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How To Make Liquid Nitrogen Ice Cream

You can use liquid nitrogen to make ice cream pretty much instantly. This makes a nice cryogenics or phase change demonstration. It's also just plain fun. This recipe is for strawberry ice cream. If you omit the strawberries, you can add a bit of vanilla for vanilla ice cream or some chocolate syrup for chocolate ice cream.
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USSR Established

In post-revolutionary Russia, the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics (USSR) is established, comprising a confederation of Russia, Belorussia, Ukraine, and the Transcaucasian Federation (divided in 1936 into the Georgian, Azerbaijan, and Armenian republics). Also known as the Soviet Union, the new communist state was the successor to the Russian Empire and the first country in the world to be based on Marxist socialism.
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Understanding Socratic Ignorance

Socratic ignorance refers, paradoxically, to a kind of knowledge-a person's frank acknowledgment of what they don't know. It is captured by the well-known statement: “I know only one thing-that I know nothing.” Paradoxically, Socratic ignorance is also referred to as "Socratic wisdom." Socratic Ignorance in Plato's Dialogues This sort of humility regarding what one knows is associated with the Greek philosopher Socrates (469-399 BCE) because he is portrayed displaying it in several of Plato's dialogs.
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History of Alywin - History

AylwinJohn Cushing Aylwin-born in Quebec, Canada, on 14 June 1778-worked on board British naval vessels at an early age. Though never formally enrolled in the Royal Navy, he received increasing responsibilities eventually performing the duties of a mate by 1795. He refused the offer of a midshipman& 39;s warrant but continued service at sea-apparently against his will-for another six years.
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Quotes to Help Celebrate World Teachers' Day

A good teacher plays the role of an educator, guide, inspirational guru, and a friend. They gently nudge the "slow learners" to climb a steep learning curve, and they engage with the "bright minds" to delve deeper into concepts and thereby meet their need to be ahead of others. Teachers tap the fertile mind of young children and plant the seed of curiosity in them.
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Gideon v. Wainwright

Gideon v. Wainwright was argued on January 15, 1963 and decided on March 18, 1963. Facts of Gideon v. Wainwright Clarence Earl Gideon was accused of stealing from the Bay Harbor Pool Room in Panama City, Florida on June 3, 1961. When he asked for a court appointed counsel, he was denied this because according to Florida law, court appointed counsel was only provided in the case of a capital offense.
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