Best Tips on How to Stay Positive When You Are in a Difficult Time

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Indeed, tough situations come in life at any time, anywhere,at personal or professional place. Staying positive in tough times is the most important aspect in our life. Truth is, no one can remain positive at all time, nor they are perfect when born,we need to learn how we can be positive in tough times, and if we are not positive in our tough times then things get worse and worse. Many successful people has faced challenging times, and they overcame on it with their positive attitude, taking the positives from the tough times.

Here are some important practical techniques that can help you to remain positive in any tough times:     Continue reading “Best Tips on How to Stay Positive When You Are in a Difficult Time”

Simple Ways on How to Make Money Online For Starters

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There are thousands of ways offered on the internet on how to make money online, yet most of them, if not deceivingly posted by websites, are just mere advertisements or marketing schemes. This is the very reason why most people don’t trust how to make money online articles found on the web.

But the truth is, there really are effective ways on how to make money online and there are many people who have been benefiting from these means.

Here are a few proven examples below:

  • Paid Surveys – More many survey sites today are paying users for signing up on their site and answering surveys. Make sure you carry out your research carefully before joining any.
  • Buying and selling is one of the popular practices online and one of the great sites for such practice is eBay. There are thousands of users who get involved in buying and selling, and they are all raking extra money via this means.       Continue reading “Simple Ways on How to Make Money Online For Starters”

Electric Vehicles Still Face Real World Hurdles To Compete For Dominance Over Fuel Powered Vehicles

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Electric vehicles have made quite some significant headway in the marketplace, but still the number on the road compared to gas powered vehicles is quite small, only a few percent at best. Sure, companies like Tesla, Nissan, and GM are making headway in the market, but it is still very much in its infancy and has a long way to go. There are some barriers to such a dream of everyone driving an electric car in the future. Let’s address some of these.

Here are some issues to consider and challenges for EVs (electric vehicles) if they are to compete in the numbers of gasoline manufactured cars each year:    Continue reading “Electric Vehicles Still Face Real World Hurdles To Compete For Dominance Over Fuel Powered Vehicles”

How to Clean Your Home and Manage It Successfully

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Many don’t have any concept of residence cleaning and a way to control simple responsibilities so one can resource their efforts. at the same time as no person is an expert there are some precise tips to comply with that will make the task lots easier. the first of those is company and properly practices. Having the proper equipment for storage and ensuring matters have a home to visit is a part of the management practices. Leaving stuff mendacity around is disastrous and might without problems building up and purpose forget.   Continue reading “How to Clean Your Home and Manage It Successfully”

How Best to Fight Fake News

 

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it’s all too frequently that we examine, watch and listen about news that shocks us most effective to later locate that it’s far fake. With social networking news, regardless of whether it’s miles real or faux can unfold global in a matter of minutes with many now not finding out the truth till hours or days later. The internet has been a amazing resource to many humans, but with regards to the short paced sharing society on line faux news may be adverse to groups, humans and even their careers however there are approaches that it could be reduced and in the end stopped.

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Meet The Man Who Takes a Plane to Work Every Day of the Week

For those who always complain about their daily work commute, this story will probably make you feel a bit better about your situation.

A Los Angeles man who works in San Francisco has a daily six-hour commute, most of which is done by plane.

Every workday, Curt von Badinski, a mechanical engineer and the CTO of San Francisco-based tech company, Motiv, wakes up at 5 in the morning, takes a shower, gets dressed, has breakfast and hops into his car for a 15-minute drive to Bob Hope Burbank airport, where he boards a single-engine commute plane. He takes a 90-minute flight to Oakland, a city located 353 miles (568km) north west of Los Angeles, and, from there, he gets into his other car and drives to the headquarters of his company, in San Francisco. He gets to work at around 8:30, and does it all over again at 17:00, when he leaves for Los Angeles. He usually gets home around 21:00.

Photos: BBC video screengrab

 

“Whenever I tell people that I commute to San Franciso every day, they ask me that question three times. They say ‘Every day?’, ‘Every day?’, ‘Every day?’” von Badinski told BBC Capital. “They are really confused that I can actually go up and back every single day.”    Continue reading “Meet The Man Who Takes a Plane to Work Every Day of the Week”

ISIS /Daesh declares its leader – Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, dead

After its collapse in Mosul, the teror group ISIS  also known as Daesh has announced that the group’s leader Ibrahim al-Samarrai, aka Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, “has been killed,” a local source in Iraq’s Nineveh province says.

The local source told Iraq’s al-Sumaria news website Tuesday that ISIS/Daesh announced the death of its leader in a brief statement released via the terrorist group’s media outlet in the center of Tal Afar city, situated 63 kilometers west of Mosul, without providing further details.

The source, who asked not to be named, added that the group said it would name a successor to Baghdadi soon.     Continue reading “ISIS /Daesh declares its leader – Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, dead”

North Korea warns of nuclear war with the United States

NORTH Korea has criticised the United States for deploying two bombers near its border, describing the move as “provocation” and warning it could lead to nuclear war.

Two B- 18 strategic bombers were sent to the Korean Peninsula on Saturday – 8th, July 2017  to take part in military drills alongside South Korean fighter jets.

The explicit warning to north comes after its leader Kim Jong-un launched an intercontinental ballistic missile.

In an editorial in North Korea’s major newspaper Rodong Sinmun, the regime’s mouthpiece, America’s action was slammed as dangerous.

“The US saying it will regularly deploy strategic bombers to the Korean Peninsula is the same as a crazy act of playing fire on top of an ammunitions locker,” state media said.

“A simple misjudgment or mistake may lead to the outbreak of a nuclear war and that, in turn, is sure to lead to a new world war.”

People watch local TV news showing what was said to be the launch of a Hwasong-14 intercontinental ballistic missile by North Korea. Picture: AP

People watch local TV news showing what was said to be the launch of a Hwasong-14 intercontinental ballistic missile by North Korea. Picture: APSource:AP

North Korean leader Kim Jong-un celebrates the successful test-fire of the intercontinental ballistic missile Hwasong-14 at an undisclosed location. Picture: AFP

North Korean leader Kim Jong-un celebrates the successful test-fire of the intercontinental ballistic missile Hwasong-14 at an undisclosed location. Picture: AFPSource:AFP

The article also justified North Korea’s weapons’ tests as “legitimate and justified measures” amid increasing “threats of nuclear war” against Pyongyang by Washington.   Continue reading “North Korea warns of nuclear war with the United States”

See the world’s biggest heart, a 440lb organ of Blue Whale which is the same size as a smart car and first to be preserved at Museum in Toronto

The world’s largest animals are Blue whales, they weigh up to 137,000kg but many are not aware that they have massive hearts.
Researchers in Toronto, Canada have preserved a huge, 200kg blue whale heart that was retrieved from a carcass in Newfoundland in 2014.
The gigantic heart which has the same size as a smart car, pumps up to 220 liters of blood per minute has been placed on display at the Royal Ontario Museum.

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Trump Meets Putin face-to-face, for the first time

Today – 7th July, 2017,  Russian President Vladimir Putin and his American counterpart Donald Trump have held their first meeting on the sidelines of the G20 summit in Germany, and reportedly exchanged viewpoints on a host of international problems and bilateral issues.

Sitting next to Putin on the sidelines of the economic summit in the northern German city of Hamburg, Trump voiced optimism that there would be “very positive things” in store for the relations between Washington and Moscow, and that it was “an honor” to be with Putin.

“We look forward to a lot of very positive things happening for Russia and the United States,” Trump said.

The US president did not provide any further details about the array of issues he and the Russian leader had conferred, simply terming them as “various things.”

Putin, speaking to reporters through a translator, stated that he had discussed the foreign-sponsored conflict in Syria, clashes in eastern Ukraine as well as fight against terrorism with Trump.

US President Donald Trump meets with Russian President Vladimir Putin during their bilateral meeting at the G20 summit in Hamburg, Germany, on July 7, 2017. (Photo by Reuters)

The Russian president went on to say that cyber security was also among topics he talked with his US counterpart.   Continue reading “Trump Meets Putin face-to-face, for the first time”