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Mar 15

Hope for Youth Project – Smrt Scholarship Program

In 2012 Smrt and the Canadian College of English Language initiated a scholarship program for 50 students who have lost parents, homes, and livelihoods as a result of the tsunami in Japan. The scholarship was for free tuition (courtesy of CCEL) and free accommodation for up to 3 months.


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Mar 15

How Do Swarming Bats Avoid Crashing Into Each Other?

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The mammals obey “traffic rules,” using their built-in sonar to track each others’ positions in the air, a new study says.

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27
Mar 15

Why Do People Obsess Over Sports?

Whats going on in your body when you’re anticipating a big win?


27
Mar 15

GoPro: Skydive Swoop ‘N Slide

Axis Flight School takes on an epic air and ground stunt.


27
Mar 15

Sea Gypsies: A Tribe In Borneo Living In Their Own Little Paradise

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Traditionally, the Bajau resided in small boats, sailing day and night with the currents, counting only on their fishing gear to make a living. This is how they earned the title of the “sea gipsies”. Others used to live in hiding and many still live nowadays in the middle of nowhere, on floating villages built on the coral reefs. Today, many have come ashore to live on small islands, but continue to develop their perfect knowledge of the oceans, whilst selling their fish on a small scale.

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27
Mar 15

8 traits of successful people

Ten years of research and 500 face-to-face-interviews led Richard St. John to a collection of eight common traits in successful leaders around the world.