SOS SA MARS ČOKOLADICOM – Najjednostavniji i najbogatiji sos, koji se lako pravi za samo nekoliko minuta. Isijecite veliku Mars čokoladicu na režnjeve, stavite ih u posudu i dodajte 150 ml mlijeka za tečniji sos, ili istu količinu ekstramasne pavlake za jak i gust sos. Stavite posudu na šerpu s vrućom vodom i miješajte dok […]Prelivi za sladoled – Ice cream toppings — Myrela
CENTRO, the Center for Puerto Rican Studies at Hunter College, presents the webinar “The Puerto Rican Experience in the U.S. Military: A Century of Unheralded Service and Celebration of National Borinqueneers’ Day” on Tuesday, April 13, 2021, 5:00 to 6:30pm (EST). In this event, Harry Franqui-Rivera explores the impact of military service for Puerto Rico, […]The Puerto Rican Experience in the U.S. Military (Celebration of National Borinqueneers’ Day) — Repeating Islands
“Voters’ voices are loud, but for corporate America, consumers’ voices are louder. So, folks, let’s let them hear our voice.”
The speaker is Glenn Kirschner, a former federal prosecutor and cofounder of a new effort called “The Democracy Pledge.” He’s describing this campaign on a podcast.
Love is a subjective emotion. While others talked about love between two person, I want to address love in a different way. To me, it is suffering if you cannot find love (even a wee bit) in what you do on a daily basis. I’m not sure if it is even worth the pay check if you are trading your precious time with happiness.
Below is an article I have shared in a collaborative with Patty Wolters and I hope to shred some light in this little thing we called love.
This is the perfect way to end my March with you. See you in April!
When it comes to career, the golden rule is to enjoy your work rather than just focusing only on your salary or rank. If you are not happy with what you are doing, you are more likely to end up getting depressed and…
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Los hospitales en Brasil han colapsado. Es fácil de decir, pero difícil de mostrar: CNN obtuvo imágenes que encarnan la gravedad de la situación. Entre ellas, una morgue abrumada con cadáveres porque no puede cremarlos lo suficientemente rápido; hospitales públicos con tan poco oxígeno que ponen tanques en el medio de una sala y pasan tubos de paciente a paciente y hasta de sala a sala a través de una ventana; un enfermero cuenta cómo retiró un respirador a un anciano y se lo dio a una persona más joven que tenía más posibilidades de sobrevivir Source: Las duras imágenes que muestran el colapso de hospitales y morgues en Brasil por covid-19
Now antiscience is causing mass deaths once again in this COVID-19 pandemic. Beginning in the spring of 2020, the Trump White House launched a coordinated disinformation campaign that dismissed the severity of the epidemic in the United States, attributed COVID deaths to other causes, claimed hospital admissions were due to a catch-up in elective surgeries, and asserted that ultimately that the epidemic would spontaneously evaporate. It also promoted hydroxychloroquine as a spectacular cure, while downplaying the importance of masks. Other authoritarian or populist regimes in Brazil, Mexico, Nicaragua, Philippines and Tanzania adopted some or all of these elements.
I trace the adoption of antiscience as a major platform of the GOP to the year 2015 when the antivaccine movement pivoted to political extremism on the right. It first began in Southern California when a measles epidemic erupted following widespread vaccine exemptions. The California legislature shut down these exemptions to protect the public health, but this ignited a “health freedom” rallying cry. Health freedom then gained strength and accelerated in Texas where it formed a political action committee linked to the Tea Party. Protests against vaccines became a major platform of the Tea Party; this then generalized in 2020 to defy masks and social distancing. Further accelerating these trends were right wing think tanks such as the American Institute of Economic Research that sponsored the Great Barrington Declaration, and the Hoover Institution at Stanford University, the home of physician Scott Atlas, who became a senior advisor to the Trump White House coronavirus task force.
Containing antiscience will require work and an interdisciplinary approach. For innovative and comprehensive solutions, we might look at interagency task forces in the U.S. government or among the agencies of the United Nations. Given the role of state actors such as Russia, and antivaccine organizations that monetize the internet, we should anticipate that any counteroffensive could be complex and multifaceted. The stakes are high given the high death toll that is already accelerating from the one-two punch of SARS CoV2 and antiscience. We must be prepared to implement a sophisticated infrastructure to counteract this, similar to what we have already done for more established global threats. Antiscience is now a large and formidable security issue.
In life you are not always gonna be the best at everything, somewhere along the way and not even once there are some people who are going to prove that they just do certain things better than you can and that does not mean you are any less than them. The best thing for you is to always do your best by putting your best effort and you will get get what you deserve.
Never judge yourself by the results of other people, Never compare yourself with other people. Learn to be fruitful with your life, learn to focus on your life and learn to be content with what you have.
Keep doing what you do, Keep doing what you can do and never be upset with what you can’t do. Learn to live in…
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We can reduce the environmental impact of manufacturing and create more green jobs when we decide to go greenGreen Jobs and Economic Recovery — FunWritings
Russia’s Defence Minister, Sergei Shoigu has issued orders which effectively block almost all access to Russian military archives from the period of the Second World War. The move is especially alarming given the current regime’s systematic attempts to push its own narrative about that period, distorting or muffling historical facts, for example, about the Soviet Union’s collaboration with Nazi Germany from 1939 to June 1941.