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    Beacon House

    Beacon House http://www3.pak.org/gupshup/smilies/smile.gif brings back some sweet memories of good old school days in PAK.

    I was reading this old thread in this section regarding "positions at beacon house informatics" and wondering if anyone here has attented BH in Islamabad during 1988 - 1990, if yes do post here, it would be nice to hear from lost school friends.



    [This message has been edited by SADI (edited January 07, 2002).]

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    Though not a Beaconite myself, I know many fellas from there, but all of them from Lahore. 1988-90, what were you doing there, O-Levels or A-Levels?

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      I was doing my O-Levels. Beaconite that's what they call their students? I never heard of that before. I dont know anyone from Lahore just Islamabad. I have heard there has been many changes but I don't know what. At my time it was a small place, somewhere in the F Sector.

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        Beaconite
        - the new element discovered by Pakistani Scientist http://www3.pak.org/gupshup/smilies/biggrin.gif. I was told it is slow moving soft spoken highly time independent. It also shares properties of LUMS, FAST and IB elements. The discoverers believe it should be classified in the periodic table under the "ES - exceptional school" group like the other three elements but current scientific thought is divided on this matter. The element at present is quite rare and is found in very few places in the world, with higher concentrations in Lahore -where we have the Lahore Isotope version and Islamabad - where we find the Islamabad version - the richer and more PC version http://www3.pak.org/gupshup/smilies/biggrin.gif. In general the elements is sold as either M - male or the F- female versions. Current research indicates that the Beaconite-F is highly reactive with the more commonly found "Desi-M" element. However this reseacher feels there is insufficiant data to prove this claim. Further research and work should impove our understanding of this rare element. The author would request all other researchers in this field to contribute to the knowledge base for this element.

        Dislaimer: Any conection between this element and any other element found in nature is purely conincidental/fictional http://www3.pak.org/gupshup/smilies/biggrin.gif.

        [This message has been edited by hmcq (edited January 09, 2002).]

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