not to trust in CNNIC

Do not trust in the certificates from CNNIC!

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the book What Is Mathematics?

What Is Mathematics? An Elementary Approach to Ideas and Methods is a wonderful and helpful book, attracting our interest in maths!

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Buffalible-Genesis

The science edition of Genesis.

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the beauty of maths

A scientist in Google China blog wrote a series of popular science articles, describing the beauty of maths, as well as the maths tool in search engine.

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why should we start writing

Everyone has gone through a moment, that he or she has the emotion to write, for nothing, but the impulse inside the heart.

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something about Does God Play Dice?

These days, I reread the book Does God Play Dice?.

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install ubuntu 9.10

Though ubuntu 10.04 is approaching, unluckily, I have to reinstall the ubuntu 9.10 these days.

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Some interesting English.

Impossible is not thing,because itself says I-am-possible.
Every letter appears twice in the word “happenchance”.

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Some thoughts about Critical thinking and more

Critical thinking is the purposeful and reflective judgement about what to believe or what to do in response to observations, experience, verbal or written expressions, or arguments. Critical thinking involves determining the meaning and significance of what is observed or expressed, or, concerning a given inference or argument, determining whether there is adequate justification to accept the conclusion as true.
via wikipedia.org

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Peaceful revolution

A peaceful revolution or bloodless coup is a regime change that occurs without violence. A Peaceful revolution is, if between two sides, one faction is not willing to use armed force. If the revolutionists refuse to use violence, it is known as a nonviolent revolution. If the revolutionists are willing to use force, but the loyalists (government) negotiate or surrender to divert armed conflict, a type of bloodless war. Hawaii has had both types of peaceful revolutions in 1893 and 1954, other peaceful revolutions that have occurred are the Bloodless Revolution of 1688 in England, the People Power Revolution of 1986 in the Philippines, and the peaceful revolution of 1989 in Germany.

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