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Hmm. Always had fun wit volleyball games. It eases my mind.Its been a long time since i came in here. Starnes wanted to move for two reasons. One, he found cheaper workers in Mumbai for some of his firm labor intensive operations. Two, the dollar had eroded about 25% against the renminbi over the past four five years, while it had gained strength against the rupee.
The core scientific question is: why do people see the dress in different colours? Beau Lotto, a professor of neuroscience at University College London, says: “The brain has evolved not to see absolutes, but to see the difference between things.” Because colours that appear in sunlight look different from those that appear under streetlights, for example, our brains have to focus on the relationship between colours, not the colours themselves. Lotto says we can “only speculate” about why some people see blue where others see white. It could be because some are focusing on the difference between the colours of the dress itself, some are looking at the difference between the dress and the background, and others are taking the colour of their computer monitor, and the room around it into account..
At the moment, plastics and chemicals are largely manufactured in North America, using natural gas in the process. Doesn produce many chemicals or plastics not because they can but because it very costly to make them from coal, says Mr. Szalony. SubscriptionsGo to the Subscriptions Centre to manage your:My ProfileIt’s called the Liftware Spoon, and Lift Labs, the company behind the device, says it allows people who experience body tremors including those with Parkinson’s disease to feed themselves.The spoon stays steady using technology similar to image stabilization in a DSLR camera: onboard sensors detect shaking motions, and cancel them out by moving the spoon in the opposite direction, .The spoon will hit the market next month, and it’s expected to cost about $300.A free app will be bundled with the spoon. Please note that CBC does not endorse the opinions expressed in comments. Comments on this story are moderated according to our Submission Guidelines.
The litti chokha at LoW follows the traditional recipe that Tarun learnt from his mother, which he has taught those who run the kiosks. Litti is essentially a thick, baked round ball of atta that is stuffed with sattu roasted gram flour and dipped in ghee. You can order litti with chokha, chola or chana.