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If you ever feared death as most of us do. Step back and contemplate this for a second. The word “life” has usually been misinterpreted by the mind. We talk about life and death, when in truth what happens is “birth” and death. .
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Physical form takes birth and dies/dissolves, but life remains eternally – life never dies, and it can’t possibly die because it’s all there is. Life is eternal energy. Just as noise is born and dies, but silence is eternal, the same way forms arise and dissolve but life remains eternally. Just as silence has not birth or death, just as “nothing” does not have beginning or ending, the same way life has always been timeless. .
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This life is who you essentially are, you are not just a physical form, a brain or a body (though it’s an expression/creation of you/in you). You are not your mind instead your mind is just part of the physical manifestation you’ve taken in this body and in this earth. .
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None of this is spiritual or philosophical talk, but a deeply scientific truth. You can easily see the truth of this reality, if you just probe a little deeper with your mind in a scientific way, instead of just assuming or accepting some beliefs or perceptions. If your brain can understand physics of this physical universe (like law of gravity), it can easily understand the physics of life energy – it’s not complicated at all, it’s very simple and very obvious. .
May be you never saw life this way because you just accepted, or assumed, certain perceptions without questioning them, just like the ancient people assumed that the earth is flat, until they realized that the earth round. .
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This is an invitation to deepen your contemplation and see the essential truth of the oneness of everything scientifically. It’s a tremendous realization when your whole being “gets it”, that you are all there is, you are the one being that exists, this whole universe is “you”.
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If you ever feared death as most of us do. Step back and contemplate this for a second. The word “life” has usually been misinterpreted by the mind. We talk about life and death, when in truth what happens is “birth” and death. . . Physical form takes birth and dies/dissolves, but life remains eternally – life never dies, and it can’t possibly die because it’s all there is. Life is eternal energy. Just as noise is born and dies, but silence is eternal, the same way forms arise and dissolve but life remains eternally. Just as silence has not birth or death, just as “nothing” does not have beginning or ending, the same way life has always been timeless. . . This life is who you essentially are, you are not just a physical form, a brain or a body (though it’s an expression/creation of you/in you). You are not your mind instead your mind is just part of the physical manifestation you’ve taken in this body and in this earth. . . None of this is spiritual or philosophical talk, but a deeply scientific truth. You can easily see the truth of this reality, if you just probe a little deeper with your mind in a scientific way, instead of just assuming or accepting some beliefs or perceptions. If your brain can understand physics of this physical universe (like law of gravity), it can easily understand the physics of life energy – it’s not complicated at all, it’s very simple and very obvious. . May be you never saw life this way because you just accepted, or assumed, certain perceptions without questioning them, just like the ancient people assumed that the earth is flat, until they realized that the earth round. . . This is an invitation to deepen your contemplation and see the essential truth of the oneness of everything scientifically. It’s a tremendous realization when your whole being “gets it”, that you are all there is, you are the one being that exists, this whole universe is “you”.
Science, Experiments, Experimentation
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"The very nature of science is discoveries, and the best of those discoveries are the ones you don't expect."- Neil deGrasse Tyson #science #experiments #experimentation #exploration #discoveries #unexpected #unexpectedresults #students #stem #chemistry #sciencelab #britisheducation
Yea . . . Doesn't seem like the best idea . . . 😂
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Yea . . . Doesn't seem like the best idea . . . 😂
Spaceupdate, Space, Stem
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EARTHSCOPE - A Startup Detecting Wildfires w/Satellites + A.I. - Link in bio #spaceupdate #space #stem #rocketscience #entrepreneur #science #newspaceupdate #newspace #spaceentrepreneur #astropreneur #satellites
Usa, Unitedstates, Illinois
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Museums are one thing I never get tired of.. I could go to the Field Museum every time I visit Chicago and not get bored 🦖 • ⁣ ⁣ ⁣ ⁣ ⁣ ⁣ ⁣ ⁣ ⁣ ⁣ ⁣ ⁣ ⁣ ⁣ ⁣ #usa #unitedstates #illinois #IL #Chicago #Midwest #chicagoland #trex #sue #tyrannosaurus #dinosaur #chitown #travelphotography #fieldmuseum #chicagomuseums #museum #travelphotography #cretaceous #mesozoic #geologictime #alwaystraveling #wheretonext #city #science #palaeontology #bones #travelblog #travelblogger #AverageJoeTraveler
Health, Mentalhealth, Physicalhealth
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I can’t recommend this book enough. I nicked this off of my housemate and it’s just brilliant. It explains your brain from a scientific point of view when you’re having an anxiety/panic attack and have experienced trauma and have lapses of depression. It’s also really funny and a genuinely interesting read. It was bought at @housmans_books and I’m whizzing through it. #health #mentalhealth #physicalhealth #musichealth #outspokenwomenrock #unfuckyourbrain #science #freakouts #depression #anxiety #anger #trauma #triggers #exploreyourdarkside #everyonehasadarkside #dontbeafraid
Mars, Astronomie, Astronomy
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Current image from NASA's InSight Mars Lander. NASA's InSight Mars lander acquired this image of the area in front of the lander using its lander-mounted, Instrument Context Camera (ICC).This image was acquired on August 18, 2019, Sol 257 of the InSight mission where the local mean solar time for the image exposures was 17:13:48.388 PM. Each ICC image has a field of view of 124 x 124 degrees. #mars #astronomie #astronomy #astronomia #sterrenkunde #stargazing #nasa #insight #cosmos #universe #planets #space #exploration #nature #science
Crickhowellhighschool, Crickhowell, Physics
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Lovely to meet the super David. Fascinating science show - informative physics experiments with liquid nitrogen.🤩 @crickhowellhs #crickhowellhighschool #crickhowell #physics #science #greeman19 #badmintonschool #greenmantrust @greenman_trust
Sciencecareer, Phd, Phdlife
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The emotional phases of your research project and "The Dip" http://j.mp/2EwVpQP #sciencecareer #phd #phdlife #postdoc #postdoclife #science
Amazingfacts, Facts, Fact
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Percy Spencer was working as a researcher for American Appliance Company (now Raytheon) when he noticed a radar set using electromagnetic waves melted the candy bar in his pocket. He had the idea to make a metal box using microwaves to heat food, but the company was the one to file the patent. He received a $2 bonus but never any royalties. Do like 👍 share and 💕 comment 🗨️ Yet another fact🗨️🗨️🗨️ For more rare tech fact's 🗨️🗨️🗨️ Follow 🔥 @_aurora_in 🔥 💡 @_aurora_in 💡 🌟  @_aurora_in 🌟 #amazingfacts #facts #fact #interestingfacts #factsdaily #factz #knowledge #didyouknow #dailyfacts #amazing #truefacts #knowledgeispower #worldfacts #didyouknowfacts #science #instafact #realfacts #funfacts #allfacts #dailyfact #instafacts #education
Астраханскаяобласть, Астрахань, Астраханскиймузейзаповедник
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Друзья! Ещё несколько слов хочу сказать о нашей работе по обновлению выставки «Золото кочевников». На снимках видно - насколько изменилась Золотая кладовая. Важно, что мы не обращались к сторонним специалистам. Проект полностью вели сотрудники Астраханского музея-заповедника – археологи, историки, сотрудники отдела фондов, дизайнеры-художники, инженеры и рабочие. Наша команда доказала, что своими силами мы можем делать музей мирового уровня. Благодарю коллег за проделанную работу! Астраханцев и гостей региона приглашаю посетить обновлённую выставку «Золото кочевников»! #Астраханскаяобласть #Астрахань #Астраханскиймузейзаповедник #Краеведческиймузей #коллекции #золото #сарматы #archeologist #science #culture #history
Teleco, Eco, Products
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A study conducted by the University of Queensland in Australia, based on data collected since the late 1980s, found that Green sea turtles now ingest twice the plastic they did 25 years ago. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ According to the United Nations, ingestion of plastic kills an estimated 1 million marine birds and 100,000 marine animals each year. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ Additionally, more than 90% of all birds and fish are believed to have plastic particles in their stomach. It’s because plastic breaks up into tiny pieces in the sea, which are then consumed by fish and other sea animals. Repost : @educatedearthling --------------------------------------------------------------------------- Ingin informasi lebih lanjut tentang informasi menarik, produk-produk ramah lingkungan, keren, dan tentunya bernilai ekonomi tinggi? Ikuti terus linimasa kami di @tel.eco Teleco : a place to find your environmental-based information. --------------------------------------------------------------------------- #teleco #eco #products #green #ecofriendly #quotes #business #environment #product #active #activity #tree #info #animals #plants #life #plastic #ocean #money #indonesia #warriors #style #lifestyle #post #water #wood #government #technology #science
Engineering, Mechanicalengineering, Science
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Amazing @engineeringinsights --------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 🌹🌹🌹🌹Source: @majorka_blog 🌹🌹🌹 👇👇See industrial technologies 👇👇👇👇👇👇 @industrial.tech DM for credit or removal request ( no copyright intended ) 🔗 All rights and credits reserved to the respective owner(s). ------------------------------------------------------------------------------- #engineering #mechanicalengineering #science #technology #engineeringinsights #industrial #industry #industrial_tech
Scientificmethod, Melanin, Oxidation
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Scientific inquiry lab Methods to slow down apple browning #scientificmethod #melanin #oxidation #highschool #science #lab
Plants, Naturestudy, Nature
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"The whole secret of the study of nature lies in learning how to use ones eyes." We can sometimes forget the importance of plants and take them for granted. They become a normal part of our background scenery. Through our nature study the children have really had the opportunity to acknowledge and appreciate the vital role plants play in our ecosystem and our long-term survival. They provide us with an endless resources; food, medicine, oxygen, habitat, climate, pollution control and also our well-being. Everytime we step into our back garden we really do appreciate the magnificence they hold. #plants #naturestudy #nature #childledlearning #learningideas #primary #science #scienceforkids #handsonlearning #outdoorlearning #learningthroughplay #homeschooling #homeschoolinglife #homeschoolingmom #makinglearningfun
> Le MétaHisme : L’Éveil Et Le Passage (Transcription) -  The MetaHism is an artistic movement that expresses and embodies the human mind as a meta-paradigm. This Art of the Consciousness, connects a global perception of the visible and invisible events simultaneously. META, because expressing the Whole, ISM as the concept and universal suffix, which we find in all the movements and H, eight letter of the alphabet, (letter of the infinity, ∞, lemniscate) separating and unifying.
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> Le MétaHisme : L’Éveil Et Le Passage (Transcription) - The MetaHism is an artistic movement that expresses and embodies the human mind as a meta-paradigm. This Art of the Consciousness, connects a global perception of the visible and invisible events simultaneously. META, because expressing the Whole, ISM as the concept and universal suffix, which we find in all the movements and H, eight letter of the alphabet, (letter of the infinity, ∞, lemniscate) separating and unifying.
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Skytrex Adventure (Sg Congkak) Come here to challenge yourself 😎 📍Sg Congkak, Hulu Langat 2️⃣ new flying fox circuits awaits you 😏 - 🌊River Thrill (Intermediate Level) ✔️Suitable for aged 8️⃣ & above ✔️A fun flying fox experience, high above the river rapids and waterfalls with cool and fresh forest air dashing through your face ⏰Time to complete 1.5h - 🌊Rapid Extreme (Advanced Level) ✔️Suitable for aged 1️⃣3️⃣ & above ✔️Cimb up the highest vertical ladder and be rewarded with the many flying fox across the forest and enjoy the magnificent view from above ⏰Time to complete 1.5h What are you waiting for? 😉 Challenge yourself and leave PM now 🔥 #More exciting kids activity?! 🔥Join Kids Activity Malaysia 👉https://bit.ly/2KkaiJT 🦔 Follow GogoKids.my 🦄 Browse GogoKids Website: 👉http://bit.ly/2P8M6e1 🐝 Download GogoKids Apps: 👉https://gogokids.onelink.me/THDWor
Doctor, Medico, Colon
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Normal colon vs ulcerative colitis colon _______________________ _______________________ Follow for medical things @medico.guru @medico.guru @medico.guru @medico.guru @medico.guru @medico.guru @medico.guru _______________________ _______________________ #doctor #medico #colon #medicine #medstudent #medschool #surgery #surgicaltechnologist #new #usmlestep #usmle #mbbs #bams #bhms #bds #dental #doctors #treatment #prescription #diagnosis #medic #divine #pharmacist #science #bhfyp
Schlechtewortwitzeammontag, Kannich, Isicwissensmontag
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Auf dem Neptun regnet es btw Diamanten! 😱💎🚀🛸🛰🌐 Und mit diesen Fakten entlassen wir euch in eine intergalaktische Woche 💫#schlechtewortwitzeammontag #kannich #isicwissensmontag #faktenmontag
2 different sides, same symmetry
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2 different sides, same symmetry
Euler, Calculus, Physics
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π>3>e π=3.14159... e=2.71828... 3=3.00000... ____________________ There exist no better Trio than π , e & 3 in Mathematics 😏 . #euler#calculus#physics#science#math#maths#mathematics#mathematicians#numberphile#mathsisfun#mathsiscool#mathsstudent#maths_phile_360#sine#cosine#trigonometry
Instagram, Instagood, Instaday
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В моїх очах настільки тихий омут, що навіть чорт обходить стороною😈 ▪️ ▪️ ▪️ #instagram #instagood #instaday #sun #sunny_mood #mood #day #new_day #smiilee #smile #love #like #science #summer #green #photo #good #pretty #nice #tree #forest #flowers #friend #dreams #l #good #follow #me #new #new_photo
Coffee, Coffeeshop, Espresso
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We taste every batch we roast to measure quality, track consistency, and to inform any tweaks that we make to our roast profiles. We're all about the meticulous approach to coffee... some may say perfectionists!⁠⠀ .⁠⠀ .⁠⠀ .⁠⠀ .⁠⠀ .⁠⠀ .⁠⠀ #coffee #coffeeshop #espresso #specialtycoffee #science #technology #education #research #GrindsmithcoffeeRoasters
Science, Scientist
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Are we as objective as we think? #science #scientist
Ok Sciense, Very Cool👏
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Ok Sciense, Very Cool👏
The start of your clinicals are all about 4 things:
1.Taking focused and complete histories. 
2.Learning the main clinical examinations.
3.Developing a diagnostic process/framework to arrive at the most likely diagnosis and provide sensible differentials.
4.Knowing the basic management for the common pathologies and emergencies.

In order to help you achieve these goals, this is a suggested stepwise approach for you to follow at the beginning of your clinicals:

1. Get proficient at histories and clinical examinations (cardio, abdo, resp, neuro & GALS). I recommend Geeky Medics @geekymedics, which is a great resource for learning the clinical examinations and histories. Use their written guides and videos to help you learn. Practice what you’ve learnt and develop good patient manner by taking a history and carrying out a head to toe examination of at least 1 patient a day. Remember to present to a doctor at the end to get feedback. 
2. Get used to the clinical setting by attending ward rounds (WR) and clinics. Chat to the FY doctors, nurses, health care assistants and ask plenty of questions. Get used to working in a team.

3. Develop a framework for diagnostic reasoning. I’d recommend reading Oxford Cases in Medicine and Surgery (the red & white one, not the little Oxford Handbook) & watching Osmosis videos @osmosismed on clinical reasoning. Osmosis is a great website for visual learners and the videos are so easy to watch with great animations, well narrated and above all simple, clear and comprehensive. 
4. Learn about conditions you come across in the clinical setting, as well as the conditions you read in Oxford cases. I recommend @osmosismed for learning pathology, as well as the textbook feature of PassMedicine.

5.Get used to the style of exams you get in clinicals; often single best answer (SBA). So, start using PassMedicine as early as possible, both the textbook feature and SBA questions. Passmedicine is a great site containing a textbook feature which summarises the “no BS, need to know” info and has a huge bank of questions to test you, with clever algorithms to make sure you retain what you learn and that you learn from your mistakes.
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The start of your clinicals are all about 4 things: 1.Taking focused and complete histories. 2.Learning the main clinical examinations. 3.Developing a diagnostic process/framework to arrive at the most likely diagnosis and provide sensible differentials. 4.Knowing the basic management for the common pathologies and emergencies. In order to help you achieve these goals, this is a suggested stepwise approach for you to follow at the beginning of your clinicals: 1. Get proficient at histories and clinical examinations (cardio, abdo, resp, neuro & GALS). I recommend Geeky Medics @geekymedics, which is a great resource for learning the clinical examinations and histories. Use their written guides and videos to help you learn. Practice what you’ve learnt and develop good patient manner by taking a history and carrying out a head to toe examination of at least 1 patient a day. Remember to present to a doctor at the end to get feedback. 2. Get used to the clinical setting by attending ward rounds (WR) and clinics. Chat to the FY doctors, nurses, health care assistants and ask plenty of questions. Get used to working in a team. 3. Develop a framework for diagnostic reasoning. I’d recommend reading Oxford Cases in Medicine and Surgery (the red & white one, not the little Oxford Handbook) & watching Osmosis videos @osmosismed on clinical reasoning. Osmosis is a great website for visual learners and the videos are so easy to watch with great animations, well narrated and above all simple, clear and comprehensive. 4. Learn about conditions you come across in the clinical setting, as well as the conditions you read in Oxford cases. I recommend @osmosismed for learning pathology, as well as the textbook feature of PassMedicine. 5.Get used to the style of exams you get in clinicals; often single best answer (SBA). So, start using PassMedicine as early as possible, both the textbook feature and SBA questions. Passmedicine is a great site containing a textbook feature which summarises the “no BS, need to know” info and has a huge bank of questions to test you, with clever algorithms to make sure you retain what you learn and that you learn from your mistakes.
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Science, Math, Physics
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Journal entries #science #math #physics #fun #philosophy
Designer, Graphic, Infographic
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السلام عليكم ورحمة الله وبركاته يشرفنا خدمتكم عن بعد ، لكي تكون مميز على الانستجرام او مواقع التواصل نقوم بتصميم اللوجوهات اى الشعارات وكافة المطبوعات الداخلية والخارجية واعلانات الانستجرام والسوشيال عامة والفيديو والانفوجرافيك والتسويق التجارى اونلاين لكافة الدول شركات وافراد بكافة الانشطة لطلبات التصميم والتسويق للشركات والمؤسسات والأفراد واتساب 00201014444866 #designer #graphic #infographic #creativity #exhibition #exhibitionist #forum #conference #auction #science #scientology #doctor #specialist #clinic #hospital #medicine #dentist #beautycenter #agriculture #animal #flange #wedding #bride #arbitration #videos #animation #fantazi #crazy #fun
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