Halloween chocolate cake

Would you prefer to like chocolate cake or another kind of cake for Halloween?

Hey pixels!! It’s almost Halloween! Have you already decorated your houses? Do you have a nice/scary costume? Are you baking a cake? In my town, most people does not celebrate Halloween, but this is not a reason to stop me baking a Halloween cake. It’s always a good moment to bake a cake!! I’ve chosen […]

via Halloween chocolate cake — the happiest pixel

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Rick Roll ( Chemistry Class )

Rick Roll ( Chemistry Class )


 

Chemistry is an interesting and boring both.
Nowadays kids use cell phones and internet while doing their homework.
I usually like it but sometimes stress-out what about concentration or big fancy words, and whole world kind of these things.
We always remember complicated things, if it has some story behind it.
But using humor in education can benefit us.

Makes us more beautiful.:)

We are in new era of technology.

Have fun!!!!

More than 20 FREE Things To Do in Huston 

More than 20 FREE Things To Do in Huston 


Huston is so beautiful. I never been their, but i have seen pictures. 🙂

Sarah Flournoy of Houston Audubon commented, “The Upper Texas Coast is a nature-lover’s dream, and the City Nature Challenge encouraged us to get outside, have fun, and document the plants, birds, mammals, reptiles, and insects that make up our unique region.”

https://houstonaudubon.org/about/news/city-nature-challenge.html

http://www.southernsavers.com/top-25-free-things-houston-finished/

Iceland’s tallest waterfall

Iceland’s tallest waterfall
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Glymur has long been considered Iceland’s tallest waterfall. It was only recently de-throned when a new waterfall was discovered deep in Morsárjökull glacier in 2011. Despite no longer carrying the title of tallest in the country this amazing 198 m (650 ft) waterfall is breathtaking. Its name translates to “boom” or “rumble” reflecting the great sound of this waterfall […]

via The Hike to Glymur Waterfall Iceland — Ashley at Altitude

History of Mathematics

History of Mathematics

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I’ve found a brilliant digital painting of some of the most important mathematicians in mathematics history. The link is for the original blog entry by the artist, where a full-size version can be viewed. It has a breakdown of who’s who underneath, with a short description of the accomplishments of each scientist. →THIS IS IT←

via History of Mathematics — All This Stuff in one Place

Kirstenbosch Botanical Garden, Cape Town

Kirstenbosch Botanical Garden, Cape Town

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Imagine a garden, over 500 hectares in size and part of a UNESCO World Heritage Site. A garden which scores an average of 4.8 out of 5 across some 894 Google reviews and a garden situated in one of the most florally diverse regions in the world. It’s a pretty good bet I couldn’t stay […]

via Kirstenbosch Botanical Garden, Cape Town — Janna Schreier Garden Design

The Musical Map Of The United States

The Musical Map Of The United States

It’s a “chart of human experience, unearthed through music.” Brooklyn Magazine presents a musical map of the United States, with a personal essay to accompany each representative song.

via The Musical Map Of The United States — Discover