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Olga Sobral
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It hurts to read that "Europe" is leading an attack on Greek's democracy - I always felt I was a part of Europe. But it is correct. And we can only hope Greek people will stand tall against this attack.
The rising crescendo of bickering and acrimony within Europe might seem to outsiders to be the inevitable result of the bitter endgame playing out between Greece and its creditors. In fact, European leaders are finally beginning to reveal the true nature of the ongoing debt dispute, and the answer is not pleasant.
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Stop what you're doing and prepare to be amazed. Scientists at MIT have unveiled an incredibly tiny 1.7cm robot that self-assembles by folding itself like origami. The little bugger can walk, climb, carry objects twice its own size, swim, dig, and then at the end of the day it dissolves in liquid. Watch it in action at the link.

http://www.thisiscolossal.com/2015/06/mit-origami-robot/
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The poor and deprived lost their Poet, Eduardo Galeano died yesterday. He plead and lived: Vivir sin Miedo, Live without Fear.
 
This is why we need Poets: They have this beautiful way describing things we thought beyond bearing and therefor decided to ignore.
Just discovered one Poet I had never heard of before: Eduardo Galeano
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Nothing beats Nature in creativity and beauty
 
This creature is called Glaucus atlanticus. It is an extremely dangerous, camouflaged sea slug. It preys on venomous animals like the Portuguese Man-Of-War. The slug consumes the entire organism and stores only the most venomous nematocysts for its own use. The venom is then concentrated, which produces a more powerful venom than that of the Man-Of-War jellyfish it feeds on. Glaucus atlanticus is also a hermaphrodite, meaning they have both male and female reproductive organs... A truly unbelievable animal. https://www.googlesciencefair.com/
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Meant to be up and running in 55 seconds ... not bad.
1&1 unveils a new generation of Cloud Servers. 1&1 unveils a new generation of Cloud Servers. 1&1 today announces the launch of its new 1&1 Cloud Server in Germany, United Kingdom, France, Spain and Italy. This new generation of Cloud solution has been built so that companies, developers and ...
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Very much to learn about World War 2 simply looking at figures ...
 
Absolutely stunning #DataViz about wartime deaths in WW2 and the long peace. https://vimeo.com/128373915  
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Scientists say, we are made of atoms, but a small bird told me,  we're made of stories.
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A Poor Man's Labour of Love: For his wife to never have to climb the mountain again, he grabbs a hammer and a chisel and works his way through that mountain. After 22 years, there is a Road for All.

If this is not a true story than it is well-invented.
A powerful illustration of intrinsic motivation.
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Impressive ad. Samsung.
 
Samsung gets neighbors to learn sign language to please deaf man (and make you cry) http://cnet.co/1MrG68h
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Sehr fein gearbeitete Kerramik. Geschmackvoll und bis ins Detail in Form, Material und Farbe ... sehr schön.
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Die beste HNO-Praxis in Karlsruhe! Sehr, sehr gute Diagnose, richtige Therapie.
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Arrogant und inkompetent. Ich suchte Dr. Wahl wegen starker Kopfschmerzen und entzündeten Stirnhöhlen auf. Sehr kurzes Gespräch, Blick auf mitgebrachte Röntgen-Aufnahme, Blick in die Nase - dann stand für ihn fest: OP, Nasenscheidewand begradigen. Rückfragen, was Schmerzen und Entzündungen in der Stirnhöhle mit der Nasenscheidewand zu tun habe, nicht beantwortet sondern ungehalten, patzig und unhöflich darauf hingewiesen, ich sei Kassenpatient (!), er habe schon über acht Minuten mit mir geredet. Nach meinem Empfinden waren keine fünf Minuten vergangen. Heute weiß ich, woher Schmerzen und Entzündung herrühren, die OP war natürlich völlig unsinnig.
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