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Do eksploatacji dostępnych jest 55 złóż węgla kamiennego.
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Zagłębie Ostrawsko-Karwińskie – Wikipedia, wolna encyklopedia
1 Geologia 2 Historia 3 Zobacz też 4 Przypisy 5 Bibliografia GeologiaEdytuj Węglonośne warstwy pochodzą z karbonu, osiągają miąższość do 1000 m, a w granicach Śląska Cieszyńskiego do 880 m[1]. <span>Do eksploatacji dostępnych jest 55 złóż węgla kamiennego. W części karwińskiej znajduje się około 70 pokładów o grubości 57 m, które można podzielić na warstwy siodłowe (10 pokładów o grubości 22,5 m), suskie (26 pokładów, 30 m) i dąbrowskie (




czeskie zagłębie węglowe, jednolity obszar geologiczno-geograficzny w północno-wschodniej części kraju morawsko-śląskiego, przy granicy z Polską, w Kotlinie Ostrawskiej, zawierający największe w kraju zasoby węgla kamiennego i jego najintensywniejszą eksploatację
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Zagłębie Ostrawsko-Karwińskie – Wikipedia, wolna encyklopedia
ną odpowiedzialność Szukaj Zagłębie Ostrawsko-Karwińskie Język Obserwuj Edytuj Zagłębie Ostrawsko-Karwińskie (też: Ostrawsko-Karwińskie Zagłębie Węglowe, cz. Ostravsko-karvinská uhelná pánev) – <span>czeskie zagłębie węglowe, jednolity obszar geologiczno-geograficzny w północno-wschodniej części kraju morawsko-śląskiego, przy granicy z Polską, w Kotlinie Ostrawskiej, zawierający największe w kraju zasoby węgla kamiennego i jego najintensywniejszą eksploatację. Stanowi południową część Górnośląskiego Zagłębia Węglowego. Geologicznie dzieli się na część ostrawską i karwińską. Ostatnie kopalnie w części ostrawskiej zostały zamknięte w połowie l




City of London, municipal corporation and borough, London, England. Sometimes called “the Square Mile,” it is one of the 33 boroughs that make up the large metropolis of Greater London.
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City of London | borough, London, United Kingdom | Britannica
borough, London, United Kingdom Alternate titles: The City, The Square Mile Print Cite Share More Give Feedback External Websites By The Editors of Encyclopaedia Britannica | View Edit History <span>City of London, municipal corporation and borough, London, England. Sometimes called “the Square Mile,” it is one of the 33 boroughs that make up the large metropolis of Greater London. The Strand and the south facade of the Royal Courts of Justice, London. The griffin-topped Temple Bar, which marks the boundary between Westminster and the City of London, was erected i




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When people are dying, what do they regret the most? Coming in at #4 is: “I wish I had stayed in touch with my friends.”

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at. But I doubt you know how very important they are. So let’s see just how critical friends can be — and the scientifically backed ways to get more of them in your life… Loneliness Is A Killer <span>When people are dying, what do they regret the most? Coming in at #4 is: “I wish I had stayed in touch with my friends.” And neglecting your friends can make those deathbed regrets come a lot sooner than you’d like. When I spoke to Carlin Flora, author of Friendfluence: The Surprising Ways Friends Make Us




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Julianne Holt-Lunstad did a meta-analysis of social support and health outcomes and found that not having enough friends or having a weak social circle is the same risk factor as smoking 15 cigarettes a day.
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ur friends can make those deathbed regrets come a lot sooner than you’d like. When I spoke to Carlin Flora, author of Friendfluence: The Surprising Ways Friends Make Us Who We Are, she told me: <span>Julianne Holt-Lunstad did a meta-analysis of social support and health outcomes and found that not having enough friends or having a weak social circle is the same risk factor as smoking 15 cigarettes a day. Maybe your grandparents lived to 100 and you take good care of yourself. You’re healthy. But if you want those years to be full of smiles, you need to invest in friendship. 70% of your




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Contrary to the belief that happiness is hard to explain, or that it depends on having great wealth, researchers have identified the core factors in a happy life. The primary components are number of friends, closeness of friends, closeness of family, and relationships with co-workers and neighbors. Together these features explain about 70 percent of personal happiness. – Murray and Peacock 1996
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. You’re healthy. But if you want those years to be full of smiles, you need to invest in friendship. 70% of your happiness comes from relationships. Via The 100 Simple Secrets of Happy People: <span>Contrary to the belief that happiness is hard to explain, or that it depends on having great wealth, researchers have identified the core factors in a happy life. The primary components are number of friends, closeness of friends, closeness of family, and relationships with co-workers and neighbors. Together these features explain about 70 percent of personal happiness. – Murray and Peacock 1996 The Grant Study at Harvard has followed a group of men for their entire lives. The guy who led the study for a few decades, George Vaillant, was asked, “What have you learned from the G




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Clicking with people is a lot less about you and a lot more about focusing on them. Don’t be interesting. Be interested. And what are the best ways to do that?

Listen, Seek Similarity, and Celebrate.

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kward. Maybe your friendship muscles have atrophied. Maybe you weren’t great at making friends in the first place. So what really makes people “click”? 2) Listen, Seek Similarity, and Celebrate <span>Clicking with people is a lot less about you and a lot more about focusing on them. Don’t be interesting. Be interested. And what are the best ways to do that? Listen, Seek Similarity, and Celebrate. Studies show being likable can be as easy as listening to people and asking them to tell you more. And mountains of research show similarity is critical. So when they mention something




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The surprising finding is that the closest, most intimate, and most trusting relationships appear to be distinguished not by how the partners respond to each other’s disappointments, losses, and reversals but how they react to good news.
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something you have in common, point it out. Finally, celebrate the positive. When someone talks about the good things in their life, be enthusiastic and encouraging. Via The Myths of Happiness: <span>The surprising finding is that the closest, most intimate, and most trusting relationships appear to be distinguished not by how the partners respond to each other’s disappointments, losses, and reversals but how they react to good news. (To learn more about how to be someone people love to talk to, click here.) Alright, your superconnectors are making introductions and you’re clicking. But how do you get close to these




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Open up a bit. Don’t go full TMI, but make yourself a little bit vulnerable. Nobody becomes besties by only discussing the weather.

Close friends are what leads to personal discussions. But personal discussions are also what leads to close friends.

Via Click: The Magic of Instant Connections:

Allowing yourself to be vulnerable helps the other person to trust you, precisely because you are putting yourself at emotional, psychological, or physical risk. Other people tend to react by being more open and vulnerable themselves. The fact that both of you are letting down your guard helps to lay the groundwork for a faster, closer personal connection.

Close friends have a good “if-then profile” of each other. Once you have an idea of “if” someone was in situation X, “then” they would display behavior Y, that means you’re really starting to understand them. And this leads to good friendships:

People who had more knowledge of their friend’s if-then profile of triggers had better relationships. They had less conflict with the friend and less frustration with the relationship.

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ple? We’ve all met people we thought were cool… but just didn’t know how to take it to the next level and go from acquaintance to friend. It’s simple, but not necessarily easy… 3) Be Vulnerable <span>Open up a bit. Don’t go full TMI, but make yourself a little bit vulnerable. Nobody becomes besties by only discussing the weather. Close friends are what leads to personal discussions. But personal discussions are also what leads to close friends. Via Click: The Magic of Instant Connections: Allowing yourself to be vulnerable helps the other person to trust you, precisely because you are putting yourself at emotional, psychological, or physical risk. Other people tend to react by being more open and vulnerable themselves. The fact that both of you are letting down your guard helps to lay the groundwork for a faster, closer personal connection. Close friends have a good “if-then profile” of each other. Once you have an idea of “if” someone was in situation X, “then” they would display behavior Y, that means you’re really starting to understand them. And this leads to good friendships: People who had more knowledge of their friend’s if-then profile of triggers had better relationships. They had less conflict with the friend and less frustration with the relationship. How many close friends do you need? If we go by the science, you want to aim for at least five. Via Finding Flow: The Psychology of Engagement with Everyday Life: National surveys find




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How many close friends do you need? If we go by the science, you want to aim for at least five.

Via Finding Flow: The Psychology of Engagement with Everyday Life:

National surveys find that when someone claims to have five or more friends with whom they can discuss important problems, they are 60 percent more likely to say that they are ‘very happy.’

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ndships: People who had more knowledge of their friend’s if-then profile of triggers had better relationships. They had less conflict with the friend and less frustration with the relationship. <span>How many close friends do you need? If we go by the science, you want to aim for at least five. Via Finding Flow: The Psychology of Engagement with Everyday Life: National surveys find that when someone claims to have five or more friends with whom they can discuss important problems, they are 60 percent more likely to say that they are ‘very happy.’ (To learn the lazy way to an awesome life, click here.) So you have new friends. Awesome. Now how do you not screw this up? 4) Don’t Be A Stranger First and foremost: make the time. Wha




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Daniel Hruschka reviewed studies on the causes of conflict in friendship and found that the most common friendship fights boil down to time commitments. Spending time with someone is a sure indicator that you value him; no one likes to feel undervalued.

You need to keep in touch. (Remember: not keeping in touch is how you got into this problem in the first place.)

If you want to stay close friends with someone, how often do you need to check in? Research says at least every two weeks.

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4) Don’t Be A Stranger First and foremost: make the time. What’s the most common thing friends fight about? Time commitments. Via Friendfluence: The Surprising Ways Friends Make Us Who We Are: <span>Daniel Hruschka reviewed studies on the causes of conflict in friendship and found that the most common friendship fights boil down to time commitments. Spending time with someone is a sure indicator that you value him; no one likes to feel undervalued. You need to keep in touch. (Remember: not keeping in touch is how you got into this problem in the first place.) If you want to stay close friends with someone, how often do you need to check in? Research says at least every two weeks. (To learn the four rituals neuroscience says will make you happy, click here.) So even if you need to set a reminder on your calendar, check in every two weeks. But, actually, there’s a




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The sociologist Ruut Veenhoven and his team have collected happiness data from ninety-one countries, representing two-thirds of the world’s population. He has concluded that Denmark is home to the happiest people in the world, with Switzerland close behind… Interestingly enough, one of the more detailed points of the research found that 92 percent of the people in Denmark are members of some sort of group, ranging from sports to cultural interests. To avoid loneliness, we must seek active social lives, maintain friendships, and enjoy stable relationships.

And what’s the best way to make sure you’re in a group? Start one. That makes it a lot easier to stay in touch and a lot easier to manage those big 5 friendships with 20% of the effort.

A weekly lunch. A monthly sewing circle. A quarterly movie night. Whatever works. Friends bring friends and suddenly it’s not so hard to meet cool new people. And who does everyone have to thank for this? You.

And make the effort to keep that group solid for everyone. Many studies show older people are happier. What’s one of the reasons? They prune the jerks out of their social circles:

Other studies have discovered that as people age, they seek out situations that will lift their moods — for instance, pruning social circles of friends or acquaintances who might bring them down.

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Hamlet was an exception.) Why are Danes so happy? One reason is that 92% of them are members of some kind of social group. Via Engineering Happiness: A New Approach for Building a Joyful Life: <span>The sociologist Ruut Veenhoven and his team have collected happiness data from ninety-one countries, representing two-thirds of the world’s population. He has concluded that Denmark is home to the happiest people in the world, with Switzerland close behind… Interestingly enough, one of the more detailed points of the research found that 92 percent of the people in Denmark are members of some sort of group, ranging from sports to cultural interests. To avoid loneliness, we must seek active social lives, maintain friendships, and enjoy stable relationships. And what’s the best way to make sure you’re in a group? Start one. That makes it a lot easier to stay in touch and a lot easier to manage those big 5 friendships with 20% of the effort. A weekly lunch. A monthly sewing circle. A quarterly movie night. Whatever works. Friends bring friends and suddenly it’s not so hard to meet cool new people. And who does everyone have to thank for this? You. And make the effort to keep that group solid for everyone. Many studies show older people are happier. What’s one of the reasons? They prune the jerks out of their social circles: Other studies have discovered that as people age, they seek out situations that will lift their moods — for instance, pruning social circles of friends or acquaintances who might bring them down. (To learn the 6 rituals ancient wisdom says will make you happy, click here.) Alright, popular kid, we’ve learned a lot. Let’s round it up and find out how to keep your new friendships




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Here’s how to make friends as an adult:

  • The new starts with the old: Touch base with old friends and leverage your superconnectors.
  • Listen, seek similarity and celebrate: Don’t be interesting. Be interested.
  • Be vulnerable: Open up a bit. Form an “if-then” profile.
  • Don’t be a stranger: Check in every two weeks, minimum.
  • Start a group: Things that are habits get done. So start a group habit.

What does Carlin Flora, author of Friendfluence, say is the number one tip for keeping friendships alive?

Reach out to your good friends and tell them how much they mean to you. It’s just not something we’re accustomed to doing. It’ll make you feel great, it’ll make them feel great and it will strengthen the bond between you. Be more giving to the friends you already have. People in romantic relationships always celebrate anniversaries, yet you might have a friend for 15 years and you’ve probably never gone out to dinner and raised a glass to that. We need to cherish our friendships more.

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ancient wisdom says will make you happy, click here.) Alright, popular kid, we’ve learned a lot. Let’s round it up and find out how to keep your new friendships alive over the long haul… Sum Up <span>Here’s how to make friends as an adult: The new starts with the old: Touch base with old friends and leverage your superconnectors. Listen, seek similarity and celebrate: Don’t be interesting. Be interested. Be vulnerable: Open up a bit. Form an “if-then” profile. Don’t be a stranger: Check in every two weeks, minimum. Start a group: Things that are habits get done. So start a group habit. What does Carlin Flora, author of Friendfluence, say is the number one tip for keeping friendships alive? Reach out to your good friends and tell them how much they mean to you. It’s just not something we’re accustomed to doing. It’ll make you feel great, it’ll make them feel great and it will strengthen the bond between you. Be more giving to the friends you already have. People in romantic relationships always celebrate anniversaries, yet you might have a friend for 15 years and you’ve probably never gone out to dinner and raised a glass to that. We need to cherish our friendships more. Okay, you’re done reading. Time to start doing. Reach out to a friend right now. Send them this post and let’em know you want to get together. Listen to what they’ve been up to. Celebra




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  • The new starts with the old: Touch base with old friends and leverage your superconnectors.
  • Listen, seek similarity and celebrate: Don’t be interesting. Be interested.
  • Be vulnerable: Open up a bit. Form an “if-then” profile.
  • Don’t be a stranger: Check in every two weeks, minimum.
  • Start a group: Things that are habits get done. So start a group habit.
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    click here.) Alright, popular kid, we’ve learned a lot. Let’s round it up and find out how to keep your new friendships alive over the long haul… Sum Up Here’s how to make friends as an adult: <span>The new starts with the old: Touch base with old friends and leverage your superconnectors. Listen, seek similarity and celebrate: Don’t be interesting. Be interested. Be vulnerable: Open up a bit. Form an “if-then” profile. Don’t be a stranger: Check in every two weeks, minimum. Start a group: Things that are habits get done. So start a group habit. What does Carlin Flora, author of Friendfluence, say is the number one tip for keeping friendships alive? Reach out to your good friends and tell them how much they mean to you. It’s ju