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Upon successful registration we will email you a confirmation with the event details.For questions about the Event email Amber, your Louisville Pre-Dating Speed Dating Coordinator or to register by phone call (859) 955-0141.Your Internet Provider and Government can track your torrent activity! Your Bittorrent strongly recommends using VPN to anonymize your torrenting. Pre-Dating's speed dating events are the fun and efficient way for people from the Louisville area to meet face to face, live and in-person.Come to Diamond Pub and Billiards~ Highlands at 630 Barret Ave.Initial analysis suggests their creation is harder than a jeweler's diamond."This new diamond is not going to be on any engagement rings," Jodie Bradby, a professor at the Australian National University, said in a news release.I just told them to sit anywhere and that we would be moving soon enough. I am excited to add a fun twist for when I do this lesson again.I went through the Power Point slides, introducing speed dating and how it relates to our book speed dating activity. After all the "dating" has finished, each student will choose a playing card from the middle of the tables."You'll more likely find it on a mining site -- but I still think that diamonds are a scientist's best friend.Any time you need a super-hard material to cut something, this new diamond has the potential to do it more easily and more quickly." Bradby and her colleagues successfully synthesized nano-sized lonsdaleite, a hexagonal diamond of glassy carbon, at 400 degrees Celsius, half the temperature scientists had previously thought was required.