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  1. gravitationalbeauty:

Io: Moon Over Jupiter
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  3. northedelweiss:

Dido Longwing Photo by Sameer Mundkur
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  5. unbelievable-facts:


recycling aluminum uses 95% less energy than that needed to produce it from scratch—nearly 75% of the aluminum ever produced is still in use today.

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    recycling aluminum uses 95% less energy than that needed to produce it from scratch—nearly 75% of the aluminum ever produced is still in use today.

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  7. "Many personality characteristics of creative people … make them more vulnerable, including openness to new experiences, a tolerance for ambiguity, and an approach to life and the world that is relatively free of preconceptions. This flexibility permits them to perceive things in a fresh and novel way, which is an important basis for creativity. But it also means that their inner world is complex, ambiguous, and filled with shades of gray rather than black and white. It is a world filled with many questions and few easy answers. While less creative people can quickly respond to situations based on what they have been told by people in authority — parents, teachers, pastors, rabbis, or priests — the creative person lives in a more fluid and nebulous world. He or she may have to confront criticism or rejection for being too questioning, or too unconventional. Such traits can lead to feelings of depression or social alienation. A highly original person may seem odd or strange to others. Too much openness means living on the edge. Sometimes the person may drop over the edge… into depression, mania, or perhaps schizophrenia."

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  9. peachlove420:

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    (Source: higher-planes)

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  11. dogegag:

Doge Humor Tumblr Photo via Tumblr
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  13. animalprotectionblog:

Visit us and support Animal Protection: Animal Protection Blog

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    Visit us and support Animal Protection: Animal Protection Blog

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  15. "Women are capable of pursuing lust under the camouflage of love undetected, yet a man who loves is always perceived as a lustful liar with hidden intentions, that is to be mistrusted."

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  17. sagansense:

    itscolossal:

    The Cloud: An Interactive Thunderstorm in Your House

    It will be mine. Oh yes. It will be mine. And my literal “brainstorming room" will be complete.

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  19. spaceplasma:

Failure Of The First Trident D5 submarine-based test launch

In 1971, the US Navy issued a requirement for a submarine-launched, multiple warhead, ballistic missile with intercontinental range and a stellar-inertial navigation system. This would give the Navy capability against Soviet missile siloes and other hardened targets. Lockheed proposed a two-phase program. Trident C-4 would fit in launch tubes in existing submarines, with a range 50% greater than Poseidon. Trident II D-5 would have longer stages, requiring a new class of submarine to be built to accommodate it, but have the desired intercontinental range. Lockheed began development of the Trident II in October 1983. First launch was in January 1987, and first submerged launch in March 1989. This was a failure, revealing problems with the first-stage engine nozzle.


Shouldn’t the better one be name Poseidon? Since the trident was his weapon?

    spaceplasma:

    Failure Of The First Trident D5 submarine-based test launch

    In 1971, the US Navy issued a requirement for a submarine-launched, multiple warhead, ballistic missile with intercontinental range and a stellar-inertial navigation system. This would give the Navy capability against Soviet missile siloes and other hardened targets. Lockheed proposed a two-phase program. Trident C-4 would fit in launch tubes in existing submarines, with a range 50% greater than Poseidon. Trident II D-5 would have longer stages, requiring a new class of submarine to be built to accommodate it, but have the desired intercontinental range. Lockheed began development of the Trident II in October 1983. First launch was in January 1987, and first submerged launch in March 1989. This was a failure, revealing problems with the first-stage engine nozzle.

    Shouldn’t the better one be name Poseidon? Since the trident was his weapon?

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