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Rodney Gomes
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Cooler than a snowflake on an Eskimo!
Cooler than a snowflake on an Eskimo!

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Roxi is missing that summer weather already! 
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Truly amazing! They're so smart.....

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Custom painted Superman statue by Alex Ross with removable cape!
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23/02/2015
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Many thanks to our two little helpers for our best tree yet! Ages 4 and 2...Happy Holidays!

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Now that's thinking out the box!

A water cooled PC mounted on the wall....
Wall Mounted Water Cooled PC

Please Follow: +Creative Ideas 
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This has to be the next Justin Pizza Bieber!!!

Check this out and let me know if pizza is your everything.

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Amazing cat like reflexes! 
Anti-gravity cat
#wow #cat #caturdayeveryday #gif  
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Interesting facts about gravity

Objects with mass are attracted to each other, this is known as gravity.

Gravity keeps Earth and the other planets in our solar system in orbit around the Sun. It also keeps the Moon in orbit around Earth.

Tides are caused by the rotation of the Earth and the gravitational effects of the Moon and Sun.

Because Mars has a lower gravity than Earth, a person weighing 200 pounds on Earth would only weigh 76 pounds on Mars.

It is thought that Isaac Newton’s theories on gravity were inspired by seeing an apple fall from a tree.

While Newton’s older law of universal gravitation is accurate in most scenarios, modern physics uses Albert Einstein’s general theory of relativity to describe gravity.

Acceleration of objects to due to the gravity on Earth is around 9.8 m/s2. If you ignore air resistance (drag) then the speed of an object falling to Earth increases by around 9.8 metres per second every second.

The force of gravity 100 kilometres (62 miles) above Earth is just 3% less than at the Earth’s surface.

The human body can handle increased g-forces as seen in activities such as dragster races, airplane acrobatics and space training. The highest known acceleration voluntarily experienced by a human is 46.2 g by g-force pioneer John Stapp.

While formula one racing drivers may feel around 5 g’s under heavy braking, they can experience over 100 g’s if a crash causes them to decelerate extremely quickly over a very short distance.

Some roller coasters have been known to include g-forces of around 4 to 6 g.

The higher something is, the greater its gravitational potential energy. Back in the Middle Ages, weapons called trebuchets were used to take advantage of this principle, using mechanical advantage and the gravitational potential energy of a counterweight to hurl rocks and other projectiles at or over walls. In modern times we use the gravitational potential of water to create hydroelectricity.

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http://www.sciencekids.co.nz/sciencefacts/gravity.html
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Can't wait for this to start. Just love this show!
Arsenal anyone? Yeah, October just can't come soon enough. Enjoy more all-new sneak peek pics from Arrow Season 3 right here: http://bit.ly/1t1kLYJ
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This is a great song.

KARA (Mamma Mia) Music Video: http://youtu.be/6tK0XUQQ3wA

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Now that's team work!
Here you are dog.....have some treats.....weeeeeee...

'I'm sure there is a toy in here somewhere'
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