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@AcreditaNisso? O estudo, realizado na Universidade de British Columbia, no Canadá, aponta que as mulheres gostam de rapazes menos sorridentes, preferindo aqueles que posam como orgulhosos, poderosos, mal humorados ou envergonhados. Os homens, em contraste, são mais atraídos sexualmente por mulheres mais alegres, descartando as confiantes e orgulhosas. Os pesquisadores descobriram que as mulheres se sentem menos atraídas por homens sorrindo, ao contrário dos homens, que gostam mais das mulheres que pareciam mais felizes. No geral, os homens classificam as mulheres como mais atraentes do que as mulheres classificam os homens. O estudo é o primeiro a relatar uma diferença significativa de gênero em relação ao sorriso e ajuda a explicar estereótipos como o “bad boy” e outros. É também o primeiro estudo a investigar como a manifestação de orgulho ou vergonha atrai as pessoas. “É importante lembrarmos que o estudo explora primeiras impressões da atração sexual pelo sexo oposto”, disse Alec Beall, coautor do estudo, em entrevista ao jornal inglês Daily Mail. Os especialistas explicam que a intenção não foi classificar as fotos como possíveis maridos e mulheres. “Queríamos a primeiríssima impressão sobre a atração sexual”, explica Beall. Estudos anteriores descobriram que a personalidade e equilíbrio emocional são mais desejáveis em uma relação afetiva. Outros artigos, explicam os autores, sugerem que a atração entre indivíduos é modelada por séculos de forças evolutivas e culturais. Os pesquisadores disseram que mais pesquisas precisam ser feitas para entender as diferentes reações à felicidade, mas indicam que o fenômeno pode ser entendido de acordo com princípios da psicologia evolutiva e normas socioculturais de gênero. Por exemplo, o sorriso seria associado à falta de dominância, que é consistente com a norma tradicional de gênero da mulher “vulnerável” e inconsistente com o homem “forte”. Fonte: Veja . SIGAM-ME OS BONS 👉 @Nandinhatw (ADM): Aaredita Nisso? Mulheres gostam de homens mais dIScretos e os homens de mulneres sorridentes mais 。/ACREDITANISSOOFICIAL OACREDTANISSOOFICIALACREDITANIS @ACREDITANISSO @AcreditaNisso? O estudo, realizado na Universidade de British Columbia, no Canadá, aponta que as mulheres gostam de rapazes menos sorridentes, preferindo aqueles que posam como orgulhosos, poderosos, mal humorados ou envergonhados. Os homens, em contraste, são mais atraídos sexualmente por mulheres mais alegres, descartando as confiantes e orgulhosas. Os pesquisadores descobriram que as mulheres se sentem menos atraídas por homens sorrindo, ao contrário dos homens, que gostam mais das mulheres que pareciam mais felizes. No geral, os homens classificam as mulheres como mais atraentes do que as mulheres classificam os homens. O estudo é o primeiro a relatar uma diferença significativa de gênero em relação ao sorriso e ajuda a explicar estereótipos como o “bad boy” e outros. É também o primeiro estudo a investigar como a manifestação de orgulho ou vergonha atrai as pessoas. “É importante lembrarmos que o estudo explora primeiras impressões da atração sexual pelo sexo oposto”, disse Alec Beall, coautor do estudo, em entrevista ao jornal inglês Daily Mail. Os especialistas explicam que a intenção não foi classificar as fotos como possíveis maridos e mulheres. “Queríamos a primeiríssima impressão sobre a atração sexual”, explica Beall. Estudos anteriores descobriram que a personalidade e equilíbrio emocional são mais desejáveis em uma relação afetiva. Outros artigos, explicam os autores, sugerem que a atração entre indivíduos é modelada por séculos de forças evolutivas e culturais. Os pesquisadores disseram que mais pesquisas precisam ser feitas para entender as diferentes reações à felicidade, mas indicam que o fenômeno pode ser entendido de acordo com princípios da psicologia evolutiva e normas socioculturais de gênero. Por exemplo, o sorriso seria associado à falta de dominância, que é consistente com a norma tradicional de gênero da mulher “vulnerável” e inconsistente com o homem “forte”. Fonte: Veja . SIGAM-ME OS BONS 👉 @Nandinhatw (ADM)

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<p><a href="http://amongststars.tumblr.com/post/162486347433/seaofolives-allthecanadianpolitics" class="tumblr_blog">amongststars</a>:</p><blockquote> <p><a href="http://seaofolives.tumblr.com/post/162392279145/allthecanadianpolitics-futureluddite" class="tumblr_blog">seaofolives</a>:</p> <blockquote> <p><a href="http://allthecanadianpolitics.tumblr.com/post/162277764854/futureluddite-automatomicatomaton" class="tumblr_blog">allthecanadianpolitics</a>:</p> <blockquote> <p><a href="https://futureluddite.tumblr.com/post/162277230210/automatomicatomaton-fantastic-pizza-meanwhile" class="tumblr_blog">futureluddite</a>:</p> <blockquote> <p><a href="http://automatomicatomaton.tumblr.com/post/162264770986/fantastic-pizza-meanwhile-in-canada" class="tumblr_blog">automatomicatomaton</a>:</p> <blockquote> <p><a href="http://fantastic-pizza.tumblr.com/post/162260365017/meanwhile-in-canada" class="tumblr_blog">fantastic-pizza</a>:</p> <blockquote><p>Meanwhile in Canada …</p></blockquote> <p>Meanwhile in Canada, a promise-breaking neoliberal stooge who has been almost eager to cooperate with Trump takes advantage of a photo-op to keep riding that high of good publicity despite failing to take any positive action of note, and in fact failing so spectacularly in his promises to Canadian First Nations that some of them have banned him, personally, from their lands.</p> </blockquote> <p>“Almost”<br/></p> <p>And let’s not forget the gift of $15 billion dollars in military equipment to a country that executes LGBT people.</p> </blockquote> <p><b>Some sources if you need them:</b></p> <p><a href="https://www.hashilthsa.com/news/2016-09-23/dfo-dismissed-negotiations-hereditary-chiefs-prime-minister-no-longer-welcome-tfn-te">DFO DISMISSED FROM NEGOTIATIONS BY HEREDITARY CHIEFS; PRIME MINISTER NO LONGER WELCOME IN TFN TERRITORY</a></p> <p><a href="http://www.torontosun.com/2017/02/05/on-electoral-reform-trudeau-didnt-just-break-a-promise--he-lied">On electoral reform, Trudeau didn’t just break a promise – he lied</a></p> <p><a href="https://www.desmog.ca/2017/02/10/can-t-stop-won-t-stop-500-days-trudeau-s-broken-promises">Can’t Stop, Won’t Stop: 500 Days of Trudeau’s Broken Promises</a><br/></p> <p><a href="https://www.theguardian.com/world/2016/apr/13/canadian-government-lied-over-12bn-arms-sale-to-saudi-arabia">Canadian government under fire over $12bn arms sale to Saudi Arabia</a></p> <p><a href="https://news.vice.com/story/canada-admits-the-weapons-it-sells-to-saudi-arabia-could-be-used-in-yemen-civil-war">Canada admits that the weapons it sells to Saudi Arabia could be used in Yemen’s civil war.</a></p> <p><b>And a few general sources of Trudeau’s failure on indigenous issues:</b></p> <p><a href="https://www.vice.com/en_ca/article/8ge7na/trudeau-accused-of-betraying-first-nations-after-permits-granted-for-controversial-site-c-dam">Trudeau Accused of Betraying First Nations After Permits Granted for Controversial Site C Dam</a></p> <p><a href="https://www.desmog.ca/2016/07/29/trudeau-just-broke-his-promise-canada-s-first-nations">Trudeau Just Broke His Promise to Canada’s First Nations</a></p> <p><a href="https://www.commondreams.org/news/2016/11/30/betrayal-trudeau-approves-kinder-morgan-pipeline-expansion#">‘Betrayal’: Trudeau Approves Kinder Morgan Pipeline Expansion</a></p> <p><a href="http://www.cbc.ca/radio/thecurrent/the-current-for-january-26-2017-1.3951896/indigenous-leaders-give-trudeau-government-failing-grade-on-delivering-promises-1.3951900">Indigenous leaders give Trudeau government failing grade on delivering promises</a></p> <p><a href="http://aptnnews.ca/2017/06/23/trudeau-liberals-take-human-rights-tribunal-to-court-over-first-nation-children-ruling/">Trudeau Liberals take Human Rights Tribunal to court over First Nation children ruling</a></p> <p><a href="http://www.huffingtonpost.ca/2017/03/23/trudeau-budget-indigenous-child-welfare_n_15566988.html">Trudeau Budget Continues Illegal Discrimination Against Indigenous Children: Cindy Blackstock</a><br/></p> <p><a href="https://www.vice.com/en_ca/article/ava8ne/first-nations-groups-launching-massive-lawsuit-after-trudeaus-lng-decision">First Nations Groups Launching Massive Lawsuit After Trudeau’s LNG Decision</a></p> <p><a href="http://aptnnews.ca/2016/11/29/british-columbia-grand-chief-calls-trudeau-a-serial-liar-over-broken-promises/">British Columbia grand chief calls Trudeau a ‘serial liar’ over broken promises</a></p> <p><a href="https://www.theglobeandmail.com/news/news-video/video-trudeau-very-pleased-trump-approved-keystone-xl-pipeline/article34420314/">Video: Trudeau ‘very pleased’ Trump approved Keystone XL pipeline</a></p> </blockquote> <p>it’s heartbreaking to reblog this but i refuse to be a farce so here it is</p> </blockquote> <p>El oh el</p> </blockquote> <p>Trudeau is absolute trash. Plus did y'all see Trump’s recent tweet where he called Trudeau his newfound friend? Y'all still stan him now?</p>: <p><a href="http://amongststars.tumblr.com/post/162486347433/seaofolives-allthecanadianpolitics" class="tumblr_blog">amongststars</a>:</p><blockquote> <p><a href="http://seaofolives.tumblr.com/post/162392279145/allthecanadianpolitics-futureluddite" class="tumblr_blog">seaofolives</a>:</p> <blockquote> <p><a href="http://allthecanadianpolitics.tumblr.com/post/162277764854/futureluddite-automatomicatomaton" class="tumblr_blog">allthecanadianpolitics</a>:</p> <blockquote> <p><a href="https://futureluddite.tumblr.com/post/162277230210/automatomicatomaton-fantastic-pizza-meanwhile" class="tumblr_blog">futureluddite</a>:</p> <blockquote> <p><a href="http://automatomicatomaton.tumblr.com/post/162264770986/fantastic-pizza-meanwhile-in-canada" class="tumblr_blog">automatomicatomaton</a>:</p> <blockquote> <p><a href="http://fantastic-pizza.tumblr.com/post/162260365017/meanwhile-in-canada" class="tumblr_blog">fantastic-pizza</a>:</p> <blockquote><p>Meanwhile in Canada …</p></blockquote> <p>Meanwhile in Canada, a promise-breaking neoliberal stooge who has been almost eager to cooperate with Trump takes advantage of a photo-op to keep riding that high of good publicity despite failing to take any positive action of note, and in fact failing so spectacularly in his promises to Canadian First Nations that some of them have banned him, personally, from their lands.</p> </blockquote> <p>“Almost”<br/></p> <p>And let’s not forget the gift of $15 billion dollars in military equipment to a country that executes LGBT people.</p> </blockquote> <p><b>Some sources if you need them:</b></p> <p><a href="https://www.hashilthsa.com/news/2016-09-23/dfo-dismissed-negotiations-hereditary-chiefs-prime-minister-no-longer-welcome-tfn-te">DFO DISMISSED FROM NEGOTIATIONS BY HEREDITARY CHIEFS; PRIME MINISTER NO LONGER WELCOME IN TFN TERRITORY</a></p> <p><a href="http://www.torontosun.com/2017/02/05/on-electoral-reform-trudeau-didnt-just-break-a-promise--he-lied">On electoral reform, Trudeau didn’t just break a promise – he lied</a></p> <p><a href="https://www.desmog.ca/2017/02/10/can-t-stop-won-t-stop-500-days-trudeau-s-broken-promises">Can’t Stop, Won’t Stop: 500 Days of Trudeau’s Broken Promises</a><br/></p> <p><a href="https://www.theguardian.com/world/2016/apr/13/canadian-government-lied-over-12bn-arms-sale-to-saudi-arabia">Canadian government under fire over $12bn arms sale to Saudi Arabia</a></p> <p><a href="https://news.vice.com/story/canada-admits-the-weapons-it-sells-to-saudi-arabia-could-be-used-in-yemen-civil-war">Canada admits that the weapons it sells to Saudi Arabia could be used in Yemen’s civil war.</a></p> <p><b>And a few general sources of Trudeau’s failure on indigenous issues:</b></p> <p><a href="https://www.vice.com/en_ca/article/8ge7na/trudeau-accused-of-betraying-first-nations-after-permits-granted-for-controversial-site-c-dam">Trudeau Accused of Betraying First Nations After Permits Granted for Controversial Site C Dam</a></p> <p><a href="https://www.desmog.ca/2016/07/29/trudeau-just-broke-his-promise-canada-s-first-nations">Trudeau Just Broke His Promise to Canada’s First Nations</a></p> <p><a href="https://www.commondreams.org/news/2016/11/30/betrayal-trudeau-approves-kinder-morgan-pipeline-expansion#">‘Betrayal’: Trudeau Approves Kinder Morgan Pipeline Expansion</a></p> <p><a href="http://www.cbc.ca/radio/thecurrent/the-current-for-january-26-2017-1.3951896/indigenous-leaders-give-trudeau-government-failing-grade-on-delivering-promises-1.3951900">Indigenous leaders give Trudeau government failing grade on delivering promises</a></p> <p><a href="http://aptnnews.ca/2017/06/23/trudeau-liberals-take-human-rights-tribunal-to-court-over-first-nation-children-ruling/">Trudeau Liberals take Human Rights Tribunal to court over First Nation children ruling</a></p> <p><a href="http://www.huffingtonpost.ca/2017/03/23/trudeau-budget-indigenous-child-welfare_n_15566988.html">Trudeau Budget Continues Illegal Discrimination Against Indigenous Children: Cindy Blackstock</a><br/></p> <p><a href="https://www.vice.com/en_ca/article/ava8ne/first-nations-groups-launching-massive-lawsuit-after-trudeaus-lng-decision">First Nations Groups Launching Massive Lawsuit After Trudeau’s LNG Decision</a></p> <p><a href="http://aptnnews.ca/2016/11/29/british-columbia-grand-chief-calls-trudeau-a-serial-liar-over-broken-promises/">British Columbia grand chief calls Trudeau a ‘serial liar’ over broken promises</a></p> <p><a href="https://www.theglobeandmail.com/news/news-video/video-trudeau-very-pleased-trump-approved-keystone-xl-pipeline/article34420314/">Video: Trudeau ‘very pleased’ Trump approved Keystone XL pipeline</a></p> </blockquote> <p>it’s heartbreaking to reblog this but i refuse to be a farce so here it is</p> </blockquote> <p>El oh el</p> </blockquote> <p>Trudeau is absolute trash. Plus did y'all see Trump’s recent tweet where he called Trudeau his newfound friend? Y'all still stan him now?</p>

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@AcreditaNisso? O estudo, realizado na Universidade de British Columbia, no Canadá, aponta que as mulheres gostam de rapazes menos sorridentes, preferindo aqueles que posam como orgulhosos, poderosos, mal humorados ou envergonhados. Os homens, em contraste, são mais atraídos sexualmente por mulheres mais alegres, descartando as confiantes e orgulhosas. Os pesquisadores descobriram que as mulheres se sentem menos atraídas por homens sorrindo, ao contrário dos homens, que gostam mais das mulheres que pareciam mais felizes. No geral, os homens classificam as mulheres como mais atraentes do que as mulheres classificam os homens. O estudo é o primeiro a relatar uma diferença significativa de gênero em relação ao sorriso e ajuda a explicar estereótipos como o “bad boy” e outros. É também o primeiro estudo a investigar como a manifestação de orgulho ou vergonha atrai as pessoas. “É importante lembrarmos que o estudo explora primeiras impressões da atração sexual pelo sexo oposto”, disse Alec Beall, coautor do estudo, em entrevista ao jornal inglês Daily Mail. Os especialistas explicam que a intenção não foi classificar as fotos como possíveis maridos e mulheres. “Queríamos a primeiríssima impressão sobre a atração sexual”, explica Beall. Estudos anteriores descobriram que a personalidade e equilíbrio emocional são mais desejáveis em uma relação afetiva. Outros artigos, explicam os autores, sugerem que a atração entre indivíduos é modelada por séculos de forças evolutivas e culturais. Os pesquisadores disseram que mais pesquisas precisam ser feitas para entender as diferentes reações à felicidade, mas indicam que o fenômeno pode ser entendido de acordo com princípios da psicologia evolutiva e normas socioculturais de gênero. Por exemplo, o sorriso seria associado à falta de dominância, que é consistente com a norma tradicional de gênero da mulher “vulnerável” e inconsistente com o homem “forte”. Fonte: Veja . SIGAM-ME OS BONS ➡️ @Nandinhatw (ADM) ❤️😘: Acredita Nisso? Mulheres gostam de homens mais discretos e os homens de mulheres mais sorridentes GACREDITANsso f/ACREDITANISS00FICIAL @AcreditaNisso? O estudo, realizado na Universidade de British Columbia, no Canadá, aponta que as mulheres gostam de rapazes menos sorridentes, preferindo aqueles que posam como orgulhosos, poderosos, mal humorados ou envergonhados. Os homens, em contraste, são mais atraídos sexualmente por mulheres mais alegres, descartando as confiantes e orgulhosas. Os pesquisadores descobriram que as mulheres se sentem menos atraídas por homens sorrindo, ao contrário dos homens, que gostam mais das mulheres que pareciam mais felizes. No geral, os homens classificam as mulheres como mais atraentes do que as mulheres classificam os homens. O estudo é o primeiro a relatar uma diferença significativa de gênero em relação ao sorriso e ajuda a explicar estereótipos como o “bad boy” e outros. É também o primeiro estudo a investigar como a manifestação de orgulho ou vergonha atrai as pessoas. “É importante lembrarmos que o estudo explora primeiras impressões da atração sexual pelo sexo oposto”, disse Alec Beall, coautor do estudo, em entrevista ao jornal inglês Daily Mail. Os especialistas explicam que a intenção não foi classificar as fotos como possíveis maridos e mulheres. “Queríamos a primeiríssima impressão sobre a atração sexual”, explica Beall. Estudos anteriores descobriram que a personalidade e equilíbrio emocional são mais desejáveis em uma relação afetiva. Outros artigos, explicam os autores, sugerem que a atração entre indivíduos é modelada por séculos de forças evolutivas e culturais. Os pesquisadores disseram que mais pesquisas precisam ser feitas para entender as diferentes reações à felicidade, mas indicam que o fenômeno pode ser entendido de acordo com princípios da psicologia evolutiva e normas socioculturais de gênero. Por exemplo, o sorriso seria associado à falta de dominância, que é consistente com a norma tradicional de gênero da mulher “vulnerável” e inconsistente com o homem “forte”. Fonte: Veja . SIGAM-ME OS BONS ➡️ @Nandinhatw (ADM) ❤️😘

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HOTLINES: Argentina Suicide: 05-0223-493-0430 Australia Suicide: 131114 Austria Suicide: 01-713-3374 Barbados Suicide: 429-9999 Belgium Suicide: 106 Brazil Suicide: 21-233-1919 Canada Suicide (Ontario): 519-416-486-2242 Alberta:1-888-787-2880 British Columbia: 1-866-872-0113 Quebec: 514-723-400 Chile Hotline: +56 974967216 China Suicide: 08008101117 Costa Rica Suicide: 506-253-5439 Croatia Suicide : 01-4833-888 Cyprus Suicide: 357-77-77-72-67 Denmark Suicide: 79-201-201 Egypt Suicide: 7621602 Finland Suicide: 040-5032199 France Suicide: 01-45-39-4000 Germany Suicide: 08001110111 India Suicide: 91-22-307-3451 Ireland Suicide: 44-0-8457-90-90-90 Italy Suicide: 06-705-4444 Japan Suicide: 3-5786-9090 Mexico Suicide: 525-510-2550 Netherlands-Holland Suicide: 0900-0767 New Guinea Suicide: 675-326-0011 New Zealand Suicide: 0800543345 Norway Suicide: 47-815-33-300 Philippines Suicide: 02-896-9191 Poland Suicide: 52-71-000 Russia Suicide: 8-20-222-82-10 Singapore Suicide: (+65) 1800-221-4444 South Africa Suicide: 0861-322-322 Spain Suicide: 91-459-00-59 Sweden Suicide: 031-711-2400 Switzerland Suicide: 143 Thailand Suicide: 02-249-9977 UK suicide: +44(0)8457909090 Ukraine Suicide: 0487-327715 USA HOTLINES: Suicide: 1800-273-8255 LGBT+: 1866-488-7386 Addiction: 800-910-3734 Sexual Assault: 877-995-5247 Bullying: 1-800-420-1479 Poison Control: 1-800-222-1222 Grief: 1-650-321-3438 Runaway: 1-800-843-5200 Depression: 1-630-482-9696 Abuse: 1-800-799-7233 Eating Disorder: 1-847-831-3438 Lifeline: 1-800-273-8255 Trans Lifeline (Transgender Suicide hotilne): 877-565-8860 Exhale (After abortion hotline-Pro-voice): 1-866-4394253 WORLDWIDE CRISIS HOTLINES: www.troyesivan.com-support CRISIS TEXT SUPPORT: 741-741 (Text "Go") http:-www.carelinecrisis.org-: The legend: In Holland, Michigan, children with the head-enlarging disease hydrocephalus were locked away in an asylum, but were released in the '70s. Now they are said to be feral and hide in the forests nearby. If you stand still in the area, u can supposedly hear feet running. HOTLINES: Argentina Suicide: 05-0223-493-0430 Australia Suicide: 131114 Austria Suicide: 01-713-3374 Barbados Suicide: 429-9999 Belgium Suicide: 106 Brazil Suicide: 21-233-1919 Canada Suicide (Ontario): 519-416-486-2242 Alberta:1-888-787-2880 British Columbia: 1-866-872-0113 Quebec: 514-723-400 Chile Hotline: +56 974967216 China Suicide: 08008101117 Costa Rica Suicide: 506-253-5439 Croatia Suicide : 01-4833-888 Cyprus Suicide: 357-77-77-72-67 Denmark Suicide: 79-201-201 Egypt Suicide: 7621602 Finland Suicide: 040-5032199 France Suicide: 01-45-39-4000 Germany Suicide: 08001110111 India Suicide: 91-22-307-3451 Ireland Suicide: 44-0-8457-90-90-90 Italy Suicide: 06-705-4444 Japan Suicide: 3-5786-9090 Mexico Suicide: 525-510-2550 Netherlands-Holland Suicide: 0900-0767 New Guinea Suicide: 675-326-0011 New Zealand Suicide: 0800543345 Norway Suicide: 47-815-33-300 Philippines Suicide: 02-896-9191 Poland Suicide: 52-71-000 Russia Suicide: 8-20-222-82-10 Singapore Suicide: (+65) 1800-221-4444 South Africa Suicide: 0861-322-322 Spain Suicide: 91-459-00-59 Sweden Suicide: 031-711-2400 Switzerland Suicide: 143 Thailand Suicide: 02-249-9977 UK suicide: +44(0)8457909090 Ukraine Suicide: 0487-327715 USA HOTLINES: Suicide: 1800-273-8255 LGBT+: 1866-488-7386 Addiction: 800-910-3734 Sexual Assault: 877-995-5247 Bullying: 1-800-420-1479 Poison Control: 1-800-222-1222 Grief: 1-650-321-3438 Runaway: 1-800-843-5200 Depression: 1-630-482-9696 Abuse: 1-800-799-7233 Eating Disorder: 1-847-831-3438 Lifeline: 1-800-273-8255 Trans Lifeline (Transgender Suicide hotilne): 877-565-8860 Exhale (After abortion hotline-Pro-voice): 1-866-4394253 WORLDWIDE CRISIS HOTLINES: www.troyesivan.com-support CRISIS TEXT SUPPORT: 741-741 (Text "Go") http:-www.carelinecrisis.org-

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HOTLINES: Argentina Suicide: 05-0223-493-0430 Australia Suicide: 131114 Austria Suicide: 01-713-3374 Barbados Suicide: 429-9999 Belgium Suicide: 106 Brazil Suicide: 21-233-1919 Canada Suicide (Ontario): 519-416-486-2242 Alberta:1-888-787-2880 British Columbia: 1-866-872-0113 Quebec: 514-723-400 Chile Hotline: +56 974967216 China Suicide: 08008101117 Costa Rica Suicide: 506-253-5439 Croatia Suicide : 01-4833-888 Cyprus Suicide: 357-77-77-72-67 Denmark Suicide: 79-201-201 Egypt Suicide: 7621602 Finland Suicide: 040-5032199 France Suicide: 01-45-39-4000 Germany Suicide: 08001110111 India Suicide: 91-22-307-3451 Ireland Suicide: 44-0-8457-90-90-90 Italy Suicide: 06-705-4444 Japan Suicide: 3-5786-9090 Mexico Suicide: 525-510-2550 Netherlands-Holland Suicide: 0900-0767 New Guinea Suicide: 675-326-0011 New Zealand Suicide: 0800543345 Norway Suicide: 47-815-33-300 Philippines Suicide: 02-896-9191 Poland Suicide: 52-71-000 Russia Suicide: 8-20-222-82-10 Singapore Suicide: (+65) 1800-221-4444 South Africa Suicide: 0861-322-322 Spain Suicide: 91-459-00-59 Sweden Suicide: 031-711-2400 Switzerland Suicide: 143 Thailand Suicide: 02-249-9977 UK suicide: +44(0)8457909090 Ukraine Suicide: 0487-327715 USA HOTLINES: Suicide: 1800-273-8255 LGBT+: 1866-488-7386 Addiction: 800-910-3734 Sexual Assault: 877-995-5247 Bullying: 1-800-420-1479 Poison Control: 1-800-222-1222 Grief: 1-650-321-3438 Runaway: 1-800-843-5200 Depression: 1-630-482-9696 Abuse: 1-800-799-7233 Eating Disorder: 1-847-831-3438 Lifeline: 1-800-273-8255 Trans Lifeline (Transgender Suicide hotilne): 877-565-8860 Exhale (After abortion hotline-Pro-voice): 1-866-4394253 WORLDWIDE CRISIS HOTLINES: www.troyesivan.com-support CRISIS TEXT SUPPORT: 741-741 (Text "Go") http:-www.carelinecrisis.org-: There is an island which is so densely populated by poisonous snakes, the Brazilian Navy has quarantined it and a biologist once said that wher on the island you are "never more than three fee from death." It's called "Snake Island." HOTLINES: Argentina Suicide: 05-0223-493-0430 Australia Suicide: 131114 Austria Suicide: 01-713-3374 Barbados Suicide: 429-9999 Belgium Suicide: 106 Brazil Suicide: 21-233-1919 Canada Suicide (Ontario): 519-416-486-2242 Alberta:1-888-787-2880 British Columbia: 1-866-872-0113 Quebec: 514-723-400 Chile Hotline: +56 974967216 China Suicide: 08008101117 Costa Rica Suicide: 506-253-5439 Croatia Suicide : 01-4833-888 Cyprus Suicide: 357-77-77-72-67 Denmark Suicide: 79-201-201 Egypt Suicide: 7621602 Finland Suicide: 040-5032199 France Suicide: 01-45-39-4000 Germany Suicide: 08001110111 India Suicide: 91-22-307-3451 Ireland Suicide: 44-0-8457-90-90-90 Italy Suicide: 06-705-4444 Japan Suicide: 3-5786-9090 Mexico Suicide: 525-510-2550 Netherlands-Holland Suicide: 0900-0767 New Guinea Suicide: 675-326-0011 New Zealand Suicide: 0800543345 Norway Suicide: 47-815-33-300 Philippines Suicide: 02-896-9191 Poland Suicide: 52-71-000 Russia Suicide: 8-20-222-82-10 Singapore Suicide: (+65) 1800-221-4444 South Africa Suicide: 0861-322-322 Spain Suicide: 91-459-00-59 Sweden Suicide: 031-711-2400 Switzerland Suicide: 143 Thailand Suicide: 02-249-9977 UK suicide: +44(0)8457909090 Ukraine Suicide: 0487-327715 USA HOTLINES: Suicide: 1800-273-8255 LGBT+: 1866-488-7386 Addiction: 800-910-3734 Sexual Assault: 877-995-5247 Bullying: 1-800-420-1479 Poison Control: 1-800-222-1222 Grief: 1-650-321-3438 Runaway: 1-800-843-5200 Depression: 1-630-482-9696 Abuse: 1-800-799-7233 Eating Disorder: 1-847-831-3438 Lifeline: 1-800-273-8255 Trans Lifeline (Transgender Suicide hotilne): 877-565-8860 Exhale (After abortion hotline-Pro-voice): 1-866-4394253 WORLDWIDE CRISIS HOTLINES: www.troyesivan.com-support CRISIS TEXT SUPPORT: 741-741 (Text "Go") http:-www.carelinecrisis.org-

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Me if I tried to be a surgeon Credit tagged HOTLINES: Argentina Suicide: 05-0223-493-0430 Australia Suicide: 131114 Austria Suicide: 01-713-3374 Barbados Suicide: 429-9999 Belgium Suicide: 106 Brazil Suicide: 21-233-1919 Canada Suicide (Ontario): 519-416-486-2242 Alberta:1-888-787-2880 British Columbia: 1-866-872-0113 Quebec: 514-723-400 Chile Hotline: +56 974967216 China Suicide: 08008101117 Costa Rica Suicide: 506-253-5439 Croatia Suicide : 01-4833-888 Cyprus Suicide: 357-77-77-72-67 Denmark Suicide: 79-201-201 Egypt Suicide: 7621602 Finland Suicide: 040-5032199 France Suicide: 01-45-39-4000 Germany Suicide: 08001110111 India Suicide: 91-22-307-3451 Ireland Suicide: 44-0-8457-90-90-90 Italy Suicide: 06-705-4444 Japan Suicide: 3-5786-9090 Mexico Suicide: 525-510-2550 Netherlands-Holland Suicide: 0900-0767 New Guinea Suicide: 675-326-0011 New Zealand Suicide: 0800543345 Norway Suicide: 47-815-33-300 Philippines Suicide: 02-896-9191 Poland Suicide: 52-71-000 Russia Suicide: 8-20-222-82-10 Singapore Suicide: (+65) 1800-221-4444 South Africa Suicide: 0861-322-322 Spain Suicide: 91-459-00-59 Sweden Suicide: 031-711-2400 Switzerland Suicide: 143 Thailand Suicide: 02-249-9977 UK suicide: +44(0)8457909090 Ukraine Suicide: 0487-327715 USA HOTLINES: Suicide: 1800-273-8255 LGBT+: 1866-488-7386 Addiction: 800-910-3734 Sexual Assault: 877-995-5247 Bullying: 1-800-420-1479 Poison Control: 1-800-222-1222 Grief: 1-650-321-3438 Runaway: 1-800-843-5200 Depression: 1-630-482-9696 Abuse: 1-800-799-7233 Eating Disorder: 1-847-831-3438 Lifeline: 1-800-273-8255 Trans Lifeline (Transgender Suicide hotilne): 877-565-8860 Exhale (After abortion hotline-Pro-voice): 1-866-4394253 WORLDWIDE CRISIS HOTLINES: www.troyesivan.com-support CRISIS TEXT SUPPORT: 741-741 (Text "Go") http:-www.carelinecrisis.org-: @walkingxsins. Robert Liston is the only surgeon in history to have performed an operation with a 300% mortality rate, losing his patient to infection, accidentally amputating his assistant's fingers, who also died of infection, and slashing a spectator who died from shock. Me if I tried to be a surgeon Credit tagged HOTLINES: Argentina Suicide: 05-0223-493-0430 Australia Suicide: 131114 Austria Suicide: 01-713-3374 Barbados Suicide: 429-9999 Belgium Suicide: 106 Brazil Suicide: 21-233-1919 Canada Suicide (Ontario): 519-416-486-2242 Alberta:1-888-787-2880 British Columbia: 1-866-872-0113 Quebec: 514-723-400 Chile Hotline: +56 974967216 China Suicide: 08008101117 Costa Rica Suicide: 506-253-5439 Croatia Suicide : 01-4833-888 Cyprus Suicide: 357-77-77-72-67 Denmark Suicide: 79-201-201 Egypt Suicide: 7621602 Finland Suicide: 040-5032199 France Suicide: 01-45-39-4000 Germany Suicide: 08001110111 India Suicide: 91-22-307-3451 Ireland Suicide: 44-0-8457-90-90-90 Italy Suicide: 06-705-4444 Japan Suicide: 3-5786-9090 Mexico Suicide: 525-510-2550 Netherlands-Holland Suicide: 0900-0767 New Guinea Suicide: 675-326-0011 New Zealand Suicide: 0800543345 Norway Suicide: 47-815-33-300 Philippines Suicide: 02-896-9191 Poland Suicide: 52-71-000 Russia Suicide: 8-20-222-82-10 Singapore Suicide: (+65) 1800-221-4444 South Africa Suicide: 0861-322-322 Spain Suicide: 91-459-00-59 Sweden Suicide: 031-711-2400 Switzerland Suicide: 143 Thailand Suicide: 02-249-9977 UK suicide: +44(0)8457909090 Ukraine Suicide: 0487-327715 USA HOTLINES: Suicide: 1800-273-8255 LGBT+: 1866-488-7386 Addiction: 800-910-3734 Sexual Assault: 877-995-5247 Bullying: 1-800-420-1479 Poison Control: 1-800-222-1222 Grief: 1-650-321-3438 Runaway: 1-800-843-5200 Depression: 1-630-482-9696 Abuse: 1-800-799-7233 Eating Disorder: 1-847-831-3438 Lifeline: 1-800-273-8255 Trans Lifeline (Transgender Suicide hotilne): 877-565-8860 Exhale (After abortion hotline-Pro-voice): 1-866-4394253 WORLDWIDE CRISIS HOTLINES: www.troyesivan.com-support CRISIS TEXT SUPPORT: 741-741 (Text "Go") http:-www.carelinecrisis.org-

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illuminaticonfirmed Credit tagged HOTLINES: Argentina Suicide: 05-0223-493-0430 Australia Suicide: 131114 Austria Suicide: 01-713-3374 Barbados Suicide: 429-9999 Belgium Suicide: 106 Brazil Suicide: 21-233-1919 Canada Suicide (Ontario): 519-416-486-2242 Alberta:1-888-787-2880 British Columbia: 1-866-872-0113 Quebec: 514-723-400 Chile Hotline: +56 974967216 China Suicide: 08008101117 Costa Rica Suicide: 506-253-5439 Croatia Suicide : 01-4833-888 Cyprus Suicide: 357-77-77-72-67 Denmark Suicide: 79-201-201 Egypt Suicide: 7621602 Finland Suicide: 040-5032199 France Suicide: 01-45-39-4000 Germany Suicide: 08001110111 India Suicide: 91-22-307-3451 Ireland Suicide: 44-0-8457-90-90-90 Italy Suicide: 06-705-4444 Japan Suicide: 3-5786-9090 Mexico Suicide: 525-510-2550 Netherlands-Holland Suicide: 0900-0767 New Guinea Suicide: 675-326-0011 New Zealand Suicide: 0800543345 Norway Suicide: 47-815-33-300 Philippines Suicide: 02-896-9191 Poland Suicide: 52-71-000 Russia Suicide: 8-20-222-82-10 Singapore Suicide: (+65) 1800-221-4444 South Africa Suicide: 0861-322-322 Spain Suicide: 91-459-00-59 Sweden Suicide: 031-711-2400 Switzerland Suicide: 143 Thailand Suicide: 02-249-9977 UK suicide: +44(0)8457909090 Ukraine Suicide: 0487-327715 USA HOTLINES: Suicide: 1800-273-8255 LGBT+: 1866-488-7386 Addiction: 800-910-3734 Sexual Assault: 877-995-5247 Bullying: 1-800-420-1479 Poison Control: 1-800-222-1222 Grief: 1-650-321-3438 Runaway: 1-800-843-5200 Depression: 1-630-482-9696 Abuse: 1-800-799-7233 Eating Disorder: 1-847-831-3438 Lifeline: 1-800-273-8255 Trans Lifeline (Transgender Suicide hotilne): 877-565-8860 Exhale (After abortion hotline-Pro-voice): 1-866-4394253 WORLDWIDE CRISIS HOTLINES: www.troyesivan.com-support CRISIS TEXT SUPPORT: 741-741 (Text "Go") http:-www.carelinecrisis.org-: ascarystoneswoah A 10-year-old girl named Lara Buxton released a Dallon with her name and address on it. The balloon floated 140 miles and landed in the back yard of a house where lived another 10-year-old girl, also named Lara Buxton. illuminaticonfirmed Credit tagged HOTLINES: Argentina Suicide: 05-0223-493-0430 Australia Suicide: 131114 Austria Suicide: 01-713-3374 Barbados Suicide: 429-9999 Belgium Suicide: 106 Brazil Suicide: 21-233-1919 Canada Suicide (Ontario): 519-416-486-2242 Alberta:1-888-787-2880 British Columbia: 1-866-872-0113 Quebec: 514-723-400 Chile Hotline: +56 974967216 China Suicide: 08008101117 Costa Rica Suicide: 506-253-5439 Croatia Suicide : 01-4833-888 Cyprus Suicide: 357-77-77-72-67 Denmark Suicide: 79-201-201 Egypt Suicide: 7621602 Finland Suicide: 040-5032199 France Suicide: 01-45-39-4000 Germany Suicide: 08001110111 India Suicide: 91-22-307-3451 Ireland Suicide: 44-0-8457-90-90-90 Italy Suicide: 06-705-4444 Japan Suicide: 3-5786-9090 Mexico Suicide: 525-510-2550 Netherlands-Holland Suicide: 0900-0767 New Guinea Suicide: 675-326-0011 New Zealand Suicide: 0800543345 Norway Suicide: 47-815-33-300 Philippines Suicide: 02-896-9191 Poland Suicide: 52-71-000 Russia Suicide: 8-20-222-82-10 Singapore Suicide: (+65) 1800-221-4444 South Africa Suicide: 0861-322-322 Spain Suicide: 91-459-00-59 Sweden Suicide: 031-711-2400 Switzerland Suicide: 143 Thailand Suicide: 02-249-9977 UK suicide: +44(0)8457909090 Ukraine Suicide: 0487-327715 USA HOTLINES: Suicide: 1800-273-8255 LGBT+: 1866-488-7386 Addiction: 800-910-3734 Sexual Assault: 877-995-5247 Bullying: 1-800-420-1479 Poison Control: 1-800-222-1222 Grief: 1-650-321-3438 Runaway: 1-800-843-5200 Depression: 1-630-482-9696 Abuse: 1-800-799-7233 Eating Disorder: 1-847-831-3438 Lifeline: 1-800-273-8255 Trans Lifeline (Transgender Suicide hotilne): 877-565-8860 Exhale (After abortion hotline-Pro-voice): 1-866-4394253 WORLDWIDE CRISIS HOTLINES: www.troyesivan.com-support CRISIS TEXT SUPPORT: 741-741 (Text "Go") http:-www.carelinecrisis.org-

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@AcreditaNisso? O especialista em florestas alemão Peter Wohlleben se uniu à ecologista canadense Suzanne Simard para gravar um documentário chamado “Árvores inteligentes”, que explora a conexão entre as árvores de uma floresta. A parceria entre os dois surgiu quando Simard, pesquisadora da Universidade de British Columbia, publicou um trabalho explicando o funcionamento das redes de comunicação e troca de substâncias entre árvores. A relação de troca de ajuda e proteção entre árvores e fungos em uma floresta também é conhecida como “internet natural”. As árvores mais velhas enviam nutrientes para as mais jovens, e um indivíduo alerta o outro quando está sendo atacado por insetos, para que elas possam resistir ao ataque. “Árvores são muito mais do que filas de madeira aguardando serem transformadas em móveis, construções ou lenha. Elas são mais do que organismos que produzem oxigênio ou limpam o ar para nós. Elas são seres individuais que têm sentimentos, que conhecem amizade e têm uma linguagem comum e cuidam umas das outras”, diz Wohlleben. Fonte: hypescience . SIGAM-ME OS BONS ➡️ @Nandinhatw (ADM): Arvores podem fazer amigos. e cuidar umas das outras OACREDITANIsso f/ACREDITANIss00FICIAL @AcreditaNisso? O especialista em florestas alemão Peter Wohlleben se uniu à ecologista canadense Suzanne Simard para gravar um documentário chamado “Árvores inteligentes”, que explora a conexão entre as árvores de uma floresta. A parceria entre os dois surgiu quando Simard, pesquisadora da Universidade de British Columbia, publicou um trabalho explicando o funcionamento das redes de comunicação e troca de substâncias entre árvores. A relação de troca de ajuda e proteção entre árvores e fungos em uma floresta também é conhecida como “internet natural”. As árvores mais velhas enviam nutrientes para as mais jovens, e um indivíduo alerta o outro quando está sendo atacado por insetos, para que elas possam resistir ao ataque. “Árvores são muito mais do que filas de madeira aguardando serem transformadas em móveis, construções ou lenha. Elas são mais do que organismos que produzem oxigênio ou limpam o ar para nós. Elas são seres individuais que têm sentimentos, que conhecem amizade e têm uma linguagem comum e cuidam umas das outras”, diz Wohlleben. Fonte: hypescience . SIGAM-ME OS BONS ➡️ @Nandinhatw (ADM)

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@AcreditaNisso? O especialista em florestas alemão Peter Wohlleben se uniu à ecologista canadense Suzanne Simard para gravar um documentário chamado “Árvores inteligentes”, que explora a conexão entre as árvores de uma floresta. A parceria entre os dois surgiu quando Simard, pesquisadora da Universidade de British Columbia, publicou um trabalho explicando o funcionamento das redes de comunicação e troca de substâncias entre árvores. A relação de troca de ajuda e proteção entre árvores e fungos em uma floresta também é conhecida como “internet natural”. As árvores mais velhas enviam nutrientes para as mais jovens, e um indivíduo alerta o outro quando está sendo atacado por insetos, para que elas possam resistir ao ataque. “Árvores são muito mais do que filas de madeira aguardando serem transformadas em móveis, construções ou lenha. Elas são mais do que organismos que produzem oxigênio ou limpam o ar para nós. Elas são seres individuais que têm sentimentos, que conhecem amizade e têm uma linguagem comum e cuidam umas das outras”, diz Wohlleben. Fonte: hypescience . SIGAM-ME OS BONS 👉 @Nandinhatw (ADM): Aced a SSO Arvores podem fazer amigos. e cuidarumas das outras OACREDITANIsso f/ACREDITANISS00FICIAL @AcreditaNisso? O especialista em florestas alemão Peter Wohlleben se uniu à ecologista canadense Suzanne Simard para gravar um documentário chamado “Árvores inteligentes”, que explora a conexão entre as árvores de uma floresta. A parceria entre os dois surgiu quando Simard, pesquisadora da Universidade de British Columbia, publicou um trabalho explicando o funcionamento das redes de comunicação e troca de substâncias entre árvores. A relação de troca de ajuda e proteção entre árvores e fungos em uma floresta também é conhecida como “internet natural”. As árvores mais velhas enviam nutrientes para as mais jovens, e um indivíduo alerta o outro quando está sendo atacado por insetos, para que elas possam resistir ao ataque. “Árvores são muito mais do que filas de madeira aguardando serem transformadas em móveis, construções ou lenha. Elas são mais do que organismos que produzem oxigênio ou limpam o ar para nós. Elas são seres individuais que têm sentimentos, que conhecem amizade e têm uma linguagem comum e cuidam umas das outras”, diz Wohlleben. Fonte: hypescience . SIGAM-ME OS BONS 👉 @Nandinhatw (ADM)

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eclecticirony: Fossil Image CC BY-NC 4.0 Autumn Colored Fossil Leaf Who has not seen stunning displays of fall leaves, unless you live at too small or large of a latitude? By late summer, trees have sensed the shortened days, and begin turning off some genes and turning off others, which in turn beginning shutting down photosynthetic energy production. Turning water and carbon dioxide into energy by photosynthesis requires a lot of the green pigment chlorophyll. Essentially, the tree turns off the chlorophyll that is so abundant that most leaves are green during the growing season. As the chlorophyll is used up and not replaced, remaining color pigments always present come to dominate. One of those is beta-Carotene (lower left molecule), the strong orange pigment that makes carrots and pumpkins orange, and your skin orange too if you eat enough carrots and pumpkins.  Hence, the orange in autumn leaves. Fossil leaves are normally brown, though they can be quite detailed showing venation. The fossil leaf above is uncommonly colored, displaying autumn-like colors, but for entirely different reasons than live plants. During fossilization, organic material is replaced with minerals, and the fossil then displays the corresponding mineral colors. The red coloration above is likely due to the presence of iron. The fossil above is a 2 inch long, 50 million year old Eocene elm leaf from the Tranquil Shale in British Columbia, Canada. : eclecticirony: Fossil Image CC BY-NC 4.0 Autumn Colored Fossil Leaf Who has not seen stunning displays of fall leaves, unless you live at too small or large of a latitude? By late summer, trees have sensed the shortened days, and begin turning off some genes and turning off others, which in turn beginning shutting down photosynthetic energy production. Turning water and carbon dioxide into energy by photosynthesis requires a lot of the green pigment chlorophyll. Essentially, the tree turns off the chlorophyll that is so abundant that most leaves are green during the growing season. As the chlorophyll is used up and not replaced, remaining color pigments always present come to dominate. One of those is beta-Carotene (lower left molecule), the strong orange pigment that makes carrots and pumpkins orange, and your skin orange too if you eat enough carrots and pumpkins.  Hence, the orange in autumn leaves. Fossil leaves are normally brown, though they can be quite detailed showing venation. The fossil leaf above is uncommonly colored, displaying autumn-like colors, but for entirely different reasons than live plants. During fossilization, organic material is replaced with minerals, and the fossil then displays the corresponding mineral colors. The red coloration above is likely due to the presence of iron. The fossil above is a 2 inch long, 50 million year old Eocene elm leaf from the Tranquil Shale in British Columbia, Canada.

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eclecticirony: Fossil Image CC BY-NC 4.0 Autumn Colored Fossil Leaf Who has not seen stunning displays of fall leaves, unless you live at too small or large of a latitude? By late summer, trees have sensed the shortened days, and begin turning off some genes and turning off others, which in turn beginning shutting down photosynthetic energy production. Turning water and carbon dioxide into energy by photosynthesis requires a lot of the green pigment chlorophyll. Essentially, the tree turns off the chlorophyll that is so abundant that most leaves are green during the growing season. As the chlorophyll is used up and not replaced, remaining color pigments always present come to dominate. One of those is beta-Carotene (lower left molecule), the strong orange pigment that makes carrots and pumpkins orange, and your skin orange too if you eat enough carrots and pumpkins.  Hence, the orange in autumn leaves. Fossil leaves are normally brown, though they can be quite detailed showing venation. The fossil leaf above is uncommonly colored, displaying autumn-like colors, but for entirely different reasons than live plants. During fossilization, organic material is replaced with minerals, and the fossil then displays the corresponding mineral colors. The red coloration above is likely due to the presence of iron. The fossil above is a 2 inch long, 50 million year old Eocene elm leaf from the Tranquil Shale in British Columbia, Canada. : eclecticirony: Fossil Image CC BY-NC 4.0 Autumn Colored Fossil Leaf Who has not seen stunning displays of fall leaves, unless you live at too small or large of a latitude? By late summer, trees have sensed the shortened days, and begin turning off some genes and turning off others, which in turn beginning shutting down photosynthetic energy production. Turning water and carbon dioxide into energy by photosynthesis requires a lot of the green pigment chlorophyll. Essentially, the tree turns off the chlorophyll that is so abundant that most leaves are green during the growing season. As the chlorophyll is used up and not replaced, remaining color pigments always present come to dominate. One of those is beta-Carotene (lower left molecule), the strong orange pigment that makes carrots and pumpkins orange, and your skin orange too if you eat enough carrots and pumpkins.  Hence, the orange in autumn leaves. Fossil leaves are normally brown, though they can be quite detailed showing venation. The fossil leaf above is uncommonly colored, displaying autumn-like colors, but for entirely different reasons than live plants. During fossilization, organic material is replaced with minerals, and the fossil then displays the corresponding mineral colors. The red coloration above is likely due to the presence of iron. The fossil above is a 2 inch long, 50 million year old Eocene elm leaf from the Tranquil Shale in British Columbia, Canada.

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eclecticirony: Fossil Image CC BY-NC 4.0 Autumn Colored Fossil Leaf Who has not seen stunning displays of fall leaves, unless you live at too small or large of a latitude? By late summer, trees have sensed the shortened days, and begin turning off some genes and turning off others, which in turn beginning shutting down photosynthetic energy production. Turning water and carbon dioxide into energy by photosynthesis requires a lot of the green pigment chlorophyll. Essentially, the tree turns off the chlorophyll that is so abundant that most leaves are green during the growing season. As the chlorophyll is used up and not replaced, remaining color pigments always present come to dominate. One of those is beta-Carotene (lower left molecule), the strong orange pigment that makes carrots and pumpkins orange, and your skin orange too if you eat enough carrots and pumpkins.  Hence, the orange in autumn leaves. Fossil leaves are normally brown, though they can be quite detailed showing venation. The fossil leaf above is uncommonly colored, displaying autumn-like colors, but for entirely different reasons than live plants. During fossilization, organic material is replaced with minerals, and the fossil then displays the corresponding mineral colors. The red coloration above is likely due to the presence of iron. The fossil above is a 2 inch long, 50 million year old Eocene elm leaf from the Tranquil Shale in British Columbia, Canada. : eclecticirony: Fossil Image CC BY-NC 4.0 Autumn Colored Fossil Leaf Who has not seen stunning displays of fall leaves, unless you live at too small or large of a latitude? By late summer, trees have sensed the shortened days, and begin turning off some genes and turning off others, which in turn beginning shutting down photosynthetic energy production. Turning water and carbon dioxide into energy by photosynthesis requires a lot of the green pigment chlorophyll. Essentially, the tree turns off the chlorophyll that is so abundant that most leaves are green during the growing season. As the chlorophyll is used up and not replaced, remaining color pigments always present come to dominate. One of those is beta-Carotene (lower left molecule), the strong orange pigment that makes carrots and pumpkins orange, and your skin orange too if you eat enough carrots and pumpkins.  Hence, the orange in autumn leaves. Fossil leaves are normally brown, though they can be quite detailed showing venation. The fossil leaf above is uncommonly colored, displaying autumn-like colors, but for entirely different reasons than live plants. During fossilization, organic material is replaced with minerals, and the fossil then displays the corresponding mineral colors. The red coloration above is likely due to the presence of iron. The fossil above is a 2 inch long, 50 million year old Eocene elm leaf from the Tranquil Shale in British Columbia, Canada.

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<p><a href="http://eclecticirony.tumblr.com/post/130482745441/fossil-image-cc-by-nc-40-autumn-colored-fossil" class="tumblr_blog">eclecticirony</a>:</p> <blockquote><p>Fossil Image CC BY-NC 4.0 </p><h2><b>Autumn Colored Fossil Leaf</b></h2><p>Who has not seen stunning displays of fall leaves, unless you live at too small or large of a latitude? By late summer, trees have sensed the shortened days, and begin turning off some genes and turning off others, which in turn beginning shutting down photosynthetic energy production. Turning water and carbon dioxide into energy by photosynthesis requires a lot of the green pigment chlorophyll. Essentially, the tree turns off the chlorophyll that is so abundant that most leaves are green during the growing season. As the chlorophyll is used up and not replaced, remaining color pigments always present come to dominate. One of those is beta-Carotene (lower left molecule), the strong orange pigment that makes carrots and pumpkins orange, and your skin orange too if you eat enough carrots and pumpkins.  Hence, the orange in autumn leaves.</p><p>Fossil leaves are normally brown, though they can be quite detailed showing venation. The fossil leaf above is uncommonly colored, displaying autumn-like colors, but for entirely different reasons than live plants. During fossilization, organic material is replaced with minerals, and the fossil then displays the corresponding mineral colors. The red coloration above is likely due to the presence of iron.</p><p>The fossil above is a 2 inch long, 50 million year old <a href="http://www.fossilmall.com/Science/GeologicalTime.htm">Eocene </a>elm leaf from the Tranquil Shale in British Columbia, Canada.<br/></p></blockquote>: <p><a href="http://eclecticirony.tumblr.com/post/130482745441/fossil-image-cc-by-nc-40-autumn-colored-fossil" class="tumblr_blog">eclecticirony</a>:</p> <blockquote><p>Fossil Image CC BY-NC 4.0 </p><h2><b>Autumn Colored Fossil Leaf</b></h2><p>Who has not seen stunning displays of fall leaves, unless you live at too small or large of a latitude? By late summer, trees have sensed the shortened days, and begin turning off some genes and turning off others, which in turn beginning shutting down photosynthetic energy production. Turning water and carbon dioxide into energy by photosynthesis requires a lot of the green pigment chlorophyll. Essentially, the tree turns off the chlorophyll that is so abundant that most leaves are green during the growing season. As the chlorophyll is used up and not replaced, remaining color pigments always present come to dominate. One of those is beta-Carotene (lower left molecule), the strong orange pigment that makes carrots and pumpkins orange, and your skin orange too if you eat enough carrots and pumpkins.  Hence, the orange in autumn leaves.</p><p>Fossil leaves are normally brown, though they can be quite detailed showing venation. The fossil leaf above is uncommonly colored, displaying autumn-like colors, but for entirely different reasons than live plants. During fossilization, organic material is replaced with minerals, and the fossil then displays the corresponding mineral colors. The red coloration above is likely due to the presence of iron.</p><p>The fossil above is a 2 inch long, 50 million year old <a href="http://www.fossilmall.com/Science/GeologicalTime.htm">Eocene </a>elm leaf from the Tranquil Shale in British Columbia, Canada.<br/></p></blockquote>

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eclecticirony: Fossil Image CC BY-NC 4.0 Autumn Colored Fossil Leaf Who has not seen stunning displays of fall leaves, unless you live at too small or large of a latitude? By late summer, trees have sensed the shortened days, and begin turning off some genes and turning off others, which in turn beginning shutting down photosynthetic energy production. Turning water and carbon dioxide into energy by photosynthesis requires a lot of the green pigment chlorophyll. Essentially, the tree turns off the chlorophyll that is so abundant that most leaves are green during the growing season. As the chlorophyll is used up and not replaced, remaining color pigments always present come to dominate. One of those is beta-Carotene (lower left molecule), the strong orange pigment that makes carrots and pumpkins orange, and your skin orange too if you eat enough carrots and pumpkins.  Hence, the orange in autumn leaves. Fossil leaves are normally brown, though they can be quite detailed showing venation. The fossil leaf above is uncommonly colored, displaying autumn-like colors, but for entirely different reasons than live plants. During fossilization, organic material is replaced with minerals, and the fossil then displays the corresponding mineral colors. The red coloration above is likely due to the presence of iron. The fossil above is a 2 inch long, 50 million year old Eocene elm leaf from the Tranquil Shale in British Columbia, Canada. : eclecticirony: Fossil Image CC BY-NC 4.0 Autumn Colored Fossil Leaf Who has not seen stunning displays of fall leaves, unless you live at too small or large of a latitude? By late summer, trees have sensed the shortened days, and begin turning off some genes and turning off others, which in turn beginning shutting down photosynthetic energy production. Turning water and carbon dioxide into energy by photosynthesis requires a lot of the green pigment chlorophyll. Essentially, the tree turns off the chlorophyll that is so abundant that most leaves are green during the growing season. As the chlorophyll is used up and not replaced, remaining color pigments always present come to dominate. One of those is beta-Carotene (lower left molecule), the strong orange pigment that makes carrots and pumpkins orange, and your skin orange too if you eat enough carrots and pumpkins.  Hence, the orange in autumn leaves. Fossil leaves are normally brown, though they can be quite detailed showing venation. The fossil leaf above is uncommonly colored, displaying autumn-like colors, but for entirely different reasons than live plants. During fossilization, organic material is replaced with minerals, and the fossil then displays the corresponding mineral colors. The red coloration above is likely due to the presence of iron. The fossil above is a 2 inch long, 50 million year old Eocene elm leaf from the Tranquil Shale in British Columbia, Canada.

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eclecticirony: Fossil Image CC BY-NC 4.0 Autumn Colored Fossil Leaf Who has not seen stunning displays of fall leaves, unless you live at too small or large of a latitude? By late summer, trees have sensed the shortened days, and begin turning off some genes and turning off others, which in turn beginning shutting down photosynthetic energy production. Turning water and carbon dioxide into energy by photosynthesis requires a lot of the green pigment chlorophyll. Essentially, the tree turns off the chlorophyll that is so abundant that most leaves are green during the growing season. As the chlorophyll is used up and not replaced, remaining color pigments always present come to dominate. One of those is beta-Carotene (lower left molecule), the strong orange pigment that makes carrots and pumpkins orange, and your skin orange too if you eat enough carrots and pumpkins.  Hence, the orange in autumn leaves. Fossil leaves are normally brown, though they can be quite detailed showing venation. The fossil leaf above is uncommonly colored, displaying autumn-like colors, but for entirely different reasons than live plants. During fossilization, organic material is replaced with minerals, and the fossil then displays the corresponding mineral colors. The red coloration above is likely due to the presence of iron. The fossil above is a 2 inch long, 50 million year old Eocene elm leaf from the Tranquil Shale in British Columbia, Canada. : eclecticirony: Fossil Image CC BY-NC 4.0 Autumn Colored Fossil Leaf Who has not seen stunning displays of fall leaves, unless you live at too small or large of a latitude? By late summer, trees have sensed the shortened days, and begin turning off some genes and turning off others, which in turn beginning shutting down photosynthetic energy production. Turning water and carbon dioxide into energy by photosynthesis requires a lot of the green pigment chlorophyll. Essentially, the tree turns off the chlorophyll that is so abundant that most leaves are green during the growing season. As the chlorophyll is used up and not replaced, remaining color pigments always present come to dominate. One of those is beta-Carotene (lower left molecule), the strong orange pigment that makes carrots and pumpkins orange, and your skin orange too if you eat enough carrots and pumpkins.  Hence, the orange in autumn leaves. Fossil leaves are normally brown, though they can be quite detailed showing venation. The fossil leaf above is uncommonly colored, displaying autumn-like colors, but for entirely different reasons than live plants. During fossilization, organic material is replaced with minerals, and the fossil then displays the corresponding mineral colors. The red coloration above is likely due to the presence of iron. The fossil above is a 2 inch long, 50 million year old Eocene elm leaf from the Tranquil Shale in British Columbia, Canada.

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eclecticirony: Fossil Image CC BY-NC 4.0 Autumn Colored Fossil Leaf Who has not seen stunning displays of fall leaves, unless you live at too small or large of a latitude? By late summer, trees have sensed the shortened days, and begin turning off some genes and turning off others, which in turn beginning shutting down photosynthetic energy production. Turning water and carbon dioxide into energy by photosynthesis requires a lot of the green pigment chlorophyll. Essentially, the tree turns off the chlorophyll that is so abundant that most leaves are green during the growing season. As the chlorophyll is used up and not replaced, remaining color pigments always present come to dominate. One of those is beta-Carotene (lower left molecule), the strong orange pigment that makes carrots and pumpkins orange, and your skin orange too if you eat enough carrots and pumpkins.  Hence, the orange in autumn leaves. Fossil leaves are normally brown, though they can be quite detailed showing venation. The fossil leaf above is uncommonly colored, displaying autumn-like colors, but for entirely different reasons than live plants. During fossilization, organic material is replaced with minerals, and the fossil then displays the corresponding mineral colors. The red coloration above is likely due to the presence of iron. The fossil above is a 2 inch long, 50 million year old Eocene elm leaf from the Tranquil Shale in British Columbia, Canada. : eclecticirony: Fossil Image CC BY-NC 4.0 Autumn Colored Fossil Leaf Who has not seen stunning displays of fall leaves, unless you live at too small or large of a latitude? By late summer, trees have sensed the shortened days, and begin turning off some genes and turning off others, which in turn beginning shutting down photosynthetic energy production. Turning water and carbon dioxide into energy by photosynthesis requires a lot of the green pigment chlorophyll. Essentially, the tree turns off the chlorophyll that is so abundant that most leaves are green during the growing season. As the chlorophyll is used up and not replaced, remaining color pigments always present come to dominate. One of those is beta-Carotene (lower left molecule), the strong orange pigment that makes carrots and pumpkins orange, and your skin orange too if you eat enough carrots and pumpkins.  Hence, the orange in autumn leaves. Fossil leaves are normally brown, though they can be quite detailed showing venation. The fossil leaf above is uncommonly colored, displaying autumn-like colors, but for entirely different reasons than live plants. During fossilization, organic material is replaced with minerals, and the fossil then displays the corresponding mineral colors. The red coloration above is likely due to the presence of iron. The fossil above is a 2 inch long, 50 million year old Eocene elm leaf from the Tranquil Shale in British Columbia, Canada.

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eclecticirony: Fossil Image CC BY-NC 4.0 Autumn Colored Fossil LeafWho has not seen stunning displays of fall leaves, unless you live at too small or large of a latitude? By late summer, trees have sensed the shortened days, and begin turning off some genes and turning off others, which in turn beginning shutting down photosynthetic energy production. Turning water and carbon dioxide into energy by photosynthesis requires a lot of the green pigment chlorophyll. Essentially, the tree turns off the chlorophyll that is so abundant that most leaves are green during the growing season. As the chlorophyll is used up and not replaced, remaining color pigments always present come to dominate. One of those is beta-Carotene (lower left molecule), the strong orange pigment that makes carrots and pumpkins orange, and your skin orange too if you eat enough carrots and pumpkins.  Hence, the orange in autumn leaves.Fossil leaves are normally brown, though they can be quite detailed showing venation. The fossil leaf above is uncommonly colored, displaying autumn-like colors, but for entirely different reasons than live plants. During fossilization, organic material is replaced with minerals, and the fossil then displays the corresponding mineral colors. The red coloration above is likely due to the presence of iron.The fossil above is a 2 inch long, 50 million year old Eocene elm leaf from the Tranquil Shale in British Columbia, Canada.: eclecticirony: Fossil Image CC BY-NC 4.0 Autumn Colored Fossil LeafWho has not seen stunning displays of fall leaves, unless you live at too small or large of a latitude? By late summer, trees have sensed the shortened days, and begin turning off some genes and turning off others, which in turn beginning shutting down photosynthetic energy production. Turning water and carbon dioxide into energy by photosynthesis requires a lot of the green pigment chlorophyll. Essentially, the tree turns off the chlorophyll that is so abundant that most leaves are green during the growing season. As the chlorophyll is used up and not replaced, remaining color pigments always present come to dominate. One of those is beta-Carotene (lower left molecule), the strong orange pigment that makes carrots and pumpkins orange, and your skin orange too if you eat enough carrots and pumpkins.  Hence, the orange in autumn leaves.Fossil leaves are normally brown, though they can be quite detailed showing venation. The fossil leaf above is uncommonly colored, displaying autumn-like colors, but for entirely different reasons than live plants. During fossilization, organic material is replaced with minerals, and the fossil then displays the corresponding mineral colors. The red coloration above is likely due to the presence of iron.The fossil above is a 2 inch long, 50 million year old Eocene elm leaf from the Tranquil Shale in British Columbia, Canada.

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<p><a href="http://eclecticirony.tumblr.com/post/130482745441/fossil-image-cc-by-nc-40-autumn-colored-fossil" class="tumblr_blog">eclecticirony</a>:</p> <blockquote><p>Fossil Image CC BY-NC 4.0 </p><h2><b>Autumn Colored Fossil Leaf</b></h2><p>Who has not seen stunning displays of fall leaves, unless you live at too small or large of a latitude? By late summer, trees have sensed the shortened days, and begin turning off some genes and turning off others, which in turn beginning shutting down photosynthetic energy production. Turning water and carbon dioxide into energy by photosynthesis requires a lot of the green pigment chlorophyll. Essentially, the tree turns off the chlorophyll that is so abundant that most leaves are green during the growing season. As the chlorophyll is used up and not replaced, remaining color pigments always present come to dominate. One of those is beta-Carotene (lower left molecule), the strong orange pigment that makes carrots and pumpkins orange, and your skin orange too if you eat enough carrots and pumpkins.  Hence, the orange in autumn leaves.</p><p>Fossil leaves are normally brown, though they can be quite detailed showing venation. The fossil leaf above is uncommonly colored, displaying autumn-like colors, but for entirely different reasons than live plants. During fossilization, organic material is replaced with minerals, and the fossil then displays the corresponding mineral colors. The red coloration above is likely due to the presence of iron.</p><p>The fossil above is a 2 inch long, 50 million year old <a href="http://www.fossilmall.com/Science/GeologicalTime.htm">Eocene </a>elm leaf from the Tranquil Shale in British Columbia, Canada.<br/></p></blockquote>: <p><a href="http://eclecticirony.tumblr.com/post/130482745441/fossil-image-cc-by-nc-40-autumn-colored-fossil" class="tumblr_blog">eclecticirony</a>:</p> <blockquote><p>Fossil Image CC BY-NC 4.0 </p><h2><b>Autumn Colored Fossil Leaf</b></h2><p>Who has not seen stunning displays of fall leaves, unless you live at too small or large of a latitude? By late summer, trees have sensed the shortened days, and begin turning off some genes and turning off others, which in turn beginning shutting down photosynthetic energy production. Turning water and carbon dioxide into energy by photosynthesis requires a lot of the green pigment chlorophyll. Essentially, the tree turns off the chlorophyll that is so abundant that most leaves are green during the growing season. As the chlorophyll is used up and not replaced, remaining color pigments always present come to dominate. One of those is beta-Carotene (lower left molecule), the strong orange pigment that makes carrots and pumpkins orange, and your skin orange too if you eat enough carrots and pumpkins.  Hence, the orange in autumn leaves.</p><p>Fossil leaves are normally brown, though they can be quite detailed showing venation. The fossil leaf above is uncommonly colored, displaying autumn-like colors, but for entirely different reasons than live plants. During fossilization, organic material is replaced with minerals, and the fossil then displays the corresponding mineral colors. The red coloration above is likely due to the presence of iron.</p><p>The fossil above is a 2 inch long, 50 million year old <a href="http://www.fossilmall.com/Science/GeologicalTime.htm">Eocene </a>elm leaf from the Tranquil Shale in British Columbia, Canada.<br/></p></blockquote>

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eclecticirony: Fossil Image CC BY-NC 4.0 Autumn Colored Fossil Leaf Who has not seen stunning displays of fall leaves, unless you live at too small or large of a latitude? By late summer, trees have sensed the shortened days, and begin turning off some genes and turning off others, which in turn beginning shutting down photosynthetic energy production. Turning water and carbon dioxide into energy by photosynthesis requires a lot of the green pigment chlorophyll. Essentially, the tree turns off the chlorophyll that is so abundant that most leaves are green during the growing season. As the chlorophyll is used up and not replaced, remaining color pigments always present come to dominate. One of those is beta-Carotene (lower left molecule), the strong orange pigment that makes carrots and pumpkins orange, and your skin orange too if you eat enough carrots and pumpkins.  Hence, the orange in autumn leaves. Fossil leaves are normally brown, though they can be quite detailed showing venation. The fossil leaf above is uncommonly colored, displaying autumn-like colors, but for entirely different reasons than live plants. During fossilization, organic material is replaced with minerals, and the fossil then displays the corresponding mineral colors. The red coloration above is likely due to the presence of iron. The fossil above is a 2 inch long, 50 million year old Eocene elm leaf from the Tranquil Shale in British Columbia, Canada. : eclecticirony: Fossil Image CC BY-NC 4.0 Autumn Colored Fossil Leaf Who has not seen stunning displays of fall leaves, unless you live at too small or large of a latitude? By late summer, trees have sensed the shortened days, and begin turning off some genes and turning off others, which in turn beginning shutting down photosynthetic energy production. Turning water and carbon dioxide into energy by photosynthesis requires a lot of the green pigment chlorophyll. Essentially, the tree turns off the chlorophyll that is so abundant that most leaves are green during the growing season. As the chlorophyll is used up and not replaced, remaining color pigments always present come to dominate. One of those is beta-Carotene (lower left molecule), the strong orange pigment that makes carrots and pumpkins orange, and your skin orange too if you eat enough carrots and pumpkins.  Hence, the orange in autumn leaves. Fossil leaves are normally brown, though they can be quite detailed showing venation. The fossil leaf above is uncommonly colored, displaying autumn-like colors, but for entirely different reasons than live plants. During fossilization, organic material is replaced with minerals, and the fossil then displays the corresponding mineral colors. The red coloration above is likely due to the presence of iron. The fossil above is a 2 inch long, 50 million year old Eocene elm leaf from the Tranquil Shale in British Columbia, Canada.

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eclecticirony: Fossil Image CC BY-NC 4.0 Autumn Colored Fossil Leaf Who has not seen stunning displays of fall leaves, unless you live at too small or large of a latitude? By late summer, trees have sensed the shortened days, and begin turning off some genes and turning off others, which in turn beginning shutting down photosynthetic energy production. Turning water and carbon dioxide into energy by photosynthesis requires a lot of the green pigment chlorophyll. Essentially, the tree turns off the chlorophyll that is so abundant that most leaves are green during the growing season. As the chlorophyll is used up and not replaced, remaining color pigments always present come to dominate. One of those is beta-Carotene (lower left molecule), the strong orange pigment that makes carrots and pumpkins orange, and your skin orange too if you eat enough carrots and pumpkins.  Hence, the orange in autumn leaves. Fossil leaves are normally brown, though they can be quite detailed showing venation. The fossil leaf above is uncommonly colored, displaying autumn-like colors, but for entirely different reasons than live plants. During fossilization, organic material is replaced with minerals, and the fossil then displays the corresponding mineral colors. The red coloration above is likely due to the presence of iron. The fossil above is a 2 inch long, 50 million year old Eocene elm leaf from the Tranquil Shale in British Columbia, Canada. : eclecticirony: Fossil Image CC BY-NC 4.0 Autumn Colored Fossil Leaf Who has not seen stunning displays of fall leaves, unless you live at too small or large of a latitude? By late summer, trees have sensed the shortened days, and begin turning off some genes and turning off others, which in turn beginning shutting down photosynthetic energy production. Turning water and carbon dioxide into energy by photosynthesis requires a lot of the green pigment chlorophyll. Essentially, the tree turns off the chlorophyll that is so abundant that most leaves are green during the growing season. As the chlorophyll is used up and not replaced, remaining color pigments always present come to dominate. One of those is beta-Carotene (lower left molecule), the strong orange pigment that makes carrots and pumpkins orange, and your skin orange too if you eat enough carrots and pumpkins.  Hence, the orange in autumn leaves. Fossil leaves are normally brown, though they can be quite detailed showing venation. The fossil leaf above is uncommonly colored, displaying autumn-like colors, but for entirely different reasons than live plants. During fossilization, organic material is replaced with minerals, and the fossil then displays the corresponding mineral colors. The red coloration above is likely due to the presence of iron. The fossil above is a 2 inch long, 50 million year old Eocene elm leaf from the Tranquil Shale in British Columbia, Canada.

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