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  • Global Firepower Rank

    The finalized ranking relies on over 50 factors to determine a given nation's Power Index ("PwrIndx") score. This allows smaller, though more technologically-advanced, nations to compete with larger, lesser-developed ones. Modifiers in the form of bonuses and penalties are added to refine the list. Some things to observe in regards to the finalized ranking:

    • Ranking does not simply rely on the total number of weapons available to any one country but rather focuses onweapon diversity within the number totals to provide a better balance of firepower available (i.e. fielding 100 minesweepers does not equal the strategic and tactical value of fielding 10 aircraft carriers).
    • Nuclear stockpiles are NOT taken into account but recognized / suspected nuclear powers receive a bonus.
    • Geographical factors, logistical flexibility, natural resources and local industry influence the final ranking.
    • Available manpower is a key consideration; nations with large populations tend to rank higher.
    • Land-locked nations are NOT penalized for lack of a navy; naval powers ARE penalized for lack of diversity in available assets.
    • NATO allies receive a slight bonus due to the theoretical sharing of resources.
    • Current political / military leadership is NOT taken into account.

    As of 4/1/2016 there are a total of (126) countries included in the GFP database.

     

     
    0.0897 - United States of America (North America; NATO)
     
    0.0964 - Russia (Asia)
     
    0.0988 - China (Asia)
     
    0.1661 - India (Asia)
     
    0.1993 - France (Europe; NATO; Eunion)
     
    0.2164 - United Kingdom (Europe; NATO; Eunion)
     
    0.2466 - Japan (Asia)
     
    0.2623 - Turkey (Asia; Middle East; NATO)
     
    0.2646 - Germany (Europe; NATO; Eunion)
     
    0.2724 - Italy (Europe; NATO; Eunion)
     
    0.2824 - South Korea (Asia)
     
    0.3056 - Egypt (Africa; Middle East)
     
    0.3246 - Pakistan (Asia)
     
    0.3354 - Indonesia (Asia; Southeast)
     
    0.3359 - Brazil (South America; Latin)
     
    0.3591 - Israel (Middle East)
     
    0.3684 - Vietnam (Asia; Southeast)
     
    0.3909 - Poland (Europe; NATO; Eunion)
     
    0.3958 - Taiwan (Asia)
     
    0.4068 - Thailand (Asia; Southeast)
     
    0.4071 - Iran (Middle East)
     
    0.4192 - Canada (North America; NATO)
     
    0.4209 - Australia (Asia)
     
    0.4335 - Saudi Arabia (Middle East)
     
    0.4442 - North Korea (Asia)
     
    0.4514 - Algeria (Africa)
     
    0.4913 - Spain (Europe; NATO; Eunion)
     
    0.5147 - Greece (Europe; NATO; Eunion)
     
    0.5774 - Sweden (Scandanavia; Eunion)
     
    0.5867 - Ukraine (Europe)
     
    0.6286 - Mexico (North America; Latin)
     
    0.6378 - Czech Republic (Europe; NATO; Eunion)
     
    0.6584 - Myanmar (Asia; Southeast)
     
    0.6679 - Malaysia (Asia; Southeast)
     
    0.7073 - Argentina (South America; Latin)
     
    0.7078 - Syria (Middle East)
     
    0.7112 - Switzerland (Europe)
     
    0.7147 - Norway (Scandanavia; NATO)
     
    0.7182 - Netherlands (Europe; NATO; Eunion)
     
    0.7501 - Peru (South America)
     
    0.7502 - Colombia (South America; Latin)
     
    0.7619 - Ethiopia (Africa)(46th)
     
    0.7744 - Romania (Europe; NATO; Eunion)
     
    0.7856 - Nigeria (Africa)
     
    0.7882 - Venezuela (South America; Latin)
     
    0.8252 - South Africa (Africa)
     
    0.8283 - Chile (South America; Latin)
     
    0.8384 - Uzbekistan (Asia)
     
    0.8449 - Belarus (Europe)
     
    0.8453 - Denmark (Scandanavia; Europe; NATO; Eunion)
     
    0.8661 - Philippines (Asia; Southeast)
     
    0.8683 - Bangladesh (Asia)
     
    0.8722 - Kazakhstan (Asia)
     
    0.8878 - Angola (Africa)
     
    0.8952 - Finland (Scandanavia; Eunion)
     
    0.9011 - Morocco (Africa)
     
    0.9135 - Austria (Europe; Eunion)
     
    0.9301 - United Arab Emirates (Middle East)
     
    0.9342 - Iraq (Middle East)
     
    0.9349 - Azerbaijan (Asia)
     
    0.9678 - Yemen (Middle East)
     
    1.0007 - Hungary (Europe; NATO; Eunion)
     
    1.0199 - Portugal (Europe; NATO; Eunion)
     
    1.0241 - Singapore (Asia; Southeast)
     
    1.0391 - Belgium (Europe; NATO; Eunion)
     
    1.0611 - Afghanistan (Asia)
     
    1.0657 - Bulgaria (Europe; NATO; Eunion)
     
    1.0733 - Croatia (Europe; NATO; Eunion)
     
    1.1582 - Ecuador (South America)
     
    1.2354 - Jordan (Middle East)
     
    1.2356 - Sudan (Africa)
     
    1.3169 - Libya (Africa)
     
    1.3384 - Democratic Republic of the Congo (Africa)
     
    1.3687 - Slovakia (Europe; NATO; Eunion)
     
    1.3731 - Kenya (Africa)
     
    1.4089 - Tunisia (Africa)
     
    1.4219 - Oman (Middle East)
     
    1.4601 - Kuwait (Middle East)
     
    1.4637 - Cuba (Central America)
     
    1.5148 - Georgia (Asia)
     
    1.5483 - Bolivia (South America)
     
    1.5508 - Zimbabwe (Africa)
     
    1.5868 - Serbia (Europe)
     
    1.6268 - Sri Lanka (Asia)
     
    1.6539 - Zambia (Africa)
     
    1.6722 - Turkmenistan (Asia)
     
    1.7981 - Mongolia (Asia)
     
    1.8224 - Cambodia (Asia; Southeast)
     
    1.8307 - Chad (Africa)
     
    1.8564 - Albania (Europe; NATO)
     
    1.8778 - Bahrain (Middle East)
     
    1.8793 - Uganda (Africa)
     
    1.8956 - Qatar (Middle East)
     
    1.9113 - Armenia (Asia)
     
    1.9243 - Lebanon (Middle East)
     
    1.9561 - Tanzania (Africa)
     
    1.9598 - Lithuania (Europe; NATO; Eunion)
     
    1.9741 - Nepal (Asia)
     
    1.9801 - South Sudan (Africa)
     
    2.0476 - Ghana (Africa)
     
    2.0791 - New Zealand (Asia)
     
    2.1576 - Guatemala (South America)
     
    2.1777 - Latvia (Europe; NATO; Eunion)
     
    2.2177 - Paraguay (South America; Latin)
     
    2.2291 - Uruguay (South America; Latin)
     
    2.2407 - Cameroon (Africa)
     
    2.2971 - Honduras (Central America)
     
    2.3061 - Mozambique (Africa)
     
    2.3138 - Estonia (Europe; NATO; Eunion)
     
    2.3158 - Kyrgyzstan (Asia)
     
    2.3958 - Slovenia (Europe; NATO; Eunion)
     
    2.4322 - Tajikistan (Asia)
     
    2.4372 - Nicaragua (Central America)
     
    2.4719 - Niger (Africa)
     
    2.4901 - Ivory Coast (Africa)
     
    2.6638 - Mali (Africa)
     
    2.7535 - Madagascar (Africa)
     
    2.8204 - Gabon (Africa)
     
    2.8447 - Republic of the Congo (Africa)
     
    2.8574 - Bosnia and Herzegovina (Europe)
     
    2.8947 - Laos (Asia; Southeast)
     
    3.0997 - El Salvador (Central America)
     
    3.2877 - Panama (Central America)
     
    3.3534 - Namibia (Africa)
     
    3.4241 - Somalia (Africa)

     

    3.7343 - Central African Republic (Africa)
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  • Here’s How To Use WhatsApp Without Internet Connection – No Hack!

    Whatsapp is the most popular Messaging platform that is used by billions of people across the world. Whatsapp has become very popular because of its attractive and striking features like cross-platform messaging service, Online media sharing, Free Messaging service, voice calling etc. Most of the smart phone users like for iPhone, BlackBerry, Android, Windows Phone and Nokia are fascinated towards whatsapp messenger as it provide innovative and amazing features. We spend a lot of time daily on whats app. We may be using mobile data or WiFi for accessing whats app in the smart phone. But all we need is the minimization of data consumption.

    Have You Wondered About The Usage Of Whats App Without Internet?

     

     

    You May Come Across Various Tricks And Hacks On Usage Of WhatsApp Without Internet. But Finally They Lead To Malware And Affects The Smartphone.

     

     

    Here Is The Solution – “WhatSim”

    Recently a new sim card was launched only to use WhatsApp without having Intenet connection. This sim card was called as “WhatSim“. It was the idea of Manuel Zanella (38years old), Founder and CEO of “Zeromobile”,an Italian based company.

     

     

    Manuel Zanella Rngineer in an interview said,

     
    “WhatsApp is the future of mobile communications. Its only “limit” is the data connection especially when you are traveling because the roaming charges are expensive and you can’t always find Wi-Fi everywhere and it is not always free. As someone who appreciates and uses WhatsApp, I tried to figure out how to get around this problem. That’s why WhatSim is an extraordinary opportunity for WhatsApp.”

     

     

    Here’s How To Get The Sim:

    WhatSim costs around 10 EUROS (Rs 714/- apx.). It provides you unlimited text messaging for a year. Sharing of contacts, documents, location updates is free while you will have to buy credits for sharing multimedia messages such as videos, photos and voice messages. And this credit required depends on your location.

    Zanella further explains about this,

    “The solution we have developed is simple and intuitive. With €5 you get 1000 credits that you can use, for instance, to exchange 50 photos or 10 videos in many countries around the world. There are no limits to sharing your position and contacts. This way we guarantee the utmost transparency. Buying a recharge is quick and easy: just go to our website even from your smartphone and soon even from a dedicated app.”


    The company is planning to launch this sim across the different parts of the world which includes almost 150 countries. It is also planning to make WhatSim available via “network of local distributors in over 100 countries.”

     

     

     

    This is not the first time for us to hear about collaboration of social media company with a Telecom company.  One year ago, Facebook did the same by collaborating with Reliance to provide the users unlimited data usage. But it doesn’t became a huge hit.

     

     

    Thus you can use the whatsApp without internet and without the involvement of any trick or hack. But this may not be a successful as mobile data packages of various networks are available at lesser cost than this. It would be useful if this sim is available for users at a low cost.

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  • Shock In Taraba As Goat Gives Birth To Baby In Human Form

     

    What is this. There was confusion and shock among Taraba residents after a goat gave birth to this kid in ‘human form’ earlier today. Some people might have had s*x with the goat leading to this awkward “baby”….These photos were shared by Rariya News platform.

     

    Source: http://nigeriana.org/news/metro-news/shock-taraba-goat-gives-birth-baby-human-form-photos/

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  • Indian woman hangs sons and then herself after problems in marriage became overwhelming.

    Indian woman hangs sons and then herself after problems in marriage became overwhelming. In a chilling episode, a young woman was found hanging to death along with her two minor sons through the pillar of a well in Walpur village of Alirajpur district.

    The matter came to light when the woman’s husband reported to Sondhwa police station at around 11 pm on Friday, about his wife Nirmala, 24, having committed suicide along with minor sons Lokesh, 5 and Mukesh, 3. The Sondhwa police rushed to the spot and seized the bodies of the young mother and her two sons from the well’s pillar. Alirajpur sub divisional officer police Stelia Sulia too rushed to the spot and began investigations into the chilling incident.

    Primary investigations have revealed that Nirmala’s husband was a habitual drinker and often tortured her. While prima facie the case seems to be a suicide by mother after hanging to death her two sons over family problems, the Sondhwa police are also probing the possible role of Nirmala’s husband in the entire episode.

    Source: http://jamaicaxnews.com/woman-hangs-2-sons-problem-marriage-overwhelming/

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