Glass Bottle Art Ideas | Set Of Pictures Ideas

Ideas. Wine bottles, glass bottles and old bottles . . . . . . Diy wine bottles, mason jars, tins decorating wine bottles embellishment of old bottles,mason glass …

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NASA Releases Images of Enigmatic Ancient Earthworks

What the heck are these things?

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Google and YouTube now engaging in wholesale censorship of content they don’t want the public to see

Google and YouTube now engaging in wholesale censorship of content they don’t want the public to see

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Well, my Facebook account has been suspended for "suspicious activity," and I suspect, G+ and YouTube might be next

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Photographer Creates Visual Love Letter to the Welcoming Land and People of Peru

Notes to Peru is a heartfelt visual dedication to the people and animals who have shaped the land of Peru. Moved by the spirit of the country, San Francisco-based photographer Brian Flaherty created this series of portraits during a recent trip with his wife. Forgoing a road-map and plans, the pair roamed the country and were delighted with the natural wonders of the land, and the overwhelming warmth of its people.
The photographer and his wife took a guided trek through the Andes, stopping in s

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Could Eating Honey Be A Form of Microbial Time Travel?

Did you know that there are billions of years of biological information encoded within your cells, and that depending on what you do or do not eat, the information incarnates or remains latent? 

 

When we look at ourselves through this microbial lens, where we “end” and the living and breathing environment “begins” is no longer as clear as the boundary of our skin. What we eat or expose ourselves chemically, for instance, not only becomes of crucial significance in determining the state of our health and disease risk, but to our very identity. 
 

 

This information is beginning to affect the way we look at ourselves as a species in evolutionary terms. In fact, the hologenome theory of evolution states that we are a “holobiont,” a host whose fate is and always was inseparably bound to all its symbiotic microbes. 
 

 

As with classical evolutionary theory on our how genes evolve, selective pressures from the environment have shaped the types and numbers of microbes that now form the basis for both our health and disease susceptibility. And what are some of the most important “selective pressures” that have gone into creating our holobiont selves over the course of unimaginably vast swaths of time? Dietary, environmental, and cultural ones, of course. 

When Hippocrates said “we are what we eat,” this was true not only in molecular terms, i.e. the food we eat produces molecular building blocks from which our bodies are constructed, but also in microbial terms, i.e., the microbes we expose ourselves to and cultivate through nutrition affect and/or permanently alter our holobiont selves. Which leads us to the topic of honey and “microbial time travel.”

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G. Gibson Gallery presents Mary Iverson

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Teddy Presberg

teddy presberg musician / producer

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Teddy Presberg !!!  

Composer – Producer – Studio Guitarist – Educator

Music rooted in improvisation, inspired by the moment and the audience.

"Teddy Presberg’s music is an experimental mash of soul, funk, and rock n’roll – a blend of sounds described as shoegaze jazz. His live shows are rooted in improvisation, inspired by the moment and the audience. Often compared to the funky, soulful jazz musicians Grant Green and Eddie Harris, you also hear artists such as Jack White and Beck influence his sound. His music is fresh, ever evolving, and lays out his immediate and unfiltered response to our society and times (check out his Apocalypse Yesterday EP)."

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