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betrauert. Longchamp Portemonnaie günstig - 0 views

Sie war in einem trostlosen Apathie versunken und würde nicht geweckt werden . Sie sagte, sie würde warten , jetzt , wo sie war, und sterben - es würde nicht lange dauern . Sie erzählte Tom , mit d...

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started by opinions1 opinions1 on 21 Dec 13 no follow-up yet
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winkte. longchamp mit pferd - 0 views

Es gab keine Fotos von ihnen im Haus.Als er jünger war , Harry hatte geträumt und von einem unbekannten Verhältnis zu ihm kommen wegnehmen geträumt, aber es nie passiert hatte, die Dursleys waren s...

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started by opinions1 opinions1 on 26 Dec 13 no follow-up yet
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endet . Longchamp Reisetasche günstig - 0 views

DIE RICHTERSagen von ihm, was du willst, aber ich weiß, mein Kind Schwächen .Ich liebe ihn nicht , weil er gut ist , sondern weil er mein kleines Kind ist .Wie sollten Sie wissen, wie teuer er sein...

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started by opinions1 opinions1 on 23 Dec 13 no follow-up yet
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Photosynthesis and Solar Turn Water Into Hydrogen And Oxygen | The Solar Energy Source - 0 views

    A MIT researcher has demonstrated a reaction which resembles the photosynthesis process that plants make each day which means that from now on solar power could be deployed at world scale. Using catalysts developed by the chemist, he showed a video where oxygen was generated from water, just like plants do it in photosynthesis. "I'm going to show you something I haven't showed anybody yet," said Daniel Nocera, the MIT chemist. After the lights were tuned off, he pointed to the video and asked - "Can you see that?" Then he explained - "Oxygen is pouring off of this electrode. This is the future. We've got the leaf." This means that the most difficult obstacle was overcame as from now on we efficiently produce hydrogen gas by splitting water thanks to his catalysts.
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MIT opens new 'window' on solar energy - MIT News Office - 0 views

    Cost effective devices expected on market soon Imagine windows that not only provide a clear view and illuminate rooms, but also use sunlight to efficiently help power the building they are part of. MIT engineers report a new approach to harnessing the sun's energy that could allow just that.
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teilen. longchamp taschen günstig - 0 views

Ron hatte eine klumpige Paket genommen und wickelte es . Es gab vier Sandwiches innen. Er zog einer von ihnen auseinander und sagte: " Sie vergisst immer, ich weiß nicht wie Corned Beef . "" Tausch...

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started by opinions1 opinions1 on 31 Dec 13 no follow-up yet
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Zug . longchamp le pliage - 0 views

Harry war sich nicht sicher, ob er erklären konnte. Er hatte gerade das beste Geburtstags seines Lebens - und doch - er kaute seine Hamburger und versuchte, die Worte zu finden."Jeder denkt, ich bi...

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started by opinions1 opinions1 on 28 Dec 13 no follow-up yet
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t r u t h o u t | "Major Discovery" From MIT Primed to Unleash Solar Revolution - 0 views

    Scientists mimic essence of plants' energy storage system. In a revolutionary leap that could transform solar power from a marginal, boutique alternative into a mainstream energy source, MIT researchers have overcome a major barrier to large-scale solar power: storing energy for use when the sun doesn't shine.
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Arthur wurde blass. "Sie meinen, ich soll ihr Blut spenden? Blut, das von mir zu ihr fließt?" Van Helsing nickte. "Sie ist krank, sehr krank. Sie braucht Ihr Blut oder sie muss sterben. Wir müssen ...

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started by opinions1 opinions1 on 21 Oct 14 no follow-up yet
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Lacoste Femme Pas Cher La - 0 views

Atlantico : Selon le MIT, la pollution automobile tuerait aux Etats-Unis plus surement que les accidents de la route, respectivement 53 000 et 34 000 personnes. La pollution automobile pourrait-ell...

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started by opinions1 opinions1 on 28 Mar 16 no follow-up yet
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longchamp reisetasche le pliage Wovor - 0 views

Aber wenn ich nur Stroh im Kopf habe, kann ich ja nie etwas lernen, richtig?"Dorothy nickte verständnisvoll. „Komm einfach mit mir mit. Ich frage den Zauberer, ob er dir helfen kann." „Oh danke sch...

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started by opinions1 opinions1 on 14 Oct 14 no follow-up yet
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MIT World » : Global and Regional Climate Change: Underlying Science and Emer... - 0 views

  • The most recent UN report on climate change predicts that greenhouse gases already in circulation have committed the planet to a warming of 2.5 degrees. “No matter what we do today to reduce emissions, the planet will still heat up,” says Ramanathan. But, through a quirk that Ramanathan has spent 10 years uncovering, the planet actually manifests only ¼ of the warming it should based on these climate models. Air pollution, specifically brown clouds from burning biomass, Ramanathan has learned, act as a global warming mask, reducing sunlight on the ground. “On the one hand, it has protected us, but also prevented us from seeing the full blast of the greenhouse effect,” he says. “One of the dumbest things we can do is to reduce sunlight,” because it reduces ocean evaporation, which cuts down on rainfall, and shifts weather systems everywhere, shrinking harvests and glaciers.
  • We are left with “Faustian bargains,” says Ramanathan. If we cut airborne pollutants such as sulfur, the mask will drop, temperatures rise rapidly, and climate tipping elements come into play. Curing one ill causes another. Any plan for “dismantling the experiment we have done with blankets, mirrors and dust must be done as carefully as dismantling a nuclear device.”

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Baran, sur une architecture de réseaux qui reposerait sur la transmission par paquets, tandis que le temps partagé (le Time-Sharing System [50] [50] Le syst232;me de temps partag233; consiste en le...

started by xdora2211133 on 17 Nov 14 no follow-up yet
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longchamp tasche zum umhängen Seward - 0 views

Ich begrüßte Frau Harker und nahm ihr das Gepäck ab, bei dem sich auch eine Reiseschreibmaschine befand. Wir fuhren zu mir und ich bemerkte, dass Frau Harker einen Schauder unterdrücken musste, als...

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started by opinions1 opinions1 on 20 Nov 14 no follow-up yet
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Heute Nacht wird nichts mehr geschehen. Wir sind in Sicherheit. Wir müssen ruhig werden und uns beraten." Das waren Van Helsings kluge Worte. Mina, die sich Jonathans Arm schmiegte, schluchzte: "Ic...

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started by opinions1 opinions1 on 21 Nov 14 no follow-up yet
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Peak Energy: Good Vibrations: The Windbelt - 0 views

    Here's one for the alternative wind power experiments file - a report from BusinessWeek on an interesting design idea, inspired by the Tacoma Narrows Bridge collapse of 1940 - Humdinger's Wind Power Alternative. As an MIT engineering undergraduate visiting the rural fishing village of Petite Anse, Haiti, in 2004, Shawn Frayne hoped to devise a way to convert abundant agricultural waste into cheap fuel. But the budding engineer soon found that the community's mainly poor residents faced an altogether more immediate need. Unconnected to the local power grid, they relied heavily on dirty kerosene lamps, which are not only costly to operate but also unhealthy and dangerous. He decided to devise an alternative-a small, safe, and renewable power generator that could be used to power LED lights and small household electronics, such as radios.
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MIT World » : Implementing Sustainability Strategies - 0 views

  • “Environment is not a special, short-term project, not a fad or flavor of the month,” says Balta. IBM pursues opportunities in and out of the company, including “making brown green:” reducing waste in its business and industrial processes around the world; designing intelligent networks to improve the efficiency of electrical utility operations; developing systems for mitigating traffic congestion in cities; launching a Big Green innovation business unit; and creating an Eco Patent Commons, enabling users the free and unrestricted use of IBM technologies that help solve environmental challenges.
  • “We’re trying to find the sweet spot between social, economic and environmental areas that define sustainability, because at the end of the day if any one of those three legs of the stool aren’t available then the model itself falls down.” says Mark Buckley.
  • British Telecom is tackling three interdependent areas, says Kevin Moss: sustainable economic growth, climate change and creating a more inclusive society.
    ABOUT THE PANEL DISCUSSION: Companies sometimes regard sustainability as "metaphoric low-hanging fruit," says moderator Peter Senge, and reach for a few easy targets to achieve cosmetic improvements. His three panelists describe how their corporations are attempting to embrace sustainability as more than just another high-profile, low-impact initiative that "goes right into an overloaded bucket."
    We can't afford to think of business as the enemy. Businesses in many cases are realizing the importance of sustainability more quickly than the public sector which too often defines its view by outdated political philosophies. This video provides a great deal to think about.
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MIT team plays with fire to create cheap energy | - 0 views

    Out on a lawn at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology with joggers and traffic passing nearby, Spencer Ahrens is demonstrating what looks like either the future of solar power - or perhaps a death ray.
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DailyTech - MIT Students Develop Revolutionary Solar Dish That is Hot Enough to Melt Steel - 0 views

    The solar industry is booming. With waves of investment and grants, the solar power industry is for the first time becoming a serious business. New power plants will soon be pumping power out to consumers, while other firms market to sell panels directly to the consumer, providing them with a more direct means of experiencing solar energy.
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Technology Review: A Better Solar Collector - 0 views

    Looking to make solar panels cheaper, MIT researchers have created sheets of glass coated with advanced organic dyes that more efficiently concentrate sunlight. The researchers, whose results appear in this week's issue of Science, say that the coated glass sheets could eventually make solar power as cheap as electricity from fossil fuels.
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