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#Repost @masp_oficial ( @get_repost) ・・・ Em 25/8 nós postamos um video de uma mão levantando a cortina que cobre um dos desenhos do Pedro Correia de Araujo na exposição do artista e explicamos a razão disso: "Por motivos de conservação, pois a exposição constante à luz excessiva é prejudicial ao papel! Não se trata de censura, pois qualquer visitante pode levantar o tecido para ver o desenho." #pedrocorreiadearaujo #pedrocorreiadearaújomasp


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We had to take it outside yesterday for "Rocket Power". Thanks to, Ashley Gann, for coming out to talk to the kids about your aerospace engineering degree, your geoscience degree and your experience as a meteorologist for CBS42. The kids learned about rockets, space shuttles, and chemical reactions. I think they had a great time! #chemicalengineering #aerospaceengineering #STEM #science #engineering

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We always say females are the hardest to catch because they have every reason to be wary. They can have cubs or yearlings with them, so they have every reason to be wary. However, this was not my first encounter with this female, but the second of three. Last summer really put the question of whether female bears are smarter than males to the test. We e countered 621 the first time when we captured her yearling. We were walking to the site in the dark and heard rustling and growling about 4 feet away and I knew she was watching us the whole time. Needless to say she was not happy we got her baby and when I encountered 621 this time, she bit me. It wasn't as bad as it could have been, but that didn't make it any less painful. #bear #catch #trap #mammal #science #blackandstem #instagram #biology #fieldwork #wild #outdoors #female #nature #outdoors #photo #canon #wildlife #biologist #instagood #pic #man #passion #dreams #research #natureporn #instaboy #carnivore #photography #animal #nike #black

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This is to piggyback off of @rehabscience who’s recent posted discusses rehabilitation of the hamstring muscles, particularly the proximal tendon (origin at the pelvis) all three muscles are associated with. - Here you can see I plantar flex my toes (point them) during the peak of this hip bridge to promote distal hamstring contraction - which is a large player in knee stability and this action mimics the end phase (toe off) during running/sprinting 🏃‍♀️ 🏃 - In Atlanta or Want Online Coaching? Toss me a DM or Email Me at jason.bombard1 @gmail.com . . . . . #fit #fitness #lift #running #coach #training #gains #energy #lifestyle #getfit #health #fun #athlete #speed #love #atlanta #inspiration #motivation #instagood #practice #sport #strength #exercise #muscle #science #power #focus #mindset #trainhard

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new tomboy pastel pens have arrived, they’re quite pricey and idk why but I think that they’re worth it compared to others brush pens that fray very easily...

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Most of the fundamental theories of physics are based on symmetry. So when physicists at @cern discovered an asymmetrical peer-shaped nucleus in the isotope Radiun-224 (back in 2013), it was a bit of a shock, because it showed that atomic nuclei can have more mass at one end than the other. In addition, three years later (in 2016), this case was confirmed by a second study, which showed that the nucleus of the isotope Barium-144 is also asymmetrical and peer-shaped. It seems like nature has its own ways to make order out of chaos, i.e., symmetry out of asymmetry. • #symmetry #nucleus #atom #radioactive #radium #proton #neutron #cern #spiderest #science #physics #chaostheory #theoreticalphysics #charge #distribution #timetravel #learning

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It's great to see someone build a working physical model of something that we could previously only test through computer simulations," Cobley said. It's still not 100 percent certain the ancient animal could actually break the sound barrier, "but it definitely shows that they could use their tails as a defense," Cobley said. "If their tails could even reach a fraction of the speed needed to make a sonic boom, it would make for a very effective weapon against any attacker." Kenneth Lacovara, a professor of paleontology at Rowan University in New Jersey, said the model tail may not "contain all the complexities of nature, but I think it's a good approximation." He also had some advice for the model. The tripod operators moved the model in a way that mimicked a dinosaur waggling its butt, but in reality, the dinosaur would have largely relied on two major sets of muscles to move its tail, Lacovara said. Myhrvold has no problem listening to these recommendations. "Every little boy is interested in dinosaurs, and I just never lost that," Myhrvold said. https://www.livescience.com/52538-supersonic-sauropods.html #paleoart #paleontology #geology #dinosaur #art #jurassicworld #jurassicpark #science #life #mesozoic #biology #scientificillustration

a few minutes ago

I miss the time when people were excited about new planets being discovered.

a few minutes ago

Andromeda Galaksisi Nedir ? Andromeda Galaksisi saman yoluna en yakın galaksi,ayrıca Messier 31, M31 ve NGC 224 olarak da bilinir, Mitolojik bir kavram olan Andromeda'nın Türkçedeki karşılığı zincire vurulmuş kız anlamına da gelmektedir. Andromeda Takımyıldızı'nda bulunan bir sarmal galaksidir. Ayrıca büyüklüğü 3,44 Dünya'ya uzaklığı 2.537.000 ışık yılıdır. #bilim #bilimileyaşam #science #universe #wikipedia #earth #world #galaxy #andromeda #nasa #moon #space #spacex #tesla #engineer #doctor #spaceengineer #star #usa #germany #million #lightyear #ISS #FalconHeavy #mars

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🍃⚛🍃 The #quantum pioneers - Bohr and Heisenberg - discovered more than 80 years ago that the #universe is not a storehouse of static, separate objects, but a single organism of interconnected energy fields in a constant state of becoming. The only thing dissolving this little cloud of probability into something solid and measurable was the involvement of an #observer. Once these scientists decided to have a closer look at a subatomic particle by taking a measurement, the subatomic entity that existed as pure #potential would 'collapse' into one particular state. The implications of these early experimental findings were profound: living #consciousness somehow was the influence that turned the possibility of something into something real! The so called observer effect gives rise to another heretical notion: reality is not fixed, but fluid and mutable, and hence open to influence. So if #science proves what #spirituality has been teaching us for thousands of years - Jesus said #Heaven is within us - that we are #gods in flesh, #divine creators that set our destiny through our thoughts and feelings, what life would you choose to live? #seegodinall 😇. . #quantumphysics #quantumworld #quantummechanics #entanglement #Heisenberg #observereffect #youaretheuniverse #linkmedia #lifeisamiracle #syncronicity #knowthyself #knowyourpower #knowyourworth #freeyourmind #anythingispossible #mindovermatter #loa image credit: @boustanikatia

a few minutes ago

Henry and His Science... one of the newest members to the alcohol free beer club. Aroma is fruity and spicy phenols, a surprisingly good body, for a 0.3 % ABV beer, crisp and not too bitter. A great addition! This beer isn't brewed with your standard brewer's yeast, but with a little fella in the genus of Pichia, which doesn't produce much alcohol, but still ferments the beer in a desired way. #mikkellerbottleshopaarhus #mikkeller #alcoholfreebeer #beer #henryandhisscience #science #pichia #yeast #aarhus

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The Svalbard Global Seed Vault is meant as a natural deep freeze to back up the world’s gene banks in case of disasters ranging from nuclear war to global warming. It has about 900,000 seed samples.

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Today’s fun with coffee and shapes is a very important fatty acid. In fact it’s one of the currently deemed 2 essential fatty acids because our bodies can’t produce them on its own but we need them to live. This little acid is found in walnuts canola oil flax seeds and other plants sources as well as red meat mmmmmmm steak! And dairy as well. In looking at it, it is implied that all carbons are fully saturated with hydrogens even if the hydrogen molecules aren’t shown with the exception of the methyl, carbonyl and double bond locations. I was too lazy to thumb out an additional 20 hydrogens lol. Any guesses on the molecule, it’s family of fatty acids AND what it converts into in the body?? #funwithcoffeeandshapes #coffee #science #gorillazenwellness rdtobe #rd2be #dietitianintraining #nutritionstudent #biochemistry #organicchemistry #foodscientist #scientist #fitness #keto #healthylifestyle #fitness #runner #run #nikerunning #triathlontraining #sportsnutrition #fitfam #mindpump #mindpumpmafia

3 hours ago

Upper Crossed Syndrome/Rounded shoulders When someone has upper crossed sydrome, posturally their shoulders are being pulled forward by tight pectoral muscles that are shortening eccentrically. Another muscle group which is typically tight causing the shoulders to be pulled forward is the latissimus dorsi. By stretching the pectorals and lattisimus dorsi muscle groups like the demonstrations two pictures on the right you can help to reduce upper crossed syndrome. As well as this their is typically a weakness in the lower trapezius muscle which can contribute to upper crossed syndrome. By performing the exercise in the bottom left picture you can strengthen the lower trapezius muscles. For this exercise lie flat on the floor with your head down, raise the hands and arms off the floor towards the sky, pointing the thumbs upwards. Perform 10 reps and 3 sets with 45-60 seconds rest inbetween. Tag a friend who has rounded shoulders/upper crossed syndrome. #fitness #fitnessmotivation #fitnessjourney #fit #training #trainingday #nutrition #physicaltherapy #heart #healthyfood #healthylifestyle #healthy #healthyeating #science #physiotherapy #fitfam #instafit #gymshark #bodybuilding #gains #progress #education #coaching #squats #mobility #progression #abs #shoulders #posture #crossfit

a day ago

EVER THOUGHT ABOUT WHERE YOUR CALORIES ACTUALLY COME FROM? Here we answer that question! As you can see, fat has the highest amount of calories per gram, but don’t think cutting out fat to lower your calorie intake is a good idea. Fat is essential for your body to survive. It is however important to ensure your fat intake is in moderation. Tomorrow’s post will show you why, along with why we need protein and carbohydrates! Make sure to follow @heartratefitness to find out! Protein intake is important to calculate based on what your goals are and what sport you take part in. Carbohydrate intake is vital for glycogen replenishment and energy levels. Future posts covering in depth explanations of each to come. KEEP POSTED! As a guide for the general population a good macronutrient % would be 50% of your total daily energy requirements from carbohydrates, 30% from fats and 20% from protein. Sport and goal specific requirements may vary. Alcohol is the second highest with 7 calories per gram. Alcohol is not essential for survival and cutting it out completely would be a huge health benefit! But here at @heartratefitness we’re realistic and know that’s difficult for a lot of people, so if you feel like you need to drink, make sure you do it in moderation and follow the NHS guidelines of less than 14 units per week! #fitness #fitnessmotivation #fitnessjourney #fit #training #trainingday #nutrition #physicaltherapy #heart #healthyfood #healthylifestyle #healthy #healthyeating #science #physiotherapy #fitfam #instafit #gymshark #bodybuilding #gains #progress #education #coaching #lifestyleblogger #squats #mobility #progression #alcohol #nhs #guidelines

2 days ago

Core stability The core consists of a group of muscles: transverse abdominal, abdominal external oblique, multifidus, abdominal internal oblique, erector spinae and the psoas major. The benefits for training the core include: 1. Tightening the abdominal structures involved in movement and improves the transfer of power to and from the extremities. 2. It teaches the muscles to work together effectively and efficiently. 3. Aids in the prevention of injury. 4. Strengthens and improves the torso’s stabilization. 5. Can improve respiratory function. 6. Facilitates proper distribution of weight and assists the body in absorption of force and transfer of forces. 7. Enhances neuromuscular efficiency throughout the body and neuromuscular control for efficient movement and physical positioning. 8. Improves spinal and postural control while the body is still and in motion. 9. Helps to stabilize and align the spine, ribs and pelvis of a person to withstand static and dynamic force. Begin with the exercise in the TOP RIGHT picture, perform 16-20 reps (8-10 per side), rest 60 seconds and repeat 2-3 times. Hold each repetition at the top of the movement for 1 second before moving to the other side! PROGRESSION: If you would like to progress the difficulty of the exercise, grab a Bosu at your gym if there is one available and perform the exercise in the BOTTOM LEFT picture. Disclaimer: If you have any existing injuries or back pain, please consult your medical physician before attempting this exercise. #fitness #fitnessmotivation #fitnessjourney #fit #training #trainingday #nutrition #physicaltherapy #heart #healthyfood #healthylifestyle #healthy #healthyeating #science #physiotherapy #fitfam #instafit #gymshark #bodybuilding #gains #progress #education #coaching #lifestyleblogger #squats #mobility #progression #core #abs

3 days ago

SWIPE TO FIND OUT MORE ABOUT ANTIOXIDANTS! Vitamin C and E are antioxidants which have recently been discussed as potential benefits in an exercise environment. It’s been said that they can help you post exercise by reducing delayed onset muscle soreness (DOMS). A meta analysis by the national institute of health wanted to see what the fuss was all about! Let’s see what they found! Link to the source: https://www.nih.gov/ #fitness #fitnessmotivation #fitnessjourney #fit #training #trainingday #nutrition #physicaltherapy #heart #healthyfood #healthylifestyle #healthy #healthyeating #science #physiotherapy #fitfam #instafit #gymshark #bodybuilding #gains #progress #education #coaching #lifestyleblogger #squats #mobility #progression #antioxidant #antioxidants

3 days ago

Research sourced from a 2013 meta analysis by Anish Parikh - The Health Risks and Benefits of Drinking Coffee. The Caffeine within coffee stimulates excitatory neurotransmitters by antagonizing adenosine receptors throughout the nervous system. This leads to improved reasoning, attention, memory, energy and concentration levels. There has been found to be a dose-response relationship between coffee intake and decreased risk of parkinsons disease. This is thought to be as a result of coffees rich supply of antioxidants promoting the expression of enzymes that mitigate the neurodegenerative effects of free radicals. The effects on the development of cancer remain controversial and needs further investigation. Both positive and negative assosications between coffee consumption and cancer risk have been described for most types of cancer. Moderate daily caffeine intake has been shown to decrease the risk of alzheimers disease. Caffeine may reduce expression of genes such as presenilin-1 which is important the formulation of the amyloid plaques that charecterise this disease. Overall there is seen to be a slight benefit to drinking coffee, however further research is needed for this to be conclusive. The literature suggests drinking coffee in moderation, or no more than 2-3 cups per day. #fitness #fitnessmotivation #fitnessjourney #fit #training #trainingday #nutrition #physicaltherapy #heart #healthyfood #healthylifestyle #healthy #healthyeating #science #physiotherapy #fitfam #instafit #gymshark #bodybuilding #gains #progress #education #coaching #lifestyleblogger #squats #mobility #progression #antioxidant #antioxidants

5 months ago

While the hills are on fire...

8 months ago

Woman crush every fucking day.

8 months ago

"Big egos but very modest" ❤️

3 years ago

4 in the mo'... Making score