13.10.15

Middle East states with the most number of Filipinos in prison

2013 Report from GMA News
There are many people who suffer from illness inside the jail that's why some reports from media, unfortunately, lack of help or support from the government how and why are they in the hell of life.

The report said common offenses committed by Filipinos are possession of liquor, which is banned in Arab nations; theft or embezzlement; immorality; drug trafficking; murder; and the traffic violation.



  

Top 20 country with the most internet users in the world


Source of information: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_countries_by_number_of_Internet_users

The truth behind Malaysia Airlines flight ‪MH17‬

A storyline from Mark Felton-Aksoy




Animation released by the Dutch Safety Board shows the path of the missile that hit Malaysia Airlines flight #MH17 http://bbc.in/1VQgnJr
Posted by BBC News on Tuesday, October 13, 2015







 I am a retired airline pilot AND retired Royal Air Force aircrew with several thousand hours of Cold War flying experience behind me. I offer the following based on my knowledge and experience.

First and foremost, the commander of the aircraft bears the ultimate responsibility for the safety of his or her aircraft and everyone on board. There is no: "But I was only following orders". This fact is set in law.

This captain took his flight over an active war zone. That other did the same is no excuse. We have ALL had similar training and if others choose to put their hands in the fire, that's their lookout. MH17 captain knew the rules, yet chose to ignore them. Harsh? Well, a couple of hundred people were blown up. How harsh does it get?

In mitigation, Eurocontrol (the body in Europe responsible for air traffic control and the safe conduct of flights in their airspace) made a negligent declaration: that it was "safe" to fly above 30,000 feet. This was crass stupidity because it took no realistic account of the capability of current Russian-built or Soviet-era weaponry. Think about this for a moment. If you are a pilot or not, if there is the likelihood of guns or missiles being fired in the vicinity of your flight, even if they may not be aimed at you, would you feel safe with, at most, an 8,000 feet margin? Bloody fool if you do!

There are other factors that will demolish any confidence in the fortune cookie pronouncements of a Brussels baboon:

In a war zone, the threat might not come solely from the ground! What about fighter aircraft - of which each of the belligerents has plenty. Now, my next point requires careful explaining.

Stabilising altitude and drift down. Pilots will understand these terms well enough. VERY BASICALLY, an aircraft can only fly if the air at that altitude is sufficiently dense to support it and there is sufficient thrust from the engine(s) and lift from the wing. If an engine should fail, even increasing the thrust on the remaining engine will, at the sort of altitudes jet transport aircraft tend to operate, will be insufficient to keep pushing the aircraft along at the same speed as before. For several reasons, drag will be increased and the aircraft MUST drift down to an altitude at which the air density is sufficient to keep it buoyant once more. You can bet it will be below the stupid safe (missile) level as pushed out by Eurocontrol. Now, you ARE in the DANGER ZONE! As a passenger with, presumably, life, experiences, loved ones ahead of you, would you find it acceptable behaviour if a retard at the controls was to place everything you are and everything you hope to be, in peril?

EVERY public transport flight IS REQUIRED BY LAW to be planned on the basis of an engine failure. Now, if you, the captain, are criminally negligent enough to even consider flying through a declared war zone, then perhaps ALL of the aviation rules are somehow irrelevant to you!

Another thing. You've all watched the safety briefings. That bit about cabin pressurisation failure and oxygen masks deploying from the panel above you. One requirement imposed on pilots in such a situation is to get on oxygen themselves and then commence a maximum rate descent to 10,000 feet. It is held that most people will survive, given the partial pressure of oxygen in the atmosphere at that altitude.

I have given you two plausible reasons why any aircraft would be compelled to descend well below the pathetic "safe zone" that Euro-Out-Of-Control promulgated.

In all probability, we may NEVER know who pulled the trigger. But on that day, THAT MH17 captain knew there was a war on. Eurocontrol knew there was a war on. All the other airlines, whose captains plodded on, thumb up the bum, mind in neutral, knew there was a war on. ONLY the person who pulled the trigger knew WHEN (and WHY) they were going to do that. All the other flights got lucky. MH17 did not.

Yes, there are commercial pressures and I myself succumbed, once, in my early years. I vowed never to do so again and went from enfant terrible in my "management's" eyes, to bĂȘte noir! I know what it is like. But there is ONE piece of advice that EVERY pilot needs to hoist on board: "If you can't justify it, DON'T do it". I hope there are some captains out there who have consciences. If YOU have not learnt about flying from this sorry episode, then hang your heads in shame, for you draw your salaries under false pretences!
This captain took his flight over an active war zone. That other did the same is no excuse. We have ALL had similar training and if others choose to put their hands in the fire, that's their lookout. MH17 captain knew the rules, yet chose to ignore them. Harsh? Well, a couple of hundred people were blown up. How harsh does it get?In mitigation, Eurocontrol (the body in Europe responsible for air traffic control and the safe conduct of flights in their airspace) made a negligent declaration: that it was "safe" to fly above 30,000 feet. This was crass stupidity because it took no realistic account of the capability of current Russian-built or Soviet-era weaponry. Think about this for a moment. If you are a pilot or not, if there is the likelihood of guns or missiles being fired in the vicinity of your flight, even if they may not be aimed at you, would you feel safe with, at most, an 8,000 feet margin? Bloody fool if you do!There are other factors that will demolish any confidence in the fortune cookie pronouncements of a Brussels baboon:In a war zone, the threat might not come solely from the ground! What about fighter aircraft - of which each of the belligerents has plenty. Now, my next point requires careful explaining.Stabilising altitude and drift down. Pilots will understand these terms well enough. VERY BASICALLY, an aircraft can only fly if the air at that altitude is sufficiently dense to support it and there is sufficient thrust from the engine(s) and lift from the wing. If an engine should fail, even increasing the thrust on the remaining engine will, at the sort of altitudes jet transport aircraft tend to operate, will be insufficient to keep pushing the aircraft along at the same speed as before. For several reasons, drag will be increased and the aircraft MUST drift down to an altitude at which the air density is sufficient to keep it buoyant once more. You can bet it will be below the stupid safe (missile) level as pushed out by Eurocontrol. Now, you ARE in the DANGER ZONE! As a passenger with, presumably, life, experiences, loved ones ahead of you, would you find it acceptable behaviour if a retard at the controls was to place everything you are and everything you hope to be, in peril?EVERY public transport flight IS REQUIRED BY LAW to be planned on the basis of an engine failure. Now, if you, the captain, are criminally negligent enough to even consider flying through a declared war zone, then perhaps ALL of the aviation rules are somehow irrelevant to you!Another thing. You've all watched the safety briefings. That bit about cabin pressurisation failure and oxygen masks deploying from the panel above you. One requirement imposed on pilots in such a situation is to get on oxygen themselves and then commence a maximum rate descent to 10,000 feet. It is held that most people will survive, given the partial pressure of oxygen in the atmosphere at that altitude.I have given you two plausible reasons why any aircraft would be compelled to descend well below the pathetic "safe zone" that Euro-Out-Of-Control promulgated.In all probability, we may NEVER know who pulled the trigger. But on that day, THAT MH17 captain knew there was a war on. Eurocontrol knew there was a war on. All the other airlines, whose captains plodded on, thumb up the bum, mind in neutral, knew there was a war on. ONLY the person who pulled the trigger knew WHEN (and WHY) they were going to do that. All the other flights got lucky. MH17 did not.Yes, there are commercial pressures and I myself succumbed, once, in my early years. I vowed never to do so again and went from enfant terrible in my "management's" eyes, to bĂȘte noir! I know what it is like. But there is ONE piece of advice that EVERY pilot needs to hoist on board: "If you can't justify it, DON'T do it". I hope there are some captains out there who have consciences. If YOU have not learnt about flying from this sorry episode, then hang your heads in shame, for you draw your salaries under false pretences!



Percentage of people in the world who knows how to Use the Computer

15.67% now (2015) Compared to Year 2010 with 0.50% only before

Rank/Country Name
1. Sweden
2. Finland 
3. Netherlands 
4. Norway
5. Denmark
6. Australia
7. Canada
8. Germany
9. England/Northern Ireland (U.K.)
10. Japan 

Source of information: http://o.canada.com/news/national/canada-ranks-higher-than-average-in-computer-literacy


Less than 10 percent of respondents from all countries performed at the highest level for computer-based problem solving, with Sweden leading the way at 8.8 percent, followed by Finland (8.4 percent), Japan (8.3 percent), Netherlands (7.3 percent) and Canada (7.1 percent). Not surprisingly, younger adults fared better on technology scores than older adults.





12.10.15

Top 10 best president in the Philippine history








6. Manuel Roxas
7. Sergio osmenia
8. Jose P. laurel
9. Diosdado macapagal
10. Corazon Aquino? really? Dumphead people who voted this person

Top 10 most beautiful provinces in the Philippines 2015

Most of them are mentioning Cebu, Palawan, Aklan,  Batanes, Mindoro Oriental, Negros Oriental, Albay, Ilocos Norte, Cagayan, Benguet, 




Top 10 most Beautiful Provinces

1. Ilocos Norte  ----------------- 98.89% Super's Amazing Culture
2. Bohol ------------------------  95.55% Amazing Landforms
3. Palawan ---------------------  90.31% Excellent Nature Beauty 
4. Aklan ------------------------  87.55% Very Satisfy Life Quality
5. Mindoro ---------------------  87.50% Very Satisfy Good life
6. Tagaytay --------------------  85.22% Satisfy Fresh Air
7. Baguio ----------------------  85.00% Very Cool Whether
8. Batanes ---------------------  83.77% Cool Islands
9. Albay -----------------------  82.53% Very Nice Perfect Volcano
10. Batangas and Cebu -----   81.64% and 80.79% Nice Beach and Resorts.




One word to describe Sen. Bong bong marcos


1. So let us not bring the past we are talking about Bong-bong Marcos right now, late former president Ferdinand E. Marcos and Bong Bong is similarly like his father standings and goals are almost the same as excellent leaders whatever position has them.

2. It's a Brave and with Strong personality, one of the most popular people in the entire Universe, they know Bong-bong Marcos because they recognize his father's greatest leadership when his father becomes the best president in the world 1995 worldwide survey.

3. However, they say some of his college or university careers are not complete. Other units and diploma he receives are just done extra knowledge for his good plans. What can you say about graduate in Ateneo if the Philippines are still in poverty? if the Philippines have bullied by china and if the Philippines has the highest corruption record by his administration listed by international transparency? until his last term.

4. His term and excellent leadership in  Ilocos Norte is really amazing, How did he plan? and continuously build power plants? like the solar power plant in Corimao and windmill power plant in the municipality of Burgos, Bangui, and Pagudpud which is now the first and the largest Wind farm in south-east Asia.

5. He has a big plan for the Philippines future, but we hope that the truth must prevail and he will be declared soon as the real Vice President of the Philippines. Good luck Bong Bong

OFW Salary range in Saudi Arabia (Including Estimation)

Saudi Arabia

Office Administrations
1. Hotels
   1.1 Manager (Not the owner) - Starting to S. R. 2,500 - 15,600
   1.2 HR - Starting to S.R. 3,800 - 14,800 (No OT)
   1.3 Secretary/Receptionist - Starting to S.R. 2,800 - 12,700 (Overtime not included)

2. Restaurants
   2.1 Manger/CEO - 3,200 - 13,450
   2.2 HR - 3,950 - 13,550
   2.3 Secretary - 2,550 - 3,200
   2.4 Marketing or Financial supervisors - 3,900 - 12,800
   2.5 Cashier - 1,400 - 2,890
 
3. Food chain
   3.1 Manager - 2,800 - 3,450
   3.2 HR - 2,500 - 3,000
   3.3 Secretary - 1,500 - 2,000
   3.4 Accountant/marketing supervisors - 3,000 - 5,000
   3.5 Regional manager - 5,600 - 10,000

4. Malls
   4.1 Security - 1,200 - 1,500
   4.2 Head Security - 2,000- 2,100

5. Groceries, small shops and store
   5.1 Cashier - 1, 300 - 1,500
   5.2 Watcher/sales man - 1,250 - 1,800

6. Government employees
   6.1 Teacher - 5,800 - 16,900
   6.2 Treasurer - 14,000 - 15,000

7. Hospitals
   7.1 Doctors - 8,000 - 45,000
   7.2 Nurse - 3,500 - 3,400
   7.3 Head nurse - 3,500 - 10,000
   7.4 Laboratory manager - 4,500 - 5,000
   7.5 Midwifery - 3,500 - 4,000
   7.6 Receptionist  - 2,800 - 3,000
   7.8 Hospital manager - 6,000 - 10,000



laborers/Construct hired workers/Maid/Factory workers
1. Carpenters (Wood Industrial)
   1.1 Wood Carver - 1,700 - 2,200
   1.2 Four man - 2,000 - 2,800
   1.3 Quality Control man - 2,000 - 3,000
   1.4 Labors 1,400 - 1,900
   1.5 Maintenance (Electrical/Electronics/Mechanical) 2,600 - 3,500
   1.6 Maintenance ( Cleaner) 1,200 - 1,500
2. Painters
   2.1 Sanding to Finishing 1,400 - 1,900
   2.2 Four man - 2,000 - 2,900
3. House Maids
   3.1 House Maids - 1,100 - 1,700
   3.2 Head house maids - 1,500 - 1,900
4. Waiters
   4.1 Waiters - 1,100 - 1,200
5. Food service workers
   5.1 Crew - 1,200 - 1,250
   5.2 Food cooker - 1,200 - 1,500
6. Construction workers
   6.1 Laborers - 1,300 - 2,300
   6.2 Mason - 1,500 - 2, 500
   6.3 Cement and Concrete masters - 1,400 - 2,400
   6.4 Four man - 2,000 - 2,780
7. Drivers
   7.1 Family driver - 1,500 - 1,890
   7.2 Company driver - 1,300 -1,900
   7.3 Private driver (taxi) - 2,300 - 5,000
   7.4 Government driver - 2,000 - 3,490
8. Cook
   8.1 Public cook (street foods) - 1,200 - 1,560
9. Delivery workers
   9.1 Food delivery - 1,000 - 1,600
   9.2 LBC delivery - 1,400 - 1,600
   9.3 Materials delivery - 1,200 - 1,500
   9.4 Product delivery - 1,300 - 1,900
10. Room boy
   10.1 House boy - 1,400 - 1,900
   10.2 Hotel service boy - 1,400 - 2,300
11. Office boy
   11.1 Coffee maker/Files and service delivery - 1,500 - 1,900
12. Factory workers
   12.1 Officials - 2,300 - 2,400
   12.2 Laborer - 1,560 - 1,956
   12.3 Repackaging - 1,560 - 2,000
   12.4 Factory managing - 1,900 - 4,700


Professionals/Mid-educational
1. Electricians
   1.2 Electrician - 2,800 - 4,600
2. Engineers
   2.1 Oil industry engineer/Mechanical - 15,000 - 24,560
   2.2 Construction Engineers - 8,000 - 18,000
   2.3 Electronics/electrical Engineers - 8,000 - 23,000
3. Architects
   3.1 Architects/Designers - 35,000 - 100,000 per project only
   3.2 Auto cad designers at any industrial company - 3,800 - 4,500
4. Technicians
   4.1 Computer Technicians - 3,400 - 5,600
   4.2 Appliances Technicians - 3,400 - 6,000





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