Travel Picks: Top 10 European Cities To See Now

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Stanford's Old Chemistry Building to become an undergraduate science center

21 June 2013 | 7:23 pm In addition to approving the transformation of Old Chemistry into a center devoted to , the Board of Trustees recently approved proposals to build new and a new campus office building. http://news.stanford.edu/news/2013/june/trustee-building-projects-062113.html

Brand Growth Lessons From McDonald's

21 June 2013 | 7:04 pm Increasingly, are peeling off slices of a large brands by creating strong value propositions and specific, deep with those consumer niches (To prove the point, just take a look at the growth of , or Dollar Shave Club or LEON restaurants in the UK). http://www.forbes.com/sites/patrickspenner/2013/06/21/lessons-from-mcdonalds/

Travel Picks: Top 10 European Cities To See Now

21 June 2013 | 3:00 pm LONDON (Reuters) – With summer prices on the rise, everyone is eager to explore some places that are just starting to appear on many travelers’ radars. With up and coming spots in Europe as the focus, the editors and members of travel website VirtualTourist (www.virtualtourist.com) have compiled a list of the ‘Top 10 European Cities To See Now’. Reuters has not endorsed this list: 1. Lviv … http://news.yahoo.com/travel-picks-top-10-european-cities-see-now-150038662.html

First Round Bust: #NHLDraft2013: On Building A List…

21 June 2013 | 1:55 am "We come to a group opinion after working hard on a list, and then we target a few guys. We work off a list when we get to the Draft, and we'll go from there." – Brent Flahr. "Last year, our Top 50 covered our first five picks. http://www.firstroundbust.com/2013/06/nhldraft2013-on-building-list.html

Building Lists: What's the Point? | Justin Dupre |

19 June 2013 | 1:42 am I had a few people ask about list building in my last post, so a dedicated blog post would be good for a follow up. List building is the act of getting someones email address from your squeeze page, usually in exchange for … http://justindupre.com/building-lists-whats-the-point/

How to Build a Massive Email List (Without Being Annoying …

17 June 2013 | 2:00 pm That means an essential aspect of your audience is the segment that trusts you with their primary email address. So, it seems fair to say that enticing your prospective customers and clients onto an email list is crucial. Once you start building … http://www.copyblogger.com/copyblogger-redesign-webinar/

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    Looking For Some Advice On This Build? Hello, i am a novice when it comes to PC parts/ knowledge in general and i am wondering if anybody is willing to give their critique and advice on this current PC build i have put together.

    link to the list: http://pcpartpicker.com/user/jackthestunner/saved/1ukv

    If anyone can give advice to me it would be greatly appreciated. Thank you.

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    What Is The Highest Atomic-number Basic Element Found In/mandatory For Human Life? As in, if you were to look at the chemistry periodic table – Mendeleev table, how many more elements with a higher atomic number then IRON are mandatory building blocks of a normal healthy human body?

    Why I’m asking this, is because I want to know for a fact how much do we owe our existence to the old grandma star that blew up who knows when 5-6 billion years ago, forming the dust nebula which created, in it’s turn, our sun, and the planets that orbit around it.

    That’s because our sun cannot/will never be able to fuse atoms higher then iron, it does not have enough solar mass to do so.

    So all the higher elements we DO find in our Earth’s crust must have originated in the supernova explosion of the ol’ grandma star, stuff like uranium, which has a huge half-life decay time.

    Of those elements, how many more above iron are absolutely necessary for life to evolve? How many are absolutely mandatory for humans to exist? And what are they? -Is there a site/list I can check for that?
    Besides the obvious wiki page of the chemical human body composition.

    Do we really owe our every day lives to something that blew up billions of years ago? I mean yeah we’re all just star dust in the end, but apparently you need a little bit more of a “special” kind of star dust – aka higher atomic number elements – to have life going.

    Won’t that reduce the numbers of solar systems we can search for probable habitable and life sustaining planets by a significant amount?

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