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Tesla has finally taken the wraps off Tesla Energy, its ambitious battery system that can work for homes, businesses, and even utilities. The system breaks down into two separate products: the...
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Albert Einstein on the Secret to Learning
That is the way to learn the most, that when you are doing something with such enjoyment that you don’t notice that the time passes

#einstein   #alberteinstein   #learning   #education   #wisdom  
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Awesome Machines - Automated Railway Builders.
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Hell yea, edumacation!
We've all been kids and we've felt the stress of a school test, and obviously everyone of us gave a fair amount of wrong answers during our carer. Whatever...
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Here's a bit of squee to take us over the week's hump. Who would have guessed that platypuses had this catlike behavior? Here are the YouTube notes for the video below: This beautiful platypus love...
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WE MUST TRY TO END THE SLAUGHTER OF THESE BEAUTIFUL ANIMALS. The slaughter of dolphins has begun again... (4087 signatures on petition)
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This is excellent.
Oz is a bottom-dweller of the lowest order.
I certainly hope Columbia turfs his lying ass. 
Here's the letter they sent to the dean of the school of medicine and the university's reply.
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Love Requires A Choice (every day)

People always talk about falling in love. That’s easy to do because it’s such a great feeling. But you hardly ever hear people talk about the commitment required to stay in love. That’s a lot harder to do, and sometimes a much more difficult choice.  

Who you love is as much a choice as it is a feeling. You make a conscious decision to commit to a relationship or decision to get married. When the rosy glow of being in love goes away, you then have to make the decision to stay committed to the relationship – but it takes work. Here are a few ways we can make that choice every day:

--See the good in your partner and remember the reasons you wanted to be with this person.  
--Make the choice to ignore the small, petty things that may drive you crazy.
--Choose to see what you can do for your spouse, rather than what they don’t do for you. (You cannot expect from your partner what you yourself are not willing to give, right?)

Choose to stay – choose to put in the effort. Choose to give and see what you get. Choose to surprise yourself and stay committed to love.

#love   #choices   #kurtstips


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Conscientiousness and longevity: what's the connection?
http://medicalxpress.com/news/2015-04-friends-character-insights-clues-longevity.html
Your friends may know you better than you know yourself. Personality traits you display in your 20s hold clues to how long you'll live – and your friends can judge these traits better than you, researchers report in the journal Psychological Science.
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Myopia epidemic due to lack of sunlight and too much time spent indoors? Answer is likely complex. 
Short-sightedness is reaching epidemic proportions. Some scientists think they have found a reason why.
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