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Last week the Full Moon was completely immersed in Earth’s dark umbral shadow , just briefly though. The total phase of the April 4, 2015 lunar eclipse lasted less than 5 minutes, the shortest total lunar eclipse of the century . In fact, sliding just… The post Full Moon in Earth’s Shadow appeared first on Just Science.
LED lighting is the sensible answer to offer an eco-pleasant, clear, and power-environment friendly illuminate within the house. This sort of digital mild can present quite a lot of superb advantages. Here are six of the highest advantages related to… The post 6 Benefits of Using the LED Lights appeared first on Just Science.
We are going to Disney World! Yes, it’s true, Disney World has the honor of Nove, Kat and I visiting for a week this coming September. This is no small feat considering we live at or below the poverty line and that Nove has Autism. But, I’ve worked… The post Why I’m Taking My Special Needs Kids To Walt Disney World This Year appeared first on Just Science.
We can learn so much about love and ourselves by observing animals. Their interactions are a sure sign of that expression through body language without verbal communication. One look at these pictures is all it takes to appreciate not only the love between… The post 25 Powerful Images Of Animal Love That Can Teach Us About Ourselves appeared first on Just Science.
1. You can upcycle your duct tape into a jar opener. gifak-net.tumblr.com 2. Melt down your dad’s records and turn them into bowls. Karen Mardahl (CC BY-SA 2.0 ) / Via Flickr: kmardahl Then put chips in the bowls, and eat the chips while you listen to… The post 13 Recycling Life Hacks You Can’t Live Without appeared first on Just Science.
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