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Early release from school, kids are home safe and sound; Harvey and I are watching the winter wonderland from the window. Waiting for the snow to die down to start some sledding and snowman building! Counting on a snow day tomorrow! #snowmageddon2014  (at Carlson Court)

Early release from school, kids are home safe and sound; Harvey and I are watching the winter wonderland from the window. Waiting for the snow to die down to start some sledding and snowman building! Counting on a snow day tomorrow! #snowmageddon2014 (at Carlson Court)

Here’s an image I made in ‘Wreck This App!’ #wreckthisapp http://t.co/leT4JKdB

Here’s an image I made in ‘Wreck This App!’ #wreckthisapp http://t.co/leT4JKdB

Baby girl is in heaven at her after-school art class!  Never mind that she’s the youngest in the class, if it doesn’t bother her!! #naturalbornartist #clay #sculpture

Baby girl is in heaven at her after-school art class! Never mind that she’s the youngest in the class, if it doesn’t bother her!! #naturalbornartist #clay #sculpture

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Dear NASA, Happy Birthday! To Celebrate, We’re Shutting You Down. Love, Congress
55 years ago today, NASA was founded. Now, to celebrate, Congress has shut it down (along with the rest of the federal government). Just 549 of NASA’s 18,000+ employees are able to go to work, and those only because their jobs are so critical that there’s no choice (like keeping our astronauts alive on the ISS, little things like that).
Contrary to previous reports, though, the Curiosity rover will not be totally shut off during the shutdown, but JPL’s status will be reviewed on a week by week basis and NASA’s temporary closure means that not much Mars science is going to get done, or really any space science for that matter.
Sorry, NASA. Shitty birthday.

We’ll make it up to you.
Source:  The Atlantic

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sagansense:

Dear NASA, Happy Birthday! To Celebrate, We’re Shutting You Down. Love, Congress

55 years ago today, NASA was founded. Now, to celebrate, Congress has shut it down (along with the rest of the federal government). Just 549 of NASA’s 18,000+ employees are able to go to work, and those only because their jobs are so critical that there’s no choice (like keeping our astronauts alive on the ISS, little things like that).

Contrary to previous reports, though, the Curiosity rover will not be totally shut off during the shutdown, but JPL’s status will be reviewed on a week by week basis and NASA’s temporary closure means that not much Mars science is going to get done, or really any space science for that matter.

Sorry, NASA. Shitty birthday.

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We’ll make it up to you.

Source:  The Atlantic

via jtotheizzoe

yzma:

did u try unplugging the government and plugging it back in

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First LEGO League (FLL) Team Vitamin Z #7009

First LEGO League (FLL) Team 7009 - Vitamin Z

Getting Started

First LEGO League Team Vitamin Z (#7009) is based in Lake Oswego, OR and is made up of seven 4th and 5th graders from the Lake Oswego School District.  Two of the team members participated on an FLL team last year and the remaining 5…

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Thank heavens, there’s at least one place where I’m still taller than the big son: in the baby girl’s mind!!  Not sure if it’s cute or sad (certainly telling), that she drew phones in both her parents’ hands…#myfamily #artist

Thank heavens, there’s at least one place where I’m still taller than the big son: in the baby girl’s mind!! Not sure if it’s cute or sad (certainly telling), that she drew phones in both her parents’ hands…#myfamily #artist

sesamestreet:

This is why we created a Little Discoverers section of our website. STEM for Preschoolers this way! —> http://sesamestreet.org/stem

sesamestreet:

This is why we created a Little Discoverers section of our website. STEM for Preschoolers this way! —> http://sesamestreet.org/stem