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For many it’s a live long dream to get “off the grid” and live self-sufficiently. But unplugging from municipal services has been ruled illegal by a court in Cape Coral, Florida. Special Magistrate Harold S. Eskin ruled that Robin Speronis is not allowed to live on her own private property without being hooked up to the city’s water system. He …
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The Phantom Leaf Effect
If something exists which is neither matter nor energy, an invisible, nonphysical reality for example, since scientists cannot detect or measure it they tend to deny its existence.
The Concept. Present day science recognizes two basic states of being, matter and energy. Both of these states of being are detectable and measurable using physical world instrumentation. Because their existence can be detected and measured within physical reality scientists are confident of the ...
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If you can't see it, you can't touch it, probably can't hear it, never mind measure it, then what's the point trying to prove it. It's dangerously similar to a religious belief or a strong personal sentiment. It would be unwise to eliminate non-existence altogether. How else can you refer to it, whatever that is?
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An UNDISTORTED map showing the TRUE SIZE of the continents.
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Read "Artificial (or not) Intelligence, Randomness and Free Will" here - http://ow.ly/Q16fZ

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Heavenly Light......... 
Another view from the top of High Wheeldon, quite similar to the last shot i posted from this location but the dramatic light was too good to ignore. Sony A7II/16-35mm.
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I'm from Wisco. Our squirrels get pretty big up here.
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A perfect example of why I don't drink soda.
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Neil deGrasse Tyson ‏@neiltyson 
Jupiter is 11x wider than Earth. But Earth is only 5x wider than Pluto.  So Jovians surely demoted us to DwarfPlanet long ago
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How to multiply a number by 5?

We know that we can write 5 as 10/2. So the trick is that :

1. If the number is an even one we just need to get the half of the number and place a zero as the unit's place digit of the resultant number.

Ex. 68 x 5 = ?
1st Step: Half of 68 = 34
2nd Step: Placing a zero as the unit's place digit, we get 340.

2. If the number is an odd one we just need to get the half of the number 1 less than the given number and place '5' as the unit's place digit of the resultant number.  

Ex. 249 x 5 = ?
1st Step: Half of the number 1 less than the given number = (249 - 1)/2 = 248/2 = 124
2nd Step: Placing '5' as the unit's place digit, we get = 1245
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