This animation was created based on the images taken during the event. While Hubble took 20 images during the event, the hundreds of images needed for the animation were created from the original images using the measured rotation of Jupiter and the motions of the satellites and their shadows.
Scott Walker, ScEdD. Geographer, psychosocial learning environments researcher, yoga teacher apprentice.
Half female, half male.
Bilateral gynandromorphism is a rare genetic disorder occurring in insects, arachnids, crustaceans, and birds, where a strange combination of genetic material splits a creature perfectly in half, with one side male and one side female.
This is so god damn elegant and powerful. What even.
Good grief, is this real? Wow.
If even biological sex is so much more complicated than a simple binary why do we have so much trouble accepting gender diversity?
Labyrinth. #iphoneography #spirit
Sumerian star map from Ninive
Marine worm (20x)
Dr. Alvaro Migotto
University of São Paulo, São Paulo, Brazil
But if someone comes asking for bread, we cannot say, sorry we are too busy discovering our own riches; when we have found them, we’ll offer you a few. Our riches are precisely our sharing. And the world is very, very hungry.
Harvey Gillman, 1993
Quaker Faith and Practice 28.10
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