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This 3D Video From the Hubble Telescope Will Blow Your Mind

This is incredible. Watch.

From Sploid…

This visualization provides a three-dimensional perspective on Hubble’s 25th anniversary image of the nebula Gum 29 with the star cluster Westerlund 2 at its core.


Anonymous: The Illusion Of Project Blue Beam, 2015

The only part I didn’t like about this video are the CGI UFOs near the end. Everything else matches what I’ve researched. See my Project Blue Beam page for more proof. 11 more words


What We Talk About When We Talk About Sex

The manner in which societies and cultures have constructed gender and gender identity has been changing for ages. Although an academic or philosophical dichotomy was not acknowledged for several thousand years, the separation of physiology and gender identity has existed perhaps since the dawn of man. 1,620 more words

"Some crumpled fragments coughed up by an owl"

An Italian zoologist bent over the small piece of bone with his magnifying glass back in 1968 and smiled. He may have whooped with joy. In his gloved hand he held a lower right piece of a jaw bone that he extracted from an owl pellet. 145 more words


Yuri's Night @ The Great Lakes Science Center

By Long Shot Contributor Brett Bennett, with photos by Morgan Bennett

In late February, I received an email from Doug that read “Possible opportunity for you if interested.” For those of you who don’t know, he has never been someone who is short on words especially when in written form so my interest was definitely enticed by this unusual brevity of his. 1,702 more words

Thoughts, Speculations, Whatnot

The Bionic Parent

A recent article on the BBC pondered on whether or not people would choose to have amputations so their birth limbs could be replaced with bionic ones. 855 more words