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  • Hierodula membranacea 🌿
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  • [BioPic] El zorro ártico (Vulpes lagopus) o zorro polar es un pequeño cánido que habita en huras a lo largo y ancho de la tundra, generalmente en l...
  • [BioPic] El zorro ártico (Vulpes lagopus) o zorro polar es un pequeño cánido que habita en huras a lo largo y ancho de la tundra, generalmente en laderas. El zorro ártico posee unas orejas pequeñas y una capa densa de pelo que le permite subsistir y cazar a temperaturas extremas (de hasta -50 °C). En el verano, esta capa blanca de pelaje largo cambia por una capa pardo-grisácea de pelaje más corto. Los zorros árticos miden entre 35 y 55 cm de largo. El peso del macho es 3,5 kg de promedio, con un rango de 3,2 a 9,4 kg, y el de la hembra de 2,9 kg, con un rango de 1,4 a 3,2 kg. 🦊
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  • Native to the desert landscape of Mexico’s Baja California Sur, worm lizards are largely a mystery to the scientific community because they live la...
  • Native to the desert landscape of Mexico’s Baja California Sur, worm lizards are largely a mystery to the scientific community because they live largely underground. Though little is documented, we do know that they are ecologically critical to their unique environment due to their largely concentrated populations. 📸: Kaitlyn Kraybill-Voth / @bioGraphic
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  • A migmatite is a highly metamorphosed rock that has undergone partial melting. 
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  • A migmatite is a highly metamorphosed rock that has undergone partial melting. #geology #science
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  • The body is the mind.
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And just as we all have unique minds, we all have unique bodys, and need.
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Just because something works for one person d...
  • The body is the mind. ⠀⠀ And just as we all have unique minds, we all have unique bodys, and need. ⠀⠀ Just because something works for one person doesnt mean it will work for you. ⠀⠀ LISTEN to your body. ⠀⠀ If you’re doing everything “right” and still feel wrong, then you must reevaluate your habits and regiments. ⠀⠀ We forget that evolution works on a small scale as well as large. Your family’s biology is very slightly different than your best friends. ⠀⠀ Live life as a scientist. Test for what works best. ⠀⠀ Leave a comment if you’re a scientist too 👨🏻‍🔬 • • • • • #health #science #biology #mindisbody #bodyismind #diet #food #exercise #madness #lou #marketing #copywriter #evolution #business #marketing #millionaire
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Every February 18th I am reminded of what makes you....YOU.
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You were born on President’s Day so I believe you come by your love for hist...
  • Wyatt, . Every February 18th I am reminded of what makes you....YOU. . You were born on President’s Day so I believe you come by your love for history honestly. I don’t know many kids who can map out man’s story from the Garden of Eden to present day but you don’t miss a thing on a timeline. It all makes sense to you and that is a gift! . More than anything you have a scientific mind and at the end of every analysis you always come to one conclusion...that God is pretty awesome. . You never separate science from God and you shouldn't. Ignore the worldly pressure to put the two at odds. Your heart is pure and I believe God reveals so much to us through gentle souls like yours. . Keep asking, keep reading, keep steady, and keep reaching for the stars and maybe one day we will celebrate your birthday via satellite from a space shuttle...I am dreaming with you and for you because I love you Wyatt Noah. . Happy 11th Birthday my boy. Much Love, ❤Momma . “To look out at this kind of creation out here and not believe in God is to me....impossible.” — Astronaut, John Glenn, on his second space flight on space shuttle Discovery in 1998. . #happybirthday #hbd #eleven . #nasa #nasakid #science #math #history #rocketman @nasa @nasajohnson . #t1d #t1dlookslikeme #t1diabetic #t1diabetes #typeone @beyondtype1 . #wyattnoahjohnson
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Behold, as wild as the worms crossing Arrakis, the erosive Martian surface reveals snaking sand dunes across the desert.

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  • #Repost @nasa ・・・ Behold, as wild as the worms crossing Arrakis, the erosive Martian surface reveals snaking sand dunes across the desert. Captured within the same wavelengths as a human eye, the HiRISE camera on the Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter unveils the geological layers of history written in the rocky sediment. HiRISE can spot objects as small as Alia Atreides, which helps scientists study the surface structure of the Red Planet in a way that we couldn’t before. Credit: NASA/JPL-Caltech/University of Arizona #nasa #space #redplanet #mars #redplanet #science #solarsystem #picoftheday
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  • Introducing - 30 Doradus. The brightest star-forming region visible in a neighboring galaxy and home to some of the most massive stars ever seen. T...
  • Introducing - 30 Doradus. The brightest star-forming region visible in a neighboring galaxy and home to some of the most massive stars ever seen. The nebula resides 170,000 light-years away in the Large Magellanic Cloud, a small, satellite galaxy of our Milky Way. . . Collectively, the stars in this image are millions of times more massive than our Sun. The image is roughly 650 light-years across and contains some rambunctious stars. The nebula is close enough to Earth that Hubble can resolve individual stars, giving astronomers important information about the stars' birth and evolution. Many small galaxies have more spectacular starbursts, but the Large Magellanic Cloud's 30 Doradus is one of the only extragalactic star-forming regions that astronomers can study in so much detail. The star-birthing frenzy in 30 Doradus may be partly fueled by its proximity to its companion galaxy, the Small Magellanic Cloud. The image reveals the stages of star birth, from embryonic stars a few thousand years old still wrapped in cocoons of dark gas to behemoths that die young in supernova explosions. 30 Doradus is a star-forming factory, churning out stars at a furious pace over millions of years. Hubble shows star clusters of various ages, from about 2 million to about 25 million years old. . . . Credits: NASA, ESA, D. Lennon and E. Sabbi (ESA/STScI), J. Anderson, S. E. de Mink, R. van der Marel, T. Sohn, and N. Walborn (STScI), N. Bastian (Excellence Cluster, Munich), L. Bedin (INAF, Padua), E. Bressert (ESO), P. Crowther (University of Sheffield), A. de Koter (University of Amsterdam), C. Evans (UKATC/STFC, Edinburgh), A. Herrero (IAC, Tenerife), N. Langer (AifA, Bonn), I. Platais (JHU), and H. Sana (University of Amsterdam) 📸 : @nasahubble
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  • A sneak peek into the diet of Wild Kyle.
  • A sneak peek into the diet of Wild Kyle.
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  • Citizen scientists! 
Taking water samples at our farm's fresh water spring. This will be analysed by @enviro_DNA to reveal what marvelous creatures...
  • Citizen scientists! Taking water samples at our farm's fresh water spring. This will be analysed by @enviro_DNA to reveal what marvelous creatures live in and around this waterhole. This information will help us understand species distribution and aid conservation efforts to protect Australia's biodiversity. #biodiversity #dna #science #research #farm #agriculture
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Suppose my captors were today to throw me into a small cell with minimal stimuli and tell me that they were going to execute me in exa...
  • • Entry 13 • Suppose my captors were today to throw me into a small cell with minimal stimuli and tell me that they were going to execute me in exactly one week if, upon rolling a 10-sided die, a 1 is not rolled, and that only in the case a 1 is rolled I will be "set free" and given two hundred million dollars. So, yes, I might take a little bit of time to resign to my likely impending death, my impending death of a 90% probability. But I doubt I would take 90% of the given week's waking time dwelling on this outcome or exhibiting a general behavior that's supposed to somehow tell the world that the world is just bad or worthless to me. Instead, assuming physical pain isn't being inflicted on me to distract me from everything but the physical pain, I would be inclined to take more time thinking about possibilities and thinking through possibilities, given merely the 10% probability of the exciting much better outcome. Similarly, one can do this with the exciting non-zero chances of artificial superintelligences arising within one's lifetime and the possible benefits they bring, regardless if the chances are higher that the not-so-exciting inverse will be true. Depending on how deeply one is physically and emotionally tied up in conventional barbaric situations, less is to be gained by overly tending to or dwelling on "one's reality," in the same way I would gain less by despairing in "my reality" in being in a small cell with minimal stimuli and probably going to die. Much more can potentially be gained by living 'as if' one will have the better outcomes. . . . This leads to the main point. Among other things, artificial superintelligences—and perhaps 'we', if we're fully integrated into them—could allow us to expect to live hundreds if not thousands or millions or more years (and perhaps eventually among the stars, and then among the galaxies, and then among the universes). If so, I can see at least two aspects of personal organization becoming priceless over the eons: (1) growth in the form of experience points (while I considered money as a candidate for personal growth measurement, it seems too easy to find examples of wealthier people whose cognitions—
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  • "Amidst the stress, the pressure and the pain, we forget why we are here. We forget that what we are training to become is a privilege, a gift, a c...
  • "Amidst the stress, the pressure and the pain, we forget why we are here. We forget that what we are training to become is a privilege, a gift, a chance to make our lives on earth worthwhile. Keep grinding even though it's hard because someone's life depends on your ability and will to triumph. Keep your focus and ALWAYS REMEMBER WHY YOU ARE HERE!💪💉💊" DONT STOP STUDYING, DONT EVER GIVE UP ON THIS DREAM! “You can’t cheat the grind, it knows how much you have invested. It won’t give you anything you haven’t worked for. Be humble. Be hungry. And always be the hardest worker in the room.”
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