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Dr. Gabriel Oyibo and the Grand Unified Theorem

Dr. Gabriel Oyibo and the Grand Unified Theorem

  Dr. Gabriel Oyibo obtained his PhD in Mathematics and Aeronautics from the Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute in Troy, New York, where he worked for 4 years on research sponsored by NASA/AFOSR and made several contributions in mathematics, aerodynamics, aircraft design ...

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Walter D. Smith and “Street Soldier: From the Hood to the Good”

Walter D. Smith and “Street Soldier: From the Hood to the Good”

By reading the book “Street Soldier: From the Hood to the Good” by Walter D. Smith, you will be able to experience a journey of a great child who is gifted with loads of talent and opportunity, but has lived ...

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Don Rigo Cigar Review

Don Rigo Cigar Review

Smoking cigar is more than just relaxing in the company of your colleagues or friends—it is also about image! With this in mind, smoking and sharing Don Rigo premium cigars will exude your refined sophistication and taste for cigar. Don ...

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The Phenomenon of the Children of Now By Meg Blackburn Losey, Ph.D.

The Phenomenon of the Children of Now By Meg Blackburn Losey, Ph.D.

My granddaughter talked to Angels. At the age of about 9 months, we were conversing telepathically. Over the next few years she showed signs of intuitive giftedness, of the ability to move energy like a master at Tai chi and ...

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Awakening to Our Greater Being By Meg Blackburn Losey, Ph.D.

Awakening to Our Greater Being By Meg Blackburn Losey, Ph.D.

How is it that some of usmay just wake up one day, all of a sudden having cognizance of extended realities, colors, the paths of energy, even our etheric guides and angels? How can these new and different, barely believable ...

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Be Inspired by Jacqueline Battalora and “Birth of a White Nation”

Be Inspired by Jacqueline Battalora and “Birth of a White Nation”

During her speech at the Heinz History Center in Chicago, sociologist Jacqueline Battalora was asked why there are so many young black men dying at the hands of the police in the US. She answered that there are many factors ...

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Super Bowl Party Nutrition with Liver Medic

Super Bowl Party Nutrition with Liver Medic

Brendan Gaughran is a molecular biologist who focuses on pharmaceuticals and nutraceuticals. His experience in the health industry spans over 20 years, most of which are spent formulating leading nutraceutical products. His main areas of expertise are liver health, overall ...

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The Cat I Know Book by Joi Artis Williams

The Cat I Know Book by Joi Artis Williams

In her book, The Cat I Know, Joi Artis Williams mustered up the courage need to let us into the secret lives of her family and what it was living with the legendary “Big Cat” of the Chicago Bears. Celebrities ...

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“You Are Smarter Than You Think” by Renee Mollan Masters

“You Are Smarter Than You Think” by Renee Mollan Masters

About three decades ago while working on producing a parenting show for the Public Broadcasting Service (PBS), Masters discovered the research conducted by Dr. Howard Gardner from Harvard University. Though she already had a profound experience as she was reading it, ...

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Richard Haasnoot Innovation Best Practices YouTube VideoCasts – p2

Richard Haasnoot Innovation Best Practices YouTube VideoCasts – p2

V84 Power Tips on Personal Creativity V83 Innovate For Your Life V82 Larry Keeley Interview MUST LISTEN V81 10 Types of Innovation Part Two V80 10 Types of Innovation Part One V79 A Path to Ending Internal Innovation Conflicts

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