MH370 Safety Investigation Report released by the Ministry of Transport Malaysia on 30 July 2018
My goal is to document as many known ‘Love Lock’ locations Around the World. Do you know of any more ‘Love Lock’ locations that are not on the map yet, please share them in the comment section so i can add them to the map! 🙂
A ‘love lock’ or ‘love padlock’ is a padlock which lovers, sweethearts or individuals lock to a bridge, fence, gate, or similar public fixture to symbolize their love. Typically their names or initials are inscribed on the padlock and the key is thrown away to symbolize unbreakable love.
Since the 2000s, love locks have proliferated at an increasing number of locations worldwide. They are now mostly treated by municipal authorities as litter or vandalism due to the damage they can cause, public safety, and the cost of removing the padlocks. However, there are authorities who embrace them and who use them as fundraising projects, art or tourism attractions.
So please remember before you hang your ‘Love Lock’ somewhere that you have permission to do so!
More info https://bookofresearch.wordpress.com/2018/02/26/love-locks-all-around-the-world/
Link to the map http://tinyurl.com/LoveLocksAroundTheWorld (click an icon for info, images and/or videos)
Ginger is one of the healthiest foods in the world and rightly called a super food. According the ancient Chinese medicine books, it has been used for at least 4000 years as a seasoning and a medicine. Find out more about the benefits of ginger.
The Perseid meteor shower is one of the brighter meteor showers that occurs every year and will peak on the night of August 12 and early morning hours of August 13. Find out when and where to watch.
Meet the Axolotl, a Mexican salamander which looks like it comes straight from a cartoon or a Pokemon movie.
Mark your Calendar! On Monday, August 21, 2017, you might be treated to an eclipse of the sun. Anyone within the path of totality can see one of nature’s most awe inspiring sights – a total solar eclipse.
Find out what, when and where. Links to live streams included.
At about 40 light-years (235 trillion miles) from Earth, the system of planets is relatively close to us, in the constellation Aquarius. Because they are located outside of our solar system, these planets are scientifically known as exoplanets.
This exoplanet system is called TRAPPIST-1, named for The Transiting Planets and Planetesimals Small Telescope (TRAPPIST) in Chile. In May 2016, researchers using TRAPPIST announced they had discovered three planets in the system. Assisted by several ground-based telescopes, including the European Southern Observatory’s Very Large Telescope, Spitzer confirmed the existence of two of these planets and discovered five additional ones, increasing the number of known planets in the system to seven.
The world is filled with information, but also a lot of misinformation, presented as if it were the truth. No single truth purveyor, no matter how reliable, should be considered an infallible source of accurate information.
Don’t just look at a usually-reliable source to do all of the thinking, judging, and weighing for you. People are people and people make mistakes and/or act from various motives and intentions.
Even professors may sometimes pass along unverifiable rumor as if it were the truth. And even textbooks frequently include numerous factual errors.
So always use your own mind, do your own research and check and double check the facts and sources of the things you read or hear.
Here are some tips to help you ..