Posted on Jul 3, 2013 at 9PM permalink

Good morning! have blessed day!

paalam!

Posted on Sep 8, 2012 at 11PM permalink

bye bye to all muna….

cristyquijano:

Kapag masakit na ang ulo ko sa BIOCHEM. Touch ko lang toh! HAHAHA (Taken with Instagram)

cristyquijano:

Kapag masakit na ang ulo ko sa BIOCHEM. Touch ko lang toh! HAHAHA (Taken with Instagram)

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Posted on Jun 22, 2011 at 6AM permalink

asar kinuha yung coin purse ko buti nalang may barya ako…

NBA game 4 »
Posted on Jun 8, 2011 at 12AM permalink
LMAO- party rock anthem »

shuffling 

Posted on Jun 6, 2011 at 8PM permalink
Posted on Jun 5, 2011 at 9PM

Facts about SPACE

Posted on May 31, 2011 at 2AM
Radio astronomy began in 1932, when engineer Karl Jansky was trying to track down ""static"" that was interfering with long-distance radio communication. He found interference coming from space - but astronomers of the time weren't interested.
The next transit is on June 6, 2012 and will be visible from northwestern North America, northern Asia, Japan, Korea, eastern China, Philippines, eastern Australia, and New Zealand, according to NASA. Portions of the 2012 event will be visible in parts of North America, Asia, the Middle East, Europe and Africa.
Because the asteroid Gaspra is so small (about 19 x 12 x 11 kilometers, or 12 x 7.5 x 7 miles), its surface gravitational force is two thousand times smaller than that of the Earth's, yielding an escape speed of only 10 meters per second (22 miles per hour); an Olympic-caliber sprinter could run himself into orbit! A 200 pound person would weigh 0.1 pounds!
In the second century BC, the Greek astronomer Hipparchus divided the stars into six brightness categories called 'magnitudes'. The first magnitude stars were the brightest, while sixth was the faintest he could see.
Volcanoes on Io eject material at speeds of 2000 mph.

In my end is my beginning.