Architectural Student Donated $1000 Of Her LottoSod168 Money To Lebanese Red Cross

Rosa Prashad from Brisbane, Australia, is an Architectural Student, Political Blogger and Online Gambler, who has been trying to learn Arabic for quite a while. One of her American uncles told her that Washington and New Jersey have the best Arabic schools in the US.

Rosa says it’s horrible that Lebanon has been through so much in recent history but hopes they will pull through. She believes donating to Red Cross is a way to help if you are not in Lebanon right now. She donated $1000 to them that she won with

Rosa has an Arab-American friend whose parents were going to teach her the Arabic only if she would read the Quran. Now, she has decided to learn the language for herself and neither for them or their beliefs.

Rosa says the biggest problem with the Arabic is avoiding the religion, she gives examples:-

How are you?: Praise to be Allah.

How will the weather be? Sunny, Allah willing.

Rosa says she cried for days after writing the place where the laboring job workers in Dubai live. She says they are literal slave labor camps – most of the people who actually build those those towers are migrant workers being paid little to nothing and forced to live in terrible conditions. She visited Dubai to better her grip in the Arabic. She wanted to learn to speak the language spoken in the place where some of the world’s tallest buildings exist.

Rosa doesn’t agree with those who say things like the slums are in so many countries, every country has its goods and bads and the situation is not different in India. She answers them that the slums are everywhere, one can’t deny that, but the companies that build these towers in Dubai are intentionally stuffing their workers into these places with no amenities, overcrowding and basically no human rights.

Earth Is Flat, Crypto Is Good, Daily Profit Pundit Sounds Like A Legit Mogul

Felix Nacson from Calaveras County, California, is a Christian Blogger and Flat-Earther, who relies on แทงบอลออนไลน์ website to make a living.

Felix believes that the earth is not an isolated system and receives energy from the sun. Hence, he believes the second law of thermodynamics does not apply. He questions “How come observers in South Africa, South America and Australia all see the constellation Octans when looking dense south, just slightly rotated? Wouldn’t they be looking in opposite directions?”

Felix answers to questions like “Why can’t I see the constellation Octans from anywhere in the Northern Hemisphere, yet it is invariably visible due south (outwards on most models) on a Flat Earth? Shouldn’t it be visible east from some locations and times and west from others, and visible across the entire planet since it is above the horizon?”

Felix also questions like “With relative density, replacing gravity, why don’t water droplets in clouds, a thousand times denser than air, fall to the ground immediately? How do clouds exist at all?”

Felix writes earth is not a close system and there are ways out, but it is hard for stuff to escape. He writes energy gets in and out in the form of light very easily. Thermodynamically, earth is not a closed system, it cannot be, because the sun is not a part of the earth.
Felix believes the gravity pulls the air back down, so it exerts pressure on earth. That’s how gravity is believed to work and it makes sense with measurements.

Felix believes GR is not a force. In GT, everything stays but space curves to bring things together. He adds that curvature is visible in Mercury’s orbit and in the data from Gravity Probe B.