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Airborne Wind Energy Conference 2011, Leuven, Belgium - The Airborne Wind Energy Conference 2011 is hosted by K.U.Leuven, working together with the Airborne Wind Energy Consortium. It will be held in the renovated 17th century buildings of the Irish College in the historic city center of Leuven.

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  • BronteFan - Good luck when it starts wearing off.

    Yes, it will make your floors shine...for a while. Then it begins to wear off, leaving an ugly white, waxy residue that has to be scraped off. We used this on our floors, and after a while it wore off in streaks. When trying to remove the rest of it, we had to get down on our hands and knees and scrape it off with Brillo pads. If that hadn't worked, we would have had to hire a floor repair company to remove this gunk. This leaves such a think residue that scraping didn't even harm the wood. Get your floors professionally refinished properly. This is a temporary solution that only leads to more aggravation later on.

  • R. Schmidt - How does Rick know so many off the beaten path ...

    How does Rick know so many off the beaten path places in Paris? We found his recommendations to be spot on. He's kind of a nerd, but so am I, and I wouldn't travel Europe without Rick Steeves.

  • Amazon Customer - I ABSOLUTELY love Thrive (and no

    I ABSOLUTELY love Thrive (and no, I do not sell it). I gave it a try after seeing a couple posts from a friend on facebook and I honestly refuse to go without this. I was skeptical at first. I work 12 hours overnight (7p-7a) and I have two small children so sometimes I do not get much sleep in (if at all) before my shift. This stuff works amazing for my energy levels and suppressing my appetite. It doesn't make me jittery or anything extreme like that, it just improves my focus and actually gives me the motivation to do things (I take both pills in the packet). Even on days when I am not working and I am home with the kids, it gives me the energy to get everything I need and want to get done, done. I am not a fan of the shakes because in my opinion they are too gritty. I ended up always using a blender to mix it with lots of ice and one serving of peanut butter. That made it pretty good, but not worth the cost to me, although the shakes do help with appetite control. For any one wondering about the patches, I found those to be useless. It's almost like an advertising ploy since they are their brand on the patch. Maybe they work for some, but not me. While I don't personally buy through amazing (I feel like I should continue to support my friend who sells it), if you are iffy on trying it, the cost is cheaper on Amazon (it cost $60+$9.99 for shipping through Le-Vel).

  • Bibi Ishmael - Not the best

    Only two Adhaan to choose from an those were not the best. The good one has the fajr line in it. For me I mostly use this app to remind me of the daily prayers. Other features is not so bad. You can check the names and attributes of Allah quickly. The compass ones not work on my Kindle Fire HD

  • George Schaefer - Startling good read

    Whew!! That's the first word that comes to my mind. It surfaced in my thoughts numerous times as I was reading this tale. This book is overwhelming. I had always heard tales about Shackleton and this was a most compelling read. I found myself unable to put it down. It just grabs a hold of you and won't let go. Alfred Lansing did a superb job of storytelling here. It is one of the most amazing tales of human courage and endurance ever written. This is a fabulous story. Sir Ernest Shackleton truly displayed extraordinary mettle in spite failing to achieve the initial objective. His leadership is undeniable. He held a crew together to endure the harshest climate on the planet. That the entire crew survived the venture is testament to the power of the human spirit. The will to survive can attain soaring heights as this tale suggests. Lansing attempts to get into the nature of the different men but he allows their diaries to dictate the writing. This is great because supposition by authors of nonfiction can be fatuous. Drawing excerpts from the diaries of the men is a way to draw upon the incredible human drama and psychology that must have unfolded in this venture. The obstacles encountered by the crew are staggering. The wind, the dampness, the bitter cold and the long months of darkness in the winter seem like more than any man should be able to stand. They slept in wet sleeping bags in sub-freezing temperature; ate unappetizing foods; and still managed to keep their hopes alive. These were not accommodations up to Hyatt standards. One wonders how many people today would be tough enough to triumph over these hardships. The pain, ennui and discomfort must have been staggering. I found myself just shaking my head with awe at numerous passages in the book. These are men who went to Hell and came back alive. That is remarkable in and of itself. This book is a classic account of one of man's most remarkable journeys. Read it and discover for yourself.