I'm in the GIVING mood! <3
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We won an amazing contest from corporate and got approx. $700 each worth of life changing stuff! <3
(This is the 2nd time I've won a killer contest from them! :D)
Now, it's our turn to GIVE!
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Tonight's general resident meeting included a presentation from @denverbotanic about their plans for a new building that would house their Center for Science, Art and Education. The Gardens is still in the fundraising phase, but hopes to begin construction soon. The design by Davis Partnership Architects draws inspiration from the Garden's existing buildings including the iconic Boettcher Memorial Conservatory. Learn more at Botanicgardens.org.
From @NASA ・・・
Dream. Innovate. Build. Discover: The State of NASA. This morning, Acting Administrator Robert Lightfoot gave an address at NASA Headquarters to rollout the Fiscal Year 2018 Budget proposal. He touched on the fact that NASA missions inspire the next generation, inject innovation into the national economy, provide critical information needed to address challenges and support global engagement and international leadership. “As NASA approaches its 60th anniversary in 2018, the Fiscal Year 2018 budget request will maintain NASA’s place as the global leader in space.” Detailed information on NASA’s budget proposal can be found at nasa.gov/budget
I’ve been told I've lived a 1000 lives, but I feel I have yet to live one. I grew up without a father. One died, the other did not have any interest in connecting with me- we spoke once. I got into my fair share of trouble as a kid and I never fit in at school. In fact, I did horribly in school. I graduated late - 2nd last in my class of 700. I was told I was stupid. At the time, I believed it.
I joined the Army and volunteered to go to Iraq, I started to learn to tell stories and I learned more about myself in that year than I think I did my entire life up to that point.
My dog kept me grounded and out of trouble. I’ve been told I read too much. I’ve had businesses, some successful, some not so much. I’ve been a student, bouncer, illustrator, journalist, firefighter, tile layer, chimney sweeper, creator, and this list continues.
A little over a year ago I was living out of my car, still working full time, still moving forward. That same year I moved into 2 amazing places, got back on my feet, met the love of my life, and traveled for 5 months, though our plan had been to only be gone for 1. I am now about to start my Ivy League education at U-Penn, not because I’m smart but because I don’t give in. I’m a creator, trapped in my imagination, yet I’m breaking out.
Who am I? I am thankful.
Who am I? I’m the breath in this moment, the hopes, fears, curiosity, compassion and gratitude. I am always changing, hoping to be a little bit better.
Who are you?
NASA’s #Mars 2020 Rover Artist’s Concept. This artist's concept depicts NASA's Mars 2020 rover on the surface of Mars.
The mission takes the next step by not only seeking signs of habitable conditions on Mars in the ancient past, but also searching for signs of past microbial life itself.
The Mars 2020 rover introduces a drill that can collect core samples of the most promising rocks and soils and set them aside on the surface of Mars. A future mission could potentially return these samples to #Earth .
Mars 2020 is targeted for launch in July/August 2020, aboard an Atlas V 541 #rocket from #Space#Launch Complex 41 at Cape Canaveral Air Force Station in #Florida .
NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory will build and manage operations of the Mars 2020 rover for the NASA #Science Mission Directorate at the agency's headquarters in Washington.
For more information about the mission, go to: https://mars.nasa.gov/mars2020/
Image Credit: #NASA / #JPL -Caltech
Rosemary is a perennial herb with fragrant, needle-like leaves. It's great for flavoring foods like meats and potatoes—oh, and also—boosting your child's memory. Yep, science is here to feed your aromatherapy obsession. The next time you're browsing essential oils, perhaps you should consider stocking up on a brain powering rosemary scent. Light up your rosemary scented candles! In May 2017, British researchers from Northumbria University presented research giving this aromatic herb a good name. According to co-author Dr. Mark Moss, they initially found that "the aroma of rosemary essential oil could enhance cognition in healthy adults." Now, as ScienceDaily reports, they've discovered similar effects on the working memories of school age children. Here's why this is huge: poor working memory is related to poor academic performance. To learn more, click the link in our bio! #rosemary#herb#aroma#aromatherapy#scent#memory#brain#science#curiosity
The massive doors of Area 51 closed behind him, echoing like iron thunder. Carl stood for a moment, inhaling the hot desert air, wondering whether to tell the world the wonders he had seen, and, if so, how.
Jungles can be wet places! so when you fly in, be prepared for rain! ☔️ In fact, India's jungle village of Mawsynram, Meghalaya holds the title for "wettest place on earth" receiving an average annual rainfall of ~39 ft (~11.9 m)! @guinnessworldrecords
@eugene0scheepers hitting 130kg for 2x1 this week. Eugene is coached by @downing_powerlifting and is preparing for his first IPF Classic Worlds in Belarus! Where he will be representing South Africa as a 93kg Junior. #tsg#thestrengthguys#bluetakeover
Stress, Anxiety, PTSD, Schizophrenia and Mood Disorders. What defines vulnerability and resilience? After visiting the annual Society for Biological Psychiatry in San Diego this year, it was refreshing and humorous to discover that the only CUNY students there were teaching many professors and researchers of the field what Curcumin is all about. Congratulations to Hameda, Miguel and Tony from BCN for being given the opportunity to present there! The conference focused heavily on networks and mechanisms that tie the brain, body and behavior in the context of mood disorders and more. Seeing the vastness of LARGE-SCALE data collection for the Genome-Wide Association Studies (GWAS) was overwhelming. Furthermore, delving into more molecular pathways of the synapse in the context of memory and behavior in anxiety and depression-related studies can really expand your mind to understand how incredibly complex the synapse is. Thank you SOBP for all the enrichment and sun you provided this past weekend! #neuroscience#cuny#substrates#sobp#sandiego#curcumin#conference#science
#whereisthesun 😔😔☔☔☔ #sobeautiful ☀🌞🌌☁🌈🌈 #haveagoodday ❤😘 #Repost @nasa ・・・
Stretched Loops: When an active region rotated over to the edge of the sun, it presented us with a nice profile view of its elongated loops stretching and swaying above it (March 8/9, 2017). These loops are actually charged particles (made visible in extreme ultraviolet light) swirling along the magnetic field lines of the active region. The video covers about 30 hours of activity. Also of note is a darker twisting mass of plasma to the left of the active region being pulled and spun about by magnetic forces.
Credit: Solar Dynamics Observatory, NASA