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Tips On How To Crack The Pick 6 Lotto Code

The majority of individuals who get into pick 6 games use random numbers, but if you’re looking to crack the lottery code it’s going to take more than doing what many others are already doing.…

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The Specifics of a Semiconductor Technician’s Job Description

What are semiconductors? Tiny electronic systems more commonly known as computer chips, microchips and integrated circuits are also referred to as semiconductors. Most of these items can be found in cell phones, video games, computers,…

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Pascal’s Triangle and Powers of 11

So, firstly, where can the powers of 11 be found in Pascal’s triangle? If we look at the first row of Pascal’s triangle, it is 1,1. We are going to interpret this as 11. The…

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The 5 Secrets Of Learning That No-One Ever Told You

Secret Number 1 – Brain Hemisphere Dominance Everyone knows that we have two brain hemispheres – the left and the right. Logic and Gestalt. The left hand hemisphere or the logic hemisphere handles our ability…

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Holodynamics – A Simple and Profound Alchemic Approach For Transforming the Mind

I would like to share with you a very powerful form of consciousness work called Holodynamics. First a brief background on how I came to this work.     In my practice I work with very challenged individuals.…

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Significance of Learning, Unlearning and Relearning Education

Successful web based taking in counsel from best private mentors on the web. Overseeing advancement, at one time, would have been troublesome for us. However, it’s shocking to see the present age play around with…

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Incidental Learning – How Children Learn Math 3

What exactly is incidental learning? Incidental learning occurs when a child is engaged in an activity that is essentially fun. This is not something normally associated with math. During the course of the activity the…

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The Universal Membrane

Origins and Boundaries… It might be interesting to discuss the structural and functional connections between the origins of life and of the universe; not in a metaphorical sense but in terms of how all systems…

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Right Brain, Left Brain, Whole Brain

Some kids are right-brain dominant. They’re creative. They think out of the box.  They dance and do art. They usually don’t like math. Other kids are left-brain dominant. They take things apart to figure out…

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Calculus I: A Brief Overview

To a lot of people, “calculus” is one of those big words with a lot of scary connotations. There seem to be a lot of associations with “smart people” and long complicated equations, and that’s…

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