Nudi Series & Quiz: Chromodoris (1)

Nice post Indah and great information added to your magazine as well Ian

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Marine Life mediumThe 13th edition of Marine Life monthly post is sponsored by Dive InspireDive Inspire offers unique products inspired by the beautiful and colorful marine life from our oceans. You can win one of their products if you can answer the quiz correctly. Trust me, you don’t have to be a marine biologist to join the quiz. Let’s get to know the nudibranch and grab the gifts!

Nudi is a nick name for the Nudibranch. You may think it is related to naked, yes, it is! Nudibranch means “naked gill”. It is an invertebrate animal from the molluscs group that can be found anywhere in the oceans. They are more diverse in tropical seawater like in Thailand, the Philippines, Malaysia and Indonesia. There are more than 100 groups of Nudibranch; and Chromodoris is one of the more popular ones because it has a large number of species. Chromodoris is also called Goniobranchus.

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LOVE IS A SMOKE

Love is a drug and so is smoking , one damages the heart the other comes from the heart ❤️ Nice post Jinx x

Artist gives old photographs a new life by adding colour and surreal backstories

artist recolours old photographs to bring them back to lifeThe one thing missing from all vintage photos: a flying goldfish (Picture: Costica Acsinte Archive/Jane Long)

Giving old photos a whole new life.

Artist Jane Long‘s Dancing with Costica project takes old photographs and brings them back to life, recolouring the images and giving each of the photographer’s characters their own imagined backstory.

Jane says she started the project to brush up on her retouching skills, but quickly got caught up in Costica’s images, wondering what the stories of the people in the pictures could be.

She says: ‘I wanted to bring them to life. But more than that, I wanted to give them a story.

Original Article: http://metro.co.uk/2015/08/19/artist-gives-old-photographs-a-new-life-by-adding-colour-and-surreal-backstories-5348923/

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Added your great post here as well Semra 🌹

YA BAKİ ENTEL BAKİ

salah,namaz, semra 4

If it were not for three, the son of Adam would not have lowered his head: death, illness, and poverty. Other than that, however, he is proud.

Eğer fakirlik,hastalık ve ölüm olmasaydı.Adem oğlunun kibrinin şiddetinden başı eğilmez olurdu.

― Hasan Al-Basri Rahimullah

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Lifecycle of a Power Plant Lump of Coal

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Originally posted August 16, 2013:

Fifty Percent of our electricity is derived from coal. Did you ever wonder what has to take place for that to happen? I thought I would walk through the lifecycle of a piece of coal to give you an idea. I will not start back when the it was still a tree in a prehistoric world where dinosaurs grew long necks to reach the branches. I will begin when the large scoop shovel digs it out of the ground and loads it onto a coal truck.

The coal is loaded onto trucks like these before it is dumped onto the train cars. This photo was found at http://www.gillettechamber.com/events/eventdetail.aspx?EventID=2827 The coal is loaded onto trucks like these before it is dumped onto the train cars. This photo was found at http://www.gillettechamber.com/events/eventdetail.aspx?EventID=2827

The coal for the power plant in North Central Oklahoma came from Wyoming. There were trains from the Black Thunder Mine and the Powder River Basin.

Coal Trains on their way to power plants Coal Trains on their way to power plants

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Page out of innovation: A book that filters water

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The next time you want to get clean water, all you need to do is tear a page from your very own “drinkable super book”.

http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/home/science/Page-out-of-innovation-A-book-that-filters-water/articleshow/48521298.cms?from=mdr

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was ristorante (restaurant), and now…a ruin