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"All that remains of the Penny House at the Heidelberg Project after a fire. (Credit: Bill Szumanski/WWJ Newsradio 950)" http://detroit.cbslocal.com/2013/11/21/fire-destroys-yet-another-house-at-detroits-heidelberg-project/

Fire Destroys Yet Another House At Detroit's Heidelberg Project, Person Of Interest In Custody

“Most people do not see UV light because the lens absorbs UV. After cataract surgery, a condition called aphakia, ‘near’ UV light (300 - 400 nm) can reach visual receptors.” —W.S. Stark, ultraviolet researcher. http://starklab.slu.edu/humanUV.htm

“Most people do not see UV light because the lens absorbs UV. After cataract surgery, a condition called aphakia, ‘near’ UV light (300 - 400 nm) can reach visual receptors.” —W.S. Stark, ultraviolet researcher. http://starklab.slu.edu/humanUV.htm

The wild subculture of Japanese trucker art

The wild subculture of Japanese trucker art

Decotora - the subculture of Japanese trucker art. Dekotora or Decotora (デコトラ, dekotora) is an abbreviation for "decoration truck",

“Longitudinal Wave Propagation on a Slinky. A slinky provides a useful visual tool for demonstrating longitudinal wave pulses. …Music soundtrack is an arrangement of the 1969 Perrery & Kinsley ‘Pop Corn’ (originally written for and performed on the Moog Synthesizer). This disco pop version is by the group Hot Butter from their album ‘Hot Butter & Jam’” —Dan Russell.

A slinky provides a useful visual tool for demonstrating longitudinal wave pulses. Using a high speed camera (Casio allows us to discover some inter.

“Andoria, also known as Andoria Prime, was a M-class moon orbiting a ringed gas giant in the Andorian system. It was the homeworld of the Andorian and the Aenar races. Andoria took part in talks to form a Coalition of Planets in 2155 and became a founding member of the United Federation of Planets in 2161.” —Wikia.

Andoria was an inhabited world orbiting a ringed gas giant in the Andorian system, in the Alpha.

“Seeing a forest in the sand.” —Wabi Sabi Photo Art: Nothing Lasts, Nothing Is Finished, Nothing Is Perfect.

“Seeing a forest in the sand.” —Wabi Sabi Photo Art: Nothing Lasts, Nothing Is Finished, Nothing Is Perfect.

“Sand castle destruction by second highest tide in the world.” —Stewart Lobb. Ah well, it is kind of clever! :)

“Sand castle destruction by second highest tide in the world.” —Stewart Lobb. Ah well, it is kind of clever! :)

“I had always been intrigued by the emotional aspect of adventure gaming—the fact that people get so personally involved.” —Roberta Williams. Says Williams of her game development experience, “I do feel that King’s Quest IV was a pivotal game in bringing in more female players.”

“I had always been intrigued by the emotional aspect of adventure gaming—the fact that people get so personally involved.” —Roberta Williams. Says Williams of her game development experience, “I do feel that King’s Quest IV was a pivotal game in bringing in more female players.”

“The story goes, after one of the women, Rosalina Balaciosos attended the International Women’s Conference in Mexico City, she passed on her enthusiasm; the women felt empowered and began painting on their own without waiting for the men. ‘Tantamount to treason,’ one of the men, Jose Montoya, recalled.” —Rita Sanchez, writing in recognition of the Mujeres Muralistas of Chicano Park, San Diego.

By Rita Sanchez Editor’s Note: In this article Rita Sanchez proudly recognizes the women who have contributed to the Parque and its murals.

“I could not resist the temptation when in Fort Bragg, California to explore a little glass beach mandala making. There were primarily 4 different colors of various shades, which included brown, green, white, blue and, on occasion, red.” —Mandalanomadness.

I could not resist the temptation when in Fort Bragg, California to explore a little glass beach mandala making.

Arman. ‘Long Term Parking,’ Domaine du Montcel, Jouy-en-Josas, Yvelines, France (48°46’ N, 2°10’ E). A wallpaper created from Yann Arthus-Bertrand’s “Une France vue du Ciel.”

Arman. ‘Long Term Parking,’ Domaine du Montcel, Jouy-en-Josas, Yvelines, France (48°46’ N, 2°10’ E). A wallpaper created from Yann Arthus-Bertrand’s “Une France vue du Ciel.”

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