Man is using the animal products since time immemorial. Honey is one such animal product used by mankind since histories. The diverse qualities
of honey have been mentioned in the literature as well as by many eminent workers. Honey is obtained from the tiny, teeny weeny honey bees. Bees teach us the lesson of work, work and work with cooperation. It is fascinating to think that for only one pound of honey the bee travels about twice the distance of earth's circumference and pollinate twelve thousand flowers a day.
Use your Vikings to control air and keep up the harassment. Land behind the Zerg mineral patches to take out counter uav
. When ground units come take off and move to an expansion to do the same. When you establish map control, keep expanding and adding on Starports. Make two Armories as well to start upgrading your air weapons and armor.
After making a couple Banshees and doing some income harassment make another Starport (w/ Reactor) and start making a lot of Vikings. Once you have around 12 Vikings move out and start killing Zerg Overlords. If you see a Queen or 2 all alone, land your Vikings and take it out.
Hardline makes kill streak rewards require one less kill. For example, a counter uav
only needs 2 kills and a predator missile needs 4 kills. Hardline is great if you are a risky player that has a shorter life span.
It is truly amazing how far this science has come in the research of materials in the last decade. Not long ago, DARPA funded a project which would allow an earthbound Microwave station to power up an unmanned aerial systems space vehicle in orbit. This means that the space vehicle could be continually charged as needed, without ever needing fuel - the energy coming from the microwave. It would never have to land you see?
The U.S. economy came close to total collapse in 2008, and is still on life support provided by the most massive government rescue effort in history. Still worried more than a year after its Great Recession ended in June of last year, the U.S. government has just commenced another round of quantitative easing to try to lower interest rates even further, in an effort to make sure its economy doesn't double-dip back into recession.
Well, the Online Think Tank believes it can and we want the skateboards to fly, literally. If you want to see some awesome new concepts in skateparks. At the Online Think Tank, in the reading room is an E-Book on skateboarding of the future with some interesting topics along this line of thinking.