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Kateryna Artyushkova
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Poor stupid ants.. run in circles till they die
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+Brian Paone at least most of us don't die at work 
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Must see if you haven't )
The well-known Nobel Prize winning physicist, Richard Feynman, is enquired how magnets work. As an answer, you might assume him to maybe talk about the magnetic field or Maxwell’s equations … but nope … instead what he does is to disclose something pretty remarkable that cuts straight to the heart of what is being asked and how significant any answer might or might not be … for a “why” question. Why would he be asked this exact question? Well ess...
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Perhapse people are amaized by feynmen simply because they can't imagine doing what he did, thinking their own thoughts, and saying what they actually think.
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Awesome!
«No one could imagine that behind Newton’s large eyes and frail appearance hid one of the most prodigious brains in the world."
«He had the body of an athlete and the face of a movie star. But Oliver Sacks chose science over glamour.»
"A devout husband and father, Darwin balanced his family duties with the study of the specimens he brought from his travels."
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So sad. 
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Grimes, too, knows that “it is highly unlikely” that his equation would change the viewpoint of most conspiracy believers.
"For a conspiracy of even a few thousand actors, intrinsic failure would arise within decades. For hundreds of thousands, such failure would be assured within less than half a decade."
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Interesting reading.  I'd heard about these findings.

Re the photo.  I'd have less issue if it was only her child.  She does not have to the right to endanger my child.
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Periodic table showing the cosmogenic origin of each element.

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Periodic table showing the cosmogenic origin of each element. Via APOD Original source: Wikimedia Commons (Nucleosynthesis periodic table)
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...warmth, or trustworthiness, is the most important factor in how people evaluate you
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Cool picture - all I see is a floating head with arms.
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Elastic spheres demonstrate superior water-skipping ability, but little is known about the effect of large material compliance on water impact physics
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I can not tell you how often I've needed "superior water-skipping ability".
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Dr. Dain L. Tasker, an early 20th century radiologist, was attracted to a different feature of the blooms—their anatomy. Using X-ray film to highlight the soft layering of petals and leaves, Tasker produced ghostly images devoid of color, each image appearing more like an ink drawing than photograph.
When selecting flowers we are often first attracted to their vibrant colors, eager to choose a bright orange lily or deep red rose. Dr. Dain L. Tasker, an early 20th century radiologist, was attracted to a different feature of the blooms—their anatomy. Using X-ray film to highlight the soft laye
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This table takes a look at some of the different names that have been suggested or used in the past for various elements. Read about the origins and the reasons for their rejection.
Extremium, catium, cyclonium and pandemonium: elements that you won’t find in the periodic table in classrooms and laboratories. However, they’re all names that have been suggested but rejected for elements in years gone by. This table takes a look at some of the different names that have been suggested or used in the
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Jaw-dropping HD time-lapse of a day-in-the-life of Earth
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Now I will do it for sure
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+Tom Nathe All my sheep are imaginary. i sheep. 2i sheep. 3i sheep... 
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research professor
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    research professor, present
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Albuquerque, NM
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Kiev, Ukraine - Kent, OH
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Analytical chemists by training... god knows who by experience. Research professor at Chem & Nucl Eng department at UNM. Doing material characterization and statistical data analysis for energy technologies, fuel cells, electrocatalysts, biocatalysis, etc...

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2 miracle kids, beautiful husband,originally from Ukraine, in love with numbers
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  • Kent State University
    Chemistry, 1997 - 2001
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Katya