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School of Mathematics and Physics Pictures above: (1) Longtime custodian of the famous experiment, the late Professor John Mainstone. (2) Three webcams trained on the experiment 24/7. (3) The Pitch Drop Experiment. (4) Close up of the pitch drop. About the Pitch Drop Experiment While the School of Mathematics and Physics at The University of Queensland has an international reputation for cutting-edge research and innovative teaching in the disciplines of Mathematics, Physics and Statistics, it is also home to the famous Pitch Drop Experiment. The experiment is listed in the Guinness Book of World Records as the world's longest-running laboratory experiment.

Luciole Press Blog: The incredible, thought-provoking short story "To Kill a Child," by Stig Dagerman Stig Dagerman Image: HERE To Kill a ChildStig Dagerman It’s a peaceful day as sunlight settles onto the fields of the plain. Soon bells will be ringing, because today is Sunday. Between fields of rye, two children have just come upon a footpath that they have never taken before, and in the three villages along the plain, windowpanes glisten in the sun. Orange Coast Magazine I read something on the Internet one recent evening that made a brief and tangential reference to a serial killer preying on Marines in Southern California in the 1970s and early ’80s. Having been stationed at Camp Pendleton, I thought, “How come I never heard about this?” I had returned to the East Coast upon my discharge in September 1980, but still. So I searched “serial killer California Marines 80s” and came up with the name Randy Kraft.

The 25 Funniest Autocorrects Of DYAC’s First Year To celebrate Damn You Autocorrect’s 1-year anniversary online, we compiled the Top 50 Fan Favorite DYAC entries (as determined by Facebook shares, tweets, comments, and pageviews). And now… here are the top 25 entries! Enjoy – and keep all the great submissions coming! 25. A Blog on Oddities: the odd, bizarre and strange things of our world! - Page 4 Topics Hot: Facebook NSFW Tattoo Photoshop Categories: Art Ads Signs Names Places People Objects Gifts Science Stories Medicine Tech Home Design Misc Random

Depression Chat Room - Depression Forums - Depression Community & Social Networking - Online Depression Support Group - HealthfulChat HealthfulChat is sensitive to the needs of the most common mental illness around the planet; depression. We are dedicated entirely to serving the needs of the population that has succumbed to depression by offering this peer support network. Here, you will find a Depression Chat Room, depression forums, and a depression social network. It is the hope of HealthfulChat that these important forms of peer support, along with whatever medical attention you may be receiving will help bring you up out of the cloud of depression so that you can begin to enjoy life again. The signs of depression include prolonged sadness, hopelessness, low self-esteem, restlessness, anxiety and frustration. You may lack the energy to do the things that once made you happy or to even get out of bed some days.

Just For Beginners - Jazz Improvisation for Beginners: Part One Just For Beginners - Jazz Improvisation for Beginners: Part One David Wilken So you want to learn how to improvise jazz. "Where do I begin?" you might ask. You have worked hard to learn to read music, now how do you make it up on the spot?

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Lost All Hope: The web's leading suicide resource For information on the most lethal methods of suicide, a good starting point is the statistics on the number of successful suicides by method (see Suicide statistics). There is also a much published study from 19951, where 291 lay persons and 10 forensic pathologists rated the lethality, time, and agony for 28 methods of suicide for 4,117 cases of completed suicide in Los Angeles County in the period 1988-1991. They were asked to rate each method as follows: Lethality: How likely is the method to cause death (where 0% is no chance, and 100% is absolute certainty) Time: An opinion on the length of time the method will require to produce death Agony: The amount of pain and discomfort you would expect from the use of the particular method (ranked on scale of 0 to 100 where 0 is no pain/discomfort and 100 is the most pain/discomfort possible) However, it should be noted that different studies produce different results of the fatality of different methods. Sources

My Daguerreotype Boyfriend Horace Hopkins Coolidge, age 22, on his graduation from Harvard College, class of 1852. (Harvard Archives) Among the many gifts his fairy godmother endowed on Horace Coolidge were a genial charm of manner, a rare tenderness and a spirit of living kindness, and a loyalty in friendship which made him dearly loved by all who knew him. After graduating, he did what many young men of his time did, and traveled to Egypt for two years, returning to Boston to marry his sweetheart and become a lawyer. The Egg Author's Note: The Egg is also available in the following languages: The Egg By: Andy Weir

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