This place is amazing! #365project #bombaybeach (at Ski Inn)
It took 192 lasers and a building big enough to contain three football fields, but physicists have finally produced a pair of nuclear fusion reactions that created more energy than was in the fuel to start with.
Image: Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory
Tired of winter? I have the solution! Close your eyes… Imagine a warm beach. Soft sand between your toes. Gentle waves lapping at your ankles. A beeeeyooooteeeeful dog at your heels!
This dream of a sandy summertime beach is brought to you by ME, Sandy in Michigan, where we’ve got piles of snow, not sand, right now. But that’s okay… my love will not only keep you warm, it will banish the polar vortex!
I am healthy, only 1 and a half years old, VERY well trained, and I love other dogs! My friends at All Species Kinship (A.S.K.) here in Battle Creek say I am basically perfect, which means I’d be perfect for you or someone you know.
So if you want to see this LOOOONG winter end, and spring arrive, all you have to do is share me and help me find a home! Then it will be spring every day forever!
Want to know more? My 411 is here:
Love me already? Just call 877-596-7776 and ask to meet me!
With warm love and sunny smiles,
Your best friend Sandy
Spent the weekend living in a lighthouse. Here’s some painty doodles I did there.
Upside to having to trek to the only Russian grocer/deli in Orange County? This is my lunch! #365project #food (at Moscow Deli)
'BURY THE HATCHET is the portrait of three Mardi Gras Indians…over five years, pre and post Hurricane Katrina, and is an exploration of their struggles against the police, violence amongst themselves, gentrification of their neighborhoods, disinterested youth and natural disaster.’
Since traveling to New Orleans in the wake of Hurricane Katrina, I have read and watched much about this area of the country I knew very little about. Getting down to see this part of Mardi Gras is on my bucket list and I hope I’ll get to see this film when it makes it to streaming, or showings in the LA area.
Scientists have started to study how dogs take emotional cues from human voices. According to the head researcher: "We’d put an experienced dog up in the scanner, and he’d be up there sitting still. Then we’d bring into the room a less experienced dog. And he’d get so jealous! He just wanted to be on the scanner bed like the other dog. It became the place of happiness."
Photos Courtesy of Borbala Ferenczy and Eniko Kubinyi
Diagram adapted from “Voice-Sensitive Regions in the Dog and Human Brain Are Revealed by Comparative fMRI" by Attila Andics et al.
Congrats, Lupita! You’re awesome and I love you (not just because you thanked your editor. You’re legit amazing!)