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Quick tips are really good
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How to Make Your Willpower Stronger – According to Science Willpower, or self-control, is defined as the exertion of control over the self by the self. It occurs when a person tries to change the way...
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An interesting 48 hours
 
Big ag companies have promised to stop cutting down rain forests. How’d that happen? Grist’s Nathanael Johnson tells the inside story of negotiations between activists and business.
Inside the high-stakes negotiations with the world's largest palm oil corporation.
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80% of the young are depressed

http://www.bbc.com/news/business-32013613
Japan's economic slowdown is making its latest generation of pessimistic jobseekers even more cautious about working abroad, reports Mariko Oi.
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vårens solpremiär på balkongen!! 14 gyllene minuter :)

First sun sighting of the Spring on the balcony. 14 golden minutes!
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ummm, .... sol ! och söta katter !
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watch til the end!
 
Gravity, Time, String Lengths... Physics!!! =)))
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Roy Andersson fick ta emot Guldlejonet under Venedigs filmfestival på lördagskvällen för sin film ”En duva satt på en gren och funderade på tillvaron”. Filmmakaren är den första svensken i historien att motta det prestigefyllda priset.
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It doesn't premiere until late November/December, so I am still waiting for it, but here is the trailer: Trailer de A Pigeon Sat on a Branch Reflecting on Existence subtitulado en inglés (HD)
Iconic Roy Anderson imagery, catches late 1960s aesthetics in Sweden to the point and the way he satirizes swedish attitude to life (in a loving way). He did a series of commercials that were more artistic and more funny than the standard commercial: Roy Andersson Commercials Part 1 and his international commercials: Roy Andersson Reklamfilmer Del 4
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nu kan även katterna bidra till hemmet :)
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A Swiss designer has built a convertor that harvests methane gas from dog poop. Yes... you read that right!

But, how does it work?

http://buff.ly/1cx7xjR
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How about simply not letting them display HTML content?
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Voltaire drank some 60 cups of coffee a day and got to be 80
 
Philosophers Drinking Coffee: The Excessive Habits of Kant, Voltaire & Kierkegaard | Open Culture
I think I speak for many of us when I say that coffee fuels our greatest intellectual efforts. And even as we get the jitters and leave brown rings on our desks, we can take comfort in the fact that so it also went with some of the most notable philosophers in the history of the discipline. As far back as the 18th century, no less a writer, thinker, and agitator than François-Marie Arouet, better known as Voltaire, “reportedly consumed somewhere between 40 and 50 cups of joe a day, apparently of a chocolate-coffee mixture. He lived into his eighties, though his doctor warned him that his beloved coffee would kill him.”

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I think I speak for many of us when I say that coffee fuels our greatest intellectual efforts. And even as we get the jitters and leave brown rings on our desks, we can take comfort in the fact that so it also went with some of the most notable philosophers in the history of the discipline.
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All king of positive developments can result from climate change
In memory of Ulrich Beck, world-renowned sociologist who passed away on January 1st.
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Climate change is one of the most salient issues facing governments across Europe, but does it have the potential to alter the political and social order of the world? In an interview with EUROPP’s...
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when power plants were revered
Power plants and glamour aren't two things you'd normally put together in a sentence, but hey, I guess that's what I'm here for. Just look at that thing– co
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Aristotle has such a nice quote about this, which is "the aim of art is to represent not the outward of appearance of things but their inward significance."

Although so, I don't think such a glamorous art can make coal power plants attractive at all:). 
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