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Monday, 7 November 2011

bukan di negara kita aja berlaku...kecurian kabel besi buruk dsbnya


Ada terbaca masalah kecurian kabel tembaga berleluasa di serata bahagian dunia. Selain dari emas, tembaga adalah salah satu bahan logam yang berharga.

Kesanggupan orang mencuri live cable atau kabel yang bersambung dengan arus kuasa elektrik yang bervoltan tinggi sungguh membahayakan nyawa orang awam, kaki tangan yg bertugas apa lagi diri sendiri. Tapi mungkin desakan hidup yang kuat maka ada yang sanggup melakukan apa saja bak kata pujangga " something for nothing culture" yang begitu kuat melanda generasi sekarang.

Something for nothing adalah sifat melakukan sesuatu dan mendapat keuntungan *(sbg contohnya) tanpa kerugian apa apa (tanpa mengeluarkan modal,peluh dsbnya, cuma ambil percuma dan jual, dapat duit/hasil).
Something for nothing culture ni dah menular disegala aspek masyarakat sejagat dari yang berilmu dan berpangkat serta berkuasa hinggalah yang dikategori kan kelas terbawah didalam masyarakat.

Mereka ini hanya memikirkan diri sendiri, bila mereka melakukan tabiat ini.  Yang melakukan ini di golongan kelas terbawah masyarakat sanggup melakukan mungkin terdesak nak jalan mudah, mudah tunai/easy cash.
Ini dilakukan tanpa sedikitpun memikirkan risiko dan akibatnya pada diri sendiri apa lagi orang lain.

Tapi bila dilihat kecurian kabel kabel di negara kita, di negara maju, ada sanggup mengambil di sekolah, di rumah ibadat, dan juga tugu tugu peringatan perang dunia 1 dan ke 2 dimana, kebanyakan yang terkorban semasa perang jenazah/ badannya tidak di ketemui, maka sebagai peringatan tugu ini diletakkan nama nama pejuang yang telah terkorban diukir diatas ukiran tembaga dsbnya... dan diletakkan di bandar asal pejuang yang hilang(sah mati) sewaktu perang dunia 1 dan ke 2.
Maka war memorial ini ada tu setua negara kita..

Bayangkan jika tugu peringatan kita di curi.. sebab nak jual sebagai scrap.. betapa kita rasa perjuangan perwira 2 ini tidak dihargai apa lagi dihormati.
Tapi nak salahkan sapa semua mahu hidup senang, tapi halal ke curi ke apa cerita ya..

Baca articles dibawah di ambil dari harian metro dan dmail dgn ucapan terima kasih..untuk renungan bersama...









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75,000 meter kabel telefon dicuri di Kelantan





KOTA BAHARU: Telekom Malaysia Malaysia (TM) Kelantan menanggung kerugian RM4.32 juta apabila kabel telefon sepanjang 144,000 meter telah dicuri di seluruh negeri itu sepanjang tahun lepas.

Pengurus Besarnya, Abdul Rashid Abdul Che Othman berkata sepanjang enam bulan pertama tahun ini, sepanjang 75,000 meter kabel telefon telah dicuri, menyebabkan kerugian lebih RM2.3 juta.



"TM telah mengenal pasti 600 lokasi panas dipasang dengan alat penggera bagi mengelak kejadian mencuri kabel berulang," katanya pada sesi dialog bersama pengusaha besi buruk Kelantan di sini, hari ini.





Program anjuran bersama Tenaga Nasional Berhad (TNB), Polis Diraja Malaysia (PDRM) dan TM, dirasmikan oleh Pemangku Ketua Polis Kelantan, Datuk Mazlan Lazim.





Dalam ucapan perasmiannya, Mazlan memberi amaran bahawa pihaknya akan menarik balik lesen pengusaha besi buruk jika mereka didapati terbabit dengan kegiatan membeli logam curi.





Katanya, sehingga Julai 2010 sebanyak 103 lesen membeli logam dan tembaga kategori A, B dan C telah dikeluarkan di Kelantan.





Bagaimanapun, katanya, setakat ini polis belum membuat sebarang tindakan membatalkan lesen pengusaha terbabit walaupun ada laporan pihak pengusaha membeli besi buruk yang dijual oleh pencuri.






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ARTICLES BELOW ARE taken FROM Dmail online with thanks


:life-size statue of former U.S. President Ronald Reagan unveiled in Newport Beach last month has been removed after vandals allegedly attempted to take it down using a rope and a truck.




The attempted theft of the bronze statue from Bonita Canyon Sports Park occurred early on Sunday.



It was found by authorities broken off its foundation and leaning forward with other damage. Police are looking for the suspect.


Local police received a call at approximately 5:30am on Sunday of a vandalism in progress at Bonita Canyon Sports Park.




A witness reported seeing a suspect attaching a chain or rope to the base of the statue and the extended cab of a tan pick-up truck and attempting to pull it down from its foundation.

The suspect was last seen fleeing into the Port Streets neighbourhood but was not found by police.



City crews removed the statue from its concrete base for repairs.


Police Sergeant Kirk Jacobi told OCRegister.com: 'Either someone really didn't like Reagan or they tried to steal it so they can sell it for scrap metal.'

The statue was dedicated on October 9, after nearly a year of controversy.

Residents debated whether the park should be named for the nation's 40th president and former governor of California, and if, in fact, the statue should be erected at all.




The final structure, proposed by Newport Beach City Councilman Keith Curry, finally went up in honour of the 100th anniversary of the politician's birth.



It was commissioned for about $60,000 raised through private donations.



Officials have not released an estimate of how much it will cost to repair the statue.



Police continue to search for suspects.



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Thieves who stole railway cable worth just £140 ended up leaving commuters stuck for a miserable 50 hours in 160 stationary trains, it has been revealed.




Police say last week's theft from a rail line in Crossgates, Leeds ended up costing more than £46,000 in delays and repairs.



British Transport Police has today appealed for witnesses to the incident where a small amount of cable was stolen but had devastating results.



Pc Linda Rix said the theft caused a large circuit failure meaning trains were stuck until officers and engineers attended the scene and discovered cable had been cut and taken from the line.



'After an investigation, the stolen cable was established to be worth approximately £140 to the thieves,' she said.



'As a result of the theft, 160 trains were affected causing 2,955 minutes of delays, costing the rail industry £46,560.



'Forensic teams analysed cable ends, which were found discarded close to the area, and police are now appealing for anyone with information to come forward.'



Chief Inspector Derek O'Mara, of British Transport Police's dedicated cable squad, Operation Leopard, said: 'The risks these thieves took for just £140 in their pocket is astonishing. It had a massive impact to train services and the rail industry to rectify and amend the damage caused, as well as delaying thousands of passengers - many of whom may have been travelling to important appointments.




'What thieves don't realise is that they are working on live cable, carrying up to 25,000 volts, which can cause extensive burns. They could have been seriously injured or even killed for their mindless efforts.



'The act of stealing, or attempting to steal, cable is extremely dangerous and anyone who has any information about the incident, or who saw any suspicious activity in the area is asked to come forward.'

Warrick Dent, area general manager for Network Rail, added: 'Once again our railway has come under serious attack from thieves bringing misery to thousands of passengers. Our engineers worked to resume services as quickly as possible and we will be working with British Transport Police to catch those responsible.



'Cable theft is a serious issue - disrupting and delaying both passengers and essential freight deliveries. We will look for the courts to reflect the misery caused by these individuals when they are caught and brought for sentencing.'



Sacred memories sold as scrap: Clampdown on dealers who encourage pillage of war memorials, demand police




Campaigners fighting to save war memorials from scrap metal thieves say only a handful have ever been brought to justice.


Tragically, the War Memorials Trust also revealed that only one in ten of the stolen plaques and statues are ever recovered.

Frances Moreton, director of the trust, said the rest end up being melted down by unscrupulous scrap metal dealers making a fast buck out of Britain’s fallen heroes.




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Campaigners fighting to save war memorials from scrap metal thieves say only a handful have ever been brought to justice.

Tragically, the War Memorials Trust also revealed that only one in ten of the stolen plaques and statues are ever recovered.

Frances Moreton, director of the trust, said the rest end up being melted down by unscrupulous scrap metal dealers making a fast buck out of Britain’s fallen heroes.



Toppled after 90 years: Vicar Kevin Scott at The Old Malden monument, in Surrey, after thieves pushed it the ground to steal a strip of lead worth £5



OLD MALDEN, SURREY Thieves toppled the 90-year-old oak monument to the dead of the Great War so they could steal a strip of lead worth less than £5 two months before Remembrance Day.



They climbed on top of the historic memorial at the church of St John the Baptist in Old Malden, sending it crashing to the ground causing severe damage. Police sergeant Rob Baker said: ‘The lack of respect and callous nature of this incident has caused the local community significant concern and it remains a top priority for my officers.’

Police are demanding tighter restrictions on the dealers to halt the tide of thefts ahead of Remembrance Sunday.


British Transport Police is in charge of tackling metal theft across the country because the main traffic is in stolen cables from railway lines. It says action is needed to ‘choke’ off the market.


It also called for greater regulation to prevent scrap dealers, who are required only to register with their local authority to operate, melting down the nation’s heritage for profit.

Mrs Moreton echoed the call for tighter regulations, adding: ‘Anything that stops the theft of such an important part of our heritage can only be good.’ She added: ‘It’s very sad to see memorials being targeted and the names of those who have given their lives for their country being lost.

‘It’s very disappointing when people do this and those people need to take a long, hard look at themselves and see what they’re actually doing.

‘If people don’t take the opportunity to campaign and fight against the thieves, our nation’s war memorials will be lost to future generations along with the names of those who gave their lives for their countries.’

The Mail reported yesterday that the 100,000 war memorials in Britain are being targeted by thieves and vandals at the rate of one every other day. Thieves steal the brass plaques to dealers, who melt the metal down to fuel the worldwide demand for scarce metals.

Mrs Moreton said: ‘There haven’t been many convictions for thefts from war memorials. It’s very difficult to trace where scrap metal came from and lots of memorials are in very isolated places.’

The trust, which is supported by the Duchess of Cornwall, is campaigning for every war monument in Britain to be marked with the invisible chemical Smart Water, which can be seen under ultra-violet light and acts as a deterrent to thieves. Simon Lubin, of the British Transport Police, said that the focus also needed to be on regulation of the dealers.

Here, the Mail highlights some of the most disturbing memorial thefts.









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Callous brothers left friend to die beside railway after he was electrocuted as they stole copper cablePair visited a scrap dealer as friend lay undiscovered



Two brothers who left their friend to die when he was electrocuted as they stole copper cable from beside a railway were behind bars tonight.




John and Jason Tusting, 26 and 23, sold the metal for just £340 within hours of father-of-two James Smith suffering a fatal shock inside an electricity substation.



The 28-year-old's body lay undiscovered for more than two hours while the emergency services carried out a search of the area.



Jason Tusting had anonymously called 999 but lied about the exact location of the incident.




The break-in caused £110,000 worth of damage, but the copper was sold for just £342 at scrap dealer GH Metals in Peckham, south-east London, Blackfriars Crown Court heard.


The brothers made the sale shortly after railway staff finally came across Smith's body in the substation near Sydenham station at around 7am on December 4 last year.




Electrocuted: James Payne died on railway tracks

Mr Smith had suffered horrific burns and was discovered lying near a pile of bricks, naked from the waist up with his mobile phone and car keys taken from his pockets.



John Tusting had to be taken to hospital by ambulance at around 7.23am suffering from 'severe' burns on his left arm and shoulder sustained in the burglary.



He told paramedics he had been attacked overnight by three men, who had doused him with petrol and set him on fire. But he later told doctors he had been drunk and simply woke up with the injuries.



Jason Tusting, of Honor Oak, south London; and John Tusting, of Lee, also south London, pleaded guilty to burglary and criminal damage recklessly endangering life.



Jason Tusting has also admitted perverting the course of justice.



The brothers were due to be sentenced this afternoon, however, Judge John Hillen adjourned sentenced until August 12, and ordered the Probation Service to produce reports to address whether they represented a 'danger' to the public and should face indefinite jail terms.



Remanding the men in custody, he said: 'Custody is the only option, and it is really a question of what form the custody takes - one may be looking at a longer term for the protection of the public.'



The court heard Jason, giving the false name 'Josh Tusting', rang 999 at 5.32am to say he had been waiting for a train at Sydenham station and seen a 'flash of light' and a man fall to the trackside.



But the location he described was 'some distance' from the substation, the court heard.



The substation's power supply had been tripped two minutes earlier at 5.30am when the cables were cut.



Jason Tusting admitted his real identity after being tracked down by a suspicious officer, who then asked to check his hand for a distinctive scar recorded on Jason's police file.



Simon Taylor, prosecuting, said the brothers had 'tried to conceal their activities and in effect created a false crime scene, thereby delaying the discovery of the body.'



Jason's DNA was later found on Smith's lips - suggesting he had tried mouth-to-mouth resuscitation before fleeing from the scene.



The court heard Network Rail had 'experienced a 300 per cent increase in the theft of copper and other metals' since 2004, at a total cost of £15m.



Mr Taylor said: 'It is quite clear that the damage caused during the course of the commission of these economic crimes has the effect of endangering the lives of others.



'This is a feature of these crimes that was starkly and tragically demonstrated in this particular case, where one of the gang of thieves died as a consequence of being electrocuted.



'The defendants appear on the indictment not because they are directly to blame for the death but because they created a hazard that left the lives of others in danger - a risk that is only too sadly evidenced by the death of their colleague.'



The damage resulted in the closure of the main commuter line between London and Kent coast for almost an hour.



James Rouse, defending, insisted John Tusting had made attempts to save Smith, and had suffered as a result.



'He grabbed him in an effort to pull him away, thereby causing extremely serious injuries to himself,' he said.



'He was in hospital for five days straight after the incident and, when the ambulance technician arrived at his home, when asked how painful his injuries were, he said "10 out of 10".'



The illiterate thief, whose criminal record includes convictions for burgling a primary school, stealing a car and possessing a knife in public, was arrested on December 16 in the burns unit of Lewisham Hospital.



Jason Tusting's record includes criminal damage, affray, theft and drink-driving.



His barrister Nick Robinson said he had also made attempts to seek help after the break-in, calling for an ambulance and trying to administer CPR.



But Judge John Hillen said the 999 call was misleading 'causing operatives looking for the body to put themselves a risk'.



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‘This is why you shouldn’t steal copper cable!’ Thief’s warning as he suffers horrific burns after being hit by 22,000 volts



'Everyone thinks it's so easy and they have no idea how stupid they're being'


Surge in cable thefts triggered by the huge prices being paid for copper and other metals



These are the horrendous injuries suffered by a man after he was hit by 22,000 volts while stealing copper cable from an electricity sub-station.



James Sorby, 22, was burnt so badly that his daughter was unable to recognise him. He had been trying to take cabling from an electricity sub-station in a disused Post Office sorting room in Leeds, West Yorkshire.

But before he could even touch the cable, a massive charge jumped a gap to his body and he suffered severe burns to his face and hands, a weakened heart, lost partial sight in his left eye and lost movement in one of his hands.


James Sorby, 22, was burnt so badly that his daughter was unable to recognise him. He had been trying take cabling from an electricity sub-station in a disused Post Office sorting room in Leeds, West Yorks.


A surge in cable thefts across the country has been triggered by the huge prices being paid for copper and other metals, many of the products leaving Britain for use in India and the Middle East.



Sorby endured weeks in hospital where he underwent five operations and skin grafts and he faces more surgery, including a hair transplant over a skull wound which exposed his brain. This was caused by the electricity exiting his body.

A surge in cable thefts across the country has been triggered by the huge prices being paid for copper and other metals, many of the products leaving Britain for use in India and the Middle East

He claims the most traumatic moment of his whole ordeal came when his young daughter did not recognise him because of the burns.

He said: 'It wasn't until she heard my voice she realised I was her dad.

'It was horrible to realise your own daughter didn't know who you were.

'I think I've been given a second chance, but I've got to live with what I've done every day. Every single day I'm reminded.'

He has now issued a stark warning to others thinking of stealing cable. He said: 'I have been through so much and am still going through it.

'My message is "Don't do it". Before I did this, it was just an idea and there was no danger to it.

'Everyone thinks it's so easy and they have no idea how stupid they're being.'



He added: 'When you think of getting involved in something like this, you don't think of the danger.



'Now I've been through this I would not wish it on anyone. I've been through five months of agony, and this has changed my life forever.'

Sorby, who had a six-month trial as a second row forward with an Australian rugby side, says he is keen to turn his life around following the incident which nearly killed him.


Scarred: The thief shows the damage to his hands caused by the massive electric shock




He said: 'My goal is just to be there for my daughter when she needs me, to get a straight job and possibly begin coaching rugby to young lads.

'That way I can teach them not just how to play rugby, but how to behave off the pitch.

'Talking about it is one way I can put things right. 'I'm still here and that's the most important thing.'



Sorby, of Leeds, pleaded guilty at Leeds Magistrates Court to trespass with intent to steal.

Prosecutor Vicky Trueman said that despite danger warnings, Sorby and two others went to steal cabling from a sub-station on January 27.



But he was electrocuted before he had a chance to steal and his accomplices called an ambulance.



Exposed copper cabling and flashmarks were later found, along with blood identified as Sorby's. He was arrested on May 23 after five months in hospital and accepted the offence.

Abbi Whelan, mitigating, told the court the consequences for Sorby were 'catastrophic' and he had assisted the police who were eager to alert people to the dangers of the increasing number of cable thefts.



Speaking after his court case, Sorby said he remembered nothing after entering the warehouse.

He said: 'The next thing I remember is the ambulance arriving, I was in a bad way.

'They cut off my clothes, there was blood everywhere.

'The pain was unbelievable and the doctors told me I only survived because I am so young and fit.'



The incident had a major impact on his mother Diane and the rest of the family, some of whom flew from Australia to be at his bedside.



Detective Chief Inspector Mike Oddy said: 'Metal theft is increasingly popular because of its rising value, but with it comes the life-endangering risks that thieves are taking for the sake of making some quick money.

'James Sorby is extremely lucky to be alive to tell the tale. I hope his story makes people take his advice and think twice before getting involved in metal theft.'



PRESSURE FOR LAW CHANGE ON DEALERS


Scrap metal theft across the UK has hit almost epidemic proportions.

Some councils have reported the theft of manhole covers, wheelchair ramps and even children's playground equipment.

Britain's railways and power supply companies are some of the hardest hit as metal prices continue to attract thieves looking for fast cash.



Rail companies are having power and signalling equipment stolen on a daily basis across the network with British Transport Police admitting number of thefts 'is huge'.



As police admit they are failing to keep up with the thefts around the country sparked by the global rise in metal prices there is growing pressure on the government to reform the 1964 Scrap Metal Dealers Act.

The coalition is considering licensing scrap metal dealers, banning them from dealing in cash and giving police powers to close rogue traders down.



Minister are considering the crackdown on the industry worth £5bn a year to the economy.

It is thought that more than 15,000 tonnes of metal is stolen in the UK each year.




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School puts up warning sign to tell THIEVES they could be injured if they steal copper from the roof


By Andrew Levy



Warning: Teachers put up the notice at Whitmore Junior School, Basildon, to avoid being sued by thieves



Damage: Copper was stolen from Whitmore's roof four times during the course of a week




The situation is even more absurd because the criminals are the reason the roof is insecure in the first place as they have been stripping off the valuable copper that covers it.

Parents at the school, in Basildon, Essex, attacked the bizarre health and safety ruling. One, who asked not to be named, said: ‘Just when you think the world cannot get any more crazy, something like this happens. The lunatics have taken over the asylum.

‘We should celebrate if one of this gang falls through the roof and breaks a leg, not be worrying about having to pay them compensation.’


Another, who has an eight-year-old son at the school, added: ‘It’s common sense to know that walking on a roof is dangerous. If someone chooses to do it, that’s their look-out.’


Enlarge Warning: A notice informing parents nearby Willows School had closed for the day

The copper thieves struck at the school four times last week, making off with huge sections worth thousands of pounds and leaving the school with a huge repair bill.

Until contractors have completed the work, it has been advised to put up the signs which are printed on laminated A4 sheets and warn: ‘This roof is unsafe – do not climb.’

Iris Cerny, executive head at the mixed community school, which has around 200 pupils aged seven to 11, said: ‘Should anyone go on to our roof in the meantime and hurt themselves, even as a result of taking the rest of our copper, we are going to be liable for injury. So we have had to put notices up.’

An Essex County Council spokesman said any property where work is being carried out needs to have the ‘correct signage in place’.

He added: ‘This ensures that everyone is aware of any possible danger and the council would not be liable for injury caused by not adhering to these signs.’

Other schools in the area have been targeted, including Willows Primary School, which had to close for the day on Tuesday after £25,000 of copper was stolen from its roof




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Scrap bandits return as commodities boomBy Stephen Womack




Scrap metal thieves are again targeting homeowners, businesses and motorists to cash in on soaring prices.


Targeted: Thieves stole lead from part of Mike Smith's roof

Gold has hit record levels and last week was trading at $1,395 (£861) an ounce.

But signs of economic recovery, strong demand from Asia and renewed speculation have also helped to drive the prices of other metals higher.

Copper, for example, is trading at about $8,599 (£5,306) a ton in London, more than 166 per cent up on its low point at the end of 2008, while lead is trading at about $2,490 a ton, double its 2008 low.

And scrap platinum, which is found inside the catalytic converters of car exhausts as well as in some jewellery, was last week selling for about £793 an ounce.

Previous high prices prompted a spike in scrap metal thefts in the spring and summer of 2008, as Financial Mail reported at the time.

As prices slumped in the face of world recession, crooks sought richer pickings elsewhere. But the rebound in metal prices this year means motorists, households and businesses are again being targeted.

British Transport Police last month called for new powers to help it tackle the growing problem as thieves target rail networks for copper cabling. Deputy Chief Constable Paul Crowther says: 'With the high price of metal on world markets at the moment, thieves who sell to conniving or unwitting dealers are getting good returns.'

Rural insurer NFU Mutual has seen a big increase in metal thefts this year. Aluminium and copper pipes and roofing lead have all been taken. Catalytic converters, especially on vans and 4x4 vehicles, are another target.

NFU Mutual spokesman Tim Price says: 'Metal of all varieties is very much on the thieves' shopping list.'

He says higher gold and silver prices have changed the way burglars operate. 'Now when they break in it is not just consumer electronics that are taken,' he says. 'They make a beeline for any jewellery, no matter how old, because of the scrap value.'

Insurer esure has also seen a spike in the thefts of jewellery. Spokesman Adrian Webb says: 'We have seen a definite rise in metal thefts from homes - both gold and silver jewellery. Thieves will always follow easy money.'

Big advertising drives by postal gold dealers and High Street jewellers who want to buy scrap gold have helped to raise awareness that even unfashionable or broken jewellery has value.

Another common target is roofing lead. Mike Smith and fiancee Dawn Cokell returned home from a weekend away to find that lead had been stripped from a section of the roof of their three-bedroom semi-detached house.

Mike, a civil servant, says: 'The roof above the bay window on the front of the house had been stripped. They took a sheet of lead about 6ft long and 3ft wide.'



And the couple, both 26, from Whitefield, Manchester, were not alone. Mike says: 'Talking to neighbours we found out that four houses in the area had been targeted on the Saturday night in the same way. Then a week later, the thieves came back and did the same on a few more properties.'

Mike and Dawn, a human resources officer for a construction firm, told the police about the thefts but no one has been caught yet. The couple have decided to replace the missing lead with roofing felt, even though it may not look quite as smart.

'The worry is that you can spend £400 on the lead - and then have it stolen again,' says Mike.

Churches and other historic buildings are particularly vulnerable.Specialist insurer Ecclesiastical has seen 1,596 claims for metal theft in the year to September, costing more than £3.5 million. While this is less than the £8.5 million annual losses in 2008 when metal crime was at its peak, losses are already 60 per cent higher than in the whole of 2009.

David Bonehill, Ecclesiastical's claims and risk services director, says: 'We see no sign of claims reducing. There is a direct correlation between the value of these metals on world markets and the number of claims received.

'About four thefts of metal take place every day among our customers and this is four incidents too many.'

The RAC says it has seen an increase in the past few months in patrols being called out to rescue drivers who have had the catalytic converters removed from their exhausts by metal thieves.

Each catalytic converter typically contains between three and seven grams of platinum, worth anything up to £175 on the scrap market. But the thefts leave the vehicle useless.

Patricularly at risk are 4x4s because they have bigger exhausts and it is easier for a thief to slide underneath to get at the exhaust without jacking up the vehicle. The replacement cost of a new exhaust system can be up to £1,000 on bigger models.



Hard line: Transport police want powers to halt metal snatchers

Rail, power and communication networks are vulnerable to metal thieves. Copper cabling used for railway signalling and the power cables around transformers are both targets.

British Transport Police, which is responsible for policing the railways, reports a significant rise in metal theft this year. It has seen more than 1,800 cable thefts in 2010.

Last month, British Transport Police called for new legislation to make it harder for the crooks to sell on metal.

Police want scrap metal dealers to be forced to collect better records about their customers, with tougher ID checks similar to those used by banks to stop moneylaundering. And cash payments would be banned, with money for scrap transferred to only named accounts. Dealers who refuse to comply could be shut down on the spot.

British Transport Police Deputy Chief Constable Paul Crowther says: 'Police can close bars or clubs if the terms of their licence are breached. We want to see whether similar legislation could help us to tackle metal theft.'





 


 


 

Monday, 24 October 2011

KALAU LAPAR..........




KALAU lapar... nak jaga kolestrol dan tak nak rasa lapar, bawalah karot yg  dibasuh bersih  potong macammana size kita mahu letak dalam plastik bag dan bawalah pergi kerja, berjalan dan sebagainya..

Untuk memperkenalkan dgn anak anak bayi kecil, tak cerewet makan bila perkenalkan makanan masa bayi, masak lah bubur nasi yang berperisa ada rasa sayur, ayam  dan sebagainya...jangan letak garam banyak ya..tapi letaklah sayur herba seperti daun saderi, parsly,  daun ketumbar, atau masa merebus letak serai sebatang, sebelum nak blend keluarkan serai tersebut.. SUPAYA deria rasa dapat digalakkan dan menggalakan anak anak dapat melatih deria rasa mereka...
Klaua nak kurangkan penggunaan garam , maka alternative kepada garam adalah penggunaan bahan yang mengandungi umame.Umami adalah unsur rasa seperti pedas manis masam pahit dan masin.
Umame adalah penggunaan bahasa yang dipinjam dari bahasa jepun.
Bahan makan yang kaya dengan unsur umame adalah karangan laut, daging yang dikeringkan, sayuran spt cendawan, tomato yang masak ranum, sawi china, bayam,dsbnya dan juga bahan yang di jeruk asinkan, di jeruk, , dikerinigkan, dan dbuat dari udang, ikan, belacan, kicap, sea weed, konbu,  dsbnya..
Dengan menggunakan bahan yang mengandungi umame, kita tidak perlu menggunakan garam yang banyak....

Saturday, 27 August 2011

Selamat berhari raya kepada semua yang baca ini. Maaf dipinta semuga apa yang dikongsi membawa kebaikan pada semua.
Kepada Saudara ku yang masih tidak sihat, para pembaca ruang ini doakan lah saudara tua ku tu sehat dan dapat hidup dan beramal..

Bawa kereta jangan menggila, biar sampai jangan laju tapi tak tiba tiba.
Kalau anda bawa laju janganlah jadi riak berbangga. Jika lepas dari speed trap takpe, jangan lepas speed trap death trap yang menunggu.

Kalau bawa keluarga lagi lah berat tanggungjawab untuk memandu dengan cermat dan selamat. Jika kelalaian maka tangisan takpun bala yang menanti.

Jangan lupa diri makna nya:
Lepas sembahyang berwirid dsbnya, masuk kereta hilang iman dan pegangan diri, kehormatan diri , orang mulia, bawa macam pelesit hon sana selit sini, potong queue, berhenti di bahu jalan unutuk kecemasan  dan bawa kereta yang membahayakan orang awam, anak dan keluarga sendiri..

Adakah lupa segala  amalan dan sembahyang yang dilakukan kerana itu sementara saja, terutama bila masuk kereta..??

fikirkanlah..

kenapa kita sembahyang dan beramal?
kenapa kita beriman supaya kita....
 bila kita bawa kereta laju macam gila dan boleh melibatkan orang lain yang tak bersalah akibat kelalain dan ke gilaan kita gagal memberi tumpuan dengan penuh dan cermat mematuhi peraturan (hukum jalanraya
) betulkah amalan kita.
jika kita bawa laju hingga menyebabkan kematian dan kecacatan orang lain  betul ka perbuatan tu?
Anak orang yang dirempuh hilang tempat bergantung..
sebab anda bawa laju ...fikirkan..
isteri tugas anda bukan bangga, tapi mengingatkan ..begitu anak anak .. kena ingatkan supaya mengingat sesiapa memandu kena bawa cermat menurut peraturan jalan raya..

Rata rata ramai macam hebat boleh bangga lagi tulis dan canang kat seluruh dunia..dunia dunia..aku tekan.....sampai.....sampai sejam setengah je.. iyelah nampak sangat iman kau tak meliputi akal dan otak tu...
hati toksa cakap..


Akhir sekali maff zahir batin selamat hari raya.. semoga anda sihat.. dan selamat.. minum air suam banyak banyak ya..



Sunday, 21 August 2011

PRODUCT OF MALAYSIA agar agar laut kering.. rumpai laut murah dan berkahsiat.. tak payah sapu krim kolagen sebab dah makan..



PRODUCT OF MALAYSIA

Rumpai laut ditanam di sabah..kering


direndam dan tukar air berulangkali..kasi garam dari air laut  hilang


 Tos kan dipotong atau gunting..tak kesah.. dicampurkan dengan limau nipis cili, tomato, apple hijau yang dipotong kcil  gaulkan dan dibuat salad dan dimakan dengan nasi.... Tak pun di makan begitu saja dengan nasi etc sebagai ulam sedap krup krack..
sedap juga dibuat kerabu melayu...tradisional punya bahan letak daun limau purut, serai, halia dan bunga kantan kalau mahu...

direndam..nampak camtu la

selepas digaulkan dengan bahan seperti tomato, chili, limau nipis -jus, apa apa kita suka...


GAMBAR DIATAS ADALAH MILIK PENULIS TERPELIHARA..SO NO COPY PLEASE.
Kalau orang Perlis dia panggil laktut ..SEDAP DAN CRUNCHY.Ada yang buat kerabu ada yang buat sayur ulam..apa pun ianya memang elok dan berkhasiat... tak tahu kenapa tidak di promote kan dgn semua orang.. didik lah supaya orang lebih mengetahui.. dan mencuba...
Kalau orang Jepun, dia makan setiap hari... tu yang kulit halus dan cantik..
orang Eropah makan sebagai snek..orang nya kulit cantik

Tak payah beli krim kollagen beratus, makan je rumpai laut buat ulam.. murah pun, lagi berkhasiat dan element nya yang penting di serap melalui darah dan anggota badan lagi...

Disini saya letak contact detail kalau sapa nak beli boleh contact mereka...kalau tak jumpa di kedai kedai..
eerr saya tak dapat komisen ya.. saya tak menangguk keuntungan macam ada orang, ada peluang dia pun nak jual sama apa yang boleh di jadi jualkan   dan guna kesempatan atas persahabatan nak buat duit(persahabatan unsur marketing so not a true freindship..).... sebab tu la kami macam tu jugak.. tak kayo mano pon..sapo makan cili padi dio raso podeh..

Sepatutnya kementrian pertanian memasarkan dan memperkenalkan rumpai ini di seluruh malaysia kerana khasiatnya....dan menggalakkan penanaman rumpai laut ini..


Klik..


lihat di blog link diatas,kalau di pasarkan di London, restoran mewah memang popular sebab penyanyi seperti madonna bahan makanan beliau banyak berumpai laut dan kekacang (seeds) Tengok body dia.. hebat..untuk orang vegetarian..seperti beliau.. makan makanan ber microbiotic..  Tapi mahal untuk di negara nya..
tapi kita orang malaysia mampu membeli rumpai ini dan makan kuaci dan kekacang.. tapi tak pernah terlintas untuk mengamalkannya..
kalau beli ni beli sebulan 4 bungkus, sudah elok.. apa.. tak sampai $rm 50 habis..kalau beli krim effect yg belum tentu lagi effect  dah beratus..rm$$$$..
Makanan adalah sumber zat galian yang terbaik..tapi kena tengok lah makan apa...kalau burger sosej takdo la...krim krim double crim takdo la effect cuma mengembangkan badan mengecutkan arteri darah /menyempitkan...buat sakit jantung adalah...

Yang patut kita persoalkan.. bila yang jual muda belia sudah tentu kulit tmasih egang.. kenapa artis yang dah pencen dan jadi nenek tak jadi duta product tersebut? Heran gak.. kalau artis seusia Jopan Collins ke mau la percaya... maaf.. just thinking seposen.. utk dikongsi bersama...





selamat berpuasa dan bersedia untuk berterawih dan malam malam terakhir..

persedian sebelum bercuti raya...dan boleh dipakai sampai bila bila...

SENSOR PIR dan timer dan juga cctv
Selain dari menjimatkan bil letrik, ianya juga dapat mengelirukan org utk menyangka kita ada dirumah...


Ini dengan menggunakan timer  sensor juga amat sesuai di pasang di luar.. bila ada angin kuat melibas, ianya akan menyala apatah lagijika ada kelibat manusia dikesan oleh alat sensor  pir ini.
Elok di pasang di dinding atas dekat dengan bumbung cucur atap. Kalau boleh jangan halakan dekat pokok..kalau ianya bergoyang ditiup angin, ianya menyala.. tapi kalau hala kan betul betul ianya akan menyala..bila ada makhluk berjalan..
Timer pula elok untuk dipasang didalam rumah.. pasang satu radio buruk yang lama tu.. pasang kuat sikit.. tapi jangan terlalak lalak pula. tapi pasang cukup untuk didengar diluar pintu rumah kita.
set kan channel siaran yang ada berbual panggilan masuk..amatlah bagus dilakukan...

Kawan siap pasang timer sambung terus dgn wire lampu kalimantang di porchnya. setiap hari jam 8 mlm terang sampai pukul 6 pagi.
dah 15 tahun dah rasanya ianya dipasang..alhamdullillah.. dari masa kawasan perumahan kosong baru separa siap  dan    lengang sampai sudah tiada apa apa.. masa orang sebuk pecah rumah etc.. alhamdulllillah
Saya lihat di internet tak lah semahal mana. kalau pergi kedai mungkin lagi murah..takde bayaran pos...

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 LED AUTO PIR SENSOR MOTION DETECTION LIGHT - Automatic Lights On !!


Sale Price / Unit : RM 30.00 (Firm)






Shipping Fee : Peninsular : RM4

Sabah,Labuan : RM4

Sarawak : RM4
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CCTV DAY AND NIGHT WIRED..DAY AND NIGHT CCTV CAMERA
Kalau nak cctv pun ada...sambungkan ke tv. tak payah mak mak yg dah tua kita berlari keluar nak jengah sampai mengah mengih..dah lah mata tak nampak sebab jauh..




tapi elok buat wiring pasang cctv nih sebab wireless ni tak elok signal dikongsi dgn pelbagai equipment maka tidak lah ianya nampak gambar cuma hitam line saja..



kalau boleh lebih elok jika cctv dipasang pada unit dvr standalone kemudian dipasang di screen tv atau monitor. dari dvr boleh juga disambung ke computer jika mahu..

jika pasang cctv pada harddisc computer, jika ada masalah internet dan computer kena demam virus, habis la cctv tidak akan berjalan lancar..

Beli lah unit yang dipanggil day and night cctv utk  membolehkan ianya boleh dilihat di malam gelap..
blagi jauh jarak view, maka lagi jelas org di depan dekat dengan cctv. utk diluar beli dgn housing dan ada infra red atau led..

di bahagian seperti porch bolehlah pakai dome cctv..
kalau nak tengok sapa di pintu pagar yang jauh dari rumah, pakai lah cctv camera yang professional punya.. memang jelas..
tak payah lah mak mak kita pergi ke pagar bila motor berhenti .. maka kurang masalah ragut. meragut..

di bahagian cucur atap elok dipakai yg ada housing water proof... wire dipasang didalam paip casing supaya ianya tidak dipotong..  elok dipasang diluar di cucur atap.. kerana biasan cahaya dimlm hari menjadikan cermin seperti berkilat.
Jika dipasang didalam gelap ia nya kelihatan infrared led tadi..
dan satu set di bahagian paras orang berdiri.. di tempst yang tersembunyi sikit supaya tidak di kopak- yang ini elok pakai external day and night dome cctv..

Bagus dipasang satu menghala depan rumah dan pintu pagar. proffesional cctv...kalau ada orang dipintu pagar malam malam buta tak payah suspense ..cuma jengah aja depan tv.sebab tv ni punya specs sangat tinggi..boleh dilihat dari jauh..cuma jangan di acu direct pada cahaya lampu tu saja..
Lagi lagi kalau kita semua dah tua ....toksah bahayakan diri pulak..peragut ke dan sebagainga yang jengah ke pagar rumah..
Macam kawan cakap..dulu rumah batu extend dinding zink dgn kayu aja, tapi takde org pecah rumah.. bila rumah asik bocor satu rumah bila hujan lebat, anak kawan pun meminjam loan bldg society  besarkan rumah. terus kena pecah rumah..banyak kali..padahal takde apa pun yang boleh dicuri..paling sengkek handphone chekai anak dan menantu dan duit nak beli  lampin susu anak anak.. grill dipotong seisi rumah dipukau...bayi dalam bulan pun senyap..itupun mak nya yang tersadar ada orang masuk rumah..dalam gelap gulita

kalau yang dah pencen asik balik kampung aja, pasang cctv kat bahagian depan blakang rumah. pastu sampung ke internet. boleh jengah apa berlaku di rumah bila tiada.. ini dipanggil ip camera..
Tak payah risau tinggal kan rumah .. dan ada timer tak perlu risau..tiap hari ada lampu bernyala di ruang tamu dari maghrib sampai pukul 10 mlm. lampu di bilik atas pukul 730 - 900 mlm.  Lagipun maghrib tak elok bergelap.. maklumlah nanti rumah kosong ada makhluk lain pulak singgah dan pindah..

lampu landing pukul 2, 315,  4..suis diubahkan padam setiap 15 -20 minms..

lampu porch pakai timer dari pukul 730- 8.00. lepas tu pukul 12.00 -5 .00 pagi.. lampu belakang sensor light pun ok juga.. kalau tak time aja pakai dari pukul 1-2. padam pastu nyala balik 2-3 pagi, padam dan diselangseli setiap 5-10 - 20 min.. sampai 6 pagi..

kalau sensor ada lagi bagus juga..

cara ini bila ada jenayah pecah rumah.. kita tak lah risau sangat  nak tidur malam. jika tak tidur malam hati risau..pasang lampu  terang sampai pagi.. hujung bulan bil tinggi..darah pun naik tinggi..

kalau ada radio buruk jenis lama itu cukup untuk dipasang  timer diruang tamu..siang hari setiap hari..
dari pukul 8 pagi sampai pukul 10. padam  bernyala semula pukul 1130- 12. 1.00- 1.30. 2.00-230. dan sampai pukul 9- 10 mlm..
jgn lupa pasang langsir juga tutup rapat dibahagian bawah rumah.... bilik atas saja renggangkan langsir tebal supaya lampu nampak dari luar..mcm ada orang..

orang kata kalau sekali pencuri dah masuk mereka akan singgah lagi..maka cegah lah..

ianya juga dapat melindungi, menjimatkan kos elektrik pasang sepanjang dari mlm sampai pagi lampu bernyala... kita nyalakan di peak hours , bila masuk lepas pukul 1 pagi selang selikan timer tu agar ianya padam dan bernyala setiap 15- min selepas 2 jam bernyala sebagai contoh..

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Suis automatik dengan sensor cahaya






Kebaikan alat ini:

Murah

Tidak menggunakan timer

Penjimatan letrik

Sangat kecil..boleh dipasang

dlm badan sebuah lampu

kalimantang.

Mudah dipasang oleh pengguna

Boleh dikawal menggunakan

suis sediada.

Tahan lama.



Harga = RM35 satu unit

= RM65 dua unit





Harga termasuk bayaran pos.



Hubungi :



Nieza Joe :012-2073962

Email : joeniza@streamyx.com

Yang ini saya tak tahu macam mana ianya berguna kalau tak pakai timer atau sensor.....so kena call sendiri ini orang..ini....
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Yang paling murah... pun berkesan..bila tak ada rumah untuk dipasang radio dan lampu ... letak di bilik tidur, ruang tamu,  dapur belakang...pasang lah lampu ....sambung pada timer di main switch..
 
lampu kalimantang di porch juga boleh dipasang ini...dari dalam..rumah.. beritau je elektrician tahu lah dia buat wiringnya...menda ni ada dijual di kedai elektrik skalau takde cari yang besar punya kedai...la..
 

List kat bawah ni ha syarikat yang supply  alatan cctv..
3 Eye Security - CCTV analog, IP cameras, digital video recorder cards, PTZ cams


Klik 3eye
56 Jalan 6/116B, Kuchai Entrepreneurs Park, Off Jalan Kuchai Lama,58200 Kuala Lumpur

Tel: 03 7983 5191, Fax: 03 7983 6532



AAC Distribution - Importer, wholeseller Panasonic, Samsung, Silicon, ADV, XtView CCTV

http://www.aacgroup.com.my/

25 Jalan Emas Putih, Taman Sri Putri, 81300 Skudai, Johor

Tel: 07 557 7725, Fax: 07 554 2071



CamWare - Manufacturing, assemblying, importing & exporting of CCTV equipment

http://www.camware.com.my/

13 Jalan TKK 2/2, Taman Puncak Kinrara, 47100 Puchong

Tel: 03 8075 2901, Fax: 03 8076 3977



CCTV Technologies - Surveillance equipment, system integration

http://www.cctvtechmy.com/

Suite 12-8, 12th Floor, Wisma UOA II, 21 Jalan Pinang, 50450 Kuala Lumpur

Tel: 03 2380 0102, Fax: 03 2380 0103



ClicksMatic - Security solution provider, metal detector, gate barrier, x-ray machines

http://www.clicksmatic.com.my/

12 Lebuh Bukit Kecil 5, Taman Sri Nibong, Jalan Sultan Azlan Shah, 11900 Penang

Tel: 04 641 5797, Fax: 04 641 5799



CMOS Dotcom - Exporter of CCTV cameras & surveillance system

http://www.cmos.com.my/

62B Jalan Othman, 46000 Petaling Jaya

Tel: 03 7782 7786, Fax: 03 7782 6786



Comfort Tech Integrated Systems CTIS -DVR network solutions, surveillance Systems

http://www.cctvcamera.com.my/

Lot GF-07, Complex E-Mart, Jalan Pasar, 55100 Kuala Lumpur

Tel: 03 2148 6632



Crystal Alarms & Automation - Online CCTV monitoring, burglar alarm, autogate

http://www.ealarm.com.my/

81-1A, OG Business Park, Jalan Tan Yew Lai, 58200 Kuala Lumpur

Tel: 019 321 3230, Fax: 03 7782 8230



Dynadi - Video surveillance equipment, cctv security system, remote monitoring

http://www.dynadi.com/

23 Jalan Kartunis U1/47, Temasya Industrial Park, Glenmarie 40150 Shah Alam

Tel: 03 5569 2979, Fax: 03 5569 2979



Empire Automation - Integrated security management system, Pelco

http://www.empireauto.com.my/

Unit 2/3 Marina Sports Complex, Jalan Low Yat, Mt. Pleasure, Batu Ferringhi, Penang

Tel: 04 899 2080, Fax: 04 899 3312



IPCCTVonline.com - Web retail portal for IP surveillance equipement, network cameras

http://www.ipcctvonline.com/

Entity Edge Sdn Bhd

B 11-10 Plaza Mont Kiara, 2 Jalan 1/70, Mont Kiara, 50480 Kuala Lumpur

Tel: 03 6203 2593, Fax: 03 6203 1277



Muntada Enterprise - Live audio & video streaming, WIMAX & Wireless MESH solutions

http://www.muntada.com.my/

11-3, Level 2, Jalan USJ 21/5, USJ 21 Business Center, 47600 Subang Jaya

Tel: 03 8023 7011, Fax: 03 8023 7013



OEJ - Digital surveillance system, digital video recorder, DVR, motion sensing detection

http://www.oej.com.my/

One-Eyed jack Surveillance

16-1 Jalan Dagang SB 4/2, Taman Sungai Besi Indah, 43300 Seri Kembangan, Selangor

Tel: 03 8944 2219, Fax: 03 8944 2219



Pacitron - CCTV equipment supply & CCTV System design

http://www.pacitron.com/

12 Jalan Medan Putra 4, Bandar Menjalara, 52200 Kuala Lumpur

Tel: 03 6274 1039, Fax: 03 6272 0951



PNI Global - CCTV equipment, access control systems, alarm, central monitoring, cms

http://www.pniglobal.com/

19-1 Jalan Kuchai Maju 7, Jalan Kuchai Lama, 58200 Kuala Lumpur

Tel: 03 7982 0105, Fax: 03 7982 0059



Supergenic Solution - Home security alarm, CCTV, DVRs, installation & service

http://www.supergenic.com.my/

9-3 Jalan Puteri 1/6, Bandar Puteri, 47100 Puchong

Tel: 03 8062 4886, Fax: 03 8061 2966



Taching Electronic - PocketCCTV distant surveillance solution, maid, child monitoring

http://www.pocketcctv.com/

4-16, 4th Floor (Top Floor), Plaza Low Yat, Off Jalan Bukit Bintang, 55100 Kuala Lumpur

Tel: 03 2711 7112, Fax: 03 2148 9110



Timing Electronics - CCTV, scurity devices, alarm system supplier

http://www.timingcctv.com/

79 Jalan Pasar, Pudu, 55100 Kuala Lumpur

Tel: 03 9222 4002, Fax: 03 9222 5002


Yang ini perlu lah perg kedai tu tengok specifikasi dan harga barang . Kawan membeli yang industrial  atau professional cctv dipasang sebab ianya kamera  yang berspesifikasi tinggi...
.semoga  kita semua selamat..


Saturday, 20 August 2011

mata

How cheap sunglasses can leave you with double vision and headaches
Mungkin cahaya tidak terpantul dengan betul dan akibatnya anak mata rosak..





buah plum kecut

Katanya..
buah prune elok utk menguatkan tulang..Ada yang makan prune macam macam jadinya terkentut terlaju ke bilik air.. Tapi buah prune ini memang banyak khasiat.
kalau tak mahu makan prune, beli sekilo buah plum dan masak didalam periuk besar sikit api yang kuat kemudian diperlahankan letak 300gm gula perang atau  gula biasa. Kemudian kalau nak perah limau nipis sebiji.. bila dah didih..kecikkan api kalau nak pekat lama sikit tapi kacau jgn hangit. Kemudian dibuang biji kalau tak buang masa mula mula tadi. Sejukkan letak dalam balang kedap udara dan letak dalam peti sejuk.. bila makan yoghurt tiap pagi letak kan compote (bukan compost) tadi dalam yoghurt gaulkan.. rasa macam buah prune cuma tidaklah effect ke bilik air secepat jika makan prune begitu sahaja..



They may be known for helping you over an embarrassing episode of constipation but prunes have another very useful effect.


Scientists have found that post-menopausal women can protect themselves against osteoporosis and bone fractures by simply eating around 10 of them a day.

Florida State and Oklahoma State academics proved that dried plums are far better than figs, dates, dried strawberries, dried apples, and raisins for improving bone density.

Health benefits: Prunes are the best thing to eat to maintain bone density

It appears they suppress the breakdown of bones, which tends to speed as people age.



And as post-menopausal women are most prone to osteoporosis they are encouraging people to eat more of the divisive dried fruit.

'Over my career, I have tested numerous fruits, including figs, dates, strawberries and raisins, and none of them come anywhere close to having the effect on bone density that dried plums, or prunes, have,' said Bahram H. Arjmandi, Florida State professor and chairman of the U.S. Department of Nutrition, Food and Exercise Sciences.

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'All fruits and vegetables have a positive effect on nutrition, but in terms of bone health, this particular food is exceptional.'

Arjmandi and a group of researchers tested two groups of post-menopausal women.

Proved: Bahram Arjmandi (pictured) lead the research

Over a year, the first group, consisting of 55 women, was instructed to consume 100 grams of dried plums - about 10 prunes - per day.

While the second - a comparative control group of 45 women - was told to consume 100 grams of dried apples.



All of the study's participants also received daily doses of calcium and vitamin D.

The group that consumed dried plums had significantly higher bone mineral density in the ulna, one of two long bones in the forearm, and the spine, in comparison with the group that ate dried apples.



The group's research, has been published in the British Journal of Nutrition.

In the United States about 8 million women have osteoporosis because of the sudden cessation of ovarian hormone production at the onset of menopause. About 2 million men also have osteoporosis.

'In the first five to seven post-menopausal years, women are at risk of losing bone at a rate of three to five percent per year,' Mr Arjmandi said.



'However, osteoporosis is not exclusive to women and, indeed, around the age of 65, men start losing bone with the same rapidity as women.'

Arjmandi encourages people who are interested in maintaining or improving their bone health to take note of the extraordinarily positive effect that dried plums have on bone density.

'Don't wait until you get a fracture or you are diagnosed with osteoporosis and have to have prescribed medicine,' he said.



'Do something meaningful and practical beforehand. People could start eating two to three dried plums per day and increase gradually to perhaps six to 10 per day. Prunes can be eaten in all forms and can be included in a variety of recipes.'

ARTIKEL FR DMA1L WITH THANKS

kepala mayong takyah naik



Pencipta  skuter sedgwick  yang maut dengan ciptaanya sendiri apabila terjatuh kedalam gaung...
nemngok pun macam tak selamat aja benda tu... kalau org yang kepala mayong, giddy head, gelap mata usahlah naik bahaya je..

Artkel from dma1l with thanks


::Segway tycoon who was killed on one of his own scooters leaves £340m in his will ::




::A businessman who died while riding a Segway scooter built by his own company has left his fortune of more than £340 million to his family.


Jimi Heselden, 62, was found in the River Wharfe at Boston Spa, near Wetherby, West Yorkshire, after accidentally plunging from a 42ft cliff in September last year. His Segway was found nearby.

Today, it was revealed that Mr Heselden, who was one of the 400 richest people in the UK, had left an estate of £343,172,206 to his widow Julie and other family members.

Jimi Heselden, the multi-millionaire owner of the Segway company, died in a freak accident when he rode one of the high-tech two-wheel machines off a cliff



The businessman made his fortune when his Leeds-based firm Hesco Bastion developed the revolutionary 'blast wall' basket, which protect soldiers in Afghanistan and Iraq, as a replacement for traditional sandbags.

The units have been used to protect soldiers in every major conflict since the first Gulf War and are seen as one of the UK's most successful defence exports.



They are also used for a range of non-military functions including flood management and erosion control.

In December 2009, Mr Heselden led a British team which bought the US-based Segway firm, which makes and distributes the distinctive two-wheeled, self-balancing scooters.

Tragedy: The spot where the accident happened

But he suffered a freak accident while riding one of his vehicles and was found dead in a river after plunging 40 feet over a limestone cliff near his home.

Millionaire: Jimi Heselden

He was riding a rugged country version of the two-wheeled Segway, which are banned on British roads for safety reasons, but are legal on private land.



Twice-married Mr Heselden had four grown children. The former miner, who left school when he was 15, was known as much for his charity giving as he was for his massive fortune.



The Leeds Community Foundation said he had donated £23 million to causes in his home city since 2008 and he was also closely linked to the Help For Heroes charity, which supports injured military personnel.



Today, a statement released on behalf of the trustees of Mr Heselden's estate said: 'It can be confirmed that Jimi left an estate of £343,172,206 which he has bequeathed to his widow Julie and other family members.



'The estate consists substantially of Jimi's controlling interest in Hesco Bastion Ltd.



'The family wishes that Jimi's legacy will live on in the many charities and good causes he supported during his lifetime.'



The scene: Mr Heselden died after his Segway plunged 42ft from a rocky path and into Jackdaw Crag, located on the River Wharfe, West Yorkshire

Mr Heselden's death came just a week after he became one of the UK's most generous philanthropists, giving away £10million to a foundation he set up in 2008

Last month an inquest heard that his death was probably caused by an 'act of courtesy' to a dog walker on a footpath, a coroner heard.

Sean Christie told the coroner he was walking near Jackdaw Crag, by the river, when he saw Mr Heselden at the top of a steep incline apparently weighing up how he was going to tackle the sloping footpath on his X2, which is a rough terrain version of the Segway.

Mr Christie said that, from 40ft to 50ft away, he saw the businessman move a short distance backwards in a movement he assumed was to make room for him to pass.

Leeds Coroners Court was told the path he was on was just five feet from the 42ft drop and tree branches in the area may also have contributed to his loss of control.

Mr Heselden is thought to have fallen on to the bank of the river before ending up in the water where he was found dead by Mr Christie.

Experts found no fault with the Segway

Tragedy: Flowers laid by the River Wharfe, at Boston Spa, West Yorkshire where Jimi Heselden died

Mr Heselden had bought the European licence for the Segway a few years before but was better known as a philanthropist and the successful owner of Hesco Bastion, which builds containers used to protect troops around the world. Camp Bastion in Afghanistan is named after his firm, the inquest heard.

Blast proff: A British soldier walks past a wall built from Hesco concertainer gabions at Camp Bastion in Afghanistan

Recording an verdict of accidental death, West Yorkshire Coroner David Hinchliff told Mr Heselden's family: 'I think it's probable - I think typical of Jimi and the type of man he was - he held back and waited as an act of courtesy to allow Mr Christie more room.

'In so doing, he's attempted to reverse the Segway back. As a result of that he's got into difficulty.'

Mr Hinchliff added: 'It's such a shame and tragedy that such a great man should have died in this way.

'The fact is that Jimi was a local lad made good. Not made good because of any silver spoon in his mouth but because of his own hard work.'



Accident: The millionaire philanthropist was riding a rugged country version of the Segway, like this X2 Adventure model, when he went over a cliff and into a river

Mr Heselden left school at 15 to become a miner but lost his job in the cuts that followed the bitter 1984 strike.





He used his redundancy money to found his company, HESCO Bastion. It manufactures gabions, portable wire cages that can be lined and filled with earth and sand.



They were not a new idea, but he developed a way to mass manufacture the collapsible wire mesh containers with a heavy duty fabric liner in a concertina form that expanded into a long wall and could be laid quickly.



Up to several hundred metres of barrier is ready for filling within minutes

This map of Boston Spa shows where Mr Heselden was found

At first he sold them to water companies to shore up the sides of canals.

But the ‘concertainers’ proved to be adept at stopping bullets, missiles and suicide bombers and have become standard military equipment for Nato as well as American and British forces.

Between 1998 and 2003 the Pentagon alone bought more than £50million worth of the flat-packed walls, which can be found throughout Iraq and Afghanistan.

Mr Heselden, who was awarded an OBE in 2006, gave £1.5million to the Help For Heroes fund three years ago. His company also sponsored an Armed Forces charity concert at Twickenham.::




 

hampir penghujung puasa..

Artikel dibawah bukan cravings seperti kita asik teringat nak makan apa bila buka sebab lapar, tapi teringin yang lain. Artikel diambil dari dma1l dgn terima kasih.
Ditulis oleh ::Anna Hodgekiss:: with thanks

::After the woman addicted to lettuce found how she had cancer... what your food cravings say about your health::


Cheese on toast, a square of dark chocolate, or a spicy tikka masala — we all get cravings for particular foods.




But while these are often to do with your mood at that moment, a long-term craving could be more significant.

The Mail this week reported the story of 59-year-old Elsie Campbell, whose breast cancer was detected after she developed an unusual appetite for salad.



The mother-of-two was eating four lettuces a day, prompting her husband Jim, a research scientist, to investigate.

He worked out that lettuce contains a natural chemical called sulforaphane, which can attack cancer cells and which breast cancer sufferers often lack.



He correctly guessed his wife’s addiction meant she was suffering from the disease. Jim has since set up question myhealth.com, providing information about other odd symptoms.

So, what could your craving be trying to tell you?

A craving for Marmite could mean you are suffering from heart arrhythmia or atrial fibrillation

CRAVING: MARMITE

Possible ailment: Heart arrhythmia, atrial fibrillation

Marmite is rich in B-vitamins, which are essential for breaking down carbohydrates for energy. B-vitamins also maintain nerves, skin and brain.

There are eight different types of B-vitamin and a deficiency of any one of them can result in a range of conditions, including heart palpitations, arrhythmia or fibrillation (an irregular heartbeat), chronic fatigue, irritability and poor concentration.

So love it or loathe it, a craving for Marmite could be your body’s way of trying to make up for a deficiency.

CRAVING: CRISPS, CHIPS AND SALTY FOODS

Possible ailment: Thyroid or adrenal gland problems

Shona Wilkinson, head nutritionist at The Nutri Centre, London, says: ‘Severe stress affects the adrenal glands.

‘If someone is very stressed, they stop producing the correct amounts of hormones such as adrenaline, cortisol and aldosterone. This can disrupt the salt balance in the body and explains why some people have salt cravings.’

It might also mean you have an iodine deficiency. This is linked to thyroid problems, says Jeannette Jackson, a nutritional biochemist.

An underactive thyroid can cause lethargy, constipation, weight gain and depression, while an overactive thyroid can cause weight loss, anxiety and irregular periods.

Cravings for ice could point to possible anaemia

CRAVING: ICE

Possible ailment: Anaemia

A craving for ice may be linked to anaemia, which is when the body lacks red blood cells because it does not have enough iron to produce them.

The main symptom is a lack of energy. According to scientists at the Mayo Clinic in America, people crave ice as a way of numbing the tongue pain and inflammation that can be caused by anaemia.

Research has found ice tastes good to some people who are iron deficient, although why is not clear.

CRAVING: FIZZY DRINKS

Possible ailment: Calcium deficiency



Dying for a can of something fizzy? There could be an unexpected reason. It may be due to craving calcium, says Shona Wilkinson.

‘Fizzy drinks leach calcium from the bones, so if the body needs calcium quickly, a fizzy drink is a quick way to get some released into the body.

‘This is very detrimental for bone health, however, so it’s much better to get your calcium from dark green leafy vegetables or low-fat dairy products.’

CRAVING: CURRY

Possible ailment: Parkinson's, zinc deficiency



Zinc is important for your skin, as it promotes healing. It has also been linked to our sense of taste.

When zinc was given to rats deficient in the mineral, it increased the number of taste buds on the tongue.

So it’s thought that if you’re craving strong flavours such as curry, you may be deficient in zinc and as a result not have a good supply of fully functioning tastebuds.

Possible ailments for the apparent addiction to curry include Parkinson's and zinc deficiency

Low zinc has also been linked to conditions including Parkinson’s. According to scientists at the National Institute of Health and Science on Ageing in Italy, this is because Parkinson’s disease has been linked to oxidative stress — damage to the body’s cells from the toxins found in everyday life.

Zinc is thought to protect against this damage, and so a lack of it may hamper the cells’ ability to deal with these poisons. Smoking has also been shown to deplete zinc, which may be why some smokers also crave intensely flavoured foods.

CRAVING: BREAD AND PASTA

Possible ailment: depression

People who cut back on carbs are susceptible to mood swings, according to researchers at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Boston.

High-protein diets can lower levels of the feelgood hormone serotonin, but carbs raise them, helping you feel happy and combating low mood.

A desire to eat soil could point to low minerals in pregnancy or coeliac disease

CRAVING: SOIL

Possible ailment: Low minerals in pregnancy, Coeliac disease

A craving for soil or clay is part of a syndrome called pica, sometimes seen in pregnant women, explains dietitian Nigel Denby, of grub4life.co.uk.

‘If a pregnant woman has pica, it suggests she may need more of the minerals found in her particular craving. Iron tends to be the most craved mineral at this time. Iron, copper, magnesium and zinc are all found in soil, for example,’ he says.

Other research published in the American Journal Of Clinical Nutrition has linked pica to undiagnosed coeliac disease (a malfunctioning gut) in children and it has also been linked to poor diet and heavy periods.

CRAVING: CHOCOLATE

Possible ailment: Depression, stress, premenstrual tension

So why do you crave the sweet stuff when you’re working on a deadline or feeling down in the dumps?

Well, compounds found in chocolate called alkaloids may help to raise the levels of serotonin — the mood-boosting hormone.

Chocolate is also a source of magnesium and B-vitamins, which are used by the body in energy production, meaning it can help give us energy when we’re under pressure.

Chocolate can point to problems of depression, stress or premenstrual tension

A small Swiss study in the Journal of Proteome Research found eating 40g of dark chocolate every day for two weeks reduced levels of the stress hormone cortisol in people who’d been battling with pressures.

Craving chocolate may also be a sign of premenstrual tension. Some women also find themselves lacking in magnesium at this time, and chocolate is high in the mineral, says Shona Wilkinson.

Magnesium is vital for everything from your nerves to your bones and immune system.::::

Badan secara semula jadi menghantar isyarat..ke otak..Badan kita tahu apa yang baik untuk tubuh kita. Tapi kenalah fikir bezakan dengan yang tekak macam tekak ular tu lain cerita..
fikirkanla..

saudara pada dm sakit masih di hospital, semoga dia cepat sembuh.. doa kan lah ya..

selamat berbuka semua dan berterawih..







Sunday, 31 July 2011

selamat berpuasa rohani diri

SALAM diucapkan pada semua..

Selamat berpuasa. Jaga kesihatan diri bila berbuka.. jangan terus minum air bergas dan bergula(asid).

Makan la kurma dan buah buahan walau sedikit.
Jangan minum milo ais kerana ianya minuman bernutrient makanan. Makanlah nasi dan lauk seperti biasa. Bila lapar makanan yang simple akan terasa nikmat sedapnya..

Minumlah air suam supaya asid  dan kristal yang terbentuk didalam perut organ dsbnya dapat di dilutekan dan flush dengan cepat sebagai bahan buangan.


Waktu bersahur makanlah makanan yg berprotin tinggi dan berserat supaya ianya mengambil masa utk di hadam.. akhir sekali minum lah minuman yang anda gemari dan panas.. supaya segar  badan.

jangan lupa makan yoghurt di awal berbuka dan juga sesudu  selesai makan. lakukan juga diwaktu bersahur.. ianya elok untuk meneutralkan asid didalam perut..supaya kurang angin dan kurang terkentut..

plain yoghurt ya..

rajin rajinlah masak air rebusan barli. Terutama bila cuaca panas sangat supaya bila berbuka dapat diminum kerana ianya diuretic.

Kalau asik banyak angin, buat aja air halia - halia di blend satu cawan penuh dan dicampurkan air barang 2 litre dididihkan. minum begitu atau ldibancuh dgn teh, letak la sedikit madu..

semoga puasa ini dapat melatih jiwa dan disiplin nafsu, tabiat pemakanan kita dan juga perbelanjaan kita.
supaya ini dpt memberi keberkatan pada semua..