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Luis Rosales
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Many Nuclear Power Plants Built On Global Fault Lines
It seems very odd that many of the world's nuclear power plants are actually built on or near active fault lines, which have been known to cause massive earthquakes, tsunamis, and other natural disasters. I would have liked to think that many of these scientists, activists, and pro-nuclear energy advocates would have suggested to at least construct a nuclear power plant in more secure areas, especially due to many of the protests these nuclear power plants have already faced. I predict that as the earth's climate continues changing, that the fault lines will continue to move and adjust and have terrible ramifications for the future of these nuclear plants and nuclear reactors.

The recent major meltdown in Japan has already caused a panic about radiation being dumped into the Pacific Ocean, which now seems to be hushed down. The radiation from Fukushima, Japan has already reached the West Coast of the United States due to terrible planning by Nuclear Plant developers.

These are the real problems we need to face, this is no longer a hypothetical situation to ponder on with the cons of nuclear energy. We need to solve this problem and get the radiation in the Pacific Ocean under control.
#Japan #Fukushima #Nuclear #NuclearEnergy #NuclearPollution #Radiation #NuclearWar

What do you guys think about these nuclear power plants being built on or near fault lines?
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Astronomers Find Largest, Most Distant Reservoir of Water
Two teams of astronomers have discovered the largest and farthest reservoir of water ever detected in the #universe. The water, equivalent to 140 trillion times all the water in the world's ocean, surrounds a huge, feeding black hole, called a quasar, more than 12 billion light-years away.

"The environment around this quasar is very unique in that it's producing this huge mass of water," said Matt Bradford, a scientist at NASA's #Jet Propulsion Laboratory in Pasadena, Calif. "It's another demonstration that water is pervasive throughout the universe, even at the very earliest times." Bradford leads one of the teams that made the discovery. His team's research is partially funded by #NASA and appears in the Astrophysical Journal Letters.
#Space #Water #interesting 
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o.o This is so cool.
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#CoinDesk #Bitcoin #Blockchain
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Soon to be Losers...
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Donald Trump News Conference By SNL
If Donald J. Trump’s first news conference as president-elect was a raucous, chaotic affair on Wednesday – and it was – the parody of it on “Saturday Night Live” was somehow calmer and more organized than the actual event.
#Trump #SNL #Comedy
The actor Alec Baldwin, in a parody of Mr. Trump’s first news conference as president-elect, began by vowing to answer what he said was “the question that’s on everyone’s mind.”
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Me and the sis at the Geekeasy in Orlando
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My Alienware is having some technical issues that will have to be buffed out today... #alienware #gaming

Anyone willing to help?
After 'breaking-in' the computer it seems though that there may be a problem with the graphics card on the system and the Alienware Aurora is behaving weirdly (mostly on the graphical end). I've been connecting my monitor to ...
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Feeling so positive ^.^
#selfie #gpoy
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So we got the first recording session done, and I'm still working out the kinks for the computer.... Le sigh
Busy... So busy.. geeze... oh... computer There are still some kinks with the computer, my sister and I are still working on some issues but she is coming back alive though. Time till tell whether or not she can be saved (...
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Private Company Wants To Mine The Moon
Moon Express — the California-based company with hopes of mining the Moon someday — has received full funding for its first trip to the lunar surface, slated for later this year. The company just raised $20 million in its most recent round of financing, and has raised over $45 million in total so far. That money will go toward launching Moon Express’s MX-1E lander, which will explore and take pictures of the Moon’s surface after launching on an experimental Electron rocket.

The company’s funding sources come from venture capital firms Founders Fund and Collaborative Fund, the software company Autodesk, and other private investors, according to Moon Express. “We now have all the resources in place to shoot for the Moon,” Moon Express CEO Bob Richards said in a statement. “Our goal is to expand Earth’s social and economic sphere to the Moon, our largely unexplored eighth continent, and enable a new era of low cost lunar exploration and development for students, scientists, space agencies and commercial interests."

#Mining #Moon #Space #Economics #Business
Moon Express — the California-based company with hopes of mining the Moon someday — has received full funding for its first trip to the lunar surface, slated for later this year. The company just...
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😉😉 well hello...
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YouTube, Controversial Commentator, Bitcoin & Cryptocurrency Investor, Musician and Writer
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Piano; Soccer; Drawing; Debating; Computer Repair; Auto Repair; Flooring;
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Orlando, FL
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Hartford, CT - Chuluota, FL - Rio Piedras, Puerto Rico
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Slowly drifting into upper consciousness...
Introduction
I'm Luis Rosales and one word to describe me is very open. I find myself to be quite creative. From Piano, a bit of digital production, drawing and dancing, I love to express myself.

Expressing myself also includes my opinions, which I am very political and controversial. I am a anarcho-capitalist (Free market Libertarian, Anarcho Capitalist, Anarchist).

My goal is to become a known controversial commentator for Libertarian Values, and of course spreading my own creative works with Piano and digital production.

Twitter @eseoficial
Bragging rights
Have triplets as baby brothers
Education
  • Seminole State College
    G.E.D., 2012 - 2013
  • Manchester Community College
    Computer Network Technology, 2015 - 2015
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Male
Looking for
Friends, Networking
Birthday
September 6, 1994
Relationship
Single
Other names
Ese, Luisito, Luchito
This is a wonderful little "mom & pop" Peruvian restaurant that you'll likely miss just by driving down 436. I know I did when it first opened up, and I would always be in that plaza, made me feel foolish that I had no idea at first. The food here is great, but the portions are sometimes small depending on the cuisine. Some prices are just a bit too high for the size of some dishes, yet on most dishes the prices definitely match the taste. I recommend the "Ceviche 'El Buzo'", it's an expensive dish (over 20$) but it is meant for two, or if you're like me, it's meant for your own belly. The Ceviche here is made slightly differently (texture wise) mainly because they use a different kind of fish. If you want the Ceviche really spicy you need to make sure they're aware, just asking for it spicy is nothing compared to other burning hot Ceviche dishes in other restaurants, of course, the taste itself is quite amazing. As an appetizer, the "Papa A La Huancaina Bi-color", is a beautiful twist on the traditional plate; Both sauces are simply creamy and amazing. You should try their Causa while you're at it. You won't be displeased. The server, generally is the wife of the owner, a smiling woman who enjoys small chat if the time comes for it. Bruno, the owner of the establishment, is an uppity man, strong and filled with a special aura that you can't help but seem to notice, then again you'll notice him anyways, It's a rather small location. You'll see him pop out from the kitchen and prep-area every now and again. I haven't personally met the other waiters and cooks, but they're very kind whenever they serve or see me and the family. This place is really amazing, even for its basic casual decor. The inside of the restaurant will have you look at the menu and wonder why the prices are expensive, but that's just a surprise that will likely blow you away once you take a bite. Meet the owners, they're always excited to meet new people, very social.
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Public - 5 months ago
reviewed 5 months ago
After a change of management (if I recall correctly), this restaurant/bar has gone a bit south. My family used to always go to this restaurant a lot, but things sure have changed here. This restaurant is no longer 'Colombian' or 'Peruvian', there have been some further additions (which I think are great) including Puerto Rican dishes (like Mofongo), and they've expanded into Dominican food as well. A welcoming change, but they're lacking in the traditional style of the restaurant. The last few times I went, they serve you a hot sauce on the side when you order a ceviche, it's not a sauce that normally goes with a ceviche, and although it isnt bad, it's just not as good as the traditional cuisine, seems like a change in ingredients; it tastes different and I'm not too sure about it. What really bothers me, personally, is the choice of taking out certain traditional dishes from the menu. For instance, I personally love Papa a la Huancaina (Peruvian dish), but they removed it from the menu. I asked one of the servers if they still served it, she told me "no" to my dismay :'(. The server who attended me did offer to make me it off the menu, and I was definitely pleased. The servers are very kind ladies, and they say hello and enjoy themselves while working, which is always good. The decor is basically the same as it was, even after a change of hands in management; I actually hadn't known that the restaurant was no longer owned by the previous owner, until my father told me. After a lot of personal accounts between family and a handful of friends, the restaurant's food is no longer as good as it once was in it's prime. The servers or waiters (however you'd like to address them as) are respectful and bright which takes away from the changes. The decor is similar, so not much of a change there. After going to the restaurant a few times a month with the family years ago, and going alone, that has changed to my family rarely going, and I've only gone about twice this entire year. Things need to improve, and I sure hope they do.
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Food: Very GoodDecor: ExcellentService: Excellent
Public - 5 months ago
reviewed 5 months ago
So took a step into the door with my sister and my aunt to celebrate a belated birthday; Made a reservation and everything. We came a little early but we were seated immediately. Our server, though I did not catch his name, was quite brilliant; He had this great calming energy and welcomed us to the table and even made recommendations on what he thought was quite delicious (including wine recommendations, i'm too young to drink but... Moselland Piesporter '07, anyone?) The server brought our drinks, water and wine for the ladies, and I had some tea with a lemon (so casual, right?). From the looks of my family the wine tasted amazing (so amazing that they bought the bottle for about $38) but sadly there must have been a mistake with my drink. My drink tasted like really watered down tea, and so I threw my lemon in there to help give it taste and ended up not drinking it (truthfully the only disappointing part of my night was the tea, lol). Then came the appetizers, not much to say, I just had a Caesar Salad, just as good as any other one, nothing too special about this. Now the entree was the real turn around on this one. I had my self a whole 1 1/2lb steamed lobster, with mash potatoes, and sticky rice, my auntie had the same, while my sis had Shrimp with peas. Let me just say real quick, WOW. The lobster was absolutely incredible; though I don't eat lobsters much, and I had trouble while eating it. The server actually assisted me and gave me advice on how to get the goods out of it. I'm sure he felt my pain, and my embarrassment :3. Now that, in my eyes, is pretty good service that the server would actually take the time to teach a noobie. Just entirely the meal was great, and the server was amazing. He also gave his recommendation on desert too, it was all just so appetizing, but in the end we went for an Ooey Gooie (hopefully i spelled it correctly). In the description on the menu, it says its a cake/pie hybrid of awesomeness (not literally described as such, that's what my taste buds perceived as it reached them). Though I'm not a fan of super sweet like deserts, this was utterly incredible. So incredible that I couldn't even take another bite because I felt not worthy of eating it. Just pure mouth watering sugary goodness. After a very satisfying meal, and a chat or two with the waiter I grabbed my drink again, took a sip, and this time it was turned into lemonade.....thanks lemon ;) Before we left, we were greeted at the table by the owner himself. He greeted us and asked us about our meal, though I did not mention the tea/lemonade debacle, we all just synchronously smiled and showed our appreciation for the wonderful time we all had. We left the server with a good 20% tip, out of $180 of the total cost of the meal. Final Words: Go, just go. Try it, like it? Tip it good for the service. I will be returning possibly soon, or in a later date, maybe they'll win me over on drinks next time.
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Food: Very GoodDecor: ExcellentService: Excellent
Public - 4 years ago
reviewed 4 years ago
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As far as most Chinese Takeouts go this place is good. It might have been because I was really hungry one night, munchies overpowering for delivery, but I had my filling. I don't eat eggrolls often but sure enough I was munching them down and realized what I was missing my whole life. The delivery was relatively the same as others but they were kind, courteous and showed a great deal of respect. Even when I had my phone on silent they kept calling to make sure I was around, sorry for the one that waited for me, but great service no doubt. Others would have just left and not waited, that is very respectable! Food is good, but what blew me away was their customer service even if it was the most minimal they could do, they did what they had to do and never showed any anger or negativity. For what its worth, I recommend this one and we're ordering right now anyways.
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Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago