The current forecast for the H1N1 virus seems quite grim. Referred to originally as “swine flu” last spring, it has already spread to more than 180,000 cases worldwide, and shows no sign of slowing anytime soon. The President’s Council of Advisors on Science and Technology has predicted that 30 to 50 percent of the nation’s population could eventually be infected, with up to 90,000 deaths if the virus mutates into a more aggressive version.
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Batten down the hatches, people who work in tech support from Bangalore to Bangor. Google’s tribute for today celebrates the invention of the bar code. Replacing those playground-friendly letters with […]
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I would like to cooperate all around the world for my social and interactive public art events..If I fell where is an positive artistic and humanistic energie I like to be there...For to create new 3D art works,ideas,diologs with Artists and Public peoples...I hope I can move my artistic visions with me where I will go...
A pilot project presented before the Colombian embassy in London in 2007. The idea is to enhance the current infrastructure of the capital of Colombia for the teaching of Spanish language to foreign students. The objective is to sell Bogotá as the world’s capital of the teaching of Spanish language.