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Hey man thanks for suggesting Sword art online. I started watching it and I'm about halfway through season 1 Haha. It's good! I will check out the one u recommended this time. I also have been playing the Majora's Mask remake on my 3ds, definitely one of the best games ever man!! Glad to know other people played it growing up Haha. And the music is great in it. 
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i am happy you liked SAO , it is a very good anime isn't !
majora´s mask is awesome! 
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NASA's Kepler telescope is still discovering new, distant exoplanets in our corner of the Milky Way, but oftentimes they're hard to visualise and easily
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Hubble image of NGC 2174                                                                                                                                                                                                                   Name: NGC 2174
Type: • Milky Way : Nebula : Appearance : Emission : H II Region
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Distance: 6500 light years
Constellation: Orion
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NASA, ESA                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      https://plus.google.com/101905948676786607277/posts/gvenrwmTMGt
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Hypnotic Ink Physics in 4K Slow Motion - The Slow…: http://youtu.be/gzkB574jivA
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Get out of the city at night – and you could discover a whole new world... http://ow.ly/JGMag
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Like something out of a fairytale... this little girl feeds crows and they bring her gifts. http://buff.ly/1awQCNO

Photo: The Bittersweet Life
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Fact of the day: 70% of the world’s carbon emissions comes from cities! The Earth Hour City Challenge recognises cities striving to turn these numbers around. Go to www.welovecities.org and vote for the city that YOU think should be crowned the global Earth Hour Capital for 2015!
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Dirt! The Movie is an astonishing, humorous and substantial look at the glorious and unappreciated ground beneath our feet. Dirt! reveals how repairing our relationship with d...
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Sahara desert winds blow dust around the earth in filaments having electric currents (obviously true but unstated) The dust is not neutral but is electrically charged in the atmosphere. Cosmic dust filaments are also attracted to electric currents in outer space, so the gravity theory by supernova turbulence and winds is disproved in earth's atmosphere by electricity attracting gas and dust.
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Original Work "A Sea of Sand and Stars"

The Pinnacles at Nambung National Park in Western Australia provides a fantastic spot for photographs.  The rocks in the foreground provide an almost alien landscape under the white glow of the milky way. The Eta Carina nebula is the barely visible pink flower like smudge in the center, along with the dark shape of the Coal Sack dark nebula, and to the right is the ball shape of the Large Magellanic Cloud.  At the very top you can see the constellation of Orion.

The image is a stitch of four  exposures, taken one after the other.  The first was a focused on the pinnacle in the foreground, and the others were at a different exposure time / ISO spanning around 100 degree vertical.

Enjoy, Will.

For those interested in the image detail, read as follows:

DATE / TIME: 2015-02-21
LOCATION: Nambung National Park, Australia
SCOPE: Samyang 17mm F2.8
OPTICAL ATTACHMENTS: None
MOUNT: tracking mount head on standard tripod
CAMERA: EOS6D unmodded
EXPOSURE: ISO1600 @ 30sec (foreground), and 4 x ISO12800 @ 30sec (background)
PROCESSING: Exposures combined and processed in Photoshop

#nightphotography   #night   #stars   #milkyway   #astrophotography   #orion   #nebula   #pinnacles   #australia   #longexposure   #canon   #landscape   #desert  
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Scientists have found a black hole 12 billion times more massive than the Sun that was formed so soon after the Big Bang it's challenging what we know about black holes.
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I disbelieve in all black hole theories being true, if this early universe quasar black hole is 2,400 bigger than our galaxy. It only takes one phony and impossible sized black hole to destroy the big bang theory.
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Just funny or a real problem? #Trimming #Pruning

Don't forget to install our game : "Skills Quiz" : http://goo.gl/UPSugs
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    Life and Health Scince, present
  • Wright State University
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I love to learn about and discover new things and people, I am very open-minded and love to talk, sometimes...A curious mind is a healthy one.Nature is amazing and we should all respect that.
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