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On Friday night, I sat knee-to-knee with my friend Sarah, as we watched Gabby on stage. She was launching her new book, Miracles Now. The lecture was incredible, and afterwards, she opened up the stage for Q&A. The clock was ticking, and it was time for the party to wind down. A woman approached the microphone. She was terrified, trembling, and she could hardly get the words out.

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Merkabah Activation - July & August 2013 In July & then in August 2013 we will experience within the celestial heavens a stargate ‘Merkabah’ portal… set to quantum leap our DNA. This is a VERY RARE twin Merkabah alignment of most divine potential ! Firstly…on the 29/30 July 2013, on the last quarter waning moon, our planets will align in a 6 pointed star formation within our skies commonly referred to as a Star of David formation.

Beautifully Layered Paper Sculptures (8 pieces) Self-taught Korean artist Cheong-ah Hwang creates beautiful and intricate works of art that are made entirely out of paper. In order to gain exposure and fund a project to make low-cost prints of her Little Red Riding Hood layered paper sculpture, she joined Kickstarter. She ended up raising $570 which far exceeded her goal of $250! The Columbus, Ohio-based wife and mom wants to ultimately become a full-time professional artist. In my opinion, she's already well on her way. Cheong-ah Hwang

Unconsumption – Page 1 Autonomous robots to be used in keeping dust off solar panels in Israel’s biggest solar field, reports timesofisrael: Most solar energy farms are located in deserts, where there is plenty of sunlight — which solar panels, of course, need a lot of. But the desert also has a lot of dust, which clogs up the photovoltaic components of the panels, making them less effective in collecting sunlight for conversion into energy. Panels have to be cleaned on a regular basis, but water in the desert tends to be expensive, if available at all — and the use of water to clean the panels raises the costs of production, making solar power too expensive to be considered anything more than a novelty…. Instead of using water to clean panels, Ecoppia’s robot cleaners are equipped with microfibers, with each robot assigned to a row of PV panels.

Vegan Ryan Gosling a re-post from PETA featuring our favourite man. liljamonster asked: Can we make a compromise? Best friends with R.G and almost overwhelming sexual tension between us and only a few months supply of tofu? oh my god. as if you could resist the unbearable sexual tension! I would take Ryan any day! not vegan related, but oh god don’t you just love him?! women fashion shoes, boots, retro indie clothing & vintage clothes Tops Sleeveless Short Sleeve Tees Long Sleeve Enneagram Test - Riso-Hudson Enneagram Type Indicator The Riso-Hudson Enneagram Type Indicator (RHETI) is a scientifically validated forced-choice personality test with 144 paired statements. It provides a much higher level of accuracy than our free sample test , and much more detailed personality profiles. The test takes about 40 minutes to complete.

10 of the Greatest Unsolved Mysteries The last hundred years have borne witness to humankind’s extraordinary technological advancements. Man has walked on the moon, ventured deeper into the oceans than ever before and even uncovered the building blocks of life, DNA. But even with our inexorable progress as a species there are still mysteries and enigmas the solutions to which elude us. Below is a selection of 10 of the most puzzling mysteries in history. 10) The SS Ourang Medan

The Quirky Girl Timeline: A History Of Quirk From Hepburn To Deschanel This Saturday marks Zooey Deschanel's first time hosting "Saturday Night Live", which will be one small step for Zooey and one giant leap for twee culture, but what all of the bloggers mumbling about manic pixie dream girls and aggressive whimsy seem to be forgetting is that this rise of the quirky girl has been a long time coming. This isn't just some flimsy construct that appeared overnight in the accessories section of Urban Outfitters. There's been an evolution in pop culture for the better part of the last century leading us to the Cure-loving "(500) Days of Summer"-starring ladies of today, and we decided we'd take a look back at the history of quirk in honor of Zooey's big night. So slip on some furry bunny slippers, adjust your thick-framed glasses and get comfy, cause we're starting all the way back in 1953 with Audrey Hepburn. Think we forgot someone?

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