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Curious how many people use WolframAlpha...

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I play with it at times. Fun stuff. 
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Hoping our blueberry bushes survived the winter. We had them in large pots, so the root balls certainly froze solid. Got a bad feeling we may need to buy new ones.
Commercial. Home Gardening: Everyone loves blueberries! We have been asked many times how you can grow your own blueberries to enjoy this sweet treat during the summer months! Your best resource for horticultural information in your area is the Cooperative Extension Service or County Agent.
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Give them a bit. I tossed out some hibiscus one time and they sprouted in the reject pile and then died from lack of water before I even knew it. 
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Good news from the eye doctor today!
I scored 20/70 on the Snellen eye chart test (with optical correction). What makes that good news is that I scored 20/2,200 previously (also with correction), and 2,200 is considered legally blind. I have optic nerve damage from glaucoma and the optic nerve is not known to regenerate normally. I've been taking a high-potency vitamin B12 supplement (5,000 mcg) which I think has helped. Low B12 can cause optic neuropathy. I've also experimented a bit with 660nm light stimulation, but that likely had little or no effect.
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Good for you Paul! That's fantastic news. 
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Cock blocking done right!
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Saved up and bought my first telescope, with a Sun filter, in the early '70s. This was my "thing" back then. :-)
 
The 315-Year-Old Science Experiment: How counting sunspots unites the past and future of science. http://nautil.us/issue/22/slow/the-315_year_old-science-experiment 
The most arrogant astronomer in Switzerland in the mid-20th century was a solar physicist named Max Waldmeier. Colleagues were so…
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Still a lot to learn about the Sun, and how it affects the Earth.
At any given moment, our sun emits a range of light waves far more expansive than what our eyes alone can see: from visible light to extreme ultraviolet to soft and hard X-rays. In 2012 and 2013, a detector was launched on a sounding rocket for a 15 minute trip to look at a range of sunlight previously not well-observed: soft X-rays.
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"The NOvA experiment is designed to answer three fundamental questions in neutrino physics:"
1. Can we observe the oscillation of muon neutrinos to electron neutrinos?
2. What is the ordering of the neutrino masses?
3. What is the symmetry between matter and antimatter?

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Holy particles, Batman! Now you can watch live events in the NOvA detectors!
The Far Detector at Ash River. NOvA FD Live Event Image. The event display from the NOvA Far Detector. This image is live data (refreshes every 15 seconds, unless the detector's not taking data for some reason). The top large rectangle is the view from above, the bottom the view from the side: ...
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+Måns Rullgård Of course, it goes without saying.
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Just a guy trying to understand the Universe like everyone else and having some fun along the way.
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