Monthly Archive: June 2013

Jun 24 2013

It’s not the time to speak

If your ideas are not popular among your peers, it can be difficult to get your message across. Even if your points are valid and beneficial others, you may still have trouble convincing people around you. This occurs in almost all environments from home, school, office to in informal events. While I am not very …

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Jun 23 2013

Tips for portable computer users

During the last decade, the portable computers have replaced most of the the desktop computers. Today some people use portable units like laptops or tablets as their primary computer. If you use these portable devices as your primary units, you should also take precautions to protect your privacy and data security. This is not a …

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Jun 19 2013

Tips for Emigration from Asia

Traveling outside the country is not something that most people in Asia would do. But with the growth of middle class, the interest in permanently relocating to developed countries have increased significantly. While some may argue that “when in Rome, do as the Romans do” is not always applied in countries like Canada. But if …

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Jun 15 2013

Silicate Mineral Structures

Click on the image for larger high resolution file. Dark blue is Silicate Tetrahedra, green is bonds and the light blue is sodium. The isolated tetrahedra is a group of silicates in which the crystal structures have no shared oxygen between them. Therefore minerals like Olivine and Garnet are held together by the attaraction force …

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Jun 11 2013

Structure contouring

The structure contours are very important for understanding geologic features. They are used to demonstrate three denominational models using one denominational paper. More often the structure contouring techniques are often used to widen our understanding of sub-surface geology, but it is also equally useful in mapping non-penetrative geological features. General Procedure Look for intersections between …

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