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Lynne Donnelly
Everything will be fine in the end. If it's not fine, it's not the end.
Everything will be fine in the end. If it's not fine, it's not the end.

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The Ig Nobel prizes are hilarious as usual. My favorite is fitting long tails to chickens in order to make them walk like dinosaurs :)

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These are amazing!
My 500 Favorite Photos, All Mega-Ultra-Supra-High-Resolution, All available for download for your wallpapers, your desktops, or your fun! 
Exclusively here on Google+!

I've made a brand-new album and uploaded all my super high-rez photos.  Like that first one there is 7280 pixels across — thank goodness Google+ allows them at their full size! :)  

All my work is Creative Commons Noncommercial.  If you want to know more about what that means, I have all the info over at 
Portfolio - My 500 Favorites - All Hi-rez
500 Photos - View album

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Why I Love Carl Sagan
+Crispian Jago 
Uploaded on 5 Feb 2010
Science is a mosaic. Good science from disparate fields seems to conveniently converge to help us gradually gain a clearer overall view of our universe and make valid predictions based on that knowledge.

No one joined this rich mosaic of scientists together more sublimely and eloquently and passionately communicated this amassed wisdom better than Carl Sagan. 

Thanks Carl

For those who have not yet heard, our daughter, Marina, is having surgery on Monday to have her brain tumor removed. Yes, it's back again. She's doing very well and is in much better physical condition than she was four and half years ago the first time she had brain surgery. She will be at the UW Medical Center and has a great medical team. All energy, prayers, and positive thoughts for her are appreciated!

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We are all made from stars. Incredible.
We are the Universe (Lawrence Krauss, Neil Degrasse Tyson, Carl Sagan)
Published on 21 Dec 2013
Watch in HD for the best viewing experience. :)
FREE LECTURES and more info can be found at:
Created by +Timothy Asdoorian  for Stanford University's HumBio 183: Astrobiology and Space Exploration taught by NASA Ames's Lynn Rothschild.
Carl Sagan (Cosmos and Pale Blue Dot)
Neil deGrasse Tyson (Time Questions)
Lawrence Krauss (A Universe from Nothing)
Music: "Someday I'll be Redeemed" - Epic Score
"Leaving Earth" - Mass Effect 3 Soundtrack

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My cats try this, but never when I have a camera handy!
I will fit, I will fit,I will fit!!!!!!
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Neil deGrasse Tyson  ‏@neiltyson
Based on comments from winning players, it's remarkable how much time God spends to help athletes defeat their opponents.


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I've read her book and seen her TED talk, but I still learned a lot from this interview with Jill Bolte Taylor, the Harvard neuroscientist who had a stroke that changed the way she looks at the world. She even discusses how her new philosophy mirrors Buddhist philosophy.
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