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What REALLY happened at Stonehenge! LOLOL
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Plz Share to "Public" and +1
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G+ Tip: Rules of Ripple Club
a few rules I've discovered about Ripples so far... and a Real-time Ripple experiment

obligatory: Do not talk about Ripple Club (but actually do talk about it - this is key for the experiment!)
1.) Ripples are only for Public posts.
2.) Ripples for Public posts only exist going back to Aug 31 (as far as I can tell).
3.) In order for a post to have Ripples, it must have been re-shared publicly at least once.
4.) You can share a Ripples page by linking to it: (ex: +Robert Scoble post - https://plus.google.com/ripples/details?activityid=HS7L4gtGf2j)
5.) The Ripples function is in your dropdown menu - is it not there? See #3

Experiment

Think we can see Ripples happen in real time? Here's what I'd like us to try:

- Reshare this post (publicly)
- Open up the Ripples for this post in a separate window - and then reshare the post (it's a useful post anyhow).
- Watch to see if we can see the bubbles pop up as they are being reshared!
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RIP Steve Jobs 
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Seth gives his advice on how to avoid really bad Powerpoint presentations.
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Nikhil Saluja originally shared:
 
If your brain works normally

This is another example of an amazing illusion!!! The last sentence is so true.

If your eyes follow the movement of the rotating pink dot, the dots will remain only one color, pink.

However if you stare at the black '+ ' in the center, the moving dot turns to green.
Now, concentrate on the black ' + ' in the center of the picture. After a short period, all the pink dots will slowly disappear, and you will see only a single green dot rotating.

It's amazing how our brain works. There really is no green dot, and the pink ones really don't disappear. This should be proof enough, we don't always see what we think we see.
Reshare this to all of your friends and amaze them.
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not too sure. If the dots need to be moving for it to work.
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This is great!!!!
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Image deblurring by Photoshop is coming!!
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