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Miriam Höltschl (Orinus)
Lives in Deutschland
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"Smile, and the world smiles with you" - Pedagouge and wannabe artist
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The world is a playground in this vast universe - for those who want to explore it.
I constantly want to get to know and learn new things, trying to improve myself and become a better living being on a day to day basis. I also try to implement that into my works 


As a hobby, I love being into nature, making all kinds of art, and enjoying good books, movies and games. Beware, because of that, sometimes my Otaku-side can appear! 
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A rare early copy of William Smith’s 1815 Geological Map of England and Wales, previously thought lost, has been uncovered by Geological Society archivists. The new map has been digitized and made available online in time for the start of celebrations of the map’s 200th anniversary.
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Looks like no events for Chennai so far....guess its unknown here... :(
 
We are ONE MONTH away from Earth Hour! Do you have plans to celebrate, or are you looking for an event to join? Add your event to the Earth Hour Tracker, or join an event near you! www.ehour.me/EHTracker
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I always knew I love mountains, but.....
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Have a good Indian Republic's Day!
Here are some impressions of Madurai and around.
Here are some impressions of Madurai and around.
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Examination of DNA from 21 primate species – from squirrel monkeys to humans – exposes an evolutionary war against infectious bacteria over iron that circulates in the host’s bloodstream. Supported by experimental evidence, these findings demonstrate the vital importance of an increasingly appreciated defensive strategy called nutritional immunity.
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World Economic Forum: Why we need to trust teachers. http://google.com/newsstand/s/CBIw9YSG9CA
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Via +Ted Ewen !
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A Sun-like star with orbiting planets, dating back to the dawn of the Galaxy, has been discovered by an international team of astronomers. At 11.2 billion years old, it is the oldest star with Earth-sized planets ever found and proves that such planets have formed throughout the history of the Universe.
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Two and a half million years ago, our hominin ancestors in the African savanna crafted rocks into shards that could slice apart a dead gazelle, zebra or other game animal. Over the next 700,000 years, this butchering technology spread throughout the continent and, it turns out, came to be a major evolutionary force.
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How 4-year-old children draw pictures of a child is an indicator of intelligence at age 14, according to a new study. The researchers studied 7,752 pairs of identical and non-identical twins and found that the link between drawing and later intelligence was influenced by genes.
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