Specimen: StoolIdentify the ova?
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Specimen: Stool
Identify the ova?

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spaceplasma:

Titan, Dione, and Saturn

This animation is composed of sixteen wide-angle frames captured by Cassini on July 29, 2007. The images were taken through a filter in a methane “window,” so details in Saturn’s clouds and on Titan’s surface that are usually obscured by methane haze are visible. Each image has been colorized based upon other natural-color Cassini images.
Titan transits Saturn from left to right as much smaller, brighter Dione moves from right to left at the extreme right edge of this image. Saturn’s rings are seen edge-on so are almost invisible. The rings cast broad black shadows on Saturn’s northern hemisphere. The full-size version is best viewed as a Quicktime movie (264k)

Credit: NASA / JPL / SSI / color and animation by Gordan Ugarkovic

spaceplasma:

Titan, Dione, and Saturn

This animation is composed of sixteen wide-angle frames captured by Cassini on July 29, 2007. The images were taken through a filter in a methane “window,” so details in Saturn’s clouds and on Titan’s surface that are usually obscured by methane haze are visible. Each image has been colorized based upon other natural-color Cassini images.

Titan transits Saturn from left to right as much smaller, brighter Dione moves from right to left at the extreme right edge of this image. Saturn’s rings are seen edge-on so are almost invisible. The rings cast broad black shadows on Saturn’s northern hemisphere. The full-size version is best viewed as a Quicktime movie (264k)

Credit: NASA / JPL / SSI / color and animation by Gordan Ugarkovic

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Why is Quiet “Kept”? by Paul Hoover

They are crying out in restaurants,

so delighted to be speaking,

they appear to be insane.

But we are the silent types,

who hold speech within

like the rustle of gold foil.

We eat our words and swallow hard.

There’s nothing much to say.

The knot’s in its nest, breathing.

A hand thinks it’s a bird.

The world “nows”; it doesn’t know.

The world “wows.” Then it snows.

A word arrives, silent and upright.

It stands in profile against a white wall.

It’s here for safekeeping only.

Keep quiet, mice.

A cat’s patrolling the area,

with drones and more drones.

The keys we carry unlock us every day

and lock us up again.  Hushed is the ward.

Now conjugate, please, to werd and to werld.

One of us has just conceived

the sum for infinity:  plus one, plus one, plus one.

In the cosmological phone booth,

there’s always one more.

The fishing report’s too thick to read,

but its cadence is that of a god.

Waves and ships are passing.

We can barely discern the semaphores

flashing through the fog.

And here are the ones who walk the walk and talk the talk, 

blackening the day with news, with news. 

sagansense:

sci-universe:

Once one of the biggest sources of wonder, one half of the entire planet’s natural environment, the star-filled nights are vanishing in a yellow haze. Not only has it fogged our view of the stars, it also has been linked to human health problems, environmental disruptions (e.g. the death of migrating birds) and fundamental questions about the impact of a disappearing night sky on the intellectual and spiritual curiosity of future generations.

"No wonder ancient peoples shared a culture of sky lore, whereas modern peoples, who know nothing of the night sky, instead share a culture of evening TV."  — Neil deGrasse Tyson

These images above by Todd Carlson and Jeremy Stanley really show what we are missing every single night while living in a city.

Light pollution is a serious problem.

Learn more about light pollution HERE.

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OWL CITY - Vanilla Twilight

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Song for Future Books by Joanna Fuhrman

The book is made of glass and I look

through it and see more books.

Many glass books.

Is someone speaking?

A muffled voice is telling me

to make soup which I think

means I am loved.

What other kind of cup

fills itself?

Can there be a cup of cup?

A cup of itself?

Outside a black squirrel has wiggled

to the end

of a very skinny branch.

When the squirrel breathes

the whole tree shakes,

as if the squirrel were the soul

of the tree.

Have you ever felt like

such a tree?

Not sayin’

I have.

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spaceplasma:

Spiral galaxy ESO 137-001

This Hubble image shows ESO 137-001, a galaxy located in the southern constellation of Triangulum Australe (The Southern Triangle) — a delicate and beautiful spiral galaxy, but with a secret. The image not only captures the galaxy and its backdrop in stunning detail, but also something more dramatic — intense blue streaks streaming outwards from the galaxy, seen shining brightly in ultraviolet light.
These streaks are actually hot young stars, encased in wispy streams of gas that are being torn away from the galaxy by its surroundings as it moves through space. This violent galactic disrobing is due to a process known as ram pressure stripping — a drag force felt by an object moving through a fluid . The fluid in question here is superheated gas, which lurks at the centres of galaxy clusters.
This image combines NASA/ESA Hubble Space Telescope observations with data from the Chandra X-ray Observatory.

Credit: NASA, ESA, CXC

spaceplasma:

Spiral galaxy ESO 137-001

This Hubble image shows ESO 137-001, a galaxy located in the southern constellation of Triangulum Australe (The Southern Triangle) — a delicate and beautiful spiral galaxy, but with a secret. The image not only captures the galaxy and its backdrop in stunning detail, but also something more dramatic — intense blue streaks streaming outwards from the galaxy, seen shining brightly in ultraviolet light.

These streaks are actually hot young stars, encased in wispy streams of gas that are being torn away from the galaxy by its surroundings as it moves through space. This violent galactic disrobing is due to a process known as ram pressure stripping — a drag force felt by an object moving through a fluid . The fluid in question here is superheated gas, which lurks at the centres of galaxy clusters.

This image combines NASA/ESA Hubble Space Telescope observations with data from the Chandra X-ray Observatory.

Credit: NASA, ESA, CXC

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At the Touch of You by Witter Bynner

At the touch of you,
As if you were an archer with your swift hand at the bow,
The arrows of delight shot through my body.

You were spring,
And I the edge of a cliff,
And a shining waterfall rushed over me.

CHINESE SURGEONS HAVE REMOVED 42 PEARLS FROM A BODY OF OLD MAN..A 61-year-old man in China had to undergo emergency surgery to remove 42 pearls he had embedded in his body for years as part of an unusual remedy for his severe leg pain.Doctors at Nianlun Orthopaedics Hospital (NOH) in Changsha, Hunan Province in Central China removed the pearls from the waist, hip and legs of the man surnamed Zou last week.Zou suffered from intense lower back and leg pain for years. A friend introduced Zou to a doctor in Yiyang, Hunan Province, who suggested embedding 42 pearls under his skin, ‘Global Times’ reported.One of Zou’s relatives who underwent the therapy got better, so Zou also decided to get the procedure done in 2011.Zou began experiencing sharp pain in his legs last year, rendering him unable to walk.Doctors found that as a result of the unusual remedy, Zou had contracted bilateral femoral head necrosis, a condition where blood supply to the bone is interruptedFor answer and explanation , join our medical case discussion group https://www.facebook.com/groups/medclick/

CHINESE SURGEONS HAVE REMOVED 42 PEARLS FROM A BODY OF OLD MAN..
A 61-year-old man in China had to undergo emergency surgery to remove 42 pearls he had embedded in his body for years as part of an unusual remedy for his severe leg pain.

Doctors at Nianlun Orthopaedics Hospital (NOH) in Changsha, Hunan Province in Central China removed the pearls from the waist, hip and legs of the man surnamed Zou last week.

Zou suffered from intense lower back and leg pain for years. A friend introduced Zou to a doctor in Yiyang, Hunan Province, who suggested embedding 42 pearls under his skin, ‘Global Times’ reported.

One of Zou’s relatives who underwent the therapy got better, so Zou also decided to get the procedure done in 2011.

Zou began experiencing sharp pain in his legs last year, rendering him unable to walk.

Doctors found that as a result of the unusual remedy, Zou had contracted bilateral femoral head necrosis, a condition where blood supply to the bone is interrupted
For answer and explanation , join our medical case discussion group https://www.facebook.com/groups/medclick/

Mom and her sisters…. #mom #sisters

Mom and her sisters…. #mom #sisters