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Peaceful world

Posted on: 15th September 2015      Leave a Comment

This is a peaceful world with many hateful enemies

steel pipe manufacturer

Posted on: 8th October 2012      Leave a Comment

About Shinestar Group Established in 1993, Shinestar Steel is a company group integrated with steel pipe manufacturing, domestic & foreign trade, warehousing & logistics of steel products and real estate development. Five factories capable of producing seamless and SSAW pipe are invested by the group and located in Xiangtan, Hunan Province, Changzhou & Yangzhou, Jiangsu Province, Cangzhou, Heibei Province and Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam respectively. Being one of “China’s Top 500 Private Enterprises and Top 100 Steel Companies”, Shinestar owns 23 subsidiary companies throughout China with a total of 1800 employees. About Bestar As one of the subsidiary companies under Shinestar Steel Group, Bestar is a dedicated provider and exporter for high performance-price ratio SMLS pipes including hot-rolled, cold-drawn ones with the content of various steel grades. Main Products 1. Oil and Gas Transmission Pipe: OD: 10.3mm - 1016mm with wall thickness: 1.7mm - 52mm 2. OCTG Products: OD: 60.3mm - 508mm with wall thickness: 4.24mm - 16.13mm 3. Pipes for Pressure Use: OD: 6mm - 720mm with wall thickness: 1mm - 120mm 4. Machining Tube and Others: OD: 6mm - 1200mm with wall thickness: 1mm - 200mm Our Advantages Bestar has set up extensive international sales network covering North America, Middle East, Asia, Africa and South America etc. together with our brand partners - CPTDC, PPC, Mitsui and Weatherford. As one of the major exporters of OCTG and line pipe for crude oil and natural gas delivery in China, we topped the export amount of SMLS pipe among Hunan province in 2010. And we will keep growing and expanding the global market.

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Posted on: 21st April 2010      Leave a Comment

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Beer for Stronger Bones true ?

Posted on: 8th April 2010      Leave a Comment

For beer drinkers, a new study that suggests beer is a significant source of a mineral key to maintaining bone density may sound too good to be true. That may well be, say health experts who overwhelmingly agree the the connection may be more wishful thinking than solid science. But that may not stop many brew lovers from viewing the new research as an excuse to order another round. The study of 100 commercial beers in the February issue of the Journal of the Science of Food and Agriculture by Charles Bamforth and Troy Casey of the University of California Davis examined the silicon content that results from different ingredients and brewing processes. "Silicon impacts bone mineral density in humans, and supplementing silicon in the diets of osteoporitic women increased bone mineral density," the authors wrote. Thus, they surmise, silicon-rich beer may also help to strengthen bones. That may well be, say health experts who overwhelmingly agree the the connection may be more wishful thinking than solid science. But that may not stop many brew lovers from viewing the new research as an excuse to order another round. The study of 100 commercial beers in the February issue of the Journal of the Science of Food and Agriculture by Charles Bamforth and Troy Casey of the University of California Davis examined the silicon content that results from different ingredients and brewing processes. "Silicon impacts bone mineral density in humans, and supplementing silicon in the diets of osteoporitic women increased bone mineral density," the authors wrote. Thus, they surmise, silicon-rich beer may also help to strengthen bones.

3 Home Habits Help Youngsters Stay Slim

Posted on: 2nd April 2010      Leave a Comment

Something as simple as sitting down to dinner together as a family can go a long way in helping a child fend off obesity. That's just one of the findings from new research that suggests that family behaviors can have a significant impact on the weight of preschool children. Other behaviors that may help youngsters stay slim include getting adequate sleep and limiting time in front of the TV. "Four-year-olds who regularly ate dinner with the family, got enough sleep and watched less than two hours of TV a day were 40 percent less likely to be obese," said the study's lead author, Sarah Anderson, an assistant professor of epidemiology in the College of Public Health at Ohio State University in Columbus. "One of the things that's potentially useful about recommending these routines, if they're suggested as part of obesity-prevention counseling, is that they may have other benefits, too. And, for pediatricians and other clinicians, we don't have easy, effective treatments for obesity in children, so it's very important to try to prevent obesity," said Anderson.

Obesity: The state of being well above one's normal weight

Posted on: 31st March 2010      Leave a Comment

A person has traditionally been considered to be obese if they are more than 20 percent over their ideal weight. That ideal weight must take into account the person's height, age, sex, and build. Obesity has been more precisely defined by the National Institutes of Health (the NIH) as a BMI of 30 and above. (A BMI of 30 is about 30 pounds overweight.) The BMI (body mass index), a key index for relating body weight to height, is a person's weight in kilograms (kg) divided by their height in meters (m)squared. Since the BMI describes the body weight relative to height, it correlates strongly (in adults) with the total body fat content. Some very muscular people may have a high BMI without undue health risks. Obesity is often multifactorial, based on both genetic and behavioral factors. Accordingly, treatment of obesity usually requires more than just dietary changes. Exercise, counseling and support, and sometimes medication can supplement diet to help patients conquer weight problems. Extreme diets, on the other hand, can actually contribute to increased obesity. Overweight is a significant contributor to health problems. It increases the risk of developing a number of diseases including: Type 2 (adult-onset) diabetes High blood pressure (hypertension) Stroke (cerebrovascular accident or CVA) Heart attack (myocardial infarction or MI) Heart failure (congestive heart failure) Cancer (certain forms such as cancer of the prostate and cancer of the colon and rectum) Gallstones and gall bladder disease (cholecystitis) Gout and gouty arthritis Osteoarthritis (degenerative arthritis) of the knees, hips, and the lower back Sleep apnea (failure to breath normally during sleep, lowering blood oxygen) Pickwickian syndrome (obesity, red face, underventilation, and drowsiness).

Things No One Tells You About Marriage

Posted on: 28th March 2010      Leave a Comment

You are smart. You know life is no storybook. But admit it: Somewhere deep in your subconscious lurk romantic visions of Cinderella, or maybe Julia Roberts. The images may be sketchy and a little outdated, but you can still make out the silhouette of the bride and Prince Charming riding off into the sunset. In real life, sometimes your Disney fairy tale ends up feeling more like a Wes Craven horror flick - and you are the chick who keeps falling down and screaming for her life. I have been there. Let us face it, marriage is not for the faint of heart. You want to believe your pure love for each other will pull you through. And it does. But it ain't always pretty. That may sound grim. But here's a secret: Sometimes it's the least romantic parts of marriage that have the most to teach you about yourself, your partner, and the nature of love. Read on for some simple truths that will unlock the surprising treasures and pleasures in your imperfect, unstorybook, real-life love. 1. You will look at the person lying next to you and wonder, Is this it? Forever? When you get married, you think that as long as you pick the right guy - your soul mate - you will be happy together until death do you part. Then you wake up one day and realize that no matter how great he is, he doesn't make you happy every moment of every day. In fact, some days you might wonder why you were in such a hurry to get married in the first place. You think to yourself, This is so not what I signed up for. Actually, it is. You just didn't realize it the day you and your guy were cramming wedding cake into each others faces, clinking champagne glasses, and dancing the Electric Slide. Back then you had no idea that "for better and for worse" doesn't kick in only when life hands you a tragedy. Your relationship mettle is, in fact, most tested on a daily basis, when the utter sameness of day-in day-out togetherness can sometimes make you want to run for the hills. That's when the disappointment sneaks in, and maybe even a palpable sense of loneliness and grief. It's not him. It's just you, letting go of that sugarcoated fantasy of marriage that danced in your eyes the day you and your beloved posed in all those soft-focus wedding photos. You are learning that marriage isn't a destination; it is a journey filled with equal parts excitement and tedium. Waking up from a good dream to face the harsh morning daylight may not seem like a reason to celebrate. But trust me, it is. Because once you let go of all the hokey stories of eternal bliss, you find that the reality of marriage is far richer and more rewarding than you ever could have guessed. Hard, yes. Frustrating, yes. But full of its own powerful, quiet enchantments just the same, and that is better than any fairy tale.

Worlds Tallest Dog

Posted on: 26th March 2010      Leave a Comment

Weighing in at over 245 pounds and standing over 43 inches tall,GEORGE, The Guinness World Record Holder for Tallest Living Dog & Tallest Dog Ever.4 years old, born November 17, 2005. Great Dane. Sleeps on a Queen Size Bed...alone.Consumes 110 pounds of food every month.Has to Bend Over to Drink Out of the Kitchen Faucet.Sits in a chair like a human. The Arizona owners of the Great Dane said their beloved pooch has been officially named the Tallest Dog Ever by Guinness World Records. Dave Nasser of Tucson said his dog, George, was named Tallest Dog and Tallest Dog Ever by the recordkeeping group and the certification has led to a Facebook group with more than 20,000 members and a taped appearance on "The Oprah Winfrey Show," scheduled to air Tuesday, The (Tucson) Star reported. The previous Tallest Dog record holder was Titan, a 42 1/4-inch canine from San Diego

Worlds biggest iceberg

Posted on: 24th March 2010      Leave a Comment

Calved from the Ross Ice Shelf in March 2000[1], B-15 broke up into several pieces in 2000, 2002 and 2003, the largest of which, B-15A, was the world's largest free-floating object at 27 x 122 km (17 x 76 mi) with an area of 3,100 sq.km (1,200 mi, approximately the size of Luxembourg). In November 2003, after the separation from B-15J iceberg, B-15A drifted away from Ross Island on the open waters of the Ross Sea. In December 2003 a small knife-shaped iceberg, B-15K (about 300 sq.km), detached itself from the main body of B-15A and started drifting northward. In 2005 prevailing currents took B-15A slowly past the Drygalski ice tongue; the collision broke off the tip of Drygalski in mid-April. Then the iceberg sailed on along the coast leaving McMurdo Sound until it ran aground off Cape Adare in Victoria Land and broke into several smaller pieces on 27-28 October 2005. The largest piece is still named B-15A (its surface is now approx. 1,700 sq.km), while three additional pieces were named B-15P, B-15M and B-15N. It has since moved farther up north and broken up into more pieces. These were spotted by air force fisheries patrol on 3 November 2006. On 21 November several large pieces were seen just 60 km off the coast of Timaru, New Zealand. The largest measures about 1.8 km (~1 mi), rising 37 m (120 ft) from the surface of the ocean. also the same iceberg that took down titanic.

What is Dubai and who runs it?

Posted on: 19th March 2010      Leave a Comment

The glittering city in the desert has gone from the pinnacle of the world economic boom to the brink of bankruptcy. Christopher Davidson of Durham University explains some of the background. The inability of the government of Dubai to refinance the massive debts incurred by its largest state-owned company, Dubai World, has sent shockwaves throughout the world prompting many observers to ask not only how severe the economic crisis is, but also what exactly is Dubai and who is in control of it? Although frequently described as a city state or even as a country in its own right, Dubai is a constituent member of the federation of United Arab Emirates along with six other emirates. Only one of these, Abu Dhabi, possesses substantial oil reserves, and as such it has dominated most areas of federal politics - including foreign affairs and defence - since the UAE was formed following Britain's withdrawal from the Persian Gulf in 1971. Control Dubai, however, has always maintained an air of autonomy within the federation as a result of its long history as a successful free port. When the UAE constitution was drafted this relative independence was taken into account as each emirate was allowed to retain control over its own natural resources and economic development path. Gradually Dubai did allow itself to integrate more fully into the UAE, finally handing over its militia - the Dubai Defence Force - in 1996. But this move was interpreted at the time as a means of transferring costly services to the federal government so as to allow Dubai to pursue its economic ambitions. With little oil, Dubai's only hope of maintaining a distinct identity from Abu Dhabi was to diversify at a fast pace, building up various non-oil sectors such as luxury tourism and real estate. Overextended On paper it was succeeding, as by 2008 over 95% of its GDP was made up by such sectors. But with the onset of the credit crunch much of this success began to come undone as foreign direct investment and appetite for these activities faded. Dubai had also badly overextended itself with most of its mega projects - including giant manmade islands - being financed by large debts. With most of these needing to be refinanced in the near future, the emirate's government spent most of 2009 trying to attract international creditors but was largely unsuccessful. With Abu Dhabi providing some limited financial assistance, both in February 2009 and earlier this week, Dubai managed to keep afloat. But with Abu Dhabi's clear unwillingness to completely bail out Dubai, much attention has been placed on the relationship between the two emirates, especially since the recent default. If Abu Dhabi does not provide more help, then the government of Dubai will soon be bankrupt. Competition Although the ruler of Dubai, Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, recently told journalists to "shut up" and stop referring to Dubai and Abu Dhabi as being separate, and although the Al Maktoum family is of the same tribe as Abu Dhabi's ruling Al Nahyan family - the Bani Yas - the two dynasties nonetheless have a long history of rivalry In 1833, Dubai broke away from Abu Dhabi and had to rely on British protection. Even in the 1940s, there was armed conflict between the two neighbours. More recently, there has been intense competition, including each establishing its own 'national airline' despite obvious overlaps. As such, further assistance from Abu Dhabi is far from guaranteed. Beyond the government and the ruling family there will also be a broader impact of the crisis in Dubai. Thousands of migrant workers, mostly from South Asia, are already stranded in the emirate, and there are likely to be more over the coming weeks as more companies cease their operations or face cutbacks. These men will have difficulty returning home. Similarly many other expatriates, some of them Westerners, will also lose their jobs, and the many foreigners who invested in the emirate's much vaunted real estate sector may see substantial losses on the properties they purchased as investments, retirement homes, or holiday villas.

Islam at a glance

Posted on: 20th November 2009      Leave a Comment

The word Islam means 'submission to the will of God'. Islam is the second largest religion in the world with over 1 billion followers. The 2001 census recorded 1,591,000 Muslims in the UK, around 2.7% of the population. There are several different groups of Muslims, but all of them, in every country and community, regard their faith as a bond between them, and as a major part of their identity. Islam was revealed over 1400 years ago in Mecca, Arabia. Followers of Islam are called Muslims. Muslims believe that there is only One God. The Arabic word for God is Allah. According to Muslims, God sent a number of prophets to mankind to teach them how to live according to His law. Jesus, Moses and Abraham are respected as prophets of God. They believe that the final Prophet was Muhammad (peace be upon him). Muslims believe that Islam has always existed, but for practical purposes, date their religion from the time of the migration of Muhammad. Muslims base their laws on their holy book the Qur'an, and the Sunnah. The Sunnah is the practical example of Prophet Muhammad. There are five basic Pillars of Islam. These pillars are the declaration of faith, praying five times a day, giving money to charity, fasting and a once in a lifetime pilgrimage to Mecca

Mozilla releases second Firefox 3.6 beta

Posted on: 12th November 2009      Leave a Comment

Mozilla, racing to release Firefox 3.6 before the end of the year, has released a second beta of the open-source browser for Windows, Mac, and Linux. Firefox 3.6 beta 1 introduced most of the new features, most visibly the ability to customize Firefox's look through Personas, less than two weeks ago. But among the 190 patches in the new beta is what Mike Beltzner, Mozilla's director of Firefox, described in a blog post as "a mechanism to prevent incompatible software from crashing Firefox." There also are a number of deeper changes in Firefox 3.6 that Web developers likely will be more interested in. Note that one of them, the ability to use color gradients with formatting technology called Cascading Style Sheets (CSS), has changed syntax in between Firefox 3.6 beta 1 and beta 2. Mozilla is trying to accelerate the pace of Firefox releases; Firefox 3.7 is set for release in the first half of 2010 and 4.0 some time later that year. The project faces new competition from Google's Chrome browser.