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Craig Hibbert
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Beautiful.
A beautiful frosty start to the New Year from Callanish this morning.
Happy New Year!
#happynewyear #callanish #isleoflewis #Scotland #sunrise
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I'm disproportionately excited about VR.
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Just because you're the baddy doesn't mean you can skip escaping your inputs! Bad spambot coder!
When a spambot meets Little Bobby Tables.

h/t +James Cheng
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Pesky philanthropists.
"Strong people don't put others down. They lift them up."

--Darth Vader, Philanthropist
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If only.
A mansion at sea! Who would be first down the slide? #Maldives #Luxury
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Something reminded me recently of this great message from Penn and Teller.
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Worth a read.
Very very good point about antidepressants versus glasses.
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That looks like a tunnel with fire at the other end. I'm struggling to see it as a feature of space ☺️
The Perseus Cluster Waves
Image Credit: +NASA, CXC, GSFC, Stephen Walker, et al.
https://apod.nasa.gov/apod/ap170504.html

The cosmic swirl and slosh of giant waves in an enormous reservoir of glowing hot gas are traced in this enhanced X-ray image from the Chandra Observatory. The frame spans over 1 million light-years across the center of the nearby Perseus Galaxy Cluster, some 240 million light-years distant. Like other clusters of galaxies, most of the observable mass in the Perseus cluster is in the form of the cluster-filling gas. With temperatures in the tens of millions of degrees, the gas glows brightly in X-rays. Computer simulations can reproduce details of the structures sloshing through the Perseus cluster's X-ray hot gas, including the remarkable concave bay seen below and left of center. About 200,000 light-years across, twice the size of the Milky Way, the bay's formation indicates that Perseus itself was likely grazed by a smaller galaxy cluster billions of years ago.
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