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Online Communities 2. Harry Potter in Charts. If you’ve never gotten into the Potter groove, the complex world may seem a little confusing.

Harry Potter in Charts.

Everything, though, is easy to understand when boiled down into easy-to-digest charts, made entirely by us (*smug*): More in Harry Potter… HP viral videos EVERY HP fan must know Draco likes writing. He wants you to sign up for Figment. HP FanFiction writing contest! IE is wrong. Doctor Who Timeline Infographic. Check out this complete timeline of Doctor Who from 1963 to present, including episodes, seasons, companions, villains, and more.

Doctor Who Timeline Infographic

Scroll down to follow all the Doctor's adventures through time. A Fantastic resource for any Doctor Who fan. Adventure Titles An Unearthly Child The Daleks The Edge of Destruction Marco Polo The Keys of Marinus The Aztecs The Sensorites The Reign of Terror Planet of Giants The Dalek Invasion of Earth The Rescue The Romans The Web Planet The Crusade The Space Museum The Chase The Time Meddler Galaxy 4 Mission to the Unknown The Myth Makers The Daleks' Master Plan The Massacre of St. Share on Tumblr Pin It Embed this on your site: <a href=" src=" alt="Doctor Who Timeline Infographic" /></a><br />Via: <a href=" Monogram of Alphabet. Wardshelley_scifiSmaller.jpg (JPEG Image, 3400x1826 pixels) - Scaled (31%)

Are you artistic or logic – Maybe both… Posted on Monday, September 10th, 2007 by Roy Pessis Look at the dancer below.

Are you artistic or logic – Maybe both…

What do you see? Is she turning clockwise or counter-clockwise? You just can’t help but love these optical illusions. If you see her turning clockwise (right) then your left side of the brain is doing most of the work, which means you are more of a logic/analyzing person. If you see the dancer turning counter-clockwise (left) then your right side of the brain is in charge, this means you are the artistic/intuition person. You control the way the dancer turns. Photos, weekly faves « Top 50 Sites for Kids – The Amusement Park of the Web | Weekly Faves – September 17 » Lord Likely's Extra-Ordinary Inter-Active Moustache-O-Rama. Periodic Table of Irrational Nonsense. 5jsosl (JPEG Image, 373x276 pixels)

How the Rest of the World Sees the U.S. [PIC] Rubiks Cube Solution - Easy to follow printable instructions. From Memory I've started to play lots of online games involving memory.

Rubiks Cube Solution - Easy to follow printable instructions

It seems the common perception of our brains is they're muscles. You exercise your memory and it gets better. Well I'm quite harsh on myself and haven't noticed any vast improvement but I am enjoying the games and testing myself and playing memory games. Traditional Games I've also enjoyed learning the moves on the rubiks cube.. then it's fun to pick up and complete. Poetry and Reciting I found a brilliant website for aids to improving memory How To Memorize click here. Online Games A lot of the simpler games are great for memory improvement. How to Forecast Weather. Ever wondered how to forecast the weather without actually using instruments? Check the Clouds: Clouds can tell us a lot about the weather. For example, they can tell us if it’s going to be warmer on a particular night by simply being there.

That’s because they prevent heat radiation from escaping. They can also tell you whether there will be rain and whether there will be bad weather in general (when you see clouds moving in opposite directions of each other). Check the Humidity: If you’re one of those people whose hair gets all curly when it gets really humid out, you know exactly what this is about. Check the Animals: Birds only fly in the sky when they expect fair weather ahead. Look at the Rainbow (but only in the west) and look for a Red Sky: If you see one in the west, it means a major storm front is coming. Check the Air: If it smells like a compost heap, expect some rain soon. Periodic Table of Fictional Materials. Article-1029719-01c1f81300000578-944_468x298_popup.jpg (JPEG Image, 964x509 pixels)

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