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In 1943, Volcán de Parícutin began erupting in Mexico. Eight years later, after covering the entire village of San Juan Parangaricutiro with lava, it finally stopped erupting. The town remains buried underneath feet of volcanic rock, save for its church. The solid slabs used to build the church are credited for its survival against the onslaught of lava. However, one has to wonder if there was maybe something else that factored into its safety. Perhaps a little help from above? Read More http://goo.gl/tVEIhk

#1943 #mexico  #Volcaniceruption #lava #Save #church  
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It's truly amazing what artist Peter Callesen can do with one sheet of plain white paper. His 3D sculptures are made of just paper and glue, but contain scenes and stories everyone can understand. Based in Denmark, Callesen forms each sheet into extremely detailed works of art that remain attached to the original source despite manipulation. Check out his beautiful works below. http://goo.gl/qsWKpm

#Amazing #Artist #PeterCallesen #3D #Sculpture 
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Good entrepreneurs make money. Great entrepreneurs make serious money. But truly successful entrepreneurs do more than make money. They make a difference not just to their balance sheets but also in the lives of their employees, their customers, and their communities. See how many of these qualities you possess... and how many you can adopt. Learn more http://goo.gl/NY9WWi

#Learn #Habits #Successful #Entrepreneurs #Differentiator
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Evolution of Cloud Computing

The trend toward cloud computing started in the late 1980s with the concept of grid computing when, for the first time, a large number of systems were applied to a single problem, usually scientific in nature and requiring exceptionally high levels of parallel computation.
Learn more http://goo.gl/jTsjTY

#Advance #Technology #CloudComputing #SaaS #IaaS
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The back of a car is printed on the lid, with the straw in place of the exhaust pipe. The lid is distributed and used by road-side food stalls. When consumers drink from this cup on the streets, it would be like they were inhaling toxic emissions directly from the vehicle.
“Pollution is closer than you think.”
#Free #AirPollution #Toxic #Vehicles #SAVE #Earth
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A goal is a desired result a person or a system envisions, plans and commits to achieve a personal or organizational desired end-point in some sort of assumed development. Many people endeavor to reach goals within a finite time by setting deadlines.
Goal-setting ideally involves establishing specific, measurable, achievable, relevant, and time-bounded (S.M.A.R.T.) objectives.
#GOAL #Smart #Plans #Achieve #ACE
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In December 1996 the United Nations General Assembly proclaimed 21 November as World Television Day commemorating the date on which the first World Television Forum was held in 1996.
Don't miss the rop Five TV moments that changed the world http://goo.gl/p59nGL #World #TelevisionDay #Moments #Media
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A team of planetary scientists recently claimed that the mix of methane, carbon and lightning in Saturn's atmosphere is causing diamonds to be forged in the planet's atmosphere. These diamonds would be around a centimetre in diameter, but could range in size based on the availability of carbon at the time of the diamond's formation. The new study estimates that there are more than 1,000 tons of diamonds being created every year on Saturn.
#Diamonds #Rain #Saturn #Jupiter #Planet
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An experimental drug created in San Diego and used to treat seven Ebola victims works by binding antibodies to the top and bottom of the virus, scientists at the Scripps Research Institute reported.

ZMapp, made by Mapp Biopharmaceutical, was administered to the patients under emergency procedures, even though it has not been cleared for general use by federal regulators. Five of the seven patients survived, according to Scripps.
#EBOLA #Virus #Fever #Africa
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This first "real" Harley-Davidson motorcycle had a bigger engine of 24.74 cubic inches (405 cc) with 9.75 inches (25 cm) flywheels weighing 28 lb (13 kg). The machine's advanced loop-frame pattern was similar to the 1903 Milwaukee Merkel motorcycle (designed by Joseph Merkel, later of Flying Merkel fame). The bigger engine and loop-frame design took it out of the motorized bicycle category and marked the path to future motorcycle designs. The boys also received help with their bigger engine from outboard motor pioneer Ole Evinrude, who was then building gas engines of his own design for automotive use on Milwaukee's Lake Street.
#HarleyDavidson #Bike #History #TechTuesday
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