World_Muslim_Population_Map2My book “I Love America So Why Don’t You” explains in considerable detail why the Muslim World is in a total state of bewilderment and bent on marching on the path that leads to destruction and mayhem. On top of that, the rulers (mostly dictators) while pampering themselves continuously don’t know how to lead their nations out of this vicious muddle.

There are 58 Muslim countries, mostly poor but few rich due to oil exports. Thanks to the West which not only discovered oil, developed refineries, created demand, got oil to the market and totally became dependent on it. The few oil exporting countries namely Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, Qatar, Iran, UAE do not produce anything else that the rest of the world would want to buy. Does anyone wake up on Saturday morning and exclaims wow; I am going to buy a car made in Pakistan, Iran or Saudi Arabia? You cannot, because they don’t produce anything of value. However, Pakistan has nuclear weapons, Iran wants to develop them and Saudi Arabia is just biting at the bit to get involved in the race along with a few others.

The Extreme Muslim psyche revolves around becoming a mighty power, converting everyone to Islam, killing innocent people and justifying through Islamic traditions (wrongly of course) to support their evil deeds. What an abomination? Most Mullahs with their long beards have hijacked the narrative, at least which is what we hear. Let us say the Mullah Population is 10-20% out of the 1.6 billion Muslims today. So, if the minority of fanatics, terrorists and killers is running the show then whose fault is it? Of course, Most Muslims will quickly blurt out the “West” (typically USA since the British Empire is now gone). This only shows that the majority of the Muslim Population is brain-washed and refused to look inward in solving their problems.

In the Second World War (1939-45), the Allied annihilated Germany and Japan. Look at these countries today as they have become economic powerhouses. They are producing goods that rest of the world is clamoring to buy. They did not lay down and continued their fight with the Allied nations using terroristic means. Their leaders put their nations before themselves, provided freedom to their citizens, and started using their brains instead of their brawn.

America tried to stop China from rising up when Communists took over in the 1940’s but they could not. Chinese leaders finally realized that “it is about economics stupid” and embarked upon an amazing journey to become the producer of the world. America fought a long war in Vietnam but today they are producing and exporting many goods to the USA. In addition, many other countries that had no quarrel with the USA but learned to produce, followed the Western template and are on the path of becoming economic powerhouses; South Korea, Singapore, Hong Kong, Brazil, Argentina and many more. On the other hand, American has given hundreds of billions of dollars to many countries but very seldom you hear “thank you.”

In conclusion, out of 58 Muslim countries, it is difficult to pinpoint a country where a leader is putting nation’s interest before his, involving people in the decision making or thinking strategically to become a producer instead of a consumer. However, one will find emphasis on no rights for women, keeping them veiled, growing long beards, blaming the West for their paralysis, creating fear and destroying what is good and killing other Muslim minorities.

The time is not for war or jihad but using the brainpower to gain knowledge in this infinite universe. I hope Muslims change their ways otherwise they will stay in the abyss thus wasting all the blessings of the Merciful, Tolerant and Accepting God.



Habitable ZoneNASA administrator Charles Bolden s counts himself among the people who “are probably convinced that it’s highly improbable in the limitless vastness of the universe that we humans stand alone.” According to Dave Gallagher, Director Astronomy & Physics at NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory,” finding small planets, ones the size of Earth, is challenging, in part because they produce fainter signals.”

So, the good news is that a team of NASA astronomers have discovered the first Earth-size planet orbiting a star in the so-called “habitable zone” where water could exist. Thomas Barclay, a scientist at the Bay Area Environmental Research Institute says the planet can be thought of as an “Earth-cousin rather than an Earth-twin. It has many properties that resemble Earth.” The planet was discovered by NASA’s Kepler Space Telescope. It’s located about 500 light-years from Earth in the constellation Cygnus.

.The Kepler mission is dependent upon the Hubble Space Telescope, which was launched in 1990. As Hubble orbits the Earth, it allows scientists to peer back in time, into distant galaxies, and yields stunning images of the stars and galaxies.


Sgt Travis Mills 3The retired United States Army staff sergeant Travis Mills of 82nd Airborne has no arms or legs. He served three tours in Afghanistan and lost all his limbs when an IDE (improvised explosive device) exploded under him. He spent months recuperating at Walter Reed National Military Medical Center. He does not want to be called a “wounded warrior.”

Sgt Travis Mills“How I survived, I have no idea,” he said. “I’m not wounded anymore,” he said. “I’m just a guy living life.”

He snowboards, bikes and recently jumped out of an airplane with the U.S. Army Golden Knights parachute team. He has a Foundation. He’s featured in a new documentary “Travis: A Soldier’s Story.” He also has a wife and a child and on a mission to help other wounded veterans cope with their injuries. His motto is “Never give up. Never quit.”

Sgt Travis Mills 2Thank you Sgt. Mills for your service and sacrifice.



Future of Fusion Energy



The photo above shows inside the Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory’s $5 billion National Ignition Facility (NIF), where scientists are getting closer to their goal of creating a controlled fusion reaction by mimicking the interior of the sun inside the hardware of a laboratory.

In the latest incremental advance, reported recently online in the journal Nature, scientists in California used 192 lasers to compress a pellet of fuel and generate a reaction in which more energy came out of the fuel core than went into it.

There’s still a long way to go before anyone has a functioning fusion reactor, something physicists have dreamed of since Albert Einstein was alive. A fusion reactor would run on a common form of hydrogen found in seawater, would emit minimal nuclear waste and couldn’t have the kind of meltdown that can occur in a traditional nuclear-fission reactor.

NIF is funded by the National Nuclear Security Administration and does fusion research only part of the time. Usually it is engaged in tests that help scientists understand the processes involved in nuclear weapons explosions.

From article by Joel Achenbach, Washington Post, February 12, 2014