Anyone what to go back in time to the good old days?
Two Programs- High Voltage version.
We love the kindly wind and hail, The jolly thunderbolt, We watch in glee the fairy trail Of ampere, watt, and volt.
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Yellow Sky -Yellow night!
All this time
The Sun never says to the Earth,
“You owe me.”
With a love like that,
It lights the whole sky.”
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Colour wheels/colour blue
Nature always wears the colors of the spirit. Ralph Waldo Emerson
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Blue Night Nebula
The self-same atoms which, chaotically dispersed, made the nebula, now, jammed and temporarily caught in peculiar positions, form our brains; and the ‘evolution’ of brains, if understood, would be simply the account of how the atoms came to be so caught and jammed.
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Changes and progress very rarely are gifts from above. They come out of struggles from below.
Valleys of time, Valleys of colour
Life is short …the mission is clear! Happy new year 2023!
The philosopher in me!
It does not matter how slowly you go as long as you do not stop. Confucius
Ceradenia Curvata … yes Latin name!
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Euhedral and anhedral
Euhedral crystals are those that are well-formed with sharp, easily recognised faces. The opposite is anhedral: A rock with an anhedral texture is composed of mineral grains that have no well formed crystal faces or cross-section shape in thin section. Anhedral crystal growth occurs in a competitive environment with no free space for the formation of crystal faces. An intermediate texture with some crystal face formation is termed subhedral. Normally, crystals do not form smooth faces or sharp crystal outlines. Many crystals grow from cooling liquid magma. As magma cools, the crystals grow and eventually touch each other, preventing crystal faces from forming properly or at all. However, when snowflakes crystallize, they do not touch each other. Thus, snowflakes form euhedral, six-sided twinned crystals. In rocks, the presence of euhedral crystals may signify that they formed early in the crystallization of a magma or perhaps crystallized in a cavity or vug, without hindrance from other crystals.