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Matt Hall

Matt Hall 

The woods are lovely, dark and deep. But I've miles to go, to get back to my Jeep.

Occupation: Dungeon master. (Baba Yaga's Hut)

Location: North Adams, MA

Birthday: 01/03

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Henry A. Otero (Hanko9)130,902The HISTORY® original series Vikings transports us to the brutal and mysterious world of Ragnar Lothbrok _(Travis Fimmel)_, a Viking warrior and farmer who yearns to explore—and raid—the distant shores across the ocean. His ambition puts him at odds with local chieftain Earl Haraldson _(Gabriel Byrne)_, who insists on sending his raiders to the impoverished east rather than the uncharted west. When Ragnar teams up with his boat builder friend Floki _(Gustaf Skarsgard)_ to craft a new generation of intrepid ships capable of conquering the rough northern seas, the stage is set for conflict. But for all its warfare and bloodshed, Vikings is also a story of family and brotherhood, capturing the love and affection between Ragnar and his wife, Lagertha _(Katheryn Winnick)_, a respected warrior in her own right. It is the tale of Ragnar’s brother Rollo _(Clive Standen)_, a fierce fighter who simmers with jealously; of Earl Haraldson’s wife Siggy _(Jessalyn Gilsig)_, a dutiful beauty who may be less than loyal; and of the monk Athelstan _(George Blagden)_, whose Christian morals clash with the Vikings’ pagan society. As ambition and innovation rattle a civilization, these characters will be put to the test—and their way of life will never be the same again. Vikings was created and written by Michael Hirst _(Elizabeth, The Tudors)_. Vikings, HISTORY's first scripted series, premieres Sunday 3.3.13 at 10/9c. http://history.com/vikings Add the +Vikings Circle Page to your TV Show circles for show updates and... Join the Vikings G+ Community to discuss the show and each episode! https://plus.google.com/communities/114114270073600513051 #Vikings  Vikings [Series Premiere]2013-03-04 04:00:0080  
Fraser Cain992,176To celebrate the landing of NASA's Curiosity Rover - the Mars Science Laboratory - we'll be running a special live hangout.  In conjunction with @106911959181067745693. We'll have all your favorite space/astronomy journalists on hand to discuss the mission in depth, and celebrate the landing live, when it happens. Join Fraser Cain, @109036978092446954908, @108952536790629690817 and @102887292457967781591 for this special event. Over the course of this 4-hour Google+ Hangout on Air, we'll interview members of the Curiosity team live in the hangout, as well as other special guests from the @111419948721791453320 and the @108759765804984663877. @109479143173251353583 and @107051665537162034944 will be on location at the Jet Propulsion Laboratory to interview members of the engineering team, and show you what it's like to be at NASA during this amazing moment. We'll update this event as we lock down more of the guests and participants. See you there! You can follow the hashtag #marshangout   (this will replace our regular Sunday night @100902337165997768522)Google+ Hangout - Curiosity Landing Coverage2012-08-06 05:00:004843  

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2016-07-24 05:30:20 (2 comments; 2 reshares; 10 +1s; )Open 

Rope and twine are critical components in the technology of mobile hunters and gatherers. Prof. Nicholas Conard and members of his team, present the discovery of a tool used to make rope in today‘s edition of the journal: Archäologische Ausgrabungen Baden-Württemberg.

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Rope and twine are critical components in the technology of mobile hunters and gatherers. Prof. Nicholas Conard and members of his team, present the discovery of a tool used to make rope in today‘s edition of the journal: Archäologische Ausgrabungen Baden-Württemberg.

Rope and twine are critical components in the technology of mobile hunters and gatherers. Prof. Nicholas Conard and members of his team, present the discovery of a tool used to make rope in today‘s edition of the journal: Archäologische Ausgrabungen Baden-Württemberg.___

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2016-07-22 17:23:38 (2 comments; 0 reshares; 7 +1s; )Open 

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Medieval Traffic Problems
"The medieval city was seen as a crowded, bustling place, with people, horses, carts and wagons all moving around. Just as in our modern city, this would all lead to inevitable traffic problems."

Medieval Traffic Problems
"The medieval city was seen as a crowded, bustling place, with people, horses, carts and wagons all moving around. Just as in our modern city, this would all lead to inevitable traffic problems."___

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2016-07-21 23:53:38 (0 comments; 1 reshares; 12 +1s; )Open 

Ancient feces provides earliest evidence of infectious disease being carried on Silk Road

Ancient feces provides earliest evidence of infectious disease being carried on Silk Road___

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2016-07-21 23:09:11 (0 comments; 0 reshares; 2 +1s; )Open 

It's too easy to overlook the huge impact that roads like route 66 had at the time, all of a sudden you were connected to the entire US in a different way. This map from 1928 shows some of the connecting routes and all the stops along the way, up to Denver and Cheyenne, or Ogden Utah. #oldmapgallery #route66 #oldmaps #throwbackthursday

It's too easy to overlook the huge impact that roads like route 66 had at the time, all of a sudden you were connected to the entire US in a different way. This map from 1928 shows some of the connecting routes and all the stops along the way, up to Denver and Cheyenne, or Ogden Utah. #oldmapgallery #route66 #oldmaps #throwbackthursday___

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2016-07-21 12:48:59 (0 comments; 2 reshares; 7 +1s; )Open 

A handbook to shopping in ancient Rome
If you fancied some serious retail therapy in the ancient world then, as Claire Holleran reveals, the streets of Rome were the place to be...

A handbook to shopping in ancient Rome
If you fancied some serious retail therapy in the ancient world then, as Claire Holleran reveals, the streets of Rome were the place to be...___

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2016-07-20 13:52:14 (1 comments; 3 reshares; 12 +1s; )Open 

The ancient Egyptians had their pyramids, the Greeks, their sculptures and temples. And everybody knows about the Maya and their famous calendar. But other ancient peoples get short shrift in world history. Here are a handful of long-lost cultures that don't get the name recognition they deserve.

http://buff.ly/29S5Uzz #AncientHistory #Culture #History

The ancient Egyptians had their pyramids, the Greeks, their sculptures and temples. And everybody knows about the Maya and their famous calendar. But other ancient peoples get short shrift in world history. Here are a handful of long-lost cultures that don't get the name recognition they deserve.

http://buff.ly/29S5Uzz #AncientHistory #Culture #History___

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2016-07-20 13:28:06 (0 comments; 0 reshares; 9 +1s; )Open 

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The Sea of Tranquility-where Buzz Aldrin & Neil Armstrong landed on this day in 1969, was named for the first time on this 1651 map! vi‏@bhgross144___Via +Vicky Veritas 

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2016-07-20 13:23:49 (0 comments; 1 reshares; 10 +1s; )Open 

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2016-07-19 17:38:42 (0 comments; 0 reshares; 5 +1s; )Open 

The sadness when the hike is done and it's time to get back in the jeep.

The sadness when the hike is done and it's time to get back in the jeep.___

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2016-07-19 16:46:28 (0 comments; 0 reshares; 13 +1s; )Open 

"By the end of the most recent ice age 10,000 years ago, a huge ice sheet melted in North America, in the same way that the ice in Greenland is melting today. Its meltwater had a massive impact on the climate in northwest Europe and northwest Africa.
How will the melting of ice in Greenland affect our climate? In order to gain an idea how that process might look like, researchers have taken a look into the past. In the early Holocene period – approximately 11,700 to 8,000 years ago – a large ice sheet melted in North America. By analysing dripstones in caves (speleothems) and using computer simulations, an international team headed by Dr Jasper Wassenburg at Ruhr-Universität Bochum reconstructed the consequences: today, a negative correlation is observed in the amount of rainfall in north-western Africa and north-western Europe. If a humid winter climate prevails in north-western Europe, theclim... more »

"By the end of the most recent ice age 10,000 years ago, a huge ice sheet melted in North America, in the same way that the ice in Greenland is melting today. Its meltwater had a massive impact on the climate in northwest Europe and northwest Africa.
How will the melting of ice in Greenland affect our climate? In order to gain an idea how that process might look like, researchers have taken a look into the past. In the early Holocene period – approximately 11,700 to 8,000 years ago – a large ice sheet melted in North America. By analysing dripstones in caves (speleothems) and using computer simulations, an international team headed by Dr Jasper Wassenburg at Ruhr-Universität Bochum reconstructed the consequences: today, a negative correlation is observed in the amount of rainfall in north-western Africa and north-western Europe. If a humid winter climate prevails in north-western Europe, the climate in north-western Africa is dry. Due to melting ice sheets, this correlation was reversed in the early Holocene period; this resulted in both regions being humid respectively dry at the same time. Radical climate change occurred. The researchers have published their report in the current edition of Nature Geoscience".

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2016-07-19 05:26:28 (1 comments; 1 reshares; 17 +1s; )Open 

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2016-07-19 03:37:02 (1 comments; 0 reshares; 2 +1s; )Open 

Life as we know it, is merely a chemical reaction where dirt and sunlight are turned into politics.

Life as we know it, is merely a chemical reaction where dirt and sunlight are turned into politics.___

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2016-07-19 03:36:15 (0 comments; 2 reshares; 9 +1s; )Open 

"A treasure trove of finely woven textiles has been unearthed during the final part of a 10-month excavation at a site in the U.K. county of Cambridgeshire, which has been described as Britain's Pompeii.
Known as Must Farm, the settlement was home to several families who lived in a number of circular wooden houses built on stilts above a river. It was abandoned in haste 3,000 years ago as a giant fire destroyed the houses. The dwelings fell into the river, where thick silt and clay preserved the contents.
Charred in the fire that destroyed the houses and buried in the anaerobic waterlogged environment, the black, fragile textile fragments are some of the most finely-made Bronze Age fabrics ever discovered in Europe".

"A treasure trove of finely woven textiles has been unearthed during the final part of a 10-month excavation at a site in the U.K. county of Cambridgeshire, which has been described as Britain's Pompeii.
Known as Must Farm, the settlement was home to several families who lived in a number of circular wooden houses built on stilts above a river. It was abandoned in haste 3,000 years ago as a giant fire destroyed the houses. The dwelings fell into the river, where thick silt and clay preserved the contents.
Charred in the fire that destroyed the houses and buried in the anaerobic waterlogged environment, the black, fragile textile fragments are some of the most finely-made Bronze Age fabrics ever discovered in Europe".___

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2016-07-15 12:05:34 (1 comments; 5 reshares; 24 +1s; )Open 

1.5-Million-Year-Old Footprints Analyzed
"Analysis of 1.5-million-year-old footprints found in 2009 near the eastern shores of Lake Turkana in Kenya suggests that Homo erectus, a human ancestor, walked like modern humans, according to a report in Live Science. "

1.5-Million-Year-Old Footprints Analyzed
"Analysis of 1.5-million-year-old footprints found in 2009 near the eastern shores of Lake Turkana in Kenya suggests that Homo erectus, a human ancestor, walked like modern humans, according to a report in Live Science. "___

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2016-07-15 11:59:21 (1 comments; 5 reshares; 21 +1s; )Open 

Origin of farming not from a single population
"The transition from hunter-gatherer to sedentary farming 10,000 years ago occurred in multiple neighbouring but genetically distinct populations according to research by an international team including UCL."

Origin of farming not from a single population
"The transition from hunter-gatherer to sedentary farming 10,000 years ago occurred in multiple neighbouring but genetically distinct populations according to research by an international team including UCL."___

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2016-07-14 17:09:40 (0 comments; 2 reshares; 21 +1s; )Open 

#Ireland has no known #Roman forts, villas or planned towns, but a recent project designed to investigate Ireland during the first five centuries AD found plenty of evidence for interaction between Ireland and the Roman world, as Chris Catling now reports. http://www.archaeology.co.uk/articles/features/worlds-apart.htm

#archaeology #ancienthistory #irish #irishhistory #ancient  

#Ireland has no known #Roman forts, villas or planned towns, but a recent project designed to investigate Ireland during the first five centuries AD found plenty of evidence for interaction between Ireland and the Roman world, as Chris Catling now reports. http://www.archaeology.co.uk/articles/features/worlds-apart.htm

#archaeology #ancienthistory #irish #irishhistory #ancient  ___

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2016-07-14 00:02:18 (0 comments; 0 reshares; 4 +1s; )Open 

Stone-Anvil Wielding Capuchin Monkeys Colonized Brazil 700 Years
Ago

Stone-Anvil Wielding Capuchin Monkeys Colonized Brazil 700 Years
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2016-07-13 23:36:51 (1 comments; 2 reshares; 13 +1s; )Open 

500 points if you read it in his voice. Via +Lesley Wilson 

___500 points if you read it in his voice. Via +Lesley Wilson 

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2016-07-13 23:26:39 (1 comments; 0 reshares; 17 +1s; )Open 

#music

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2016-07-13 23:25:52 (0 comments; 0 reshares; 10 +1s; )Open 

How and Why the Romans Executed People
"Unfortunately for the human race, the history of capital punishment has been a long, bloody and inglorious one. Most of us today are lucky enough to live in countries where the death penalty has been abolished, but generally this has only happened in the last half century and there are still many parts of the world where some crimes are punishable by death. Capital punishment has been recorded as having been practiced since antiquity and regrettably we have been all too creative in thinking up different methods of inflicting pain, humiliation and death on our fellow human beings."

How and Why the Romans Executed People
"Unfortunately for the human race, the history of capital punishment has been a long, bloody and inglorious one. Most of us today are lucky enough to live in countries where the death penalty has been abolished, but generally this has only happened in the last half century and there are still many parts of the world where some crimes are punishable by death. Capital punishment has been recorded as having been practiced since antiquity and regrettably we have been all too creative in thinking up different methods of inflicting pain, humiliation and death on our fellow human beings."___

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2016-07-13 13:53:14 (0 comments; 0 reshares; 22 +1s; )Open 

Via +Sordatos Cáceres 

Via +Sordatos Cáceres ___

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2016-07-12 04:44:37 (1 comments; 0 reshares; 7 +1s; )Open 

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2016-07-11 14:40:43 (0 comments; 0 reshares; 1 +1s; )Open 

Apollo 11's Source Code Is A Surprisingly Hilarious Artefact Now Online

Apollo 11's Source Code Is A Surprisingly Hilarious Artefact Now Online___

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2016-07-10 04:25:23 (1 comments; 3 reshares; 19 +1s; )Open 

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2016-07-10 04:19:03 (2 comments; 2 reshares; 12 +1s; )Open 

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2016-07-09 18:25:56 (1 comments; 0 reshares; 8 +1s; )Open 

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2016-07-09 14:37:24 (0 comments; 0 reshares; 2 +1s; )Open 

Green party's Jill Stein invites Bernie Sanders to take over ticket. #BernieOrGreen  
Stein, expected to become the party’s nominee at its August convention, says she has invited Sanders to collaborate: ‘Everything is on the table’

Green party's Jill Stein invites Bernie Sanders to take over ticket. #BernieOrGreen  
Stein, expected to become the party’s nominee at its August convention, says she has invited Sanders to collaborate: ‘Everything is on the table’___

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2016-07-09 14:15:46 (2 comments; 0 reshares; 14 +1s; )Open 

It must have been something in the air. During a short time window at the end of the last ice age, Stone Age humans in Europe and Asia independently began using a new plant: cannabis.

It must have been something in the air. During a short time window at the end of the last ice age, Stone Age humans in Europe and Asia independently began using a new plant: cannabis.___

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2016-07-09 13:58:07 (0 comments; 1 reshares; 11 +1s; )Open 

The "Sewer" or the early days of the London Underground
"To understand the development of the London Underground, or “Tube,” one has to look at both the growth and sprawl of the metropolis and the existing modes of transport in the middle years of the nineteenth century. As the population of London expanded from one million in 1800 to more than 2,350,000 by mid-century modes of transport became increasingly mechanised and the movement of the population from the country to the city accelerated."
"The idea of an underground system linking the termini and offering safe and speedy means of getting around London had first been mooted in the 1830s, but for a variety of reasons, including the expense of such construction, lack of interest from the established railways and the Crimean War, it was not until the mid-1850s that permission was granted for the MetropolitanRai... more »

The "Sewer" or the early days of the London Underground
"To understand the development of the London Underground, or “Tube,” one has to look at both the growth and sprawl of the metropolis and the existing modes of transport in the middle years of the nineteenth century. As the population of London expanded from one million in 1800 to more than 2,350,000 by mid-century modes of transport became increasingly mechanised and the movement of the population from the country to the city accelerated."
"The idea of an underground system linking the termini and offering safe and speedy means of getting around London had first been mooted in the 1830s, but for a variety of reasons, including the expense of such construction, lack of interest from the established railways and the Crimean War, it was not until the mid-1850s that permission was granted for the Metropolitan Railway to begin construction of the first line at a cost of one million pounds."___

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2016-07-09 00:35:55 (0 comments; 2 reshares; 11 +1s; )Open 

"The gut bacteria inside 1000-year-old mummies from the Inca Empire are resistant to most of today’s antibiotics, even though we only discovered these drugs within the last 100 years.
“At first we were very surprised,” Tasha Santiago-Rodriguez of California Polytechnic State University in San Louis Opisbo, told the Annual Meeting of the American Society for Microbiology last month.
Her team studied the DNA within the guts of three Incan mummies dating back to between the 10th and 14th centuries and six mummified people from Italy, from between the 15th and 18th centuries. They found an array of genes that have the potential to resist almost all modern antibiotics, including penicillin, vancomycin and tetracycline.
These ancient genes were largely in microbes whose resistance is problematic today, including Enteroccocus bacteria that can infect wounds and cause urinary tractinfec... more »

"The gut bacteria inside 1000-year-old mummies from the Inca Empire are resistant to most of today’s antibiotics, even though we only discovered these drugs within the last 100 years.
“At first we were very surprised,” Tasha Santiago-Rodriguez of California Polytechnic State University in San Louis Opisbo, told the Annual Meeting of the American Society for Microbiology last month.
Her team studied the DNA within the guts of three Incan mummies dating back to between the 10th and 14th centuries and six mummified people from Italy, from between the 15th and 18th centuries. They found an array of genes that have the potential to resist almost all modern antibiotics, including penicillin, vancomycin and tetracycline.
These ancient genes were largely in microbes whose resistance is problematic today, including Enteroccocus bacteria that can infect wounds and cause urinary tract infections. But they found that many other species, including some harmless ones, carried some of these resistant genes too".___

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2016-07-08 14:06:28 (0 comments; 0 reshares; 1 +1s; )Open 

There are small windows of change that happen during the great evolution of the American West, and this map c. 1830 captures a time when the Mexican provinces included "Texas or New Estremadura" #oldmapgallery #texas #antiquemaps #oldtexas

There are small windows of change that happen during the great evolution of the American West, and this map c. 1830 captures a time when the Mexican provinces included "Texas or New Estremadura" #oldmapgallery #texas #antiquemaps #oldtexas___

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2016-07-08 14:06:11 (0 comments; 0 reshares; 10 +1s; )Open 

Tübingen researchers in international team uncover grisly evidence that Neandertals butchered their own kind some 40,000 years ago.

Tübingen researchers in international team uncover grisly evidence that Neandertals butchered their own kind some 40,000 years ago.___

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2016-07-08 13:50:56 (1 comments; 0 reshares; 9 +1s; )Open 

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2016-07-08 13:38:41 (0 comments; 28 reshares; 13 +1s; )Open 

Pro tip.

Pro tip.___

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2016-07-06 02:43:11 (0 comments; 0 reshares; 2 +1s; )Open 

Scientists have generated new models suggesting non-water based lifeforms could exist on Titan.

"(Phys.org)—A team of researchers at Cornell University has built and run a simulation that showed prebiotic reactions could possibly occur on the surface of one of Saturn's moons, Titan, suggesting the possibility of life evolving in a place where it is too cold for water to be a factor. In their paper published in Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, the team describes the simulation they created in response to the discovery (by the Huygens probe) that polymers such as polyimine might have already developed on the moon's surface."

Read more at: http://phys.org/news/2016-07-simulation-non-water-based-life-saturn.html

The study: Polymorphism and electronic structure of polyimine and its potential significance for prebioticc... more »

Scientists have generated new models suggesting non-water based lifeforms could exist on Titan.

"(Phys.org)—A team of researchers at Cornell University has built and run a simulation that showed prebiotic reactions could possibly occur on the surface of one of Saturn's moons, Titan, suggesting the possibility of life evolving in a place where it is too cold for water to be a factor. In their paper published in Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, the team describes the simulation they created in response to the discovery (by the Huygens probe) that polymers such as polyimine might have already developed on the moon's surface."

Read more at: http://phys.org/news/2016-07-simulation-non-water-based-life-saturn.html

The study: Polymorphism and electronic structure of polyimine and its potential significance for prebiotic chemistry on Titan, PNAS, http://www.pnas.org/content/early/2016/06/29/1606634113

Abstract
" The chemistry of hydrogen cyanide (HCN) is believed to be central to the origin of life question. Contradictions between Cassini–Huygens mission measurements of the atmosphere and the surface of Saturn's moon Titan suggest that HCN-based polymers may have formed on the surface from products of atmospheric chemistry. This makes Titan a valuable "natural laboratory" for exploring potential nonterrestrial forms of prebiotic chemistry. We have used theoretical calculations to investigate the chain conformations of polyimine (pI), a polymer identified as one major component of polymerized HCN in laboratory experiments. Thanks to its flexible backbone, the polymer can exist in several different polymorphs, which are relatively close in energy. The electronic and structural variability among them is extraordinary. The band gap changes over a 3-eV range when moving from a planar sheet-like structure to increasingly coiled conformations. The primary photon absorption is predicted to occur in a window of relative transparency in Titan's atmosphere, indicating that pI could be photochemically active and drive chemistry on the surface. The thermodynamics for adding and removing HCN from pI under Titan conditions suggests that such dynamics is plausible, provided that catalysis or photochemistry is available to sufficiently lower reaction barriers. We speculate that the directionality of pI's intermolecular and intramolecular =N–H…N hydrogen bonds may drive the formation of partially ordered structures, some of which may synergize with photon absorption and act catalytically. Future detailed studies on proposed mechanisms and the solubility and density of the polymers will aid in the design of future missions to Titan. "

Image: True-color image of layers of haze in Titan's atmosphere. Credit: NASA

#titan   #universe   #space   #astronomy   #exolife  ___

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2016-07-05 15:12:45 (0 comments; 0 reshares; 13 +1s; )Open 

By careful thinking based upon observation, some ancient Greeks realized that it was possible to find regularities and patterns hidden in nature and that those regularities were the key to unlocking the secrets of the universe. It became evident that even nature had to obey certain rules and by knowing those rules one could predict the behaviour of nature.

http://buff.ly/29clhBi #Science #AncientGreece #History #AncientHistory #AncientHistoryEncyclopedia

By careful thinking based upon observation, some ancient Greeks realized that it was possible to find regularities and patterns hidden in nature and that those regularities were the key to unlocking the secrets of the universe. It became evident that even nature had to obey certain rules and by knowing those rules one could predict the behaviour of nature.

http://buff.ly/29clhBi #Science #AncientGreece #History #AncientHistory #AncientHistoryEncyclopedia___

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2016-07-05 15:09:14 (0 comments; 1 reshares; 2 +1s; )Open 

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2016-07-04 21:20:40 (1 comments; 0 reshares; 7 +1s; )Open 

Rudimentary top bar beehive built with some scrap wood. This will be my first attempt at beekeeping. I still need to router the top bars and find some starter combs, but maybe this time next year we will have a colony. 

Rudimentary top bar beehive built with some scrap wood. This will be my first attempt at beekeeping. I still need to router the top bars and find some starter combs, but maybe this time next year we will have a colony. ___

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2016-07-04 21:17:32 (0 comments; 0 reshares; 5 +1s; )Open 

This guy is getting too good at getting into the jeep by himself.

This guy is getting too good at getting into the jeep by himself.___

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2016-07-04 21:16:39 (0 comments; 0 reshares; 2 +1s; )Open 

Just a neat looking mushroom on today's hike.

Just a neat looking mushroom on today's hike.___

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2016-07-03 22:49:35 (2 comments; 1 reshares; 15 +1s; )Open 

Early ancestors of humans in Africa interbred with Neandertals about 110,000 years ago, an international group of researchers reports online February 17 in Nature. That genetic mixing left its mark on the DNA of a Siberian Neandertal, the researchers have discovered.

Early ancestors of humans in Africa interbred with Neandertals about 110,000 years ago, an international group of researchers reports online February 17 in Nature. That genetic mixing left its mark on the DNA of a Siberian Neandertal, the researchers have discovered.___

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