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Horsetail Fall at Sunset by Michael Frye via npr: 'The waterfall is perched high on an open cliff where it can catch light from the sunset — but not just any sunset. "It's this brief window of light around the third week of February where the sun sets at just the right angle to light Horsetail Fall just as it's sinking," Frye says.' #Photography #Yosemite #Horsetail_Fall #Sunset

From Waterfall To Lavafall: Yosemite's Fleeting Phenomenon

A Self-organizing Thousand Robot Swarm via wsj youtube: Self organizing robot swarm without any central guiding intelligence. #Technology #Robotics

Basket Tree by Axel Erlandson (1884 - 1964) a Swedish American horticulturalist who shaped trees by a combination of grafting and bending. #Tree #Basket_Tree

Axel Erlandson's living Circus Tree sculptures

Deep Space Objects via stargazerslounge: How they would appear in our sky if they were brighter. #Space #Astronomy #Night_Sky

comparing the size of deep sky objects - The Astro Lounge

Raising Monarch Butterflies by aprairieheaven #Butterfly #Monarch

A Prairie Haven » Raising Monarch Butterflies
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Moonset by Oleg Arteyev/ Roscocosmos, ISS via twitter #Photography #Super_Moon #ISS

Observing Space (ObservingSpace) on Twitter

Google Science Fair 2014: Wearable Sensors: A Novel Healthcare Solution for the Aging Society by Kenneth Shinozuka, age 15 #Google_Science_Fair #Technology #Wearable_Sensor

  • Ninette Beheler

    this is amazing. im wondering if you couldnt expand the concept to creating a device that can be adhered to the outside of the jaw. i clench my jaw at night and just hate those mouth guards. im wondering iif it might be possible for u to create a biofeedback device so i could tell when im clenching my jaw so i can train myself to not do that

The Easiest, Fastest Way To Cut A Watermelon by thisblewmymind - YouTube #Watermelon_Cutting

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Google's New Moonshot Project: the Human Body - WSJ: Baseline Study, the project will collect anonymous genetic and molecular information from 175 people—and later thousands more—to create what the company hopes will be the fullest picture of what a healthy human being should be. This contact lens is being tested to study tear glucose. Click through for the video. Image credit Google. #Health #Google #Baseline_Study #Smart_Contact_Lens

Google's New Moonshot Project: the Human Body - WSJ
  • E. John

    This has huge medical potential. Imagine how much better diagnostics could be.

  • Lauren Perry

    So interesting! I'd volunteer as a test subject for sure. People are always scared of the newest technology (and they always get over it eventually).

  • Felicia Gill

    Imagine a blood glucose monitoring system for diabetics that's as simple as a contact.

How to Paint a Dog by Rollie Brandt: Pretty sure mine wouldn't even come close. #Art #Painting #Dog_Portrait

How to Paint a DOG PORTRAIT
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Printable functional 'bionic' ear melds electronics and biology by sciencedaily: Scientists used off-the-shelf printing tools to create a functional ear that can "hear" radio frequencies far beyond the range of normal human capability. The scientists used 3-D printing of cells and nanoparticles followed by cell culture to combine a small coil antenna with cartilage. #Biotech #Bionic_Ear ##D_Printing

Printable functional 'bionic' ear melds electronics and biology
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Xray of a Swallowed Toy Bicycle by London Royal Hospital via #Xray #Bicycle

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Magicicada periodical cicada by alexanderwild: Characterized by red compound eyes, cicadas in the genus Magicicada spend 17 years (or, more rarely, 13 years) maturing underground before emerging en masse to mate. These emergences take place in May or June and involve several species, each with a different song. #Insects #Periodical_Cicada #Magicicada #Brood_III

Pretty portraits of periodical cicadas
  • April Ezell

    Until they fly up your maxi dress!

  • Elise Lambson

    Also, when they dive bomb you, when they are so loud you can't sleep, when they are so prevalent everywhere that you can hardly walk without crunching them underfoot, they are not quite so amazing. Living the cicada experience is not very pleasant.

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  • Jill Vanderweit

    You're all absolutely right - they are crazy noisy and inside your car vents and find their way into your underwear drawer and your cat brings them inside to play with them and little boys eat them as a dare, etc. But they're not on the east coast this year, so I can pretend to feel sentimental about them! (Ah well, they'll be gone soon and the birds will be fatter this summer!)

  • Carole Berreur

    To me, they're equal to south of France (so, holidays, sun and fun). So, I love them! :)

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Tornado 6/14/14 in Nebraska by Chris Sheen #Photography #Tornado

Chris Sheen (Buckhorns) on Twitter
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Sequioa in a Snowstorm by nationalgeographic: 'President' is a 3,200 year old giant sequio whose trunk is 27 feet wide and whose branches hold 2 billion needles... #Tree #Sequoia

  • Kaeli Mitchell

    Yup. All I have to say is: Damn that's huge.

  • John R.

    There's 3 guys 1 on top in orange 1 right above the bottom branch in yellow and 1 guy on the ground

  • Christina Mott

    This image blows me away every time I see it! The tree is so big they couldn't fit it all in one photo, so this is a composite of the 126 pictures they took.

  • Jan Angelico

    This puts things into perspective, doesn't it?

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Kasha-Katuwe Tent Rocks National Monument, NM by Gus Friedman: Kasha-Katuwe means "white cliffs" in the Pueblo language Keresan. #Natural_Wonder #Tent_Rocks #New_Mexico

  • Susan Kennedy

    i just hiked this a week ago-hike through a slot canyon then about halfway up the side of a mountain to look back on this view-one of my fav day trips/hikes

The 'People Chaser' Derecho by Douglas Berry, A derecho (pronounced similar to "deh-REY-cho" in English, or pronounced phonetically as "") is a widespread, long-lived wind storm. Derechos are associated with bands of rapidly moving showers or thunderstorms variously known as bow echoes, squall lines, or quasi-linear convective systems... #Weather #Storm #Derecho

The People Chaser Derecho
  • Carol Frontera

    We experienced one a few summers ago in Maryland. Very frightening to be in that storm!

  • Kathy Simon

    I remember that storm, I was living in Alexandria, Va. Thought it was a tornado at first.

Can the Nervous System Be Hacked? by Michael Behar, nytimes: Mirela Mustacevic, who suffers from rheumatoid arthritis, had a nerve stimulator implanted as part of a medical trial. Her symptoms have lessened significantly. #Neuroscience #Immune_System

Can the Nervous System Be Hacked?
  • biya aloulou

    hi @Jane Izard wang can i plz join your group boad ( health) thank you ;)

  • Terry Irwin

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  • Jane Wang

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  • Andrea Wilder

    Thanks so much for sharing this Dr. Wang! I'm looking forward to share/discuss with my doctor before my next nerve block.

  • Sylvia Lockhart

    --Read the Metabolic Type Diet book. All the answers to why and how we get diseases. Changed my life : )

9 Amazing Night Sky of 9 Darkened Cities by thierrycohen via 9gag #Night_Sky #Light_Pollution

9 Amazing Night Sky of 9 Darkened Cities
  • Kelly Lister

    So glad i live in a dark city. :)

  • Scentofthehighlands...

    Without seeing the creation why would people search for the creator.

  • Dorothy Designs

    The San Francisco one is inaccurate. You can't see stars through the fog here.

  • Gina DeLaune

    Favorite memory- camping out on a trail ride away from all cities! I could actually see the milky way-- Don't remember ever seeing it until this time. Very inspiring. I sat on the hood of my car and watched for most of the night.

  • Cathleen Bowne

    After hurricane Wilma the stars you could see in south Florida were amazing (there was no electricity south of the Orlando area.

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