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July 12, 2013, 19:25:38 PM by Radman
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July 12, 2013, 18:42:46 PM by Radman
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This is Malala Yousafzai. Last year, the Taliban shot her on her school bus in Pakistan because she was campaigning for universal education and girls' rights.
She was flown to the U.K. for surgery to repair the damage the bullet caused to her brain. She is now back at school and continues to be an activist for every child's right to education.
Today is her 16th birthday. And because she's so awesome and fearless the United Nations has declared it Malala Day! She just gave her first public speech about the importance of universal education at the U.N. headquarters in New York.
July 03, 2013, 23:15:37 PM by Radman
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A language native to Peru, Taushiro exists solely along the banks of the Aguaruna River by one man, Amadeo Garcia. The loneliness is almost palpable; aware that no one else would be able to understand him, Garcia can only share the cultural wealth and heritage that comes with that language with himself. Around others, Garcia speaks Spanish like most everyone else. if, for whatever reason, you were to need to express the concept of “a dozen” things, good luck: in Taushiro, there are no words for numbers above ten. To say anything above ten, you would say “ashintu” and point to a toe.
June 12, 2013, 21:41:40 PM by Radman
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Cinemagraphs are GIFs that combine a still photographic with one animated element. The result is a fantastic blend of the static and the dynamic, especially when one adds in the aesthetics of Stanley Kubrick movies. For your viewing pleasure, Stanley Kubrick cinemagraph GIFs:
May 24, 2013, 08:28:41 AM by williamblake
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what money saving tips do you follow for child's education so that you can give them a debt free student life.
May 24, 2013, 08:27:30 AM by williamblake
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what is 529 plan. is it different from registered education saving plans?
April 23, 2013, 12:25:00 PM by Radman
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April 13, 2013, 12:37:57 PM by Radman
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Palinopsia is a visual disturbance that causes images to persist to some extent even after their corresponding stimulus has left. Though afterimages are a normal response to stimulus, for persons suffering from palinopsia, the afterimages persist to a much greater degree and become impossible to ignore.
There are positive and negative afterimages. A positive afterimage is usually shorter and the coloring of the afterimage will be the same as the original, where a negative afterimage will last longer and the colors will be inverted. Those with palinopsia usually see a trail of positive afterimages, as seen in this video simulation:
In unaffected individuals, afterimages are thought to be a retinal phenomenon, however, in the case of those with palinopsia, doctors think the increased presence of afterimages is actually caused by the brain. Though palinopsia can appear on its own, it's most often noted in conjunction with other brain-related disorders such as visual snow, tumors, or seizures.
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