Friday, December 24, 2010

Merry X'mas 2010

Wish you all a blessed Merry Christmas!

Christmas is not about Santa Claus
Christmas is not about exchanging gift
Christmas is not about  snowing Christmas tree

For God so loved the world
Christ has come as a baby child in Bethlehem
His name is Jesus
He came to save us
Bringing us a gift of hope
To fill our hearts with love
This is God's eternal plan
And Christmas is the reason we celebrate.

Wednesday, December 22, 2010

Application of Centre of Gravity

Wednesday December 22, 2010 , The Star

Experts: High-decked bus unsuitable for highlands

PETALING JAYA: The bus involved in the horrific accident along the Cameron Highlands-Simpang Pulai road which killed 27 people was to be used only for city tours, not for long-distance travels, especially those involving hilly terrain, experts say. They said high-decked buses were unsuitable for travelling uphill as the centre of gravity was higher, making such vehicles very unstable. The bus can become unstable when going uphill or when travelling at a higher speed. This is especially when drivers negotiate sharp bends,” he said.

He said all the passengers of the ill-fated bus were seated in the upper deck, adding: “This can result in instability and the centre of gravity is out.” The lower deck, he said, was designed as a conference room and was filled with the passengers’ luggage.Asked if such a vehicle was allowed to travel uphill, Dr Wong said: “A high-decked bus is more stable if its centre of gravity is lower.”
This is what you have learn from Form 2 Science lesson:
  • the lower the centre of gravity, the higher the stability of the object.
  • the wider the base area, the higher the stability of the object.

So, never ever board the double decker bus to Genting highlands or Cameron highlands!
Science knowledges really can save lives.

Friday, December 17, 2010

Invitation to Christmas Drama

If you are free on 24 & 25 Dec 2010, spend your valuable time at Dewan Sri Pinang to witness yourself one of the best Christmas drama in town. See you there.

Thursday, December 16, 2010

PMR Result on 23 Dec 2010

The 2010 PMR results will be released on Dec 23. The candidates can get their re-sults from their schools from 10am, said a statement from the Education Ministry. Private candidates will get their results through the mail, the statement added. A total of 479,675 candidates sat for the examination, 446,896 of them from government schools. — Bernama

Dear Form 3 students,
I hope that all of you can score well in your PMR. Remember to inform me about your result. God Bless You.