saat kau benar benar mencintai hati orang lain,,,

saat kau ingin benar benar memilikinyaa..

lakukanlah.. apa yang seharusnya di lakukan,,,

saat ini,, aku merasa terlambat untuk mencintainyaa,,,

padahal rasa ini udah ku pendam sejak lama. sejak ku bertemu dengan pesona kedinginannya,,,

dia yang mengajarkanku,, akan berharganya WAKTU,,,

saat waktu itu gag bisa lagi diputar ulang,, di situlah,, aku merasa bahwa dia juga mempunyai rasa yang sama denganku..

dia pernah berkata,, Uang bisa dicari,, tetapi Kebersamaan itu.. gag ada duanya,,,

sekarang,, aku hanya bisa menyesall. menyesal, menangis, ..

dan itu tidak akan bisa mengembalikannya,,

aku kehilangan harapan yang pernah ku impikan selama ini,,,:(

harapan untuk terus bersama dia,,,

Tuhan.. aku ingin bisa ikhlas melepasnya,,,

Tuhan,,, andaikan bisa ku ulang waktu,,, biar aku bisa peka akan semua ini..

from the deepest of my heart,, to dear Fb


Leave a comment »

Ilmuwan India Temukan Goa Raksasa di Bulan

Pada 2009 lalu, Badan Angkasa Jepang JAXA mengumumkan ada sebuah lubang di bulan yang bisa disiapkan jadi pangkalan manusia. Kini, Organisasi Riset Angkasa India menemukan, terdapat sebuah gua raksasa di ekuator bulan, di kawasan Samudera Procellarum. Read the rest of this entry »

Comments (1) »

Gagal Mengorbit, Satelit NASA Jatuh ke Bumi

Sebuah roket yang membawa satelit pemantau iklim terbaru NASA gagal mencapai orbit. Roket dan satelit yang dibawanya jatuh kembali ke Bumi, kemungkinan di sekitar Samudera Pasifik. Penyebabnya, kerucut di hidung roket yang melindungi satelit –disebut dengan fairing– gagal memisahkan diri pada waktunya. Read the rest of this entry »

Leave a comment »

Largest Quran in the World in West Java

The biggest Quran in the world is available at an Islamic boarding school Al-Shriyyah Nurul Iman in Bogor, West Java.

Leader of the boarding school, cleric Saggaf ibn Mahdi ibn Assyekh Abu Bakar ibn Salim, said the Quran was originated from Moro, Philippines.

“At a sudden, we were sent a package two months ago. I may be given a mandate to take good care of [the Quran],” said the cleric today, August 20.

The Quran is two meters in length and 2.80 meters in width. In addition, it is made of banana midrib instead of paper.

The verses are hand-written. Nonetheless, details as to how long the Quran is written as well as who may be behind its production remain unknown. “We’ve been waiting for the precise data for two months,” said the cleric.

The Quran is kept inside Masjid Thoha. Moreover, before it is stored in the masjid, the cleric inspects every verse available. “I did a double-check on the Quran for a month inside my room,” he said. No mistake was found upon the verifying process.

“Hopefully, the Quran can least for the next 500 years,” he said.

Leave a comment »

5,000 Papuans Infected with AIDS

The population in Papua who are positively living with HIV/AIDS until August 2010 are estimated to reach more than 5,000 people, a significant increase compared to last year.

“The health agency has yet to supply the official data. However, it is predicted that the figure has sharply risen,” said Chief of HIV/AIDS Prevention Commission of Papua, Costan Karma, today, August 20. Read the rest of this entry »

Leave a comment »

Deep-sea Images Reveal Colorful Life Off RI

Scientists using cutting-edge technology to explore waters off Indonesia were wowed by colorful and diverse images of marine life on the ocean floor – including plate-sized sea spiders and flower-like sponges that appear to be carnivorous.

They predicted Thursday that as many as 40 new plant and animal species may have been discovered during the three-week expedition that ended Aug. 14.

More than 100 hours of video and 100,000 photographs, captured using a robotic vehicle with high-definition cameras, were piped to shore in real-time by satellite and high-speed Internet.

Verena Tunnicliffe, a professor at the University of Victoria in Canada, said the images provided an extraordinary glimpse into one of the globe’s most complex and little-known marine ecosystems.

“Stalked sea lilies once covered the ocean, shallow and deep, but now are rare,” she said in a written statement. “I’ve only seen a few in my career. But on this expedition, I was amazed to see them in great diversity.”

Likewise, Tunnicliffe has also seen sea spiders before, but those were tiny in comparison, all around one-inch (2.5 centimeters) long: “The sea spiders … on this mission were huge. Eight-inches (20-centimeters) or more across.”

One animal captured on video looks like a flower, covered with glasslike needles, but scientists think it is probably a carnivorous sponge. The spikes, covered with sticky tissue, appear to capture food as it passes by.

Scientists used powerful sonar mapping system and the robotic vehicle to explore nearly 21,000 square miles (54,000 sq. kilometers) of sea floor off northern Indonesia, at depths ranging from 800 feet (240 meters) to over two miles (1.6 kilometers).

The mission was carried out by the U.S. National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s ship, the Okeanos Explorer. An Indonesian vessel, the Baruna Jaya IV, also took part, collecting specimens that, together with all rights for future use, will remain in the country.

Confirmation that a species is new involves a scientific peer review and other steps and can take years.

Leave a comment »

RI Christians Beat on Their Way to Progress

Indonesia’s president ordered police to arrest the assailants who stabbed a Christian worshipper in the stomach and beat a minister in the head with a wooden plank as they headed to prayers.

Neither of the injuries appeared to be life-threatening.

Indonesia, a secular country of 237 million people, has more Muslims than any other in the world. Though it has a long history of religious tolerance, a small extremist fringe has become more vocal – and violent – in recent years. Read the rest of this entry »

Leave a comment »