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Poison-hemlock identification - Conium maculatum - poison-hemlock can be deadly; it has gained notoriety through its use in the state execution of Socrates.

Poison-hemlock identification - Conium maculatum




57 Woodley Ct, Meriden, CT 06450 | Trulia ( It's my friend's Condo that's for sale, wish I could afford this it's so reasonable. The pictures say it all.) He's very handy everythings perfect. Damn I love it!

57 Woodley Ct, Meriden, CT 06450 | Trulia


They took down all the pictures, damn! It's worth seeing that's all I can say. My kids are looking to buy, they are going to look. It's Transit Oriented Development. You can take rail both the parkway and highway transect. The best part of Meriden's transit is it's located in the middle of the state. A great location, with easy access. You have a local hospital, college, beautiful natural vista's. Fantastic shopping and restaurants.

Great affordable place to homeschool your kid.

5 Classic Poisons and the People Who Used Them | Mental Floss

5 Classic Poisons and the People Who Used Them | Mental Floss

Putting keys in freezer could prevent car break-ins / keeping your keys in your freezer or microwave could help. VPC ... The heavy metal cages around the appliances all block the amplifier

Putting keys in freezer could prevent car break-ins

Mannish Boy - Muddy Waters 60's - 70's Rock non-stop compilation Vol. 04 HQ audio. - YouTube

60's - 70's Rock non-stop compilation Vol. 04 HQ audio. - YouTube



I love this tune!

Delta's 'Innovation Lines' could change travel forever

Delta's 'Innovation Lines' could change travel forever



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John Mullins "The New Business Road Test" - Campus Talks

Ready, Fire, Aim book - Michael Masterson

Full text of "Business Plans: The New Business Road Test"

Full text of "Business Plans: The New Business Road Test"

Business Plans: The New Business Road Test : Free Download & Streaming : Internet Archive

Business Plans: The New Business Road Test : Free Download & Streaming : Internet Archive

Take The revised Maslow's hierarchy of needs Test | OkCupid

Take The revised Maslow's hierarchy of needs Test | OkCupid

Jury sides with Hulk Hogan, awards $115M in Gawker sex tape suit | The State

Jury sides with Hulk Hogan, awards $115M in Gawker sex tape suit | The State

Do Squatters Actually Have Rights? | Credit.com

Do Squatters Actually Have Rights? | Credit.com

What We Know About Homelessness | Partnership for Strong Communities -

What We Know About Homelessness | Partnership for Strong Communities

Mom - Food Safety News, Senate votes to end USDA catfish inspections, which just got underway | "drawing fire from Capitol Hill because it is finding dangerous carcinogens and antibiotics in fish shipments from Asian nations

Senate votes to end USDA catfish inspections, which just got underway | Food Safety News

10 Turmeric Benefits: Superior to Medications? - Dr. Axe

10 Turmeric Benefits: Superior to Medications? - Dr. Axe



Health Benefits of Turmeric

When examining the research, turmeric benefits go beyond that of these 10 drugs:
  • Anti-inflammatory drugs
  • Anti-depressants (Prozac)
  • Chemotherapy
  • Anti-coagulants (Aspirin)
  • Pain killers
  • Diabetes drugs (Metformin)
  • Arthritis medications
  • Inflammatory bowel disease drugs
  • Cholesterol drugs (Lipitor)
  • Steroids

4 Legs of Love - Sprouts for Dogs

4 Legs of Love - Sprouts for Dogs



4 Legs of Love - Sprouts For Dogs

Red Clover, Alfalfa, Broccoli, 7 Lentils, Mung Beans & Hulless Oats This New (2009) Mix is the perfect raw sprout mix-in for dogs. Tested and approved by our beloved mutts; Dobie and Chester. 4 Legs of Love also has our veterinarian's stamp...

Amazon bought this hotel and turned it into a homeless shelter - Business Insider

Amazon bought this hotel and turned it into a homeless shelter - Business Insider

Discover the Healthy Noodle - Shirataki Noodles — An Incredibly Healthy High-Fiber, No-Carb Food

Discover the Healthy Noodle - Shirataki Noodles




You CAN Love Someone Else, Even If You Don't Love Yourself

You CAN Love Someone Else, Even If You Don't Love Yourself



"I used to believe all the spiritual, New Age, self-help assertions, all those depressing ultimatums. You know the ones—
You can’t really love another until you love yourself.
You don’t know true forgiveness until your forgive yourself.
You can’t blah blah blah until you blah blah blah yourself.
I call bullshit.
I’ve been loving and forgiving and accepting other people for a long time, and I still haven’t mastered doing it with myself. I’ve gotten a lot better at it, to be sure, but I’m a helluva lot more likely to accept things in those I love than I am to accept the same things in myself. For now anyway.
It’s a lot harder to love and forgive and accept ourselves than it is to do with others, especially those we care about the most. If we waited to get to the point of full blown self-love before we dared to love anyone else, this would be a desperately lonely planet."

Eliminate the TB Scourge - The New York Times

Eliminate the TB Scourge - The New York Times

Watch - Leo Buscaglia - The Art of Being Fully Human (1 of 4) - YouTube

Leo Buscaglia - The Art of Being Fully Human (1 of 4) - YouTube

Alibaba's World Audiobook | Porter Erisman | Audible.com ( Jack Ma's my hero, he's the World's 21st Century Underdog.)

Alibaba's World Audiobook | Porter Erisman | Audible.com


Publisher's Summary

In September 2014, a Chinese company that most Americans had never heard of held the largest IPO in history - bigger than Google, Facebook, and Twitter combined. Alibaba, now the world's largest ecommerce company, mostly escaped Western notice for over 10 years, while building a customer base larger than Amazon's and handling the bulk of ecommerce transactions in China. How did it happen? And what was it like to be along for such a revolutionary ride?
In Alibaba's World, author Porter Erisman, one of Alibaba's first Western employees and its head of international marketing from 2000 to 2008, shows how Jack Ma, a Chinese schoolteacher who twice failed his college entrance exams, rose from obscurity to found Alibaba and lead it from struggling startup to the world's most dominant ecommerce player. He shares stories of weathering the dotcom crash, facing down eBay and Google, negotiating with the unpredictable Chinese government, and enduring the misguided advice of foreign experts, all to build the behemoth that's poised to sweep the ecommerce world today. And he analyzes Alibaba's role as a harbinger of the new global business landscape - with its focus on the East rather than the West, emerging markets over developed ones, and the nimble entrepreneur over the industry titan. As we face this near future, the story of Alibaba - and its inevitable descendants - is both essential and instructive.
©2015 Porter Erisman (P)2015 Blackstone Audio, Inc.

The Emperor of All Maladies: A Biography of Cancer Written by: Siddhartha Mukherjee | Audible.com

The Emperor of All Maladies Audiobook | Siddhartha Mukherjee | Audible.com



Publisher's Summary

A magnificent, beautifully written "biography" of cancer - from its first documented appearances thousands of years ago through the epic battles to cure, control, and conquer it to a radical new understanding of its essence.
The Emperor of All Maladies reveals the many faces of an iconic, shape-shifting disease that is the defining plague of our generation. The story of cancer is a story of human ingenuity, resilience, and perseverance but also of hubris, arrogance, paternalism, and misperception, all leveraged against a disease that, just three decades ago, was thought to be easily vanquished in an all-out "war against cancer". Mukherjee recounts centuries of discoveries, setbacks, victories, and deaths, told through the eyes of his predecessors and peers, training their wits against an infinitely resourceful adversary. The audiobook is like a literary thriller with cancer as the central character.
From the Persian Queen Atossa, whose Greek slave may have cut off her diseased breast, to the 19th-century recipients of primitive radiation and chemotherapy to Mukherjee's own leukemia patient, Carla, The Emperor of All Maladies is about the people who have soldiered through toxic, bruising, and draining regimens in order to survive - and to increase the store of human knowledge.
©2010 Siddhartha Mukherjee, MD (P)2010 Simon & Schuster

The Gene Audiobook | Siddhartha Mukherjee | Audible.com

The Gene Audiobook | Siddhartha Mukherjee | Audible.com





I must buy this book at Audible, Yes! DD



Publisher's Summary

From the Pulitzer Prize-winning, best-selling author of The Emperor of All Maladies, a magnificent history of the gene and a response to the defining question of the future: What becomes of being human when we learn to "read" and "write" our own genetic information?
The extraordinary Siddhartha Mukherjee has written a biography of the gene as deft, brilliant, and illuminating as his extraordinarily successful biography of cancer. Weaving science, social history, and personal narrative to tell us the story of one of the most important conceptual breakthroughs of modern times, Mukherjee animates the quest to understand human heredity and its surprising influence on our lives, personalities, identities, fates, and choices.
Throughout the narrative, the story of Mukherjee's own family - with its tragic and bewildering history of mental illness - cuts like a bright red line, reminding us of the many questions that hang over our ability to translate the science of genetics from the laboratory to the real world. In superb prose and with an instinct for the dramatic scene, he describes the centuries of research and experimentation - from Aristotle and Pythagoras to Mendel and Darwin, from Boveri and Thomas Morgan to Crick, Watson, and Rosa Franklin, all the way through the revolutionary 21st-century innovators who mapped the human genome.
As The New Yorker said of The Emperor of All Maladies, "It's hard to think of many books for a general audience that have rendered any area of modern science and technology with such intelligence, accessibility, and compassion.... An extraordinary achievement."
A riveting, revelatory, and magisterial history of a scientific idea coming to life and an essential preparation for the moral complexity introduced by our ability to create or "write" the human genome, The Gene is a must-listen for everyone concerned about the definition and future of humanity. This is the most crucial science of our time, intimately explained by a master.
©2016 Siddhartha Mukherjee (P)2016 Simon & Schuster

The Great Manta weighed over 5,000 pounds and was caught in Brielle, NJ, 1933. What a shame what humanity (we) have done to the bountiful blessing of our oceans.

Rare, Bizarre Historical Photos That Will Leave You Speechless - Page 11 of 42 - WorldLifestyle





The Great Manta weighed over 5,000 pounds and was caught in Brielle, NJ, 1933.



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Rare, Bizarre Historical Photos That Will Leave You Speechless - Page 9 of 42 - WorldLifestyle

Rare, Bizarre Historical Photos That Will Leave You Speechless - Page 9 of 42 - WorldLifestyle

Mark Twain “If voting made any difference they wouldn't let us do it.” ― Mark Twain 2016





Mark Twain

“If voting made any difference they wouldn't let us do it.”


― Mark Twain

Google I/O biggest flops, hits - Business Insider

Google I/O biggest flops, hits - Business Insider

Former FBI hostage negotiator Chris Voss: What to say when you can’t get the salary you want - Business Insider

Former FBI hostage negotiator Chris Voss: What to say when you can’t get the salary you want - Business Insider

Be Proactive - Outsmart Ticks with Smart Landscaping - Natural Health - MOTHER EARTH NEWS - Tick Season Is Made Worse Due To Warmer Winters -

Outsmart Ticks with Smart Landscaping - Natural Health - MOTHER EARTH NEWS

Climate Changing for Sustainable Investing | Durable Portfolio Construction by Natixis Global Asset Management - I'll need to check this out.

Climate Changing for Sustainable Investing | Durable Portfolio Construction by Natixis Global Asset Management

Prestigious jobs with low pay - Business Insider

Prestigious jobs with low pay - Business Insider

Nasdaq lawsuit threat to SEC over IEX - Business Insider

Nasdaq lawsuit threat to SEC over IEX - Business Insider

Recognize & Avoid Job Scams | Student Employment | University of Colorado Boulder

Recognize & Avoid Job Scams | Student Employment | University of Colorado Boulder

News | Tiny U.S. Region Is Methane 'Hot Spot,' NASA Finds

News | Tiny U.S. Region Is Methane 'Hot Spot,' NASA Finds

Methane Matters : Scientists Work to Quantify the Effects of a Potent Greenhouse Gas - Feature Articles

Methane Matters : Feature Articles

Rearth's Observatory Subscribe Today I do! 

Methane Matters

Scientists Work to Quantify the Effects of a Potent Greenhouse Gas

By Adam Voiland

Design by Joshua StevensMarch 8, 2016
Bystanders watch as natural gas burns alongside a crater, caused by natural gas drilling.
Turkmenistan's Darvaza Crater continues to burn decades after a drilling operation caused it to collapse. The fires were initially set to prevent excess natural gas from leaking. (Photo by NMK Photography, adapted under a Creative Commons license)
For a chemical compound that shows up nearly everywhere on the planet, methane still surprises us. It is one of the most potent greenhouse gases, and yet the reasons for why and where it shows up are often a mystery. What we know for sure is that a lot more methane (CH4) has made its way into the atmosphere since the beginning of the Industrial Revolution. Less understood is why the ebb and flow of this gas has changed in recent decades.
READ MORE SEE LINK AT TOP OF PAGE & SUBSCRIBE _ I DO! 

Two new plants to bottle  Baikal's 'pure' water for foreign export

Two new plants to bottle  Baikal's 'pure' water for foreign export



Two new plants to bottle Baikal's 'pure' water for foreign export

By The Siberian Times reporter
19 December 2015
Projects in Buryatia underway despite warnings of a crisis in pollution in world's deepest lake.

Khabarovsk to get tallest building outside Moscow, the first 'skyscraper' in Siberia and Far East

Khabarovsk to get tallest building outside Moscow, the first 'skyscraper' in Siberia and Far East

Allow visa-free tourism between Russia and China, says senior Beijing official

Allow visa-free tourism between Russia and China, says senior Beijing official

Extent of Chinese influence in Russian Far East shown by investment in Khabarovsk

Extent of Chinese influence in Russian Far East shown by investment in Khabarovsk



Extent of Chinese influence in Russian Far East shown by investment in Khabarovsk

By The Siberian Times reporter
03 January 2016
More than 300 enterprises now have investment from China in this Far East region.

otal Chinese investment into joint projects in Khabarovsk is 1.2 billion rubles, or $16.5 million at 
current exchange rates. Picture: Anton Rydkin
Chinese money tops 45% of foreign investment in the region, one of a number of Far East 
areas prioritised for fast track development by the Russian government. 
'The total number of companies with Chinese investment among all enterprises with foreign 
investments exceeds 45 percent,' said an official in the Khararovsk government. Over 300 
enterprises with investment from China are operating...... 
READ MORE- LINK AT THE TOP OF PAGE

Irkutsk to get futuristic new $58 million Smart School, unique in the world

Irkutsk to get futuristic new $58 million Smart School, unique in the world

Success: maiden launch sends 3 satellites into orbit

Success: maiden launch sends 3 satellites into orbit



Success: maiden launch sends 3 satellites into orbit

By The Siberian Times reporter
28 April 2016
One day after aborted blastoff, new $6 billion Vostochny cosmodrome is finally in business.
Vostochny Cosmodrome could be used for moon missions in future. Picture: RosCosmos
The inaugural unmanned Soyuz-2.1A launch from the new Amur region spaceport went off without a 
hitch, 24 hours after a technical glitch halted the scheduled liftoff on Wednesday. President Vladimir 
Putin was among those watching the maiden launch at Vostochny, which in the coming decades is 
expected to host Russia's reach for the moon and Mars. 
Many locals also watched the historic debut flight from the country's new cosmodrome. 
'I want to congratulate you. There is something to be proud of,' Putin told cosmodrome workers and 
Roskosmos officials.

Read More! See link at top of page

F.D.A. Finishes Food Labels for How We Eat Now - The New York Times

F.D.A. Finishes Food Labels for How We Eat Now - The New York Times

Lake Baikal and remote Siberian caves 'hold key to new advances in antibiotics'

Lake Baikal and remote Siberian caves 'hold key to new advances in antibiotics'



Lake Baikal and remote Siberian caves 'hold key to new advances in antibiotics'

By Olga Gertcyk
06 April 2016
Scientists make crucial new discoveries of bacteria, up to 30 million years old.Strain

Lake Baikal and remote Siberian caves 'hold key to new advances in antibiotics' Scientists make crucial new discoveries of bacteria, up to 30 million years old.

Lake Baikal and remote Siberian caves 'hold key to new advances in antibiotics'

Lake Baikal and remote Siberian caves 'hold key to new advances in antibiotics'

By Olga Gertcyk
06 April 2016
Scientists make crucial new discoveries of bacteria, up to 30 million years old.

Remains of ancient islands closely resembling Hawaii are found in Tian Shan mountains

Remains of ancient islands closely resembling Hawaii are found in Tian Shan mountains

Scientists may have discovered 12,000 year old mother's milk, frozen in permafrost

Scientists may have discovered 12,000 year old mother's milk, frozen in permafrost

Scientists may have discovered 12,000 year old mother's milk, frozen in permafrost

Examination of ancient cave lion cub offers prospect of 'oldest-ever breast milk.

200,000 year old soil found one of 'most important' sites in the world for the study of permafrost.

Science

200,000 year old soil found at mysterious crater, a 'gate to the subterranean world'

Locals hear 'booms from the underworld' in giant ravine but now scientists say it holds secrets of the planet's past.
By The Siberian Times reporter 
18 May 2016
"The expedition was a 'pilot study' at one of 'most important' sites in the world for the study of permafrost. The samples will be examined in more detail at the Institute of Physicochemical and Biological Problems in Soil Science in Pushchino, near Moscow, he said."

Spring is in the air as migrating birds flock EARLY to Siberia

Spring is in the air as migrating birds flock EARLY to Siberia

Invasion of Siberia... by hordes of stink bugs - 26 April 2016 Bugapocalypse swarms are attacking towns and cities

Invasion of Siberia... by hordes of stink bugs

Wildfires rage in Siberia and Russian Far East

Wildfires rage in Siberia and Russian Far East

Climate Prediction Center - monthly Outlook "If Alaska's that hot what will happen to Siberia and greenland?"DD

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11 things we learned about social enterprise in international development | Guardian Sustainable Business | social enterprise in filling the gap

11 things we learned about social enterprise in international development | Guardian Sustainable Business | The Guardian




How to Replace a Catalytic Converter

Replacing your Catalytic Converter (How to pass smog) - YouTube

Replacing your Catalytic Converter (How to pass smog) - YouTube

Dying to be me! Anita Moorjani at TEDxBayArea ( A Near Death Experience ) remarkably similar to mine. Mine was from being lost in a lake underwater.