Monthly Archives: December 2013

Hyalite

Clear Hyalite (Opal Var. Opal-AN) on a Hematite stained opal bed in a Rhyolite cavity from Hosszú Hill, Hungary

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Hydromedusa Solmaris Rhodoloma

Photograph of a dense aggregation of hydromedusa Solmaris rhodoloma found off the coast of Southern California, October 2010, taken using the In Situ Ichthyoplankton Imaging System (ISIIS) on board the NOAA R/V Bell M. Shimada. Each medusa is about 2 … Continue reading

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Genes to Cells Magazine Covers

Overlooking Mount Fuji in the distance through the arching wooden bridge, reflected on the water surface, forming complete circles to resemble a pair of spectacles or a ‘double helix.’

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My life in Smart Flow Yoga

Goodbye Annie Carpenter, World’s Best Yoga Angel

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Illustration to Paradise Lost — William Blake

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Physics of Ants

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Somewhere (2013)

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James Turrell’s Light Reignfall

http://tumblr.mamemomonga.com/post/70582476170 The Light Reignfall @ LACMA was an amazing experience, Top five best museum trip ever. I chose the “hard program” after talking with the women that operate the Cell. I thoroughly danced, moved, bended, eye rolled, twisted, convulsed, and … Continue reading

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An Afternoon With Michel Gondry

Animating Noam Chomsky

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Water Bear, Paul Souders

The fact that most images of polar bears show them on land or ice says more about the practical difficulties faced by humans than it does about the bears’ behavior. With adaptations such as thick blubber and nostrils that close, … Continue reading

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