Monthly Archives: December 2016

The 1. Lesson Aluminum Teaches Us All.

Gaius Plinius Caecilius Secundus, who was also referred to as Pliny the Elder, was born in the year AD 23 in Italy. He was commander of the navy and army in the early Roman Empire. Pliny was later also an

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Newly Discovered 40 Year Old Pencil Sketches

Source: Newly Discovered 40 Year Old Pencil Sketches

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I LOVE THE RED ALERTS, BUT…

When I see these red alert buttons, I get excited and head on over there to see what it promises, something good, a reward perhaps or a really badass challenge!  It’s like “Tree-mail” is to Survivor contestants.” My problem is, that

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Newly Discovered 40 Year Old Pencil Sketches

When we are young, we are brimful of ideas, a world to conquer and yes there is an actor, on the periphery, a playwright, a relic hunter of priceless artifacts a super detective that always gets his quarry.  A soldier

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What Do Baby Cardinal fish And Dung Beetles Make Use Of The Solar System For?

Biologist Marie Dacke, of Lund University in Sweden, said, her team wanted to know how the African dung beetles roll their dung balls in a perfectly straight line at night. So they brought the bugs to a planetarium.While the humble

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IS IT PERMITTED TO SHARE OTHER NIUME WRITER’S CONTENT?

Going through my stats, I notice that of all my interactive data feedback, an item, found at the foot of someone’s post called Niume Community and Facebook Comments as well as the “Share” icon on the back page, are contextually

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Posting Before and After Photos of Aleppo and It’s Heartbreaking

The situation in Aleppo is on everyone’s lips right now. Atrocities are never acceptable, yet somehow when these inhumanities to man sake place at times when the issues of peace and goodwill towards all people are being celebrated, it seems

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