OK, There are some really important things are going on at Namejet right now. I think it deserves our full attention. I believe this will continue until their premium auction ends in early January 2013. Today if you already didn’t notice LIAO.com sold for $118,800. I can say this is not totally confirmed until the seller is paid but I think it should bring some extra special attention to what is going on.
The following domains are Namejet’s most active Backorders! All of these names will goto auction between 8:00 PM EST tonight and 8:00 PM EST tomorrow night. There are over 80 or so domains in the list. There are some great domains in the list. I love getting these domains out to you guys and would appreciate any feedback you may have.
Take a real hard look at what will go down later today. I am thinking YIN.com will go for more than $118,8000. I cannot remember when a LLL.com went for 6 figures for a long time. I really think since YIN has some significant importance in the Chinese culture. From what I referenced about LIAO it also had some huge Chinese significance. I think the Chinese investors are here and buying these up. That’s why I think Yin.com will go for at least $100k. I have added below the Chinese significance of YIN.com
As I am writting this post righ tnow YIN.com is officially at $64,100 and hasent hit the reserve. I know I said earlier that it would break $100k but after doing this research I belive it may it the $300k to $500k mark. What do you think?
In Chinese philosophy, the concept of Yin-Yang (simplified Chinese: 阴阳; traditional Chinese: 陰陽; pinyin: yīnyáng), which is often referred to in the West as “yin and yang,” literally meaning “shadow and light,” is used to describe how polar opposites or seemingly contrary forces are interconnected and interdependent in the natural world, and how they give rise to each other in turn in relation to each other. The concept lies at the origins of many branches of classical Chinese science and philosophy, as well as being a primary guideline of traditional Chinese medicine, and a central principle of different forms of Chinese martial arts and exercise, such as baguazhang, taijiquan (t’ai chi), and qigong (Chi Kung) and of I Ching. Many natural dualities—e.g., dark and light, female and male, low and high, cold and hot, water and fire, earth and air—are thought of as manifestations of yin and yang (respectively).
Yin and yang are not opposing forces (dualities), but complementary forces, unseen (hidden, feminine) and seen (manifest, masculine), that interact to form a greater whole, as part of a dynamic system. Everything has both yin and yang aspects as light could not be understood if darkness didn’t exist, and shadow cannot exist without light. Either of these aspects may manifest more strongly in a particular object depending on the criterion of the observation. The concept of yin and yang is often symbolized by various forms of the Taijitu symbol, for which it is probably best known in western cultures.
There is a perception (especially in the West) that yin and yang correspond to evil and good. However, in Daoist metaphysics, good/bad distinctions and other dichotomous moral judgments are perceptual and not real, and yin-yang is an indivisible whole. In the ethics of Confucianism on the other hand, most notably in the philosophy of Dong Zhongshu, (c. 2nd century BCE) a moral dimension is attached to the idea of yin and yang.
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