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Online marketing classroom build a profitable and Rewarding Online Business

    Started Online Marketing Classroom for one very specific reason...     We wanted to give people the right foundation on which to build an online business and step-by-step guidance on how to grow it, using the same systems, tools and assets that we use every day to run our own 8-Figure business. JUST GETTING STARTED ? If you are looking for the fastest way to create an online income, we'll show you how to create a life-changing business using specialized training zones that focus on a variety of proven business models. Get access now ALREADY RUNNING A BUSINESS ? If you have an existing online business, we'll give you access to our library of strategies, training and proprietary software tools that will show you exactly how to grow your business and make it more profitable. Get access now A MARKETING PROFESSIONAL ? If you are a marketing professional or an agency, we'll show you how to boost your (or your clients') traffic, conversions, revenue and profits using prove

17 Interesting & Fun Facts About Left Handed People

            Interesting and fun facts about being a lefty and a southpaw attention all southpaws this one's for you are you a lefty do you know anyone that's left-handed if you don't you shouldn't feel too bad about it because only a small percentage of the population is left-handed it's unclear what factors determine whether you'll be born left-handed or right-handed however researchers believe there is a link between the environment and genetics now keep reading for interesting things you didn't know about lefties        Number 17 where the word left came from according to the site the word detective the use of right as opposed to left came from the simple fact that most humans are right-handed it was considered the proper or correct hand because it was generally the stronger and more dexterous a word which comes from the Latin Dexter meaning both skillful and right as in right-handed this use of right as a relative direction arose in English in the early

10 Interesting Mysteries of the Universe

             The universe the incredible difference in scale between the tiny world we'd live in every day and the vastness of all time and space begs the question of whether we will ever really be able to fully grasp the fullness of the cosmos but that doesn't stop us from trying in fact contemplating the great unknowns must be one of the oldest hobbies of the human experience the pursuit has given rise to first religion and then to philosophy and then to people who make fun of religion and philosophy we only never understand the entire universe but we certainly can appreciate its complexity.       Number 10 extraterrestrial intelligence this is a very simple mystery is there other intelligent life in the universe Carl Sagan reminds us that if we exist then no matter how rare intelligence is in the universe given how huge the universe is we must have many neighbors out there somewhere Frank Drake an astrophysicist created an equation that helps figure out how much intelligent

7 Interesting Psychological Facts About Music

                   Music is the language of the soul. For thousands of years, humans have been creating songs and symphonies which enthrall, inspire and hypnotize. Our history and our culture is closely entwined with musical notes. It should come as no surprise that music has a profound effect on the human mind. We've all felt it before; music helps us relax, it gives us goosebumps and it encourages us to push ourselves to the limit. But what's the science behind all of this? Here are seven psychological facts about music. The Mozart Effect; the Mozart Effect is one of the most popular scientific concepts surrounding music. It was developed by Dr. Gordon Shaw a few decades ago, and the premise is simple; classical music makes you smarter. In his research, he claimed that listening to classical music can raise your IQ by up to 9 points. The main basis for this line of thought has to do with spatial reasoning. This type of brain activity is used in math, chess, engineering and sc

4 Best Things Do in your Free Time - What to do when you’re bored

        We Live in an Age Where food which used to take us hours to obtain can be delivered to your doorstep in under 30 Minutes Never in the History Of Mankind have we had this much free time on our hands until Now. Yet, its sad to say But the majority of us waste it We turn on our T.V. or our Gaming Console we medicate ourselves with weed, Alcohol, Drugs and Pornography. just to burn time what is a complete waste What you should really be doing with all of this free time well, if you are even the slightest bit serious about becoming a winner in the Game of Life Here are the 4 most important things you need start spending your time on.      No. 1 is Exercise Now this first task is crucial With so much free time on our hands we need to have the energey To be active, during this time A few Centuries Ago we used to move around and lift things Almost all of our jobs required us to work out our bodies whether it'd be tending to the farms or creating tools in the workshop But now most o

15 Interesting Psychological Facts About Human Attraction

      One saying that we hear constantly is “beauty lies in the eyes of the beholder.” But when we think about that concept and what it really means, can we bring ourselves to completely believe that it’s true? What exactly influences our decisions when it comes to choosing a partner? The intriguing world of attraction is one we all wish was easy to understand. Fortunately, as science has evolved, it has provided us with some answers to these questions. Not only can understanding attraction help us progress in our relationships, but it also helps us understand ourselves as individuals, and how we feel and process our thoughts. Attraction plays a very significant role in life, in order to keep propagating our species, and this list highlights some of the most interesting facts about attraction and its mysterious secrets.      Number 1 - Different Scents Ignite Different Levels of Attraction Scientists have uncovered that smell plays a very significant role in understanding attraction. B

Most Shocking Facts About Plastic!

              From plastic getting stuck in sharks stomachs to an entire continent made of plastic waste, here are 5 things about plastic you really need to know!!       5. Plastic and the Ocean Plastics are an everyday part of our life, that's just fact. However, once you throw away that water bottle, or that plastic fork, you forget about it. Every 8 seconds, a bag or two's worth of plastic is thrown into the ocean. About every year, 8 million tons worth of garbage is dumped into the ocean. And it’s becoming a huge problem. In fact, it's gotten so bad that scientists estimate that 60-90% of all litter in the oceans today is comprised of plastic. Even more scary, there's apparently more microplastic (broken down plastic) in the ocean than there are stars in the milky way galaxy. That's a lot, and it's only getting worse. In about a decade? The amount of pollution in the water could amplify by a factor of ten. Add a few more decades of no one caring and it could

20 Surprising Facts About Money

      There are 168 different currencies in the world and billions of dollars worth of new banknotes are printed every day globally here's some of the most amazing facts about money before coins were invented in 1500 BC people used to trade in all kinds of strange commodities such as gold rice fish Bali salt tea leaves cows blood and even bat guano in America the word book to mean money comes from the days when people used to trade various animal skins including books skins as currency the art of producing money is precise and complex each coin has to be exactly the same as the next so that people accept that they are worth the same amount of money traditionally coins were made by either striking metal between two engraved dyes or by casting them in moles however in the 18th century coins were made by new steam-powered machinery which greatly increased the number of coins that could be produced in a day the production of banknotes however is a bit more complicated originally bankno

The Real Facts About Humans

     It's an ordinary day on a planet Earth well on one side at least at the brink of dawn the planets inhabitants spring to life the species of the earth has a natural ranking system it's either hunt or be hunted but one species has managed to stand above the rest with their fierce intelligence they have become the rulers of this planet a species with nothing to fear but their own humans unstoppable killing machines hmm marvelous humans have existed for quite some time the very first humans began to emerge around 6 million years ago on the continent now known as Africa these early humans looked more like Apes except now they could walk on two legs instead of four this was a crucial step for human evolution as we now had two spare hands we could freely use for other purposes over millions of years humans continue to evolve in Africa and species like Neanderthals Homo erectus and of course Homo sapiens flourished between sixty to eighty thousand years ago Homo sapiens began migr

What is a Stroke?

    Hello, in this article I want to talk to you about stroke. It's a bit of an odd name, stroke. It certainly has nothing to do with tennis strokes, swimming strokes or brush strokes. The word stroke comes from the idea receiving a 'strike' or 'blow' as that is how quickly strokes appear - all of a sudden people are struck by this illness. Did you know that every year more than 15 million people worldwide have a stroke? Of these, five million die and another five million are left disabled. Whilst most strokes occur in people over the age of 65 they can occur in much younger people too. But what exactly is a stroke? The brain, like all parts of the body, needs oxygen, which it gets from the blood. A stroke happens when blood flow to the brain is cut off. When brain cells are starved of oxygen, they become damaged, and the symptoms that follow are called a stroke. As the brain controls the whole body, the symptoms of a stroke can be wide-ranging, depending on which p

How does a blockchain work - Explained

     Blockchains are incredibly popular nowadays. But what is a blockchain? How do they work, what problems do they solve and how can they be used? Like the name indicates, a blockchain is a chain of blocks that contains information. This technique was originally described in 1991 by a group of researchers and was originally intended to timestamp digital documents so that it’s not possible to backdate them or to tamper with them. Almost like a notary. However it went by mostly unused until it was adapted by Satoshi Nakamoto in 2009 to create the digital cryptocurrency Bitcoin. A blockchain is a distributed ledger that is completely open to anyone. They have an interesting property: once some data has been recorded inside a blockchain, it becomes very difficult to change it. So how does that work? Well, let’s take a closer look at a block. Each block contains some data, the hash of the block and the hash of the previous block. The data that is stored inside a block depends on the type o

A Brief History of Geologic Time

     The tale of life on earth has been unfolding for about four billion years and we humans are just the last word on the last page of that story at least so far and the vast stretches of time that are covered by the history of life can be hard for us to fathom we're at our brains trying to imagine what a few hundred years looks like let alone billions of years and like speaking for myself I can't even remember what I had for breakfast this morning so to help us really appreciate the full expanse of time scientists have turned to the rocks by looking at the layers beneath our feet geologists have been able to identify and describe crucial episodes in life's history from bursts of evolutionary diversity to disastrous extinction events these key events of new life and sudden death frame the chapters in the story of life on Earth and the system that we use to bind all these chapters together is the geologic time scale first let's talk about the history of geologic time it

History of the European Union

      The story begins at the end of WWII, as the European continent lies devastated, leaving the United States and the USSR as the two major world powers. Their growing rivalry marks the beginning of the world War. While the Soviets control Eastern Europe, the West looks to the US for reconstruction aid. While the old continent is found divided by the Iron Curtain, in the West, the idea of European unity begins to take hold. On 9 May 1950, France - via its Foreign Minister Robert Schuman - proposes a Franco-German reconciliation, and placing under a common high authority the production of coal and steel, the main wealth of industrialized countries, which is also needed for the manufacture of weapons. The aim is to boost the economy and maintain peace, with the project left open to countries wishing to join. The following year in Paris, six countries sign a treaty establishing the European Coal and Steel Community. As Germany is divided by the Iron Curtain, only West Germany becomes pa