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Number Sequence in Dynamics AX 2012

Introduction to Number Sequence You might have heard the word auto generated unique identifier for a record in any type of application. Similarly, Microsoft Dynamics AX used Number sequence to uniquely identify a record of a Sales order or a transaction or an Inventory. Number Sequencing is a very significant feature required in an ERP system or any system where you have too many...

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Common Myths About Bonsai

Bonsai are dwarf plants by nature There are some myths about Bonsai that it is a naturally dwarfed plant but it is not the case. They are created by controlling the height and span of tree by various techniques. Bonsai if made with dwarf variety will grow slowly as compared to the normal one. Bonsai are made from special kind of trees Some people...

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Bonsai – The Ancient Japanese Art

Ever wondered how a tree would look small? Ever wondered how beautiful a jungle would look if it is miniaturized? It’s possible….the creation of Bonsai. What is Bonsai? Bonsai is a Japanese word composed of two syllables Bon which means “tray or pot” and sai means “tree or plant”. So Bonsai means “a tree in a shallow tray or container”. It is a tree...

10th of Muharram Moon captured using Meade 5" reflector telescope and Samsung Galaxy S 13

The Moon looks Bigger – The Moon Apogee & Perigee

The Moon Since the birth of human, they have always wondered what the Moon is, why it is like this and what is the significance of Moon. The Moon, the most closest celestial object that could be seen with naked-eye is at an average distance of 384, 401 Km from our home Earth. Humans have used Moon as a source of light at night...

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Moon Halo in Karachi – Pakistan

From my childhood I was obsessed by Moon, the largest celestial object that could be seen in sky at night. The reason I was obsessed with it could be, it is in sky for most part of a month. I did not get any useful information and guidance to Astronomy until I found a book of Science in which there was some discussion on...

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If you want to live and thrive, let a Spider run alive

Have you ever noticed some webs at the corner of the walls that you just carelessly sweep away or sometimes just tired of these bugging webs invading in your beautiful and clean house? I am sure you have not noticed how expertly these webs are spun? Who spins them? Spiders; A group of invertebrates which are found throughout the world from the sea shores...

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A trip to Sindh’s highest reachable peak Gorakh Hills – To witness billions of stars

You might have heard about Gorakh Hills station in Pakistan. You have to pass through Sehwan Sharif, and Dadu and through the unpaved paths on the mountain where only 1 vehicle can pass at a time. Want to know more? About Gorakh Hills From Wikipedia, “It is situated at an elevation of 5,688 ft (1,734 m). in the Kirthar Mountains Range’s Sindh Segment, 94...

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Watching the Geminids Meteor Shower (Kalri Lake, Sind, Pakistan)

2 days before the peak of Geminids Meteor Shower back in December 2010, I was sitting on my seat while programming, I got an email. It was an email in which we planned to go to Kalri Lake, Sind for watching the Geminids meteor Shower. The peak of Geminids Shower is on 13 Dec. Unfortunately, the 13 was Monday and considering the work load...

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Dark Sky trip to Hingol National Park, Pakistan

YET some active souls of our land have been witnessing these dimensions for years, alhamdolillah, and have well-learnt how to blend regular busy lives with overnight picnics, I would say, arranged for under dark skies for astronomical observations … Ratjagas with exciting learning ventures .. Navigate through the re-done article underneath, and you will discover what “Sky is not the limit” really means… if...