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Spotlight on Turkish Market-USA, Addoway Ambassador, Ms. Lynn

 Turkish Market-USA

A Tribute Thank You to an Amazing Addoway Member Extraordinaire - Ms. Lynn, Owner of Turkish Market-USA! Lynn works tirelessly and so creatively promoting Addoway, its Community and its Members all over the Internet! She is like the Easter Bunny and Johnny Appleseed all in one - depositing Treasures on every possible blog, social media, sharing sites ...that all lead back on the Yellow Brick Road to Addoway!

She is what she sells! A Guiding Angel, as wise as the Precious Hummel Porzellan Ornament...

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...as creative and fun as a Court Jester in Holiday Style....
 

...as Brightly Shining as this Japanese Star Plate and Focused on Great Kindness to the Wider World at large ...



A World Traveler with A Heart of Gold! Thank you, Ms Lynn!



A small token of our appreciation: Bring Home The Magic of Turkish Market-USA

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Scientists discover Earth’s fiery doppelganger - TheVerge.com

Scientists discover Earth’s fiery doppelganger

Kepler-78b is the first known planet that's similar in size and composition to Earth.
By Alexander Thompson 

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The sci-fi worlds of Star Wars and Star Trek have trained us to think there are rocky, solid planets orbiting far away stars that are so similar to Earth we could walk upright and breathe their atmosphere. In reality, scientists have yet to identify a single planet outside of our solar system that's comparable to the size and composition of Earth.

Until now, that is.

Two independent research groups, reporting in Nature, have found that a far-off planet, Kepler-78b, has a similar mass and composition to Earth. While previous observations of Kepler-78b had estimated the size of the planet to be 1.2 times wider than Earth,...  Read More

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Why We Love Flickr!

If you are ever feeling down, or uninspired or anything really, you should take a break and see what has been posted to flickr.com! It is guaranteed to upligt your senses, as well as invigorate you and your creative energies...or just plain energy!

Here is a random screen shot from flickr.com/explore
All photos are copyrighted, so just click on the teaser snippet of an image to see the entire photograph:

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Hotspot? Not! Antarctic Volcanoes' Surprising Source | LiveScience.com

LiveScience.com 

 By Becky Oskin, Staff Writer



The mystery of how an Antarctic underwater volcano chain formed may have finally been solved.
 
The Marie Byrd Seamounts are a group of eight large volcanoes and many small cones spanning the seafloor offshore of West Antarctica.
 
To geologists, volcanoes lined up like Russian nesting dolls in the middle of a tectonic plate usually signal a mantle plume, a hot upwelling coming from the bowels of the Earth. As the planet's tectonic plates slowly trundle over the hot spot, magma punches through the crust, creating volcanoes. A classic example of this phenomenon is seen in the Hawaii and Emperor Seamount chain.  
 
But the first comprehensive survey to peel back the secrets of the Marie Byrd Seamounts failed to find any signs of a hotspot —...  Read More

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Meteorologists Spy Clue to Heat Waves Weeks Away - AP/ABC News

 
 
 

 

Meteorologists may have found a way to predict some killer heat waves up to three weeks in advance. Now, the best they can do is about 10 days.

An earlier warning would help cities prepare for the heat wave, arrange to open up cooling centers and check on the elderly, said Gerald Meehl, co-author of a study that describes the forecasting clue.

"It gives you a little bit of a heads up of what's coming," he said.

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Beautiful Christening Gowns and Suits that Provide Special Memories | By Rod White

By Rod White/WriterRod.com


Dedicating and/or naming your child through christening is not only an extremely precious moment, but it also only occurs once in his or her life. Family and friends gather to witness the event that seeks to place the child on a happy and blessed path for the remainder of their life. Photos are taken, movies are shot and memories are made.

Because this is an event that will be looked back at time and again, you want to ensure your little angel is picture perfect. To accomplish this, simply visit Bootsie’s Boutique on Addoway at http://www.addoway.com/bootsies/storefront/c/139762 where you will find lovely christening gowns for girls and christening suits for boys.


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Animals Live Their Lives as Long as We Do by Dr. Ken Tudor | petMD.com

by Dr. Ken Tudor | petMD.com


Have you contemplated whether your pets see their lives a being as short as you do? Did you ever wonder why it is so difficult to successfully swat a fly? Why do they always know when you are going to strike? It turns out that the answers to these questions are hidden in the differences in the way different species of animals "see" the world.

Kevin Healy, a Phd student at Trinity College in Dublin, Ireland, wondered the same things. His research in the recent edition of Animal Behavior suggests that animals perceive the length of their lives as no shorter than our own. Why? The experience of time is subjective, not objective, so the individual perception is the basis for the way we look at the length of things. However there is an objective measure of visual perception.

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It's Fall, Let's Travel! Start at Home...here are some ideas.



Wow! November is almost here and the cool, invigorating air beckons us to go..somewhere, anywhere! The royal flush of Autumn Colors is resplendent, even Glorious! Long ago a friend and his family would pull out a map with places near them, shut the picker's eyes and he or she would blindly point to a place on the map. That was their Destination de Jour!  They would pack up the kids and picnic supplies and head out for their latest adventure!

Our favorite place was Apple Hill in CA and the Adirondacks in NY! The colors were awesome, the roads curvy and narrow, the fruit stands along the road all calling our names! Apples, Pumpkins and Pumpkin Patches, Hayrides out to pick our own Jack-O-Lanterns, and the guide/driver pointing out the beautiful Evergreens nearby for us to come pick out our own Christmas Tree later. Wow!...  Read More

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Rams' wooing of Brett Favre demonstrates the NFL's growing quarterback problem - yahoo sports

Dan Wetzel 


Brett Favre, 44, closed out his NFL career in 2010 after a stint with the Vikings. (Getty)

The St. Louis Rams, desperate for a quarterback like seemingly half the NFL is these days, called Brett Favre this week, according to ESPN. The franchise wanted to see if Favre would unretire for the umpteenth time and give it one last final shot, after all the other one last final shots.

Seriously. They called Brett Favre.

Favre is 44 years old and currently working as a volunteer offensive coordinator and quarterback coach for the Oak Grove Warriors, a high school team in Mississippi. He spends his spare time jogging and mowing the lawn.

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This Is The Oldest Galaxy We've Ever Found - Business Insider

By Dina Spector | Business Insider 



V. Tilvi (Texas A&M), S. Finkelstein (UT Austin), the CANDELS team, and HST/NASA

Caption: An image from the Hubble Space Telescope shows a region in the northern sky where nearly every object seen is a galaxy. The zoomed panel highlights the galaxy known as z8_GND_5296, which was recently confirmed to be the most distant galaxy known, born only 700 million years after the Big Bang.

A galaxy known as "z8_GND_5296" — the red blob in the box to the right — has just been confirmed as the oldest known galaxy we've seen, formed just 700 million years after the universe's birth.

The galaxy seems to be pumping out new stars much faster — hundreds of times — than modern galaxies like our Milky Way.

The findings were reported Wednesday, Oct. 23, in the ...  Read More

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