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Coffee Fun Facts

Coffee Fun Facts

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Vessyl smart cup keeps track of what you're drinking San Francisco firm Mark One has revealed a cup that analyses any drinkCalled Vessyl it can recognise liquids, and knows their chemical make-upIt provides statistics on your drinks and can be synced with an appThe smart cup will also show how hydrated you are when it is tiltedThe device can be pre-ordered for £59 ($99) ahead of release in early 2015 By Jonathan O'Callaghan Published: 11:43 GMT, 13 June 2014 | Updated: 19:42 GMT, 13 June 2014 Health-related gadgets are all the rage these days, from smart wristbands to apps that track what you consume. Math Fun Facts Did you know that it is possible to cut a solid ball into 5 pieces, and by re-assembling them, using rigid motions only, form TWO solid balls, EACH THE SAME SIZE AND SHAPE as the original? This theorem is known as the Banach-Tarski paradox. So why can't you do this in real life, say, with a block of gold? If matter were infinitely divisible (which it is not) then it might be possible. But the pieces involved are so "jagged" and exotic that they do not have a well-defined notion of volume, or measure, associated to them. In fact, what the Banach-Tarski paradox shows is that no matter how you try to define "volume" so that it corresponds with our usual definition for nice sets, there will always be "bad" sets for which it is impossible to define a "volume"!

» Recipe: How To Make Bulletproof Coffee In 5 Simple Steps The Bulletproof Executive 7.2K Flares7.2K Flares× You read about how Bulletproof Coffee came to be after a trip to Tibet. You’ve learned how to find the best (safest) coffee in your area. You can spot low quality butter and choose the real thing that makes your brain work better. You know what you should be eating to keep your body primed for fat loss and energy.

Four Traditional Fats You Need in Your Kitchen The four traditional fats you should eat everyday! Us folks in this real food circle love touting the health benefits of old-fashioned animal fats. More accurately, we passionately sing the praises of these traditional fats to anyone who will read our blogs! So, with the giddy enthusiasm proper for a real foodie, I want to explain how, when, and why you should use these traditional fats everyday. 9 Strange Coffee Brews Around the World Coffee drinkers are everywhere, but not all do the same techniques in preparing it. Mexico has Cafe de Olla, which is black coffee with molasses and cinnamon; Malaysia has White Coffee which came from coffee beans roasted with palm-oil margarine only, then later served with condensed milk; and Germany has the sweet Eiskaffee, an iced coffee drink with a scoop of vanilla ice cream and topped with whipped cream. Each country got their unique versions of coffee and we are also hooked with these mixes that they’ve been popular and common. So why not try out some other coffee mixes?

Amazing Coincidences Weird Stuff Life is full of coincidences, some very minor, but occasionally – extraordinary. This is a list of 15 of the most incredible, unbelievable coincidences. 15. t_shirt_surgery: I've been falling behind with my surgeri I've been falling behind with my surgeries! The stack of sliced up shirts and fabric keeps growing, but with busy season at Uni it's hard to keep up! Here's a few of my latest reconstructions. Before: After: Do Magic Mushrooms Explain Santa's "Flying" Reindeer? This Christmas, like many before it and many yet to come, the story of Santa and his flying reindeer will be told, including how the "jolly old elf" flies on his sleigh throughout the entire world in one night, giving gifts to all the good children. But according to one theory, the story of Santa and his flying reindeer can be traced to an unlikely source: hallucinogenic or "magic" mushrooms. "Santa is a modern counterpart of a shaman, who consumed mind-altering plants and fungi to commune with the spirit world," said John Rush, an anthropologist and instructor at Sierra College in Rocklin, Calif.

List of edible seeds This list of edible seeds includes seeds that are directly foodstuffs, rather than yielding derived products. A variety of species can provide edible seeds. Of the six major plant parts, seeds are the dominant source of human calories and protein.[1] The other five major plant parts are roots, stems, leaves, flowers, and fruits. Most edible seeds are angiosperms, but a few are gymnosperms. The most important global seed food source, by weight, is cereals, followed by legumes, and nuts.[2] The list is divided into the following categories:

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