his victory lap. He pulled off his gold spikes and held them aloft, wrapped himself in a Jamaican flag and clowned as if he were on stage at a karaoke bar rather than on the biggest stage of the Olympics.

“I like to have fun,’’ he explained.

Munching on a post-race snack during a press conference, Bolt said there would be plenty of time to test his limits and lower the world record. That’s the most mind-boggling part about it – what might come next.

He is only 21, and his specialty is the 200 meters. Like a lot of things in life, Bolt runs the 100 for fun.

At 6 feet 5, he stands in stark contrast to the shorter and stockier sprinters. Too tall to run the 100, most experts thought before the jolly giant arrived on the scene. It took him five races as a pro before he broke the world record.

“He’s a freak of nature,’’ said Darvis Patton, one of seven runners who was vying for the silver medal in Saturday’s final, seeing that Bolt could have jogged his way to the gold.

Lightning Bolt, they call him. Prodigy, they called him before that.

At 15, Bolt became the youngest-ever world junior champion in the 200. He qualified for the 2004 Games at the age of 17, but an injury derailed his chance of medaling. His coaches then urged him to begin running the 400, too, but Bolt hated the 400 workouts. So earlier this year, he and his coach cut a deal.

If Bolt broke the Jamaican record for the 200, he could give up the 400 in favor of the 100. So Bolt promptly broke that record and began a mind-boggling dash to the title of World’s Fastest Man.

He earned it May 31 when he beat Tyson Gay, the reigning world champion, and lowered the world record to 9.72 seconds from the 9.74 Jamaica’s Asafa Powell had run. Six weeks later, at the U.S. Olympic trials, Gay ran a wind-aided 9.68, setting up a hotly anticipated showdown with the young phenom.

But six days later, Gay suffered a hamstring injury and he failed to regain his form by Saturday, when he finished fifth in his semifinal heat. The mention of that after the race was about the only time Bolt looked downcast.

“I was looking forward to racing Tyson,’’ he said. “To be the best, you’ve got to beat the best.’’

But on Saturday, Bolt looked unbeatable. Next, he’ll turn his attention to the 200 meters, with the first rounds set for Monday and the finals scheduled for Wednesday. If he wins the event, he’ll become the first man to capture the gold in the 100 and 200 since Carl Lewis in 1984. Without anyone as talented as Lewis around to challenge him in the 200, he might be competing against history.

The world record of 19.32 seconds, set by Michael Johnson at the 1996 Olympics, looks within Bolt’s grasp. Marveling at Bolt’s performance, Johnson already has said of the 12-year-old record that he’s “ready to kiss it goodbye.’’

But if it happens, it might be incidental. Bolt looks and sounds more interested in winning gold medals and celebrating. When he had circled the track and finally completed his joyous and comical victory lap, he looked up at the crowd and took a bow.

Make no mistake. For the young showman, there will be an encore.