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December 31 2011

December 24 2011

learnnotto
18:33
Comet Lovejoy and the Earth's halo
Photo taken by astronaut Dan Burbank aboard the ISS.
See also video with time lapse and Dan Burbank talking about his experience.

via BadAstronomer

December 22 2011

learnnotto
20:52
Cellular Christmas by Donna Stolz
A Christmas wreath made of mammalian cells

via noahWG
Tags: christmas

November 25 2011

learnnotto
06:36
Red Emotional Globe by Olafur Eliasson
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November 24 2011

learnnotto
23:17

November 23 2011

learnnotto
02:16
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Today's interactive(!) google.pl doodle celebrates Stanisław Lem(!!) by recreating the first story in the Cyberiad(!!!)
Reposted fromantifuchs antifuchs

November 22 2011

learnnotto
07:25

List of animal names - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia


ALL THE WORDS! -- list of denominations for the young/female/male of the species, the collective noun, and the adjective.
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06:27
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01:45
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01:40
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BENTON!
via Glinner

update 2011-11-24: actually, it's FENTON

October 03 2011

learnnotto
22:33
match the pattern
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22:33
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September 22 2011

learnnotto
00:27

September 08 2011

learnnotto
20:01
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CATcerto. ENTIRE PERFORMANCE.
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20:00

September 04 2011

learnnotto
21:58

August 25 2011

learnnotto
00:46

August 23 2011

learnnotto
02:19
learnnotto
02:13
Daito Manabe of the 19th century

The Mechanism of Human Physiognomy | The Public Domain Review
"Plates from Guillaume-Benjamin Duchenne’s ‘Mécanisme de la Physionomie Humaine’, published by Jules Renouard, Paris, in 1862. By applying electrodes to male and female volunteers, Duchenne was able to activate individual muscles in the face. He saw the human face as a map, the features of which could be codified into universal taxonomies of inner states, with each muscle representing a ‘movement of the soul’. He listed 53 emotions that could be classified in terms of muscular action."
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