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Speed Up Your Pc Without any Software

by Furqanmitha in Issues, February 6, 2015

If your is PC is running too slow so Speed Up Your PC without any software.

Traffic—what Traffic?

by Dr Robert E McGinnis in Future, December 28, 2013

We are living in an amazing time. This is a time when change is on the move and man has gotten the ball rolling which will change the way we travel in just about every feature of transportation. Cars as we knew them are heading to extinction. By examining the past, you can see the future.

Finding Women Online

by Vali Valentin in Relationships, November 25, 2013

It’s no secret that we now face longer working days and more stressful lives than we ever have. In fact, it has become increasingly difficult to lead normal lives and many people find it impossible to socialize.

Calculating Average Speed

by BeautyPrincessCP in Issues, August 14, 2013

Calculating Average Speed.

Zeno of Elea’s Non-motion Argument Revisited

by Gary C. Booker in Philosophy, August 10, 2013

Zeno of Elea was a Greek philosopher in pre-Socratic Greece. He was known for thinking of many paradoxes that were later explored by other Greek philosophers like Aristotle and Plato. His paradoxes also influenced many Greek geometers. Although very little is known about his personal life, his paradoxes are widely known in schools of philosophy. But are many of Zeno’s paradoxes still relevant in the era of modern mathematics and science?

Tips That Will Speed Up The Wedding Planning

by benhardlaw in Relationships, July 20, 2013

Tips That Will Speed Up the Marriage Planning.

What Does a Anticipate Tank Member Do on a School Night?

by teddybigbear in Issues, May 6, 2013

Running a Anticipate Tank can be fun being indeed.

What’s Your Typing Speed?

by K Kristie in Education, April 25, 2013

Do you know what your typing speed is? I just found out mine and was quite happy with the result.

Paul Virilio: An Interview

by Biodun Iginla in History, February 3, 2013

Virilio is into revelations. He’s like some kind of prophet of the apocalypse. There are no moral judgments in his work, even though he is a devout Catholic. He deals more in the observation and analysis of banalities, or “evidences,” as he calls them. His best-known statement is “The invention of the ship was also the invention of the shipwreck.” It’s probably the most concise and eloquent explanation of causality we’ve ever read, and it can be applied to almost anything. Virilio expands this into what might be his main message, which is, to paraphrase, that every technological invention bears its specific defect in its DNA and that the cult of speed and acceleration that technology has engendered will be the death of us all.

Are You Ready for The End of 2012?

by Sustainable Living in Holidays, December 25, 2012

Where has the year gone?

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