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2 Corinthians 11: sieve or bucket (b) so what?

So what does that have to do with Jesus?  What does all this talk of sieves and buckets have to do with 2 Corinthians 11:4? 416 more words

Is it really up to me?

Anything is Possible
You know that I’m unstoppable
When I try there’s nothing I can’t do
Anything is Possible
I can overcome any obstacle
It’s up to me to make my dreams come true… 643 more words

2 Corinthians 11: sieve or bucket?

There is such a phenomenal amount of information that the universe has on supply.  There are so many things that I could or should no, some things that I forget, some things that I will never know because there is so much to know and my brain is small, forming only a small fraction of my body weight.   567 more words

Getting prime numbers using Sieve of Eratosthenes

Hello, what’s up…

So, I’ll be talking today about a very simple technique to extract the prime numbers from a range of numbers.

When thinking about finding the prime numbers you start to think that you’d need to find the numbers that are not dividable by anything but themselves and 1. 483 more words

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Don't just use spades in a sand tray!

I can hear tuts of disbelief.

Don’t just use spades in a sand tray.

Pfffft.

That’s what spades are for.

Digging in sand.

Only thing is, when it comes to planning children’s activities and encouraging their development you gotta think outside the box a little. 373 more words

Makin' sweet sweet cheese: a liveblog of The Stink's attempt to make paneer

Howdy, faithful Stinkers!

You are in for a treat today. You’re getting a taste of my first attempt at cheese-making.

This morning, I – along with my ‘glamorous assistant’ (i.e. 324 more words

the Needle and the Sieve

The Indian, definitely more fun version of the ‘pot calling the kettle black’.

The sieve from the day at the site reminded me of this old Bengali adage, of the needle who asks the sieve – ” why do you have holes in your bottom” ! 77 more words

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