Bird that cannot raise their own offspring

The reason why I made this video was because I hate this bird, even I know it is their nature. Sometimes, I don’t even know why clock inventors use the sound of this devil bird in their clock alarm. I do pity the small bird (reed warbler) which works very hard to build their own nest and then has to feed the devil that kills her offspring. This is not the only bird that behaves in such way. There is still a kind of duck which leads the life in similar way. However, that kind of duck is not that cruel. They will just leave the eggs for other birds (gulls, usually) to lay and when the baby duck (chick) hatches, the chick will just leave the nest after a few hours without bothering the bird nor their offspring. That is acceptable behavior and not to be hated. Watch the Cuckoo and think for yourself. MPSINFO



After having been busy which makes me away from my blog for a long time, today, I felt I wanted to make a collection of my beloved geeks who have changed the way I (and all of us) live. Some geeks may appear first or last in my collection, but it doesn’t necessarily mean they are ranked first nor last. I love them all.

Geeks who have changed the way we live.

As in my disclaimer, it is to be noticed that these individuals who appear here in my list are not necessarily the single founders of their respective firms/products. They may be co-founders. The reason why I listed only these people and not their co-founders was because these are at least representatives of those in their team. Also, it was because they are commonly known by the public; there is no big deal. There still lovely geeks who are not listed here, but they are all in my heart.

It is also to be noticed that they are not just founders of the firms/products I mentioned in the list. In fact they founded a lot more than just what I mentioned. I just listed their most known firms/product they founded.

Note: Some founders here might have left the firms/products.

Enjoy loving them and have a nice weekend.




  • គ្រាប់ឈាមក្រហមចំនួន ២​លានគ្រាប់ងាប់រៀងរាល់វិនាទី
    Two million red blood cells die every second.
  • ប្រហែល ៧% នៃទំងន់របស់មនុស្សបានមកពីឈាម
    Seven percent of a human body’s weight is made up of blood.
  • ក្នុងមួយថ្ងៃឈាមចំនួន​ ១៥១៤.១៦៥លីត្រ ត្រូវបានបូមចេញចូលតាមរយៈក្រលៀន
    Each day 400 gallons of recycled blood are pumped through the kidneys.
  • ដោយការបរិចាកឈាមតែប្រហែលកន្លះលីត្រ អ្នកអាចជួយសង្គ្រោះជីវិតមនុស្សចំនួនដល់ទៅ ៤នាក់​ឯណោះ
    By donating just one pint of blood, four lives can be saved.
  • ឈាមមានភាពប្រលាក់ជាប់ខ្លាំង ដែលធ្វើឲ្យជនជាតិដើមអាមេរិកយកទៅប្រើប្រាស់ក្នុងគំនូររបស់ពួកគេ
    Blood is such a good stain that Native Americans used for paint.
  • ក្រលៀនធ្វើការចម្រោះឈាមប្រមាណ ១៥១៤.១៦៥លីត្រ ក្នុងមួយ
    The kidneys filter over 400 gallons of blood each day.
  • ជាមធ្យមគ្រាប់ឈាមក្រហមមួយគ្រាប់អាចរស់បាន ១២០​ ថ្ងៃ
    The average life span of a single red blood cell is 120 days.
  • មនុស្សស្រីម្នាក់មានបរិមាណឈាមប្រហែល ៤.៥ លីត្រ ចំណែកឯបុរសមានប្រមាណ ៥.៦ លីត្រ
    A woman has approximately 4.5 liters of blood in her body, while a man has 5.6 liters.
  • ពាក់កណ្តាលនៃគ្រាប់ឈាមក្រហមត្រូវបានជំនួសឡើងវិញនៅរៀងរាល់ ៧ថ្ងៃម្តង
    Half your body’s red blood cells are replaced every seven days.
  • ប្រសិនបើយើងពន្លាសសៃឈាមយើងទាំងអស់នោះវានឹងមានប្រវែងប្រហែល ៩៦​ ៥៦០.៦៤ គីឡូមែត្រ ដែលមានន័យថាអាចព័ទ្ធជុំវិញផែនដីបានពីរជុំ។
    If all the blood vessels in your body were laid end to end, they would reach about 60,000 miles. That’s enough to go around the world twice.

រៀបចំដោយ ម៉ៅ ពិសិដ្ឋ | By MPS


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