Curioso isso…


Às vezes dou uma olhadinha nas estatísticas do meu blog, para saber as razões pelas quais em alguns dias há excepcionalmente mais visitas do que em outros dias…e, obviamente, a maioria das visitas ao blog são provenientes de buscas no Google e em outros sites de busca. Nem preciso dizer que, desde que publiquei a notícia daquela moça que desfilou nua na semana de moda de Londres, a Sophia Cahill, as visitas aumentaram exponencialmente!!! *rsrsrs* Acho que vou começar a publicar palavras-chave eróticas para atrair mais público😉 hahahahhahah Bem, publico abaixo as buscas dos dois últimos dias que trouxeram a galera para cá:

Palavras digitadas na busca e número de buscas com aquelas palavras:

sophia cahill 46
modelo grávida desfila completamente nua na semana de moda de londres 45
modelo desfila grávida (e nua) em semana de moda na inglaterra 42
modelo grávida desfila completamente nua 10
robyn coles 10
witchblade 8
sophia cahill nua 7
aurora boreal 5
sophia cahill video 5
video modelo gravida desfila nua em londres 4
modelo sophio cahill desfilando nua em londres video 3
wallpaper mulheres brasileiras 3
mais fotos da modelo grávida desfila completamente nua 3
modelo gravida e nua 3
yotube modelo gravida desfila n 2
nome solange 2
fotos nua da modelo sophia cahill 2
desenho para tatuagem masculina para colorir 2
“sophia cahill” 2
desfile de modelos nus em londres 2
caveira skull 2
sophia cahill nua gravida 2
modelo gravida desfila completamente nua em londres 2
Outros termos de busca 128

bruxa sexy 35

witchblade 12

aurora boreal 8

sophia cahill 6

sophia cahill imagens 4

wallpaper criança triste 4

wallpapers futurista sexy 4

rangiroa, polinÉsia 3

robyn coles 3

modelo grávida desfila nua 2

modelo gravida desfila pelada 2

miss desfila totalmente nua em londres;

2 imagens de aurora boreal 2

ampulheta antiga 2

auroras boreales wallpaper 2

tattoo mitologia grega feminina 2

nude angel 2

desenhos de nomades da pré história 2

books de gravidas ao ar livre 2

tatuagem era cristã letras gregas 2

ilhas polinésia francesa 2

violin wallpaper 2

simbolo de bombeiro civil 2

mitologia anjos caidos 6
tatuagens femininas sininho 2
strenae coins 2
horoscopo angels de amanha dia 25 de fevereiro para aries 2
isto naõ é um cachimbo duchamp 1
sophia cahill 1
witch blade 1
portugues tradução vladimir sorokin 1
trilha sonora quando as modelos desfila no filme pret a porte 1
paisagens naturais para papel de parede 1

Estranhei os seguintes: “desenho para tatuagem masculina para colorir”; “desenhos de nomades da pré história”; “books de gravidas ao ar livre” e “tatuagem era cristã letras gregas”. Vou colocar umas letras gregas aqui para não desapontar a galera!!!

Em português o alfabeto grego é:
alfa, beta, gama, delta, épsilon, zeta, eta, teta, iota, kapa, lâmbda, mi, ni, xi, ômicron, pi, rô, sigma, tau, úpsilon, fi, qui, psi, ômega

Na astronomia usa-se o alfabeto grego com uma designação diferente. O sistema de Bayer de classificação de estrelas pelo seu brilho usa as seguintes designações:

(1)    a (Alpha) (13)   n (Nu)
(2)   b (Beta) (14)   x (Xi)
(3)   g (Gamma) (15)   o (Omicron)
(4)   d (Delta) (16)   p (Pi)
(5)   e (Epsilon) (17)   r (Rho)
(6)   z (Zeta) (18)   s (Sigma)
(7)   h (Eta) (19)   t (Tau)
(8)   J (Theta) (20)   u (Upsilon)
(9)   i (Iota) (21)   j (Phi)
(10)   k (Kappa) (22)   c (Chi)
(11)   l (Lambda) (23)   y (Psi)
(12)   m (Mu) (24)   w (Omega)

Detalhe que a língua grega, claro, não é tão simples assim…tinha as variantes antigas, as letras com acentos, os numerais gregos e tal…vejam:

Its history can be divided into four phases: Ancient Greek, Koine, Byzantine Greek, and Modern Greek. Ancient Greek is subdivided into Mycenaean Greek (14th – 13th centuries BC) and Archaic and Classical Greek (8th – 4th centuries BC). The language of the latter periods had numerous dialects (e.g., Ionic, Attic). The second phase, Koine (Hellenistic Greek), arose during the reign of Alexander the Great in the 4th century BC. A common language with simplified grammar, it spread throughout the Hellenized world. Purists who rejected Koine as a corruption of Attic Greek successfully advocated adoption of the Classical language for all writing. Thus, the written form, Byzantine Greek (5th – 15th centuries AD), stayed rooted in the Attic tradition while the spoken language continued to develop. Modern Greek, dating from the 15th century, has many local dialects. Standard Modern Greek, Greece’s official written and spoken language, is largely based on a form called Demotic (used in popular speech) but includes elements of Katharevusa, the written language formerly used in government and public life.

Ancient epichoric variants of the Greek alphabet from EuboeaIoniaAthens and Corinth comparing to modern Greek:

acute acute,
diaeresis
diaeresis
Άά Έέ Ήή Ίί Όό Ύύ Ώώ ΐ ΰ Ϊϊ Ϋϋ
breathing,
etc.
accent vowel rho
adscript
Α Ε Η Ι Ο Υ Ω Ρ
acute ´ Ά Έ Ή Ί Ό Ύ Ώ
grave `
smooth ᾿
acute
grave
circumflex
rough
acute
grave
circumflex Ἷ
diaeresis ¨ Ϊ Ϋ
macron ˉ
breve ˘

Lower case

breathing,
etc.
accent vowels rho
subscript
α ε η ι ο υ ω ρ
acute ´ ά έ ή ί ό ύ ώ
grave `
circumflex
smooth ᾿
acute
grave
circumflex
rough
acute
grave
circumflex
diaeresis ¨ ϊ ϋ
acute ΅ ΐ ΰ
grave
circumflex
macron ˉ
breve ˘
Letter Value Letter Value Letter Value
αʹ 1 ιʹ 10 ρʹ 100
βʹ 2 κʹ 20 σʹ 200
γʹ 3 λʹ 30 τʹ 300
δʹ 4 μʹ 40 υʹ 400
εʹ 5 νʹ 50 φʹ 500
ϝʹ or ϛʹ or στʹ 6 ξʹ 60 χʹ 600
ζʹ 7 οʹ 70 ψʹ 700
ηʹ 8 πʹ 80 ωʹ 800
θʹ 9 ϟʹ 90 ϡʹ 900

\stackrel{\text{,}\delta\phi\pi\beta}{\Mu}\psi\theta' = 4582\times 10,000+709 = 45,820,709. \,

In Ptolemy’s table of chords, the first fairly extensive trigonometric table, there were 360 rows, portions of which looked as follows:

<br /><br /><br />
\begin{array}{ccc} \pi\varepsilon\varrho\iota\varphi\varepsilon\varrho\varepsilon\iota\tilde\omega\nu & \varepsilon\overset{\text{'}}\nu\vartheta\varepsilon\iota\tilde\omega\nu & \overset{\text{`}}\varepsilon\xi\eta\kappa\omicron\sigma\tau\tilde\omega\nu \\<br /><br /><br />
\begin{array}{|l|} \hline \pi\delta\angle' \\  \pi\varepsilon \\  \pi\varepsilon\angle' \\  \hline  \pi\stigma \\  \pi\stigma\angle' \\  \pi\zeta \\  \hline \end{array} & \begin{array}{|r|r|r|} \hline \pi & \mu\alpha & \gamma \\  \pi\alpha & \delta & \iota\varepsilon \\  \pi\alpha & \kappa\zeta & \kappa\beta \\  \hline \pi\alpha & \nu & \kappa\delta \\  \pi\beta & \iota\gamma & \iota\vartheta \\  \pi\beta & \lambda\stigma & \vartheta \\  \hline \end{array} & \begin{array}{|r|r|r|r|} \hline \circ & \circ & \mu\stigma & \kappa\varepsilon \\  \circ & \circ & \mu\stigma & \iota\delta \\  \circ & \circ & \mu\stigma & \gamma \\  \hline \circ & \circ & \mu\varepsilon & \nu\beta \\  \circ & \circ & \mu\varepsilon & \mu \\  \circ & \circ & \mu\varepsilon & \kappa\vartheta \\  \hline \end{array}<br /><br /><br />
\end{array}<br /><br /><br />

Each number in the first column, labeled περιφεριῶν, is the number of degrees of arc on a circle. Each number in the second column, labeled ενθειῶν, is the length of the corresponding chord of the circle, when the diameter is 120. Thus πδ represents an 84° arc, and the ∠’ after it means one-half, so that πδ∠’ means 84.5°. In the next column we see π μα γ, meaning 80 + 41/60 + 3/602. That is the length of the chord corresponding to an arc of 84.5° when the diameter of the circle is 120. The next column, labeled ὲξηκοστῶν, for “sixtieths”, is the number to be added to the chord length for each 1° increase in the arc, over the span of the next 12°. Thus that last column was used for linear interpolation.

The Greek sexagesimal place holder or zero symbol changed over time. The symbol used on papyri during the second century was a very small circle with an overbar several diameters long, terminated or not at both ends in various ways. Later, the overbar shortened to only one diameter, similar to our modern o macron (ō) which was still being used in late medieval Arabic manuscripts whenever alphabetic numerals were used. But the overbar was omitted in Byzantine manuscripts, leaving a bare ο (omicron). This gradual change from an invented symbol to ο does not support the hypothesis that the latter was the initial of ουδέν meaning “nothing”

Some of Ptolemy’s true zeros appeared in the first line of each of his eclipse tables, where they were a measure of the angular separation between the center of the Moon and either the center of the Sun (for solar eclipses) or the center of Earth‘s shadow (for lunar eclipses). All of these zeros took the form 0 | 0 0, where Ptolemy actually used three of the symbols described in the previous paragraph. The vertical bar (|) indicates that the integral part on the left was in a separate column labeled in the headings of his tables as digits (of five arc-minutes each), whereas the fractional part was in the next column labeled minute of immersion, meaning sixtieths (and thirty-six-hundredths) of a digit

Read more: http://www.answers.com/topic/greek-numerals#ixzz1nLjb9WWj

Read more: http://www.answers.com/topic/monotonic-orthography#ixzz1nLippc1c

Read more: http://www.answers.com/topic/greek-language#ixzz1nLhPfAjK

Ah, e também aproveito a ocasião para postar uns desenhinhos pré-históricos numa caverna😉 (visitem o site http://www.grands-sites-archeologiques.culture.fr/ é bem legal!!! É o site dos grandes sítios arqueológicos da França – tem a versão em francês e em inglês, mas mesmo sem saber nenhuma das duas línguas, dá pra ver as fotinhos :D)

Estes vêm diretamente da caverna de Lascaux, na França – o sítio mais famoso, penso eu, de desenhos pré-históricos…mas, segundo um texto que acabei de ler enquanto procurava a imagem, as pinturas da caverna correm risco de destruição por causa de fungos, bactérias e afins…:( E o governo francês piorou a situação tentando combatê-los ineficazmente…Tem até um abaixo-assinado (veja link depois do texto explicativo)

from The International Committee for Preservation of Lascaux:

The 17,000 year old paintings inside the cave of Lascaux are in grave danger. Since 1998, when the first incursion of lichen was found growing inside the cave, Lascaux has been attacked by a series of molds, fungi and bacteria. The installation of an Air Recirculation System in 1968 was designed to work in passive concert with Lascaux’s natural air flow and was only needed during the wettest seasons of the year. When operational, the system mimicked the cave’s natural currents pulling the air to a cold point causing condensation to form there rather than on the walls of the cave. After several early crises in the cave, the first scientific commission conducted careful, in-depth studies of the cave’s interior climate. The result was the design and installation of the passive convection system which served Lascaux very well from 1968 until 2000 when a new air recirculation systemcomplicated the situation and compromised the stability of the atmosphere inside Lascaux. One of the fungi found growing inside the cave was Fusarium Solani, a very common and virulent mold found in agricultural environments which infects both soil and crops. It is highly resistant to treatment and often entire crop fields must be turned under and burned to eradicate the disease. Fusarium solani is a common mold found in the agricultural areas around Lascaux. It has been charged that workers installing the new air-conditioning system did not take care to sterilize their shoes on entering the cave thus bringing the mold inside with them each day

By 2001, the molds colonized in the cave were forming a white mass over the floors and ledges of the painted chambers. Authorities beganspraying massive doses of antibiotics and fungicides in an effort to stop the rapidly spreading organisms. Within weeks the molds reappeared quickly developing a resistance to the antibiotic sprays. Realizing that the air-conditioning system was ill fitted for the cave and was indeed part of the problem, authorities shut down a major portion of the newly installed system.

In the fall of 2001, authorities began to pour in Quicklime (Calcium oxide [CaO]), commonly known as lime, quicklime or burnt lime, a widely used chemical compound. It is a white, caustic and alkaline crystalline solid, as well as a refractory and dehydrating agent. In 2001, in an attempt to kill the fungus Fusarium Solani inside Lascaux, authorities poured four tons of quicklime on the cave’s floor in a very aggressive and controversial move, hoping to stop the advance of the molds and fungi. This created a rise in the cave’s internal temperature and quickly destabilized the interior hydrometric balance of the cave. These higher temperatures dried up the air of the cave causing moisture to form on the cave’s walls; the moisture washed off some of the prehistoric pigments. While this measure is intended to stop the spreading of molds and fungi, it also raises the internal temperature of the cave as the quicklime virtually suffocates the cave floor.Compresses soaked in a mixture of fungicides and antibioticsare then applied like bandages to the walls and ledges of the cave in a further attempt to control the growing organisms.

The fungi and molds had retreated by the summer of 2002 but bacteria were still growing in large dark spots inside the cave. Authorities then resorted to a mechanical removal of the roots of the bacteria. This method is highly invasive and unending. The damage inflicted on the cave by having crews constantly inside physically removing the roots, coupled with the brown spots that remain and are highly visible, is not a viable long-term solution to save the cave.

Many faulty decisions have been made as to the treatment of the cave: 

— the massive spraying of the cave was not only ineffective but there are substantial consequences to saturating the cave and its paintings with high levels of moisture;

— the decision to change the type of air cooling system inside the cave from air-recirculation (which had been in effect and working well since 1963) to forced air destabilizes the cave and quickly promotes the spread of mold;

— the decision to pour Quicklime, a white, caustic and alkaline crystalline solid, as well as a refractory and dehydrating agent. (In 2001, in an attempt to kill the fungus Fusarium Solani inside Lascaux, authorities poured four tons of quicklime on the cave’s floor. This created a rise in the cave’s internal temperature and quickly destabilized the interior hydrometric balance of the cave. These higher temperatures dried up the air of the cave causing moisture to form on the cave’s walls; the moisture washed off some of the prehistoric pigments. Quicklimeover a living cave floor leads to further destabilization and deterioration of the cave’s sensitive interior);
— the invasive extraction of the roots of the Fungus: Any one of the members of the thallophyte division such as mushrooms, molds and mildews, which subsist on dead or living organic matter.

There are other problems; not only is Lascaux threatened from the interior, but also from the exterior. The placement of the car parking lot for Lascaux II [a recent simulacrum of part of the cave] appears to sit directly on top of Lascaux. There are important concerns about how the material of the car park, the weight of the cars, the emissions of the cars, etc., are impacting the cave beneath.

To date, the French government has been ineffective in its handling of the crisis inside Lascaux. Four different departments are charged with the care of the cave with no one authority held accountable. There is overlap and a real failure by the authorities charged with the cave’s well-being to judge the situation in its severity. There is no independent international oversight. Unless change is undertaken quickly, the world stands to lose Lascaux’s irreplaceable masterpiece and its rich story of mankind’s place in time.

[Further information and a petition to the French government can be found at http://www.savelascaux.org/ ]

Achei super curioso esse “símbolo de bombeiro civil” – nem sei qual é o símbolo de bombeiro civil!!!! Será o benedito que publiquei isso aqui, ou os sites de busca estão defeituosos??? Bom, se ainda não havia publicado, voilà!! (não quero desapontar quem vier procurar o dito-cujo e não encontrá-lo, pôxa, sacanagem….)

Já as tais “strenae coins”…nunca tinha ouvido falar. Na busca do Google deu que elas são “coins of good luck wishes for the calends of January” – moedas dadas de presente como sinal de auspícios de boa sorte no ano novo…por isso a busca deu no meu blog, porque Janus (do mês de janeiro ;)) era retratado nas moedas.

Quanto à trilha sonora do filme Prêt-a-Porter, lá vão os nomes das músicas e dos intérpretes de cada uma:

EDITADO: …e os resultados de hoje foram…(vou destacar os que achei especialmente engraçados, interessantes ou estranhos – fiquei curiosa para saber o que era “cappio cuore”…sei que cuore é coração, mas que raios era cappio?? E o resultado no Google deu isso aqui: https://janusaureus.wordpress.com/2012/02/09/ilustrando-um-email-recebido-esses-dias/):

witchblade 6
papel de paredes de mitologia grega 5
demotic writing 5
historia dos numeros 3
a onde tem uma embalagem que teja escrita em ingles 3
papel de parede retardado 3
paranatinga news homicídio 3
ampulheta 3
yelena isinbayeva nude 2
cappio cuore 2
london fashion week nude 2
converse japan anime 2
imagens da aurora 2
heroinas da liga da justiça, o filme 2
auroras boreales 2
violino 2
yancy butler 2
robyn coles nus 1
libra angel 1
pessoa abraçando a outra em estande 1
youtube aurora boreal vidio 1
teatro clássico grego 1
avioes leves hd high definition 1
Other search terms 15
Unknown search terms 2
Total search terms

3 pensamentos sobre “Curioso isso…

  1. Adonis disse:

    vc está boa para trabalhar em alguma rede nacional de tv que faz de tudo, até abordar assuntos eróticos, para captar mais público.

  2. Janus disse:

    …e, assim como na TV há concorrência e falta de criatividade, aposto que você vai copiar minha ideia😉

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