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Michael Q Todd112,692[X]Pendapalooza FOURTEEN (14) Friday April 25, 2014 300 p.m. E.S.T to Sunday April 27, 2014 3:00 p.m. E.S.T. This is THE EVENT to get your stock noticed and REALLY network with folks on Empire Avenue.  Here is a short explanation of how it works and how to get involved  http://www.michaelqtodd.com/xpendapalooza-empire-avenue Se ya there[X]Xpendapalooza on Empire Avenue2014-04-26 04:00:00114  
Julie Christine Stoian27,948This week, we're talking about multi-tasking and how it affects your marriage. Andrew and I are in a heated debate about a man's supposed inability to multi-task. Uh-huh. Be prepared to get your chat on! And someone somewhere said we should hashtag the marriage show as #sassyslurryjulie  because Andrew and I will be drinking through the whole show! If you think you could add something to our show, shoot me a line at Julie@fabulousblogging.com and we'll work you in as a guest! *About the Hosts* Julie DeNeen has been a blogger for many years, much to the chagrin of her ever-patience husband Andrew. After nearly 12 years of marriage spanning more than half their respective lifetimes, and a host of potential "marriage-breakers" that many couples don't see EVER, Julie and Andrew are taking their marriage advice to the streets. But this ain't yo Mama's advice about cooking for your husband or buying your wife a bouquet of roses on Valentine's Day. This is about laughing... Cause otherwise you'll die. Marriage is too tough, too crazy, and too sacred...not to laugh your way through it. *Join us for our show this Sunday evening March 16th at 9pm EST!* Hosted by http://julieDeNeen.com, Purveyor of Fine Opinions.You Have to Laugh...Cause Otherwise You'll Die!2014-03-17 02:00:0020  
Julie Christine Stoian27,948Julie DeNeen has been a blogger for many years, much to the chagrin of her ever-patience husband Andrew. After nearly 12 years of marriage spanning more than half their respective lifetimes, and a host of potential "marriage-breakers" that many couples don't see EVER, Julie and Andrew are taking their marriage advice to the streets. But this ain't yo Mama's advice about cooking for your husband or buying your wife a bouquet of roses on Valentine's Day. This is about laughing... *Cause otherwise you'll die.* Marriage is too tough, too crazy, and too sacred...not to laugh your way through it. Join us for our debut show this Sunday evening March 9th at 9pm EST! Hosted by JulieDeNeen.com, Purveyor of Fine Opinions.You Have to Laugh...Cause Otherwise You Will Die.2014-03-10 02:00:0038  

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For those of you who had a rough week:

http://mrdoob.com/lab/javascript/effects/solitaire/

For those of you who had a rough week:

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2015-04-08 02:32:12 (1 comments, 2 reshares, 3 +1s)Open 

This tweet can help 3 #STEM girls win a scholarship.

I'm in a scholarship contest at my school: whoever receives the most retweets and faves wins a scholarship (which I and the two others on my team could totally use.)

A bit about us:
We're a team consisting of two bio majors and one chem major. We're also all researchers. By retweeting, you are seriously directly supporting our education for which we are ridiculously grateful.

- Fawn is awesome at Organic chemistry and is starting cancer research and is hoping to go to graduate school for Organic chemistry.

- Jasmine loves studying viruses and wants to study virology in graduate school. She is currently doing research with two professors and will be doing research in biology over the Summer.

- I'm the chemistry major with an interest in physics. I currently do research in molecular... more »

This tweet can help 3 #STEM girls win a scholarship.

I'm in a scholarship contest at my school: whoever receives the most retweets and faves wins a scholarship (which I and the two others on my team could totally use.)

A bit about us:
We're a team consisting of two bio majors and one chem major. We're also all researchers. By retweeting, you are seriously directly supporting our education for which we are ridiculously grateful.

- Fawn is awesome at Organic chemistry and is starting cancer research and is hoping to go to graduate school for Organic chemistry.

- Jasmine loves studying viruses and wants to study virology in graduate school. She is currently doing research with two professors and will be doing research in biology over the Summer.

- I'm the chemistry major with an interest in physics. I currently do research in molecular dynamics and would like to go to grad school for physical chemistry or particle physics.

About the scholarship:
The idea is to spread awareness of the dangers of texting and driving. Don't feel like you have to retweet or fave.___

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Glacial waterfall

Glacial waterfall___

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2015-03-09 00:50:59 (2 comments, 0 reshares, 4 +1s)Open 

CAPTION PLEASE......LOL.....😆😁😃

CAPTION PLEASE......LOL.....😆😁😃___

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Wtf?!

Wtf?!___

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Rock bottom

Rock bottom___

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The Women in Science Expo (WiSE) is the next big event we are hosting at Purdue University North Central. It's a FREE event introducing young science girls to women in STEM fields.

If you are a woman in a STEM field, or know a STEMette who might be interested pass this along. Registration is open.
http://sciencewomen.org

The Women in Science Expo (WiSE) is the next big event we are hosting at Purdue University North Central. It's a FREE event introducing young science girls to women in STEM fields.

If you are a woman in a STEM field, or know a STEMette who might be interested pass this along. Registration is open.
http://sciencewomen.org___

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2015-02-25 02:26:58 (2 comments, 0 reshares, 9 +1s)Open 

#CFPics #funny



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A Russian soldier playing an abandoned piano in Chechnya in 1994.

A Russian soldier playing an abandoned piano in Chechnya in 1994.___

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Jimmy Tran / via shutterstock

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Yosemite Falls, USA.
Yosemite Falls is the highest waterfall in North America. Located in Yosemite National Park in the Sierra Nevada of California, it is a major attraction in the park, especially in late spring when the water flow is at its peak. The total 2,425 feet (739 m) from the top of the upper fall to the base of the lower fall qualifies Yosemite Falls as the sixth highest waterfall in the world, though with the recent discovery of Gocta Cataracts, it appears on some lists as seventh.
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#yosemitefalls #waterfalls #waterfall #waterfallphotography #nationalpark #USA #northamerica #travel #nature  

Yosemite Falls, USA.
Yosemite Falls is the highest waterfall in North America. Located in Yosemite National Park in the Sierra Nevada of California, it is a major attraction in the park, especially in late spring when the water flow is at its peak. The total 2,425 feet (739 m) from the top of the upper fall to the base of the lower fall qualifies Yosemite Falls as the sixth highest waterfall in the world, though with the recent discovery of Gocta Cataracts, it appears on some lists as seventh.
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#yosemitefalls #waterfalls #waterfall #waterfallphotography #nationalpark #USA #northamerica #travel #nature  ___

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2015-02-21 06:45:24 (2 comments, 0 reshares, 3 +1s)Open 

CSHhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh

CSHhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh___

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Happy  #Caturday  
http://on.fb.me/1AefiEm

Happy  #Caturday  
http://on.fb.me/1AefiEm___

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2015-02-21 00:27:14 (3 comments, 1 reshares, 3 +1s)Open 

Help Stanford University scientists studying Alzheimer's, Huntington's, Parkinson's, and many cancers by simply running a piece of software on your computer or game console. http://folding.stanford.edu

Help Stanford University scientists studying Alzheimer's, Huntington's, Parkinson's, and many cancers by simply running a piece of software on your computer or game console. http://folding.stanford.edu___

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Wild Sea

What i really love about my recent trip to the North is that it is impossible to describe the feelings when you stand in the middle of that stunning Landscapes. I love to feel the Elements and the Power of Nature and that`s why i love Landscape Photography so much :) So even in the case some of the shots wouldn`t turn out good, the pictures in your head will stay there forever :)

Have a great Sunday everybody!

Connect with me:
www.facebook.com/TomDraxlerPhotography
www.flickr.com/photos/tomdraxler/
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#LandscapePhotography +Landscape Photography +Margaret Tompkins +Kevin Rowe +Toshi Nakamura +Tony Phillips +Jeff Beddow +Kevin O'Connell Fine Art +Dennis Hoffbuhr +Dave Gaylord +Doug Hagadorn +Eric Drumm +RJ Wilner 
#10000photographers by +Robert SKREINER 
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Wild Sea

What i really love about my recent trip to the North is that it is impossible to describe the feelings when you stand in the middle of that stunning Landscapes. I love to feel the Elements and the Power of Nature and that`s why i love Landscape Photography so much :) So even in the case some of the shots wouldn`t turn out good, the pictures in your head will stay there forever :)

Have a great Sunday everybody!

Connect with me:
www.facebook.com/TomDraxlerPhotography
www.flickr.com/photos/tomdraxler/
http://instagram.com/tomdrax/




#LandscapePhotography +Landscape Photography +Margaret Tompkins +Kevin Rowe +Toshi Nakamura +Tony Phillips +Jeff Beddow +Kevin O'Connell Fine Art +Dennis Hoffbuhr +Dave Gaylord +Doug Hagadorn +Eric Drumm +RJ Wilner 
#10000photographers by +Robert SKREINER 
+10000 PHOTOGRAPHERS
#StunningMoment +Stunning Moment by +Alycia Miller +Zvonimir Fras
#hqsplandscape , +HQSP Landscape curated by +Michael Garza +Nader El Assy +Vinod Krishnamoorthy +Luca Ferroglio +midori chan +Craig Loxley +Rob Tilley
#BTPLandscapePro – +BTP Landscape Pro . founded by +Rinus Bakker , owned by +Nancy Dempsey ,curated by +Nancy Dempsey___

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Apollo 16 lunar module pilot Charles M. Duke Jr. left this photo of his family on the surface of the moon.

Apollo 16 lunar module pilot Charles M. Duke Jr. left this photo of his family on the surface of the moon.___

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You are stardust

You are stardust___

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Please just don't.

Please just don't.___

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A slow blog can kill traffic

A slow blog can kill traffic___

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10 (sort of crazy) social media stats.

10 (sort of crazy) social media stats.___

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Mountain Village, Iran - Imgur

Mountain Village, Iran - Imgur___

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Know anything else you think everyone should know about how touchscreens work? Share your knowledge in the comments below!

Know anything else you think everyone should know about how touchscreens work? Share your knowledge in the comments below!___

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Soap for all the mineral aficionados out there

Buy it here: https://www.etsy.com/ca/shop/RockHoundSoap?ref=l2-shopheader-name

Soap for all the mineral aficionados out there

Buy it here: https://www.etsy.com/ca/shop/RockHoundSoap?ref=l2-shopheader-name___

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Every ship that has ever carried humans into space

Image: Heaney555 (Reddit)

Every ship that has ever carried humans into space

Image: Heaney555 (Reddit)___

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The sand in Okinawa, Japan is made up of tiny stars which are actually exoskeletons of animals that lived 550 million years ago.

Image: ASAPScience

The sand in Okinawa, Japan is made up of tiny stars which are actually exoskeletons of animals that lived 550 million years ago.

Image: ASAPScience___

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Image: Curiosity

Image: Curiosity___

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Solving Maths Equations as Simple as Taking a Picture
#wow    #free   #ios   #windows    #smartphone   #app  

via http://bit.ly/bouchac

PhotoMath App [FREE]
Currently meant to help children, the PhotoMath app is limited to a middle school level of math, as noted by the company's blog post celebrating the app's success, "At this stage it can solve basic arithmetics, fractions, decimals, powers, roots, linear equations and functions like log, exp, sin, cos. It can recognize printed characters only, not handwritten text. The app doesn't solve word problems, geometry, or calculus."

The PhotoMath app is currently available for iOS and Windows Phone users via App Store and Windows Phone Store. Android users would have to wait until 2015 to get their hands on the equation solving app.

More info:http:... more »

Solving Maths Equations as Simple as Taking a Picture
#wow    #free   #ios   #windows    #smartphone   #app  

via http://bit.ly/bouchac

PhotoMath App [FREE]
Currently meant to help children, the PhotoMath app is limited to a middle school level of math, as noted by the company's blog post celebrating the app's success, "At this stage it can solve basic arithmetics, fractions, decimals, powers, roots, linear equations and functions like log, exp, sin, cos. It can recognize printed characters only, not handwritten text. The app doesn't solve word problems, geometry, or calculus."

The PhotoMath app is currently available for iOS and Windows Phone users via App Store and Windows Phone Store. Android users would have to wait until 2015 to get their hands on the equation solving app.

More info:
http://gadgets.ndtv.com/apps/news/photomath-app-makes-solving-maths-equations-as-simple-as-taking-a-picture-611706___

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2014-10-26 01:45:28 (5 comments, 0 reshares, 10 +1s)Open 

Celebrity dopplegangers

Celebrity dopplegangers___

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2014-10-01 03:14:29 (0 comments, 1 reshares, 3 +1s)Open 

The Gripping Hand

The image above shows a pair of colliding spiral galaxies known as Arp 274. What’s interesting is not that they happen to be colliding, but that the two galaxies are spiraling in opposite directions. The one on the left spirals in a clockwise direction, while the one on the right spins in a counterclockwise direction. Sometimes we’ll refer to the left galaxy as left-handed, while the right one is right-handed. The reason is that if you hold hands up with your thumbs pointing at yourself, you’ll see the fingers on your left hand curve clockwise, and the fingers on your right hand curve counterclockwise.

These two galaxies just happen to spiral in opposite directions, but it raises an interesting question. Is there a statistical bias to the orientation of spiral galaxies? That is, are there more left handed spiral galaxies than right handed ones, or viceversa... more »

The Gripping Hand

The image above shows a pair of colliding spiral galaxies known as Arp 274. What’s interesting is not that they happen to be colliding, but that the two galaxies are spiraling in opposite directions. The one on the left spirals in a clockwise direction, while the one on the right spins in a counterclockwise direction. Sometimes we’ll refer to the left galaxy as left-handed, while the right one is right-handed. The reason is that if you hold hands up with your thumbs pointing at yourself, you’ll see the fingers on your left hand curve clockwise, and the fingers on your right hand curve counterclockwise.

These two galaxies just happen to spiral in opposite directions, but it raises an interesting question. Is there a statistical bias to the orientation of spiral galaxies? That is, are there more left handed spiral galaxies than right handed ones, or vice versa? Intuitively you would think not. If galaxies are oriented in random directions, then we’d expect to see an even mix of right and left handed spiral galaxies (when we can tell a direction). Still, with crowdsourced science it is a fairly straightforward thing to test, and this is exactly what was done over at Galaxy Zoo.

What the team did was take images of about 35,000 spiral galaxies, and had volunteers determine whether each one was right-handed or left-handed. They made sure each galaxy was evaluated by multiple people, and only took a direction as “determined” if 4 out of 5 volunteers agreed on a particular direction. What they found was of the clearly decided spiral galaxies, about 52% were right-handed, and 48% left-handed. This is very clearly a bias toward right-handed galaxies. The chance of that happening purely by chance is about 1 in 400 trillion.

That might seem like clear evidence of some inherent handedness to spiral galaxies, but you have to be careful about drawing conclusions too quickly. One of the well known phenomena in psychology is the fact that people have a bias towards right-handedness. Whether it is innate or culturally driven is not clear, but in general we tend to prefer right-handed things to left-handed ones. Of course the way to check for this bias is to flip all the images and run the test again. If there really is a handedness to spiral galaxies, then we should see the left-handed galaxies outnumber the right-handed ones. What actually happens is the results are unchanged. You again get about 52% right-handed and 48% left handed.

In the words of Pogo, “We have met the enemy, and he is us.” The bias is real, but it’s due to human observers rather than a physical bias in spiral galaxies. This is why you need to be careful with crowdsourced data, particularly when that data depends upon a human judgement call.

For example, a couple years ago a paper came out showing an interesting pattern in the directions of spiral galaxies. Looking in one direction of the universe, there was a slight bias of right-handed spiral galaxies, while looking in the opposite direction there was a slight bias of left-handed galaxies. This is interesting because it is exactly what you would expect to see if there is an innate handedness to the universe.

To understand why handedness should vary with direction, imagine you and a friend are standing on opposite sides of a street. You see a car drive slowly along the road. From your vantage point, you see the car move from right to left, and you see the tires clearly rotating in a right-handed (counterclockwise) direction. Your friend, however, sees the car move from left to right, and sees the tires rotate in a left-handed (clockwise) direction. The tires are all rotating in the same way, but you and your friend see the tires rotate with different handedness because you view things from opposite directions. The same is true for the universe. If all the spiral galaxies rotated the same way, we should expect to see right-handed spirals in one direction of the sky, and left-handed spirals in the opposite direction.

This effect is small, but the odds of it being purely chance is about 1 in 10,000. But is this a real signal, or is it noise. The author did account for left-right bias by flipping images and such, but given that human bias can give a 1 in 400 trillion shift, it’s hard to be sure that human bias has been completely accounted for. So it’s an interesting result, but not really a compelling result.

I should emphasize that human bias does not mean that all crowd-sourced data is worthless, or even that this particular work with spiral galaxies is bad. It simply means that crowd analyzed data must be dealt with carefully so that human bias doesn’t creep into your results. But that’s an issue even professionals have to deal with.

After all, everyone tends to favor their gripping hand.

Image: NASA

Paper: Michael J. Longo. Detection of a Dipole in the Handedness of Spiral Galaxies with Redshifts z ~ 0.04. arXiv:1104.2815 [astro-ph.CO] (2011)___

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Fall Colors Arriving

A few days after autumn showed up on the calendar in the Northern Hemisphere, it showed up on the landscape of North America. The Moderate Resolution Imaging Spectroradiometer (MODIS) on NASA’s Terra satellite captured this view of fall colors around the Great Lakes on Sept. 26, 2014.

The changing of leaf color in temperate forests involves several causes and reactions, but the dominant factors are sunlight and heat. Since temperatures tend to drop sooner and sunlight fades faster at higher latitudes, the progression of fall color changes tends to move from north to south across North America from mid-September through mid-November.

Image Credit: Jeff Schmaltz at NASA GSFC. Caption by Mike Carlowicz.
#fall #autumn #leaves #fallleaves #autumnleaves #seasons #seasonalchange #greatlakes #nasa #earth #earthpics #modis

Fall Colors Arriving

A few days after autumn showed up on the calendar in the Northern Hemisphere, it showed up on the landscape of North America. The Moderate Resolution Imaging Spectroradiometer (MODIS) on NASA’s Terra satellite captured this view of fall colors around the Great Lakes on Sept. 26, 2014.

The changing of leaf color in temperate forests involves several causes and reactions, but the dominant factors are sunlight and heat. Since temperatures tend to drop sooner and sunlight fades faster at higher latitudes, the progression of fall color changes tends to move from north to south across North America from mid-September through mid-November.

Image Credit: Jeff Schmaltz at NASA GSFC. Caption by Mike Carlowicz.
#fall #autumn #leaves #fallleaves #autumnleaves #seasons #seasonalchange #greatlakes #nasa #earth #earthpics #modis___

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