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Christian Schmitz
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Dear Mr. #tsipras  please read this document of the ICJ dated 2012 where it was clearly ruled that reparations are not possible.

Do you want to leave UN on top of pulling a #grexit  ?

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This movie could very well take trash beyond #ironsky  levels #alientampon  

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#v8  vroom vroom
ownCloud Server 8 is here! http://hubs.ly/y0w4m10

Comes with significant feature improvements for users, administrators and developers - Federated Clouds, enhanced management, better performance & much more!
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I have a new (open box to test it) 40 Port 10GBe / 8 Port 40GBe Switch for sale, 1u/ Dual PSU, Gnodal 4008. Let me know if you are interested, MRSP $ 36.000, will sell for fixed price EUR 5k.
http://www.tecnologika.co.uk/wp-content/uploads/Gnodal-GS4008-datasheet.pdf

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This russian "stunt" Gif is a great visualization of russian foreign and economic policies.
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There's this popular meme going around for a while now, and it got me thinking about if this could work at all.

As a starting point I looked into the estimated # of cell towers In london, which is about 23k cell towers, for a population of 8m people. Say that for WiFi you'd need double the # (after all the signal range is shorter), London would need ~50k theoretical WiFi trees.

After a bit more research I found that on average, a single leafy tree creates enough oxygen per year for 2 human beings / year -- using the estimated 50k WiFi trees, that would create enough oxygen for 100k people, which unfortunately is a tiny, tiny # compared to size of London's population.

So I think forests is still where it's at as far as oxygen production goes .. (and I wish we'd stop cutting those rainforests down)
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