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A Samoan tattoo is something that the majority of people find to be interesting or funny. It is something unique to them as well as unique to the different cultures that they grew up in. As they grow older, they have more and more tattoos that they find interesting and will continue to have them. There are many different kinds of tattoos that you can find, and many different Samoan cultures that share the tattoos that you find.

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In a strange but wonderful thing, a New Zealander is attempting to save New Zealand from a series of earthquakes.

Andrew Kitching’s latest project involves using the earth’s magnetic fields to keep the country’s nuclear submarine on course at sea. If successful, the New Zealand Government plans to export the technology to China.

Kitching is an earthquake expert with an engineering background, and has published a lot of scientific research. He has also served as chief engineer for the submarine, which makes him quite adept at engineering – a skill he uses to his advantage.

He explains: “I’ve been an engineer my whole life and I’ve worked in a few nuclear power plants myself, but I’ve never really been into diving. We’ll give her to China and they’ll take her and run the ship as a boat, which is pretty cool.

“But if we do that, there’d be massive damage.”

But New Zealand has the best geological forces in the world, he says. “It’s like the strongest man could move an oar.” Kitching hopes that he will save the world from a possible seismic calamity, but first he must get close enough so that he can measure the magnetic field.

“I thought I was going to be an engineer. Then I found out that people are really smart and I’m not!” said Kitching. And he is definitely not.

The thing about New Zealand is, that its Magnetic Field is incredibly sensitive, and even a small amount of stress is capable of damaging or even damaging the country’s submarine. For that reason Kitching hopes to be able to “see the field” as he probes underneath.

Kitching will be looking for an underground fault which has been recorded over a dozen times, as well as looking for areas where seismic waves have been recorded in the past. It is hoped that he will be able to pinpoint the site where the earthquake will occur, if there are other events in that area.

The cost of the project