NASA’s Kepler Telescope Discovered Artificial Alien Megastructure

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I was fascinated with this news…

NASA’s Kepler Telescope Discovered Artificial Alien Megastructure

For me, the alien harness the power of the sun using transparent solar panel concentrator, article below.

Transparent solar cells

It would be very interesting that someday we humans can communicate with them and share technologies from each other. Hope it will happen before I die. Hehehe..

PH: Message to the World!

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In Photos: American activists rally against Duterte in New York

A letter to my friends and family in the US and elsewhere:

Thank you for the concern, but you’re being misled. (Now, I really want to know who that Filipina is in this group. She looks like the odd person out in a sea of kids. Was she the organizer? Very interesting.)

If the President is forcibly removed, please know that you will be doing our country more harm than good. Not only will you leave us a fragmented country, you will also leave us at the mercy of drug cartels which have run this country, and which are so powerful that they have on their payroll judges, politicians, and as investigations are being done now, allegedly the ex-Secretary of the Department of Justice (now Senator) herself.

There is also a chance that Mindanao, the second largest archipelago, will secede, and all peace negotiations that have been started between the government and the Communists in our country (the longest insurgency ever), will be halted. There will be little pockets of rebellion, and you will be fomenting resentment for the US among our previously US-loving citizens. We’ve been staunchly pro US all these years. If you meddle, not a few Filipinos will suddenly find themselves sympathizing, justified or not, with the countries the US has invaded to “save”; to question the wisdom of forcing a foreigner’s ethnocentric view on a sovereign state.

You don’t understand the depth of desperation until you’ve lived here. The things you hear in the news do not even scratch the surface.

We are angry, desperate, and frustrated, and we hope you can see that.

It will be back to Third World, most-corrupt-country-ever status for us. Forget about visiting this country too. Right now, there are improvements being done in our airports, only a few years ago considered the World’s Worst.

You dont want terrorists? Please leave our country alone. Drug money fuels terrorism, and we haven’t had a President who could talk to the militants and the rebels like this one could. Some parts of Mindanao have become training ground for future ISIS rebels. To stop this President’s war against drug lords and terrorists is to sign your agreement that more powerful terrorist organizations can come to poor, disorganized, US-hating Philippines to harvest more willing bodies.

You don’t know the scope. No news article has ever summed it up so you could understand the depth and breadth of the Philippines’ problems.

Please don’t let yourselves be used by those who want to wrestle power away from the President of our country, the only man with cojones big enough to take on not just the
ruling elite of the Philippines but also international drug cartels.

The TL/DR version of why you’re being manipulated is this:

Rodrigo Roa Duterte was a mayor of Davao City for 20 years. He was forced to run for President by the Filipino people because the choices were dismal. Apart from an alleged corrupt vice president and a newbie senator, he ran against the anointed one named Mar Roxas, who was the previous administration’s bet. While the previous administration has its fans, the overwhelming support for Duterte–91 percent–means most people are crying for change.

You remember his predecessor? Benigno Aquino III was the President when Typhoon Haiyan happened. Do you remember asking where your donations went? Do you remember hostages from Hong Kong dying in that bus because of bungled operations? Or the news of our country’s Special Action Forces dying in battle due to botched, ill-organized operations?
That’s not even half of it. If you don’t know that, I’m sure you know how notorious Manila traffic is. The chief who handled that told us Filipinos not to worry because traffic isn’t fatal anyway. (A Japanese firm did say that while we aren’t dying, our economy is, as we lose about 3 billion dollars EVERY DAY in the gridlock.)

You understand why people did not want Mar Roxas, who by the way, as the interior secretary, was “on top” of the failed Haiyan relief operations.

When Duterte came into power, he sought to dismantle the organized crime and corruption that have been the most prominent features of this country. The Philippines is run on patronage politics, and because Duterte was not an insider–he was just a mayor of a far away city, after all–he stepped on as many toes as liberally and with as much impunity, shocking for toes that have never been stepped on. He went after the most untouchable of our leaders: generals, priests, mayors, cabinet secretaries. He also has a dirty mouth–but if you made us Filipinos choose between his dirty mouth, and his rivals’ dirty hands, we’d let out a string of curses.

And this is why you hear so much bad press about Duterte. Who was it that said, history is written by the victor? In our case, our story is being written by those who have the access and the resources to alter the truth. WHO STANDS TO GAIN MOST FROM DUTERTE BEING IMPEACHED?
91 percent of us can only hope to reach you this way.

This guy is 71 years old. He has nothing to lose (except his life, which apparently does not bother him) and everything to gain. He is fighting for the legacy, the bragging rights to say, “I cleaned up the Philippines.”

What you see in the news, the killings on the streets, is not the handiwork of the government alone. As the President often says, what we’re dealing with is not a crisis, but a war. And there will be blood. There is blood not just because of legal police apprehensions, but because the drug cartels are cleaning up after their own.

Our policemen are not provided their own bullets–do you think at a salary of 300-400 usd a month, they can afford to go on a killing rampage? Someone is bankrolling it, and it’s not the government.

I agree that the President needs to make a tougher stand on the killings–he did condemn them but apparently not emphatically enough–and I agree that he needs to be harsher, but if those were his only shortcomings, to call for his impeachment, when he has done so much for the ordinary Filipino, is taking it too far.

Here’s something to think about:

While we are a poor country, Filipinos are known to be a strong, united people. We are not ignorant, we are not stupid, we are highly literate. We have unhampered access to social media, we have scholars and students everywhere. The only times we ever needed saving are the times when our leaders couldnt do it for us, like Haiyan.
Since 1986, when we successfully ousted the dictator Ferdinand Marcos in EDSA 1, the Filipino has believed in his freedom and his capacity to change the government.
Our bloodless revolutions have become iconic. We ousted one more President after: Joseph Estrada, for charges of graft and corruption on EDSA 2. We also sent one President, Gloria Macapagal Arroyo, to “jail.”

EDSA is a symbol of our freedom and our capacity to THINK FOR OURSELVES.

We are highly capable of OUSTING LEADERS we do not want.

So if we wanted to oust Duterte, we would be VERY CAPABLE to do it on our own. And it would be hell of a lot easier too. We would have disgruntled oligarchs on our side, and I am sure the drug cartels would even happily fund those who are corrupt in our military to stage coup d’ etats.

BUT WE DONT. SO MANY OF US DONT! 91 percent of us dont! Because we understand our own internal struggles more than any of you do.

To meddle in our affairs is akin to saying you do not trust us to govern for ourselves, which smacks so hard of colonialism.

Please, thank you for your concern, and for the aid, but allow us to build our nation the way we think best.

There are dissenters,some trolls, but others very brilliant, in our midst. We have oppositions in both Houses, in the Senate and Congress. There is an ongoing Senate hearing on the killings, led quite ironically, by the woman charged of coddling drug protectors herself.


The original plan is to impeach Duterte, but because they could not find the support from the Filipino public–actually the opposition is very much reviled in this country, to put it mildly–the threat is to have Duterte dragged to the International Crimes Court. And you have become unwitting characters in a stage that has been set to make this happen.


When and if we are ready to oust Duterte, you will hear about it. As I’ve said, we can do it on our own.

But until then, please respect, please, please LISTEN to the voices of the majority of the Filipino people.

Thank you!


Krizette Laureta Chu

Computer Online Shop in New Zealand

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I just found the reliable and best way to shop online with computer parts, accessories etc. Just browse at and you’ll get the best deal. 🙂


Yey! Fibre100 Internet Connection installed

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Finally, my Fibre100 internet connection has been installed.Thanks Vodafone. Though I have a long wait for 3 weeks before it get installed, but I think its worthy. 🙂 Hopefully I will be given a static IP address.

After enuiry, Vodafone replied my Static IP address will be activated within 24-48 hours. Weeehh!


ASP Immigration Services Ltd –

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As my secondary Immigration Adviser, ASP Immigration Services Ltd, a filipino immigration adviser, help my immigration concerns in New Zealand. I created the website of the company. I used Silex PHP framework with twig templating. (and this is SEO!)


HowTo: Fortune & Cowsay

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While working, I envy the terminal of my workmate, Roland Heymanns, showing a cow with quotes. So I install my own too.

OS: Kali Linux (Debian)

How to install:

root@mojo:~# apt-get install -y fortune cowsay

Then add the commands to your PATH

root@mojo:~# cd ~
root@mojo:~# nano .profile


root@mojo:~# cd ~
root@mojo:~# nano .bash_profile

Add the following to the end of the file (be sure its the right path for fortune and cowsay):

export PATH

Save and exit. Next edit your .bashrc

root@mojo:~# cd ~
root@mojo:~# nano .bashrc

Add the the following lines to the end of the file…

fortune | cowsay -d

or if you don’t want to set the PATH, simply edit your .bashrc and at the end of the file, add this line:

/usr/games/fortune | /usr/games/cowsay -d

That’s it… log off and log in again. Open your terminal, you’ll have your cow greetings.

In case you get an error like you cant locate fortune or fortune-mod or cowsay (most likely you will encounter this if you install your OS offline), update your source.list.

root@mojo: ~# nano /etc/apt/source.list

then replace the source with the following:

## Regular repositories
deb kali main non-free contrib
deb kali/updates main contrib non-free
## Source repositories
deb-src kali main non-free contrib
deb-src kali/updates main contrib non-free

then do the update and upgrade…

apt-get clean
apt-get update
apt-get upgrade

I think that would solve the problem…

Being Human (TV Series)

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Being-Human-001I love TV series and movies and this will be my first time to comment negatively. So, I’ve been watching this TV series, BEING HUMAN. Sad to say, its the most stupid plot. The characters’ behavior are inconsistent. I really regret buying the Blue-Ray – The Complete Series (Series 1 to 4)  of Being Human. The story sucks. George scream or shouts like a gay. I guess the creator and writer Toby Whithouse really have unstable plots of his story. Totally, I don’t recommend this TV series. I find this TV series sucks.

Verdict: -Z (Awful)

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Cardinal Luis Antonio “Chito” Gokim Tagle: Candidate as a Pope?

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Few years back year 2008, attending World Youth Day 2008 at Sydney-Australia, I met Cardinal Luis Antonio “Chito” Gokim Tagle and that time he was a Bishop and also known as the Bishop of Imus, Cavite.

Few weeks ago, when Pope Benedict XVI is about to resign which is uncommon to happen and it was really the first time to happen. So the rumors spread about the resigning Pope and the search of the new Pope has began. Watching the news, I saw a familiar face of the candidates to be a pope but I am not sure because its just a split of seconds and he was just a background. Today at, they featured Cardinal Luis Antonio “Chito” Gokim Tagle that he may be a Pope.

Really? If he will be the pope, he will be the first Asian Pope then. Here’s the picture with him, of course I’m not in the picture because I am the one who took it.

Cardinal Luis Antonio “Chito” Gokim Tagle

Cardinal Luis Antonio “Chito” Gokim Tagle with Irra Angela Chiong and friends….

I just realised that I should have a picture with him.. Hahahahaa..

Cardinal Luis Antonio “Chito” Gokim Tagle is a very good high charisma and wisdom — very energetic too. He enlightened us all during the catechism. There are 3 priest that time and two made us very sleepy but when Cardinal Tagle’s turn as the last preacher, he put spirits to all youth. Awesome!

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Railway Hotel in Palmerston North, New Zeleand

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It’s been two weeks now in Palmerston North. There’s two accommodation that I choose, the Railway and @theHub. At the end, I chose to stay at Railway Hotel at 275 Main street. It is owned by Garry Young, a very good landlord… He always ask my comfort staying at his hotel/hostel/backpackers lodge. The room is excellent and I am satisfied what Garry offered me. He also include the WiFi internet for free of charge and with free car park. Unlike @theHub, their internet will cost you 27$ per week and the car park for 20$ per week.

I will just share my experience looking for a place to stay with in Palmerston North. Monday, first prospect was @theHub introduced by my sister’s friend and I booked the studio type 200$/week from their website. I visit the next @thHub to confirm if I could transfer on Saturday and they said, they will check the vacancy and the assigned staff that day showed me the room (rm 707 I think) and I saw the size, included furniture, bathroom, bed etc and the staff said its just 200$/week and 4 weeks bond which will cost $800 when I move in. So I came back again to @theHub after two days, they said their computer network is down, they cannot look up my bookings. So I came back again the next day, this droopy eyes staff said all he could offer is the 250$/week and 4 weeks bond (which will cost me 1000$ to move in) then I said if could I check the room. So this other big guy show me the room (703) and when I saw the room, its exactly the same the last room that I saw last few days ago and they said its 250$/week. Back in the reception area, I told them that if they could hold it for me because I’m contacting someone for my finances in my stay in Palmy which I’ve been contacting my sister if its okay to rent a studio type with a price of 250$/week. But my sister didn’t reply and its Friday which I need to move on Saturday. A week before, my sister said they will visit me in Palmy to move me to a better place which I was currently staying at Pepper Tree backpackers.

So Saturday morning, I told my sister that she will try to talk the receptionist without me if she can book and move as walk-in. Because I have this feeling this droopy eyes idiot staff @theHub is only good to females. So my sister and her friend talk to the receptionist, and guess what at the end of their negotiation, they offer to my sister that they could find a way that my sister and her friend could transfer or move right away to @theHub with a price of 200$/week! Fuck the @theHub accommodation staff and management! I said to my sister, this staff are shit! And I think they are racist too! So if you’re a male Asian and attempt to book @theHub, don’t bother to do it. You’ll waste your time. They are morons! My verdict for @theHub, Female MANIAC!

Next suspected accommodation is the Palmy 31. All I can say, its hard to book or talk to their staff. Their office hours is only 4PM to 5PM and if you are working from 8:30Am to 5AM, you can’t catch this staff. When you called them, they will say to book online. And when you visit their website, there’s a form but you cannot submit electronically. How dumb that website? They have to fill you up the form then print it and then fax it to them. That’s their instruction! What kind of system was that? How hassle that could be for the people trying to book and visit the site. My verdict for this Palmy 31, dumb system!

Lastly, Railway Hotel. I just visit the place and meet Garry, talk to him and show me the room, the laundry area, kitchen area and boom! He said, I could transfer right away and the transfer fee is only 2 weeks, the room is 195$/week with bathroom, and 6 weeks minimum stay which I will be staying in Palmy Nth for 3 months and its a good deal. The room includes; large LED HD TV, fridge, microwave, heater and furniture. So I took the room and staying in Railway Hotel comfortably. I am also walking distance to the Warehouse, New World, Asian store, fish & chips store and most of all, near enough to my work place. 🙂

Railway Hotel website:

Contact Garry for your accommodation needs in Palmerston North.

Phone: +64 6 354-5037
Fax: +64 6 354-6268

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