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American Louver And Vent Company
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We manufacture gable vents in any shape, size and color!
We manufacture gable vents in any shape, size and color!

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Micro view of record stylus on the grooves of an LP 
Image taken with electron microscope! 
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I liked this pic when I saw it.
Birds perched on a branch during a spring snowstorm in Pembroke, N.Y.!

#birds #birdsphotography #naturephotography #birdsgallery #birdsforall  
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Great Pic!
The Burning Bush under the Milky Way... :) 
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I watched it on the Discovery Channel but this footage is incredible!
The full story of Red Bull Stratos

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  #dog #swimming

I'm not sure but that's probably how I look when I swim!
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This is why you are supposed to stop when the whistle is blown.

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Yes it does.
Moving a Highway Barrier for Rush Hour Traffic

looks like a dangerous job indeed, eh?
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Absolutely!
Me when I leave the office on a Friday :) 
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Been watching this barn near my house for a couple years.
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Try out this interactive scale. It can be mind boggling.
The Scale of the Universe - Interactive
Flash Animation Credit & Copyright: Cary & Michael Huang
http://apod.nasa.gov/apod/ap140112.html

What does the universe look like on small scales? On large scales? Humanity is discovering that the universe is a very different place on every proportion that has been explored. For example, so far as we know, every tiny proton is exactly the same, but every huge galaxy is different. On more familiar scales, a small glass table top to a human is a vast plane of strange smoothness to a dust mite -- possibly speckled with cell boulders. Not all scale lengths are well explored -- what happens to the smallest mist droplets you sneeze, for example, is a topic of active research -- and possibly useful to know to help stop the spread of disease. The above interactive flash animation, a modern version of the classic video Powers of Ten, is a new window to many of the known scales of our universe. By moving the scroll bar across the bottom, you can explore a diversity of sizes, while clicking on different items will bring up descriptive information.
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