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california-keen:

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california-keen:

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lensblr-network:

Iceland Series, February 2014
The well known miniature Icelandic Horse, how can you not like these guys!
Photo taken by Andrew Cory © All Rights Reserved
by acmackenzie.tumblr.com

lensblr-network:

Iceland Series, February 2014

The well known miniature Icelandic Horse, how can you not like these guys!

Photo taken by Andrew Cory © All Rights Reserved

catsbeaversandducks:

Meerkats make the best photographer’s assistants EVER.

Via BuzzFeed

que amor <3 !!!

(via california-keen)

Rolling Stone “Star Wars Goes On Vacation” photo shoot promoting “Return Of The Jedi” in 1983. (via)

amo *-*

(Fonte: vintagegal, via vintagegal)

I know you, I walked with you once upon a dream
I know you, the gleam in your eyes is so familiar a gleam
Yet I know it’s true that visions are seldom all they seem…

(Fonte: mithrandy, via vintagegal)

“Eu estava sozinha. Eu tentava me segurar no alivio e esquecer a tristeza do fato. Era melhor estar sozinha, menos humilhante.”
A Hospedeira.    (via recuperarte)

(Fonte: trecho-de-livros, via recuperarte)

“"A gente se cala, e não significa que estamos concordando com o que estamos ouvindo, a gente se cala por saber que temos uma facilidade muito grande em ferir quem está falando. A gente não se cala pela falta de palavras, a gente se cala pelo excesso delas.”
— Sean Wilhelm”
montereybayaquarium:

We’re not the only ones saluting #veterans today! Free admission to vets, active-duty military, reservists and retirees (with valid ID). While family members don’t receive free admission, they can purchase discounted tickets in advance on military bases.
Plan your visit. 

montereybayaquarium:

We’re not the only ones saluting #veterans today! Free admission to vets, active-duty military, reservists and retirees (with valid ID). While family members don’t receive free admission, they can purchase discounted tickets in advance on military bases.

Plan your visit

montereybayaquarium:

We’re not the only ones saluting #veterans today! Free admission to vets, active-duty military, reservists and retirees (with valid ID). While family members don’t receive free admission, they can purchase discounted tickets in advance on military bases.
Plan your visit. 

montereybayaquarium:

We’re not the only ones saluting #veterans today! Free admission to vets, active-duty military, reservists and retirees (with valid ID). While family members don’t receive free admission, they can purchase discounted tickets in advance on military bases.

Plan your visit

scimedonly:


MY PURIFIED BOTTLED WATER: Reverse Osmosis
Last night, I bought a bottled water from my school’s cafeteria. The ingredient section of the label reads: “Purified by Reverse Osmosis”. I returned to my dorm room wondering in my head what reverse osmosis meant. I did make a good guess but I wondered why reverse osmosis would be useful and why it is possible. 
So heres what I found out about reverse osmosis. 
Reverse Osmosis is a separation process that uses pressure to force a solvent (in this case, water) through a semi-permeable membrane which retains the contaminants on one side and allows the pure solvent to pass to the other side. Like the name implies it is “Reverse” of the normal osmosis (movement of solvents from a low solute concentration to higher solute concentration). The pressure/ force applied has to exceed the osmotic pressure in order to move solvent from a region of high solute concentration to a region of low solute concentration through a semi-permeable membrane.
Apparently Reverse Osmosis is useful in so many different systems such as&#160;: Green houses, Hemodialysis, Kidney Dialysis, Ice-making,…and a lot more. Next time you’re holding a bottled water, I hope you value the reverse osmosis technique.

scimedonly:

MY PURIFIED BOTTLED WATER: Reverse Osmosis

Last night, I bought a bottled water from my school’s cafeteria. The ingredient section of the label reads: “Purified by Reverse Osmosis”. I returned to my dorm room wondering in my head what reverse osmosis meant. I did make a good guess but I wondered why reverse osmosis would be useful and why it is possible. 

So heres what I found out about reverse osmosis. 

Reverse Osmosis is a separation process that uses pressure to force a solvent (in this case, water) through a semi-permeable membrane which retains the contaminants on one side and allows the pure solvent to pass to the other side. Like the name implies it is “Reverse” of the normal osmosis (movement of solvents from a low solute concentration to higher solute concentration). The pressure/ force applied has to exceed the osmotic pressure in order to move solvent from a region of high solute concentration to a region of low solute concentration through a semi-permeable membrane.

Apparently Reverse Osmosis is useful in so many different systems such as : Green houses, Hemodialysis, Kidney Dialysis, Ice-making,…and a lot more. Next time you’re holding a bottled water, I hope you value the reverse osmosis technique.

(via science-junkie)