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https://plus.google.com/114363091008453152092 Blake X : Only 90s cats will understand
Only 90s cats will understand
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https://plus.google.com/105389312572431382989 Pat Papertown : My Two Favourite Songs at Christmas This Year First, more than anything else, through my own mental ...
My Two Favourite Songs at Christmas This Year
First, more than anything else, through my own mental association(s), Aled Jones' 'Walking in the Air' from 'The Snowman' just aesthetically reminds me of how beautiful Britain and its culture once were (e.g. Shakespeare; Blake; Coleridge; Wordsworth; Thoma...
My Two Favourite Songs at Christmas This Year
First, more than anything else, through my own mental association(s), Aled Jones' 'Walking in the Air' from 'The Snowman' just aesthetically reminds me of how beautiful Britain and its culture once were (e.g. Shakespeare; Bla...
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https://plus.google.com/107347280401400211373 Adam Ezagouri : THE PARTY - REVIEW Here's a movie which, on paper, couldn't have sounded like a good idea. Peter Sellers...
THE PARTY - REVIEW
Here's a movie which, on paper, couldn't have sounded like a good idea. Peter Sellers playing an Indian guy in a film where basically nothing in the way of a plot happens? Ok... Luckily, with Blake Edwards directing, Sellers' slapstick genius at its peak an...
THE PARTY - REVIEW
Here's a movie which, on paper, couldn't have sounded like a good idea. Peter Sellers playing an Indian guy in a film where basically nothing in the way of a plot happens? Ok... Luckily, with Blake Edwards directing, Sellers'...
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https://plus.google.com/107438982106070274242 Sal : It's 1 month today /.\ Oml, I'm so happy I can't even describe. This month has been the happiest all...
It's 1 month today /.\
Oml, I'm so happy I can't even describe.
This month has been the happiest all year. I just want to thank him for everything. Being there for me, loving me and kissing me. Letting me say all the shit I want, but hugs me after it.
1 month like wtf, why are you still here?!
you were supposed to leave a while back but you didn't. You stayed and I love you so much for just staying.
You remind me that I'm beautiful and you fell in love with me.
You remind me that I can tell you anything and you wouldn't even judge me.
You're always there for me putting a smile on this forsaken face.
Okay, fuck you, I love you so much my lazy ass :")
Thank you Blake, always x
Someone tag this ass
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https://plus.google.com/109736023143243924474 Blake Nix : Uummannaq Island, Greenland | NASA Earth Observing Mission 1 Dec. 21, 2014: It is no mystery how Uummannaq...
Uummannaq Island, Greenland | NASA Earth Observing Mission 1 Dec. 21, 2014: It is no mystery how Uummannaq Island got its name. In Greenlandic, the word means “heart-shaped,” an apt description for the multi-peaked mountain that towers over the 12 square kilometer (5 square mile) island.

Located off the coast of northwestern Greenland in Uummannaq Fjord, the mountain’s granite and gneiss peak rises sharply from sea level to about 1,170 meters (3,840 feet), giving Uummannaq three times the height of One World Trade Center (the tallest skyscraper in the Western Hemisphere). The rock that makes up Uummannaq is ancient, likely forming 3.0 to 2.8 billion years ago during the Archean Eon.

Located well north of the Arctic Circle, Uummannaq Island is home to one of the most northerly towns in Greenland. The sun never drops below the horizon for nearly three months in summer, and winter brings months of darkness. The Advanced Land Imager (ALI) on the EO-1 satellite captured this image of the island on May 16, 2012.

Looking down from above, it can be difficult to locate the summit. But the two-pronged shadow falling to the north offers a sense of the mountain’s sharp relief. Sea ice still surrounded the island, but breaks in the ice—called leads—expose seawater beneath it. Usually, sea ice around Uummannaq breaks up and drifts away by the end of May.

Home to about 1,200 people, the town of Uummannaq lies on the southern tip of the island. Some scientists use Uummannaq as a base to conduct field research on nearby outlet glaciers that drain the Greenland Ice Sheet. 

Image Credit: NASA Earth Observatory image by Jesse Allen using EO-1 ALI data from the NASA EO-1 team
Image Date: May 16, 2012
Caption Credit: Adam Voiland, with information from Sam Doyle Photograph copyright Sam Doyle and Matt Burdekin
Instrument: EO-1 - ALI

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#NASA #Space #Satellite #Earth #Greenland #Uummannaq #Island #Arctic #Science #GSFC #Observing #Mission #EO1
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https://plus.google.com/102700452641107926015 Savanna Blake : ❤️❤️❤️😍😋😊 this old pic in my phone
❤️❤️❤️😍😋😊 this old pic in my phone 
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https://plus.google.com/109736023143243924474 Blake Nix : "If the Universe had just the tiniest amount more of dark matter — something like 1 part in 10^24 more...
"If the Universe had just the tiniest amount more of dark matter — something like 1 part in 10^24 more — it would have recollapsed billions of years ago. It was very finely balanced for a long time — with gravity winning locally in some spots and losing in others — but now that dark energy has come to dominate it, we’re seeing that its effects are going to win out. It wins in the end, it wins on the largest scales, and it wins for everything that wasn’t already gravitationally bound together after the first seven-or-so billion years of the Universe."

We all know that dark energy has come to dominate the Universe, and will lead to a cold, empty Universe in short order. But everywhere we look, we find galaxies and clusters: regions where gravity has defeated the cosmic expansion in the greatest struggle in the Universe. So how is it possible that both of these things are true? A great explanation of the difference between "local" and "global" when it comes to the expanding Universe!
Ask Ethan #67: Dark Matter vs. Dark Energy
The Universe looks bizarre: a plethora of galaxies, many clusters, but very little bigger than that. What made it so?
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https://plus.google.com/118272162201418304573 Larry Qualls : Art & Design Events, New York, Sunday, 21 December 2014 Pop-Up 104 Delancey St Rad Roubeni Public Display...
Art & Design Events, New York, Sunday, 21 December 2014
Pop-Up 104 Delancey
St Rad Roubeni Public Display: Streetscapes 4-7 Two Hustlers 50
White St Studio Formichetti Arts Grant Winners Andrew Lyman,
Arielle Stein, Michael Blake, Molly Matalon, Organ Armani, Sam Rolfes, Vlad
Anghel, Zoe Wolkoff and Paul Barry n...
Art & Design Events, New York, Sunday, 21 December 2014
Pop-Up 104 Delancey St Rad Roubeni Public Display: Streetscapes 4-7 Two Hustlers 50 White St Studio Formichetti Arts Grant Winners Andrew Lyman, Arielle Stein, Michael Blake, Molly Matalon, Organ Armani, Sam Rolfes, Vlad Ang...
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https://plus.google.com/112916475696290577960 Rohan Blake :

Half of Dr. Oz's medical advice is baseless or wrong, study says
It's not hard to understand what makes Dr. Oz so popular. Called "America's doctor," syndicated talk-show host Mehmet Oz speaks in a way anyone can understand. Medicine may be complex. But with Dr. Oz, clad in scrubs and crooning to millions of viewers about "miracles" and "revolutionary" breakthroughs, it's often not. He somehow makes it fun. And people can't get enough.
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https://plus.google.com/109736023143243924474 Blake Nix : Need to Know: Sample Analysis at Mars Findings | NASA Dec. 16, 2014: There’s big news coming out of ...
Need to Know: Sample Analysis at Mars Findings | NASA
Dec. 16, 2014: There’s big news coming out of the Sample Analysis at Mars instrument suite (SAM) on NASA’s Curiosity rover. For the first time, organic matter has definitively been detected on Mars. In addition to finding organic compounds in rocks, SAM has also detected sharp increases and decreases in methane levels in the atmosphere. MSL participating scientist, Danny Glavin, explains these findings and what they tell us about our search for life on the Red Planet.

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#Robotics #Organics #Life #Astrobiology #Sample #Analysis #SAM #Sources #Sinks #Water #Science #Chemistry #Laboratory #MSL #Goddard #GSFC
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https://plus.google.com/108257395485572574555 Serguei Tchepik : "Unnecessarily Antagonistic?" Sony Execs Debate Merits Of Kim Jong Un Assassination Comedy “Do you think...
"Unnecessarily Antagonistic?" Sony Execs Debate Merits Of Kim Jong Un Assassination Comedy
“Do you think there will be a possibility that Kim Jun Eun may launch missles to our office if we release it?” said a Sony executive based in South Korea.

Sony Pictures
In making a comedy about killing North Korean president Kim Jong Un, Sony Pictures anticipated the film would have its critics. But as the initial release date of The Interview neared, studio executives debated a more specific concern: Was releasing the film on a North Korean national holiday devoted to the founding of the country’s ruling party taking things a step too far?
Leaked emails from Sony executives show the company questioning the launch date, as well as broader concerns about a buddy comedy that depicts the killing of a real-life foreign head of state. Members of the company’s legal and international units were particularly concerned about the film’s inflammatory content; people closer to the creative teams held a more relaxed view.
On May 20, Keith Weaver, the executive vice president for worldwide government affairs at Sony, said the planned release date of Oct. 10 was awkward, as it was the same day as the North Korean holiday that commemorates the founding of the ruling Workers’ Party of Korea.
“The holiday itself is a big deal and involves many ceremonies and marches and weapons displays around the Worker’s Party monument, which is depicted in the opening scene (what the missile launches out of/from),” he said. “Should I do anything?”
Sony Pictures Entertainment general counsel Leah Weil said the planned date “seems perhaps unintentionally (unnecessarily) offensive.” In response Weaver said that Jeff Blake, then the vice chairman of Sony Pictures, was “unaware and really appreciated the call” and said that “the right people are discussing” moving the date.
When, in August, Sony decided to move The Interview‘s release date to Christmas, several outlets portrayed the move as a confident one, and Entertainment Weekly called it a “Christmas gift” to Kim Jong Un. James Weaver, the president of Seth Rogen’s production company, said in an email that “the coverage has been really great and this Christmas present to Kim Jun-un idea is awesome and keeps coming up.”
But concerns about the film’s potential to offend audiences, especially in East Asia, were voiced earlier by overseas executives.
On May 20, head of international distribution Steven O’Dell said he would send a print of the movie to Sun Yong Hwang, a Sony executive in South Korea, but said that he expected them not to release it, and he “will not even suggest we try to censor the film.” In response, Hwang wrote O’Dell, “Do you think there will be a possibility that Kim Jun Eun may launch missles to our office if we release it?”
O’Dell responded, “The film itself will be a bomb there all by itself.”
He also said releasing the film on a North Korean national holiday “seems unnecessarily antagonistic especially if we doubt the film can be commercial.”
In June, Hwang made it very clear that the movie would be unacceptable in South Korea. “Above all, it make a North Korean head too much caricature and strange North Korean accent is not acceptable to our audience,” she said. “Also there would be a big potential to produce the political issue about North Korea as well.”
Also in June, Robert Crockett, a Disney executive for Southeast Asia, recommended that The Interview not be released in Singapore, Indonesia, and Malaysia, citing “very stringent rules & regulations on discriminatory and racial inflammatory content” in Singapore and Malaysia, and that it would not be commercially viable in Indonesia.
Sony ultimately decided not to release the movie in Asia, and Kazuo Hirai, CEO of the Sony parent corporation, made a rare intervention in the creative process, requesting that “a scene in which Mr. Kim’s head explodes when hit by a tank shell be toned down to remove images of flaming hair and chunks of skull,” the New York Times reported.
Many suspect that North Korea is behind the devastating hack of Sony Pictures, although neither Sony nor any law enforcement agency has accused the North Korean government in public. Last week North Korea denied that it was behind the hack, but described it as “righteous.” In a message that some Sony employees received from a group purporting to be the hackers, threats were made to employees and their family if they planned to release “the movie of terrorism which can break the regional peace and cause the War!”
In a damning email on May 30, first uncovered by Gawker, Peter Taylor, a Sony Pictures executive in the United Kingdom, said the film was a “misfire” and was “desperately unfunny and repetitive,” until the last 20 minutes, when it “stopped being a comedy altogether with a level of realistic violence that would be shocking in a horror movie.” Taylor did say, “on the plus side,” that the film had one of Rogen’s best performances, and that “the concept itself despite being poorly executed is sellable.”
After a trailer was released in June, the North Korean government criticized the movie, prompting Sony Entertainment CEO Michael Lynton to say in an email to Amy Pascal, “better if seth does not do any tweeting for a while until we sort it out.”
However, while Lynton was hoping the controversy would blow over, Pascal decided that the company should distance itself from the film. In one email, she told Blake that “we need sonys name off this asap everywhere.” Sony’s legal staff also discussed taking Sony’s name off of promotional materials. Lynton then received a series of emails detailing how Sony’s name was being removed from from the trailer and credits.
A few days later, a group of Sony executives were emailed a BBC story with the headline “North Korea threatens war on US over North Korea movie,” Pascal responded “Is this a joke.”
Hwang, the Korean executive, responded “Let me find out but it will be fine.” Hannah Minghella, the president of Columbia Pictures, said “I think it’s very real and very scary.” Andrea Giametti, the executive vice president for product at Columbia, said, “We survived opus day and Jesus freaks on davinci. Al queda on zero dark thirty. And we will on this too.”


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"Unnecessarily Antagonistic?" Sony Execs Debate Merits Of Kim Jong Un Assassination Comedy - NewZwolf.com
“Do you think there will be a possibility that Kim Jun Eun may launch missles to our office if we release it?” said a Sony executive based in South Korea. Sony Pictures In making a comedy about killing North Korean president Kim Jong Un, Sony Pictures anticipated the film would have its critics. But as the initial release date of The Interview neared, studio executives debated a more specific concern: W...
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https://plus.google.com/107944174744247290712 NEWZwolf.com : "Unnecessarily Antagonistic?" Sony Execs Debate Merits Of Kim Jong Un Assassination Comedy “Do you think...
"Unnecessarily Antagonistic?" Sony Execs Debate Merits Of Kim Jong Un Assassination Comedy
“Do you think there will be a possibility that Kim Jun Eun may launch missles to our office if we release it?” said a Sony executive based in South Korea.

Sony Pictures
In making a comedy about killing North Korean president Kim Jong Un, Sony Pictures anticipated the film would have its critics. But as the initial release date of The Interview neared, studio executives debated a more specific concern: Was releasing the film on a North Korean national holiday devoted to the founding of the country’s ruling party taking things a step too far?
Leaked emails from Sony executives show the company questioning the launch date, as well as broader concerns about a buddy comedy that depicts the killing of a real-life foreign head of state. Members of the company’s legal and international units were particularly concerned about the film’s inflammatory content; people closer to the creative teams held a more relaxed view.
On May 20, Keith Weaver, the executive vice president for worldwide government affairs at Sony, said the planned release date of Oct. 10 was awkward, as it was the same day as the North Korean holiday that commemorates the founding of the ruling Workers’ Party of Korea.
“The holiday itself is a big deal and involves many ceremonies and marches and weapons displays around the Worker’s Party monument, which is depicted in the opening scene (what the missile launches out of/from),” he said. “Should I do anything?”
Sony Pictures Entertainment general counsel Leah Weil said the planned date “seems perhaps unintentionally (unnecessarily) offensive.” In response Weaver said that Jeff Blake, then the vice chairman of Sony Pictures, was “unaware and really appreciated the call” and said that “the right people are discussing” moving the date.
When, in August, Sony decided to move The Interview‘s release date to Christmas, several outlets portrayed the move as a confident one, and Entertainment Weekly called it a “Christmas gift” to Kim Jong Un. James Weaver, the president of Seth Rogen’s production company, said in an email that “the coverage has been really great and this Christmas present to Kim Jun-un idea is awesome and keeps coming up.”
But concerns about the film’s potential to offend audiences, especially in East Asia, were voiced earlier by overseas executives.
On May 20, head of international distribution Steven O’Dell said he would send a print of the movie to Sun Yong Hwang, a Sony executive in South Korea, but said that he expected them not to release it, and he “will not even suggest we try to censor the film.” In response, Hwang wrote O’Dell, “Do you think there will be a possibility that Kim Jun Eun may launch missles to our office if we release it?”
O’Dell responded, “The film itself will be a bomb there all by itself.”
He also said releasing the film on a North Korean national holiday “seems unnecessarily antagonistic especially if we doubt the film can be commercial.”
In June, Hwang made it very clear that the movie would be unacceptable in South Korea. “Above all, it make a North Korean head too much caricature and strange North Korean accent is not acceptable to our audience,” she said. “Also there would be a big potential to produce the political issue about North Korea as well.”
Also in June, Robert Crockett, a Disney executive for Southeast Asia, recommended that The Interview not be released in Singapore, Indonesia, and Malaysia, citing “very stringent rules & regulations on discriminatory and racial inflammatory content” in Singapore and Malaysia, and that it would not be commercially viable in Indonesia.
Sony ultimately decided not to release the movie in Asia, and Kazuo Hirai, CEO of the Sony parent corporation, made a rare intervention in the creative process, requesting that “a scene in which Mr. Kim’s head explodes when hit by a tank shell be toned down to remove images of flaming hair and chunks of skull,” the New York Times reported.
Many suspect that North Korea is behind the devastating hack of Sony Pictures, although neither Sony nor any law enforcement agency has accused the North Korean government in public. Last week North Korea denied that it was behind the hack, but described it as “righteous.” In a message that some Sony employees received from a group purporting to be the hackers, threats were made to employees and their family if they planned to release “the movie of terrorism which can break the regional peace and cause the War!”
In a damning email on May 30, first uncovered by Gawker, Peter Taylor, a Sony Pictures executive in the United Kingdom, said the film was a “misfire” and was “desperately unfunny and repetitive,” until the last 20 minutes, when it “stopped being a comedy altogether with a level of realistic violence that would be shocking in a horror movie.” Taylor did say, “on the plus side,” that the film had one of Rogen’s best performances, and that “the concept itself despite being poorly executed is sellable.”
After a trailer was released in June, the North Korean government criticized the movie, prompting Sony Entertainment CEO Michael Lynton to say in an email to Amy Pascal, “better if seth does not do any tweeting for a while until we sort it out.”
However, while Lynton was hoping the controversy would blow over, Pascal decided that the company should distance itself from the film. In one email, she told Blake that “we need sonys name off this asap everywhere.” Sony’s legal staff also discussed taking Sony’s name off of promotional materials. Lynton then received a series of emails detailing how Sony’s name was being removed from from the trailer and credits.
A few days later, a group of Sony executives were emailed a BBC story with the headline “North Korea threatens war on US over North Korea movie,” Pascal responded “Is this a joke.”
Hwang, the Korean executive, responded “Let me find out but it will be fine.” Hannah Minghella, the president of Columbia Pictures, said “I think it’s very real and very scary.” Andrea Giametti, the executive vice president for product at Columbia, said, “We survived opus day and Jesus freaks on davinci. Al queda on zero dark thirty. And we will on this too.”


#Business
"Unnecessarily Antagonistic?" Sony Execs Debate Merits Of Kim Jong Un Assassination Comedy - NewZwolf.com
“Do you think there will be a possibility that Kim Jun Eun may launch missles to our office if we release it?” said a Sony executive based in South Korea. Sony Pictures In making a comedy about killing North Korean president Kim Jong Un, Sony Pictures anticipated the film would have its critics. But as the initial release date of The Interview neared, studio executives debated a more specific concern: W...
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https://plus.google.com/109736023143243924474 Blake Nix : T-Mobile paying $90 million to settle ‘cramming’ charges To compensate for the illegal practice of ...
T-Mobile paying $90 million to settle ‘cramming’ charges

To compensate for the illegal practice of cramming, charging customers for unwanted services, T-Mobile will be laying out some major cash to make amends.

By +Matthew Benson 
T-Mobile paying $90 million to settle 'cramming' charges
To compensate for the illegal practice of cramming, charging customers for unwanted services, T-Mobile will be laying out some major cash to make amends.
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https://plus.google.com/109736023143243924474 Blake Nix : Sarychev Peak Eruption, Kuril Islands | International Space Station A fortuitous orbit of the International...
Sarychev Peak Eruption, Kuril Islands | International Space Station
A fortuitous orbit of the International Space Station allowed the astronauts this striking oblique view of Sarychev Volcano (Kuril Islands, northeast of Japan) in an early stage of eruption on June 12, 2009. Sarychev Peak is one of the most active volcanoes in the Kuril Island chain, and it is located on the northwestern end of Matua Island. Prior to June 12, the last explosive eruption occurred in 1989, with eruptions in 1986, 1976, 1954, and 1946 also producing lava flows.

Ash from the multi-day eruption was detected 2,407 kilometers east-southeast and 926 kilometers west-northwest of the volcano, and commercial airline flights were diverted away from the region to minimize the danger of engine failures from ash intake.

This video is exciting to volcanologists because it captures several phenomena that occur during the earliest stages of an explosive volcanic eruption. The main column is one of a series of plumes that rose above Matua Island on June 12. The plume appears to be a combination of brown ash and white steam. The vigorously rising plume gives the steam a bubble-like appearance.

In contrast, the smooth white cloud on top may be water condensation that resulted from rapid rising and cooling of the air mass above the ash column. This cloud, which meteorologists call a pileus cloud, is probably a transient feature: the eruption plume is starting to punch through. The structure also indicates that little to no shearing wind was present at the time to disrupt the plume. (Satellite images acquired 2-3 days after the start of activity illustrate the effect of shearing winds on the spread of the ash plumes across the Pacific Ocean.)

By contrast, a cloud of denser, gray ash—probably a pyroclastic flow—appears to be hugging the ground, descending from the volcano summit. The rising eruption plume casts a shadow to the northwest of the island (image top). Brown ash at a lower altitude of the atmosphere spreads out above the ground at image lower left. Low-level stratus clouds approach Matua Island from the east, wrapping around the lower slopes of the volcano. Only about 1.5 kilometers of the coastline of Matua Island (image lower center) are visible beneath the clouds and ash.

Astronaut video was acquired on June 12, 2009, with a Nikon D2XS digital camera fitted with a 400mm lens, and is provided by the ISS Crew Earth Observations experiment and Image Science & Analysis Laboratory, Johnson Space Center. The video was taken by the Expedition 20 crew. The image in this article has been cropped and enhanced to improve contrast. Lens artifacts have been removed. The International Space Station Program supports the laboratory to help astronauts take pictures of Earth that will be of the greatest value to scientists and the public.

Video Credit: NASA/JSC Gateway to Astronaut Photography of Earth
Video Date: June 22, 2009
Caption Credit: M. Justin Wilkinson, NASA-JSC
Instrument: ISS - Digital Camera

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https://plus.google.com/107827207079859387328 Verona Flower : I'm seriously sad, but I didn't forget about this thing! Today's #DailyRWBY  will feature Blake Belladonna...
I'm seriously sad, but I didn't forget about this thing!
Today's #DailyRWBY  will feature Blake Belladonna of Team RWBY, and former member of the White Fang!

I actually began to admire Blake from the moment she appeared...In the "Black" trailer, and the series.

Please stop scrolling and take a second to admire this beautiful black-haired cat faunus!

Any Blake fans among us?


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