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21 Jul 19
Learners Paradise

Diesel and gasoline (Petrol) engines are the most commonly used engines of our time. Yet most people do not know the functioning and complexities of these engines and hence I have dedicated my time to today’s topic towards the operation of these engines. Most of the land vehicles today run on either gasoline engines or […]

21 Jul 19
Justmehomely's Blog

Is 66:18-21; Heb 12:5-7,11-13; Luke 13:22-30 Martha and Mary Other Homily Sources from Unknown Authors 21st Sunday in Ordinary Time – Cycle C  Homily # 1 Luke 13:22-30 Strive to Enter the Narrow Gate to Eternal Life Very many opportunities are available to us during our lives. From this large assortment, we must decide which […]

21 Jul 19
Romance Tips For Any Stage of a Relationship

Content written by-Ottosen Geisler The first thing you has to do when planning your Las Vega trip is produce conclusive regarding your travellers. This means that you need to contact each guest within your list to make sure that with them their work. Ideally, you should reserve to start dating ? that’s a minumum of […]

21 Jul 19
ReviewDinar

 1st Page Ranker The title explains it all. 1st Page Ranker is a product launched by Ali G. It is one of the best price-value products. The #1 Live Streaming, Traffic Getting, Instant Video Ranking, Cloud Based App on the Internet. 1st Page Ranker is a product gets your website rankings on the first page. […]

21 Jul 19
Lets grow

Honestly there is no straight answer to this question because everybody is different. What i’ll do is list down a few things that without doubt will help you recover from that hurt. Do whatever makes you happy. Step out of your house and start with whatever that may cheer you up. Engage in sports, join […]

21 Jul 19
Iowa Climate Science Education

Guest post by Larry F. Brown, PhD We visited a wind farm in southern Utah recently. I’ve always been curious about the costs, profitability, and physical size of these things as well as the footprint and environmental impact. I had 3 meetings with the man in charge of maintenance of the wind farm, a landowner […]

21 Jul 19
tinyowl

I’m often asked if I don’t get lonely on my travels. And then I answer ‘no’, and the person asking the question usually hears ‘yes’, because they think they would be and cannot imagine any other possibility. A lot of people dreaming of taking a step to the side of society fears loneliness, as in […]

21 Jul 19
Travellersnottourists

I come from a white privileged background to this journey and I experience the country in a white privileged way. I ease my guilt with contributions along the way and by respect for and interest in the people I meet. I have never been disappointed yet. To travel is to learn, sometimes it’s not easy, […]

21 Jul 19
Universal Truth

The organization of living organisms By: Ali Kashif Objectives: To know that the basic unit of living organisms is the cell. To know that all cells have certain features in common, but that there are differences between plant and animal cells. To understand that the study of cell requires the use of microscope. To understand […]

21 Jul 19
Tea Leaf Books

This was a truly fascinating read on a topic that I had previously spared little thought. It’s true; I have often wondered if the night sky above me was always as murky as it seems to be now compared to ten or twenty years ago when, as a child, the depth of the vast void […]

21 Jul 19
DragonflyArtStudios

As my year in Bremerhaven Germany comes to an end, I want to remember some unusual experiences. Never have I ever lived three blocks from chimpanzees. Also, the rest of the zoo, but the chimpanzees have a lookout area above the zoo fence so I see them most days hanging out looking at the human […]

21 Jul 19

Wind Farm Back-of-the-Envelope Economic Analysis https://ift.tt/2SqGI7O Guest post by Larry F. Brown, PhD We visited a wind farm in southern Utah recently. I’ve always been curious about the costs, profitability, and physical size of these things as well as the footprint and environmental impact. I had 3 meetings with the man in charge of maintenance […]

21 Jul 19
A Grown Up Now. In Theory.

In my last post I hoped that I might achieve a flash of inspiration and think of lots of amazing adventures to happen. The good news is that the weather did improve. From early June and its unseasonable cold, requiring the heating to be switched on, it has picked up to being generally consistently warm. […]

21 Jul 19
Crew Family Travels

Tokyo Disney Sea Urayasu, Japan Sep 23, 2016 Theme Parks have never been top of my list of places to visit. The thought of hordes of people, queuing endlessly for rides, plastic food etc always sends a shiver through me … however, when in Tokyo… Time to put my cynical brain away today, and reward […]

21 Jul 19
Kimana

As mentioned in my introduction, I really like anime and JDramas. So, with that in mind, I decided that another series I would work on in this blog would be my currently watching series with a sub-section for anime or dramas. I got into anime when I was eleven and a girl I knew brought […]