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Your Thoughts And The Multiverse

Today’s post is a follow up to a guest article that I did on the superb blog of Tricia Barker. 2,736 more words

Self Improvement

John Eliot and Nonantum

Reverend John Eliot, the so-called “Apostle to the Indians”

In the 1646 to 1674 period, the Reverend John Eliot of Roxbury, the so-called Apostle to the Indians, converted some 1100 Massachusetts natives to the Christian religion and played a central role in establishing fourteen “Praying Indian” communities in the eastern part of Massachusetts. 1,483 more words

History

Thoughts on Reality

Thoughts on Reality

Have you ever thought and wondered if what you see, hear, smell, taste and touch  is real?These are just some of my musings on why that is unlikely and that everyone probably experiences a different reality. 1,738 more words

Richard Kefford

Newton Motion V review

Firstly, I’ve been wearing Newtons for a good few years now and I’ve tried out several of their styles (Gravity, Fate, Kismet etc…) but by far my favourites have been the Motions. 320 more words

Motion V

C.R.E.A.M. (Creativity Rules Everything Around Me)

IT FALLS TO THE LOT OF VERY FEW TO BE COUNTED AMONG THAT ELITE GROUP WHO HAVE SUCCEEDED IN PERFECTING SCIENTIFIC TRADITION BY RECASTING ITS VERY MEANING. 8,847 more words

Academic

Newton's First Law of Motion

Newton’s First Law of Motion”, a video done by Smart Learning for All on youtube.com, is a 5 minute video that defines Newton’s First Law of Motion, in a kid friendly manner.  67 more words

General Science

Nancy Jane (Newton) Simmons

Nancy Jane Newton was born on January 4th, 1845 to William and Nancy (Haley) Newton.  I believe she was born in Mississippi.  By 1850, the census found the family living in War Eagle, Arkansas.   282 more words

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