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7 Ways Doodling Will Change Your Life As Hilary Clinton sat listening to speeches on global security and the Middle East during a Security Council meeting at the U.N., she was seen scribbling furiously on her speech in front of her. Making last minute changes? Adding questions that needed answers? No, she was doodling. Unsolved UFO case in Houston bewilders former police officer The Mutual UFO Network in Houston reports about 80 suspected UFO sightings a year. That's not including the ones that are seen but not reported. One top UFO expert, Fletcher Gray, explains why so many of the sightings aren't UFOs. But, he also says there is one case that he still can't figure out. Just above the Katy area an orange light is spotted, seen floating around. Down below, sightseers are convinced it's a UFO.

Wonderful Portraits Of Different Owl Species By Brad Wilson Photographer Brad Wilson captures incredible portraits of different owl species from the World Bird Sanctuary in St. Louis and The Wildlife Center near Española, New Mexico… Great Horned Owl Barn Owl Art Classes Online, Mixed Media Workshops Online Art Classes with Jane Davenport My wish for you, is your creativity to be roaring with confidence. My e-courses are so popular because I really can help make that happen for you. “If I only had time for that part of yourself”, you think. Time to doodle, draw, paint or journal. Ancient Sanskrit writings: UFO's vsited our planet 6.000 years ago Did you know that Ancient India has one of the most extensive histories in the world? Their greatest ancient texts are called the “Vedas” and these writings talk about “flying ships” that visited their continent over 6000 years ago. Composed in Vedic Sanskrit, the texts constitute the oldest layer of Sanskrit literature and the oldest scriptures of Hinduism. So, why has mainstream history ignored these ancient texts? Better yet, does this mean that we are not the only intelligent species inhabiting the Universe?

10 Incredible Chemical Reaction GIFs Explained We encounter thousands of chemical reactions every day: plants use them in photosynthesis, metals rust over time, and combustion reactions provide us with heat and light, among thousands of other daily uses. Chemical reactions occur when reactants transform into new substances, called products, through creating and breaking bonds between atoms. Sometimes the process creates some pretty wild effects. Check out our top 10 chemical reactions below: 1) Disintegration (Mercury Reacts with Aluminum) Top 9 places to see UFOs in the Houston area Is E.T. house shopping in Katy? The Mutual UFO Network's 'Stalker' map shows an incredible trend in sightings since 2007 along the Katy Freeway corridor, heading east into downtown Houston. See the top nine places to see a UFO in Houston below... PHOTOS: UFO sightings in Texas If you're viewing on our ABC13 news app, tap on the photo above to see more images. SEE ALSO: Did Houston have its own Area 51?

WTF Is This Weird Web-Tower Thing? We Asked Around. No One Knows So far, no one knows what’s crafting these enigmatic structures. Update, 1 p.m.: We’ve added comments from several more experts, below. Something in the Peruvian Amazon is making weird, intricate structures that resemble white picket fences surrounding an Isengard-like spire.

30 Days of Creativity Exercises & Design Inspiration The book "Unstuck" features 52 exercises, divided by time commitment, to help you beat creative block. Here we sample 5 for a work-week's worth of inspiration. Creative Bliss is a web series that pools together 30 creativity exercises. No. 30 challenges you to shift your perspective to that of a beginner. Self-Healing Metals When graduate student Guoqiang Xu and assistant professor of materials science and engineering Michael Demkowicz, SM ’04, PhD ’05, first saw the result, they thought it must be a mistake. Under certain conditions, they found, putting a cracked piece of metal under tension—that is, exerting a force that would be expected to pull it apart—had the reverse effect, causing the crack to close and its edges to fuse together. The finding, they say, could lead to self-healing materials that repair incipient damage before it has a chance to spread. They “had to go back and check,” Demkowicz says, when “instead of extending, [the crack] was closing up. The next question was: ‘Why is this happening?’”

Art Journal Every Day Q: How can I find all the previous Art Journal Every Day posts? A: Find them all listed by category and linked here. Q: What is Art Journal Every Day?