Not only the most difficult but also one of the most beautiful jigsaw puzzles ever build. Wait until you see the parts interlock and high in plain sight. A real masterpiece that will keep you busy for hours!
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America’s most famous architect designed innovative buildings, including schools, skyscrapers, hotels, museums – and about 280 homes. Twenty Wright homes are currently for sale. Dean Reynolds reports on the difficulties of selling the properties.
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Why is it difficult to pull a boat on the beach than on the sea?
Hey. You will find it difficult to pull the boat on the beach.
Pull it on the sea. There it will be quite easy.
Fine. Don’t listen.
At least now try to pull the boat on the sea.
It is quite easy, right?
Do you know why?
This is because of friction. Friction is the force which opposes the motion of an object. It always acts in the direction opposite to the direction of motion.
The amount of friction depends upon the texture of an object and the surface on which it is being moved. Rough textures or surfaces offer greater friction as compared to smooth textures or surfaces.
Even though the texture of the boat is almost smooth, the small particles of sand present on beach form a rough surface. Hence, when we pull the boat on beach, the sand particles offer greater friction and oppose the motion of the boat, thus making it difficult to move the boat on beach.
However, the sea being a liquid, forms a smooth surface. Hence, when we pull the boat on sea, it offers less friction, thus making it comparatively less difficult to pull the boat on sea.
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“History is a sequence of random events and unpredictable choices which is why the future is so difficult to foresee. But you can try.” – Neil armstrong, July 19, 2009
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Words of Neil Armstrong — the first man on the moon, in an interview for the 40th anniversary of the moon landing — just listened to it on CNN.
Just have to cut my Paris/France series momentarily for this stock photo I took sometime last year, for the 40th anniversary of the moon landings. 40 years ago today, July 20, 1969, the first humans walked on the moon. Apollo 11 completed its mission. One of the greatest achievements of mankind. The Apollo project would then have several more landings after it. I would be born only years after the last lunar landing(the Apollo 17 mission — the last mission to land on the moon), but I grew up seeing photos and reading books about the moon landings. One of the reasons why aviation fascinated me. Maybe in my lifetime I would see a lunar landing live on TV, but maybe not, maybe it would be a Martian landing this time, but we’ll never know if NASA would go back to the moon. But other countries would be ready to probably do it soon.
Here’s to the 40th anniversary of the moon landing. A toast to the human’s indomitable spirit.