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Bruno Learth Soares
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How the election cycle actually works

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"On behalf of those who obsess, tinker, and fix things that aren´t broken, consider it my way of saying THANK YOU, NICOLA TESLA."

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Exquisite photo showing some of the marvels of the human body and of the movements it can make. The portrayed woman is an icon of ballet, Sylvie Guillem.

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In case you haven't see it yet: Minutephysics on how general relativity is useful in real life! (and how it helps detect nuclear explosions)

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I believe G+ is the first Google's social network in which there is no link to see the posts we like (or +1). WHY?
I appreciated so much this feature in Reader and Buzz...
Dear Google Plus, (share this post if you agree)

We want to see our favourite posts in one place.

Please add a link to the left which I can click on a see a list of all the posts here which I have +1'd.

I'm getting tired of asking. Yet you seem to keep adding things which people are not asking for. Like the 'What's hot' link and the YouTube 'kind of playlist' thing.

You are called Plus. We Plus things when we like them. We want to see them again some day. Give us this very, very easy-for-you-to-implement filter link for the left menu.

PLEASE SHARE THIS POST IF YOU AGREE.
DONT JUST PLUS IT (though thanks!). SHARE IT. SPREAD THE WORD! NO ONE ELSE (but the author) CAN 'READ' A PLUS!

And no, I do not mean the +1 tab on the profile page. (So many people think that's it)
That tab lists the 'external web urls' on which I have clicked a +1 button. NOT the Google Plus posts I have +1'd

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The Pleasure of Finding Things Out

This reminds me so much of how I was taught by my own father. I, too, was a little addicted to the encyclopedias when I was a kid—I had read through the entire set over the course of a summer, before I was 8 years old. I would ask my dad questions that related to what I read, and he would give practical examples so I could identify with the concepts on a personal level. That's the difference between "knowing the name of something and knowing something" as he describes. I try and use this same philosophy when teaching my young clients. Memorization will only get you so far; what you do with knowledge—how well you understand it and how you apply it to solve novel problems in life is more meaningful and valuable, and what our education system should be focusing on..

The entire program The Pleasure of Finding Things Out is fantastic. This short video clip is one of my favorite parts. :)
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