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Jerad Benge
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Rethinking the "Why?" chromosome.
Rethinking the "Why?" chromosome.

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My past is not a memory. It's a force at my back. It pushes and steers. I may not always like where it leads me, but like any story, the past needs resolution. What's past is prologue.

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The Crab Nebula, filled with mysterious filaments, is the result of a star that was seen to explode in 1054 AD. This spectacular supernova explosion was recorded by Chinese and (quite probably) Anasazi Indian astronomers. The filaments are mysterious because they appear to have less mass than expelled in the original supernova and higher speed than expected from a free explosion. In the above picture taken recently from a Very Large Telescope, the color indicates what is happening to the electrons in different parts of the Crab Nebula. Red indicates the electrons are recombining with protons to form neutral hydrogen, while blue indicates the electrons are whirling around the magnetic field of the inner nebula. In the nebula's very center lies a pulsar: a neutron star rotating, in this case, 30 times a second.

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What beautiful, majestic, exploding scenery.

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I hope you get to take that road trip with your father Josh. I'll pitch in.
If you can people share this out. I am trying to get funds to buy a scooter when comfortable I plan on touring the states visiting family and friends. Also will be stopping different places to try and volunteer at at childrens hospitals and amputee clinics.

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Anyone willing to setup a betting pool on whether, or not the movement for secular marriage will get any large, colorful parades?
Continuing the growing movement for nonreligious Americans’ equal status with their religious neighbors, the Center for Inquiry has partnered with Ohio State Representative Mike Foley to introduce a bill that will authorize Secular Celebrants to solemnize marriages in Ohio. Just days ago, the Seventh Circuit Court of Appeals unanimously handed nonreligious Americans a major victory as it ruled in favor of allowing Secular Celebrants to solemnize marriages in neighboring Indiana.

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