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CDL 26: Victory

Tao Te Ching – Lao Tzu – Chapter 31 Good weapons are instruments of fear; all creatures hate them. Therefore followers of the Tao never used them. The wise man prefers the left. The man of war prefers the right. … Continue reading

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CDL 25: A rush of endorphins

A combatant must pay a physiological price for an enervating process so intense. The “price” that the body pays is an equally powerful “backlash” when the neglected demands of the parasympathetic nervous system become ascendant. This parasympathetic backlash occurs as … Continue reading

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CDL 24: Perigee Moon

The January 2010 full moon will appear 30 percent brighter and 14 percent larger than any other full moon this year. This is also called the wolf moon, according to Native American tradition. Mars will also be seen close to … Continue reading

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CDL 23: Slipping on the Ice

Even when you practice safe walking habits, slipping on ice is sometimes unavoidable. It takes less than two seconds from the moment you slip until you hit the ground.

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CDL 22: Roadtrip : For all time

… I need you more than want you and I want you for all time ….

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CDL 21: Crimson Lake

He stood before a lake of blood, as the fiercely setting sun lit the thick water with the guilt of war. The last place to be built here was, like the husk of a boiled insect, beautiful, yet no longer … Continue reading

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CDL 20: Twelve Eight RePulse

The names of the numbers: one, two, three, ten, twenty, thirty, … are different, of course, in the various languages. Number symbols (see Arabic_numerals, Babylonian_numerals, Egyptian_numerals, Greek_numbers, Indian_numerals, Mayan_mathematics) have also differed widely. Those we are accustomed to, which we … Continue reading

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CDL 19: That Was August

The Met Office revised its seasonal forecast for the UK’s summer weather in June, July and August 2009, following a period of wet weather across the country. Earlier this year, the organisation had declared that there was a 65% probability … Continue reading

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CDL 18: The Van Allen Belt

It is believed that protons of energies exceeding 50 MeV are the result of the beta decay of neutrons created by cosmic ray collisions with nuclei of the upper atmosphere. The source of lower energy protons is believed to be … Continue reading

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