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Salam semua... ini adalah anak ikan Talapia milik sifu aku Pok Karim namanya... beliau telah memasukkan 2000 ekor anak ikan Talapia di kedua-dua sangkarnya sangkar A 1000ekor & sangkar B 1000ekor... satu ekor anak ikan Talapia ini berharga RM1... Tungguuuu... bila dah besar nanti seberat 1kg harganya RM10... ia murah sikit daripada ikan siakapputih dimana ikan siakapputih 1kg RM18.50...ini harga pasaran di Dungun Terengganu... Apa-apa pun mung semua layari lah ke blog kami... *******www.siakapputih.blogspot****/
26 Feb 2010
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a great recipe from www.voernix**** . Lots of health benefits to be had.
22 Jul 2008
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Jan 21st, 2008 Dear Editor, Thanks to the generosity of Gordon Tindall of the Red Rose Diner, I was driven to Centralia, Pa. today and felt the hot ground temperatures where smoke was escaping. Centralia is a now ghost town. It is a victim to an underground coal fire. It is sad that most of the people had to be moved. It is sadder that not one BTU appears to being used for something positive. They have had 45 years to come up with something other than saying the sky is falling. I find that the lack of any process to capture this heat to do something positive very sad. Society should be making lemonade out of the lemons the good people of Centralia have been handed. If our engineers can not come up with some positive use of this "free" energy then we deserve to be doomed into extinction. Where are the elected officials and Gov. Rendell in either heating some green houses, or running heat engines to pump electricity back into the grid? Hell, you could raise talapia there and grow food all winter long! The possibilities are almost limitless. However it is plain to me that our government hampers progress and does not encourage it. And I don't hear any major presidential candidates talking about the dangers of paper less ballots or eminent domain abuse. I don't hear any candidate pushing for the raising of industrial hemp to help reduce pollution in making paper. Bush wants to give us money back so that we can buy more crap from China and make them even stronger? Have China pay to feed their own damn Panda bears! Mr. Bush we need farming, mining or manufacturing jobs right here in the USA. We don't need more retail stores!!!! Sincerely, Joseph Rene Dupont RR2 99A SR 2024 Towanda, pa 18848 570 268 4178 joedupontJUNO.COM check out this study on extracting energy from such coal fires!
30 May 2008
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Jan 21st, 2008 Dear Editor, Thanks to the generosity of Gordon Tindall of the Red Rose Diner, I was driven to Centralia, Pa. today and felt the hot ground temperatures where smoke was escaping. Centralia is a now ghost town. It is a victim to an underground coal fire. It is sad that most of the people had to be moved. It is sadder that not one BTU appears to being used for something positive. They have had 45 years to come up with something other than saying the sky is falling. I find that the lack of any process to capture this heat to do something positive very sad. Society should be making lemonade out of the lemons the good people of Centralia have been handed. If our engineers can not come up with some positive use of this "free" energy then we deserve to be doomed into extinction. Where are the elected officials and Gov. Rendell in either heating some green houses, or running heat engines to pump electricity back into the grid? Hell, you could raise talapia there and grow food all winter long! The possibilities are almost limitless. However it is plain to me that our government hampers progress and does not encourage it. And I don't hear any major presidential candidates talking about the dangers of paper less ballots or eminent domain abuse. I don't hear any candidate pushing for the raising of industrial hemp to help reduce pollution in making paper. Bush wants to give us money back so that we can buy more crap from China and make them even stronger? Have China pay to feed their own damn Panda bears! Mr. Bush we need farming, mining or manufacturing jobs right here in the USA. We don't need more retail stores!!!! Sincerely, Joseph Rene Dupont RR2 99A SR 2024 Towanda, pa 18848 570 268 4178 joedupontJUNO.COM
1 Mar 2010
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todays adventure with Gordon Tindall We have all of the tree huggers and elected officials looking at this underground burning coal for yeas. Have they tried to extract energy to make power ? What a site for a greenhouse! Jan 21st, 2008 Dear Editor, Thanks to the generosity of Gordon Tindall of the Red Rose Diner, I was driven to Centralia, Pa. today and felt the hot ground temperatures where smoke was escaping. Centralia is a now ghost town. It is a victim to an underground coal fire. It is sad that most of the people had to be moved. It is sadder that not one BTU appears to being used for something positive. They have had 45 years to come up with something other than saying the sky is falling. I find that the lack of any process to capture this heat to do something positive very sad. Society should be making lemonade out of the lemons the good people of Centralia have been handed. If our engineers can not come up with some positive use of this "free" energy then we deserve to be doomed into extinction. Where are the elected officials and Gov. Rendell in either heating some green houses, or running heat engines to pump electricity back into the grid? Hell, you could raise talapia there and grow food all winter long! The possibilities are almost limitless. However it is plain to me that our government hampers progress and does not encourage it. And I don't hear any major presidential candidates talking about the dangers of paper less ballots or eminent domain abuse. I don't hear any candidate pushing for the raising of industrial hemp to help reduce pollution in making paper. Bush wants to give us money back so that we can buy more crap from China and make them even stronger? Have China pay to feed their own damn Panda bears! Mr. Bush we need farming, mining or manufacturing jobs right here in the USA. We don't need more retail stores!!!! Sincerely, Joseph Rene Dupont RR2 99A SR 2024 Towanda, pa 18848 570 268 4178 joedupontJUNO.COM
7 Feb 2010
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AMG Agro merupakan salah satu rangkaian Muamalah**** yang membekal anak benih ikan kepada usahawan-usahawan penternakan ikan air tawar seperti keli, talapia, baung, patin, puyu dan lain-lain.
24 Aug 2009
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Video proses renovate sangkar siakapputih & talapia... Selebihnya tengok-tengoklah dalam... *******www.siakapputih.blogspot****/
26 Feb 2010
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Talapia fish
30 Nov 2008
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7 Sep 2009
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Cara yg mudah tanpa letak umpan. Kalau boleh, tabur dedak dulu sebelum guna cara ni. Pasti hasil lumayan. Berbaloi-baloi.
10 Jan 2010
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BUKAN sahaja wujud kegiatan melombong, malah kemunculan terlalu banyak lori mengangkut pasir juga menyebabkan keselamatan penduduk terutama kanak-kanak terancam kerana kenderaan itu kadang kala dipandu secara melulu. Kerisauan penduduk kampung Bukit Changgang, Dengkil ini ada asasnya apabila UMNO-online dan sekumpulan media melawat Bukit Changgang bersama Bekas Menteri Besar, Datuk Seri Dr. Mohamad Khir Toyo untuk menyaksikan sendiri kegiatan melombong pasir di Selangor yang dikatakan semakin tidak terkawal apabila 20 hektar tanah yang terletak kira-kira 50 meter dari taman rekreasi Paya Indah Wetlands di Dengkil diceroboh untuk mendapatkan hasil tersebut. Tinjauan mendapati kawasan melombong pasir itu terletak hanya 50 meter dari Taman Paya Indah Wetlands. Malah, kawasan seluas 120 hektar sudah dikorek sedalam hampir 30 meter, tetapi 11 jengkaut dan lima lori menghentikan operasi selepas menyedari pihak media meninjau tempat berkenaan. Aktiviti yang dipercayai di atas tanah milik kerajaan hingga mengancam tasik dan habitat dalam taman yang diwartakan sebagai Rizab Tanah Lembap Negara itu berlangsung sejak dua minggu lalu dan dikatakan 10 juta tan metrik pasir dianggarkan bernilai RM220 juta sudah dikorek. Dipercayai ia bukan satu-satunya kawasan tanah milik kerajaan yang diceroboh. Datuk Seri Dr. Mohamad Khir Toyo melahirkan perasaan kesal dengan kegiatan itu dan mendesak kerajaan negeri berbuat sesuatu bagi menyelamatkan kawasan rekreasi itu. Beliau bimbang jika kegiatan tersebut tidak dihentikan, tanah di Selangor akan dipenuhi lubang yang sukar dipulihkan. Beliau khuatir ekosistem kawasan yang menjadi habitat unggas dan haiwan liar itu akan terganggu dan tapak rekreasi yang menjadi salah satu produk pelancongan di Selangor akan musnah kerana kerakusan kegiatan melombong pasir. "Saya hairan mana perginya Exco Alam Sekitar, Selangor, Elizabeth Wong dan pertubuhan bukan kerajaan (NGO) yang selama ini mempertahankan alam sekitar? Jika dibiarkan, saya bimbang lebih banyak lombong akan dikorek dan kawasan Paya Indah Wetlands hanya tinggal nama," katanya yang turut ditemani Ahli Dewan Undangan Negeri (ADUN) Kuala Kubu Bharu, Wong Koon Moon dan ADUN Pelabuhan Klang, Badrul Hisham Abdullah. "Saya minta kerajaan negeri jangan tutup mata terhadap perkara ini kerana kegiatan mengorek pasir tanpa kawalan nampaknya tidak menguntungkan kerajaan negeri dan rakyat," katanya. Pengerusi belia kampung itu, Bahaman Ahmad Jiman, 39, pula berkata operasi mengaut pasir di kawasan berkenaan juga mengancam ternakan ikan talapia dan keli yang diusahakan persatuan belia di situ. 'Kawasan lombong bersebelahan tanah yang dikorek merupakan pusat menternak ikan tilapia, keli dan baung oleh pertubuhan belia di sini. Kawasan itu telah tercemar kerana aktiviti mencuci pasir menyebabkan minyak masuk ke kolam ternakan menjadi kotor dan pembesaran ikan terbantut. "Peluang untuk melihat pelbagai jenis unggas singgah di kawasan rekreasi ini juga sudah tertutup kerana ekosistem di sini sudah diganggu. Kami akan kerugian jika keadaan ini dibiarkan berterusan". Semasa tiba di kawasan tersebut kira-kira pukul 12.30 tengah hari ini, kumpulan pemberita yang dibawa oleh Mohamad Khir mendapati kawasan yang diceroboh lenggang dan tiada aktiviti melombong dijalankan. Beberapa pekerja lombong yang sedang berehat di sebuah pondok yang dibina di kawasan bukit berhampiran tidak memberikan sebarang reaksi semasa ditemui pemberita. Bagaimanapun, dua kenderaan pacuan empat roda yang membawa beberapa ekor anjing dipercayai tonto kepada kontraktor pasir melihat dari jauh gerak geri kumpulan pemberita. -- MediaUMNO *******umno-online****/?p=13549
7 Aug 2010
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