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MRW My crush finally looks at me ; )
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No words needed. LOL
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Is this true? : )
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WHAHAHAHAHA!! Oh my WORD I was feeling so crappy and now I read this. Thank you so much!! I'm laughing my head off!
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Book: River, you don't ... fix the Bible
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Agreed. However I was talking about the Bible.
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Conservative voter's existential crisis
Thanks Quantum Leap!
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Oh boy...
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Water droplets vaporized by world's most powerful X-ray laser

The SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory's Linac Coherent Light Source (LCLS) is the world's most powerful X-ray laser. The two-mile-long linear accelerator is used to produce ultrafast pulses of light (30 femtoseconds) in order to take stop-motion pictures of atoms and molecules in motion. The laser's wavelength (0.151nm) is comparable to that of an atom, which provides extremely high resolution imaging capabilities. Here, a pulse of the X-ray laser can be seen vaporizing 40µm droplets of water. Because of the speed of the interaction, imagery is captured in stop-motion over many repeated experiments and combined to produce a video. A secondary, time-delayed pulsed laser is used to illuminated the scene following the primary X-ray laser interaction.

Source: https://youtu.be/v5bH01qNN0Y PhysOrg

Article: http://phys.org/news/2016-05-movies-droplets-blown-x-ray-laser.html Nature

Physics publication: http://www.nature.com/nphys/journal/vaop/ncurrent/full/nphys3779.html

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Google's Art Camera

The camera images with sonar and laser which is then stitched together to give you a glorious gigapixels image. See famous fine art close up without being told off by security guards!

https://www.google.com/culturalinstitute/project/art-camera

#googleartcamera #art #technology  
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Wow. That's detail.
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A time-lapse movie, here gif of Neptune's dynamic atmosphere and satellite orbits was assembled by combining images taken over a 15-hour period by the Hubble Space Telescope's Advanced Camera for Surveys #astrophotography  
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Chameleon chemical reaction where the various oxidation states of Manganese - in Potassium Manganate(VII) - culminate in sequence to produce several vivid colors.
Source: https://youtu.be/kKlXe2mrnHQ
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Awesome
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Kaywinnet Lee Kaylee Frye
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Kaylee was my favorite character. 
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Space Glass

Japanese glass artist Satoshi Tomizu manages to create wondrous cosmic scenes by encasing the universe in orbs of glass that are no larger than the human eye. His pendants are known as Space Glass. Each of them is unique and has breathtaking detail. It’s like a mesmerizing microcosm that can be held in the palm of your hand. These miniature spheres are made of opals, specks of real gold, and swirls of colored glass that spin and burst into constellations of the universe

Tomizu captures these spheres as a close up, reminiscent of the Men In Black film scene of the jewelry piece worn on the cat's collar. Each bauble is blown with a durable glass loop allowing one to wear their personal space-scape around their neck if they wish.

His work has earned him an Atelier Nova Design Award and has also been exhibited in Handmade in Japan Festival.

Gallery: http://www.plusalpha-glass.com/gallery.html

#glassart   #SatoshiTomizu   #spacescape  
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