Jun 16, 2015

Nepalese are Welcoming Hippies to their Heaven

Marijuana, the gift of god, is a recreational herb used for smoking and medical purpose nowadays. Nepal, where marijuana plants are as tall as a two storied building was among the best destination for hippies in 60s and 70s. Nepal is in the "Cannabis Alley" of Asia and there used to be marijuana and hashes shop where one could try samples of the best hash in the world. Marijuana is found almost everywhere in the Himalayan country Nepal and the best hash there can make you stoned for ages.The long banned plant has no side effects so, Nepalese are calling for its legalization and welcome hippies to their heaven.
Marijuana Plants From The Himalayan Country "Nepal" | Photo Credit: www.alamy.com
Marijuana Myths and Science

Many people believed smoking marijuana causes cancer but all research and study on marijuana shows, its enough use causes a positive affect on cancerous tumors due to its main ingredient THC. Researchers are trying to use marijuana for the creation of cancer cure medicine. Some even take Marijuana as a cause of human brain retarding but the alcohol is responsible for it. Brain cells don't die while using marijuana rather its use actually promotes Neurogenesis - the growth of brain cells and causes no negative cerebral structural changes. Alcohol and Nicotine have proven negative side effects where marijuana is much safer and its addiction is obviously insignificant. Science has proven, marijuana is far safer than smoking tobacco, drinking alcohol or any other so called legal drugs.Today Medical Science uses Marijuana as a cure to many health problems like depression, cancer, pain and so on.

Nepal Marijuana History and Future

Cannabis grow wild and tall in the mountains and hills specially on western parts of the country. Popular hippies like Bob Marley, Jimi Hendrix and so on visited Nepal at their time seeking a heavenly marijuana smoking and best quality hashes. The excessive use of marijuana by western hippies, resulted international pressure specially from United States on Nepal to ban the herb production and open sale. The huge quantity of Marijuana exported illegally even today to several countries is grown and developed in Nepal. What if Nepal legalizes marijuana for export to international market and legal use?

Why legalize Marijuana in Nepal? - For The Best Future

Till today no one has died because of marijuana overdose and it's the safe alternative for patients of various disease, it should be legalized in Nepal.Farmers from the hilly parts will have their cash crop to support in increasing the country's low economic index. If only Nepal legalizes marijuana, the country's economy will be high and Nepal would be a paradise, a zone of peace and heavenly pot environment for hippies. As a result, Tourism industry will grow and employment opportunities will be created, finally developing Nepal as "Hippies Heaven".

Voice For Nepal Marijuana Legalization

Presently the world has opened its eyes and marijuana is being legalized in most of the countries including most states of the United States."Will Nepal have the moral courage to take cue from Colorado to reverse its 42 year old decision of outlawing marijuana?", Nepali media Republica raises its voice against the herb ban. "Nepal could benefit greatly by legalizing marijuana. If Shiva and his sadhus can take ganja, why not tourists?", an international media, News Blaze asked the country. A group of Hindu scholars and priests openly smoked ganja to protest against its prohibition in the country on 2006. On june 26, 2009, the anti-prohibition rally was organised by a young man Sujan according to reports. After that various efforts have been made by the Nepalese for the legalization of Weed. Mercy centers in Nepal also raised its voice for the legalization of Pot. First National Medical Marijuana Convention organized by the representatives of HIV/AIDS and cancer on 1st March 2015 raised voice to decriminalize its  use. Marijuana legalization campaign has become popular in the world and Nepal is not lagging behind. Celebrities like Yama Buddha and more are supporting the Nepal Marijuana Legalization campaign. I personally think Weed must be legalized as soon as possible and take as much benefit as we can in a country like Nepal.

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Jun 10, 2015

Apple iCloud Can Be Hacked Easily

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A White Hat Security researcher claims to have build a tool that can penetrate through the iCloud of Apple and can hack millions of iOS 8.3 customers password. Now is the time to take precaution, so hurry up and change your iCloud password.

Jan Soucek created the iOS 8.3 Mail.app inject kit which exploits a bug in the operating system's of native email client to produce a realistic pop up which Apple users are familiar with. Soucek even reported Cupertino about the bug but there was no respond and it is not yet verified by Apple according to The Register.

Soucek further described, "This bug allows remote HTML content to be loaded by replacing the original email message.JavaScript is disabled in this UIWebView, but it is still possible to build a functional password 'collector' using simple HTML and CSS."
"Back in January 2015 I stumbled upon a bug in iOS's mail client, resulting in HTML tag in e-mail messages not being ignored," Soucek says.

Recently leaked nude photos of celebrities from the iCloud proves that anyone can easily go inside the trusted Apple's cloud storage and get the things you want. Apple which is known for the best security of their devices has a small loopholes like this I couldn't believe. Now is the time to get back what Apple has gained in order to secure and ensure its users privacy.

Jun 9, 2015

Global Drug Survey 2015: Increased Online Drug Buyers Than Ever

The Global Drug Survey 2015 shows more people buying online than before. The survey reveals a fact that one among the 10 respondents use Darknet and other conventional sites eventhough the most famous illegal drug marketplace Silk Road was banned in 2013.Silk Road, one of the first major online drug marketplace was closed down on October 2013 by FBI while Ross Ulbricht, Silk Road's developer was sentenced to life in prison last month.

According to the report of FBI, Silk Road had 100,000 users who describe it as "the most sophisticated and extensive criminal marketplace on the internet".Other online survey and research shows the Darknet drug economy is expanding more and more. The responses indicate users found the Darknet to be cheaper, more reliable and safer than other alternative sources shows the survey.In March, the administrations of  Evolution Marketplace disappeared with an equivalent amount of more than $12 million.

As per the BBC News, Darknet listings had doubled in 10 months following the Silk Road collapse. The UN World Drug Report 2014 observed that the variety of drugs available and purchased on the Darknet appears to be diverse and growing.