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Nautilus Live: Rare Sperm Whale Encounter!

Recently there was a rare sperm whale encounter observed by the Nautilus Exploration team in the Gulf of Mexico. The sperm whale was observed in the deep sea at approximately 600 meters off the coast of Louisiana. 54 more words


Everyone deserves a spot on the map

Seems silly that someone would even think of excluding areas/places/things from maps because they didn’t seem worthy enough, right? Or that some places get priority or more show depending on how many $$$ they are willing to spen to get their name on the map? 407 more words

Crowdsourced squirrels

This post is a chance to share my favourite thing in my garden and a fantastic crowdsourced research project.

The black squirrel in this video… 153 more words


Wherever you go, I will go; wherever you live, I will live. Your people will be my people, and your God will be my God… Ruth 1. (Moab, March 2014)


PubhD Nottingham #15 (22 April 2015): Materials Science, Mapping, and Education

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Wednesday 22 April 2015 at 7:30 p.m.


The Vat and Fiddle pub (in the Golding’s Room), 173 more words


Week 10


Find a metaphor

Bridges and walls

Both metaphors helped me to find ideas and concepts for my work as a social worker. I always tried to create programs that build bridges between people in a way to connect them, to reduce boundaries, and to take fear for the unknown away. 855 more words