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Jason M

Jason M 

Ingress Resistance, 99%, I'm a Christian, a Moderate & Disabled [RSD]. Ham Radio: Ke7TDY | G+4Peace | MLB | Ubuntu | Youth Advocate | Pianist

Occupation: Non-Profit, Philanthropy & whatever else I can, and that ain't much w/my nerve disease that keeps getting worse, so really I'm on Disability.

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2015-08-25 23:27:24 (4 comments, 0 reshares, 1 +1s)Open 

Cry me a river. They were told not to bring anything resembling a gun into the capitol but they did. 

Most reshares: 1

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2015-08-28 06:45:28 (0 comments, 1 reshares, 2 +1s)Open 

Most plusones: 10

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2015-08-27 18:55:32 (0 comments, 1 reshares, 10 +1s)Open 

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2015-08-28 06:45:28 (0 comments, 1 reshares, 2 +1s)Open 

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2015-08-28 02:50:44 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 1 +1s)Open 

Blue...take the blue pill, resist my friends!

What side did you choose...___Blue...take the blue pill, resist my friends!

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2015-08-28 02:47:40 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 1 +1s)Open 

Some pictures from this evening, then some of the ash/embers found on my street an last nights moon.

All the smoke...welcome to Washington State, summer 2015

Some pictures from this evening, then some of the ash/embers found on my street an last nights moon.

All the smoke...welcome to Washington State, summer 2015___

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2015-08-28 00:04:49 (2 comments, 0 reshares, 2 +1s)Open 

h/t +Fabián Di Tullio​
+Adam Overman​ +Stefano Menon​ +Phil Logan-Kelly​ +Olaf Fichtner​

👍___h/t +Fabián Di Tullio​
+Adam Overman​ +Stefano Menon​ +Phil Logan-Kelly​ +Olaf Fichtner​

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2015-08-27 23:39:48 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 1 +1s)Open 

On this day, 27 August in 1896, the shortest war in world history (09:00 to 09:40), between the United Kingdom and Zanzibar took place.

#OnThisDay

On this day, 27 August in 1896, the shortest war in world history (09:00 to 09:40), between the United Kingdom and Zanzibar took place.

#OnThisDay___

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2015-08-27 23:00:20 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 2 +1s)Open 

#atheist #atheism #godless

#atheist #atheism #godless___

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2015-08-27 22:40:31 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 0 +1s)Open 

Why earth is the best planet xD

Why earth is the best planet xD___

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2015-08-27 22:40:20 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 1 +1s)Open 

+Lysi Kinyon​ +R-mon Sanchez​ +jonathan dawdy​

Sept is #PainAwarenessMonth join us 2 #makeadifference by #ing awareness posts w #pain #ShareYourStory #POPfoundation___+Lysi Kinyon​ +R-mon Sanchez​ +jonathan dawdy​

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2015-08-27 22:39:50 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 0 +1s)Open 

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2015-08-27 22:39:19 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 2 +1s)Open 

h/t +Aidan Follestad​

___h/t +Aidan Follestad​

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2015-08-27 21:17:12 (1 comments, 0 reshares, 2 +1s)Open 

What is absurd and monstrous about war is that men who have no personal quarrel should be trained to murder one another in cold blood.
~Aldous Huxley

#noIranWar   #FindPeace   #peace  

What is absurd and monstrous about war is that men who have no personal quarrel should be trained to murder one another in cold blood.
~Aldous Huxley

#noIranWar   #FindPeace   #peace  ___

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2015-08-27 21:15:30 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 1 +1s)Open 

I will freak out on you, Kramer! Freak, out!

#Seinfeld  

I will freak out on you, Kramer! Freak, out!

#Seinfeld  ___

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2015-08-27 18:55:32 (0 comments, 1 reshares, 10 +1s)Open 

Lol

___Lol

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2015-08-27 18:54:56 (0 comments, 1 reshares, 6 +1s)Open 

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2015-08-27 18:54:01 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 5 +1s)Open 

wow...

wow...___

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2015-08-27 18:53:22 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 2 +1s)Open 

Hahaha

___Hahaha

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2015-08-27 18:51:15 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 2 +1s)Open 

Bernie Sanders for president 2016. 
#FuelTheBern   #PoliticalRevolution   #PowerToThePeople   #TogetherWeStand   #OccupyTheWhiteHouse  

Bernie Sanders for president 2016. 
#FuelTheBern   #PoliticalRevolution   #PowerToThePeople   #TogetherWeStand   #OccupyTheWhiteHouse  ___

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2015-08-27 18:49:32 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 0 +1s)Open 

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2015-08-27 04:28:16 (1 comments, 1 reshares, 6 +1s)Open 

#politics #greenparty #votegreen #civilrights #activism #feminism #feminist #heforshe #equality #jillstein #minimumwage

#politics #greenparty #votegreen #civilrights #activism #feminism #feminist #heforshe #equality #jillstein #minimumwage___

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2015-08-27 04:27:25 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 3 +1s)Open 

Gary Larson... The Far Side 

Gary Larson... The Far Side ___

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2015-08-26 22:30:43 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 0 +1s)Open 

Insanity later... Yo yo ma!

#Seinfeld  ___Insanity later... Yo yo ma!

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2015-08-26 22:28:16 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 4 +1s)Open 

Aww

___Aww

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2015-08-26 21:03:05 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 2 +1s)Open 

The greatest addition to Plasma desktop is the arrival of Application Dashboard launcher. I was a huge fan of Homerun launcher and used it as the default launcher, so the Application Dashboard is all I needed.

After using it I actually like it much more than Ubuntu Dash and Gnome. I find it much more organized, clearer, clutter free and focused on increasing productivity instead of cramming unwanted ads in that tight space (I am looking at you, Ubuntu).

The greatest addition to Plasma desktop is the arrival of Application Dashboard launcher. I was a huge fan of Homerun launcher and used it as the default launcher, so the Application Dashboard is all I needed.

After using it I actually like it much more than Ubuntu Dash and Gnome. I find it much more organized, clearer, clutter free and focused on increasing productivity instead of cramming unwanted ads in that tight space (I am looking at you, Ubuntu).___

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2015-08-26 18:37:47 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 1 +1s)Open 

A new photo, which was taken Sunday by NASA's Aqua satellite, shows just how bad this fire season has gotten in the western United States. Dozens of active blazes are visible throughout California, Oregon, Washington and Idaho.

A new photo, which was taken Sunday by NASA's Aqua satellite, shows just how bad this fire season has gotten in the western United States. Dozens of active blazes are visible throughout California, Oregon, Washington and Idaho.___

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2015-08-26 18:36:04 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 2 +1s)Open 

+Lysi Kinyon​ more on the birth of Linux, like we were talking about lastnite

#Goodread   #Linux   #GNU   #God  ;)___+Lysi Kinyon​ more on the birth of Linux, like we were talking about lastnite

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2015-08-26 18:34:17 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 0 +1s)Open 

#minions #minion #LOL #GIF #Gifs #FunnyGifs #Hilarious #humor #Funnystuff #ROFL #LMAO #quotes #quote #cute #beautiful 

#minions #minion #LOL #GIF #Gifs #FunnyGifs #Hilarious #humor #Funnystuff #ROFL #LMAO #quotes #quote #cute #beautiful ___

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2015-08-26 18:33:35 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 1 +1s)Open 

The blob at the top (at the end of the top arm) is cool...like its eating a smaller galaxy

M51 - The Whirlpool Galaxy

In this composite image taken by NASA's Chandra X-ray Observatory and the Hubble Space Telescope you can see M51 (NGC 5194), the "Whirlpool Galaxy". M51 is an interacting grand-design spiral galaxy located in the constellation Canes Venatici (The Hunting Dogs) about 24 million light-years away from Earth. Its impressive spiral structure can easily be seen since the galaxy is facing us face-on.

The Whirlpool Galaxy is interacting with the galaxy NGC 5195 (https://goo.gl/3ZhQd2) a dwarf galaxy which can be seen in the upper part of the image. A dust-rich tidal bridge is connecting both galaxies.

M51 contains a lot of X-Ray sources most of which are believed to be X-ray binaries (XRBs, https://goo.gl/S9Pibu). Systems in which a dense object like a neutron star or black hole is capturing material from an orbiting companion star. The captured material is accelerated, heated to millions of degrees and starting to emit X-rays.

The composite image consists of X-ray data from Chandra (purple) and optical data from Hubble (red, green, and blue).

More information here:
http://chandra.harvard.edu/photo/2014/m51/
https://www.spacetelescope.org/images/heic0506a/
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Whirlpool_Galaxy

What is a grand design spiral galaxy?
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Grand_design_spiral_galaxy

More on the different types of galaxies:
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Galaxy_morphological_classification

openFITS

Should you be interested in processing astronomy images yourself, multiwavelength Fits files for M51 and other objects can be downloaded here:
http://chandra.harvard.edu/photo/openFITS/multiwavelength_data.html

Image credit: NGC 5194 X-ray: NASA/CXC/Wesleyan Univ./R.Kilgard, et al; Optical: NASA/STScI http://goo.gl/2PWchD

#science   #astronomy   #ngc5194   #ngc5195   #m51   #whirlpoolgalaxy   #space   #spiralgalaxy   #chandra   #hubble  ___The blob at the top (at the end of the top arm) is cool...like its eating a smaller galaxy

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2015-08-26 18:32:44 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 0 +1s)Open 

Two huge jets of gas are streaming from this star system at speeds in excess of one million kilometres per hour.

https://spacetelescope.org/news/heic1518/

Two huge jets of gas are streaming from this star system at speeds in excess of one million kilometres per hour.

https://spacetelescope.org/news/heic1518/___

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2015-08-26 18:32:20 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 2 +1s)Open 

I happen to dress based on mood.

“The Trip, PT 1” is on #Seinfeld tonight!

I happen to dress based on mood.

“The Trip, PT 1” is on #Seinfeld tonight!___

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2015-08-26 02:54:55 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 3 +1s)Open 

IRIS and Hinode: A Stellar Research Team | NASA
Aug. 25, 2015: This image taken on Oct. 19, 2013, shows a filament on the sun—a giant ribbon of relatively cool solar material threading through the sun's atmosphere, the corona. The individual threads that make up the filament are clearly discernible in this photo. This image was captured by the Solar Optical Telescope onboard JAXA/NASA’s Hinode solar observatory. Researchers studied this filament to learn more about material gets heated in the corona.

Modern telescopes and satellites have helped us measure the blazing hot temperatures of the sun from afar. Mostly the temperatures follow a clear pattern: The sun produces energy by fusing hydrogen in its core, so the layers surrounding the core generally get cooler as you move outwards—with one exception. Two NASA missions have just made a significant step towards understandingwhy t... more »

IRIS and Hinode: A Stellar Research Team | NASA
Aug. 25, 2015: This image taken on Oct. 19, 2013, shows a filament on the sun—a giant ribbon of relatively cool solar material threading through the sun's atmosphere, the corona. The individual threads that make up the filament are clearly discernible in this photo. This image was captured by the Solar Optical Telescope onboard JAXA/NASA’s Hinode solar observatory. Researchers studied this filament to learn more about material gets heated in the corona.

Modern telescopes and satellites have helped us measure the blazing hot temperatures of the sun from afar. Mostly the temperatures follow a clear pattern: The sun produces energy by fusing hydrogen in its core, so the layers surrounding the core generally get cooler as you move outwards—with one exception. Two NASA missions have just made a significant step towards understanding why the corona—the outermost, wispy layer of the sun's atmosphere —is hundreds of times hotter than the lower photosphere, which is the sun’s visible surface.

In a pair of papers in The Astrophysical Journal, published on August 10, 2015, researchers—led by Joten Okamoto of Nagoya University in Japan and Patrick Antolin of the National Astronomical Observatory of Japan—observed a long-hypothesized mechanism for coronal heating, in which magnetic waves are converted into heat energy. Past papers have suggested that magnetic waves in the sun—Alfvénic waves—have enough energy to heat up the corona. The question has been how that energy is converted to heat.

"For over 30 years scientists hypothesized a mechanism for how these waves heat the plasma," said Antolin. "An essential part of this process is called resonant absorption—and we have now directly observed resonant absorption for the first time."

Resonant absorption is a complicated wave process in which repeated waves add energy to the solar material, a charged gas known as plasma, the same way that a perfectly-timed repeated push on a swing can make it go higher. Resonant absorption has signatures that can be seen in material moving side to side and front to back. 

To see the full range of motions, the team used observations from NASA’s Interface Region Imaging Spectrograph, or IRIS, and the Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA)/NASA’s Hinode solar observatory to successfully identify signatures of the process. The researchers then correlated the signatures to material being heated to nearly corona-level temperatures. These observations told researchers that a certain type of plasma wave was being converted into a more turbulent type of motion, leading to lots of friction and electric currents, heating the solar material.

The researchers focused on a solar feature called a filament. Filaments are huge tubes of relatively cool plasma held high up in the corona by magnetic fields. Researchers developed a computer model of how the material inside filament tubes moves, then looked for signatures of these motions with sun-observing satellites.

“Through numerical simulations, we show that the observed characteristic motion matches well what is expected from resonant absorption,” said Antolin.

The signatures of these motions appear in three dimensions, making them difficult to observe without the teamwork of several missions. Hinode’s Solar Optical Telescope was used to make measurements of motions that appear, from our perspective, to be up-and-down or side-to-side, a perspective that scientists call plane-of-sky. The resonant absorption model relies on the fact that the plasma contained in a filament tube moves in a specific wave motion called an Alfvénic kink wave, caused by magnetic fields. Alfvénic kink waves in filaments can cause motions in the plane-of-sky, so evidence of these waves came from observations by Hinode’s extremely high-resolution optical telescope.

More complicated were the line-of-sight observations—line-of-sight means motions in the third dimension, toward and away from us. The resonant absorption process can convert the Alfvénic kink wave into another Alfvénic wave motion. To see this conversion process we need to simultaneously observe motions in the plane-of-the-sky and the line-of-sight direction. This is where IRIS comes in. IRIS takes a special type of data called spectra. For each image taken by IRIS’s ultraviolet telescope, it also creates a spectrum, which breaks down the light from the image into different wavelengths. 

Analyzing separate wavelengths can provide scientists with additional details such as whether the material is moving toward or away from the viewer. Much like a siren moving toward you sounds different from one moving away, light waves can become stretched or compressed if their source is moving toward or away from an observer. This slight change in wavelength is known as the Doppler effect. Scientists combined their knowledge of the Doppler effect with the expected emissions from a stationary filament to deduce how the filaments were moving in the line-of-sight.

“It’s the combination of high-resolution observations in all three regimes—time, spatial, and spectral—that enabled us to see these previously unresolved phenomena,” said Adrian Daw, mission scientist for IRIS at NASA’s Goddard Space Flight Center in Greenbelt, Maryland.

Using both the plane-of-sky observations from Hinode and line-of-sight observations from IRIS, researchers discovered the characteristic wave motions consistent with their model of this possible coronal heating mechanism. What's more, they also observed material heating up in conjunction with the wave motions, further confirming that this process is related to heating in the solar atmosphere.

“We would see the filament thread disappear from the filter that is sensitive to cool plasma and reappear in a filter for hotter plasma,” said Bart De Pontieu, science lead for IRIS at Lockheed Martin Solar and Astrophysics Lab in Palo Alto, California.

In addition, comparison of the two wave motions, showed a time delay, known as a phase difference. The researchers’ model predicted this phase difference, thus providing some of the strongest evidence that the team was correctly understanding their observations.

Though resonant absorption plays a key role in the complete process, it does not directly cause heating. The researchers’ simulation showed that the transformed wave motions lead to turbulence around the edges of the filament tubes, which heats the surrounding plasma.

It seems that resonant absorption is an excellent candidate for the role of an energy transport mechanism—though these observations were taken in the transition region rather than the corona, researchers believe that this mechanism could be common in the corona as well.

“Now the work starts to study if this mechanism also plays a role in heating plasma to coronal temperatures,” said De Pontieu.

With the launch of over a dozen missions in the past twenty years, our understanding of the sun and how it interacts with Earth and the solar system is better than at any time in human history. Heliophysics System Observatory missions are working together to unravel the coronal heating problem and the sun’s other remaining mysteries.

Led by the Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency, the Hinode mission is a collaboration between the space agencies of Japan, the United States, the United Kingdom and Europe. IRIS is a NASA Small Explorer; NASA Goddard manages the Explorer Program for NASA's Science Mission Directorate in Washington. Lockheed Martin designed the IRIS observatory and manages the mission for NASA.

For more on IRIS: www.nasa.gov/iris
For more on Hinode: www.nasa.gov/hinode  
Credit: JAXA/NASA/Hinode

+NASA Goddard Space Weather Research Center 
+NASA Goddard 
+Lockheed Martin 

#NASA #Space #Astronomy #Science #Sun #Solar #Hinode
#Optical #Telescope #IRIS #JAXA #Japan #日本 #USA #UnitedStates #Goddard #GSFC___

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2015-08-26 02:36:06 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 7 +1s)Open 

Simplicity!

Simplicity!___

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2015-08-26 02:34:35 (1 comments, 0 reshares, 3 +1s)Open 

Gary Larson... The Far Side 

Gary Larson... The Far Side ___

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2015-08-26 02:33:36 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 0 +1s)Open 

http://www.coindesk.com/bitcoin-micropayments-faraday-freelance-market/

http://www.coindesk.com/bitcoin-micropayments-faraday-freelance-market/___

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2015-08-26 02:33:16 (0 comments, 1 reshares, 0 +1s)Open 

HELP
## My meds have run out. I am still short on the funds to get new meds. That means going without. That means the side effects from a sudden stop plus an increase in the "typical" RSD/CRPS symptoms. [Burning, Bone Crushing, HyperSensitivity, Muscle Weakness and more]

I could really use help here. Will anybody post this on their facebook or any other social network [Twitter, Instagram etc] Anybody here on G+ have a lot of followers? Willing to post it to them?

I've had 2 donors, 2 good friends, and had about 4 or 5 people share this. I hate asking but please, help! Thank you! ##

Help me cover my #RSD   / #CRPS   meds cost during the "coverage gap"? Please consider & share. Thanks!
 http://www.gofundme.com/zkpwsw

I'll post this once or twice a day, and provide updates as pertinent! 
I can alsoacce... more »

HELP
## My meds have run out. I am still short on the funds to get new meds. That means going without. That means the side effects from a sudden stop plus an increase in the "typical" RSD/CRPS symptoms. [Burning, Bone Crushing, HyperSensitivity, Muscle Weakness and more]

I could really use help here. Will anybody post this on their facebook or any other social network [Twitter, Instagram etc] Anybody here on G+ have a lot of followers? Willing to post it to them?

I've had 2 donors, 2 good friends, and had about 4 or 5 people share this. I hate asking but please, help! Thank you! ##

Help me cover my #RSD   / #CRPS   meds cost during the "coverage gap"? Please consider & share. Thanks!
 http://www.gofundme.com/zkpwsw

I'll post this once or twice a day, and provide updates as pertinent! 
I can also accept bitcoins ( #btc ) at the following address: 1DXWNEWkGqBgCVEtqHVTNuYt5kHg8NnGZH___

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2015-08-26 00:21:57 (2 comments, 0 reshares, 5 +1s)Open 

Starring: Ferrari F40by Mathieu Bonnevie 

Starring: Ferrari F40by Mathieu Bonnevie ___

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2015-08-26 00:14:43 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 1 +1s)Open 

This is pretty interesting

Radio Broadcasts

So far at least, our spacecraft, limited by fuel and propulsion systems, don't travel very fast compared with the distances they have to cross. We have only just managed to get to the edge of our own Solar System with the Voyager 1 spacecraft and relative to the Sun that's travelling at about 17,000 m/s (~38,000 MPH). Voyager 1 was launched in September 1977 almost 38 years ago!

It would take Voyager 1 about 17.6 millennia at this steady rate to travel one lightyear. Consequently, as of Summer 2015, Voyager 1 has only travelled about 0.00209 lightyears and it takes light from the Sun about 18 hours to reach Voyager 1 at this distance.

Radio waves in a vacuum, also travel at the speed of light, so how far have our radio broadcasts reached into space?  We started broadcasting radio into space about one hundred years ago. In case you missed it when it did the rounds a few years ago, the posted picture shows in a magnified insert of a section from an artists impression of our galaxy, how far these radio broadcasts have penetrated and dissipated into space.  Because of the attenuation, listening to these signals at any real distance is actually not likely to be possible.

Humans have been broadcasting radio waves into deep space for about a hundred years now, since the days of Marconi. That, of course, means there is an ever-expanding bubble announcing Humanity's presence to anyone listening in the Milky Way. This bubble is astronomically large (literally), and currently spans approximately 200 light years. But how big is this, really, compared to the size of the Galaxy in which we live (which is, itself, just one of countless billions of galaxies in the observable universe)? To answer that question, Adam Grossman put together this diagram. It's not the black square; it's the little blue dot at the center of that zoomed-in square.

Here: http://goo.gl/RSjl9N
More here: http://goo.gl/MNeBxa

What if we could make some kind of propulsion system that provided not just a constant speed but a constant increase in that speed, namely an acceleration? Some guests on one of +John Baez's websites tackled that question.  

The theory of relativity sets a severe limit to our ability to explore the galaxy in space ships.  As an object approaches the speed of light, more and more energy is needed to accelerate it further.  To reach the speed of light an infinite amount of energy would be required.  It seems that the speed of light is an absolute barrier which cannot be reached or surpassed by massive objects (see relativity FAQ article on faster than light travel).  Given that the galaxy is about 100,000 light years across there seems little hope for us to get very far in galactic terms unless we can overcome our own mortality.

Science fiction writers can make use of worm holes or warp drives to overcome this restriction, but it is not clear that such things can ever be made to work in reality.  Another way to get around the problem may be to use the relativistic effects of time dilation and length contraction to cover large distances within a reasonable time span for those aboard a space ship.  If a rocket accelerates at 1g (9.81 m/s2) the crew will experience the equivalent of a gravitational field with the same strength as that on Earth.  If this could be maintained for long enough they would eventually receive the benefits of the relativistic effects which improve the effective rate of travel.

More here: http://goo.gl/qPhn3o

In the meantime it looks like the original artist's impression of the Milky Way used for the image has been superseded by this one: https://goo.gl/0Pl0WG

Image: Adam Grossman / Nick Risinger http://goo.gl/Z0poUw___This is pretty interesting

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2015-08-25 23:28:24 (1 comments, 0 reshares, 1 +1s)Open 

+jonathan dawdy​

___+jonathan dawdy​

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2015-08-25 23:27:24 (4 comments, 0 reshares, 1 +1s)Open 

Cry me a river. They were told not to bring anything resembling a gun into the capitol but they did. 

Cry me a river. They were told not to bring anything resembling a gun into the capitol but they did. ___

2015-08-25 23:25:55 (1 comments, 0 reshares, 0 +1s)Open 

h/t +Billie S.​
I can relate

h/t +Billie S.​
I can relate___

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2015-08-25 22:07:44 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 1 +1s)Open 

A lonely mountain and other stunning features that dot the surface of the dwarf planet Ceres appear in amazing detail in new images from the Dawn spacecraft.

A lonely mountain and other stunning features that dot the surface of the dwarf planet Ceres appear in amazing detail in new images from the Dawn spacecraft.___

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2015-08-25 20:09:47 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 1 +1s)Open 

So, am I forgiven, shmoopy?

Today is ‪#‎NationalKissandMakeupDay‬!

So, am I forgiven, shmoopy?

Today is ‪#‎NationalKissandMakeupDay‬!___

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2015-08-25 18:41:19 (0 comments, 1 reshares, 8 +1s)Open 

hahahaha

___hahahaha

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2015-08-25 18:40:26 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 1 +1s)Open 

Happy Birthday Linux!

24 years ago today, Linus Torvalds announced the first-ever release of a special project we now call Linux. Please join us in celebrating its anniversary. Time flies when you're having fun, collaborating, and changing the world!___Happy Birthday Linux!

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2015-08-25 18:39:31 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 2 +1s)Open 

Lol nice!

Document my code?
Why do you think they call it "code"?
Just ordered T-shirt from Amazon @ http://amzn.to/1JjeDEP XD  

#programming   #funny   #developers  ___Lol nice!

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2015-08-25 18:38:58 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 1 +1s)Open 

I’m disturbed! I’m depressed! I’m inadequate! I got it all!

“The Highlights of 100, PT 2” is on #Seinfeld tonight!

I’m disturbed! I’m depressed! I’m inadequate! I got it all!

“The Highlights of 100, PT 2” is on #Seinfeld tonight!___

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2015-08-25 18:38:40 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 0 +1s)Open 

HELP
## My meds have run out. I am still short on the funds to get new meds. That means going without. That means the side effects from a sudden stop plus an increase in the "typical" RSD/CRPS symptoms. [Burning, Bone Crushing, HyperSensitivity, Muscle Weakness and more]

I could really use help here. Will anybody post this on their facebook or any other social network [Twitter, Instagram etc] Anybody here on G+ have a lot of followers? Willing to post it to them?

I've had 2 donors, 2 good friends, and had about 4 or 5 people share this. I hate asking but please, help! Thank you! ##

Help me cover my #RSD   / #CRPS   meds cost during the "coverage gap"? Please consider & share. Thanks!
 http://www.gofundme.com/zkpwsw

I'll post this once or twice a day, and provide updates as pertinent! 
I can alsoacce... more »

HELP
## My meds have run out. I am still short on the funds to get new meds. That means going without. That means the side effects from a sudden stop plus an increase in the "typical" RSD/CRPS symptoms. [Burning, Bone Crushing, HyperSensitivity, Muscle Weakness and more]

I could really use help here. Will anybody post this on their facebook or any other social network [Twitter, Instagram etc] Anybody here on G+ have a lot of followers? Willing to post it to them?

I've had 2 donors, 2 good friends, and had about 4 or 5 people share this. I hate asking but please, help! Thank you! ##

Help me cover my #RSD   / #CRPS   meds cost during the "coverage gap"? Please consider & share. Thanks!
 http://www.gofundme.com/zkpwsw

I'll post this once or twice a day, and provide updates as pertinent! 
I can also accept bitcoins ( #btc ) at the following address: 1DXWNEWkGqBgCVEtqHVTNuYt5kHg8NnGZH___

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2015-08-25 06:34:53 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 2 +1s)Open 

I'm very GLAD there is a way! Still think it's absurd that Hulu  did this move and broke Linux support!

I'm very GLAD there is a way! Still think it's absurd that Hulu  did this move and broke Linux support!___

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