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Friday, August 7, 2015

How to get Free Education with Elite Universities (MIT, Duke, and Harvard)


Free Education with Best Universities


This is my new articles on getting university education. In previous articles we saw more info about some free scholarships and other aspect of university education. We all know how costly the university education is? .If anyone wants to do he needs either lot of money or a student loan. In this article you will find that you can get free if you using MOOC.

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What is MOOC?

MOOC stands for Massive Open Online Courses.  Although there has been access to free online courses on the Internet for years, the quality and quantity of courses has changed.

Access to free courses has allowed students to obtain a level of education that many only could dream of in the past.  This has changed the face of education.  In The New York Times article Instruction for Masses Knocked Down Campus Walls, author Tamar Lewin stated, “in the past few months hundreds of thousands of motivated students around the world who lack access to elite universities have been embracing them as a path toward sophisticated skills and high-paying jobs, without paying tuition or collecting a college degree.”

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Although MOOCs are the latest trend, not everyone agrees that schools should offer them.  Joshua Kim Insight Higher Ed article Why Every University Does Not Need a MOOC noted that offering free material may not make sense for the individual university.  It may be more important to stand out in other ways.

There may also be some issues for students who lack motivation.  Since a MOOC is voluntary and there is no penalty for dropping the program or lagging behind, there may be issues with course completion.  Although a student may have received an excellent education, there will not be a corresponding diploma.

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For those who desire a free education and have the motivation, the following includes the: 

Top 10 Sites for Information about MOOCs:



  1. Udemy Free Courses – Udemy is an example of a site allows anyone to build or take online courses.  Udemy’s site exclaims, “Our goal is to disrupt and democratize education by enabling anyone to learn from the world’s experts.” The New York Times reported that Udemy, “recently announced a new Faculty Project, in which award-winning professors from universities like Dartmouth, the University of Virginia and Northwestern offer free online courses. Its co-founder, Gagen Biyani, said the site has more than 100,000 students enrolled in its courses, including several, outside the Faculty Project, that charge fees.”
  2. ITunesU Free Courses – Apple’s free app “gives students access to all the materials for courses in a single place. Right in the app, they can play video or audio lectures. Read books and view presentations.”
  3. Stanford Free Courses From Quantum Mechanics to The Future of the Internet, Stanford offers a variety of free courses.  Stanford’s – Introduction to Artificial Intelligence was highly successful. According to, “160000 students from 190 countries signed up to Stanford’s Introduction to AI” course, with 23000 reportedly completing.”  Check out Stanford’s Engineering Everywhere link.
  4. UC Berkeley Free Courses – From General Biology to Human Emotion, Berkley offers a variety of courses.  Check out:  Berkeley Webcasts and Berkeley RSS Feeds.
  5. MIT Free Courses – Check out MIT’s RSS MOOC feed.  Also see:  MIT’s Open Courseware.
  6. Duke Free Courses – Duke offers a variety of courses on ITunesU.
  7. Harvard Free Courses – From Computer Science to Shakespeare, students may now get a free Harvard education. “Take a class for professional development, enrichment, and degree credit. Courses run in the fall, spring, or intensive January session. No application is required.”
  8. UCLA Free Courses – Check out free courses such as their writing program that offers over 220 online writing courses each year.
  9. Yale Free Courses – At Open Yale, the school offers “free and open access to a selection of introductory courses taught by distinguished teachers and scholars at Yale University. The aim of the project is to expand access to educational materials for all who wish to learn.”
  10. Carnegie Mellon Free Courses – Carnegie Mellon boosts “No instructors, no credits, no charge.”
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Friday, July 3, 2015

How to get Cheap Ticket to See 1000 Islands, Niagara, Wonderland and Many More


How to get Cheap Ticket to See 1000 Islands, Niagara, Wonderland and Many More -

This is my new article on getting cheap tickets to see nice waterparks and places in Canada and US

In this article I have found very nice website which provide us a lot of saving on different attractions places in Ontario, Canada.
Attractions Ontario is committed to providing you with fun-filled ideas for your next vacation as well as money saving coupons to Ontario's top attractions to make your trip more affordable. These are free coupons for you to use!
Listed below are member attractions currently offering coupon discounts at their venues. Just click on the desired attraction – this will bring you to the attraction listing where you can view and print the free coupons. Don’t forget to check this page at the beginning of each month for new coupons!
This year almost all the coupons in our Passport are available here for download and printing. Please visit our member attractions!
E-COUPONS ARE ONLY VALID IF BOTH FRONT AND BACK SIDES ARE PRESENTED AT FRONT GATE (The front of the coupon is ABOVE the perforated line, the back of the coupon is BELOW the perforated line).

The 2015 Attraction Coupons are here!

Attractions Ontario is committed to providing you with fun-filled ideas for your next vacation as well as money saving coupons to Ontario's top attractions to make your trip more affordable. These are free coupons for you to use!  Listed below are member attractions currently offering coupon discounts at their venues. Just click on the desired attraction – this will bring you to the attraction listing where you can view and print the free coupons. Don’t forget to check this page at the beginning of each month for new coupons! This year almost all the coupons in our Summer Passport and Coupon Book are available here for download and printing. Explore Ontario this summer and visit our member attractions! 
Note: E-coupons are only valid if BOTH SIDES (FRONT AND BACK) are printed and presented of the attraction FRONT GATE. The front of the coupon is ABOVE the perforated line, the back of the coupon is BELOW the perforated line. DO NOT CUT THE COUPONS - the printout is the ENTIRE coupon that needs to be presented.
AttractionTitleExpiry Date
1000 Islands & Seaway Cruises - Brockville Save 25%2015/08/30
1000 Islands Cruise Gananoque Boat Line $2 OFF Regular Adult Ticket for a 1000 Islands Cruise2015/10/12
1000 Islands Cruises Rockport $2 Off Regular Priced Cruise2015/10/31
African Lion Safari $2 Off Regular Admission2015/09/20
Battlefield House - Hamilton Civic Museums 2 for 12016/04/30
Bingemans Big Splash $6 Off Day Pass2015/09/07
Bird Kingdom $3 Off All Regular Admission2016/04/30
Bowmanville Zoological Park Free Kid Pass2016/04/30
Cambridge Butterfly Conservatory Save Up to $8!2016/01/31
Canada's Wonderland $8 Off Regular Admission2015/11/01
Canadian Museum of History $5 Off of Family Admission & IMAX Combo2015/12/31
Canadian Museum of Nature $2 Off Regular Admission2015/09/01
Casa Loma 10% Off Admission2016/04/30
Castle Kilbride National Historic Site 2 For 1 Regular Admission2016/01/03
Centreville Amusement Park $2 Off All-Day Ride Pass2015/12/31
Chicopee Tube Park $10 Off Zip Line & All Acess Combo Package2015/10/31
CN Tower 15% Off General Admission Ticket2015/10/31
Discovery Harbour 50% Off Admission2015/09/06
Dundurn National Historic Site - Hamilton Civic Museums 2 for 12016/04/30
Eco Adventure Tour At Scenic Caves Nature Adventures $20 Off Eco Adventure Tour2015/10/31
Elmvale Jungle Zoo $2 Off Regular Adult Admission2015/09/30
Fallsview Indoor Waterpark $10 Off General Admission for up to 6 People2016/04/30
Fantasy Fair $4 Off All Day Ride Pass2016/04/30
Fieldcote Memorial Park & Museum - Hamilton Civic Museums 2 for 12016/04/30
Fort William Historical Park Buy 1, Get 1 Free!2015/09/30
Greg Frewin Theatre Book Online and Save 15%2016/05/01
Hamilton Children's Museum - Hamilton Civic Museums 2 for 12016/04/30
Hamilton Military Museum - Hamilton Civic Museums 2 for 12016/04/30
Hamilton Museum of Steam and Technology - Hamilton Civic Museums 2 for 12016/04/30
Hockey Hall of Fame $4 Off Per Person+10% Off Gift Store 2016/04/30
Jungle Cat World $2 Off Regular Admission2016/04/30
LEGOLAND® Discovery Centre Toronto $3 Off Up to 4 People2016/04/30
Long Point Eco-Adventures $10 Off Eco-Adventure Tour2015/11/01
Mariposa Cruises Buy One, Get One FREE2015/10/31
Medieval Times Dinner and Tournament Adults $39.95, Children 12 and Under $32.952016/04/30
Mysteriously Yours... Mystery Dinner Theatre $10 Off Regular Admission2016/04/30
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Oh Canada Eh? Dinner Show Save $8 off per Adult or Kids Free 2016/05/04
ONE AXE Pursuits $5 Off 2015/08/31
Ontario Parks $2 OFF Regular Price Vehicle Permit2015/10/12
Ontario Science Centre 20% Off Regular Admission2016/03/31
Playdium $10 Free Credits2015/09/30
Ripley's Aquarium of Canada 15% Off Purchase2016/04/30
River Run Rafting Save $20 Per Person2015/09/30
Safari Niagara Save Up to $18 Off!2015/10/12
Sainte-Marie among the Hurons 50% Off Admission2015/10/30
Santa's Village $5 Off Admission 2015/09/13
Scenic Caves Nature Adventures $4 Off Admission2015/10/31
Science North $2 Off Science Centre Admission2015/09/07
Segway Ontario 20% Off Any Tour2016/05/31
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Skylon Tower $2 Off Regular Adult Admission2016/04/30
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St. Jacobs & Aberfoyle Model Railway Save Up To $8 on Regular Admission2016/12/31
The Canadian Clay & Glass 10% Off Purchase at the Gift Shop2015/12/31
The Wave Pool 2-4-1 Recreational Swim 2016/12/31
THEMUSEUM 2 For 1 Admission2015/10/12
Toronto Bicycle Tours $10 Off Any Tour 2016/05/31
Toronto Harbour Tours 40% Off 1 Hour Toronto Harbour Tour2015/10/30
Waterloo Region Museum Buy 1, Get 1 Free Admission2015/12/23
Whitehern Historic House & Garden - Hamilton Civic Museums 2 for 12016/04/30
Wye Marsh 20% Off Admission2016/04/30
Yogi Bear's Jellystone Park - Toronto $10 Off Camping2015/09/27
Yogi Bear's Jellystone Parks - Niagara $10 Off Camping2015/09/27

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Tuesday, June 16, 2015

Easiest way to Predict Your Risk for Heart Disease and Death in 2015


Simple Hand-Grip Test for Heart Disease in 2015

Wow this is very useful research and will help many peoples to know about their Risk for Heart Disease. It turns out that a very similar test can also predict someone’s risk for heart attack, stroke and a shorter life, according to a recently published study in the health journal The Lancet. The hand grip test is cheap, easy and out-performs some traditional methods for predicting one’s risk of death by cardiovascular disease, according to lead researcher Dr. Darryl Leong of McMaster University in Canada.

 Easiest way to Predict Your Risk for Heart Disease and Death in 2015

New Research

 The study is noteworthy because it tracked the health outcomes of almost 140,000 people across 17 economically diverse countries, which is by far the largest and most comprehensive analysis of the hand grip test’s ability to predict future mortality, cardiovascular disease and stroke. Study participants first tested their grip strength with a device called a dynamometer, and then researchers followed up with them after an average of four years to see how they were doing in terms of health. Leong found that every five-kilogram reduction in grip strength (about 11 pounds) from the average was linked to a 16 percent increased risk of death, a 17 percent increased risk of cardiovascular death, a 9 percent increase in stroke and a 7 percent increase in heart attack.  These findings held even as researchers accounted for factors that could potentially be skewing the results, including differences in age, sex, education level, diet, exercise, prior disease and body mass index, to name a few. More crucially, the handgrip test was better able to predict a person’s risk certain outcomes than the more traditional means of doing so -- that is, measuring systolic blood pressure or inquiring about physical activity levels.

 Easiest way to Predict Your Risk for Heart Disease and Death in 2015

"Grip strength was better than blood pressure and activity levels at predicting death," explained Leong in an email to HuffPost. "It was as good as blood pressure and better than activity levels at predicting death from heart disease or stroke, and it was not as good as blood pressure, but better than activity levels at predicting heart disease and stroke (including non-fatal heart disease ad stroke)." The research hints at the important role muscle tone and strength play in maintaining a healthy lifestyle, and not just because more muscle strength means less physical disability, wrote Professor Avan Aihie Sayer of the University of Southampton in a commentary that accompanied Leong’s study. However, Leong’s population-based study wasn’t able to provide any explanation for the link between the two because of the limitations of this kind of association research. "Poor muscle strength has been proposed to directly affect mortality through its association with

 Easiest way to Predict Your Risk for Heart Disease and Death in 2015

increased disability,” wrote Sayer. "However, the findings from [the study] suggest that associations with cardiovascular disease and its risk factors might be an additional pathway.” In other words, Sayer explained, the link between muscle strength and heart health suggests some kind of “mechanistic explanation” for how one lifts the other, but no one has yet uncovered it. Currently, the hand grip test is not standard in clinical exams, but Leong thinks that the cheap, simple hand grip test can be especially useful to assess risk of death in people with pneumonia, cancer or heart disease, as his study found that low grip strength in these patients was linked to a high risk of dying from their disease, but high grip strength indicated a better outcome. "We also expect it may be a useful test in low-resource settings, where access to more sophisticated tests is limited," Leong concluded. "One of the challenges in knowing where to use it lies in not knowing what we can do to improve it, so we really need to undertake more research."

Muscle strength has been linked to early death and sickness in past studies, but it’s unclear whether strengthening one’s muscles can lead to a decrease in the risk for cardiovascular disease, or whether muscular strength indicates physical fitness and thus a healthy heart. Further research is needed to confirm this cause-and-effect relationship, concluded Leong.


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Tuesday, June 2, 2015

Save money with Home Made Weeds Killer for your green lawn


Cheap and Home Made Weeds Killer


Just as we all are starting to enjoy our beautiful green lawn after a long winter, we are all noticing that weeds are popping up everywhere. Do not despair! Instead read this blog to finds out some homemade and cheap ways to control nasty weeds on your lawn


1. Homemade Vinegar mix for weeds


In light of my recent discussion of nasty chemicals on grass, you can imagine that I was excited to see this simple recipe to make my own, non-toxic weed killer spray:


8 cups (2 litres) white vinegar

1/2 cup. (50ml) salt

4 tbsp (50 ml) dishwasher liquid


Dissolve the salt in the vinegar, and then add 2 tbsp of liquid dish detergent. Store this in a labelled spray bottle.

Pour in spray bottle, mix gently and spot spray each weed. May harm grass so only spot spray directly on weeds.


2. Liquid Dish Detergent


Make a soap solution of 1 part liquid dish detergent to 10 parts water. Soak weeds with this mix.

 Save money with Home Made Weeds Killer for your green lawn


3. Boiling Water


Plug in the kettle, bring it to a boil then pour the hot water over weeds (you’re basically cooking the weed to death).


4. Lemon Juice


 Either use straight lemon juice or try 1/2 cup lemon juice mixed with 1 quart household vinegar. This works much the same way as straight vinegar, but lemon juice is more expensive. I would only use this if I had more lemon juice on hand than I knew what to do with.


5. Corn Gluten Meal (this is different than corn meal)


This is an all-natural weed and feed product that deter weeds spreading by seed. This is Effective on crabgrass, dandelions, curly dock, knotweed, lambs quarters, pigweed, plantain and other weeds. This can be used on lawns, flowerbeds, bulb beds and vegetable gardens.
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Some other Tips for Weed Control


  • Many natural remedies and weed killer products will not only kill weeds dead, but they may also kill surrounding grass, plants and flowers. When using a recipe, make sure to apply to the weed only (keep in mind that liquids will saturate and seep into the ground where roots from favoured plants may be able to reach).
  • Use weed killers when there’s no sign of rain for at least a day or two, hot sunny weather will give you best results.
  • For weed control in gardens and flower beds, consider laying newspapers and mulch in and around your plants–the weeds will have a difficult time rooting and spreading.
  • Weed growth is greatly reduced when using the “No Dig” method of gardening The idea is to make a foundation of compost/mulch then only use soil where you plant (make a hole in the mulch, stick a handful or two of dirt inside then plant the seedling).
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  • Did you know: Many weeds are used in home remedies for all sorts of things and some are even edible and tasty! For example, dandelions can be used to make a delicious syrup, wine or jelly, while plantains can be crushed and used to reduce itching from mosquito bites or relieve pain from bee stings. Take some time to research the weeds in your area and you may find some pretty clever ways to make them useful–you may just decide to let a few weeds live and flourish in certain parts of your yard.
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