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Some of the other guests in the restaurant flew in for breakfast-Golden Lake , Ontario
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"Doctor Who" fans got a surprise treat from the BBC today as they wait for the 50th Anniversary Special later in November.

Paul McGann, who starred as the Doctor in the 1996 Fox TV movie, returns to the role in a 7-minute mini episode called "The Night of the Doctor."
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How Our Brains Set the World Spinning

If there’s ever excuse to publish an optical illusion as cool as the “Rotating Snakes,” I’ll take it. This illusion was invented in 2003 by Akiyoshi Kitaoka of Ritsumeikan University in Japan, and ever since, Kitaoka and other scientists have been trying to figure out why it works. A new paper by Stephen Macknik at the Barrow Neurological Institute in Phoenix may have the answer.

As you’ll notice, the circles seem to rotate in response to where you look at the illusion. So Macknik and his colleagues tracked the movement of people’s eyes as they gazed at two of these wheels on a computer screen. Their subjects kept a finger pressed on a button, lifting it whenever they seemed to see the wheels move.

Macnick and his colleagues found a tight correlation between the onset of the illusion and a kind of involuntary movement our eyes make, known as microsaccades. Even when we’re staring at a still object, our eyes keep darting around. These movements, called microsaccades, help us compensate for a peculiar property of the eye: if we stare at an object for too long, the signals each photoreceptor sends to the brain become weaker. Microsaccades refresh the photoreceptors with a different input and breath new life into our perception.

Source: http://blogs.discovermagazine.com/loom/2012/04/24/how-our-brains-set-the-world-spinning/
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What a great idea. I will pass it on to all the runners I know
 
Who do you think will win this epic challenge?
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Here are the Kettle Boys brewing Maple Syrup. Almonte, Ontario Canada. http://www.fortunefarms.ca/
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The Avenger Workout
If you’re a warrior for the light, fighting for peace and justice against those who might want to upset the balance you really need to be in total charge of your body and mind. This is a workout that’ll get you most of the way there, well…it takes care of the body part of the equation. 

What it works: quads, frontal hip flexors, glutes, shoulders, triceps. core, lateral abs, lower abs. 

Tips: When doing an ab work exercise pull in and tighten your lower abs. This changes the dynamic and forces the abdominal muscles to flatten, work harder and get stronger. 

#fitness   #workout   #workoutwednesday  
http://neilarey.com/workouts/avenger-workout.html
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10,000. Workers in China create giant frozen castle built entirely from ice.Please Hit +1, Share & Comment if you Like it...For more Amazing Photos and Videos http://www.funmaxim.com/
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The scientists estimate that 80 per cent of the 71 fish species at risk in Canada will no longer have habitat covered by the new law.
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Even more reason to hit the gym on the way home:
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Yum ! More Fortune Farms Maple Syrup, Almonte, Ontario. http://www.fortunefarms.ca/
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Interested in auctions,second-hand shops and vintage shopping. I am a newspaper junkie, CBC Q listener,wine & chocolate lover, book club reader, power walker and wanna-be gardener.  I like photography and spending time with friends and family.  I love going out for breakfast and sitting on the dock.
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