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Post by Alina on 27th September 2014, 2:50 pm

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Post by Alina on 16th October 2014, 10:58 am

VERY INTERESTING TO KNOW


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Post by Alina on 17th October 2014, 8:05 am

Rare Candid Photos Of Famous People Together Like You've Never Seen Them


President George H. Bush and Arnold Schwarzenegger sledding at Camp David.


Michael Jackson and Paul McCartney finding time to finish cleaning the dishes.




Madonna, Sting and Tupac Shakur sharing a table. 



President Obama and George Clooney chatting in the oval office.



[size=21]Bette Midler, David Bowie, Michael Jackson and Cher enjoying a short break.






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Post by LuisaBradusca on 17th October 2014, 8:12 am

dancingstar smile2 lol3

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Post by Alina on 17th October 2014, 9:30 am

The Rekindle Candle that allows the  candle that can be used again and again. 



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 The Evolution Door has 4 panels that flip to open and close. 



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Post by Alina on 17th October 2014, 9:31 am

The Hövding , or invisible bike helmet, is actually an airbag that inflates on impact. 



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Post by Alina on 21st October 2014, 4:10 pm

Very useful website!!!

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Creates a list with items you should take with you on a vacation!

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Ingenious Lamps Are Designed To Offer More Light For Indoor Plants


Milo is a brilliant lamp designed by Poland-based studio Lightovo that doubles as a modern display for potted plants. More than that, it is also a mini greenhouse for indoor plants, offering each flowering shrub a little more light. The built-in LED light source is set to a color temperature of 4000K (closely simulating daylight) and since it's an LED, there is no heat emission, which means no cause for concern about overheating the plant.


 




 




 



 




 





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24 Unusual Beaches You’ve Never Heard Of Before



Do you think that beaches are blasé tourist destinations with nothing unique or interesting to offer? Well, you’re only partly correct. Many of them are over crowded and boring, but none of the beaches we feature here will disappoint. A singing beach, a glowing beach, a beach with rainbow-colored sand — here are the most offbeat seaside destinations you’ll find on Earth.

1. Glass Beach


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Location: Hanapepe, Kauai, Hawaii
What’s so special about it: Though it’s regular rock is basalt, the Glass Beach in Kauai is blanketed with millions of sea glass particles which came from years of discarded glass washed up on shore. Similar beaches include Fort Bragg and Benicia, which are both in California. Source 

2. Green Sand Beach


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Location: Papakolea Beach/Mahana Beach, South Point, Ka’u, Hawaii
What’s so special about it: Thanks to the mineral olivine, which comes from the nearby cinder cone, this peculiar beach sparkles a brilliant green. It’s only one of the four beaches in the world with bright green sand, the others being Talofofo Beach, Guam, Punta Cormorant on Floreana Island in the Galapagos Islands, and Hornindalsvatnet, Norway. Source

3. Hot Water Beach


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Location: East coast of the Coromandel Peninsula, New Zealand
What’s so special about it: Drive down to this beach armed with a shovel, because the best thing to do here is to dig your very own DIY spa. This geothermal beach can get as hot as 64°C (147°F), its heated water spouting from two nearby underground springs. Check out their website for updates on the water conditions before you drop by. Source

4. Tunnel Beach


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Location: Dunedin, New Zealand
What’s so special about it: After trekking across a private farmland, beach-goers must pass this long creepy tunnel to get to the actual beach. On the other side are beautiful sandstone cliffs, rock arches, caves, and other stunning rock formations against the backdrop of the magnificent Pacific Ocean. Source

5. Star Sand Beach


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Location: Irimote Island, Japan
What’s so special about it: Visitors of the star sand beaches of Irimote Island and neighboring islands in southern Japan are more often seen crouched over the sand, examining the curiously-shaped particles on their hands. Star sand are actually exoskeletons of foraminiferans (microscopic marine organisms) which have washed up by the millions for years on the island’s shores. Those who look closely enough might find some that are still alive. Source

6. Singing Beach


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Location: Manchester-by-the-Sea, Massachusetts, USA
What’s so special about it: Before you get carried away by your imagination, the sounds coming from the friction between the grains of sand in this beach are actually more of the creaky, squeaky kind than the melodic, symphonic type, which is probably how you imagine it. Though you might call this false advertising, the experience is still one-of-a-kind. That Singing Beach is still one of of North Shore’s most popular attractions attests to that. Source

7. A sandy beach in the middle of a meadow


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Location: Playa De Gulpiyuri, Llanes, Spain
What’s so special about it: If you’re walking in a meadow and suddenly find yourself in a beach, it’s likely you’ve come to Playa De Gulpiyuri. Though the ocean is nowhere in sight, the beach is actually connected by a network of intricate underground waterways to the Atlantic where its water is sourced. Source

8. Pink Sand Beach


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Location: Harbour Island, Bahamas
What’s so special about it: Eroded particles from red corals across the eastern coast of the Bahamas have washed to shore to give the powdery sand of Harbor island a pinkish glow. If you’re a fan of pink, this beach is the way to go. Source

9. Purple Sand Beach


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Location: Pfeiffer Beach, Big Sur, California, USA
What’s so special about it: Another cute-colored sand beach is found in Big Sur, California. The purple tint of the sands of Pfeiffer Beach comes from its dominant mineral quartz combined with manganese garnet deposits found in the surrounding rocks. Source

10. Bioluminescent Beach


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Location: Maldives
What’s so special about it: It’s an ocean of stars! Bioluminescent phytoplankton, which glows when agitated, can be found in many shores all over the world, but it seems they’re found more often in Maldives. This amazing photo was taken by Taiwanese photographer Will Ho. Source

11. Beach of the Cathedrals


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Location: Playa de las Catedrales/Praia de Augas Santas, Ribadeo, Spain
What’s so special about it: Magnificent geological formations form a cathedral-like effect across this idyllic beach in Spain. The beach can only be easily accessible during low tide. Source

12. Bowling Ball Beach


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Location: Schooner Gulch State Beach, Mendocino County, California, USA
What’s so special about it: Large spherical rocks, like over-sized bowling balls, are scattered across the shore of this beach in Schooner Gulch. The boulders are said to have been caused by millions of years of erosion and “concretion” a rare geologic phenomenon also observed in the Moeraki and Koutu Boulders in New Zealand and Cannonball River in North Dakota. Source

13. Maho Beach


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Location: Saint Martin Island, Sint Maarten
What’s so special about it: With the beach’s location adjacent to the Princess Juliana International Airport, vacationers can actually jump up and touch a flying airplane. Source

14. Schoolhouse Beach


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Location: Washington Island, Wisconsin, USA
What’s so special about it: If you like beaches but absolutely hate sand sticking to your feet and getting everywhere else, you’ll love Schoolhouse Beach. Instead of icky sand, it’s covered in smooth limestone rocks that were glacier-polished for thousands of years. Each small rock is a geologic treasure that anyone caught trying to take one home has to pay a steep fine. Source 

15. Vanishing Beach


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Location: Chandipur Beach, eastern India
What’s so special about it: In the morning, the sea in Chandipur Beach vanishes completely like a miracle. It recedes up to 5 kilometers from the shore, giving visitors an opportunity to walk in the sea and explore the sea bed on foot. But once high tide kicks in, they better be back in shore, since that’s when the sea rushes back into place. This strange phenomenon happens twice a day throughout the year. Source

16. Hidden Beach


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Location: Playa de Amor, Marieta Islands, Mexico
What’s so special about it: This idyllic beach paradise was actually created when the Mexican government in the early 1900′s made a bombsite out of the area, blasting a huge hole on the canopy of the grotto. Despite its dreadful past, we’re actually grateful — the beach looks absolutely gorgeous! Source 

17. Black Sand Beach


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Location: Punalu’u Park, Hawaii
What’s so special about it: Sick of ordinary white sand beaches? Head down to Punalu’u Park for something entirely different. As for why the sand is colored black, we have theories. Source

18. White Sand Beach


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Location: Hyams Beach,, New South Wales, Australia
What’s so special about it: Hyams Beach holds a Guinness Record for having the whitest sand in the world. It’s like snow in summer! Source

19. Rainbow Beach


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Location: South-eastern Queensland, Australia
What’s so special about it: Multi-colored sand dunes surrounding the town supply Rainbow Beach with as many as 74 different colors of sand. The colorful sand dunes are a result of years of erosion and iron oxidation dating back since the Ice Age. Source

20. Round Pebble Beach


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Location: Mabua Pebble Beach, Surigao City, Philippines
What’s so special about it: Instead of sand, this beach is covered with a multitude of smooth round pebbles which the waves gathered in from the sea. According to reflexologists, walking on these stones has a strong therapeutic effect on the body., which makes this beach a popular getaway for those who want to relax and rejuvenate. Source

21. Pig Beach


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Location:  Big Major Cay, Bahamas
What’s so special about it: Big major Cay is an island in the Bahamas that’s populated by 20 or so feral pigs who are often seen lounging about and swimming in the clear waters around the island. No one really knows where they came from, but they sure are bringing more and more curious travelers to their island. Source

22. Scala Dei Turchi


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Location: southern Sicily, Realmonte, Italy
What’s so special about it: Scala dei Turchi is a set of stairs formed out of natural white rock by years of wave action. Beach-goers are often found covered in white paste made from the mineral Marl that’s abundant in the area and is said to be good for the skin.  Source

23. Whitehaven Beach


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Location: Whitsunday Island, Australia
What’s so special about it: Not only is Whitehaven Beach visually spectacular, it’s also actually awarded as the most eco-friendly beach in the world by CNN. Local sands are bright white containing a large amount of silica, which does not retain heat, enabling visitors to walk around the silky shore comfortably while barefoot on a sunny day.    Source

24. Shell Beach


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Location: L’Haridon Bight,  Shark Bay, western Australia
What’s special about it: A 7 to 10 meter thick layer of cockle shells covers the entire shoreline of this fascinating beach. Due to the high salinity of the water, cockles proliferate abundantly in the absence of its natural predators, who cannot survive in such harsh environment. It is one of the only two beaches made entirely out of shells. Source

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A desert that turns into a beach on certain parts of the year


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Location: Lençóis Maranhenses National Park, Maranhão, Brazil.
What’s so special about it: Every start of the year, continuous rainfall floods the desert dunes of Lençóis Maranhenses National Park, creating a series of lovely turquoise lagoons in the white valleys of sand. The desert beach persists until it completely dries up in October. If you look closely in the water, you’ll be surprised to find a variety of fishes swimming around–a result of adaptation through the periodic drying and flooding of the desert oasis. Source

A “glacial river lagoon” with black sand


Location: Jökulsárlón Lake, southeastern Iceland
What’s special about it: Chunks of ice like huge glistening crystals scattered across the jet black bay make this natural scene seem right out of a dream. The ice comes from a nearby glacier while volcanic rock accounts for the black sand. Source

A beach covered in fish bones


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Location: Salton Sea, California, USA
What’s so special about it: Other beaches are covered in glass, pebbles, and multi-colored sand, but this beach is covered in fish bones. How did that happen? Find out here.

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Hydrofloors

Hydrofloors are only like the coolest thing ever invented. They are specially designed pools with movable floors. When you’re using your pool it’s just like a normal pool. But when you are done swimming or aquacising, you press a button and the pool’s floor slowly raises up while the water slips underneath the floor. Pimpin! Eventually the pool’s floor reaches the top and you are left with a large flat area you can use for recreation, dining, parties or any other dry land event you want.
Another press of the button and the floor sinks back down slowly to reveal your already water-filled pool. You can also stop the floor at any point which means you can make the pool as shallow or deep as you want. Having a kid’s party? Just set it for shallow kiddie pool depth. Be sure to throw a few extra chlorine tablets in the pool cleaning mechanism though, you know how kids are.


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Post by LuisaBradusca on 29th October 2014, 3:09 pm

Le Mont-Saint-Michel


This place is really amazing. I went there a few years ago and I definitely want to see it again. 
If you go to Noth-West France, take time to visit this!



The Mont-Saint-Michel is an international place of pilgrimage as well as a major tourist centre.
The different stages of its construction have created a unique architectural ensemble which was classified as a World Heritage Site by Unesco in 1979.

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The Best Time to Buy an Airline Ticket



According to multiple sources the best time to book your flight is about 7 weeks before takeoff. A lot of air travelers believe in waiting for a last-minute deal. According to new research, you should NEVER book your ticket within the final two weeks before the flight... a mistake that 36 percent of CheapAir users made when planning their trips.



Last minute shoppers beware


According to CheapAir.com the sweet-spot is 54 days before takeoff. Prices dramatically increase within the final month leading up to the flight.


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Post by Alina on 13th November 2014, 10:30 am

5 Scents that Affect Your Mood


For Productivity:

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Believe it or not, the delicate scent of the jasmine flower increases productivity and concentration. Jasmine stimulates something called beta rhythms in the brain, which are typically active when your brain is actively thinking or engaged. Jasmine is going to prolong your attention span during lecture and make concentration easier.
So next time you’re prepping for a presentation or going into an exam, spray some jasmine perfume or sip some jasmine tea! The scent will switch your brain onto active, engaged, get-things-done mode.

For Relaxation:
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Lavender is legendary for its relaxation properties, and its benefits have already been recognized and exploited (in a really good way!). It’s in a million “helps-you-relax” and “sleepy-time” candles, body lotions, and soaps. The scent of this flower makes you calm, decreases anxiety, and lowers stress. And it’s a really pretty colour.
If you have trouble sleeping, placing a sprig of lavender under your pillow tonight might just do the trick!

For Appetite Suppression:
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If you’re a binge eater (chocolate, am I right), an emotional eater, or someone who just can’t resist food (who can, let’s be real), peppermint may be your solution. The scent of peppermint acts as an appetite suppresser. Try taking some peppermint tea after your meal to suppress your sweet tooth, or dabbing peppermint essential oils on your wrists as perfume. Not only will you smell wonderfully fresh, but you’ll eat less too.
The secret to losing weight without ever going to the gym might just be the scent of peppermint.

For Revitalization:
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The sharp, sour, and fresh scent of citrus fruits (lemons, grapefruits, limes, etc.) will energize and revitalize you. In the morning, citrus cleansers and soaps do wonders for waking you up. Scents like lemon are both refreshing and stimulating for your soul.
On days when you’re feeling lazy, idle, or tired, cut open a lemon and have a glass of lemon water! You’ll be up and running in no time.

For Happiness:
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Does the scent of pork chops make you really, really happy? It may be due to the scent of the herb rosemary.
Rosemary is usually used in cooking, but also in aromatherapy for it’s ability to uplift spirits. Its scent has the heavenly power to ease sorrow and grief. It’s a very woodsy, earthy, and nature-y scent, and connects the mind to our natural environment, which lends the ability to promote joy. You can actually find rosemary in the mid and base notes of a bunch of perfumes — but it’s not immediately noticeable.

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Sounds amazing...I will run dog! today to some markets and buy some of these 'magical scents ' !

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Post by Alina on 21st November 2014, 7:17 am

"You can change the direction just by thinking about it."


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Post by Alina on 8th December 2014, 1:54 pm

MAGNIFICENT CHRISTMAS TREES FROM AROUND THE WORLD
Rockefeller Center, New York, USA

NYSE, New York, USA

St Paul’s Cathedral, London, UK

Engelberg, Switzerland

Disney

Berlin, Germany

Stockholm, Sweden

Austin, Texas, USA

Leadenhall Market, London, UK

Moscow, Russia

Kiev, Ukraine

Iceland

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Wonderful! tree

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Thank you!!! Like a Star @ heaven cheers Nice to know these things!!!
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Ingenious Candle Designs For Unconventional Romantics

Cat Skeleton Candle












Candle Hands

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Watermelon Candle



Dance and Embrace Spirit Candles



Floating Origami Boat Candle



Spine Candle



Brain Candle In a Baby Head Candle Holder



Realistic Egg Candle



Burning Human Candle







Light Bulb Candle







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Bottle Cork Candle



Plugged-In Candles








Paraffin Candle With A Built-In Matchbox



French Macaron Candles



Freedom Candle







Reusable Candle Holder


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Tiny Candle With A Matchbox Candle Holder



Cthulhu Candle



Batman Shadow Candle Holder



Multiple Wick Candle


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Complicated Mechanisms Explained in simple animations


Radial Engines

Radial engines are used in aircrafts having propeller connected to the shaft delivering power in order to produce thrust its basic mechanism is as follows

Steam engine Principle

Steam engine once used in locomotives was based on the reciprocating principle as shown below

Sewing Machine


Maltese Cross Mechanism

this type of mechanism is used in clocks to power the second hand movement.

Manual Transmission Mechanism

The mechanism also called as “stick shift” is used in cars to change gears mannually

Constant Velocity Joint

This mechanism is used in the front wheel drive cars

Torpedo-Boat destroyer System

This system is used to destroy fleet in naval military operations.

Rotary Engine

Also called as Wankel engine is a type of internal combustion engine has a unique design that converts pressure into rotating motion instead of reciprocating pistons


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