We know from hadith that Dajjal will control the sky, the weather and cultivation. Thus for instance:
Nawwas bin Samaan said that the Prophet صلى الله عليه وسلم said: “He will come to some people claiming to be Allah and they will believe him. Upon his order, the sky will rain, and the Earth will produce crops for these people. Their animals will graze on their land and return to them in the evening with large udders full of milk and their flanks full (stretched). Then, he will go to other people and call them, but they will refuse to believe in him. Without forcing them, he will leave. However, they will suffer great famine and will be left with no wealth. However, when these true believers wake up in the morning they will find that they are penniless and all their properties have been destroyed.” (Sahih Muslim)
If Dajjal is to have a mechanism for achieving such control the the weather and the crops, rather than merely magic, it may appear that this is already in play today. Climate engineering is already being applied, and has been researched and potentially perfected for the last few decades. There is clear documentation that hundreds of millions of dollars have been spent on its research. In short sum, this is how it works: climate engineering or geo-engineering involves spraying various elements, including sulfur and aluminum compounds. This ionizes the air and creates an electro-magnetic field, which can then be manipulated by HAARP. One major side effect (among many) is that it causes draught, and inhibits and harms plant growth. Additionally, it affects hardened GMO plants less.
Sounds crazy? Find out for yourself – do some research and make up your own mind, in’sha’Allah (God Willing).
In 1999, Bill Gates wrote a book titled “Business @ the Speed of Thought.”
In the book, Gates makes 15 bold predictions that at the time might have sounded outrageous.
But as business student Markus Kirjonen pointed out on his blog, Gates’ forecasts turned out to be “eerily prescient.”
No. 1: Price comparison sites
Gates’ prediction: “Automated price comparison services will be developed, allowing people to see prices across multiple websites, making it effortless to find the cheapest product for all industries.”
What we see now: You can easily search for a product on Google or Amazon and get different prices of the same product. Sites like NexTag and PriceGrabber are built specifically for price comparisons.
No. 2: Mobile devices
Gates’ prediction: “People will carry around small devices that allow them to constantly stay in touch and do electronic business from wherever they are. They will be able to check the news, see flights they have booked, get information from financial markets, and do just about anything else on these devices.”
What we see now: Smartphones, and now smartwatches, do all of this.
No. 3: Instant payments and financing online, better healthcare through the web
Gates’ prediction: “People will pay their bills, take care of their finances, and communicate with their doctors over the internet.”
What we see now: Tech hasn’t been able to change healthcare all that much, but there are sites like ZocDoc that makes finding a doctor and scheduling easier. You can now borrow money online through sites like Lending Club and easily make payments through sites like PayPal and Venmo.
No. 4: Personal assistants and the Internet of Things
Gates’ prediction: “‘Personal companions’ will be developed. They will connect and sync all your devices in a smart way, whether they are at home or in the office, and allow them to exchange data. The device will check your email or notifications, and present the information that you need. When you go to the store, you can tell it what recipes you want to prepare, and it will generate a list of ingredients that you need to pick up. It will inform all the devices that you use of your purchases and schedule, allowing them to automatically adjust to what you’re doing.”
What we see now: Google Now, a smart assistant that runs on mobile devices, is starting to head in this direction. Meanwhile, smart devices like Nest collect data on your daily routines and automatically adjust the house temperature. Beacons will send you store coupons based on your past purchasing habits.
No. 5: Online home-monitoring
Gates’ prediction: “Constant video feeds of your house will become common, which inform you when somebody visits while you are not home.”
What we see now: Dropcam sells home surveillance cameras that make home-monitoring easy. Google bought the company for $555 million in 2014.
No. 6: Social media
Gates’ prediction: “Private websites for your friends and family will be common, allowing you to chat and plan for events.”
What we see now: Social-media sites like Facebook and Instagram take care of this.
No. 7: Automated promotional offers
Gates’ prediction: “Software that knows when you’ve booked a trip and uses that information to suggest activities at the local destination. It suggests activities, discounts, offers, and cheaper prices for all the things that you want to take part in.”
What we see now: Travel sites like Expedia and Kayak offer deals based on past purchase data. Google and Facebook ads can offer promotional ads based on the user’s location and interests.
No. 8: Live sports discussion sites
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Gates’ prediction: “While watching a sports competition on television, services will allow you to discuss what is going on live, and enter contest where you vote on who you think will win.”
What we see now: A bunch of social-media sites allow this, with Twitter being the clear leader. You can leave comments in real time on sports sites like ESPN.
No. 9: Smart advertising
Gates’ prediction: “Devices will have smart advertising. They will know your purchasing trends, and will display advertisements that are tailored toward your preferences.”
What we see now: Most online advertising services have this feature, where advertisers can target users based on click history, personal interest, purchasing patterns.
No. 10: Links to sites during live TV
Gates’ prediction: “Television broadcast will include links to relevant websites and content that complement what you are watching.”
What we see now: Almost every live sports game has ads featuring links to a specific site. The ads also show the teams’ Twitter handles in some cases.
No. 11: Online discussion boards
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Gates’ prediction: “Residents of cities and countries will be able to have internet-based discussions concerning issues that affect them, such as local politics, city planning, or safety.”
What we see now: Most news sites have comment sections where people can have live discussions, while many sites have forums where people can ask and respond to certain questions. Twitter and Facebook played roles in political revolutions in Libya, Egypt, and Tunisia.
No. 12: Interest-based online sites
Gates’ prediction: “Online communities will not be influenced by your location, but rather, your interest.”
What we see now: All kinds of news sites and online communities focus on single topics. Many news sites expand to separate verticals, offering more in-depth coverage on a given topic.
No. 13: Project-management software
Gates’ prediction: “Project managers looking to put a team together will be able to go online, describe the project, and receive recommendations for available people who would fit their requirements.”
What we see now: Tons of workflow software in the enterprise space is revolutionizing how you recruit, form teams, and assign work to others.
No. 14: Online recruiting
Gates’ prediction: “Similarly, people looking for work will be able to find employment opportunities online by declaring their interest, needs, and specialized skills.”
What we see now: Sites like LinkedIn allow users to upload résumés and find jobs based on individual interest and needs. Recruiters can search based on their specialized skills.
No. 15: Business community software
Gates’ prediction: “Companies will be able to bid on jobs, whether they are looking for a construction project, a movie production, or an advertising campaign. This will be efficient for both big companies that want to outsource work that they don’t usually face, businesses looking for new clients, and corporations that don’t have a go-to provider for the said service.”
What we see now: Many enterprise softwares are focused on the social aspect of it, so users can reach out to other businesses and start a conversation that could lead to bigger projects directly within their apps.
Read more: http://www.businessinsider.com/bill-gates-15-predictions-in-1999-2015-4?op=1#ixzz3Z0fNxFvk
6 month before earth quake the greatest mass killing of animals ever occurred on Earth in Nepal 6 Month earlier peoples of Nepal celebrated a festival called Gadhimai Festival where they killed 7000+ buffaloes & said that did it to make their God happy! The greatest mass killing of animals ever occurred on Earth!! And now they are facing the consequences. May God bless us and help Nepali people. –
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Pakistan plans to establish a special security division for Chines workers attached to the 45-million-USD China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) project in the country.
The project refers to a planned 3000-kilometer network of roads, railways, and energy projects to link the Chinese city of Kashgar with Pakistan’s port of Gwadar. Once completed, it’ll serve as a primary gateway for trade between China, the Middle East, and Africa.
Pakistani officials said that the military will train personnel who will be inducted into the division. The trained members would also provide security to major projects being completed throughout the country, they added.
Reportedly, over 8,000 security officials are already providing security to nearly 9000 Chinese workers in Pakistan.
Experts say that the formation of this special force is a reassuring gesture that shows that the security of Chinese workers is Pakistan’s top priority.
“We already have a fairly large number of Chinese workers who are working very safely. The special security force will also augment our present security institutions to provide extra measures for the security of Chinese workers and staff working in Pakistan,” says Ahsan Iqbal, Minister of Planning, National Reforms & Development.
LAHORE (Web Desk) – Pakistan is all set to host top-notch cricket for the first time in six years when Zimbabwe commences its tour on May 19. The five-match limited-overs series contains two T20Is and three ODIs, the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) said in a press release.
Zimbabwe become the first ICC full-member nation to visit Pakistan since the 2009 terrorist attack on Sri Lankan team bus in Lahore.
The Pakistan Cricket Board and Cricket Zimbabwe have signed the MoU, the itinerary has been agreed upon and Cricket Zimbabwe has duly intimated the ICC of its intent to visit Pakistan between May 19 and June 1, 2015.
“I am grateful to my counterpart in Cricket Zimbabwe, Wilson Manase, for acceding to our request of sending a full side on a tour to Pakistan.
“This would be an auspicious moment for Pakistan cricket and I am positive that it would open doors of international cricket in Pakistan. Kenya have already been here for five matches against Pakistan ‘A’ and I am indeed confident that Zimbabwe’s incident-free tour shall be the harbinger of more and more associate and full member nations visiting us in the months and years to come”, said PCB Chairman Shaharyar Mohammad Khan.
The Cricket Zimbabwe’s security team will visit Lahore on May 4 with a mandate to review just the security arrangements put in place by the PCB with the full backing and support of the Punjab government and various provincial and federal law enforcement agencies.
“We vigorously tried to convince Cricket Zimbabwe to split the matches between Lahore and Karachi but the visiting team’s members expressed concern on extensive travelling, and their request had to be accommodated”, said a PCB spokesman.
CRICKET ZIMBABWE CONFIRMS THE TOUR
In a press conference in Harare, Cricket Zimbabwe chief Wilson Manase said: “I can confirm that Zimbabwe will visit Pakistan in May… We had a duty to ensure the parents of the players, the players and government are on board before announcing the tour… We have taken cognizance of all the factors for us to arrive at this decision, so let’s not be alarmist about the situation in Pakistan,”
The CEO Cricket Zimbabwe Alistair Campbell said: “We are touring Pakistan as a measure of establishing bilateral relations between us and them; they [Pakistan] will also come to Zimbabwe in August.”
The tour itinerary, all matches at Gaddafi Stadium, Lahore:
May 19: Team Zimbabwe arrives
May 22: First T20I
May 24: Second T20I
May 26: First ODI
May 29: Second ODI
May 31: Third ODI
June 01: Team Zimbabwe departs
Source : http://dunyanews.tv/index.php/en/Cricket/276750-PCB-announces-Zimbabwe-tour-schedule-