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Happy #ChineseNewYear 2015 !

It's the Year of the Goat according to the Chinese Lunisolar calendar 
 
2014 was the year of the horse, this year belongs to the goat. Happy Lunar New Year everyone!
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Ooops! Goat* yes....
See, I told you you're improving! :))
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Here's the Droid I've been looking for. Thanks +Virginia Poltrack​. Your talent aways amazes me.
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Remembering the Dandi March on India's 69th Independence Day #GoogleDoodle
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Sitting among all those unknown (and unseen) things, a machine humans built. #OrbitalPerspective  
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#StreetArt #StreetArtGIFs   #ABVH  
GIF creado por el artista serbio ABVH a partir de una obra de Vuk Djuric (https://goo.gl/YoeqJL) en Čačak, Serbia.

Vía +Michael L. 
Más http://abvh.tumblr.com/
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This can be quite creepy if you're on the way to home at 12 am, after watching Paranormal Activity 2 from the nearest cinema hall 0_o
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Only good looks from the 1973 #Challenger.
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Call of the Void

It was in the twilight of summer, when the trees begin to whisper of autumn. The wheat field outside my family’s house had been harvested a couple of days before, and the night sky was crystal clear. With blanket in hand, I trekked out to the middle of the field to look at the stars.

When you lie out in the middle of a field, all you see is stars. The tree line is at the edge of your peripheral vision, so if you keep your head still, it’s just a field of stars. At first you’ll notice the brightest stars, and then the recognition of constellations. You might notice a shooting star, or watch a satellite shine briefly across the sky.  But if you’re still, and you keep watching the sky, changes happen.

After about half an hour, your eyes become dark adapted. Faint objects such as the Milky Way become more clear, and what seems like thousands of stars begins to seem like millions. The sky deepens beyond the stars, and you see smudges and ripples of light. There’s a range of color to the sky beyond light and dark. The brightest stars gain a sparkle you hadn’t noticed before. It is a brilliance and subtlety you hadn’t noticed before.

Within an hour you’ll begin to notice the stars have shifted. A bright star has drifted above your head, or a star off to the side now dances on the edge of your vision. Once aware of the motion, you can’t help but notice it. The eternal drift of the night sky. For me, that’s usually about the time when it occurs. I was about 13 the first time it happened to me. Lying in the middle of that field on a late summer night. The stars seemed to race toward me, though not a single star moved. It hit like a physical blow, and I gripped the soil to keep from falling into the sky.

It is a feeling both wondrous and terrifying. A realization that you are clinging to a rock in motion through the cosmos, and the feeling that the pull of the world might not be enough to hold you.
It realization that you are clinging to a rock in motion through the cosmos, and the feeling that the pull of the world might not be enough to hold you.
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This place is perfect if you want to run away from the chaotic course of life and stay there watching the trees glide down with the flow of the wind.

And you know, stars do shift, if you're lucky to be with your life partner, you two might have a bond there, pretty beautiful and awespiring. The illuminance of the sky, plumetted by the silhouette of the deciduous forest is perfect for enjoying peace out there with nature. Its where you can be with yourself :)
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Aren't you the most attentive devotee of Googlism?
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That awkward moment when you can’t remember which plane in the parking lot is yours. #Tucson goo.gl/3dSmk8
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Our family photo looks better than yours. 
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Out of the shadows. #FTYPE Photo credit: @sirneave http://pco.lt/1Ku81DQ
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Thanks to all who joined our livestream! We hope you're excited for a better relationship with your device. #HelloMoto http://bit.ly/1GYclXd
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Moto X Style coming up on 3rd September!!!
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"The word God is for me nothing more than the expression and product of a human weakness, the Bible a collection of honorable, but still purely primitive, legends which are nevertheless pretty childish" - Albert Einstein
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