The Death Star from the Star Wars universal was 120 kilometres in diameter. Much of its interior space was devoted to systems required to maintain its massive super laser and power plant. At the heart of the Death Star is a gigantic hyper matter reactor. Within this chamber burned a fusion reaction of prodigious proportions, fed by stellar fuel bottles lining its periphery (Star Wars Databank)
The H1N1 virus is up close under the microscope and this virus is also known as the swine flu. Image source: Wikipedia
As at todate, 44,287 cases have been reported all over the world with 180 deaths – the bulk coming from Mexico: 113, US: 44 and Canada: 12 deaths.
(Where are the masks? Image source: http://www.jordantimes.com)
Malaysia has finally hit 50 confirmed H1N1 case last week and one can rest assured that it is not going to be the last case. The last reported case was a student in SRJKC – Jalan Davidson in Kuala Lumpur and the authorities have closed the school for a week.
(It looks like a classic case of too many cooks spoils the soup – is this a case of too many safety experts from various sectors are now involved in the Jaya Supermarket fiasco that killed 7 people. Image source: Mai Tomyam)
Isn’t this a bit interesting?
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Ghazali said government buildings were exempted from having to apply for Certificate of Fitness before occupying the premises.