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Star Parties: Discovering the Night Sky

Locations away from city lights with clear skies make ideal places for star parties. Photograph by Bruce Dale More than a hundred adults and kids gather on a cold evening, chattering excitedly as they stand in the dark on a Virginia hillside. The odd thing is, no one has turned on a flashlight, and no streetlights or house lights wink on around them. These people have travelled to the countryside more than an hour from Washington, D.C., to get away from the glow of city lights. Thats because they are attending a star party. Star parties are gatherings where professional and amateur astronomers set up their telescopes and invite people to come learn about the night sky. Getting away from light pollution, or artificial skylight from buildings for example, helps stargazers see objects in the sky much better. At this star party, Sean OBrien of the National Air and Space Museums Einstein Planetarium starts off by asking the crowd to simply look up and take in all they can see. He points out plenty of things that can be seen with out special equipment. Stars, satellites, and even the Andromeda galaxy can be found if you know where to look. After OBriens guided tour, several dozen astronomers offer close-up views. Each has focused their telescope on a different part of the sky. As kids take a look, the owner gives a mini-lesson. OBrien says you can have your own star party at home and learn a lot just by paying attention to whats happening up above. Watch the sky as the seasons pass, and you will see that it changes, he says. Or start with the moon. Lots of people know the full moon and the crescent moon, but dont know the phases in between. Notice when and where you are seeing itmaybe even in the early morning while you wait for the school bus.

The herringbone is one of the simplest braids on the planet to do, but one of the harder ones to make look good.

Directions: 1. Gather a section of hair where you want the braid to start. 2. Insert your left index finger through the strand, bottom to top, separating the section into two strands. Use your right hand to finish separating the two strands. 3.Gather a small section of hair from the right side of the head the section over your index finger and combine it with the left 4. Move hand strand (between your thumb and index finger.)

ransfer both strands to your right hand. 5.Gather a small section of hair from the left side of the head. 6.Move the section over your index finger and combine it with the night-hand strand (between your thumb and index finger.) 7.Transfer the strands back into your left hand 8.Repeat 3-8 until there is no more hair to add. 9. Take the right strand in your right hand and the left strand in your left hand. Note: For the sake of clarity, we'll say that the last section of hair gathered was from the left crossing over to the right. 10.Insert your right index finger, palm up, through the back portion of the right strand, separating off a small section. 11.Turn your right hand palm down and add the separated section to the strand in your left hand. (Return your right hand to palm-up position.) 12. Use your left index finger to separate a small section from the back of the left strand. 13. Turn your left hand palm down and add the section to the right-hand strand. (Turn hand palm-up again.) 14.Repeat steps 11-14 to end of braid. 15.Tie off with hair fastener.

Once upon a time, allegedly, in a nice little forest, there lived an orphaned bunny and an orphaned snake. By surprising coincidence both were blind from birth. One day, the bunny was hopping through the forest, and the snake was slithering through the forest, when the bunny tripped over the snake and fell down. This, of course, knocked the snake about quite a bit. 'Oh, my,' said the bunny, 'I'm terribly sorry. I didn't mean to hurt you. I've been blind since birth, so, I can't see where I'm going. In fact, since I'm also an orphan, I don't even know what I am.' 'It's quite OK,' replied the snake. 'Actually, my story is much the same as yours. I, too, have been blind since birth, and also never knew my mother. Tell you what, maybe I could slither all over you, and work out what you are, so at least you'll have that going for you.' 'Oh, that would be wonderful,' replied the bunny. So the snake slithered all over the bunny, and said, 'Well, you're covered with soft fur; you have really long ears; your nose twitches; and you have a soft cottony tail. I'd say that you must be a bunny rabbit.' 'Oh, thank you! excitement. Thank you,' cried the bunny in obvious

The bunny suggested to the snake, 'Maybe I could feel you all over with my paw, and help you the same way you've helped me.' So the bunny

6 felt the snake all over, and remarked, 'Well, you're scaly and smooth, and you have a forked tongue, no backbone and no balls. I'd say you must be either an accountant, or possibly someone in senior management.'

Whitney Houston
Another one great voice in the history has been lost. On February 11th, 2012 ( Saturday) the world lost an amazing talent with a crystal voice ( the world call her 'the voice' for the amazing and beautiful voice that she had ) Whitney Houston at the age of forty-eight. She died in her room at the Beverly Hilton Hotel , in Beverly Hills , California. Her death was the day before the 2012 Grammy Awards where she would appear. When her daughter Bobbi Kristina Houston learned that her mum was dead, wanted to see her at the hotel . The police didn't let her see her mum and as a result she went to the hospital with crunch. The morning of the Grammy , the world should pause and pray for the memory of a gifted songbird'' Said Sharpton in a written statement. Whitney Houston's funeral was on Saturday 18th at the New Hope Baptist Church in Newark, where Houston honed her wide vocal range as a young choral singer with her mother Cissy Houston R.I.P Whitney Houston WE WILL ALWAYS LOVE YOU

The most dangerous bird in the world!


According to the Guinness Book of Records the most dangerous bird in the world is famous Cassowary, known most for its beauty and its stunning colors which it has on its head and also for the great resemblance to the ostrich. The Cassowary has extremely strong legs, powerful beak and sharp claws that if you decide you can easily ... heart! Moreover, it is particularly aggressive bird to humans, so if you see a Cassowary, a good idea is to lie on the ground and leave it to overtake you. Under no consider dont think to run because the Cassowary will arrive very quickly, it

can develop rapidly. And if you decide to swim to the escape, just let you know that is a good swimmer! Besides unfairly bears the nickname "land shark" or "ninjas of the birds." So, if you ever find yourself in the wild, it would not only watch the wild animals and reptiles and these beautiful birds are the No.1 risk for human!

Ham And Cheese Sandwich


1 Pound Cooked Twice Ground Ham 10 Tablespoons Butter Or Margarine, Softened 3 Tablespoons Dijon Mustard Teaspoon Ground All Spice 1/8 Teaspoon Ground Nutmeg Teaspoon Fresh Cracked Pepper Teaspoon Dried Thyme 1 Ounce Swiss Cheese, Cubed 1 Ounce Sharp Cheddar Cheese, Cubed 1 Loaf French Bread 2 Cucumbers Information: Serving Size 24-30 295 Calories Per Serving 13 Grams Of Fat Cooking Directions:

9 In a large mixing bowl combine the butter, mustard, allspice, nutmeg, pepper and thyme. Mix well until smooth. Add twice ground ham to the butter mix; blend well. Now take your French bread and slightly cut off the ends. And give it a large horizontal cut. Now pull out the soft inner bread. Spread/press the ham mixture into the bread. Top with the Swiss cheese slices, cucumbers and top the cucumber with the sharp cheddar cheese. Add the remaining mixture to the top of that. Wrap the sandwich tightly with plastic wrap than foil. Add this sandwich to the fridge for 4 hours or overnight. When ready to serve slice thinly and enjoy. Get for gatherings or birthday parties.



10 The tallest man living is Sultan Ksen (Turkey, b.10 December 1982) who measured 251 cm (8 ft 3 in) in Ankara, Turkey, on 08 February 2011. The part-time farmer was the first man over 8 ft (2.43 m) to be measured by Guinness World Record in over 20 years. Indeed, GWR only knows of 10 confirmed or reliable cases in history of humans reaching 8 ft or more. Sultan also holds the records for widest hand span and largest feet on a living person. Speaking at the time of his entry into the Guinness World Records family he said: 'I never imagined I would be in the book, I dreamed about it, but it was still a huge surprise'.

The information coming at you today may be clouded and delusional, Aries. Take it with a grain of salt. Someone could try to pull the wool over your eyes. Check the bus schedule twice before hopping on board. You could find yourself lost in the wrong part of town otherwise. Have patience and try not to get too upset if you aren't receiving the answers you want. The truth will come out soon enough.

Your fantasy world will be especially active today, Taurus, and you should feel free to take off into dreamland. Let your imagination run the show today and you'll be delightfully surprised at the rewards this will bring to your everyday life. It may be hard to make a decision about anything practical, so don't even try. Leave it to a day in which you're feeling more grounded.

Things might not feel like they're fitting into place today, Gemini, so don't try to press the issue. You may sense a strong desire to escape into fantasyland and never come back. Resist the temptation to indulge in recreational substances that might leave you feeling more muddled than before. Get your work done and then let loose. Escape into the depths of your mind and explore what rich fantasies your inner self has to offer.

Your physical vitality is extra strong today, Cancer, although your thoughts may be a little clouded. Someone could strongly object to an action of yours, but realize that their motivation may be a bit skewed. Muster the self-confidence to stand up for yourself at this time. Whatever happens, you'll be called on to take action one way or another. Take the time to assess the facts carefully, because there may be trickery going on.

There could be a bit of confusion in your world today, Leo. Trying to make sense of what's going on might not be the easiest task. Rational thinking and analytical processes may not be the best way to find the solution. You might be better off just letting the issue sit for now and deal with it later when the facts are clearer. Let go of control and the desire to make sense of it all. Instead, just relax and let the day take you where it will.

You're asked to spring into action today, Virgo, so don't resist it. Be aware of the fact that things may not be as they seem. There could be a strange faade over the situation that you should be aware of before you act. Your head may seem a bit clouded. Your fantasy world is especially active today, so you might feel the urge to run away and never come back. That might not be a bad idea.

It might be hard to get to the root of a matter today, Libra. Instead of getting stressed about it, take a long nap sometime this afternoon. Water your plants and read a book. Escape into some sort of fantasyland that takes you away from your daily life. Dealing with people on their own terms may prove extremely difficult. The other party might not be acting from a point of assuredness. Deal with them later.

Enjoy a spirited day in which you indulge in everything your heart desires, Scorpio. Your imagination could take you to a whole new realm in which you play the starring role. Live these fantasies. Remember that if you can dream it, you can do it, so think big. The fire inside you burns brightly, so make good use of this power before it's squandered away by someone else tugging on the strings.

You may be feeling especially concerned with others today, Sagittarius. Your thoughts are with the less fortunate. Perhaps you should consider teaming up with a local church or other community organization to help your immediate community. Your spiritual well-being is also important to you today, and you should do something to honor this part of you. It could be hard for you to keep yourself grounded.

Today is an active day for you in which you would do well working with groups of others, Capricorn. Your imagination is especially active and you might find yourself playing out scenes from your dreams. The people in your life are playing a more important role than they have in times past. Recognize and appreciate these key people. Work with them to lift the layer of fog that seems to be clouding the air today.

Today is a day to roll with the punches, Aquarius. Don't take anything too seriously, and refrain from making any major decisions. You might get the sense that something or someone is working behind the scenes without your knowledge. Trust your instincts. See what you can do to bridge the gap between reality and what you sense from the spiritual world. Visit the ocean or take a long walk in the woods.

This could very well be one of those days in which you forget to put on your shoes before heading out the door, Pisces. Make sure your head is screwed on tight before you climb out of bed this morning; otherwise you might find it floating up in the clouds. Daydreams will seep into your consciousness no matter how hard you try to keep your mind focused on the matter at hand.



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13 Eurodisney est un parc de loisirs dans la banlieu Est de Paris. Il y existe l deux parcs thme, un qui concerne les jeux pour les enfants mais aussi pour les plus ags et un autre qui est un complexe de cinma, des studios et les effets speciaux. Le Disney Village Entertainment District Contient une varit de restaurants, bars, boutiques, Show de Buffalo Bill sauvage Dner de l'Ouest et d'autres lieux et reste ouvert aprs Les parcs proches. Dans ce lieu immense, il y a aussi des restaurants et des cafes bien equipes!

Mariangela Thanou et Thanos Loukopoulos Prparatoire


Jean-Jacques Rousseau (28 Juin 1712 au 2 Juillet 1778) tait un philosophe genevois, crivain et compositeur du 18e sicle Romantisme d'expression franaise. Sa philosophie politique a influenc la Rvolution franaise ainsi que le dveloppement global de la pense politique, sociologique et pdagogique moderne. Son roman mile, ou, sur l'ducation est un trait sur l'ducation de la personne dans son ensemble la citoyennet. Son roman sentimental Julie, ou La Nouvelle Hlose est d'une importance au dveloppement de la pr-romantisme et le romantisme dans la fiction crits autobiographiques de Rousseau. Ses Confessions, qui a initi l'autobiographie moderne, et ses Rveries d'un promeneur solitaire - exemple de la fin du 18e sicle, le mouvement connu sous le nom de la sensibilit ge, avec un accent croissant sur la subjectivit et de l'introspection qui a caractris l'ge moderne. Son Discours sur l'origine de


l'ingalit et de son Contrat social sont les pierres angulaires de la pense politique et sociale moderne et faire une forte [citation ncessaire] cas pour le gouvernement dmocratique et l'mancipation sociale. Rousseau tait un compositeur succs de la musique, d'ailleurs. Il a crit sept opras ainsi que de la musique sous d'autres formes, et il fait des contributions la musique comme un thoricien. Au cours de la priode de la Rvolution franaise, Rousseau tait le plus populaire des philosophes parmi les membres du club des Jacobins. Rousseau, un francmaon a t enterr comme un hros national au Panthon Paris, en 1794, 16 ans aprs sa mort.