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 on: Today at 06:17:56 PM 
Started by ErEr - Last post by ErEr
Hi Myuccia,
glad that this help you. Well i just got another helper today and she was recommended by my friend helper. As they are in the same agency in Myanmar, my friend helper mention that my current new helper has good attitude & she is hardworking. Only things is her English not good but we really don't mind.
At least i don't need to see a helper attitude & black face right?
Hope this can really do what we require.
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 on: Today at 03:19:10 PM 
Started by Pahu - Last post by oldmike
 As I have pointed out before,
For an excellent explanation of the reasons for the Cambrian Explosion, read
"David Attenboroughs FIRST LIFE"
By Matt Kaplan,
Available for Kindle.
You have not read it, have you?

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 on: Today at 07:53:02 AM 
Started by ErEr - Last post by Myuccia
Hi , thank you for sharing your story! I almost get this maid from this agency BecAuse was informed by The Maid agency that The Maid that I applied for has changed her mind and requested to go back to her home country on the 2nd day she arrived in singapore. The agent straight away recommended this maid, Cing san Lian to me and told me that she is good. When I asked agent what is the reason of transfer ( because I told her I don't take transfer maid), she explained that The Maid asked to be send back to the agency because she was asked to work for two houses by the employer. Hence, I interviewed this maid, and noticed that her English is so much better than other Myanmar maid. After talking to her, the agent sent me a form to sign and the application got approved on the same day by MoM. However, I only able to read ur post after the MOM has approved the application for this maid. It appears that the agent who served me is not honest at all ! Super frustrated at their service. We paid the agency fee in August but till now haven't got our maid yet!
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 on: 18 October 2017, 22:16:05 PM 
Started by Pahu - Last post by Pahu
The Cambrian Explosion 4


Many more phyla are found in the Cambrian than exist today (f). Complex species, such as fish (g) worms, corals, trilobites, jellyfish (h) sponges, mollusks, and brachiopods appear suddenly, with no sign anywhere on earth of gradual development from simpler forms. Insects, a class comprising four-fifths of all known animal species (living and extinct), have no known evolutionary ancestors (i). Insects found in supposedly 100-million-year-old amber look like those living today (j). The fossil record does not support evolution  (k).

f.    “Compared with the 30 or so extant phyla, some people estimate that the Cambrian explosion may have generated as many as 100.” Roger Lewin, “A Lopsided Look at Evolution,” Science, Vol. 241, 15 July 1988, p. 291.

“A simple way of putting it is that currently we have about 38 phyla of different groups of animals, but the total number of phyla discovered during that period of time [Cambrian] (including those in China, Canada, and elsewhere) adds up to over 50 phyla. That means [there are] more phyla in the very, very beginning, where we found the first fossils [of animal life], than exist now.

 “Stephen Jay Gould has referred to this as the reverse cone of diversity. The theory of evolution implies that things get more complex and get more and more diverse from one single origin. But the whole thing turns out to be reversed—we have more diverse groups in the very beginning, and in fact more and more of them die off over time, and we have less and less now.”
Chien, p. 2.

“It was puzzling for a while because they [evolutionary paleontologists] refused to see that in the beginning there could be more complexity than we have now. What they are seeing are phyla that do not exist now—that’s more than 50 phyla compared to the 38 we have now.”   Ibid., p. 3.

g.    “But whatever ideas authorities may have on the subject, the lung-fishes, like every other major group of fishes that I know, have their origins firmly based in nothing, a matter of hot dispute among the experts, each of whom is firmly convinced that everyone else is wrong...I have often thought of how little I should like to have to prove organic evolution in a court of law.” Errol White, “A Little on Lung-Fishes,” Proceedings of the Linnean Society of London, Vol. 177, Presidential Address, January 1966, p. 8.

“The geological record has so far provided no evidence as to the origin of the fishes...” J. R. Norman, A History of Fishes, 3rd edition (New York: John Wiley & Sons, 1975), p. 343.

“All three subdivisions of the bony fishes first appear in the fossil record at approximately the same time. They are already widely divergent morphologically, and they are heavily armored. How did they originate? What allowed them to diverge so widely? How did they all come to have heavy armor? And why is there no trace of earlier, intermediate forms?” Gerald T. Todd, “Evolution of the Lung and the Origin of Bony Fishes—A Causal Relationship?” American Zoologist, Vol. 20, No. 4, 1980, p. 757.

h.   Cloud and Glaessner, pp. 783–792.

i.    “There are no fossils known that show what the primitive ancestral insects looked like...Until fossils of these ancestors are discovered, however, the early history of the insects can only be inferred.” Peter Farb, The Insects, Life Nature Library (New York: Time, Inc., 1962), pp. 14–15.

“There is, however, no fossil evidence bearing on the question of insect origin; the oldest insects known show no transition to other arthropods.” Frank M. Carpenter, “Fossil Insects,” Insects (Washington, D.C.: U.S. Government Printing Office, 1952), p. 18.

j. “For the most part, an ant [trapped in amber] living 100 million years ago looks like an ant today.” Paul Tafforeau, as quoted by Amy Barth, Discover, July/August 2009, p. 38.

k.    “If there has been evolution of life, the absence of the requisite fossils in the rocks older than the Cambrian is puzzling.” Marshall Kay and Edwin H. Colbert, Stratigraphy and Life History (New York: John Wiley & Sons, 1965), p. 103.

[From “In the Beginning” by Walt Brown]

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 on: 18 October 2017, 16:17:50 PM 
Started by judasith - Last post by Bostan
When is next course?
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 on: 18 October 2017, 15:51:24 PM 
Started by Singapore123 - Last post by Dave_GR
Hi,

can I just clarify: When you say Account 1 and 2, Does this include Medisave account? Or is that amount forfeited when cancel my PR and withdraw CPF?
Thanks!
Dave
 

Yes, when your PR ends and renounced it, you can get back all the money from account 1 and 2. If there is still any investment made using these 2 accounts, it might be the investment funds will be returned back to you directly instead thru CPF board, depend on the processing time to which CPF closure.
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 on: 18 October 2017, 15:20:58 PM 
Started by judasith - Last post by judasith
Hi to all!

Just a quick update about our course.

You can contact us and join/go for a trial lesson anytime during the year. Just visit our website http://iaidosingapore.weebly.com/ and contact us through phone, email, sms, WhatsApp, online form.

Also, as I was recognized by the governmental PA as an officially licensed Trainer, we are going to move in early November 2017 to a Community Center, most likely the Tanglin CC in Whitley Road. It is a very central area and easy to reach by car/taxi or MRT/Bus.

For more info please refer to our website!

Jack
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 on: 18 October 2017, 0:34:43 AM 
Started by expat101 - Last post by expat101
Hi all

I'm looking to rent out a brand new 1 bedroom unit in Novena, about a 5 minute walk from Novena MRT and Tan Tock Seng Hospital(TTSH). This unit comes fully furnished, and has had some beautiful Interior Design work done up (photos attached are of the actual unit). Perfect for a couple looking for a very centrally-located place to move into.

Hoping to rent it out to a fellow professional who I know won't wreck the place, willing to give a discount on the rental for that peace of mind.

PM me here or email me at drcollinsg [at] gmail if you're interested!
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 on: 17 October 2017, 21:51:22 PM 
Started by Newcomer to Singapore - Last post by hhhhj
This is bit of a tongue in cheek question :-)))

Is it illegal to access porn websites in Singapore?

U r a ***er rascal
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 on: 17 October 2017, 18:22:34 PM 
Started by ErEr - Last post by feliciabeth
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