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A mind enhancement formula for under $2 a day recommended by Dr Yoriko Todd ~ Nerium EHT 

Thank you for watching. I hope you try these please. They carry a 30 day money back guarantee. 
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A mind enhancement formula for under $2 a day recommended by Dr Yoriko Todd ~ Nerium EHT 

Thank you for watching. I hope you try these please. They carry a 30 day money back guarantee. 
Order at http://mindpills.info 
Free shipping forever.
~ Dr Yoriko Todd 
Twitter @DrYorikoTodd

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Alone we can do so little....
"Alone we can do so little; together we can do so much."

By Helen Keller

We import 100% Japanese Koi from Ornafish Japan.
So we can ensure the highest quality Koi for you,and for the best prices. Please contact us to visit ours ponds. We have special deals to cleanup our ponds & get fresh Nissai in Oct 2015.

Regards,
Koi Panama

http://koipanama.com

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Thank you all for talking an interest in +Crowdify A Place For Tech Lovers To Connect great post +Randy Hilarski  #Startups   #technology  
Crowdify is Here!

I have been telling you about this project that +Anabell Hilarski  and I have been working on with +Michael Q Todd  and +Yoriko Todd  for a long time. Well we are launching and Crowdify is going to be huge. Please read the article, head to the link within the article and sign up for free using Twitter.

Over the next few months many new features will be rolled out that I am eager to put into action.

#SocialMedia   #Technology   #Influencers   #Education  

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The importance of the ad block for real life
Ever felt the need for a real life ad blocker?
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Newtons balls!
Energy explained. Newton's cradle.
Named after Sir Isaac Newton, is a device that demonstrates conservation of momentum and energy via a series of swinging spheres. When one on the end is lifted and released, it strikes the stationary spheres; a force is transmitted through the stationary spheres and pushes the last one upward. The device is also known as Newton's balls or Executive Ball Clicker.

If one ball is pulled away and is let to fall, it strikes the first ball in the series and comes to nearly a dead stop. The ball on the opposite side acquires most of the velocity and almost instantly swings in an arc almost as high as the release height of the last ball. This shows that the final ball receives most of the energy and momentum that was in the first ball. The impact produces a compression wave that propagates through the intermediate balls. Any efficiently elastic material such as steel will do this as long as the kinetic energy is temporarily stored as potential energy in the compression of the material rather than being lost as heat.


An idealized Newton's cradle with five balls when there are no energy losses and there is always a small separation between the balls, except for when a pair is colliding.
With two balls dropped, exactly two balls on the opposite side swing out and back. With three balls dropped, three balls will swing back and forth, with the central ball appearing to swing without interruption.
~Wikipedia 
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Stormy
Thor Decided to Bring Down the Hammer!

These last few weeks have been crazy for +Anabell Hilarski and I. We have so much going on with +Michael Q Todd and the Crowdify team as well as our own +High Impact Media Group Panama and +VIP Panama Tours.  Right now we are in the midst of the storm but I know that we are going to have an amazing remainder of the year.

If you have not already please follow @CrowdifyTech we are much more than a crowdfunding organization.

The site for Crowdify is far from complete but please go and watch Michael's video at the bottom of the page. 
http://crowdify.fund/
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So clever
The mechanical wave                                                                                                 #science   #gif
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TSU or Ello? Seems like neither!
To all those who I recommended TSU to all I can say is that I am sorry I was wrong.

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The best of nature
Beautiful water. Makes me think of spring with all the snow melting.

But they take a long time to create. A waterfall is an area of a river or stream where the water flows over a steep vertical drop, often landing in a plunge pool below.

Erosion plays an important part in the formation of waterfalls. As a stream flows, it carries sediment that can erode the soft bed rock (limestone and sandstone) underneath. Eventually this cuts deep enough so that only harder rock, such as granite, remains. Waterfalls develop as the granite forms cliffs and ledges.

    Waterfalls themselves also contribute to erosion. Stream velocity increases as it nears a waterfall, increasing the amount of erosion. The movement of water at the top of a waterfall can flatten rocks at the edge. The plunge pool at the base gets bigger as rushing water and sediment erodes it and the area behind the waterfall is worn away, creating cave-like shelters.

    Other process that form waterfalls include earthquake, landslide, glacier, or volcanoes which can disrupt the land of a stream bed creating cliffs, cracks, faults and other changes in elevation.

    The tallest waterfall in the world is Angel Falls in Venezuela where the water falls 979 m (3,212 ft). The fall is so long that at warmer times of the year the water turns into mist before it reaches the stream below.

    The valley of Lauterbrunnen in Switzerland is a deep glacial formed valley that contains 72 waterfalls. The streams flowing from the mountains on either side, reach the rocky verge walls of the valley and cascade over. The most famous of the waterfalls is the Staubbach Falls less than 1 km from Lauterbrunnen village.

    Waterfalls can be classified by type. There are many types of waterfalls and it is possible for a waterfall to fit more than one category.

    Ledge (Classical, Curtain) waterfalls descend vertically over a cliff maintaining partial contact with the bedrock.

    Block (Sheet) waterfalls descend from a wide stream or river, Niagara Falls, in the U.S. and Canada, is a block waterfall.

    Cascade waterfalls descend over a series of rock steps, they are usually a relatively safe type of waterfall. Monkey Falls, in India is an example.

    Cataract waterfalls are large, powerful and often dangerous. A very wide and wild cataract fall is the Iguazu River at the Brazil and Argentina border.

    Chute waterfalls force a large amount of water through narrow vertical passages at a high pressure. For example, Three Chute Falls, Yosemite National Park, US.

    Fan waterfalls are like the name suggests, as the water descends it spreads out horizontally. Virgin Falls is a fan waterfall in British Columbia, Canada.

    Frozen waterfalls will freeze over for at least part of the year. Mountaineers often test their skills by climbing frozen waterfalls. E.g. The Fang, Vail, Colorado, US.

    Horsetail waterfalls will maintain contact with the bedrock underneath them. The Reichenbach Falls, in Switzerland, is such a waterfall which is famous for being where fictional detective Sherlock Holmes allegedly fell to his death.

    Multi-step (Tiered or Staircase) waterfalls are a series of waterfalls falling one after the other each with their own plunge pool. The falling lakes of Plitvice Lakes National Park, in Croatia, are an example of multi-step waterfalls.

    Plunge waterfalls are fast moving with horizontal thrust over the edge causing the water to completely lose contact with the bedrock, e.g. Japan's Hannoki Falls.

    Punchbowl waterfalls descend in a constricted form that spreads out into a wide pool at their base. Wailua Falls in Hawaii is an example of a punchbowl waterfall.

    Segmented waterfalls form separate flows of water as they descend. The Nigretta Falls in Victoria, Australia, have separate streams that join back up in the pool.

    Many waterfalls around the world are used to generate hydroelectric power.

    Waterfalls can be grouped into 10 broad classes based on the average volume of water going over falls. Class 10 waterfalls include Niagara Falls, Khone Falls and Inga Falls. Victoria Falls (Class 9), Gullfoss (Class 8), Angel Falls (Class 7), Yosemite Falls (Class 6), Sutherland Falls (Class 5).

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