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I'm from Lower Saxony, but now living in Hesse.

But I don't believe all Germans are curious. Must be like in Orwell's "Animal Farm": All Germans are curious. But some Germans are more curious than others. ;-)
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For those of you waking ME up with your prayers this morning ಠ_ಠ
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It's amazing how smart ants are.
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Heavy flooding in the Georgian capital, Tbilisi, has killed at least 12 people, with officials warning people to stay indoors to avoid animals that have escaped from a zoo.

The missing animals include tigers, lions, bears and wolves. Three of the dead people were found within the zoo.

A hippopotamus was cornered in one of the city's main squares and subdued with a tranquilizer gun.
Rescue workers are searching submerged homes to check for trapped residents.
Dozens of people have been left homeless.
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Sir Nicholas Winton organised the rescue and passage to Britain of 669 mostly Jewish Czechoslovakian children destined for the Nazi death camps before World War II in an operation known as the Czech Kindertransport. His deeds will never be forgotten!
 
Our history is full of silent heroes: people who did something to change the world, without great fanfare. Nicholas Winton's story only came to light in 1988, when his wife found an old scrapbook of his in the attic and pressed him about it. (Not that he had been idle in the years before that; he had been knighted five years earlier for his work for refugees around the world)

The world lost one of its great men today. But thanks to him, it has nearly a thousand more.
A London stockbroker in 1938, he rescued 669 youngsters from Czechoslovakia but then said nothing about his deeds for 50 years.
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In Soviet Russia Russian learns you :)
You don't learn Russian, Russian learns you.
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I wish I could enroll in the Russian course and revise what I tried not to learn at school. You know, because it was the 1980s and it was our way to protest against the communism. At least I can read. Pity that without understanding a lot of the words :(
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Love him for that!
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Microsoft's Holographic Minecraft Demo Is Stunning

#microsoft   #hololens   #minecraft  
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Strange Never-Before-Seen Sea Creatures Discovered 20,000 Feet Under The Sea

These alien-looking creatures were discovered by America’s Ocean Exploration Team on the seafloor near Puerto Rico and the US Virgin Islands. The Puerto Rico Trench is deepest trench in the Atlantic Ocean, reaching depths of up to 8,800 m and extending for over 800 km.

“It’s pretty amazing that we haven’t been there yet, exploring really deep depths,” Andrea Quattrini, the science co-lead for the expedition, told Quartz. 95 percent of the ocean remains unexplored.

Many of the these deep-sea dwelling animals are rarely seen, and some creatures were so new that they don’t even have a name. 100 species of fish, 50 species of deep-water corals, and hundreds of other invertebrates were recorded over 12 dives.

Source: http://www.boredpanda.com/deep-sea-creatures-puerto-rico-trench/
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