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Surely I HAVE NEVER SEEN such kind of amazingly adorable performance before!! Victor Borge you are legend!!
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Wish I could play piano like this!!
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Originally tweeted by Tim Minchin ‏@timminchin- Bit of quantum physics via @IFLScience pic.twitter.com/ms9kTYhAaK
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Vietnamese woman crosses the street with a heavy load of fruit and veg in Hanoi, Vietnam - Southeast Asia.

#Vietnam   #Hanoi   #SoutheastAsia   #TravelPhotography   #Vietnamese   #DrewHopper   #Photojournalism  

www.drewhopperphotography.com
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You are beyond the beauty !
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what's wrong with nuclear?

natural gas burning is on the rise, and clean nuclear energy is on the decline. well, gas/coal propaganda worked. let's keep on releasing CO2. 

i never will understand this fear of nuclear. even the outdated plants in japan that got beat on by tsunamis and earthquakes simultaneously never caused as much harm and health problems as oil-spills, gas explosions, coal poisoning, coal-mine collapses, or wood-burning. even if you include Chernobil in the count of nuclear harm, nuclear has still not reached the level of harm per unit of energy close to that of oil/coal/gas/wood burning.

any time you burn something, you release CO2. every child knows the solution: e=mc^2. bits of mass can be converted to lots of energy. and yet there is this nuclear fear-mongering, probably initiated by coal and oil companies, that prevents us from stopping global warming. 

i'm sure we'd prefer to stick with wind/solar, but that's not what nuclear replaces. wind/solar accounts for about 3.6% of U.S. energy consumption [1]. even if we were to make some crazy effort to double it in the next ten years, it would still account for less than 7% of current consumption, and consumption is only growing (ideally we'd reduce our energy consumption 20-fold, but this is an unrealistic wish so far).

again, wind/solar is not what nuclear replaces -- it replaces coal/oil/gas burning. it is a clean alternative, releasing no CO2. today's nuclear power-plant engineering and waste disposal methods are much safer than coal/oil/gas production ever was, is, or could be.

what bothers me most is that environmentalists have bought into anti-nuclear campaign, whereas they should be the loudest proponents of this CO2-free energy source.

[1] http://www.eia.gov/tools/faqs/faq.cfm?id=427&t=3
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You made me laugh a lot!! I love your expression, really cool :x
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Panda helping a friend climb through the snow. Amazing !

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The Millennium Simulation Project

The Millennium Run used more than 10 billion particles to trace the evolution of the matter distribution in a cubic region of the Universe over 2 billion light-years on a side. It kept busy the principal supercomputer at the Max Planck Society's Supercomputing Centre in Garching, Germany for more than a month. By applying sophisticated modelling techniques to the 25 Tbytes of stored output, Virgo scientists have been able to recreate evolutionary histories both for the 20 million or so galaxies which populate this enormous volume and for the supermassive black holes which occasionally power quasars at their hearts. By comparing such simulated data to large observational surveys, one can clarify the physical processes underlying the buildup of real galaxies and black holes.

http://www.mpa-garching.mpg.de/galform/virgo/millennium/
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Bản nhạc gốc này tên gì vậy (hình như của richard clayderman?)
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[Supercooled Water]

Water normally freezes at 273.15 K (0 °C or 32 °F) however it can also be "supercooled" at standard pressure down to its crystal homogeneous nucleation at almost 224.8 K (−48.3 °C/−55 °F).

The process of supercooling requires that water be pure and free of nucleation sites, but the cooling itself does not require any specialized technique.

At this state, it will remain liquid until it is disturbed. When it is agitated, the liquid 'freezes' and crystalizes to form ice. It may seem counter intuitive, but in the image the supercooled water is actually incurring an exothermic reaction — the liquid itself is rapidly warming to form ice.
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#water #supercooling #phasesofmatter #matter  
Do-It Yourself instructions for supercooled water: http://goo.gl/qOo8Nl 
'Icy Finger of Death'http://youtu.be/r4cX2EPt2zE
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