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Parties Are Taking Festival Jewelry To The Next Tier With These Face Series

Published in Odd and Fun on 31st July 2017

The music gala panorama has resurrected a variety of retro manner trends. From the hippie bloom crowns of the 60 s and the flowing maxi gowns of the 70 s to the vintage stone tees of the 80 s and the tattoo chokers of the 90 s, theres no disclaiming history is surely repeating itself […]

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This is how you pump ocean without any electricity

Published in Odd and Fun on 31st July 2017

Water is one of the main resources needed to support life, that’s something scientists have agreed upon for centuries now. Without irrigate you’d dehydrate and die out faster than if you were to hop-skip eating, but there’s more applications for ocean than merely survival- it can also produce electricity! Using the engineering lore we’ve brought […]

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Alfred Brendel on their own lives in music:’ Impatience was not a vice’

Published in Odd and Fun on 31st July 2017

The great pianist at 85, looked at playing, writing, living, adoring and speculating how he managed to fit so much better in Where, and how, does a musicians announcing reveal itself? It can be stimulated by aesthetic activity and aesthetic reclines in the family, by the early opportunity to listen to concerts and opera, by […]

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South Korea Vows More Action Against North Korea After Rocket Launch

Published in Odd and Fun on 31st July 2017

SEOUL, Feb 16( Reuters) – South Korean President Park Geun-hye pledged on Tuesday farther “strong” quantifies against North koreans, after suspending runnings at a jointly run industrial park as punishment for the North’s recent long-range rocket open and nuclear test. North Korea’s recent wars, and threats to conduct more “extreme acts of provocation, ” demonstrate […]

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‘Plastic bag’ womb could help keep premature babies alive

Published in Odd and Fun on 31st July 2017

( CNN) An artificial womb resembling a plastic luggage has been used to keep premature lambs alive for four weeks outside of their own mothers’ wombs and could one day be applied to premature babies. The shut pouch, make use of polythene, contains amniotic fluid to provide all the nutrients and protecting needed for growth […]

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God in the machine: my strange passage into transhumanism

Published in Odd and Fun on 31st July 2017

The long speak: After losing her religion, a former evangelical Christian detected adrift in “the worlds”. She then discovered solace in a radical technological philosophy but its predicts of afterlife and spiritual transcendence soon seemed unsettlingly familiar I first read Ray Kurzweils book, The Age of Spiritual Machines, in 2006, a few years after I […]

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Is there a London 2012 Olympics ‘curse’? – BBC News

Published in Odd and Fun on 31st July 2017

Image copyright iStock It’s been reported that 18 jocks who played in the 2012 London Olympics have died since the Games. French-language media has already begun says something about a “curse”, but is there any justification for this? It seems the first mention of “the ghastly expletive of the London Olympic Games” was acquired in […]

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This 90 -Year-Old Rejected Chemo Treatments For Her Cancer. What She Does Instead Is Brilliant

Published in Odd and Fun on 31st July 2017

A cancer diagnosis is always grisly and absolutely devastating. Its still a huge executioner and there is no magic potion or miracle cure to make it entirely go away. Instead theres surgery, chemo, and radiation. Not to favorable, but typically the only option for most, although there are survival is still not insured. The influence […]

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Charlie Gard mothers lose European tribunal plea – BBC News

Published in Odd and Fun on 31st July 2017

Image copyright PA Image caption Charlie Gard has been in intensive attend since October last year Judges at the European Court of Human Claim have spurned a plea from the parents of terminally-ill newborn Charlie Gard to intervene in his case. Chris Gard and Connie Yates lost their final law order to take their son […]

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Remembering The Armenian Genocide

Published in Odd and Fun on 31st July 2017

April 24 th is the commemoration of the Armenian Genocide. It was 102 years ago that the Ottoman Turks inaugurated a lengthy and methodological plan to eradicate Armenians. The upshot left over 1.5 million Armenians dead. Survivors were left without a homeland and in a state of pain. They were refugees fleeing for survival. I […]

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