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Science & Nature

Antarctica from Space by NASA.

Beautiful Larimar 'Dolphin Stone' Slice. Half Polished Piece. Crystal Healing / Mineral Specimen

Clouds over the Rainbow

Snowing metal on Venus - WTF fun facts

Grey blue Kohinoor Diamond was discovered in the 17th century. It was purchased in 2008 for 24.3 million Dollars

Finding a perfect jingle shell in a footprint in the sand....magical!!!

Overview of spinal cord functions ~ The spine reveals our #evolution from segmented worms!

  • Onur Yıldız

    Spinal cord link to skull at 90 degree but monkeys look very different spinal cord link almost behind the eyes. Monkey skeleton systems useful for 4 hand walking.

  • Krosis

    Onur, you are making no sense whatsoever.

  • Onur Yıldız

    Try to Read again :)

  • Krosis

    How about you read my post on this particular link?

  • Krosis

    In other words, scroll up...

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Images via: Coral at Abu Dabab Reefs, Red Sea, Egypt by Derek Keats, Brain Coral by Ryan Somma, Soft Corals by Matt Kieffer, Coral (Goniopora) by Samuel Chow, Coral Slime by Jason Hollinger, Brain Coral by Steve L. Martin, Coral by Markus Mindaugas Urban, Large coral polyps out at night by Derek Keats, Bubble Coral by Samuel Chow, Brain Coral by Hadley Paul Garland

Colorful Moon Snail Sanibel Island

Hallucinogenic Mushrooms - Bing Images

Journey Awareness Yoga - Bits of Truth... all quotes

the northern lights from space

Alexandria’s Genesis, also known as ”violet eyes” (a mutation). When someone is born with Alexandria’s Genesis, his eyes are blue or gray at birth.After six months, the eyes begin to change their original color to purple, and it lasts six months. During puberty, the color deepens to dark purple, a purple color, a royal purple, or blue-violet and remains so. It does not affect a person’s vision. Women that are born with this genetic mutation do not menstruate, but are fully fertile.

Reddish-magenta beryl, in a color sometimes described as “gooseberry red” is the rarest form of beryl (a mineral family which includes emerald, aquamarine, morganite, golden beryl and goshenite). The only locality for red beryl crystals suitable for faceting is in the Wah Wah Mountains near Beaver, Utah. This is the only place in the world where gem quality red beryl has been found.

Syderite, Cochise College collection