Scientists at Large Hadron Collider hope to make contact with PARALLEL UNIVERSE in days

SCIENTISTS conducting a mindbending experiment at the Large Hadron Collider next week hope to connect with a PARALLEL UNIVERSE outside of our own.

PUBLISHED: 14:49, Fri, Mar 20, 2015

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Collision course: Large Hadron Collider could discover parallel universe

The staggeringly complex LHC ‘atom smasher’ at the CERN centre in Geneva, Switzerland, will be fired up to its highest energy levels ever in a bid to detect – or even create – miniature black holes.If successful a completely new universe will be revealed – rewriting not only the physics books but the philosophy books too.

It is even possible that gravity from our own universe may ‘leak’ into this parallel universe, scientists at the LHC say.

The experiment is sure to inflame alarmist critics of the LHC, many of whom initially warned the high energy particle collider would spell the end of our universe with the creation…

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Nudist Resorts near Florida

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Here is the list of nudist resorts near Florida, hope nudist singles and nudist couples can find the one fits your need, use google to get more details about the resorts:

Cypress Cove Nudist Resort / Pleasant Hill Rd
Paradise Lakes Resort / Paradise Lakes Blvd
Caliente Resorts / 3-star hotel · Gran Via Blvd
Clothing-optional resort with a party vibe, plus 7 pools, 2 restaurants, a spa & a nightclub.
Rooftop Resort / N Ocean Dr
Lake Como Family Nudist Resort / Cot Rd

Straightforward rooms & cabins with TVs & minifridges, plus a pool, a nature trail & on-site dining.

Suwannee Valley Campground / N W Stephen Foster Dr
Gulf Coast Resort / Houston Ave
Sunny Sands Nudist Resort & Mobile Home Park / Alpha Pkwy
The Woods RV Resort-Clothing Optional / Amanda Vista Cir
Hidden River Resort / Reynolds Bridge Rd
Riverboat Club Inc / Caliente Blvd

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Did Socratic.org Raise $6 Million?


What is integrity? How do you find a missing gas valve in a system? How do you find instantaneous rate of change? Don’t ask me, ask Socratic. The e-learning company just raised a $6 million Series A from Shasta Ventures, Spark Capital, and the Omidyar Network and they are asking “What is the meaning of all this money?”

Founded two years ago by tech veterans Chris Pedregal and Shreyans Bhansali, the company allows students to ask questions. These questions are fairly detailed and there is obvious a bit of homework help going on here but generally the goal is to connect students, teachers, and mentors together in one happy Socratic dialectic. Questions like “What is DNA?” are answered by helpful experts who supply a one sentence answer and then expound on it over the course of the post.

It’s needless to say that the site is popular. About 500,000…

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Kickstarter Spotlight Gives Project Creators Better Post-Funding Storytelling Tools


Kickstarter has a new project page layout called Spotlight that acts as a showcase that outlasts each project’s actual crowdfunding campaign. The new Spotlight landing pages put much more focus on the results of the projects themselves, with pages that can be changed by the companies and individuals who ceated the campaign to reflect updates to the story.

The new landing pages can also be used by project creators to direct traffic elsewhere, meaning you can more easily point people to your storefront is the product you Kicstarted is now a shipping gadget, for instance. The layout tools available to project creators also now includes a timeline feature, which provides updates from most recent back to the original project creation, giving creators an easy to way highlight big moments in their projects history and key milestones like ship dates.

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There’s a decent amount of flexibility despite Spotlight using a fairly…

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Facebook Will Now Let You Embed Facebook Videos On Other Sites


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Facebook wants to be your source for everything — whether or not you’re actually on Facebook.

Today at F8, Facebook introduced the ability to embed Facebook videos on other websites.

While you’ve been able to upload your videos to Facebook for ages, embedding them anywhere else was a bit of a pain. You could tear through the video player’s source code and try to get something working — but in most cases, it was easier to just turn to YouTube.

Now you just click the “embed” button and get a blurp of code, much like what you’d expect to see in any of the myriad video hosting sites. Paste that code into your blog, and the Facebook-hosted video should pop right up.

It’s a small, but clever move. Want to upload something to Facebook, but also want it on your blog? Generally, that meant uploading it once to Facebook, and…

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5 tips for conducting an interview with someone you care about, using StoryCorps’ new app

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Anybody with a smartphone can now be a part of the StoryCorps movement. As TED Prize Winner Dave Isay reveals in today’s talk, you no longer have to travel to a StoryCorps mobile booth to capture an interview with a friend, family member or stranger — because StoryCorps has created a free app. Now, if you can find a quiet place and 45 minutes, you can interview someone whose story has never been heard and immediately upload the discussion to the American Folklife Center at the Library of Congress.

The app itself is easy to use, with step-by-step guidance on how to pick interview questions, record the interview, select an excerpt to highlight, and upload the full conversation for posterity. More than 250 interviews have already been uploaded since Isay gave his talk in Vancouver on Tuesday. Your participation is key to the success of Isay’s audacious wish for StoryCorps: 

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SEC Greenlights Equity Crowdfunding, So Anyone Can Invest In Startups


Editor’s Note: Chris Tyrrell is the chief executive of OfferBoard Group, and Chair of the industry trade association CFIRA.  

Earlier this week, the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) announced a new set of rules implementing Title IV of the JOBS Act.

These changes affect Regulation A small public offerings, and are colloquially referred to as “Reg A+”.

The release of these final rules further advances one of the core principles and goals of the 2012 law: to create an environment where emerging enterprises can raise public capital efficiently.

The rules approved by SEC commissioners on Wednesday lift the ceiling on the amount of capital a business can raise in a Regulation A offering from $5 million to $50 million, split into two “Tiers” — up to $20 million in 12 months (Tier 1) and up to $50 million in 12 months (Tier 2).  Companies raising less than…

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