The 10 commandants for happiness and success
Don’t compare yourself to others.
Only surround yourself with brilliant and positive people.
Don’t be afraid to fail, failure is the best thing that could happen to you.
Find your vocation and have pleasure doing it.
Be careful when listening to people.
Be generous, share when you can.
Stay healthy, eat healthily, exercise and balance your life.
Don’t be afraid to disappoint anyone.
Don’t watch TV and don’t follow the media too much.
Have strong values and stick to them, no matter what.
These are some excellent points that we should all live our lives by. The last one happens to be my favourite.
New connections can allow these cells to operate at solar concentrations of 70,000 suns
“We have discovered that by inserting a very thin film of gallium arsenide into the connecting junction of stacked cells we can virtually eliminate voltage loss without blocking any of the solar energy,” says Dr. Salah Bedair
Essentially, scientists will be able to harness significantly more solar energy in the same square footage of panels. More efficient and effective renewable energy coming soon to a roof near you!
Infectious diseases don’t care about ‘why’ you choose to be unvaccinated
Most people have not lived in a time of plagues or remember their effects. Most people do not read history or look at the morbidity and mortality of vaccine-preventable illnesses in the third world. But the reality is that vaccine-preventable illness are still there and the barriers to prevent their return are surprisingly fragile. It doesn’t take much thinning of herd immunity to allow vaccine-preventable illnesses to come storming back.
Sadly, we live in a time to people in America being too comfortable. We have the likes of Jenny McCarthy wrongly linking vaccinations to her child’s autism.
Tesla Model S outperforms an Aston Martin
It is the future… today. It offers most of the usability of the world’s best luxury saloons, but with no tailpipe emissions and a fraction of the running costs. And it handles too.
Just look at those corner turns and acceleration. Simply exhilarating.
Elon Musk is pretty much Tony Stark
The system uses the Leap Motion controller to track hand gestures. Implementations of the system include a version using 3D glasses, a free-standing glass projection (as seen in Iron Man) and the Oculus Rift headset for the full virtual reality experience. To top it all off, the team then printed the part in titanium using a 3D laser metal printer.
What can’t Elon do? He is so going to Mars in his lifetime.
Pope Francis tells G20 to not engage in military action in Syria
“To the (G20) leaders present, to each and every one, I make a heartfelt appeal for them to help find ways to overcome the conflicting positions and to lay aside the futile pursuit of a military solution.”
Couldn’t have said it better myself.