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C.S. Taylor, Jr.
Attended A.D. Harris High School
Lives in Callaway, Florida
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Kinda funny, I can't stand putting my fingers together like that.  I can feel one finger is on top of the other or vice versa and the unbalanced feeling drives me insane.
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I just found your site about the fractal/blackhole/universe claim.  Interesting as I was looking up mandelbrot resources because of something that seems to relate led me in that direction.  It's all quite interesting..
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Sure, this fountain pen costs $48,000, but the hilarious reviews from the customers will make your day. http://ohmyyy.gt/NQegSb
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So...so wrong. o.O
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yay :D
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Astronomers say that magnetic storms in the gas orbiting young stars may explain a mystery that has persisted since before 2006. Researchers using NASA's Spitzer Space Telescope to study developing stars have had a hard time figuring out why the stars give off more infrared light than expected. The planet-forming disks that circle the young stars are heated by starlight and glow with infrared light, but Spitzer detected additional infrared light coming from an unknown source. A new theory, based on three-dimensional models of planet-forming disks, suggests the answer: Gas and dust suspended above the disks on gigantic magnetic loops like those seen on the sun absorb the starlight and glow with infrared light.

Magnetic loops carry gas and dust above disks of planet-forming material circling stars, as shown in this artist's conception. These loops give off extra heat, which Spitzer detects as infrared light. The colors in this illustration show what an alien observer with eyes sensitive to both visible light and infrared wavelengths might see.

Image credit: NASA/JPL-Caltech

#nasa #planet #stars #spitzer #telescope #space #science


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+Wai H. Tsang I'm only about halfway through this video, but it's kinda blowing my mind that what you are talking about is related to software I got an idea for and have been sort of playing with the design of 14 years ago.  The stack analogy and analyzing our recursive thinking part.
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+ProfRobBob "...another name for that non-transverse axis", I was thinking you meant the conjunct axis, but I think you are referring to what you have labeled as "Latus rectum".  I think latus rectum must be it's name in the context of a parabola, as that length in more general terms is a focal chord (the 4p).
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Thank you:)  I don't know why I could not think of that while filming!?
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How to pimp your keyboard with LEGOs.
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I don't know when this came about...but it's the only thing I've ever wanted. o.o
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I'm trying to get a beta key for this game.  Random people feel free to visit this link to help me out.  I need 7 more.  Much appreciated.
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Learn how brains process information, including the differences between the fast and slow thinking. The video even includes some quick exercises to test your brain.
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  • A.D. Harris High School
    1995
  • Gulf Coast State College
    Computer Science, 2012 - present
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I live between Venus and Mars.
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I go by Steve.
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2 kids(my hearts), going to college for Computer Science, not sure if I'm gonna stick to software development or go for web development, married(not sure everyone would consider that something to brag about but I love her very much)
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