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A guest post I wrote on my wife's sister's fitness blog. Share with anyone at least half as crazy as me, if you like.
Well...there aren't any...that I know of at least. I have been SUPER stoked to get this guest post out! Seven months ago my sister and brother-in-law (Doug and Steph) chose to follow a 100% whole f...
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A perfect lion !
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That last line was great
The Taliban hates kites
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Best LDS hymns app. Searchable by title, listed alphabetically or numerically. Full music shown and zoom-able.
View each of the hymns with the notes! The main page has a search feature t...
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Lol i tend to be kinda low key member for the most part. 
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Part 2 of my guest-post
Hey Super Stars! It's Friday!!! Hope you have some awesome plans for this weekend! We are continuing on Doug's guest post yesterday about a whole foods plant based. Let's get started! Click here fo...
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I guess dogs really do smile!
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Everywhere we've landed

Here's an awesome infographic that shows off every place we've sent spacecraft to land, including 67P. Can you find your home? Hint... it's the blue one.

http://www.universetoday.com/116274/comet-landing-side-by-side-pics-of-all-alien-surfaces-humanity-explored/
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100 Planetary Nebulae

Check out this cool composite image from Judy Schmidt which contains 100 planetary nebulae. Judy was inspired by similar posts of insects, so she created this based on Hubble and other telescope data. They're all in their relative apparent sizes and orientation.

How many can you recognize?

You can see more info about the image here:
https://www.flickr.com/photos/geckzilla/15030785411/in/photostream/ 
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Fall harvest is the best. Plants are producing at their peak and the snails can't even attempt to keep up.
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I really want to see this get fully funded. It's already been shown to work, they just want to improve the design. Watch the video if you're not familiar with David Eagleman's work.

https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/324375300/vest-a-sensory-substitution-neuroscience-project
Help our neuroscientific project to expand human perception. We're making a wearable device to let brains take in new data streams.
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