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Sgt Knots - Stay Alive! - Lanyards

Sgt Knots - Stay Alive! - Lanyards
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Paracord Projects | Paracord Projects Instructions, Videos, Reviews, Paracord Lanyard and Supplies Animated Knots Tutorials By Grog News - #BBCtrending: 14 year-old's clever poem knocks Twitter backwards 27 February 2014Last updated at 15:03 ET By BBC Trending What's popular and why A poem written by a teenager has been retweeted 120,000 times. When Derek Nichols tweeted a picture of a poem written by his little brother Jordan, he was hoping to bring it to a wider audience, but was not expecting it to go viral. On first reading, the 25-line poem entitled Our Generation, although lucid and heartfelt, does not strike the reader as a technical achievement. Shortly after posting the poem, it began to be furiously retweeted and Nichols wrote: "My left hand is all over the internet". Meanwhile, older brother Nichols himself tried his own forwards-backwards poem (keeping his hands out of shot this time). All of the above might be true. (Actually, don't. Reporting by William Kremer All our stories are at BBC.com/trending

Five Pillars of Fate: Ancient Greek Astrology Medicinal mushrooms Lepista nuda Medicinal mushrooms are mushrooms used in medicine or medical research. History[edit] Ganoderma cultivation (left, Hokkaido) Cordyceps store (right, Lhasa) Mushrooms, fermentation molds, mycelia, sclerotium, and lichens, have a history of medicinal use spanning millennia. A Hadith states, "Truffles are manna which Allah sent to the people of Israel through Moses, and its juice is a medicine for the eyes Fungi that do not produce mushrooms, have made large contributions to medicine being the source of immunosuppressants ciclosporin, mycophenolic acid, mizoribine, antibiotics penicillin, cephalosporins, fusafungine, usnic acid, fusidic acid, fumagillin, brefeldin A, verrucarin A, alamethicin, antifungals griseofulvin, echinocandins, strobilurin, azoxystrobin, caspofungin, micafungin, and statins lovastatin, mevastatin (pravastatin precursor), and monacolin J (simvastatin precursor). Medical applications[edit] Antimicrobial isolates and derivatives[edit] Anticancer research[edit]

Sound Horoscope A horoscope is a snapshot of a single moment in our solar system as seen from a geocentrical point of view. Actually the luminaries and planets are not fixed but constantly rotating. These rotations can be translated into different swinging systems, amongst others into acoustically recognisable sounds. One comparatively easy way of translating planetary cycles into acoustic effects is the transformation of angle relations between planets into sounds. The length of the zodiac is imagined as the virtual string of an instrument. Two celestial bodies are "playing" at a time on the string. When standing opposite by an angle of 180° the celestial bodies "play" an octave. It is always the longer part of the string that is playing. As soon as the octave is completed the scale goes back to the tonic keynote. The planetary music is composed by the cosmos but the sound is manufactured by human beings. Used aspects and notes

Astrology Dictionary B and C An aspect configuration consisting of two planets in an opposition aspect. There are two more planets, each forming a trine aspect to one side of the opposition and a sextile to the other. In effect, there are two Wedge configurations. In a Wedge, the apex planet (that trines and sextiles the opposed planets) provides a release or relief point for the stress of the opposition. The apex planet can be a source of great creativity that channels the stress into positive, constructive activity, although the stress of the opposition may or may not finally be resolved by this. The apex can also be a place of escapism where the stress is simply avoided and never resolved. The Cradle configuration has two Wedge figures in it, providing two different ways to potentially escape from the stress — or transform it into creativity. See also: Aspect configuration, Wedge.

Top 5 Paracord Bracelet Patterns - Paracord Bracelet HQ You’ll Love These Cool Paracord Patterns So many people are now learning to make paracord bracelets, and because of that people are looking for more patterns to make different types of knots and projects. Here you’ll find instructions for 5 of the most popular, and cool, paracord bracelet patterns, and you’ll also learn how to splice paracord and add buckles to your bracelets. There are lots of reasons why people are turning to these cool bracelets and other neat paracord projects… they’re easy, they are awesome for runners or hikers who need or want visibility (if you use reflective paracord), you can make money selling them online or locally, they make great fundraiser items (people love buying paracord bracelets in school colors from students, for example), they are entertaining (there are so many types of knots that you can weave), and finally, they are a great opportunity for friends and family do something really fun together. Oh, I almost forgot… the designs look so COOL! What!?

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