Actually I have no mood to write anything today though as usual I have many things wandering in my mind. The heater ran out of gas this morning and of course Bie didn’t have much time to fill in the tank first before going to work. I am holding on myself until now and too bad having been born with Malaysian skin I have to struggle harder to combat the coldness. See, Allah create each and every thing on earth with reason lies behind it. For a very simple example, look at our skin!
To make it more clear, let’s us ponder for a while, why in certain area on earth almost all people in that place been born with very brown skin color? Nature has selected for people with darker skin in tropical latitudes, especially in non-forested regions where ultraviolet from the sun is usually the most intense. Having darker skin means, the more melanin pigment we have in our epidermis. Melanin acts as a protective biological shield against ultraviolet radiotion. By doing this, it helps to prevent sunburn damage that could result in DNA changes and, subsequently, melanoma; that is a cancer of the skin. Those at highest risk are European Americans. They have a 10 times highest risk than African Americans. For more detail information, check out this link http://anthro.palomar.edu/adapt/adapt_4.htm
Okay another thing is, why camel is always understood by many people on earth, been originated from the dessert and hot country like the
Well, last but not least why Arabian’s nose is always somewhat like a Roman-shaped nose or Greek-shaped nose, (saya tak sure sangat betul ke tak okay tapi kenapa mesti masuk dalam category Roman or Greek dan bukan hidong Arab, hidong Melayu-Jawa, hidong Melayu-Siam ke hape ke ekkk itu saya tatau. Think about the relationship of Ottoman Empire, bukan Ultraman yer kengkawan,
As for myself I would always tease him saying that his nose is like that because as the same as the camel’s situation that is to prevent dessert sand and dust from entering his nose hohoho~. By the way he has the pure or strong Yemeni’s-Arabic ancestry on his mother’s side. As for myself, mixture of Sumatera, Chinese, Hindi and Siamese but I happened to be known as Malay??? Weird is it.
In my opinion, Malay in