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Michael Jordan Just Gave a Brilliant Demonstration of What Leadership Isn't http://on.inc.com/60srJsU
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Bongo

Photo I made in 2016 of a bongo in Burgers Zoo.
I liked the image because he has a "human look" I think.

More animals here:
https://anjawessels.photography/animals/

or in this blog maybe:
https://anjawessels.photography/artis-amsterdam/

Camera: Canon EOS 650D
Lens: Lens: Tamron 16-300mm f/3.5-6.3 Di II

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#photography #photo #bongo #animals #BurgersZoo
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Life in Deep Earth totals 15 to 23 billion tons of carbon — hundreds of times more than humans | #Geology #GeologyPage

Barely living “zombie” bacteria and other forms of life constitute an immense amount of carbon deep within Earth’s subsurface — 245 to 385 times greater than the carbon mass of all humans on the surface, according to scientists nearing the end of a 10-year international collaboration to reveal Earth’s innermost secrets.

Read more : http://www.geologypage.com/2018/12/life-in-deep-earth-totals-15-to-23-billion-tons-of-carbon-hundreds-of-times-more-than-humans.html
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More than slightly bias. #SaveGooglePlus
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Approximately 2.6 million years ago (Pliocene epoch), a tsunami of cosmic energy from a massive supernova or a series of them about 150 light-years away reached Earth and pummeled the atmosphere, touching off climate change and triggering the mass extinction of large marine animals, according to University of Kansas Professor Adrian Melott and co-authors.

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NASA shows the massive deep crater discovered under Greenland ice. Badman Nishioka/ rainforest action group/Osaka Report write,,,,, NASA glaciologist, has discovered a large meteorite impact crater hiding beneath more than a half-mile of ice in northwest Greenland. The crater — the first of any size found under the Greenland ice sheet — is one of the 25 largest impact craters on Earth, measuring roughly 1,000 feet deep and more than 19 miles in diameter, an area slightly larger than that inside Washington’s Capital Beltway.
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Jordan slapped Monk behind the head lol
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After 9 years in space collecting data that revealed our night sky to be filled with trillions of hidden planets, NASA is ending the Kepler space telescope’s science operations. Kepler discovered over 2,600 planets, some of which could be promising places for life. https://go.nasa.gov/2P2umV1

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Giants’ makeover nearly complete: What that means for 2019 https://nyp.st/2Ev7dF7
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"I kind of ran up to Santa and was like, 'He is blind and autistic and very interested in Santa,' and Santa raised up his hands and said 'Say no more." http://nbcbay.com/RuRuTDD
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Investors Can’t Stop Obsessing About Apple, Netflix and Nike. Here’s What’s in Store for Their Stocks in 2019 https://trib.al/fgS4TEo
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Neutrophils are the most common form of white blood cell. They help the body respond to infection and heal damaged tissue. Levels in the blood can rise and fall due to many reasons, including infection, chronic conditions, drugs, and surgery. Learn more about what altered levels mean and how to test them here.
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Why Michael Jordan smacked Hornets star Malik Monk twice https://nyp.st/2RVT0nF
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Scientists will gather today to debate where NASA should next land on Mars, as the American space agency prepares a new mission in its search for life on the Red Planet.

https://rxscience.org/nasa-stronghold-about-life-on-mars/
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High-efficiency discovery drives low-power computing - Challenge any modern human to go a day without a phone or computer, and you'd be hard pressed to get any takers. Our collective obsession with all things electronic is driving a dramatic daily drain on the world's power. In fact, according to studies from the Semiconductor Research Corporation, if we continue on pace with our current ever-increasing energy consumption, by the year 2035, we will use all of the world's energy to run our c...

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