Newsletter No. 66
Discover the Earth from a cosmic perspective
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UCLA researchers have discovered that lunar pits and caves could provide stable temperatures for human habitation. The team discovered shady locations within pits on the moon that always hover around a comfortable 63°F or 17°C. 🔗 Link
Researchers have found that a native New Zealand stinging tree produces toxins that could hold clues for future pain medication. It activates pain receptors in a new way, opening exciting possibilities for new pain therapies. So many useful things are found in nature! 🔗 Link
The fractal growth pattern of an ammonite septum
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🦁 Animals Groundhog steals farmer’s crop and eats it in front of his security camera
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🐠 Aquatic Life Basket Starfish
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🦁 Animals Snail makes incredible stretch to cross the gap
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🌍 Exploring Our World Kvernufoss, Iceland [OC] [2077×4032]
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I think the entire message of the psychedelic experience is that nature seeks to communicate.
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