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How to make a decorative paper bird

Make sure you have all necessary materials...Cut out the templates. (You can find them on google by searching & 34;paper bird templates& 34;)Outline two bird shapes (facing opposite directions), two big wings, two medium, and two small.Cut them out :)Flip one bird over and hot glue the twig to the back.

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How to make your neon nails brighter How-to

How to make your neon nails brighter

Paint your nails white. I used LA colors french manicure. Let them dry completely.Gather 5 different neon colors. This one is a Claire& 39;s nail polish.This one is sinful colors53 Summer PeachThis one is Sinful Colors959 Fly Away.This one is also Sinful Colors. It is a striper though, but I& 39;m going to make it work and paint my nail with it anyway.

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The World's Smallest Jet: The BD-5 Industry

The World's Smallest Jet: The BD-5

September 22, 2016FLS Microjet (flying) and BD-5 propeller model Image Source: YouTube/Juan Jiménez Apparently, not all performance jet-powered aircraft are large daunting beasts. In fact, some are incredibly small, such as the FLS: a high performance, aerobatic, single seat, low-wing, all metal, jet-powered aircraft- designed and built not by a large well-known company.

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Discovering the Western Pacific Bio-'Twang' of the Mariana Trench Energy & Environment

Discovering the Western Pacific Bio-'Twang' of the Mariana Trench

December 23, 2016Researchers discovered an eerie, extraterrestrial sound in the deepest part of the ocean - the Mariana Trench. The trench lies to the south of Japan and the north of Australia. The recording released has an unusual booming sound, with deep moans at low frequencies and a metallic finale at extremely high frequencies.

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Universal Biosensor Saves Lives With Real-time Tracking Biology

Universal Biosensor Saves Lives With Real-time Tracking

December 31, 2016For people living with illnesses, constantly tracking vitals, glucose levels and other bodily chemicals can be crucial. One team of researchers developed a universal biosensor to aid in these processes. The biosensor monitors a variety of chemicals in the bloodstream in real-time. It can even be used for tracking certain chemicals relating to life-threatening conditions such as cancer or thrombosis.

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