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Inspiration

Happy Birthday, Marie Curie!

By Shelby RogersNovember 07, 2016Marie Curie might be the single most important female scientist in history. Image Courtesy of Wikimedia Were she alive today, Curie would be celebrating her 149th birthday.In her 67 years, the scientific superhero became the first woman to win the Nobel Prize. She& 39;s also the only woman to win the award in two distinct categories - both physics and chemistry.
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How-to

How to bake an apple pie

Combine flour, sugar, salt, and baking powder in a bowl.Cut in shortening with a pastry blender until mixture resembles coarse meal.Make a well in center of flour mixture.Combine melted butter and boiling water.Pour butter mixture into center of well.Gently draw flour mixture into butter mixture until moist clumps form.
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How-to

How to make santa hat nails

Hi guys! For this holidays I& 39;m going to show you how to make this easy and cute design Santa hats going to look really nice on your nails! Thank for watching! =•.•=Start applying base coat on your nails then add two coats of a glitter nail polishUse a tape to make a triangle and paint it red after remove the tape and you will have your trianglesUsing a white nail polish and a big dotting tool make a dot on the top of the triangleMake small dots with a dotting tool in the tip of the trianglesFinally add a top coat to seal your design and add shine!
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How-to

How to test to see if you have ocular dominance eye/hand

When I was in elementary school I was kind of reading slow. Turns out I& 39;m right handed but my left eye is my dominant eye.There are some disagreements about how it effects people. For me it seemed to effect how well I was able to find the next line as I was reading. So I just practiced with a ruler guide.
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Industry

South Korean Scientists Smash Nuclear Fusion Record

By Shelby RogersDecember 19, 2016Physicists in South Korea managed to keep high-performance plasma stable for 70 seconds this week. This gives the Korean Superconducting Tokamak Advanced Research (KSTAR) reactor the record for the longest ever time sustaining such reaction. Image Source: Michael Maccagnan/Wikipedia This superheated plasma holds the key to unlocking nuclear fusion for virtually limitless and reliable energy.
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Innovation

This Machine Produces Drinking Water From Thin Air

September 25, 2016Clean drinking water is an increasingly major concern in many parts of the world, especially in hot, humid regions. Water-Gen is targeting humidity as a viable source of water for communities in these areas. Image source: Water-Gen Water-Gen is a company with a plan: to bring drinking water to the world.
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