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Brilliant - I had never actually seen this entire interview before. Feynman on physics, understanding things, doubt, "honours", pseudoscience, religion, and much more.
Published on Mar 31, 2013

The original BBC HORIZON documentary in which the great American theoretical physicist RICHARD FEYNMAN talks about his life in science and his love of exploring Nature. First shown on BBC2 in 1981.
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Sam sees red.
Ice Labyrinth: Seeing Red
Ice Labyrinth: Seeing Red
icelabyrinth.blogspot.com
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For all my new followers - resharing one of my favorite albums - "plunge divers" dedicated to the diving cape gannets of South Africa.

Did you know you can buy now print of the title image on the 1x.com ? Follow this link to find out ordering details - http://1x.com/prints/gallery/curators-gallery/44386 ! ^_^ This photo was second prize winning shot in underwater category of Veolia Wildlife Photographer of the Year ! ^_^
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plunge divers (13 photos)
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Very good points!
Guest post from me on the DCC Blog about Research Data Management. Does the RDM community need to "drink more of our own champagne" to use David Shotton's choice of words...
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Love this video on Open Research. Props to all involved.
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This is truth. #twt #fb
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Infographics needn't be complicated to get the message across, a case in point - http://i.imgur.com/38He6.jpg
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On October 1, 2011 around 10:17 UT two solar flares erupted within a very short period of time. One originated out of active region 1302 and the other 1305. We have learned that certain events are connected with each other - in this case active regions far apart can be linked together by magnetic fields and can erupt one after another.

Since AR 1305 was fairly centered yesterday, we might be seeing some geomagnetic effects around October 4, 2011. Changes for aurorae at high latitudes are possible.

In the 2nd video sequence you can also see the October 1, 2011 eclipse; where Earth moved in between SDO and the Sun for over 40 minutes.

Credit: NASA SDO
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NASA's Solar Dynamics Observatory (SDO) is almost through its fall eclipse season. Only three more days. Here is today's eclipse. Going into the eclipse at 171 angstrom and coming out at 304 angstrom.

Credit: NASA SDO
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Today's Sun; October 1, 2011 - Eclipse (13 photos)
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