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Parallel Universes 'Exist And Interact' Says Landmark Study

Parallel Universes mathematically proved! Great news. An untold supply of headaches for future students!


'The Stanford Prevention Research Center launched a clinical research project to enroll thousands of people in California, China and Taiwan in a study exploring wellness and the connection between a sense of well-being and physical health.' Stanford’s Wellness Living Laboratory to explore wellness in U.S., China, Taiwan:

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from Metro

5 memorable teachers in Doctor Who's history

Do you see how he looks at her???? <3 Even dressed as a lunch lady he thought she was beautiful.


Photographer Focus | Flickr Check out this great shot - f o g f i n g e r s | marin county california by elmofoto ==> You can also find me on Instagram and Tumblr. Summer is fog season here in the San Francisco area. Odd as it seems its colder damper and more overcast during the summer months than it is the rest of the year. But there are a few spots that are elevated enough to get you above the fog where its sunnier warmer and not-overcast. My favorite place to get above the fog these past…

APOD: photo by Farmakopoulos Antonis; The California Nebula; Is in the Orion Arm of the Milky Way, as does our Sun, about 1500 ly distance. Also known as NGC 1499, is an emission nebula; The bright star to the right is most likely providing the starlight that ionizes much of the nebula's gas; located in Perseus, not far from the Pleiades.