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Geraldine Hoff Doyle, was a 17 years (in 1942) while she was working at the American Broach & Machine Co. when a photographer snapped a pic of her on the job. That image used by J. Howard Miller for the “We Can Do It!” poster, released during World War II.

An unidentified U.S. Army soldier wears a hand lettered "War Is Hell" slogan on his helmet, in Vietnam on June 18, 1965 – AP Photo/Horst Faas

Philibert Bidgrain Specimen laying these eggs, during the day, under dead coral. You can observe a filament with little white eggs

This is the Mary River turtle (Elusor macrurus), and its green mohawk is made up of algae. This often covers the shell as well as the head, and helps to camouflage the animal.

Bwahahaha! Love this.

Pennsylvania Dutch (German) Hex Signs - put on barns especially for protection

Related to the jellyfish and corals, the beautiful and alien Siphonophore is actually a continuous chain of specialized polyps - individual animals that grow from one another in an organized colony. Some in the colony are devoted to feeding, armed with stinging cells to snag fish or invertebrates. Others are devoted to locomotion, propelling the whole group with a continuous pumping motion. Still others, of course, exist only to reproduce.

Lucille Baldwin Brown was the first Black public county librarian in Tallahassee, Florida. This photograph is part of the collection at the State Library and Archives of Florida.



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We will probably never understand black holes. Or why women fall madly in love with douchebags.

Yes. Yes we are.

I wonder what it tastes like?? Beautiful for sure....The Story of Glass Gem Corn: Beauty, History, and Hope | Occupy Monsanto

“The Women of The Future,” according to 1902 French trading cards. In 1902, a French trading card manufacturer released this curious batch of playing cards depicting women and their futuristic careers as soldiers, lawyers, journalists, and cigarette-chomping students. But because these cards were designed to titillate, many of these outfits aren’t entirely practical -note lack of sleeves above. On the other hand , much of the military regalia pictured will be handy in your battlefield bedroom..