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Code up an automatic Minesweeper solver!
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I just read how "How I Met Your Mother' ends. It's so happy-sad and nostalgic. HIMYM captured the ethos of our generation. The awesome,  the Bro-Code, the Barney, the bitter-sweet relationships, and finally, the End. In ways more than one, the 'F.R.I.E.N.D.S' of our times.

Sad to see to it go, but as they say, "All good things must end".
Warning: This article contains spoilers After nine seasons of slap-bets, high fives and countless legen-…wait for it…-dary moments, “How I Met Your Mother” fans finally got the answer to the…
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This is the best online game I've seen by far.
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Golfin' on the moon.
 
Fact: There are 3 golf balls sitting on the Moon.
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During the Apollo 14 mission in 1971, Alan shepherd hit three golf balls on the Moon leaving them there for all eternity.
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The only sport that has made its way to the Moon is golf.
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When Alan placed the first golf ball on the surface of the moon and hit it, the ball moved ahead by less than a meter. His second swing was even worse than before as he totally missed the ball. On the third attempt, he managed to send the ball forward by about 200 yards and finally, on the last attempt he smashed the ball 400 yards away.

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This is beautiful. Go see this.
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Going for Jack Andraka. Damn. Google this guy.
 
#eLifeHOA  

On February 13, 2014, at 2PM Eastern time/7PM GMT, join eLife for an online panel discussion on how scientists can change science publishing and research assessment.

In December, eLife Editor-in-chief +Randy Schekman called for an end to the scientific community’s dependence on high-profile journals and their impact factors as a measure of the quality of research. His comments were published in The Guardian on the day he accepted the 2013 Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine. Dr. Schekman’s challenge has inspired wide conversation and debate and was followed up by a second editorial, in The Conversation, where he offered specific actions that scientists could take to improve research assessment.

On February 13, eLife will host a panel discussion to explore in more depth the implications of Dr. Schekman’s proposals for today’s scientists and what the future of science publishing really could be, if freed from existing constraints. He will be joined by:

+Jack Andraka, 17 year-old inventor, scientist, and cancer researcher, whose research on the open Web inspired his design of a new cancer detection method.
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To participate, please join us +eLife on Google+. A Google+ account is not required; the broadcast will be free and open.

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Students Build the First Eukaryotic Chromosome from Scratch
The feat is a landmark achievement in synthetic biology

In March undergraduate students in Johns Hopkins University's Build a Genome course announced they had made a yeast chromosome from scratch—and history, too. It is the first time anyone has synthesized the chromosome of a complex organism, a landmark achievement in the field of synthetic biology. It is also a triumph for the movement known as DIY biology.

http://www.scientificamerican.com/article/students-build-the-first-eukaryotic-chromosome-from-scratch/

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Kinda like the graphics from Crash Course.
 
Chemical structures of neurotransmitters. Anyone else have scientific images they really love? Add them in the comments and we'll reshare the most popular ones.
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Golfin' on the moon.
 
Fact: There are 3 golf balls sitting on the Moon.
.
During the Apollo 14 mission in 1971, Alan shepherd hit three golf balls on the Moon leaving them there for all eternity.
.
The only sport that has made its way to the Moon is golf.
.
When Alan placed the first golf ball on the surface of the moon and hit it, the ball moved ahead by less than a meter. His second swing was even worse than before as he totally missed the ball. On the third attempt, he managed to send the ball forward by about 200 yards and finally, on the last attempt he smashed the ball 400 yards away.

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Education
  • Army Public School, Delhi Cantt
    2011 - present
  • Army Public School, Ambala Cantt
    2008 - 20011
  • City International School, Pune
    2006 - 2008
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Delhi
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Ambala - Pimpri, Pune
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You guys have an amazing auditorium.
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I can't imagine how Shankar Vihar would do without this place. The quintessential shopping complex. Has pretty much everything. Groceries, repairs, networkin', photocopyin', etc. Can have some more variety in the retail section, though. And the only web cafe that exists, has an EXTREMELY slow network. Just suggestions, y'know. Still, a good place to hang out with 'em SV guys.
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Better than the other paces around in terms of ambiance. The foodcourt's a stand-out. The whole structure air-conditioned. Prices o' course, are higher. Still prefer Priya to this, though. IDK why.
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I'll try not to be biased, as this is where I study my sciences. But in every aspect, this school is coming up in a big way. Be it academics or sports, this is the place where it's all happening. The crowd here at SV is multifarious. People from all ranks of the Army attend the school. Mostly kids from SV neighborhood. The infrastructure is most impressive. The colossal grounds provides ample room for Tennis, 4 Basketball Courts, a Football Field and Athletics Track. Hockey and Martial Arts are available as options too. Of the school band, I shall not speak, for I'll will appear TOO biased. xD
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I came herre with some friends. The prices were too damn high. I don't know what the food tastes like. Cause I and my friends didn't have that kinda money with us. hah! xD I suggest you guys should introduce some dishes fo' guys with a lower budget too.
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