Saturday, April 24, 2010

Random Pics of life.

Its been really a long time, i posted here. Things are not going as i am expected and truly saying , life sucks (very much). I am not even able keep up with relationship, people, places, career and future. Right now little tensed and depressed. But i can still manage my 'pretend'ing habit. I mean i can still smile. :) cheeeeeeeesse.

Right now I am sitting in my room listening to some sweet bollywood music. What else to do. I am not even interested to visit my own blog. But i was really happy to see when google pick my blog in the first first raw when some one search for word 'shafis'. :) (another cheeeeeeeeees) I think my work paid of me for what i'hv done 2 years back. :P (gratitude)

So this is the actual pic of my life. Alright, now some random pics of life .. :)

Vava on his Bike.

my friends at the beach having some action :0

Lonely beach ....

Those trees are awesome to see ...

This pics i took from inside the trees. Furnished in photoshop ;)

A beautiful wood carved by nature left unnoticed ....

rusty bulldozer ....

rusty crains ....

goods train from railwaystation...

pretty cute no?

one of my friend's pet .. Soooooo cute. :)

Sunday, April 18, 2010

Home made Incubator

My Brother and me have designed and developed a small incubator system using the some theories fund in the internet. Basic factors where humidity and temperature. We designed a system that provide the rated factors. Ofcourse its not fully automatic, but some kinda semi automatic.

Theory goes here:

When you consider how to make egg incubator, you must consider all the things that an incubator has to do. Here's a short list of bullets to consider when making an egg incubator.

-Temperature Control
Your homemade incubator must be able to maintain a steady temperature appropriate to the species you are trying to hatch. The incubation area must be in an area that is free from direct sunlight and drafts. The temperature control doesn't matter, as long as it can be adjusted in increments. A thermometer should be present in the enclosed area to measure and maintain the appropriate level of heat. Optimum temperature required in 37.9 digree celcius

-Humidity Control
Your homemade incubator must be able to maintain a steady humidity level, appropriate to the species you are trying to hatch. An easy way to accomplish this by building in plans for a pan of water to be placed under the incubator to raise humidity, and vents or slots in the incubator to lower humidity, as needed. Optimum requirement is 85 to 87 %

-Turning Mechanism
If you aren't able to build an automatic turning mechanism into your design, you have to ensure that the enclosed area is not sealed, that is, it can be opened easily in order to access the eggs quickly to turn them, without significant change in heat or humidity. Ofcourse we dont have an automatic turning system.

The base of your incubator needs to be a material that is easily removable, or easily cleaned. Also, the flooring should not be made of certain materials, as they may be poisonous to the species being raised. Cedar chips, for example, are poisonous to quail and should never be used as flooring.

Sunday, April 4, 2010

seasonal Fruit. I dont know its English name. :)

This is one the fruit plant that i grown in my back yard. This year it flowered and fruited. My 5 year waiting finally comes to an end. And hell yeah its so cool to see it hanging on the branch. A lot of neighborhood kids are coming to pick these. And even though its burning summer here, i have managed to keep this guy from hot sun.

Some more pics..

sorry for the low quality images. I took it with my phone :)

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