Newsletter No. 58
Discover the Earth from a cosmic perspective
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Drop in on our streaming of David Attenborough’s new Prehistoric Planet in the 🍿・Movie Nights room this week on Discord.
Scientists discover the ‘biggest plant on Earth’ off the Western Australian coast. It’s a 4,500-year-old seagrass which has spread over 200 sq km of seafloor. 🔗 Link
James Webb Space Telescope’s first full-colour images are coming soon! They are the culmination of decades of work of cutting edge engineering, and will be released on July 12th. 🔗 Link
After a century of local extinction, Golden bandicoots have been re-introduced in Australia’s Sturt National Park. It’s part of a plan to restore native species to the area like the crest-tailed mulgara, the greater bilby, and the Shark Bay bandicoot. 🔗 Link
We have lost so much
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🐠 Aquatic Life Dropped on this shark a couple days back
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🐠 Aquatic Life A cuttlefish disguised as coral.
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Always without desire we must be found,
If its deep mystery we would sound;
But if desire always within us be,
Its outer fringe is all that we shall see.
Lao Tse, Tao Te Ching
Nature is incomprehensible. Bees dance out the pattern of maps, plants eat light, bats hear shapes. Everything we think we know could be disproven in 100 years. Everything is a miracle & nothing is explicable.
Lord of Leisure, Tweets by FourFourths