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What is the Multiate Paradisaic™ Platform? 
A “bundling” together of existing Open Source products and open standards to create a “platform” that provides the best Web 2.0/Social-network features. What is the difference? Do it with security as a major core component….i.e. support for secure rich media (digital images, videos, audio, etc) information sharing implemented on these 10+ core concepts:

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Cornell professor unlocks mysteries of paintings
NWI Times - 11/19/2014
Notes from a previous dealer or collector are seen on the back of the Rembrandt etching,The Small Lion Hunt (with Two Lions), ca. 1641, at the Herbert F. Johnson Museum of Art at Cornell University, in
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N1.1 Billion Subsidy Scam - Company...
AllAfrica.com - 11/16/2014
By Temidayo Akinsuyi Lagos — Yayah Zon Kassim, a witness in the ongoing N1.1 billion fuel subsidy fraud against oil marketer, Opeyemi Ajuwah, on Friday told a Lagos High Court, Ikeja, that a staff of
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N1.1 Billion Subsidy Scam - Company Signed Empty Tank Certificate, Witness Admits
Individual.com - 11/16/2014
Yayah Zon Kassim, a witness in the ongoing N1.1 billion fuel subsidy fraud against oil marketer, Opeyemi Ajuwah, on Friday told a Lagos High Court, Ikeja, that a staff of his company signed the empty
Nigeria N1.1 Billion Subsidy Scam - Company Signed Empty Tank Certificate Witness Big News Network
N1.1bn subsidy scam: Company signed empty tank certificate, witness admits Nigeria Daily Independent
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N1.1bn subsidy fraud: Witness reveals fresh details
Nigerian Tribune - 11/15/2014
A witness in the ongoing N1.1 billion subsidy fraud trial against an oil marketer, Opeyemi Ajuwah, on Friday, told a Lagos high court in Ikeja, that a staff member of his company signed the Empty Tank
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