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The Wright Brothers Fly to the Moon

The first airplane flight covered a mere 852 feet, but a part of that plane ultimately flew nearly half a million miles. 76 more words


Jamestown and Williamsburg, Virginia, and the Outer Banks, North Carolina: November 2017

With an extra day off work for the Veteran’s Day holiday, Chris and I were anxious to get out of town and see some nearby sites. 1,299 more words


“Dis” It – Why Ideas Emerge from DISagreement

“Dis” It – Why Ideas Emerge from DISagreement

By Shlomo Maital


   Wharton School Professor Adam Grant writes often and well in the New York Times. In his Op-Ed piece on Nov. 451 more words

Innovation Blog

The Gold shower

The news ‘Gold smugglers turn new age alchemists’ in Times of India Chennai dated 11th Nov 2017.

‘As long as rats are on this earth, they will make burrows’. 477 more words

November 5 @ I Peter 1-3

I Peter 1-3 (NLT) 

Discover His heart:  He rewards our belief in Him with the salvation of our soul

The thought of man flying through the air was a dream and imagination in the minds of many great thinkers a century ago.  524 more words

Daily Devotions

Flying food particles

At restaurants of future, food may fly into your mouth

The caption in Times of India dated 24th October 2017 Page 15 Times Trends


“The world is made to run faster or the man is trying to run faster to build an empire? 1,341 more words

Wright Brothers Spitalfields - Bombay Sapphire Terrace

We all love a trip to Spitalfields. Whether its browsing market stalls, sampling authentic street food, exporing the surrounding Shoreditch or all of the above. And with the introduction of The Kitchens providing new locations for existing London restaurants and a permenant home for graduating street food vendors, there’s even more to explore under one of the most celebrated roofs in East London. 279 more words