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February 05 2015

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FRANK

FRANK, MAN, YOU’RE ALIVE

I JUST…

I SAW THIS HANDBAG MAN

IT LOOKED JUST LIKE YOU.

OH FRANK I’M SO RELIEVED.

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January 31 2015

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Valentino Haute Couture Spring/Summer 2015, Hair Details.

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Only 90’s cats will understand.

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Before And After Photos Of Caterpillars Becoming Butterflies

var imagebase='file://D:/Program Files (x86)/FeedReader/'; Before And After Photos Of Caterpillars Becoming Butterflies (38 pics) 15:56 27.10.2014, Maxx, amazing, World Of Technology It's incredible to think that caterpillars can make such an impressive transformation when they become butterflies. They may transform themselves but as you're about to see, they still share some resemblance to their previous look.

Brahmin Moth


Cecropia


Spicebush Swallowtail


Black Swallowtail


Polyura Sempronius


Acraga Coa


Acharia Stimulea

Phobetron Pithecium

Glass Winged Butterfly


Cerura Vinula

Flannel Moth

Blue Morpho

Isochaetes Beutenmuelleri

Hubbard’s Small Silkmoth

Isa Textula

Pipevine Swallowtail

Spotted Apatelodes

Io Moth

Attacus Atlas


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New Clock May End Time As We Know It : NPR

Maybe its because we don't understand time, that we keep trying to measure it more accurately. But that desire to pin down the elusive ticking of the clock may soon be the undoing of time as we know it: The next generation of clocks will not tell time in a way that most people understand.

At the heart of this new clock is the element strontium. Inside a small chamber, the strontium atoms are suspended in a lattice of crisscrossing laser beams. Researchers then give them a little ping, like ringing a bell. The strontium vibrates at an incredibly fast frequency. It's a natural atomic metronome ticking out teeny, teeny fractions of a second.

This new clock can keep perfect time for 5 billion years.

But this new clock has run into a big problem: This thing we call time doesn't tick at the same rate everywhere in the universe. Or even on our planet.

Time itself is flowing more quickly on the wall than on the floor. These differences didn't really matter until now. But this new clock is so sensitive, little changes in height throw it way off. This new clock can sense the pace of time speeding up as it moves inch by inch away from the earth's core.

-- read more at npr.org

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