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FREE Microsoft Security Essential February 14, 2010

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Microsoft Security Essentials provides real-time protection for your home PC that guards against viruses, spyware, and other malicious software.
Microsoft Security Essentials is a free* download from Microsoft that is simple to install, easy to use, and always kept up to date so you can be assured your PC is protected by the latest technology. It’s easy to tell if your PC is secure — when you’re green, you’re good. It’s that simple.
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Blood Diamonds February 12, 2010

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What Are “Blood Diamonds?”

The movie, Blood Diamond, traces the path of a large pink diamond found in Sierra Leone in the 1990’s by a fisherman working as a slave in a rebel-controlled diamond mine. That diamond changed and ended many lives and the story of that stone carries a strong social message. The story is interesting fiction but it is based upon facts. The story can help you appreciate how a mineral resource can fuel the oppression and slaughter of thousands of people. This is not a first time phenomenon. It happened before in Africa with ivory and gold.



Makampuni ya utafutaji na uchimbaji wa dhahabu Tz February 12, 2010

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Nilikuwa napitia mitandao na nikakutana na hili, kumbe hata majina ya hizi kampuni huko nje mfano canada hayajulikani. Wanachojua ni prospects tu, hata wafanyakazi sijaona ila labda nimeangalia vibaya jaribu wewe hapahttp://www.currierose.com. Pia ukitaka kujua wanavyogawana share huko cheki hii link Shares za makampuni migodini, na hii piaFinancial_Statements for exploration cmpny

Oldonyo Lengai volcanic hazards February 4, 2010

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A Tragic Accident in Oldonyo Lengai, 2007

Volcanic Hazards

In late August 2007 a young Pambao, a young Maasai warrior  from the community of Ngare Sero incurred severe burns on both legs from toe to thigh; his right hand was also severely burned. This happened when he fell into an active lava flow in the summit crater of Oldoinyo Lengai. Due to its unique chemical composition, these lavas are relatively ‘cool’ (around 500 degrees Celsius), or Pambao would not be alive today. Following the accident, he was evacuated from the crater, carried in an improvised stretcher down a steep, rugged almost six thousand foot slope, and then taken by road to the Mount Meru hospital in Arusha. He remained in hospital for some time, with financial support from Volcano Expeditions International, the tour company that had hired him as porter for the climb which went so disastrously wrong. (more…)