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Jeffrey DeGlopper
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Passionately committed to improving science education for all students.
Passionately committed to improving science education for all students.

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Sunspot Group 2396 and Solar Prominence
Our Sun in H-Alpha filter on Aug 4th, 2015. This is a two panel composite showing Active Region 2396 (lower right) and a hedgerow prominence (left side of solar disc). Lunt LS152, PGR Flea3 mono camera, with a TeleVue 2.5x Barlow.

Credit: Paul Andrew
Date: August 6, 2015

#Space #Astronomy #Science #Sun #Sunspot #AR2396 #Prominence #Solar #Astrophotography #Art #SolarSystem
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Awesome.
A Lego-Friendly Prosthetic Arm Lets Kids Build Their Own Attachments

A new mindset from what current prosthetics are. Missing a limb shouldn't be a disability for a kid when you have the opportunity to explore and augment their potential by creating, playing and learning.

The needs of a kid in disability are not always related to physical activity but often alternatively the social and psychological aspect; sometimes a functional element is everything they need, but some other times it might be a spaceship, or a doll house, or a telescope, or a video game controller, or a swim fin...

What if kids could use their imagination to create their own prosthetics, their own tools according to their own needs? Learning. Creating. Being kids.

#prosthetics   #lego   #creative   #science   #disabilities  
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8-bit awesomeness!
Star Wars EP IV - 8 Bits
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Mmm... Pudding...

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Enjoy!
Doctor Who remix in 8-bit synthesizer!  

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Looks good to go!

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This is amazing!
Caltech and The Feynman Lectures Website are pleased to present this online edition of The Feynman Lectures on Physics. Now, anyone with internet access and a web browser can enjoy reading a high-quality up-to-date copy of Feynman's legendary lectures. This edition has been designed for ease of reading on devices of any size or shape; text, figures and equations can all be zoomed without degradation.

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I am loving this... and losing a whole lot of my Sunday morning.
This flash-based, text-based, old-school D&D dungeon crawler is eating up way too much of my time! Love it!
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