Monday, November 17, 2014

Lama tak update

Pukimak babi lancau..... lama sial tak update blog.
Babi lama sial tak update blog. Last update tahun 2012...
Tu pun copy paste speech public speaking punya subjek.
Ok lah bukan apa, dah busy main twit jer, padahal banyak je idea bernas nak tulis.
Mungkin aku semakin matang (kot), tapi macam ramai je dah tinggalkan benda alah blogger ni.....

Ok lah guys. Nanti aku update blog aku dengan esei yg aku tulis masa nak apply Perdana Programme tu. Tapi dalam english la tapi tak dapat pun last2.. Entah la idea tak masuk akal atau terlalu banyak salah grammar you be the judge.....

see you guys fuckers!!

Ditulis pada 4:45 AM. Tak boleh tidur punya pasal.

Thursday, June 28, 2012

War is not the viable alternatives to promote peace

This is the transcript of my recent speech for the public speaking test. It's about how devastating a war can be, and I reinforce my point by showing the effect and causes. Forgive the grammar and structural mistake, because I made this in only one night. My earlier plan was to give a speech about the myth behind video game's violence, but later I found that there's no solid argument to consolidate my point.
And I think that last minute change of plan was the right thing to do. The next day, there was another person which came out with the video game's topic. Feww

What is your greatest fear? Being rejected? The insects? Your grade? After all, fear is an essence in humans’ life. We all bound to be afraid of something. As for me, I afraid of the future. We don’t know what lies ahead. We lived for yesterday, live for today but uncertain of tomorrow. The human species is malevolent in nature. They’re savages. They kill each other and destroy the nature. Albeit religion promotes peace and do good deeds to other people, the various kind of this ideology create a new problem: war in the name of religion. But to put the blame solely on religion is just unfair. War is also erupting amongst the people of same race and religion. What is the cause of war? The inability to accept a common understanding.

As a representative of UN, I’m obliged to campaign against war. And today, I’m going to give a speech titled: War is not the viable alternatives to promote peace
I believe we don’t need to fight fire with fire. There is always a way to resolve conflicts other than military confrontation. 
Because war bring a lot of consequences.

So let’s take a look at the first effect of wars.
War significantly depopulates man.  Do you have grandparents or father who served in the army during the Japanese Invasion?
Imagine the torment of losing the one you loved in wars.
In World War 1, 38 million people died. This war was started by Germany after their Duke was assassinated.
World War 2 was the deadliest military conflict with death toll of 60 million. It happened because Germany was severely affected by the World War 1. They had to pay for the war debt, unemployment was very high and Hitler’s ambition for world domination.
The cold war between USA and Soviet Union never resort to military engagement. But they both indirectly fought each other in Vietnam. Vietnam War will forever be remembered in American’s history as one of the bloodiest war with both sides losing 6 million live

The effect of these is ruinous, especially to the war Veterans. They survived the war, but they still fighting with emotional breakdown and suffered from Post traumatic disorder. The fact that they killed many young men in battlefield will forever accompanied throughout their whole life.
In war, millions of men are sent to fight. The effect can be seen today. We have less male to female ratio. Because male were killed and there only left the woman. This will create an imbalance in composition on long term.

As we have been legally allowed to kill each other in war, there will grow a sentiment of pessimism whether human’s species can continue to survive.
Are we not much different than the people 1000 years ago? Will we destroy each other and see the end is coming? Some question remains unanswered.
Ladies and gentleman, to fight war we need soldiers. These soldiers need an armada to support them. This is a huge expenditure.
APC, tank, fighter jets are all cost money.
During war, lot of money is poured to buy all of these things. Commodities such as fuel are wasted. Isn’t it better if we spend all those money on research and development to make us understands our world better? And the war, more money is needed to rebuild a ruined nation. This includes houses, airport, buildings and roads that were destroyed in war.

The results of this huge expenditure are the inevitable economic depression and financial crisis.
In World War 1, Germany lost and was forced to pay huge sum of ‘war debt’. The Russia involvement in World War 1 severely affected their economy and somehow contributed to the Russia Revolution 1917.
In this modern world, the two costly wars on Iraq and Afghanistan had burnt a hole in USA’s pocket. They’re now is in crisis, and around the world will also be affected. It’s all a chain reaction of domino effect.

The last effect of war I want to talk about is it greatly demolishes landscape, structure and productivity in the involving’s nation.
Take an example of the two nuclear atoms dropped in Hiroshima and Nagasaki. It turned these cities into rubble in just few seconds.
Firing of cannon, artillery and spraying chemical weapon is polluting the environment.

It is estimated that 70% of productivity were lost during the course of World War 2. Imagine how much we’ve lost. It’s mesmerizing to think about.
The effects of war can be seen in soil infertility. Crops can’t be planted and water is contaminated. For the nuclear bomb victim, the gamma radiation mutating the gene of their offspring. A lot of historical artefacts, monuments and building all were lost, stolen or destroyed. What we want to show to our future generation?

Ladies and gentleman. We’ve seen how devastating the war is. Let’s recall all the effects that I’ve stressed.
War caused devastating effects in our life. It depopulates the nation, halt economic growth and create a lot of problems. We must find a way to avert war and solve conflicts through reasoning and find a mutual understanding amongst people of different ideology, race, ethnics and religion. Before I end my speech, I want to quote French Clergyman, Francois Fenelon “All wars are civil wars, because all men are brothers”

Friday, June 8, 2012

Renewable Energy

I am meek when it comes to give out my opinion. I do have some good point of views on certain issues, but that's it. That type of opinion will only be tweet and end just like that. Sometimes I'll discuss it with a friends, but I'm not really good in recalling something in detail. Without a data to support my argument, my points can't be presented clearly.
Because I have been quiet for some times in this blog, I think it's best if I update it with something. No, I'm not writing about myself. Because apparently I just realized that nobody is giving any shit about me. This is a transcript of my speech, which I presented for my public speaking class. After I harshly forced my tiny brain for a topic, I finally came out with the idea of 'Renewable energy'.

Good morning Prof Zulkifli and my fellow classmates.

Just look at around us. In this era of post-Edison, everything, including the air cond, the lamp, the computer and even the hot water you used to warm your body at early in the morning is powered by electricity. Unfortunately, the electricity as we know it is not primordial. It need to be generated from the burning of coal, which in effects pollute the environment.

Ladies and gentlemen, according to the data from IEA (International Energy Agency), 67% of the total electricity generated in the world is through fossil fuel. This percentage had increased exponentially in the last few decades, particularly contributed by the countries that undergone rapid industrial revolution like China. In researching this speech, I learned that fossil fuel is limited and will diminish in 2042. We're only few years before we had this energy-apocalypse. And as for today, I will talk about three alternative energy generation – Wind energy, hydroelectric dam and nuclear fusion

The first is Wind turbines........... Bla3 insert shit here..........
ok I'm fucking lazy to rewrite the full transcript. Will just paste the outline. That if you're even interested to read it........

I. A wind turbines converts kinetic energy from the wind to mechanical energy.
A. 1. Wind energy is the most natural way to generate electricity
     2. Wind is available freely and virtually unlimited
     3. The generation of electricity through wind don’t pollute the environment
B. 1. It is widely used in Europe because of the favourable climate. In Germany it makes up to 40% of total renewable energy generation
    2. According to the world wind energy report 2010, 6.5% of Germany's total electricity consumption was generated by winds
    3. Wind technology has provide Germany huge benefit in term of economy, social and environment.

II. Hydroelectric is generated through the use of the gravitational force of falling or flowing water in a dam
A. 1. It is the most widely used form of renewable energy, accounting for 16 percent of global electricity consumption
      2. The reservoir act like a battery, storing potential energy in the form of water
      3. Highly dynamic and it can be adjusted according to how much energy is needed at specific time
B. Suitable to build in a large country with a big lakes and fast flowing of water
1. This type of energy generation don’t depend of raw materials
     2. Most of the plants nowadays are fully automatic and doesn’t require many employee
     3. It can operate for many years after built (50 – 100 years)

III. In nuclear plants, electricity is generated through the heat occur during nuclear fission.
A. 1. There are several varieties of Uranium, but Uranium-235 is the most important to the production of nuclear plants 
     2. The splitting of an atom releases an incredible amount of heat and is used to boil water to drives turbine generator
     3. To prevent overheating, control rods are inserted into the uranium and raising or lower it can control the rate of nuclear reaction

B. Uranium is available readily on earth’s core and can be mined with conventional mining method
     1. The emission of carbon dioxide in nuclear power plant is minimal
     2. Nuclear fission produces roughly a million times more energy per unit weight than fossil fuel
    3. High amount of energy can be generated from a single nuclear power plant. Also, nuclear fuel is inexpensive and easier to transport


I. As we have seen, renewable energy is the future to clean and efficient ways of electric generation.
II. Let’s recall three method of renewable energy generation that are wind turbines, hydroelectric dam and nuclear fission
III. As we progress in science and technology, latest research enables us to overcome the current limitations of today’s technology

Friday, August 19, 2011


389 words
typing test

Fucking Perfect!! Forgive my fingers for dancing faster than it should be, for this awesomeness was purely
lol kthxbb

Saturday, July 16, 2011

A Certain Dilemma

In a mere few month, this pleasant way of life is going to end. I'm going to step out of this comfort zone and pursuing my degree in Physic Instrumentations and electronic. While all the 3 words is no alien for most of science students, the course itself reflect what I've achieved for my pre U study which is not end well. Some say this is lelong course for students who don't fit the requirements for critical course; no more argument here. It's an inconvenience truth, I embrace it openly.

To be honest, I am not quite sure what I'm going to learn for the whole 3 years. The UMT website is vague with no deep details on the course. Only some introductions with no clear job prospect for the graduate. But it has something to do with robotics, which I think going to be a big hit in the future. Do you know nowadays a lot of people lost their job as their work had been replaced by robots? The advancement of technology while bring positive impacts on industry to reduce labor cost, as well as increasing efficiency and productivity ,however come with an adverse effect to humanity. Indirectly, it’s solved an equation of the nature’s law; every action has an equal and opposite reaction. Metaphorically portray the technology as an action, the people losing jobs is the “opposite reaction”.

Taking this research into a bit further, more questions arise. How is this graduate going to compete with mechanical, electronic and mechanical engineering? This field is applied science, which make use of existing fundamental theory into application of everyday life and basically, it stand with the same level as engineering. Well said, is this some kind of specialized branch of electronic or just the application of electronic? While pure science deals with the exact science of the development of scientific theories, applied science is the exact science of applying knowledge from one or more natural scientific fields to practical problems. What I understand is pure science create a theory, then applied science use it for application in daily life. Example would be silicon, which were discovered many years ago, but as time progress, it become semi-conductor components and eventually, some company with a genius group of think tank unveils a new technology called cell phone. Who would’ve thought a communication would be possible with semi-conductor while century ago it was only on electric pulse?

If it's something to do with robotic, ICT and electronic, I'm imagining a semi-conductor company which make use of a robot technology to assemble an electronic product. In this case, isn't the work of an electronic engineer alone is enough? What exactly the role of Physic instrumentations and electronic graduate will be? An assistant for the engineer? That's not likely.
And why would on earth a company hiring people with knowledge in that field if they had already employed an electronic engineer?
Maybe to suggest the company a new potential commercial products from the current machine that already been used in the factory could be transform into human sex robot with a slight appearance modifications, and then left the engineer to figure out how would considerate amount of power supply need to be put so as the vibrations produced will have maximum pleasure. To add safety feature, the engineer must also, figure out how to prevent the user from electrocute themselves when they ejaculate, by designing a fuse throughout the circuit and also make sure the material used is water resistant, good insulator as well as no accumulated electrostatic charge being built to avoid any shock induced to the end user.

Ok enough of astray rants, back to the real world. For just September intake this year, no fewer than 40 thousands are accepted into university. And that’s figure is going to increase exponentially when we add students from IPTS. Did I mention foreign graduate or professional immigrants? Can the job market for this country sustain these large numbers? The answer is obviously not, well as you can already see from the surrounding. Government, stop being ridiculous, you're building a Ponzi pyramid scheme. This bubble is soon to be exploding. Even though the unemployment rate for this country is at least lower than that US, frankly speaking, I don't believe that. Gov has surely altered the figure to hide the truth.

So, is it a wise decision to instead spending 3 years of studying something that might be someday not useful, I jump into the job force and gain as much as experience before start to enroll in diploma. Although it is very unlikely happen to me, a lot of people suggesting experience is vital but without education, it's hard to climb the ladder into corporate. Gosh what a cruel world for me.
On the bright side, the course combines ICT, Electronic and the uses of instrumentations. The first two words are my passion; I'm really looking forward into it.

Determined to look far beyond forward and not in 1000 years to repeat the 1 year mistake,   I hope this post will serve as a reminder for me. I've fall once and there's no certainty that I would stand someday, but the scar will remain as a beacon of my mistakes..cewah berfalsafah pula 

p/s; I'm writing this blog post on my touch screen phone. 600++ words were making my hands strained. Is blackberry do any good to write lengthy words? 

Monday, July 4, 2011

Forever Alone, Keyboard warrior and the dawn of skate

After worked for a few days at Takoyaki stall, I find a proper job, but just a for a short time. Right now, it's almost a month since my last job and I filled my time with just ; sit with computer : )

facebooking, /k, /b, twitter, gaming, call of duty, garena, reading informational article, prison break, how i met your mother, american dad, futurama, game of thrones, romes, ton of movies and currently I'm following Fringe.

I start to get back to my old habit.. A proud Internet Man

And like others things that I've interest on it, skateboarding seems to slowly fade away.. My last skate session was 2-3 weeks ago. I used to play it everyday and can't even stop thinking of it and eventually turned into an obsession but now, I dunno wat happen lol...
It seems like I've given up skating and happy with with my old life.. 

i also not sure which and what course will be offered to me with my disappointing matriculation result..let it be, i'll just accept whatever I get. I'am not in a position to make a demand that favor me.

yes, I'm forever alone and embrace it proudly. Problem??


Of all the odds and suffering

Fucking Matriculation programme, the hell of 1 years of suffering, come to finish with a catastrophic ending.
If you're my loyal follower of this stupid, inferior and scientifically uninteresting blog, you will no doubt have idea why I say it's a hell version of this universe. No, I'm not making comparison to the neraka jahanam, but it's a metaphor of what I've been through.

So, managed to find a job, the first was at Takoyaki stall, owned by my ex-classmates back when I was at MRSM. It's a new experience, I learn how to make Takoyaki, a Japanese food version of Malay's cekodok in my opinion.

and while I got excited of it, some things are meant to not pleasing me. The place I worked; took 1 hour drive from my home and imagine I've to get up on 7am after month of adjusting my biological clock to get up at 1pm(in some cases more later).
That's not the worst part; my 2 days work was paid RM 22. Yes, 26 hours worth of workforce excluding my trips.
Actually, I'm quite hesitate to blame him for the small wages, because those 2 days,we are not making much sales. If not mistaken, the combined sales for the 2 days was only RM 60. Minus 22 for me, and that's not including the raw material yet to make that snack. And did I say the rent for that small stall is RM 1500 per month? So basically, they need to make RM 50 for a day to make profit, in which case they don't and instead of making profit, they are losing.
The most funny thing is, my parents came to buy 2 sets of that Takoyaki on my 2nd day of work, and I ask for some money so I could refuel the car and go back.

What is the reason behind this business failure?

I can think of 2 reasons;

1. Not so much of popularity
While sushi had make it name in Malaysia, Takoyaki on the other hand is barely known. The first time I tasted it, it's not very tasty and I don't like it. I'm not sharing the same feeling ; at least from my observations, some people simply thrown away and cannot finish eating it. When my family came, I ask my lil brother how it's taste and an honest answer of 7 years old boy merely said ; tak sedap.
Those people that say sedap, maybe they faked it because you know, this friend of mine invited some of his friends to come over at his stall and they are well, feel obligated to buy, and try and what'd ya expect when he asked how about mah takoyaki?? Sometimes the truth need to be keep hidden, so yeah, very sedap liao

2. Location
One of the most important thing in business, is the location. A strategic location will be at large audience to draw more customer, but another thing that need to be put into attention is the suitability.
Takoyaki I believed, is a rich-people snack and be considered exotic. Like sushi, not everyone eat them frequently on daily basis.
The stall is at Tesco, which served as a heaven for middle to low income group shopping.
Most of the people that come there are family and they go not for the purpose of hangout, but rather to stock their household items. And these people, they have strict discipline in what to get and what not so they don't overspend. So, do you think RM 4.50 per set for 4 pcs is a worth to eat? Some people, like me, they are quite stingy when it comes to food. I'm thinking of suggesting he moves his stall to Jusco Aeon, which is next to Tesco, but then, who I am to advice this "MLM millionaire" wannabe?

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