"All about My moving BRAIN"^ ^;..."Our brain is constructed by our own nature it is deep in the water to the middle of the sun &moon, it is in my own views of think about where my brain came from? share this to all mypatronage."^ ^;...websites at: http://www.ma.clariza.com/True sun and moonThough the fact of the irregularity of the lunar orbit was known in the 1st century BCE, the startsof the months were calculated using the mean motions of both the sun and moon until 619, thesecond year of the Tang dynasty, when chronologists began to use true motions modeled usingtwo offset opposing parabolas (with small linear and cubic components). Unfortunately, theparabolas did not meet smoothly at the mean motion, but met with a discontinuity or jump.With the introduction of European astronomy into China via the Jesuits, the motions of both thesun and moon began to be calculated withsinusoids in the 1645 Shíxiàn calendar (時憲書, Bookof the Conformity of Time) of the Qing dynasty, made by the Jesuit Adam Schall. The true motionof the sun was now used to calculate the jiéqì, which caused the intercalary month to often occurafter the second through the ninth months, but rarely after the tenth through first months. A fewautumn-winter periods have two or three calendar months where the sun stays within one sign,interspersed with one or two calendar months where the sun enters two signs of the zodiac.The Chinese Lunar New Year is the longest chronological record in history, dating from 2600BC,when the Emperor Huang Ti introduced the first cycle of the zodiac. Like the Western calendar,The Chinese Lunar Calendar is a yearly one, with the start of the lunar year being based on thecycles of the moon. Therefore, because of this cyclical dating, the beginning of the year can fallanywhere between late January and the middle of February. This year it falls on February 12th. Acomplete cycle takes 60 years and is made up of five cycles of 12 years each.The Chinese Lunar Calendar names each of the twelve years after an animal. Legend has it thatthe Lord Buddha summoned all the animals to come to him before he departed from earth. Onlytwelve came to bid him farewell and as a reward he named a year after each one in the orderthey arrived. The Chinese believe the animal ruling the year in which a person is born has aprofound influence on personality, saying: "This is the animal that hides in your heart."Rat 1924 1936 1948 1960 1972 1984 1996Ox 1925 1937 1949 1961 1973 1985 1997Tiger 1926 1938 1950 1962 1974 1986 1998Rabbit 1927 1939 1951 1963 1975 1987 1999Dragon 1928 1940 1952 1964 1976 1988 2000Snake 1929 1941 1953 1965 1977 1989 2001
Horse 1930 1942 1954 1966 1978 1990 2002Sheep 1931 1943 1955 1967 1979 1991 2003Monkey 1932 1944 1956 1968 1980 1992 2004Rooster 1933 1945 1957 1969 1981 1993 2005Dog 1934 1946 1958 1970 1982 1994 2006Boar 1935 1947 1959 1971 1983 1995 2007Chinese New YearThe Chinese New Year has a great history. In other traditions, by this time in the year, mostresolutions - made on December 31 - have been subtly forgotten and placed in a cupboardmarked "maybe next year." However, all hope is not lost, as theres a second chance to startafresh with the celebration of Chinese New Year on February 12th.The Chinese New Year is verysimilar to the Western one, swathed in traditions and rituals.The origin of the Chinese New Year is itself centuries old - in fact, too old to actually be traced. Itis popularly recognised as the Spring Festival and celebrations last 15 days.Preparations tend to begin a month from the date of the Chinese New Year (similar to a WesternChristmas), when people start buying presents, decoration materials, food and clothing. A hugeclean-up gets underway days before the New Year, when Chinese houses are cleaned from topto bottom, to sweep away any traces of bad luck, and doors and windowpanes are given a newcoat of paint, usually red. The doors and windows are then decorated with paper cuts andcouplets with themes such as happiness, wealth and longevity printed on them.The eve of the New Year is perhaps the most exciting part of the event, as anticipation creeps in.Here, traditions and rituals are very carefully observed in everything from food to clothing. Dinneris usually a feast of seafood and dumplings, signifying different good wishes. Delicacies includeprawns, for liveliness and happiness, dried oysters (or ho xi), for all things good, raw fish salad oryu sheng to bring good luck and prosperity, Fai-hai (Angel Hair), an edible hair-like seaweed tobring prosperity, and dumplings boiled in water (Jiaozi) signifying a long-lost good wish for afamily. Its usual to wear something red as this colour is meant to ward off evil spirits - but blackand white are out, as these are associated with mourning. After dinner, the family sit up for thenight playing cards, board games or watching TV programmes dedicated to the occasion. Atmidnight, the sky is lit up by fireworks.On the day itself, an ancient custom called Hong Bao,meaning Red Packet, takes place. This involves married couples giving children and unmarriedadults money in red envelopes. Then the family begins to say greetings from door to door, first totheir relatives and then their neighbours. Like the Western saying "let bygones be bygones," atChinese New Year, grudges are very easily cast aside.The end of the New Year is marked by the Festival of Lanterns, which is a celebration with
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