Smartest people of all time

Paul Allen
1. Billionaire Paul Allen reportedly has an IQ of between 160 and 170. Allen was born in 1953 in Seattle and made friends with Bill Gates while still at school. He attended Washington State University but quit his studies in 1974 and then talked Gates into leaving Harvard. The following year, the pair founded Microsoft in New Mexico. After he was told that he had Hodgkin s lymphoma in 1982, Allen stepped back from Microsoft and eventually resigned in 2000, although he remained in an advisory capacity. He is a renowned philanthropist, and his donations to science, education, conservation, the arts and technology exceed $1.5 billion. As well as being a stakeholder in technology, media and other companies, Allen owns the Seattle Seahawks and the Portland Trailblazers and part owns MLS team the Seattle Sounders. He launched the Allen Institute for Brain Science in 2003 and founded space transport company Stratolaunch Systems in 2011. .....
Christopher Langan
2. Born in San Francisco in 1952, self educated Christopher Langan is a special kind of genius. By the time he turned four, he d already taught himself how to read. At high school, according to Langan, he tutored himself in advanced math, physics, philosophy, Latin and Greek, all that. What s more, he allegedly got 100 percent on his SAT test, even though he slept through some of it. Langan attended Montana State University but dropped out. Rather like the titular character in 1997 movie Good Will Hunting, Langan didn t choose an academic career; instead, he worked as a doorman and developed his Cognitive Theoretic Model of the Universe during his downtime. In 1999, on TV newsmagazine 20/20, neuropsychologist Robert Novelly stated that Langan s IQ said to be between 195 and 210 was the highest he d ever measured. Langan has been dubbed the smartest man in America. .....
Judit Polgar
3. Born in Budapest, Hungary in 1976, Judit Polg .....
Marilyn vos Savant
4. Marilyn vos Savant was born in 1946 in Missouri. In 1986 the columnist and author made history when she was named in The Guinness Book of World Records as the person possessing the highest IQ, with a reported score of 228. She is said to have achieved the score on the Stanford Binet test at the age of ten. In the mid 1980s, Savant also took the controversial Mega Test, scoring an IQ of 186. In the wake of her newfound fame, Parade magazine launched the popular Ask Marilyn column, which still runs today. Savant has been a member of elite one in a million IQ society the Mega Society. And in 1989 New York magazine called her and husband Robert Jarvik who designed the first successful artificial heart the smartest couple in New York. .....
John H Sununu
5. With a reported IQ of 180, John H. Sununu is another individual who has proved equal to the eligibility criteria for acceptance into the Mega Society high IQ club. Born in 1939 in Havana, Cuba, Sununu studied mechanical engineering at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, achieving his bachelor s degree in 1961, his master s in 1963 and his Ph.D. in 1966. After he graduated, Sununu worked as a professor at Massachusetts based Tufts University until 1968, when he was appointed the school s associate dean of engineering, a position he held until 1973. Between 1983 and 1989 Sununu served as the governor of New Hampshire; then in 1989 he became the White House Chief of Staff. However, in 1991 Sununu stepped down following allegations that he had abused his government travel privileges. .....
Neil deGrasse Tyson
6. Neil deGrasse Tyson is a high profile American astrophysicist and research associate at the American Museum of Natural History, and he is also Frederick P. Rose Director of the Hayden Planetarium in New York City. Tyson was born in New York in 1958 and loved astronomy from a young age. In 1980 he graduated from Harvard with a bachelor s degree in physics, and he went on to earn his master s in astronomy from the University of Texas in 1983. He then went to Columbia, where he obtained his M.Phil. in astrophysics in 1989 and his Ph.D. two years later. Tyson achieved pop culture fame presenting educational PBS show NOVA ScienceNow from 2006 to 2011, and he has made numerous TV guest appearances. The awards he has received include a NASA Distinguished Public Service Medal, and in 2001 Asteroid 1994KA was renamed 13123 Tyson in his honor. .....
Kim Ung Yong
7. Before The Guinness Book of World Records withdrew its Highest IQ category in 1990, South Korean former child prodigy Kim Ung Yong made the list with a score of 210. Kim was born in Seoul in 1963, and by the time he turned three, he could already read Korean, Japanese, English and German. When he was just eight years old, Kim moved to America to work at NASA. At that time, I led my life like a machine. I woke up, solved the daily assigned equation, ate, slept, and so forth, he has explained. I was lonely and had no friends. While he was in the States, Kim allegedly obtained a doctorate degree in physics, although this is unconfirmed. In any case, in 1978 he moved back to South Korea and went on to earn a Ph.D. in civil engineering. .....
Mislav Predavec
8. Mislav Predavec is a Croatian mathematics professor with a reported IQ of 190. I always felt I was a step ahead of others. As material in school increased, I just solved the problems faster and better, he has explained. Predavec was born in Zagreb in 1967, and his unique abilities were obvious from a young age. As for his adult achievements, since 2009 Predavec has taught at Zagreb s Schola Medica Zagrabiensis. In addition, he runs trading company Preminis, having done so since 1989. And in 2002 Predavec founded exclusive IQ society GenerIQ, which forms part of his wider IQ society network. Very difficult intelligence tests are my favorite hobby, he has said. In 2012 the World Genius Directory ranked Predavec as the third smartest person in the world. .....
Manahel Thabet
9. In 2008, aged 25, Yemeni economist and scientist Manahel Thabet became the youngest person to receive a financial engineering Ph.D. magna cum laude. Thabet earned the degree at the University of Illinois and has since worked towards a second Ph.D. in quantum mathematics. In 2012 she came up with a revolutionary 350 page formula to calculate distance in space without the use of light. She also has an IQ higher than 168 and garnered a Genius of the Year Award and a spot on the 2013 World Genius Directory s list. Thabet set up the company Smart Tips Consultants in 2008. Her accolades include a humanitarian award for her efforts with the United Nations and a Woman of the Year Award from the Women s Federation for World Peace. .....
Richard Rosner
10. U.S. television writer and pseudo celebrity Richard Rosner is an unusual case. Born in 1960, he has led a somewhat checkered professional life: as well writing for Jimmy Kimmel Live! and other TV shows, Rosner has, he says, been employed as a stripper, doorman, male model and waiter. In 2000 he infamously appeared on Who Wants to Be a Millionaire?, answering a question about the altitude of capital cities incorrectly and reacting by suing the show, albeit unsuccessfully. Rosner placed second in the World Genius Directory s 2013 Genius of the Year Awards; the site lists his IQ at 192, which places him just behind Greek psychiatrist Evangelos Katsioulis. Rosner reportedly hit the books for 20 hours a day to try and outdo Katsioulis, but to no avail. .....
Chris Hirata
11. Astrophysicist Chris Hirata was born in Michigan in 1982, and at the age of 13 he became the youngest U.S. citizen to receive an International Physics Olympiad gold medal. When he turned 14, Hirata apparently began studying at the California Institute of Technology, and he would go on to earn a bachelor s degree in physics from the school in 2001. At 16 with a reported IQ of 225 he started doing work for NASA, investigating whether it would be feasible for humans to settle on Mars. Then in 2005 he went on to obtain a Ph.D. in physics from Princeton. Hirata is currently a physics and astronomy professor at The Ohio State University. His specialist fields include dark energy, gravitational lensing, the cosmic microwave background, galaxy clustering, and general relativity. If I were to say Chris Hirata is one in a million, that would understate his intellectual ability, said a member of staff at his high school in 1997. .....
Steven Pinker
12. Canadian visual cognition and psycholinguistics expert Steven Pinker was born in Montreal in 1954. His work covers popular science, experimental psychology, linguistics and cognitive science, and he is currently a professor of psychology at Harvard. Prior to taking up this position, between 1982 and 2003 he was a Massachusetts Institute of Technology professor within the school s brain and cognitive science department. During his MIT tenure, Pinker took over as the director of the university s cognitive neuroscience center. In 2004 TIME magazine featured him on its list of the 100 most influential thinkers and scientists. His awards include a Troland Research Award from the National Academy of Sciences and a Royal Institution Henry Dale Prize. Perhaps Pinker s best known work is his 2002 book The Blank Slate: The Modern Denial of Human Nature. .....
Ivan Ivec
13. Born in 1976, Ivan Ivec is a Croatian mathematician and IQ test specialist with according to the World Genius Directory an IQ of 174. He holds a Ph.D. in mathematics and works at Gimnazija A.G.Mato?a High School in Samobor, Zagreb. Ivec s website is dedicated to IQ testing and results, and his own tests cover IQ ranges of between 120 and 190. He has also worked with fellow Croatian mathematician Mislav Predavec to design such tests. Interestingly, Ivec says that the time restrictions on intelligence tests devised by psychologists are not ideal for everybody. Specifically, there are intelligent people, capable of performing complex actions and resolving complex tasks, although their speed of solving is low, he has explained. .....
Garry Kasparov
14. Born in 1963 in Baku, in what is now Azerbaijan, Garry Kasparov is arguably the most famous chess player of all time. When he was seven, Kasparov enrolled at Baku s Young Pioneer Palace; then at ten he started to train at the school of legendary Soviet chess player Mikhail Botvinnik. In 1980 Kasparov qualified as a grandmaster, and five years later he became the then youngest ever outright world champion. He retained the championship title until 1993, and has held the position of world number one ranked player for three times longer than anyone else. In 1996 he famously took on IBM computer Deep Blue, winning with a score of 4 2 although he lost to a much upgraded version of the machine the following year. In 2005 Kasparov retired from chess to focus on politics and writing. He has a reported IQ of 190. .....
Terence Tao
15. Born in Adelaide in 1975, Australian former child prodigy Terence Tao didn t waste any time flexing his educational muscles. When he was two years old, he was able to perform simple arithmetic. By the time he was nine, he was studying college level math courses. And in 1988, aged just 13, he became the youngest gold medal recipient in International Mathematical Olympiad history a record that still stands today. In 1992 Tao achieved a master s degree in mathematics from Flinders University in Adelaide, the institution from which he d attained his B.Sc. the year before. Then in 1996, aged 20, he earned a Ph.D. from Princeton, turning in a thesis entitled Three Regularity Results in Harmonic Analysis. Tao s long list of awards includes a 2006 Fields Medal, and he is currently a mathematics professor at the University of California, Los Angeles. .....
Scott Aaronson
16. Scott Aaronson is an associate professor in the Massachusetts Institute of Technology s electrical engineering and computer science faculty. According to his website, his research focuses on the capabilities and limits of quantum computers, and computational complexity theory more generally. Aaronson was born in Philadelphia in 1981. In 2000 he earned a bachelor s degree in computer science from Cornell, and four years later he achieved a Ph.D. from the University of California, Berkeley. Then in 2012 he was given the Alan T. Waterman Award for illuminating the fundamental limits on what can be computed in the physical world and breaking important new ground in computational theory. He is known for his key contributions to algebrization and the abstract quantum Turing machine. .....
Nikola Poljak
17. According to the World Genius Directory, Croatian researcher and physicist Nikola Poljak has an IQ of 183. Born in 1982, Poljak is at present an assistant research fellow and instructor in the University of Zagreb s physics department. In addition, he is an assistant research fellow at CERN, working on the collaborative A Large Ion Collider Experiment in Geneva, Switzerland. And he is also an assistant research fellow with the Brookhaven National Laboratory in New York, involved in the STAR detector experiment at the Relativistic Heavy Ion Collider. In 2010 Poljak received his Ph.D. in physics from the University of Zagreb. He has carried out scientific assignments for the Croatian Ministry of Science and the Agency for Mobility and EU Programmes, and his current projects include the exploration of hadronic systems with relativistic probes. .....
Alan Guth
18. Born in New Brunswick, New Jersey in 1947, American physicist and cosmologist Alan Guth was smart enough to leave school a year early and go straight to the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), where he earned his bachelor s, master s and doctorate degrees in physics. Guth initially began evolving his notion of cosmic inflation when he was a junior scientist at Cornell in 1979. Then in 1981 he officially put forward the theory, which is now widely accepted by many scientists. The theory suggests a time prior to the Big Bang during which the universe was able to evenly disperse itself thanks to its smaller size. This model also looks to explain more clearly the conditions that brought about the incredibly fast, exponential growth of the universe. Guth has been described as the man who put the .....
Donald Knuth
19. Born in Milwaukee in 1938, Donald Knuth is a groundbreaking computer scientist and mathematician perhaps most renowned for his multi volume tome The Art of Computer Programming. In recognition of his pioneering work, he has been referred to as the father of algorithmic analysis. Knuth is also well known for his popular 1978 open software typesetting system TeX, which is one of the world s most intricate typographical frameworks. In 1971 Knuth won the inaugural Grace Murray Hopper Award, and his other honors include the A.M. Turing Award and a National Medal of Science. Knuth obtained his Ph.D. in mathematics in 1963 from CalTech, and he is currently a professor emeritus at Stanford. .....
Noam Chomsky
20. Philosopher, cognitive scientist and political observer Noam Chomsky has been called the father of modern linguistics, and his revolutionary work has had an impact on everything from artificial intelligence to music theory. Born in Philadelphia in 1928, Chomsky enrolled at the University of Pennsylvania in 1945, at the age of 16. There, he achieved his B.A., M.A. and Ph.D. degrees in linguistics, leaving in 1955 to take up a post teaching philosophy and linguistics at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology where he presently holds the position of professor emeritus. A revered cultural icon, Chomsky is still politically active, especially when it comes to issues of American foreign policy, state capitalism and mass media news. He has written in excess of 100 books and was named the world s top public intellectual in a poll conducted in 2005. .....
Evangelos Katsioulis
21. Greek doctor Evangelos Katsioulis made headlines in his home country when he won the World Genius Directory s 2013 Genius of the Year Awards. According to the site, Katsioulis IQ is a remarkable 198. He apparently scored 205 on the Stanford Binet scale with a standard deviation of 16, which is on par with 258 on the Cattell scale with a standard deviation of 24 and 198 on the Wechsler scale with a standard deviation of 15. Born in Ioannina in 1976, Katsioulis studied at Greece s Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, earning an M.Sc. in medical research and technology, a master s degree in philosophy, and a Ph.D. in psychopharmacology. In 2001 he formed the World Intelligence Network IQ society. He is currently a member of 28 IQ societies, including the exclusive Giga Society. Only 1 in 30 billion people will match his intelligence levels. .....
Magnus Carlsen
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Shahriar Afshar
23. Born in 1971, Iranian American physicist and entrepreneur Shahriar Afshar has won a number of awards for his groundbreaking inventions. Afshar is known for his 2004 Afshar experiment, which he conducted at Harvard University. The optical experiment investigates and, according to Afshar, contradicts the quantum mechanical principle of complementarity. Afshar served as an associate at Harvard between 2003 and 2004 and was a visiting scientist at Canada s Perimeter Institute for Theoretical Physics in 2006. He is a visiting research professor of physics at New Jersey s Rowan University as well as the president, CTO and CEO of consumer electronics startup Immerz. One of his notable inventions is the award winning 4D Soundkix mini speaker. In 1989 Afshar won a prestigious Iranian Khwarizmi International Award. .....
Akshay Venkatesh
24. Born in India in 1981, Akshay Venkatesh is a mathematician and former child prodigy. He was brought up in Australia and showed promise from a young age, earning a bronze medal at the International Physics Olympiad in 1993, when he was just 11. A year later he achieved another bronze medal at the International Mathematical Olympiad. In 1997 Venkatesh gained a first class honors degree in pure mathematics from the University of Western Australia, having been the youngest person to ever study at the university. He then went on to obtain his Ph.D. from Princeton in 2002, at the age of 20. The math whiz has held positions at the Clay Mathematics Institute in Rhode Island and at New York University s Courant Institute of Mathematical Sciences. He currently works as a professor in Stanford University s mathematics faculty. .....
Saul Kripke
25. Born in Long Island, New York in 1940, Saul Kripke is an award winning logician and philosopher noted for the jointly developed Kripke Platek set theory, his causal theory of reference and his Kripkenstein theory. He was a child prodigy, too, having apparently learned Ancient Hebrew on his own by the time he was six before quickly grasping complex mathematics and philosophical questions. In 1980 Kripke published his hugely significant book Naming and Necessity, which discusses proper nouns within the context of the philosophy of language. Kripke has also had a significant bearing on areas surrounding mathematical logic, the philosophy of mathematics, metaphysics and epistemology. In 2001 he was awarded the esteemed Rolf Schock Prize. Furthermore, according to a 2009 poll, in which votes were cast by philosophers, Kripke ranked as the seventh most important philosopher of the past two centuries. He has taught at Harvard, New York s Rockefeller University, and Princeton where he is currently a professor emeritus. In addition, he is a distinguished professor of philosophy at the City University of New York. .....
Ruth Lawrence
26. Born in 1971, British mathematician and former child prodigy Ruth Lawrence made many headlines in 1985 when, aged just 13, she obtained a bachelor s degree in mathematics from Oxford University, gaining a starred first. Another degree, this time in physics, followed in 1986, and in 1989 she received her D.Phil. in mathematics, again from Oxford. In 1990 she was made a junior fellow at Harvard. And after a stint at the University of Michigan, she took on an associate professorship there in 1997. Lawrence is currently an associate professor at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem s Einstein Institute of Mathematics and investigates algebraic topology and knot theory. In 1997 Charles Arthur wrote in The Independent, The branch of mathematics she is now researching .....
Grigori Perelman
27. Born in 1966, Grigori Perelman is a highly influential, if somewhat eccentric, Russian mathematician. In 2002 he famously cracked the Poincar conjecture, one of topology s most weighty and complicated problems. However, the following year he reportedly quit mathematics to live with his mother in very modest circumstances in Saint Petersburg. In 2006 Perelman was honored with the esteemed Fields Medal for his work in furthering the understanding of geometry and particularly the Ricci flow, but he did not accept the award. I m not interested in money or fame; I don t want to be on display like an animal in a zoo, he explained. In 2010 he was offered the Clay Millennium Prize and one million dollars for his solving of the Poincar conjecture, but again he declined. I know how to control the universe. Why would I run to get a million, tell me? he said. .....
Andrew Wiles
28. Andrew Wiles was born in Cambridge in 1953. He is an award winning English mathematician perhaps best known for officially proving Fermat s Last Theorem in 1995. Before he cracked it, The Guinness Book of World Records listed the 358 year old theorem as one of the world s most difficult mathematical problems. Wiles attained a bachelor s degree in mathematics from Oxford in 1974, followed by a Ph.D. from Cambridge in 1980. He has worked as a professor at Princeton and Harvard, and in 1985 he received a prestigious Guggenheim Fellowship, which allowed him to spend time at Paris .....
Edward Witten
29. Edward Witten is a scientist recognized for his research contributions to string theory, M theory, quantum gravity and supersymmetry. Born in Baltimore in 1951, Witten was originally a history major at Massachusetts Brandeis University, attaining his bachelor s degree in 1971. Five years later he obtained a Ph.D. in physics from Princeton after first earning a master s degree from the same school. Witten has been described as the most brilliant physicist of his generation and the world s greatest living theoretical physicist. In 2004 TIME magazine included him on its annual rundown of the 100 most influential people in the world. Although he is a physicist, Witten has had a major effect on mathematics, and he has a slew of awards to his name, including the Fields Medal, the Dirac Prize, the Albert Einstein Medal and the Nemmers Prize in Mathematics. He is currently a professor at Princeton s Institute for Advanced Study. .....
Stephen Hawking
30. Guest appearances on TV shows such as The Simpsons, Futurama and Star Trek: The Next Generation have helped cement English astrophysicist Stephen Hawking s place in the pop cultural domain. Hawking was born in 1942; and in 1959, when he was 17 years old, he received a scholarship to read physics and chemistry at Oxford University. He earned a bachelor s degree in 1962 and then moved on to Cambridge to study cosmology. Diagnosed with motor neurone disease at the age of 21, Hawking became depressed and almost gave up on his studies. However, inspired by his relationship with his fianc and soon to be first wife Jane Wilde, he returned to his academic pursuits and obtained his Ph.D. in 1965. Hawking is perhaps best known for his pioneering theories on black holes and his bestselling 1988 book A Brief History of Time. .....
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Cycling trips around Ladakh. On this trip you would be talking to the heavens, because cycling here would be at the highest points of the world. You would also go through tiny colorful hamlets and villages, passing by beautiful Buddhists Gompas and snow peaks on the way. From Le .....
Embarrassing Celebrity Selfies
Tom Hanks. Tom Hanks is arguably one of the best and most celebrated actors in Hollywood but let s face it he s getting old He s put on a few pounds and he s not the sharp-looking young man we all fell in love with when he did Forrest Gump. He s still awesome .....
Best HD Games for IOS and Android
EPOCH 2. EPOCH was programmed to find and protect a woman, Princess Amelia, and for a long time he has torn through a war ravaged land just to find her. You play as a robot in this game; upgrade yourself and destroy your enemies in order to succeed. .....
World Flags
Tajikistan. three horizontal stripes of red (top), a wider stripe of white, and green; a gold crown surmounted by seven gold, five-pointed stars is located in the center of the white stripe; red represents the sun, victory, and the unity of the nation, white sta .....
Mountain Biking
Urban or Street. Urban/Streetis essentially the same as urban BMX (orFreestyle BMX), in which riders perform tricks by riding on/over man made objects. The bikes are the same as those used for Dirt Jumping, having 24 or 26 wheels. Also, they are very light, many in t .....
Benefits of Beetroot
Blood flow. Drinking one glass of beet juice daily aids blood flow to the brain and halts age related ailments like dementia. Beet juice energizes the elderly to lead active lives by widening blood vessels and by reducing the amount of oxygen needed by muscles d .....
Snow White
Snow White Step 8. She fled to the dungeon beneath the castle. There the Queen mixed a potion that would change her into an old hag. Then she took an apple and slowly dipped it into another potion. One bite of this poisoned apple and Snow White will close her eyes fore .....
Homeopathy
AMMONIUM MUR. Ammonium chloratumSal ammoniac, ammonium chloride.Key Uses:Enlarged glandsInflammatory eye conditionsLiver complaintsMenstrual disordersRespiratory disorders, such as congested nose, sneezing, reduced sense of smell, sore throat, hoarseness, and thi .....
Cool Inventions
Snail Pacer. Ten year old Martin Witter watches two snails from histeam go through their rounds during a trial race in his home in Lynwood, Calif., Oct. 1, 1954. Martin has formed, what he claims to be, the only snail stable in the country. Every afternoon the sn .....
Benefits of Apples
Improves vision. Apple juice is rich in vitamin A, which helps in improve eye health. Vitamin A helps protect your eyes from eye diseases and keeps your vision sharp. When starting a diet, people often question which foods are healthy to eat and which ones are not. N .....
Naturally Beautiful
Cure for oily skin. We can cure oily skin by using some homemade products. Make a paste of one tsp lemmon peel, 1 tsp barley powder,half tsp milk and warm water. Apply it on your face and neck. Massage gently and then rinse off with warm water. .....
Xmas Cake Ideas
Holiday Happiness Cake. Holiday wrapping starts now. Add a festive touch to this cake with seasonal colors, fun cut outs, cute curlicues, and a magnificent ribbon striped bow. Watch our online video. .....
Ice Cream Flavors
Charcoal Ice Cream. The coalden child of Japanese ice creams. A must eat for the coal miners. Not cool, but undoubtedly coaled. An ice cream that could char reputations. But the taste? Char ming. .....
Home Remedies
Deafness. 1. Use raw onion juice as ear drops.2. Put two drops of lukewarm neem oil inside the ear. .....
Benefits of Strawberries
Lower cardiovascular disease. Flavonoids .....
Homeopathy
THEA. Camellia sinensis syn. Thea sinensisTea.Key Uses:Extreme forms of behavior in children and adults, including irritability, mental restlessness, violent impulses, and psychiatric problemsIndigestionInsomniaOveractive nervous systemPalpitations or othe .....
Party Games
Scary Movie. Halloween PartyThe players are divided into teams and each team gets a preparation time of one minute. The teams must come up with an interesting scary story of about a minute . The team with the scariest story wins the game. .....
Benefits of Pumpkins
Tryptophan for Restful Sleep. Pumpkin seeds are a rich source of tryptophan, an amino acid (protein building block) that your body converts into serotonin, which in turn is converted into melatonin, the .....
Best types of nuts for your health
Monkey nut. peanut: pod of the peanut vine containing usually 2 nuts or seeds groundnut and monkey nut are British terms. .....
Rules to play Croquet
Rover play. A rover may hit all balls once per turn; however, once the rover is dead on a ball s , it must go through any wicket in any direction to clear its deadness on that ball s . The rover does not get an additional bonus shot after going through this cl .....
Rules to play Snow Sledding
Avoid Danger Zones. Every year, we hear reports of a child attempting to re create the famous A Christmas Story scene where Ralphies friend Flick licks a frozen flagpole. Assure your daredevil that any such attempts will be met with similarly painful results. The minute .....
Antioxidant rich foods
Soya. Soya beans contain high levels of plant oestrogens and magnesium, both of which may help to minimise menopausal symptoms. Soya beans are high in soluble fibre, and have also been shown to help reduce the risk of heart disease. Soya protein helps buil .....
What to Eat in Goa
Halva. Halva refers to many types of dense, sweet confections, served across the Middle East, South Asia, Central Asia, West Asia, North Africa, the Horn of Africa, the Balkans, Central Europe, Eastern Europe, Malta and the Jewish world. .....
Benefits of Passion fruits
Introduction to Passion Fruit. Passion fruitlooks a little strange growing on its creeper vine, which can wrap itself around almost any surface and cling on, seeking the sunlight. However, dont let appearances fool you, this fruit is widely celebrated and eaten around the world, a .....
Jumping Jacks
Speed. A speed rope is ideal for beginners but can be used by elite athletes to develop footwork, coordination and conditioning. For example, boxers use a speed rope during their general strength and conditioning workouts. After learning the basic technique .....
Tips for Portfolio Photography
Theme. Next youll want to consider what theme or style you want your portfolio to have. This will depend upon your audience. For a job taking portraits, you should only include your portrait work. You could have a collection of black and white or sepia work .....
Best Street Artists In The World
ETAM Cru Poland. Bezt and Sainer, better known as ETAM Cru, are a Polish duo that rose to fame because of the monumental size of their murals. Their work features folk icons from Eastern Europe and relies on heavily stylized human figures, HUGE human figures. The int .....
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