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Consciousness -- the final frontier | Dada Gunamuktananda | TEDxNoosa 2014
Dada Gunamuktananda: Yogi and Meditation Teacher
Bio: Dada Gunamuktananda has trained in meditation, yoga and natural health sciences in Australia, the Philippines and India. He has been a meditation teacher of Ananda Marga since 1995 and has taught and lectured on meditation in New Zealand, Australia, Europe, the Middle East, and the Far East.
Title: Consciousness : The Final Frontier
Synopsis: The exploration of inner space, our own consciousness, is ultimately connected to our discovery of outer space. Just as the world becomes a smaller place with increase in communication and transport technology, so the universe becomes a smaller place with the increase in meditation technology!
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Measuring the Greatest Ocean Depth
The Challenger Deep in the Mariana Trench is the deepest known point in Earth's oceans. In 2010 the United States Center for Coastal & Ocean Mapping measured the depth of the Challenger Deep at 10,994 meters (36,070 feet) below sea level with an estimated vertical accuracy of ± 40 meters. If Mount Everest, the highest mountain on Earth, were placed at this location it would be covered by over one mile of water.
The first depth measurements in the Mariana Trench were made by the British survey ship HMS Challenger, which was used by the Royal Navy in 1875 to conduct research in the trench. The greatest depth that they recorded at that time was 8,184 meters (26,850 feet).
In 1951, another Royal Navy vessel, also named the HMS Challenger, returned to the area for additional measurements. They discovered an even deeper location with a depth of 10,900 meters (35,760 feet) determined by echo sounding. The Challenger Deep was named after the Royal Navy vessel that made these measurements.
In 2009, sonar mapping done by researchers aboard the RV Kilo Moana, operated by the University of Hawaii, determined the depth to be 10,971 meters (35,994 feet) with a potential error of ± 22 meters. The most recent measurement, done in 2010, is the 10,994 meter ( ± 40 meter accuracy) depth reported at the top of this article, measured by the United States Center for Coastal & Ocean Mapping.
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What is 6÷2(1+2) = ? The Correct Answer Explained
What is 6÷2(1+2) = ? This problem went viral and generated millions of comments on Facebook, Twitter, YouTube and social media sites. I explain how to get the correct answer by using the modern interpretation of the order of operations. I also explain how you would get a different answer under historical usage of the division symbol.
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8 Bad Lessons You Should Avoid Teaching Children
How to Raise Kids. Some parents can’t stop worrying that they’re gonna mess it up or that their kid’s gonna have it tough. According to some statistics, though, most parents are confident in their skills. However, parents often teach their kids the wrong lessons that influence them in the worst way. We’ve checked with the best psychologists to come up with a list of 8 bad lessons a lot of parents unknowingly teach their kids. We’ve also provided some healthy alternatives that’ll help you raise your kids to become strong, confident, and self-sufficient adults.
Bad Lesson #1: Snitching is wrong. 1:02
Bad Lesson #2: Children shouldn’t express their negative emotions. 2:27
Bad Lesson #3: You should try to make people like you. 4:38
Bad Lesson #4: Get good grades or you’ll never get a good job. 6:14
Bad Lesson #5: “Always the best for my baby!” 8:03
Bad Lesson #6: Making a mistake means losing something. 10:13
Bad Lesson #7: Children should never be idle. 12:44
Bad Lesson #8: Children must always share their toys. 14:09
-Parents should teach their kids to talk openly about unfair or difficult situations and be patient if some of the stories they tell don’t really seem like a big deal through the eyes of an adult.
-Encourage your child to express their feelings in a safe way.
-A child should not have to sacrifice their own interests and goals to please others, and they shouldn’t let anyone force them to do something they don’t want to do.
-Tell your child to work hard to gain knowledge, but don’t wrap themselves up in good grades.
-Financially responsible parents make great role models for their children, who learn the value of money and use it as a tool, not as entertainment.
-Honest mistakes don’t need to be punished. If your child gets a bad grade or flunks a test, that might mean they just need help with a tough subject.
-Many psychologists claim that children won’t learn to rely on themselves if their parents don’t give them some alone time. Provide them with toys, books, and other activities, but let your child choose how to entertain themselves.
-Encourage your children to share their toys while instilling in them a sense of fairness. If another child wants to borrow the ball they’re playing with, it’s reasonable for the kids to play with that ball together.
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To find work you love, don't follow your passion | Benjamin Todd | TEDxYouth@Tallinn
Mainstream career advice tells us to “follow our passion”, but this advice is dead wrong. Research shows that people who take this approach are ultimately no more likely to enjoy or excel at their jobs. Instead, if you’re looking for a fulfilling career, here’s a new slogan to live by: Do what’s valuable.
Benjamin Todd is the co-founder and Executive Director of 80,000 Hours, an Oxford-based charity dedicated to helping people find fulfilling careers that make a real difference. In three years, 80,000 Hours has grown from a student society to a thriving charity featured on the BBC, the Washington Post, NPR and more, and whose online careers guide has been viewed by hundreds of thousands of people.
Benjamin Todd on heategevusorganisatsiooni 80 000 Hours kaasasutaja, nende eesmärk on aidata inimesi, kes tahavad suurendada oma karjääri positiivset mõju maailmale. Ben on juhtinud 80 000 Hoursi kasvu kolme aasta jooksul tudengiorganisatsioonist Oxfordi heategevusorganisatsiooniks, mida on mainitud nii BBC, Washington Post ja NPR jt.meediaväljaannetes. Ben on õppinud Oxfordis füüsikat ja filosoofiat, avaldanud kirjutisi kliimafüüsika teemal ja räägib hiina keelt.
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Cómo hacer Bebida Alcalina de Limón y Bicarbonato
Cómo hacer bebida alcalina natural con limón y bicarbonato, ideal para runners y deportistas.
Es bien conocido el gran mercado de bebidas refrescantes existente. Existen de todos los colores, sabores, con estabilizadores, con cloruro sódico, con potenciadores de sabor, todas ellas con gran cantidad de azúcar y, en el peor de los casos con edulcorantes, muchos de ellos potencialmente peligrosos.
Es una pena seguir acidificando tu cuerpo con sustancias tóxicas y llenando el bolsillo de las multinacionales, pues resulta muy fácil, muy rápido y más barato hacer tu propia bebida alcalina casera. Es refrescante y francamente buena para tu organismo, mejor que cualquier bebida comercial.
Las propiedades de este refresco son fabulosas y cuando las conozcas seguro que pasarás a ser un asiduo consumidor del mismo. Son muchos los beneficios de tomar regularmente esta bebida alcalina casera, hecha con ingredientes naturales como el limón y el bicarbonato sódico. En forma de zumo es un refresco muy saludable con muy bajo valor calórico y gran contenido de vitamina C.
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Hola a todos los seguidores del Blog del Runner. Soy Teodoro Vázquez.
Hoy quiero enseñarnos a elaborar una bebida alcalina muy interesante y que puede ser el sustituto ideal de los refrescos y bebidas que hay en el mercado.
El procedimiento para realizarla es el siguiente:
Bueno, pues vamos a empezar a elaborar la bebida alcalina. Para ello disponemos de dos limones, los cuales vamos a cortar y proceder a exprimirlos.
Bueno, una vez exprimidos los limones, el siguiente paso es el verter el contenido en un litro de agua que tenemos ya echado en la jarra.
Y el último paso: cogemos una cucharilla de café y tomamos una cantidad de bicarbonato más o menos como ésta, colmada bien la cuchara, y la vertemos dentro de la jarra.
Ahora el bicarbonato está reaccionando con el zumo de limón. Aparece una cantidad de espuma en la parte superior. Y lo dejamos así reposar.
Bueno, pues cómo habéis visto es muy fácil de hacer. Se trata de una bebida muy refrescante, además de que mantiene el pH alcalino de vuestro cuerpo, lo cual es muy interesante para todos los runners.
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Passive Income: How I make $40,000/year doing nothing (software engineer edition)
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