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#629: Expect Delays

We all love to travel to different places, but not many of us like the stressful, banal process of the journey. This week, stories about delays—including a town known entirely for its speed trap, and a woman who comes up against bureaucratic nightmares every time she wants to go just a few blocks away. 11 more words

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nocebo: Word of the day for October 23, 2017

nocebo , n :
(pharmacology, also attributive) A substance which a patient experiences as harmful due to a previous negative perception, but which is in fact pharmacologically (medicinally) inactive. 7 more words

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Week of Reformation Sunday... 10/29/2017 *push/click*

Almighty God, source of every blessing, your generous goodness comes to us anew every day. By the work of your Spirit lead us to acknowledge your goodness, give thanks for your benefits, and serve you in willing obedience; through your Son, Jesus Christ our Lord. 605 more words

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Autumn science (and home decor)

Another way we learn is by collecting berries, seeds, and leaves in the fall. We fill a glass jar or vase with all the exciting things they find and use it as our centerpiece. 96 more words

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Brain Acceleration Technique Proven to Enhance Learning, Improve Memory

Brain Acceleration Technique Proven to Enhance Learning, Improve Memory

Everyone could be wearing a tDCS cap in 5-10 years, top scientist states.

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How World Travel Can Change Your Views on Foreign Policy

How World Travel Can Change Your Views on Foreign Policy

Americans tend to view themselves as the center of the universe, which isn’t surprising if you read our newspapers or watch TV. 23 more words

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