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    Project Iranian History

    This is a great idea . I have been collecting sources, facts, websites, and specially books for over 2 years. In a near future I will be writing a book and I want to name it Persian contribution to the world. So I am more than happy to help or share my sources.
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    ***WORLD CUP 2006 SONGS***

    There is another one by Alireza Asar called "Irane man", or I am mistaking.
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    This is my favourite topic, always read it. Thanks for the good job and keep it up
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    In search of Cyrus The Great

    http://youtube.com/watch?v=wJW6VexP73A&search=cyrus http://youtube.com/watch?v=waEZgM_Sit8&search=Cyrus http://youtube.com/watch?v=gbLY-ZkMr4Q&search=persepolis
  5. If you mean how long your pc is connected to internet, then go to start then control panel then network and internet connection then network connctions at the bottom. Once you`ve clicked on that then chose your internet local area connection(Modem) then it tells you the status and duration of your connection.
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    Iran vs. Mexico predictions

    Its bad luck to talk about things before they happen
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    Will you go to prom?

    Sara we dont have it in London, but suppose I could say its same as our Bashment Party
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    HHO Gas

    Yeah its a great idea. http://www.keelynet.com/energy/waterfuel.htm
  9. Fravaharis a guardian soul. Literally translated it means "Forward pulling force". Each of its parts signifies an idea or a philosophy. It is winged, signifying the ascent of the soul or upward progress. The wing is in three major segments, representing Good Thoughts, Good Words, and Good Deeds. The ring in the center symbolizes the eternity of universe or the eternal nature of the soul. As a circle, it has no beginning and no end. The figure inside is that of an old man, representing wisdom of age. One of the hands points upwards, telling us that there is only one direction we should choose. The other hand holds a smaller ring, the ring of promise. This means when a Zoroastrian gives a promise, it is like a ring. It cannot be broken. The feathered tail below is also in three parts. It represents the opposite of the wings, namely, Bad Thoughts, Bad Words, and Bad Deeds. It is at the bottom, because such choices weigh us down and impede our ascent. And finally the two curly threads from the waist signify the duality of our experiences. Through our Good Mind we can make the Good choices, and through its lack or opposite, we will make Bad choices.
  10. Yes thats true, if you ask them where France is they tell you somewhere near Europe and if you ask them where Europe is, they say somewhere near France !!! General knowledge Zeroooo
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    Cyrus The Great

    What events should the director include in the film ??? Certainly the rise of the persian empire, Jews beeing freed by Cyrus the great, ....
  12. For the opening hours check out the link. Its is certainly worth to visit the place. Lots of books in English and persian. Next Event is on sunday 28th of May. I might see some of you ?
  13. I wont mention the obvious ones ( Cyrus The Great, Darius, Ferdowsi, ....) But I rather want to add the following Persian figures: kharazmi : some of his contribuation to the world : Algebra, Trigonmetry, Coordinate axies. Omar Khayyam : He was a poet as well as a mathematician. He compiled astronomical tables and contributed to calendar reform and discovered a geometrical method of solving cubic equations by intersecting a parabola with a circle Abu raiyhan beeroni : Physist and mathematician Have a look at this link for the list of Iranian scientists and scholars : http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_Iranian_scientists
  14. Yes there is indeed. I am looking for facts and resources. I let you know soon