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Sealed in 01 July 2020 04:13:23
Opened at: 23 October 2021 00:00:00
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Kalau ternyata Nabila ga keburu wisjul, berarti sekarang lagi arak-arakan wisokto!!
Tulisan ini ditulis hari ke-4 nyai meninggal, meskipun belom sempet liat Nabila pake toga, tapi semoga nyai dan akas bangga ya Nab. Mungkin hari ini Nabila bakal super mellow atau malah sangat gembira, tapi yang jelas jangan pernah lupa semua proses, jatuh-bangun, senang-sedih, yang terjadi sampe akhirnya bisa ada di titik ini.

Semoga gelar yang didapet berkah dan bisa berguna untuk orang banyak, kerja ga sekedar kerja, tapi jadi manfaat untuk masyarakat. Selalu inget solat, dijaga terus wudhunya, jangan bentak mama/papa!! Yang paling penting, semoga Nabila selalu rajin kirim doa buat nyai dan akas setiap hari jumat!! Kalau ke Palembang usahain ke kuburan.

Hidup setelah wisuda mau ngapain ya?? Hmm semoga selalu semangat mencari kerja, pasti susah cari kerja, tapi pokoknya ga boleh nyerah, namanya juga idup brooo klo mudah namanya apa?? kelas kwn.
Mau dapet kerja dimana juga, merantau lagi atau di Palembang, harus selalu inget wa mama papa setiap hari, sering2 tanya kabar bicik. Jangan lupa vidcall balik klo mama nelfon!! BTW gimana nab dgn kisah asmara lau? HAHAHA KLO BLM ADA JG GPP, org ga dikejer apa2 ini.

Dah segini aja deh, pesan dari nabila tahun kemaren, semoga nabila yang sekarang sdh belajar banyak hal tahun terakhir di ITB. Jangan pernah nyesel untuk semua kesempatan dan keputusan yang sudah diambil. Semoga nabila yang sekarang siap menghadapi hidup sebagai sarjana yang cakap, bermoral, dan berpengadian. AAMIIN. Ciao!

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Sealed in 19 October 2021 16:18:11
Opened at: 21 October 2021 00:00:00
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Sealed in 17 October 2021 02:11:17
Opened at: 17 October 2021 07:30:00
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Age: 5 hours Observers 1 Has 1 observer Views : 25 Owner: Hemanth
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Sealed in 09 February 2021 05:18:02
Opened at: 16 October 2021 06:00:00
Sealed with Dogecoin NASA launches Lucy The Trojan asteroid-hunter. It will survey fossils of planet formation, from the early days of our solar system

Time capsules from the birth of our Solar System more than 4 billion years ago, the swarms of Trojan asteroids associated with Jupiter are thought to be remnants of the primordial material that formed the outer planets. The Trojans orbit the Sun in two loose groups, with one group leading ahead of Jupiter in its path, the other trailing behind. Clustered around the two Lagrange points equidistant from the Sun and Jupiter, the Trojans are stabilized by the Sun and its largest planet in a gravitational balancing act. These primitive bodies hold vital clues to deciphering the history of the solar system, and perhaps even the origins of organic material on Earth.

Lucy will be the first space mission to study the Trojans. The mission takes its name from the fossilized human ancestor (called “Lucy” by her discoverers) whose skeleton provided unique insight into humanity's evolution. Likewise, the Lucy mission will revolutionize our knowledge of planetary origins and the formation of the solar system.

Lucy will launch in October 2021 and, with boosts from Earth's gravity, will complete a 12-year journey to eight different asteroids — a Main Belt asteroid and seven Trojans, four of which are members of “two-for-the-price-of-one” binary systems. Lucy’s complex path will take it to both clusters of Trojans and give us our first close-up view of all three major types of bodies in the swarms (so-called C-, P- and D-types).

The dark-red P- and D-type Trojans resemble those found in the Kuiper Belt of icy bodies that extends beyond the orbit of Neptune. The C-types are found mostly in the outer parts of the Main Belt of asteroids, between Mars and Jupiter. All of the Trojans are thought to be abundant in dark carbon compounds. Below an insulating blanket of dust, they are probably rich in water and other volatile substances.

No other space mission in history has been launched to as many different destinations in independent orbits around our sun. Lucy will show us, for the first time, the diversity of the primordial bodies that built the planets. Lucy’s discoveries will open new insights into the origins of our Earth and ourselves.

Official Mission: http://lucy.swri.edu
Source: https://www.nasa.gov/mission_pages/lucy/overview/index

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Sealed in 02 June 2015 21:39:54
Opened at: 16 October 2021 04:30:00
Sealed with Dogecoin The food of the future: Soylent is considered the global solution to malnourishment

Feeding 9 billion people in 2050 is one of the planet’s priority concerns at the minute, and this includes getting proper nutrition to the already-existing 850 million malnourished people. According to Rob, the creator of Soylent,

“You’re not going to feed a booming population with organic farms”

Hank Pellissier thought bringing Soylent to malnourished and undernourished populations over a period of two weeks could help them get the missing nutrients they need. He wanted to send 2 tones of Soylent to 140 Mangyan children, who live in the Mindoro Island in the Philippines.

Why this village?

He has been involved with these villagers for over a decade. He’s already tried to establish chicken farming in order to provide villagers with a proper source of protein. He asked Soylent to donate food to the Philippines, and sought out the people from DIY at powderedfoods.com when Soylent refused. A kickstarter campaign was launched to raise $5000 for needed materials and shipping fees.

Pellissier isn’t advocating Soylent as a way of replacing food completely for the villagers, but rather as a form of supplement, to get the protein they need:

“The kids’ diet is very starchy, based on cassava and tubers, sweet potatoes and lacks protein. Everyone there has TB, which spreads amongst people with a weakened diet, particularly one low in protein. I think the powdered foods will give them this protein”

Still, some people remain sceptical:

First of all, he’s not sure whether the villagers would be willing to replace some meals with Soylent:

“Maybe they’ll be a little resistant. I had a hard time getting them to take the de-worming medicine.”

Second, a dietitian for the Association of UK Dietitians, Mariette Abrahams was also sceptical about this switch. For example, she underlined that if they used unsafe water, it could worsen their situation. She also mentioned the risk for refeeding syndrome, which is a potential reaction to the sudden introduction of food, after a long period of starvation. And this could potentially be fatal because this powder is so nutritious, and that could lead to biochemical shifts.

Others argue that powdered food can never replace the benefits of fresh seasonal foods, and that there are still loads we don’t know about the nutrients in foods.

On a different note, this is what Rob Rhinehart, creator of Soylent has to say about Soylent and the developing world:

“I’m very optimistic at the prospect of helping developing nations. Soylent can largely be produced from the products of local agriculture, and at scale is plenty cheap to nourish even the most impoverished individuals. Also, agriculture has a huge impact on the environment and this diet vastly reduces one’s use of it.”

So maybe once Soylent is further developed and safe to use (read why we’re still a bit sceptical here), this new technology can be used to feed the developing world and solve diseases linked to malnourishment!

Source: https://urbantimes.co/2014/07/soylent-food-aid/

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Sealed in 16 October 2021 00:00:00
Opened at: 16 October 2021 00:00:02
Sealed with Dogecoin The food of the future: Soylent is considered the global solution to malnourishment

The future of food is not the return to an agrarian society but the transcendence of it. In time Soylent will be synthesized directly from light, water, and air with designer microorganisms. Genetic engineering to enhance our microbiome, and eventually ourselves. I don’t know who was the first farmer, but I want to be the last. We will make food so cheap only the rich will cook. This new technology can be used to feed the developing world and solve diseases linked to malnourishment!

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Sealed in 14 October 2020 13:41:39
Opened at: 13 October 2021 00:45:00
The Apple Watch SE

The Apple Watch SE offers the best combination of style, message handling, activity tracking, app selection, and battery life of any smartwatch for any platform. It comes in two body sizes—40 mm and 44 mm—with larger screens than on previous Apple Watches in similarly sized bodies. It’s noticeably faster at running apps than the still-available Apple Watch Series 3. The base model costs 30% less than the also just-released Apple Watch Series 6, and you can choose a configuration with LTE connectivity for a $50 premium, half of what that feature costs on other Apple Watch models. The Apple Watch SE is missing some features from the more premium model, such as an always-on display, blood oxygen measurement, ECG, and different (read: more expensive) case materials, all of which are nice to have but not essential.

Age: 12 months Observers 0 Views : 25 Owner: Nora Gadah
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Sealed in 22 February 2021 12:25:54
Opened at: 12 October 2021 08:00:00
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Sealed in 12 September 2021 19:15:21
Opened at: 07 October 2021 12:00:00
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Sealed in 14 October 2020 23:36:07
Opened at: 05 October 2021 21:30:00
iPad Pro 2020

IPad Pro 2020, released by Apple in the year 2020, it is very practical for university students as it has very good features and new programs also there are three cameras in the iPad that it helps photographers a lot also you can buy a keyboard as it makes the iPad like a laptop This is really beautiful also iPad supports the digital pen enjoy The tablet has the largest screens in the world of tablets and smartphones. The disadvantages of the iPad are that it does not come with a separate headphone input as well. The iPad is not water and dust resistant and is also very heavy. This is all about iPad Pro 2020.

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