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Reblogged from bluepueblo
bluepueblo:

Lantern Cabin, Ontario, Wisconsin
photo via patrick

bluepueblo:

Lantern Cabin, Ontario, Wisconsin

photo via patrick

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Reblogged from the-taintedtruth

There’s a difference between somebody who wants you and somebody who would do anything to keep you.

Remember that.

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Reblogged from northwezt
northwezt:

Yosemite, CA (Aug. 19, 2014)

northwezt:

Yosemite, CA (Aug. 19, 2014)

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Reblogged from thebrownskingirl
You are so used to your features, you don’t know how beautiful you look to a stranger. Unknown

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Reblogged from txchnologist

Turning The Wires That Carry Power Into Batteries, Too

txchnologist:

by Marsha Lewis, Inside Science

Every day, millions of Americans rely on electronic devices that have one thing in common: they must be charged. The process is pretty simple, but it does require a bit of time and forethought.

But what if there were a better way to store and create the power needed to run these gadgets?

Now, scientists have created a better way using a simple electrical cable wire.

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Reblogged from thisistheverge
thisistheverge:

Scientists are recording the sound of the whole planet
In a few weeks, sensors in Indiana will go online that will record, in the words of Bryan Pijanowski, every sound the Earth makes. The array of microphones, geophones, and barometric gauges will run for a year, taping everything from the songs of birds arriving in the spring to the vibrations of the continent as ocean waves pound the Atlantic and Pacific coasts. They will measure earthquakes on the other side of the world and the stomping of cattle nearby, the ultrasonic whistles of bats and the barometric drop of cold fronts. “I joke to my physicist friends that if I had a microphone small enough, I could record the Higgs boson,” Pijanowski says.

thisistheverge:

Scientists are recording the sound of the whole planet
In a few weeks, sensors in Indiana will go online that will record, in the words of Bryan Pijanowski, every sound the Earth makes. The array of microphones, geophones, and barometric gauges will run for a year, taping everything from the songs of birds arriving in the spring to the vibrations of the continent as ocean waves pound the Atlantic and Pacific coasts. They will measure earthquakes on the other side of the world and the stomping of cattle nearby, the ultrasonic whistles of bats and the barometric drop of cold fronts. “I joke to my physicist friends that if I had a microphone small enough, I could record the Higgs boson,” Pijanowski says.

Reblogged from dounia-algeria
Sunshine all the time makes a desert

Arab proverb (via maghfirat)

These simple words are so profound & thought provoking.

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Reblogged from jspark3000

jspark3000:

Support your friend’s dreams. If they fail, you still supported them. If they succeed, you always believed in them. Otherwise, even when they succeed, it won’t feel like a victory that can be shared with you. And if they fail, they’ll feel like they disappointed you most. Support dreams, because there’s already so little passion in the world and so few of us go for the life we always wanted.

— J

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