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Le prix Nobel de chimie a été décerné à l'Austro-Américain Martin Karplus, l'Américano-Britannique Michael Levitt et l'Israélo-Américain Arieh Warshel, spécialistes de la modélisation des réactions chimiques.

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Exploring the back streets of China at night

Every alley and street is full of new sights and sounds.  Here's a little HDR Tip, if you wanna...  it's a little complex, but kind of handy.  So, what I do is take a series of brackets at 100 ISO.  That keeps everything nice and clean for processing.  But, things like those red lanterns are a'swingin' around.  So, I take another series at a very high ISO and low Aperture so they are nice and stable.  Then, I mask them into the final photo... and I smooth out the transition so it is gradual...   #HDR   #HolyKaw  
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Love Gandys Flip Flops philanthropic business model. The most admirable form of entrepreneurship has the motivation to make business a force for good http://virg.in/gff
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Tagging sailfish & sharks off Mexico to protect their long-term future http://virg.in/DXEHF
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For the past 6 years, a German shepherd called Capitán has slept next to the grave of his owner every night at 6pm.
His owner, Miguel Guzmán died in 2006. Capitán, the dog, disappeared while the family attended the funeral services. A week later reatives of Guzmán were visiting the cemetery when they were astounded to find the dog next to the owner's grave.
The cemetery director says that the dog comes around each night at 6pm, and has done so for the past 6 years!

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Who lost a giant eyeball?
This softball-sized eyeball was found on a beach in Florida recently. It's mystifying wildlife officials, who have yet to determine which species of sea creature it belonged to.

"Some have suggested that the eye came from a monster fish, a giant squid or even a whale," +NBC News+Alan Boyle explains. But wildlife officials told Boyle that they are leaning toward a different scenario: "The primary suspect right now is that it would be a large fish."

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http://cosmiclog.nbcnews.com/_news/2012/10/11/14374921-giant-eyeball-found-on-beach-posing-mystery-for-marine-biologists?chromedomain=photoblog&lite

Photo by Carli Segelson/Fla. FWCC via AP.
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