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Disparate matches of memory

will recreate me

in discordant batches of time

I will seem to taste the eternal

in my endless reverberation of pasts 

radiating into new futures

whether I play bit parts in someones sonder

or the main prism through which they view a fractal

my role will be outsized and underrepresented 

but each of these fragments of existence

rebirths me

as if some melody or cacophony 

that just can’t be shook

our beings dance eternal in all directions

in magnitudes we are unable to grasp

every action

every single inaction

makes another ripple

makes waves,

so I propose

with all this splashing about

that you

get dirty,

be weird

do good

work hard

 because positive motion creates positive feedback

be mindful of your messes and precise in your words

leave the best pattern you can

and you will

relive

forever in other’s emulations

booksandbeers:

kekai-k:

The Knights 2

knights knights knights

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penabranca:

1966
©Penabranca

penabranca:

1966

©Penabranca

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policymic:

There’s 6,300 tonnes of space junk orbiting Earth — Astonishing interactive visualizations

policymic:

There’s 6,300 tonnes of space junk orbiting Earth — Astonishing interactive visualizations

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It is magic until you understand it, and it is mathematics thereafter. Bharati Krishna (via we-are-star-stuff)

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biocanvas:

A section through a mouse vertebra at 200x magnification
The vertebrae that make up our spine have the critical task of housing and protecting the spinal cord, a thin bundle of nervous tissue hooked up directly to the brain. The spinal cord in part transmits movement information from the brain to the muscles. In fact, the function of the spinal cord can be divided into segments based on the muscles they control: Nerves from the lower vertebrae in the neck help extend the elbows and flex the wrists, while nerves from the lower back vertebrae assist in extending the legs and toes. Spinal cord injury can result in different degrees of paralysis depending on which segment was affected.
Image by  Dr. Michael Nelson and Samantha Smith, University of Alabama at Birmingham.

biocanvas:

A section through a mouse vertebra at 200x magnification

The vertebrae that make up our spine have the critical task of housing and protecting the spinal cord, a thin bundle of nervous tissue hooked up directly to the brain. The spinal cord in part transmits movement information from the brain to the muscles. In fact, the function of the spinal cord can be divided into segments based on the muscles they control: Nerves from the lower vertebrae in the neck help extend the elbows and flex the wrists, while nerves from the lower back vertebrae assist in extending the legs and toes. Spinal cord injury can result in different degrees of paralysis depending on which segment was affected.

Image by  Dr. Michael Nelson and Samantha Smith, University of Alabama at Birmingham.

(Source: microscopyu.com, via we-are-star-stuff)

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A Simple Visual of Hydrogen: The simplest atom known is also the only atom that provides an analytical solution to the Schrödinger Equation.

A Simple Visual of Hydrogen: The simplest atom known is also the only atom that provides an analytical solution to the Schrödinger Equation.

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infinity-imagined:

A warmer Arctic could permanently affect the pattern of the high-altitude polar jet stream, resulting in longer and colder winters over North America and northern Europe, US scientists say. The jet stream, a ribbon of high altitude, high-speed wind in northern latitudes that blows from west to east, is formed when the cold Arctic air clashes with warmer air from further south. The greater the difference in temperature, the faster the jet stream moves. According to Jennifer Francis, a climate expert at Rutgers University, the Arctic air has warmed in recent years as a result of melting polar ice caps, meaning there is now less of a difference in temperatures when it hits air from lower latitudes. “The jet stream is a very fast moving river of air over our head, but over the past two decades the jet stream has weakened. This is something we can measure,” she said Saturday at a meeting of the American Association for the Advancement of Science. As a result, instead of circling the earth in the far north, the jet stream has begun to meander, like a river heading off course. This has brought chilly Arctic weather further south than normal, and warmer temperatures up north. Perhaps most disturbingly, it remains in place for longer periods of time.  
Image Credit: NASA Goddard Space Flight Center Scientific Visualization Studio [x]

infinity-imagined:

A warmer Arctic could permanently affect the pattern of the high-altitude polar jet stream, resulting in longer and colder winters over North America and northern Europe, US scientists say. The jet stream, a ribbon of high altitude, high-speed wind in northern latitudes that blows from west to east, is formed when the cold Arctic air clashes with warmer air from further south. The greater the difference in temperature, the faster the jet stream moves. According to Jennifer Francis, a climate expert at Rutgers University, the Arctic air has warmed in recent years as a result of melting polar ice caps, meaning there is now less of a difference in temperatures when it hits air from lower latitudes. “The jet stream is a very fast moving river of air over our head, but over the past two decades the jet stream has weakened. This is something we can measure,” she said Saturday at a meeting of the American Association for the Advancement of Science. As a result, instead of circling the earth in the far north, the jet stream has begun to meander, like a river heading off course. This has brought chilly Arctic weather further south than normal, and warmer temperatures up north. Perhaps most disturbingly, it remains in place for longer periods of time.  

Image Credit: NASA Goddard Space Flight Center Scientific Visualization Studio [x]

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neurosciencenews:

phiairmed:

3D picture of the blood vessels in the head.

This is such a cool image, we just had to share.

neurosciencenews:

phiairmed:

3D picture of the blood vessels in the head.

This is such a cool image, we just had to share.

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Reblogged from auicei

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