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Seriously, new sites have taken up this Captain America duplicity thing? There's no real news for them to cover? I'm not a comic book fan, but I'd guess that this absurd plot will resolve itself by showing the captain to be not a double agent but a triple one (not that he seems smart enough to pull that off, but, hey, the Marvel universe is all about suspension of disbelief)>
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Works with plumbers as well. 
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Very picturesque, though I'm not sure I'd find it convenient. http://www.mymodernmet.com/profiles/blogs/giethoorn-canal-village
Tucked away in the rural Netherlands is Giethoorn, a picturesque village that’s earned the nickname “Dutch Venice” because it lacks roads or any form of modern transportation. To get around, you travel the old-fashioned way—via canals or on foot across one of its 176 bridges. The peaceful setting, founded around 1230, features a series of small waterways that guide boats past its historic architecture and luscious vegetation. Similar to vehicle-o...
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+Eliezer Eisenberg It was a chasid who told me about the Litvak response.
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""One of the overarching goals of our research is to build a wearable tricorder-like device that can measure simultaneously a whole suite of chemical, physical and electrophysiological signals continuously throughout the day," Mercier said. "This research represents an important first step to show this may be possible."
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Original HT to +George Station  Also see +Adam Liss's explanation of what is going on.
 
This graphic shows how fast a rocket must go to leave every planet
Gravity makes it possible for us to live on Earth, but it also makes it pretty hard to leave. Satellites fight gravity by going just fast enough to free-fall around the planet indefinitely, like the International Space Station, with many traveling at speeds of more than 17,500 mph.
But if you want to leave this planet, you have to go faster. This speed is called the escape velocity.

And because other planets in our solar system have different gravitational strength, they each have different escape velocities.

Read the article:
http://www.techinsider.io/rocket-escape-velocity-earth-planets-2016-05

#space   #escapevelocity   #nasa   #gravity  
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Escape velocity assumes no further thrust is applied. You can leave the planet at 10 miles per hour if you keep applying thrust. 
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I wrote about Pepper and the reprogramming involved as the robot gets exported outside Japan here. http://www.allanalytics.com/author.asp?section_id=1641&doc_id=279101
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“Pepper has the ability to do emotional sensing. It gets a sense of whether the consumer is happy or sad. That can help to make it engaging. Pepper would potentially adjust the ordering process for a customer who is happy or existed. Pepper could potentially make some jokes, etc. It actually responds to how the consumer is feeling. It’s almost like digital empathy."

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Still do, actually. My phone can take pictures, but they're not all that good.
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Yes, I've seen those +Adam Liss They're not even all that expensive.
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"After the United States entered World War I in 1917, the American Library Association raised $5 million to establish the Library War Service, buying and sending thousands of books (including Shakespeare) to American soldiers and sailors;"
From the Revolutionary War to the Iraq War, Americans have engaged with Shakespeare to comment on conflicts, keep up morale, and grieve fallen leaders.
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Though we count up to Shavuouth, along the way, we mark one particular day identified by its number of the Omer, the 33rd. That's the day on which we commemorate the yartzeit of R' Shimon Bar Yochai. He was among the most bri...
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2D to 3D Furniture
http://jonghachoi.com/

Just how I like it :)
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And it's my initial!
 
- " A " .........
- Reading Places - letter bookshelf .......
http://bit.ly/1Ym1vVK
#bookshelf   #letter   #reading   #books  
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I thought of of you as soon as I spotted the picture then I read the copy :) 
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    custom content writer / blogger / editor /social media manager, 2005 - present
    As a blogger for UBM since 2010, I write about developments in the internet, big data, analytics, cloud computing, 3D printing, marketing, and social media
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Write Way Productions serves all your business  writing and editing needs. I  write editorials, advertorials, and press releases.  Areas of specialty include higher education, marketing, social media, and technology.  My writing range extends from beauty products to surveying equipment, with just about everything in between.  Need social media development? I can help you with that, too. 
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