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Sonam Gupta bewafa hai.

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Must watch!!!

How to open a coke bottle with Rs. 2000 note.

https://youtu.be/cW5tnrunc6w

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WHEN GOOGLE CO-FOUNDER Larry Page dropped his now-famous blog post revealing that Google was reorganizing itself as Alphabet, one of the most striking things was what he chose to highlight as the kind of work these newly independent non-Google companies would be pursuing.

“The companies that are pretty far afield of our main Internet products [are] contained in Alphabet instead,” Page wrote in the blog post announcing Alphabet’s existence. “Good examples are our health efforts: Life Sciences (that works on the glucose-sensing contact lens), and Calico (focused on longevity).”

Google has long dabbled in medicine, but Page’s announcement signaled that he wants biomedical research to be more than just a side project for his newly christened company. Behind the scenes, efforts were already well under way to transform Google into a place that was serious about life sciences.

Under Alphabet, life sciences will become its own independent division, though it doesn’t have an official name just yet. (The company says to expect more news soon.) But a few hints suggest the life sciences group had been operating fairly independently already. Last month, CFO Ruth Porat singled out life sciences during a quarterly earnings call as one of the areas Google sees as “longer-term sources of revenue.” To get there, the company has been quietly recruiting top scientific talent, from immunologists to neurologists to nanoparticle engineers.

“Google Life Sciences is focused on shifting health care from a reactive, undifferentiated approach to a proactive, targeted approach,” reads one of the company’s recent job listings. Biomedical researchers at Google will work to transform the “detection, prevention, management and even our basic understanding of disease,” the company says. In other words, just like everything else it does, the company once known as Google intends to train its outsized ambition on fixing the most basic problems afflicting human health.
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this kid is crazyyyyy...!!!!!

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YAAAAYYYYY!!!!!FINALLY... A teamof scientists  at George Washington University has found a way to hit two birds with one stone: mitigate climate change by pulling CO2 from the atmosphere and make a valuable material at the same time. The solar powered setup reacts a molten lithium carbonate in the presence of heat and an electrical current to produce carbon fibers, recently highly prized in engineering applications from cars and airplanes to wind turbines to tennis rackets.




Read more: http://www.zmescience.com/ecology/climate/co2-turned-carbon-nanofibres-0432423/#ixzz3jMZ6FXGX

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"Be brave".....even if you are not pretend to be...no one can tell the difference
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