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Young astrobiologist seeks alien encounters of the weirdest kind
Young astrobiologist seeks alien encounters of the weirdest kind

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Carbon Based Lifeforms Live at Ozora Festival 2017
Here's something blissful for your daily flow. A couple hours of Carbon Based Lifeforms , playing at the Ozora Festival last year in Hungary. I can't embed the video, so you'll have to scurry over to Youtube to watch it. But it'll be worth it. Trust me... I...
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Data & Picard by Pogo
Ah, some days I wake upon this world and find myself in a funk of uncertainty and overcome with the unrelenting bafflement of a society full of trite opinions and intellectually simple considerations of mostly insignificant things. But, then, there are days...
Data & Picard by Pogo
Data & Picard by Pogo
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A Sandworm Size Chart!
Now this is just too cool! I've been re-reading the Dune series again, so I suppose I've had sandworms on the brain lately. Admittedly, this "size chart" isn't even remotely to scale (that Dune sandworm would be a very small individual), but it's still pret...
A Sandworm Size Chart!
A Sandworm Size Chart!
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Looking Back Upon Me
I looked into the eye of the divine,     Driven. That flaming jewel in the depths of the cosmos, Set amid a blanket of starry darkness,    Vast and beautiful. I looked out to see where I fit, And found the universe looking back upon me.
Looking Back Upon Me
Looking Back Upon Me
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#ToExploreIsHuman
#ToExploreIsHuman
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The blue lines in this image are parallel!
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Mojave Crater, Mars
Within the Xanthe Terra region of Mars lies an impact crater known as Mojave (named after the town and desert in California!). The beautiful video below was put together by  Seán Doran and shows a virtual flyover of Mojave Crater based on data from the HiRI...
Mojave Crater, Mars
Mojave Crater, Mars
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The Stars Overhead
I love stargazing. Using telescopes and binocs to look at the stars is great, but something about looking at the stars at night with your own eyes is just magical. It reconnects us with ancient people, who knew the heavens above so very well, even if we hav...
The Stars Overhead
The Stars Overhead
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Humanity, Technology, and an "Einstein Quote" that Einstein Never Said.
From the film Powder (1995). #film #movie #quote #powder #jeffgoldblum #seanpatrickflanery #EinsteinNeverSaidThat #humanity #technology #spirituality #lightning A post shared by Graham Lau (@cosmobiologist) on Nov 17, 2017 at 6:18pm PST I was recently think...
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Und Here Ve See zee Illusive Anglerfish!
Anglerfish are some of the most bizarre creatures on our planet. They sport the well-known fleshy lures, dangling from the front of their bodies to entice prey organisms to come in close for a better look (and, then, only to get chomped on). Their bodies te...
Und Here Ve See zee Illusive Anglerfish!
Und Here Ve See zee Illusive Anglerfish!
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