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How Can a Busy Mom Get Time for Fitness?

Are You a mom? Do You Have Time for Fitness? Moms really have a tough time. They are the cook, the maid, the taxi driver, the teacher, the referee, and the list could go on. If you're a mom, you know how to get things done for everyone else, but chances are, you do not take care of you. In ...

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Cloud Computing Illustrated

Cloud computing provides a simple way to access servers, storage, databases and a broad set of application services over the Internet. It’s called cloud computing because the information being accessed is found in “the cloud” and does not require a user to be in a specific place to gain access to it. This type of system allows employees to work ...

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How Do You Clean and Disinfect a Memory Foam Mattress?

Memory foam mattresses have been integrated with a special kind of foam. This foam absorbs your body's heat and it will thereby conform and adhere to the contours of your body. There are a lot of tips on how not to clean a memory foam mattress. Before we get down to the business of cleaning and disinfecting the mattress, we ...

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AFF for Grid Smart Dust Drop

AFF stands for Automated Flight Following System, which is used in aerial fire fighting to insure that the fire retardant is dropped in the drop zone even though the smoke the visibility is very low making it difficult to see. As one aircraft goes in another follows in behind it. This off the shelf technology has been used for over ...

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Get Rid of Dust Mite Allergy Symptoms

By Definition, when your immune system does not function properly and leads to a hypersensitive reaction because of a substance which is otherwise non-malignant then you are suffering from allergy. The Dust mite is the main cause of many allergies. Surprisingly, you can find dust mite allergy symptoms in around 10 percent of the US population. Also, around 90 percent ...

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Hot Jupiter Planets: Any Way The Wind Blows

A generation ago, planet-hunting astronomers discovered the first exoplanets in orbit around distant stars beyond our own Sun – and these new discoveries have since provided a treasure chest filled with remarkable brave new worlds for scientists to ponder. Some of these remote planets show an almost eerie resemblance to the eight major planets in our own Solar System, while ...

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Jovian Life: The Moons Versus The Planets

If you are a professional scientist interested in astrobiology (exobiology), searching for life in the Universe, your mantra is “follow the water”. If you want to find life, find liquid water first. But liquid water isn’t the total be-all-and-end-all when it comes to finding LGM – Little Green Microbes. Water, based on Planet Earth’s own terrestrial life as the only ...

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When There is Nothing You Can Do About It, Do not Worry

But when you can do something, ACT and do not complain. There are few power busters greater than worrying about the things over which we have no control. This is especially true for, and probably the real definition of, people who have control issues. We spend time trying, in vain, to gain control over situations and people where it is ...

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Pluto Is Out – A Homeschool Science Lesson in Astronomy

Pluto is out, and Zena and Ceres are in. Well, almost. Now all three are out. Recently, Michael Brown, an astronomer from Caltech, discovered what he thought was a new planet, which he called Zena. He presented his findings and submitted his studies to the 26th General Assembly of the International Astronomical Union (IAU) who met last week, 20 – ...

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