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Will You Outlive Your Favorite Celebrity? by Barbara Kimmel
... Here are some thought provoking questions that are included in the 55 question “Death Calculator”. 1. Where is your ancestral home? (if not given, enter a score of 0). US = minus 2. Austria-UK = minus 1. Canada-France-Italy = 0. Australia-Singapore-Sweden = plus 2. Japan = plus 3. FACT: Life expectancy varies by nation due to genetic and cultural differences. 2. What is your gender ? Female = plus 1. Male = minus 2. FACT: Life expectancy favors the female gender regardless of culture.

Sixties: The Decade of Rebellion by Phil Edwards
... This innovation led to the development of the hand-held pocket calculator by Texas Instruments, though calculators did not come into general use until the early seventies. But the world didn’t understand how much science and technology was really going to change their lives – until Neil Armstrong spoke to the world from the surface of the Moon in 1969. It was a fitting end to a remarkable decade.

The Notebooks Of Leonardo Davinci by Kevin Wilson
... Leonardo kept notebooks as a private journal, intentionally censoring his work from those who might irresponsibly use it (the tank, for instance). The writings remained obscure until the 19th century, and were not directly of value to the development of science and technology. In January 2005, researchers discovered the hidden laboratory used by Leonardo da Vinci for studies of flight and other pioneering scientific work in previously sealed rooms at a monastery in the heart of Florence.

Is Zone Diet a Fad? by Lulia Pascanu
... It relies on testimonials and success stories rather than scientific proof Dr. Sears says "Let me be a little more specific about the rewards you'll reap from staying in the Zone" ("Enter the Zone", p. 4). A few paragraphs later he tells the happy stories of Steve Courson (a famous National Football League player in the late 1970's), his teammate John Corb and Dr. Chris Kyriazis, head of European Marketing for IBM. I believe these examples are not specific but unusual.

Middle Zone Standard Study Of Handwriting by Jacob Cammarata
... A calibrated, documented caliper capable of measuring in increments of .0005 inch, traceable to the United States national bureau of standards, NIST, was used in the measurement process along with a scientific calculator. Five measurements were made on each of the 500 samples. The measurements were made in the following manner: one from the top of the display, three from the middle of the display and a final one from the end of the display. These measurements were tediously taken at random ...

Web Traffic Techniques You Can Use Right Now for 2006 by Jason Mangrum
... Next, get out a calculator and punch in the price of what you want. Divide that number by the price for whatever item you want to sell. Round up to the nearest whole number, and you've got a definite number. This number equals the amount of sales you'll need to get your wish. Now use the formula described in this article, and funnel the correct amount of sales into your business, by getting the traffic, pre-qualifying them, and going for the sale using CII to guide you along every step of ...

Casino Games and Mathematics - Part 2 by A. Prudent
... small article in an American academic journal (Thorp E.O. "A favourable strategy for twenty-one", 47, 110-112, (1961)). And despite the small size of the article and, consequently, an extremely condensed form of persentment, made it comprehensible for rather a narrow group of professionals, one can be sure that a number of American scientists and their friends certainly "improved" their material situation (owners of gambling houses were unlikely to read scientific magazines at that time).

Soapmaking Recipes - What Goes Into A Good One? by Lisa Chambers
... One really great lye calculator that is one of my favorites when it comes to sitting down o formulate recipes is the SoapCalc. Exceptions and SuperfattingWhen I first began soapmaking I was a complete and utter butter addict! Cocoa butter, mango butter, shea butter I knew this was some good stuff so I figured the more the better Well that just isn't always the case! I found my soap to be a tad on the drying side, which I didn't expect because of the reputation of these luxury ingredients.

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