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The French elecions got hacked like we did. Pls spread the word to them. They can't do anything election oriented by law the day before they vote, but we can.

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The name 'Texas' originated in an ancient native American language called Biloxi. So if they want to celebrate 'Great Americans' .... they'll have to go back to Go & not collect $200, eh?
Did you know that 'Texas' comes from the ancient language of the Biloxi people? 
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Abt that 'Great Americans Day' that Biloxi wants to replace #MLK Day with? Seems there was a native language called Biloxi. In that language they called themselves Tane'ks, the First People.
Did you know that Biloxi is an ancient Native American language? #MLK #holiday
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my 2017 calendar - hummingbirds. Looking forward to some beauty next year.
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This beauty arrived on Masters Sunday. Feels like an omen. Feel The Bern (Bernhard Langer)
Got visited by this beautiful bird today.
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Is this real?
Aurora over Donnelly Creek

See also:

Aurora over Muonio
http://earthspacecircle.blogspot.com/2012/11/blog-post_2528.html

Aurora over Norway
http://earthspacecircle.blogspot.com/2013/02/a-memorable-aurora-over-norway.html

Aurora over Tromsø
http://earthspacecircle.blogspot.com/2014/02/aurora-over-troms.html

Donnelly Creek, Alaska
March 17, 2015

Image Credit & Copyright: Sebastian Saarloos
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Beautiful newly found nebula
Unique red rectangle nebula, seen by the Hubble Space Telescope, was found ~2,300 light-years away: http://go.nasa.gov/1SmTYBf
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may you dance....

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Something old, Something new ... Homo naledi, found in a cave in South Africa ....
The bones of a new species, Homo naledi, found in a cave in South Africa have stirred up a long-simmering debate about the origin and evolution of our genus. Learn more in the March issue of Scientific American, available for preview and purchase here: http://bit.ly/1SveNQm
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