پزشکی پيشرفته مردم شهر سوخته

22 11 2008
baraye Anha ke Iran va Irani boodan barashoon Eftekhar amiz nist!
پزشکی پيشرفته مردم شهر سوخته و احتمال روابط آنها با موجوداتي غير زميني و مدرن :

اگرچه تاکنون نشانی از سفینه های این مردم یافت نشده !!!
و يا مداركي دال بر ارتباط اين مردم با موجودات فضايي !! ( اگر هم یافت شود به من و شما گزارش نمی دهند ! ) جالب است دلايلي را كه باستانشناسان رابطه اين مردم را با موجوداتي پيشترفته و يا شايد غير زميني رد نمي كنند و بر پايه يك فرضيه ممكن مي دانند را بدانيد :

اولا: تعداد محدودي اسكلت در شهر سوخته كشف شده كه جمجمه ها و اعضاي بدن آنها اصلا” شباهتي به انسان كامل ندارد و بيشتر شبيه موجوداتي انسان نما مي باشد.
اين اسكلت ها از نظر ظاهر و فيزيك كاملا” با اسكلت يك انسان متفاوت بوده و درست شبيه و نقاشيهاي موجود از موجودات فضايي است !!؟؟

دوما” : علم و پيشترفت تكنولوژي اين قوم كوچك در 5 هزار سال پيش آنقدر مدرن و امروزي بوده كه باستانشناسان حتي در دوران هاي بعدي تاريخي مانند دوران با عظمت هخامنشيان كه ايرانيان به علومي مانند پزشكي ، ستاره شناسي و ديگر علوم آشنايي داشتند ديده نشده است . مثلا” عمل جراحي بسيار ظريف معز يك زن كه شما در تصاوير فوق مشاهده مي كنيد…بسيار جاي تعمق و تعمل دارد!!! چرا كه ما حتي در دوران ساساني كه دانشگاه علوم پزشكي در جندي شاپور (دزفول كنوني ) داشتيم همچين پيتشرفتهايي در علم پزشكي نكرده بوديم و گزارشاتي مبني بر جراحي مغز و يا جراحي چشم و يا ساخت چشم مصنوعي نداشتيم.
تعجب باستانشناسان و مورخين به اين خاطر است که در ۵۰۰۰ سال قبل از میلاد جراحی مغز و کار گذاشتن چشم مصنوعی انجام می شده است.تصويري كه در اين صفحه مي بينيد، جمجمه ی دختری ۱۴ ساله را نشان می دهد که به دلیل بیماری مغزی جراحی شده بوده است. پیش از این تصور میشد که تنها مصر باستان دست به جراحی می زدند (بر اسای نوشته های پزشك مخصوص فرعون ،سینوحه پزشک مصری). .

همچنین این لینک اسکلت زنی ۳۵ ساله را نشان می دهد که از چشم مصنوعی استفاده می کرده . جنس این کره ی چشم نا مشخص است و توسط تارهای بسیار باریکی از طلا به عصبهای چشم متصل شده بوده است.

اسكلت پيدا شده در شهر سوخته


كشف اسكلت يك زن متعلق به حدود 4 هزار سال پيش كه يك چشم وي مصنوعي بوده و مورد جراحي بسيار عجيب و ظريف و پيشترفته قرار گرفته است.

كشف چشم مصنوعي به گزارش استاد سجادي :
مطالعات اوليه نشان داده اند که چشم چپ زن تنومند مدفون در قبر شماره 6705 مصنوعي بوده است .سن اين زن بين 25 تا 30 سال تخمين زده شده است .بررسي بيشتر توسط پزشكان مشخص نمود كه زير تاق ابروي زن مذکو آثار آبسه و چركي و جراحي داشته است .به علت طول زمان زيادي كه بخش زيرين چشم مصنوعي با پلك چشم در تماس بوده آثار ارگانيكي پلك چشم بر روي پروتز مصنوعي مشخص است .جنس اين چشم مصنوعي يا پروتز كاملا” هنوز مشخص نگرديده است اما به نظر مي رسد از جنس قير طبيعي با مخلوط يك نوع چربي حيواني درست شده است . وسط اين پروتز خالي است كه چشم از داخل آن پيدا بوده است .بدنه چشم مصنوعي با نوعي مفتول طلايي احاطه گرديده و توسط 2 سوراخ موازي به چشم اين زن پيوند زده شده بودند.نقشي كه در روي اين چشم مصنوعي طراحي شده دقيقا” شبيه به مويرگهاي ريز داخل چشم انسان مي باشد. ضمنا” به همراه اسكلت اين زن عجيب تعدادي لوازم مانند : يك كيسه چرمي ، يك آينه مفرغي ، وتعدادي مهر هاي تزئيني و تعدادي ظروف سفالي كشف شده است.زمان فوت و درگذشت اين زن با استفاده از كربن 14 و مطالعات آزمايشگاهي حدود 3هزار سال قبل از ميلاد مسيح تائيد شده است.

تصوير بازسازي شده چهره زني كه با يك چشم مصنوعي در 4 هزار سال پيش زندگي مي كرده و توسط پزشكان آن دوره مورد جراحي زيبايي و بازسازي قرار گرفته است.

زنان شهر سوخته :

تازه ترين يافته های باستان شناسان در گورهای شهرسوخته حاکی از اين است که زنان شهر سوخته لباس های زيبايی شبيه به ساری می پوشيدند. و به آرايش و زيورآلات قيمتی اهميت می داده اند.

پروتز يا چشم مصنوعي كه در داخل جمجه يك اسكلت زن در 4 هزار سال كه به تازگي كشف گرديد و جهانيان را شگفت زده كرد؟؟!!؟؟
اين پروتز و محلهاي بخيه بر روي آن ديرينه شناسان را با پزشكاني متبحر و عجيب مواجه كرده
كه اين قوم عجيب چگونه ممي توانشتند عملهاي جراحي به اين ظرافت و دقت انجام بدهند؟!!؟





“I LOVE TEHRAN” is the new fashion!!!!!

8 08 2008


At a time when life seems to be on a standstill as political tension builds around the world, the fashion industry is zooming along. Just ask Takin Aghdashloo, the brains behind the trendy “I Love Tehran” chain. In just four years, the brand which started off as just a hobby has rapidly bloomed into an international hit.

We have all seen the “I Love…” concept printed on t-shirts for popular tourist cities, but when Faryad Magazine found out that one of the most notorious places in the world had a declaration of love t-shirt that was being worn by New York City indie rock bands and guests on popular television shows like CBC’s The Hour, we had to go straight to the source.

The shirts attractiveness has much to do with the simplicity of the logo. On a baby blue backdrop the words “I [heart] Tehran” are positioned in the middle of the clothing. Takin Aghdashloo, the 25 year old busy-body who has been living in Toronto, Canada for the past seven years, had a lot to say on the popularity of his t-shirts. He explains that making a “cool” brand that represents a sense of nationalism shows a different image of Iran- an image that due to talks of war and nuclear weapons has been tainted. Politics aside, Takin’s main focus is on his biggest consumer: the younger generation who in Takin’s words, “look forward rather than to Iran’s history and past for motivation.”

Aside from the shirts international success, it is rapidly gaining a name for itself in the city that is in the forefront of all of this: Tehran. Currently, the only place selling the t-shirts in Iran is the Esteghal Hotel, which used to be the former Sheraton. Takin explains, “It’s kind of hard to sell the t-shirts in Tehran since there are virtually no copyright laws to protect the design… Sadly there are already some stores in Tehran and Dubai that are selling exact replicas of the t-shirts [without permission].”

The successful creation of the t-shirts stands on its own as the only Iranian clothing label that focuses solely on three simple words, but the brand represents a deeper sense of identity. Takin’s motivation stems from a profound sense of love for his native country of Iran. Faryad asked him what it is exactly about the country he loves so much. Takin explains:

“What I love about Iran is that we are amazing people. We have experienced and are experiencing a very tough ideologically-motivated censorship and political oppression to change us from a “forward-looking” worldly nation to a backwards, traditional, and isolated society. With all these restrictions, a single look at Iranian art, cinema, and culture after the revolution can demonstrate that we have a great status in the world still… We have a thriving culture in Iran, especially in Tehran, where many young artists do amazing things with the cruelest restrictions against their art.”





Sony’s new PSP is slimmer, includes video output

30 09 2007

It’s not quite the PSP 2 some might’ve hoped for, but Sony is giving its handheld console a serious refresh in the form of a slimmer, lighter and faster “updated” PSP. The new unit still includes the 4.3-inch LCD and UMD, but is 33 percent lighter, 19 percent slimmer, has sped up game load times and improved battery life. The only real “new” features is a video output capability to allow you to play your PSP games on a big screen TV. You can score one in September in the original Piano Black, a new Ice Silver color, and a Star Wars Battlefront special edition. The latter two PSPs come in $199 bundles with related games and a 1GB Memory Stick in the case of Ice Silver. More pics after the break.

Update: Also worth noting is the fact that this new model “is equipped with enhanced feature to temporarily store game data from UMD, reducing load time during game play.” No complaints about that!

 







Even more than 30 prgrams for your download

15 09 2007

Hi every one, as I have informed you,i will put many downloads well;

I have collected the best downloads from Iran sun  and put it here.

here are more than 30 downloads for you all so enjoy it and don’t forget to comment.

Flash Slideshow Maker Pro 4.40
LingvoSoft Talking Dictionary 2007
Adobe Photoshop CS3 ME Extended
Adob InDesign CS3 ME
Adobe Dreameaver CS3 ME
Norton 360 All-in-One Security
Wonders of the Ancient World II
Java Platform Kit
Adobe Acrobat 8 Pro
Crazy Talk 4.5 Media Studio Full
Video Converter Premier 8.0
Solar System 3D Screensaver
Graphisofts ArchiCAD 11
مجموعه ی نرم افزار های SWiSH
Maleksoft Dictionary 2.0
97 قلم از مجموعه « پروین 2000 »
Zone Grafix Icon Pack
MDM ZINC 2.5.0.23
MPEG4 Direct Maker 5.6.0
تقویم هجری شمسی
IE7Pro 0.9.20 Final
روتوش و زیباسازی تصاویر صورت
Pharos Dictionary 8.0
Neosoft NeoBook 5.5.3b
RapGet 1.28 + SSL Library
McAfee VirusScan +AntiSpyware
Norton AntiVirus
آنتی ویروس خود را به روز رسانی کنید
WinGuard Pro 2007 Premium
Photo DVD Creator 5.0
Restorator 2007 Retail
Nero Premium
Dr.Web Antivirus
FantaMorph Deluxe Edition
PhotoDex ProShow Gold
Getright Professional
McAfee Total Protection 2007
Yahoo! Messenger
Kaspersky Anti-Virus 




موبایل مهمتر از تلویزیون، ساعت و ماشی

8 07 2007

به گزارش گروه خبری ParsiFa، می توان گفت موبایل یکی از اجزاء جدائی ناپذیر از زندگی های امروزی است. اکثر مردم هنگام خارج از شدن از خانه گوشی موبایلشان را فراموش نمی کنند در حالی که ممکن است کارت شناسائی، عابربانک، کارت سوخت یا حتی گواهینامه رانندگی را فراموش کنند. دردسترس بودن، امنیت و مقرون به صرفه بودن از مهمترین دلایل برجسته شدن موبایل در زندگی هاست، جالب اینجاست که موبایل در همه جنبه های زندگی کاربرد دارد و این روزها ارزش و اهمیت آن حتی از ساعت، ماشین و تلویزیون نیز بیشتر شده است. طبق یک بررسی جالب توجه که در زمینه انواع رسانه ها صورت گرفته، 89% مردم همواره موبایلشان را به همراه خود دارند و می توان گفت موبایل پس از کیف پول ( 97% ) دومین چیزی است که همیشه همراه خود دارند، پس از آن کارت عابر بانک ( 85% )، گواهینامه رانندگی ( 72% ) و تقویم و برنامه کاری ( 22% ) در رتبه های بعدی قرار دارند. تمایل به همیشه در دسترس بودن و در تماس بودن با خانواده و دوستان و نیز عقب نبودن از شئونات اجتماعی ( ! ) از جمله دلایل استفاده از موبایل است. 54% مردم با تماس های از دست رفته یا missed call ها دوباره تماس می گیرند اما شماره های ناشناس را پاسخ نمی دهد. یکی از نتایج این بررسی نشان دهنده بالا رفتن سطح تفکر اجتماعی مردم است به طوری که در مکان های عمومی مثل بیمارستان، سینما، تئاتر و … گوشی های خود را Silent می کنند. 84% مردم نیز شب ها گوشی ها را خاموش یا Silent می کنند.

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A cafe for crying …………………. كافه اي براي گريه كردن

10 06 2007

به تازگي يك كافه در شرق چين افتتاح شده كه افراد براي گريه كردن به آنجا مي روند. images/20070606/cafee.jpg
به گزارش پايگاه اينترنتي الرايه، هزينه رفتن و گريه كردن و استفاده از نوشيدني هاي موجود در كافه شش دلار (معادل 50 يوان) است.
اين كافه همچنين براي كاهش درد مراجعان خود ، دستمال و روغن نعناع در اختيار آن ها قرار مي دهد.
ارائه پياز و فلفل قرمز براي كساني كه دوست دارند گريه كنند از ديگر خدمات كافه مذكور به شمار مي رود.
در اين كافه به منظور فراهم شدن محيطي عاطفي و احساسي ، موسيقي نيز نواخته مي شود.
مسوولان كافه گفتند روزانه تعداد بيشماري از علاقمندان به كافه مي آيند و استقبال از ما بي نظير بوده است

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A cafe for crying!!!

 

 A cafe was opened in China only for those who want to cry.If your are sad and you want to cry in a suitable place, go to this cafe. According to alraye; the cost for the place, coffe, and tissue is only 6US dollars.

They even serve mint oil and fine tissue for those who would like to use them.

The cafe is having a quiet romantic and sencetive inviroment with sad music.

The management of the Cafe is saying that more and more people are coming every day and the number of the custumers is increasing with out having a control on it.

 





300 the movie

28 03 2007

Spenta Productions | THE TRUTH BEHIND ‘300’

Cyrus Kar- Spenta Productions For many Iranians the cinematic movie ‘300’ may come as a shocking revelation. But to those of us who came up through America’s school system, the ‘Battle of Thermopylae,’ which is what the movie ‘300’ is based on, is as familiar as George Washington’s fabled “cherry tree” episode.

The Battle of Thermopylae was of course written by the classical Greek author, Herodotus, who lived in the Persian city of Halicarnassus. His book, ‘The Histories’ became part of Western folklore only recently. It was not until about 1850 that America embraced Herodotus as the leading authority on Persian history.

Before 1850, however, the West had a very favorable impression of the Persian Empire. That’s because the West’s main source for Persian history was the Bible and the ‘Cyropaedia,’ written by another Greek author named Xenophon.

But the Cyropaedia glorified the monarchy of Cyrus The Great, and in the wake of two bloody revolutions fought by America and France to liberate themselves from their own monarchies, a major campaign began, around the mid 19th century, to promote democracy throughout the rest of Europe, and Herodotus was the perfect propaganda tool.

Herodotus was a democratic groupie and was quickly ushered in as the “Father Of History.” Around 1850, his ‘Battle Of Thermopylae’ came to symbolize the West’s struggle for democracy against the powerful forces of Persia’s monarchy.

The story is easy to buy into: 300 brave Spartans saved Western democracy from 2.7 million evil Persians. But aside from the fanciful numbers which need decimal-point adjustments, this whimsical tale has far graver consequences than a mere biased account of history.

The ‘Battle Of Thermopylae’ has been the single most powerful wedge, which has divided East and West for over 2 millennia. In a time when East and West should be reconciling their differences, along comes the movie ‘300’ to drive that wedge even deeper.

What is most disturbing about this movie is not that it lacks historical accuracy. It is not that Xerxes, the Grandson of Cyrus The Great and loving husband of Esther, is shown as an oversized drag queen. It is not even the outdated racist cliché of casting the Persians as Africans and the Spartans as white, blue-eyed ‘Chippendale dancers,’ when in reality the roles may well have been reversed.

What is so distressing about this movie is the realization of the tremendous power Hollywood wields in determining a people’s identity. It is the same nightmare Native Americans endured during the whole ‘cowboy-movie’ genre.

But for those who are quick to dismiss ‘300’ as a fleeting fantasy flick aimed at the insignificant, 17 to 24 year-old male video-gamer, think again. First there was Alexander, now ‘300,’ next could well be the ‘Battle Of Marathon,’ another one of Herodotus’s glowing accounts of ancient Persia.

Herodotus is accepted blindly by virtually all Western demographics. Even the New York Times is not immune. Here is how it described the Persians in its April 20, 2004 issue about the Battle Of Marathon:

“the defeat of a ruthless state (Persia) that had enslaved much of the known world from the Balkans to the Himalayas.”

– William J. Broad,    
(NY Times)     

 

Persian Empire Cyrus The Great

“the ancient Greeks defeated the Asian invaders (Persia) and saved Europe in what scholars call one of the first great victories of freedom over tyranny”

– William J. Broad,    
(NY Times)     

What stretches the limits of hypocrisy is that there isn’t a single shred of archeological evidence that the Persians ever owned slaves. Yet we know that slavery was an integral cornerstone of Greek society. Aristotle’s manifesto even sanctions it. Persia, which was once a haven for runaway slaves from Egypt, Greece, and later Rome, is today branded as a slave-hungry empire by cultures which were built on slavery!

What makes Herodotus’s propaganda so difficult to refute is that it is peppered with facts. But in reality, it is a desperate diatribe. Perhaps his biggest ploy is his attempt to equate democracy with freedom. These two words are used virtually interchangeably throughout his book. And the West has swallowed it hook-line-and-sinker.

But America’s founding fathers knew better. They implemented many safeguards to protect freedom from the pitfalls that mired Athenian democracy. Even Winston Churchill said, “Democracy is the worst form of government except for all the others which have been tried.”

Democracy may well be the best form of government. But what makes America great is not so much democracy, as it is its Bill Of Rights. And this is exactly what made Persia Great. Democracy can often lead to tyranny by the majority as was the case in democratic Athens, where women, slaves and foreigners did not have the right to vote.

In monarchic Persia, however, women enjoyed a level of gender equality unmatched even to this day, and slavery was not practiced. The fact is, Persia’s monarchy was more free than Athens’ democracy, all because of Persia’s Bill Of Rights.

No one exemplifies Persia’s freedom better than Herodotus himself. He describes Athens as the bastion of freedom, yet he chose to live in Persia. Xenophon, on the other hand, who actually lived in Athens, reminisces enviously about the monarchy of Cyrus The Great.

Herodotus claims Persia had enslaved most of the known world, yet we know Herodotus was not a slave. He traveled freely throughout the empire, openly criticizing it.

Why did Herodotus not live in Greece? Because Persia – the empire he is so quick to demonize – afforded him the very freedom to publish his scathing report of it. People want to live where their god-given rights are protected, regardless of whether its democratic or monarchic.

These god-given rights were first drafted into law by the founder of the Persian empire, Cyrus The Great. In fact, ancient Persia may well have served as the blue print for America’s Bill Of Rights. Both Thomas Jefferson and James Madison, the architects of America’s Constitution, were great admirers and owned several copies of Xenophon’s Cyropaedia.

Today, no other country resembles ancient Persia as closely as does the United States. If any country should sympathize with, rather than celebrate, Persia’s quagmire in Greece, it is the United States. Few events in history mirror America’s war on terror as closely as Persia’s war on Greece.

The Greeks had been carrying out terrorist attacks on Persian holdings for years. They had attacked Persian cities, set fire to Persian temples, disrupted key trade routes, and pirated merchant ships crossing the Bosphorus. They incited rebellions inside Persian provinces, but perhaps most abhorrent to the Persians was the ease by which the Greeks broke their treaties and betrayed Persia’s trust.

Rather than resort to violence, however, Persia tried to keep the Greeks in check by financially supporting Greek politicians who were “pro-Persian,” much the same way America fights its proxy wars. But what finally triggered Persia’s wrath was an act rarely mentioned in the West, though well documented, even by Herodotus (7:11).

Persia’s 9/11:

In 498 BCE, Athens carried out a terrorist attack on Sardis, a major Persian city, which made 9/11 seem like child’s play. Aristagoras, an Athenian, set fire to the “outlying parts” of Sardis trapping most of its population “in a ring of fire.” (Herodotus 5:101)

More innocent civilians died at the hands of Aristagoras than Osama bin Laden could ever hope to kill. And just as most of the world supported America’s retaliation against Al Qaeda, so did it rally in support of Persia’s attack on Athens.

The Spartans were not even targets of Persia’s attack, until they violated a universal protocol by killing a Persian messenger who Herodotus claims was asking for Sparta’s submission but in reality was probably sent by Persia’s king, Xerxes to convey the same message America sent to the entire world after 9/11: “you’re either with us, or against us.”

The Spartans were Greek Jihadists who lived only to die. They were by all accounts ruthless savages who murdered Greek slaves known as “Helots” just for sport, cultivated a culture of thievery and rape, and practiced infanticide, as the movie ‘300’ rightly points out in its opening scenes. Sparta was not even democratic. It was an oligarchy at best. Despite knowing all this, the West continues to hail the Spartans as the saviors of Western democracy.

Yes, the Spartans died fighting a foreign invader. But so do countless terrorists. Yet few would consider them “good guys.” Those who do are then not much different from Westerners who cheer for the Spartans.

Persia was drawn into a protracted war against terror, much the same way the U.S. was. Cheering for the Spartans merely because they were underdogs, is like cheering for Osama bin Laden today.

The Power Of Film:

History is no longer written by the victors, it is written by filmmakers. Most minority groups in America have come to realize this fact and are quick to bankroll films that communicate their stories to the rest of the world. Perhaps the movie ‘300’ was a necessary wake-up call for the Iranian/Persian community to support responsible filmmakers, who report history with honesty and integrity.

Iranians are the most affluent minority group in America. If they set their mind to it, they could set the historical record straight virtually overnight. Until then, their history will be written by the likes of Zack Snyder