Coretan Pemikiran

Nikmat yang paling berharga selepas Iman dan Islam, ialah sahabat yang soleh. -Umar alKhattab-

Debating Techies

Im really active in this!
Im just giving tips n theories, so there will certainly be some loopholes here n there. Anyway, give it a try!

The Know-It-All
Reading too much, explaining by using the Comparison method n Consequences prevailing, is a way for those who feel themselves not so extroverted.

The Book Author
Getting the BIG PICTURE of the main topic, getting to know the 5Wives n 1Husband, makes a person who likes to read fictions n novels or who loves to do story-telling get the upper hand.
It can give a strong confidence in oneself to defend or oppose their side, coz you've known what its all about.

The 'Pin'
Fancy being a kinaesthetic person? Or you just can't get the energy contained? Being a person with so much energy, its gonna b a huge asset if you can actually make your points related with issues you've known ie the Consequences. One by one, you give them no chance of resurfacing when you pinned their points to the ground with multiple issues n aftermaths.


A self-reinforcing solitary wave (a wave packet or pulse) that maintains its shape while it travels at constant speed.

(The term "dispersive effects" refers to a property of certain systems where the speed of the waves varies according to frequency.)
The soliton phenomenon was first described by
John Scott Russell (1808–1882) who observed a solitary wave in the Union Canal in Scotland. He reproduced the phenomenon in a wave tank and named it the "Wave of Translation".
Properties of soliton:-
  1. They are of permanent form;
  2. They are localised within a region;
  3. They can interact with other solitons, and emerge from the collision unchanged, except for a phase shift.
Some scientists use the term soliton for phenomena that do not quite have these three properties (for instance, the 'light bullets' of nonlinear optics are often called solitons despite losing energy during interaction).

There is also the non-linear Kerr effect: the refractive index of a material at a given frequency depends on the light's amplitude or strength. If the pulse has just the right shape, the Kerr effect will exactly cancel the dispersion effect, and the pulse's shape won't change over time: a soliton.

Water wave properties:

  • The waves are stable, and can travel over very large distances (normal waves would tend to either flatten out, or steepen and topple over)
  • The speed depends on the size of the wave, and its width on the depth of water.
  • Unlike normal waves they will never merge – so a small wave is overtaken by a large one, rather than the two combining.
  • If a wave is too big for the depth of water, it splits into two, one big and one small.
This is one physics topic which I am really impressed at. Subhanallah! Among all changing
waves, there is a wave that is constant. (Get what I mean?)

Some videos you will be awing at:


When you really observe, you will actually see that what you learn is in everything you do.

That is what I saw recently during my outing.

I observed and experienced CENTRIPETAL FORCE on the KTMB and on a friend's (Dzul's) sporty motorbike.
I studied IMPULSIVE FORCE and MOMENTUM by looking at people pouring in and out of the KTMB doors.
I awed at the HYDRAULIC system while observing the huge fountain at KLCC.

Saying that, OBSERVANCE is something really worth having, when you have the intention to learn the secrets of the world.