11 months ago حتما بخونید....
آب دهان شیرین است تا انسان از خوردن و آشامیدن لذت ببرد.
آب چشم شور است برای محفوظ نگه داشتن پیه چشم زیرا اگر شور نبود پیه چشم آب می شدوفایده دیگرآن ضد عفونی کردن چشم است.
اما آب گوش و رطوبتش تلخ است برای جلوگیری ورود حشرات ریزکه به خاطر تلخی نمیتوانند وارد گوش و از آنجا وارد مغز شوند.
آب بینی هم خنک است به خاطر سالم ماندن مغز سر انسان تا طیلان و جاری نشود زیرا اگر آب بینی گرم بود باعث جاری شدن مغز به داخل بینی میگردید.
خدا بزرگتر است از آنچه در تصور ماست.
هنگام به دنیا آمدن در گوشمان اذان می خوانند ولی نمازی نمی خوانند!
هنگام مرگ برایمان فقط نماز میخوانند.... بدون اذان ... اذان هنگام تولد برای نمازی است که هنگام مرگ می خوانند... چقدر کوتاهست این زندگی... به فاصله یک اذان تا نماز
به خیلی چیزا باید فکر کرد و عمیق شد...
عزیزان شبتون با یاده خدا ❤
10 hours ago This model of the Russian protected cruiser Askold in a scale of 1:200 is one of the latest additions to our collection. It is part of our project to inprove our exhibit on the Russo-Japanese War (1904-1905).
The Askold was ordered by the Russian Imperial Navy at the Krupp-Germaniaweft shipyard in Kiel. She was built between 1899 and 1900 and commissioned in 1902. At that time, she was the fastest cruiser of the Russian Imperial Navy. She was a powerful and well designed ship that could reach a speed of 23,8 knots. With her narrow Hull and five funnels, she was widely admired in her time.
The Askold had a long and successful career. She started her duty at the Baltic Sea and was soon deployed in the East Asian coasts. There she participated in the Russo-Japanese War. She took heavy damage during the Battle of the Yellow Sea, on August the 10th 1904. After the war, she became part of the Siberian Flotilla. In 1914 there were plans to modernize the ship in Europe. Before this plans could be carried out, World War I started. She became part of the allied naval force that fought the German East Asian Squadron. She then took es cord duties in the Indian Ocean before moving to the East Mediterranean. There, she saw action against the Austrian and Ottoman Navies and participated in the Gallipoli Campaign. In 1916, she was taken to Toulon, France, to be modernised. While the works were done, a conflict between the officers and the crew started. This ended up with an explosion in the ship that was probably caused by sabotage. Four members of the crew were condemned to death for this. In December 1916, while the ship was moving to her new position in the Barents Sea, she suffered damage from a storm and was repaired in Plymouth. After the Armistice with Germany, the ship was demobilised and later seized by the British Royal Navy in 1918. There she was renamed HMS Glory IV and used as a depot ship at Gareloch, Scotland. After the Russian Civil War, the British offered her to the Soviet Government. The Russian inspectors judged her condition too bad and she was finally sold for scrapping in 1922. She was scrapped that same year in Hamburg.