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an Electronics Engineer, Just another Embedded Developer, Huge admirer of Linux and ARM, and so other thousand things..

Apart from this, an avid Hiker, Mountaineer, Mountain-Cyclist, an Amateur Rock-Climber and Guitarist and a Harmonica player, love playing casio.

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Sep
28
comment Can heartwood be used for fire?
@gerrit: Yes. Now I retract my close vote.
Sep
28
reviewed Approve suggested edit on How to realize/judge/assume if one has now fully acclimatized?
Sep
28
asked How to realize/judge/assume if one has now fully acclimatized?
Sep
27
accepted Venomous/Semi-Venoumous Snakes at Higher Altitudes
Sep
27
reviewed Approve suggested edit on Venomous/Semi-Venoumous Snakes at Higher Altitudes
Sep
27
awarded  Custodian
Sep
27
reviewed Approve suggested edit on Venomous/Semi-Venoumous Snakes at Higher Altitudes
Sep
27
comment Venomous/Semi-Venoumous Snakes at Higher Altitudes
@Unsung: I agree, but there are reports of finding Himalayan Pit Viper even beyond Namache Bazar, Nepal. There is vegetation, no doubt. But the region really isn't at foothills of Himalaya either.
Sep
27
comment Venomous/Semi-Venoumous Snakes at Higher Altitudes
@DonBranson: Will This be an exception to what you are claiming?
Sep
27
comment Venomous/Semi-Venoumous Snakes at Higher Altitudes
@DonBranson: In India, the Himalayan Pit Viper is found throughout the western Himalayas, in the states of Kashmir, Himachal Pradesh, northern Punjab, Uttar Pradesh and Uttarakhand. Records from Sikkim need confirmation. Outside India, it is found in Pakistan and central Nepal. Records from eastern Afghanistan and Bangladesh need confirmation. Though the species are usually restricted to an elevation of 1500 m, reports exist from Dharmsala Glacier at 4877 m elevation.
Sep
27
asked Venomous/Semi-Venoumous Snakes at Higher Altitudes
Sep
27
accepted Knot for Joining the ropes of different thicknesses
Sep
27
accepted How can I practice Climbing without the actual wall and/or equipment?
Sep
27
accepted How can a walking style be changed?
Sep
26
comment How dangerous is a band of coyotes to a lone, unarmed human?
@OlinLanthrop: Sir, What I have seen and learnt is: most of the animals when having its pups around gets a little aggressive, including Dogs, Cats and so other and even birds. I wonder why not Coyotes?
Sep
26
comment Please Explain Rock Climbing Grades
That is very good point relating that SE is more about a standalone source of knowledge and information. I shall then delete my answer! Shall I? Or you want to put those links as a reference in your answer?
Sep
24
comment Knot for Joining the ropes of different thicknesses
Thanks for the link
Sep
24
revised Knot for Joining the ropes of different thicknesses
Added the situation where I am thinking of using the above
Sep
23
reviewed Leave Open Please Explain Rock Climbing Grades
Sep
23
comment Knot for Joining the ropes of different thicknesses
@DavidR: Yes Sir, I am Not going to use this for rappelling at all. I intend to use that as a holding line when me and friends a re swimming in a lake nearby. Having said this, We are not entirely relying on this as well.