Apache National Forest, Hannagan’s Meadow, Lodge Pups, Terry Flats, Blue Wilderness, Big Lake, Lunchable

One year with this guy.

One year with this guy.

Your Stomach is more Powerful than a Star

thatscienceguy:

The nuclear fusion reactions occuring within the sun are actually very inefficient. It takes 200 hydrogen atoms 10 billion years to completely turn into helium. 

This is so inefficient that if you took a chunk of the sun the same mass as your stomach – your stomach would produce more heat!

It is only the shear mass of the sun that allows it to produce so much heat and light, but if it were to do so at a faster rate it would run out of fuel incredibly fast. 

HWNBUHL

HWNBUHL

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My life.

My life.

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2014 Visit Brother in El Paso Roadtrip

If only I could have gotten a shot of that guy blasting Ginuwine’s’ Pony from his motorcycle stereo.

Mother/Daughter/Reiser

Yes so much.

Mother/Daughter/Reiser

Yes so much.
theworldisanapple-youareaseed:

lizzingwithkriz:

Pregnant Ghost Bat having an ultrasound at Featherdale Wildlife Park

congrats it’s a bat

theworldisanapple-youareaseed:

lizzingwithkriz:

Pregnant Ghost Bat having an ultrasound at Featherdale Wildlife Park

congrats it’s a bat

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americasgreatoutdoors:

Who knew the Bison in Wind Cave National Park were nearsighted?Photo: National Park Service

americasgreatoutdoors:

Who knew the Bison in Wind Cave National Park were nearsighted?

Photo: National Park Service

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2014 Tucson Festival of Books Weekend

Starring Larry McMurtry and Lois Lowry plus a True West Magazine cocktail party and volunteer rangering for Casa Grande Ruins National Monument.

Special thanks to Larry’s non-changing face while I made a dope of myself, editor Meghan Saar for making sure I hung out with some eccentric cowboys, Tucson wackos, and of course, Junior Ranger Bear.

What are we doing here? (at Arizona Inn)

What are we doing here? (at Arizona Inn)

Cool-idge. (at State Route 387 N)

Cool-idge. (at State Route 387 N)

odditiesoflife:

The Astonishing Annual Red Crab Migration

Named one of the planet’s most breathtaking migrations, the Christmas Island red crab exodus is a natural phenomenon that continues to astonish.

Making it onto CNN Travel’s recent list of the “10 most spectacular wildlife migrations,” the island’s annual red crab migration is an astounding event that involves the movement of millions of vividly colored crabs as they leave their in-land homes to breed and release eggs into the sea.

An Australian territory, Christmas Island lies some 2,600 kilometers north-west of Perth in the middle of the Indian Ocean. While just 1,500 people live there, it is home to an estimated 120 million crabs.

(Source: australiangeographic.com.au, via npr)