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(Here then is my traditional capstone image to what unexpectedly turned out to be a very sparse blogging year. This particular Martian sunset was observed by the Curiosity rover from Gale Crater on sol 312, or June 6, 2013. Images courtesy of NASA. Source.)


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(Another dawn on Chryse Planitia to kick start another year. This sunrise was photographed by the Viking 1 Lander on August 25, 1977, or sol 391. Here's the sunrise on sol 379. Original images courtesy of NASA. Source.)


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(Another dawn on Chryse Planitia to kick start another new year. Not sure on which sol Viking 1 photographed this sunrise, but it was 25 August 1977 terrestrial time. Original images courtesy of NASA. Source.)


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Pruned 2013-10-16 22:04:14
(Here then is my traditional capstone image to what unexpectedly turned out to be a very sparse blogging year. This particular Martian sunset was observed by the Curiosity rover from Gale Crater on sol 312, or 6 June 2013. Images courtesy of NASA. Source.)


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Pruned 2013-09-04 20:25:06
(?Stratosphere Giant? Coast Redwood, Humboldt Redwoods State Park, CA. Photo(s) by James Balog.) A very quick reminder that today is the last Sunday of March. That means it's International Tree Climbing Day! Go out and find yourself a nice tree, or any tree for that matter, and shimmy on up. Go survey your city anew, replay forgotten moments from your youth, domicile …


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(?Stratosphere Giant? Coast Redwood, Humboldt Redwoods State Park, CA. Photo(s) by James Balog.) A very quick reminder that today is the last Sunday of March. That means it's International Tree Climbing Day! Go out and find yourself a nice tree, or any tree for that matter, and shimmy on up. Go survey your city anew, replay forgotten moments from your youth, domicile …


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(?Stratosphere Giant? Coast Redwood, Humboldt Redwoods State Park, CA. Photo(s) by James Balog.)A very quick reminder that today is the last Sunday of March. That means it's International Tree Climbing Day! Go out and find yourself a nice tree, or any tree for that matter, and shimmy on up. Go survey your city anew, replay forgotten moments from your youth, domicile …


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Pruned 2013-03-06 08:37:00
(New Orleans after Hurricane Katrina.) Terreform ONE has released the brief for this year's ONE Prize Competition, challenging entrants to envision urban design strategies for coping with present and future ?severe climate dynamism.? How can cities adapt to the future challenges of extreme weather? The ONE Prize is a call to deploy sophisticated design to alleviate storm impact through various urban interventions such …


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(New Orleans after Hurricane Katrina.) Terreform ONE has released the brief for this year's ONE Prize Competition, challenging entrants to envision urban design strategies for coping with present and future ?severe climate dynamism.? How can cities adapt to the future challenges of extreme weather? The ONE Prize is a call to deploy sophisticated design to alleviate storm impact through various urban interventions such …


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(New Orleans after Hurricane Katrina.) Terreform ONE has released the brief for this year's ONE Prize Competition, challenging entrants to envision urban design strategies for coping with present and future ?severe climate dynamism.? How can cities adapt to the future challenges of extreme weather? The ONE Prize is a call to deploy sophisticated design to alleviate storm impact through various urban interventions such …


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(New Orleans after Hurricane Katrina.)Terreform ONE has released the brief for this year's ONE Prize Competition, challenging entrants to envision urban design strategies for coping with present and future ?severe climate dynamism.?How can cities adapt to the future challenges of extreme weather? The ONE Prize is a call to deploy sophisticated design to alleviate storm impact through various urban interventions such …


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(Via Beautiful Crystals.) One of the Marvelous detritus that Tumblr occasionally spits out is this large bismuth crystal. As with most things on Tumblr, no other information is given, especially whether this sample was found naturally occurring or artificially grown. It's most likely the latter, which would explain the highly pronounced stair-step lattice distinctive to hopper crystals like bismuth. This characteristic structure …


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(Via Beautiful Crystals.) One of the Marvelous detritus that Tumblr occasionally spits out is this large bismuth crystal. As with most things on Tumblr, no other information is given, especially whether this sample was found naturally occurring or artificially grown. It's most likely the latter, which would explain the highly pronounced stair-step lattice distinctive to hopper crystals like bismuth. This characteristic structure …


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(Via Beautiful Crystals.) One of the Marvelous detritus that Tumblr occasionally spits out is this large bismuth crystal. As with most things on Tumblr, no other information is given, especially whether this sample was found naturally occurring or artificially grown. It's most likely the latter, which would explain the highly pronounced stair-step lattice distinctive to hopper crystals like bismuth. This characteristic structure …


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(Via Beautiful Crystals.)One of the Marvelous detritus that Tumblr occasionally spits out is this large bismuth crystal. As with most things on Tumblr, no other information is given, especially whether this sample was found naturally occurring or artificially grown. It's most likely the latter, which would explain the highly pronounced stair-step lattice distinctive to hopper crystals like bismuth. This characteristic structure …


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(Smart rat. Photo courtesy of Anna Flagg. Source [pdf].) ?Scientists have connected the brains of a pair of animals and allowed them to share sensory information,? reports The Guardian today. This is a ?major step towards what the researchers call the world's first 'organic computer.'? The US team fitted two rats with devices called brain-to-brain interfaces that let the animals collaborate on …


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(Smart rat. Photo courtesy of Anna Flagg. Source [pdf].) ?Scientists have connected the brains of a pair of animals and allowed them to share sensory information,? reports The Guardian today. This is a ?major step towards what the researchers call the world's first 'organic computer.'? The US team fitted two rats with devices called brain-to-brain interfaces that let the animals collaborate on …


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(Smart rat. Photo courtesy of Anna Flagg. Source [pdf].) ?Scientists have connected the brains of a pair of animals and allowed them to share sensory information,? reports The Guardian today. This is a ?major step towards what the researchers call the world's first 'organic computer.'? The US team fitted two rats with devices called brain-to-brain interfaces that let the animals collaborate on …


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(Smart rat. Photo courtesy of Anna Flagg. Source [pdf].)?Scientists have connected the brains of a pair of animals and allowed them to share sensory information,? reports The Guardian today. This is a ?major step towards what the researchers call the world's first 'organic computer.'? The US team fitted two rats with devices called brain-to-brain interfaces that let the animals collaborate on …


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Pruned 2013-02-27 21:43:00
With winter weather wreaking havoc in the airspace above Pruned HQ, Chicago, I thought I'd post a small portion of a VFR map that someone digitized and then overlaid on Google Maps. The map covers the continental United States plus Alaska and Hawaii, parts of Canada and Mexico, and a good chunk of the Caribbean. (Visual flight rules for the Chicago area.) Quoting …


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