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[15 Oct 2013 | No Comment | ]
What Does Green Eyes Say About Your Personality?

      The connotation of eye colors does say enough about a person. But then again it is more about the genetics you inherit. Personalities of individual to individual are dissimilar and it is definitely not about eye colors only. It might be true to certain level that the color of your eye may have an huge impact on your personality but again it is all about your own personal life as well. The mention traits below are simple observations and do not specifically points to the fact that …

Panorama, Shopping »

[15 Jul 2013 | One Comment | ]
Best Booking Channels for Barcelona Hotels

Barcelona is an incredible city with many things to do and visit. So, Barcelona can be one of the Europe nicest cities to visit. In Barcelona you can find a lot of museums, theatres, art galleries and nightlife are of an impressive high standard.
On bookingchannels.com portal, you will find best Barcelona Hotels, complete tourist information, restaurants lists, many events, interesting attractions, maps and more. When was the most recent time that you wandered through a town that literally breathed artistic inspiration? Try to visit Barcelona – a cosmopolitan Mediterranean town …

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[14 Aug 2012 | No Comment | ]

Olive Riley, a remarkable 107-year-old great-great-grandmother living in an aged care hostel at Woy Woy, 50 miles (80km) north of Sydney, has won

instant fame as the oldest of the world’s 68.9 million Internet bloggers. She is 12 years older than Spain’s Señora Maria Amélia, the previous titleholder.

“This might be the new star of the internet,” Jean-François Berthet, who lives in Paris, wrote in his blog 365 Days. “Her name is Olive, she is Australian and she has a blog where with the help of Mike, she tells us …

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[15 Jun 2012 | No Comment | ]
Relationship between Eye Color and IQ Intelligence

The color of your eyes could decide your achievements in life, say scientists.
They declare those with blue eyes are more likely to sparkle academically than those with brown eyes. They are smarter and gain more qualifications because they study more effectively and perform superior in exams.
This discovery might help explain the success of such distinct individuals as Einstein, Car Sagan, Stephen Hawking,Bell, Tesla. InEstonia, 99% of people have blue eyes, Eiberg says. InDenmark30 years ago, only 8% of the population had brown eyes, though through immigration, today that number is …

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[6 Jan 2012 | No Comment | ]

Data: [using profanity for the first time] Oh, shit! (Star Trek: Generations )


Humans could marry robots within the century. And consummate those vows.
“My forecast is that around 2050, the state of Massachusetts will be the first jurisdiction to legalize marriages with robots,” artificial intelligence researcher David Levy at the University of Maastricht in the Netherlands told LiveScience. Levy recently completed his Ph.D. work on the subject of human-robot relationships, covering many of the privileges and practices that generally come with marriage as well as outside of …

Health, Nutrition-Foods, Panorama »

[30 Dec 2011 | One Comment | ]

Coffee connoisseurs are going ape for a rare brew that Taiwanese farmers are producing with the help of monkeys.

The monkeys live high in Taiwan‘s mountains. They enjoy eating the fruity flesh on coffee beans, but they’re not too fond of the seeds. …

Health, Panorama »

[30 Dec 2011 | 8 Comments | ]

During the Vietnam War, emergency medics began using the all-purpose glue to seal battle wounds in troops headed for surgery. It can be said that doctors did save many lives through using superglue to close a wound because it gave them time to transport patients to M.A.S.H. units where they could have needed surgery.

Using superglue to close a wound is possible, but not advisable. While using over the counter superglue to close a wound would work, it also may produce extreme skin irritation and skin death when purchased in over …

Family, Life, Panorama »

[23 Dec 2011 | No Comment | ]

This year, more than 16 million Americans will buy a used car. If that’s what you are planning, this guide may help you.

It explains your protections under the FTC’s Used Car Rule and offers some shopping suggestions, even if you are not buying from a usedcar dealer.

Before you begin looking at used cars, think about what car models and options you want and how much you are able or willing to spend. You can learn about car models, options, and prices by reading newspaper ads, both display and classified.

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[20 Dec 2011 | 5 Comments | ]

Your scent should be a reflection of your personality. With so many products on the market, how do you know which one to choose?
The choice of fragrances and scents seems to grow wider every day, as manufacturers fight for our attention and try ever harder to distinguish their offerings from the competition. With such a selection to choose from, how does one even begin to know where to start when it comes to buying perfume?

Broadly speaking, all perfumes fall …

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[12 Dec 2011 | No Comment | ]
Top 15 countries  ”best place to live”

The United Nations has released its 2009 Human Development Index (HDI). The index uses three major factors to compare countries on how they treat their own citizens. The countries rated highest are generally considered the best countries to live in.

The factors considered in computing the index are health, knowledge and standard of living. Health is determined by life expectancy at birth. Knowledge is measured by a combination of the adult literacy rate and the gross school enrollment ratio. Standard of living is arrived at by the Gross Domestic Product per …