True love, not in circle of friends

Jia Jia is a beautiful single mother, my neighbor. The reason why the barracks in the chaos of friends on the Jia Jia impressed, not because of Jia Jia’s value, but because of her circle of friends, is a perfect mother of all-round presentation. Looks thin and thin even the cap can not be twisted Jia Jia, but it seems like a hanging of the contemporary hot mom model: Got…

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The recovery of the global economy may be only temporary

“The more intense the sun, the more the shadow is deep.” On April 18, 2017, the IMF published the latest World Economic Outlook report, titled “Gaining Momentum”. Based on the strong recovery from the global economy in the past six months, the IMF is expected to raise its global economic growth rate by 0.1 percentage point to 3.5 percent over the previous six months. However, in the face of cyclical…

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World history of the top ten “most unexpected invention”

As the saying goes, “need to be the mother of invention”, but many inventors may not be admitted that “luck” is sometimes the mother of invention. Many people think that in the history of science, many great inventions are the results of the study of scientists’ sleepless nights. However, in fact, many of the most famous and most popular inventions in human history are actually “luck”. 1. telephone Although the…

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Bezos expedition retrieves Apollo rocket engines from ocean floor

A heat exchanger from an Apollo F-1 engine is seen in this handout photo from Bezos ExpeditionsBy Irene Klotz CAPE CANAVERAL, Florida (Reuters) – A recovery team funded by Amazon founder Jeff Bezos has plucked two rocket engines from the floor of the Atlantic Ocean that were used to send astronauts to the moon more than 40 years ago, he wrote on the project’s website on Wednesday. Bezos, the chief executive of Amazon, last year announced plans to search the sea floor for rocket motors shed during Saturn 5 launches to the moon during the 1969-1972 Apollo program. Bezos Expeditions found and retrieved two Saturn 5 first-stage engines from three miles beneath the Atlantic Ocean. …

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