Monthly Archives: October 2010

Adolf Hitler exhibition in Germany: Hitler and the Germans at the German Historical Museum in Berlin – Telegraph

      Adolf Hitler exhibition in Germany: Hitler and the Germans at the German Historical Museum in Berlin – Telegraph.   via Adolf Hitler exhibition in Germany: Hitler and the Germans at the German Historical Museum in Berlin – … Continue reading

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Physician to be honored for historic decision on thalidomide view story 13 days ago (http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-…) The FDA scientist who kept the drug thalidomide off the U.S. market is being honored 50 years later at her former agency. Post a comment … Continue reading

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Dr. Andrew Weil: A Life With Tea view story 2 months ago (http://www.huffingtonpost.com/and…) Today, thousands of scientific studies confirm what the ancient Chinese knew through simple observation: green tea is perhaps… Comments (1) Share Report this 1 Recommend ItÂ’s About … Continue reading

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Mein Kampf by Adolf Hitler

    i. FOREWARD from Landsberg Am Lech, Fortress Prison Mein Kampf by Adolf Hitler Volume One: A Reckoning IN THE HOUSE OF MY PARENTS YEARS OF STUDY AND SUFFERING IN VIENNA GENERAL POLITICAL CONSIDERATIONS BASED ONMY VIENNA PERIOD MUNICH … Continue reading

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How to make your plants, flowers and berries last longer after picking them

I love the zip and range of colour of Chinese lanterns (Physalis alkekengi var. franchetii) when they’re just ready – tangerine to apple-green – and I love their fat, air-bubble shape. Their colour looks neon at this time of year … Continue reading

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Iceland banks on geothermal for economic expansion | Environment | guardian.co.uk

via guardian.co.uk The Svartsengi geothermal power plant in Iceland – the country is a world leader in such green energy, generated from heat beneath our feet. Photograph: Paul A Souders/Corbis Iceland’s economy has been rocky since the bank collapse in … Continue reading

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Good chocolate doesn’t have to be dark | Life and style | guardian.co.uk

via guardian.co.uk Slabs of milk, white and dark chocolate. Photograph: Deirdre Rooney After wine, tea and coffee, chocolate has become a bit of a food nerd’s paradise. These days there is often much thoughtful hesitation when a square or two … Continue reading

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