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Tristan Bayer
Filmmaker, photographer, change agent.
Filmmaker, photographer, change agent.
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If you #watch anything this life it might as well be this: #HistoryoftheEntireWorld, I guess. A bit of #perspective.
The most compressed hilarious, entertaining and (somewhat) complete history of the Universe and the world you'll have seen

If you don't watch anything else today, watch this, completely hilarious and worth it (Note: Some explicit language so it might be NSFW)

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xuCn8ux2gbs
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Adventurers: This website uploaded 1500 free hires National Park Maps for your to view, save and download. Explore!
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Hidden beach with someone's secret trash stash. Camila cleaned it up. :(

#packitout #beachcleanup #oceanpollution
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#sandfire over Shadow Hills
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Deadly  #selfie  photos rise above number of fatal #shark mistakes this year 12 to 8.  Fear the selfie-stick, not sharks.  Over 100 million sharks are killed each year threatening extinction and ocean health.   #savesharks   #finfree  www.finfree.org to do more for sharks
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Join me in contributing to #TechforTusks   a next level campaign to stop illegal #elephantpoaching  by optimizing a network of drones and other surveillance systems in Tsavo, Kenya and help #savetheelephants  with +ShadowView Foundation and +Laurens de Groot 
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Towards peace on Earth.   #grateful   #memorialday   #worldpeace  
Today we remember and honor the brave men and women who made the ultimate sacrifice in service to our country. #MemorialDay
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Martian landing site   #journeytomars  
Ares 3 Landing Site: The Martian Revisited
Image Credit: HiRISE, MRO, LPL (U. Arizona), +NASA
http://apod.nasa.gov/apod/ap150516.html

This close-up from the Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter's HiRISE camera shows weathered craters and windblown deposits in southern Acidalia Planitia. A striking shade of blue in standard HiRISE image colors, to the human eye the area would probably look grey or a little reddish. But human eyes have not gazed across this terrain, unless you count the eyes of NASA astronauts in the scifi novel The Martian by Andy Weir. The novel chronicles the adventures of Mark Watney, an astronaut stranded at the fictional Mars mission Ares 3 landing site corresponding to the coordinates of this cropped HiRISE frame. For scale Watney's 6-meter-diameter habitat at the site would be about 1/10th the diameter of the large crater. Of course, the Ares 3 landing coordinates are only about 800 kilometers north of the (real life) Carl Sagan Memorial Station, the 1997 Pathfinder landing site.
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The first fully-warm blooded fish accidentally discovered.  What? 
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