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PhilippeGouy-Pailler 6h
The mystery of peculiar surface is one step closer to being solved, as revelations about an ancient eruption explain what's behind certain strange rock formations.
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Scott 🐝🐝 writes stuff once in a blue moon Apr 25
4 & 5 sense marriage between their parents is unraveling. Now each feels they're holding onto one end of the string that hardly ties all inside. 5 lives in fear of 6 as she'd turned once learned 7 ate 8. "Whatever that means?" she thinks. And 2..?
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M. S. Reggiori Apr 25
Cut me a thought today I've lost not my soul.. Im here again Among that which blossom Thers no roll call For this here night Stay.. & play with me This portrayal of Claire de lun Beautiful things should be Gathered.. & not ripped apart Or dispersed like ash
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Heather Oliver Apr 25
A eruption Of feelings come rushing Emotions explode Sparks fly no discussion Sensations Elation Hearts beat like percussion Each touch hot as lava Desires combustion As we both give in To love's sweet seduction Behind a closed door With no interruptions
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Miles Nowhere (MIA) Apr 25
the singularly most incredible thing i’ve ever seen you do is everything i stopped being the cosmos for a chance to drop by and watch you sleep quiescent now i see how the one thing is the every thing and that’s great cos it doesn’t help a bit
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Scott 🐝🐝 writes stuff once in a blue moon Apr 24
Illustrious set in your devilish eyes once cast hits me right between surprised thighs. Case you're wondering, that's why I'm down on the floor (lower than ever before) beneath the core of your world tour. I'm entranced by the silken way u say "Hey."
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Emma K Santschi Apr 25
“You’re a bit , aren’t you.” “Are you calling me fat?” “What? No, I’m saying you go from dormant to—“ “Are you saying I’m slothful?!” “No! I’m saying you sometimes erupt—“ “ARE YOU SAYING I’M MERCURIAL?!” “.......yes.” “Oh. Next time, lead with that, ok?”
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Simon Carn May 18
One of my all-time favorite cloud images - the mammatus-ash cloud from the May 18, 1980 advancing over Ephrata, Washington 39 years ago. Photo by Douglas Miller.
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George Miller Apr 25
No one could puke like Rome. Stiff-legged, projectile vomiting like Mt Versuvius, spewing forth with violence. He once threw up out the passenger window while a driver was passing us on the right, horn honking, wipers whipping. Shouldn't pass on the right.
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Kristina Brooks Apr 25
Every man is, in fact, an island. Separated from his kin by a sea of indifference. But some still rage with emotion, pouring their feelings out in seething cascades of words to create new ground. Poems rich, fertile, and bearing the seeds of understanding.
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Six-Gun Poet Apr 25
I burn for you neither space nor time can stop me deep within you I hold your very core in my tactile fiery smoothing hands slowly patiently I surge upwards changing tempo I explode a mad gushing rush lying crushed on top of you a warm sagging heap.
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Six-Gun Poet Apr 25
A cross your hard geological strata I probe softly into your cracks & crevasses seeking salvation in the dark warmth I flow into you seeping weeping leaking moulding enfolding disrobing you with passionate adoration exclamations my earth, my love, my end.
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Mary David-Snow Apr 26
Before dawn, the bread was delivered & put inside a box outside the village grocery store. After school, we put peanuts in our bottles of RC. Sometimes a boy shook his & pointed the bottle at a girl. Later in the evening, many a romance began on the bread box.
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∞ gogo🌀lplex ∞ Jun 15
Replying to @gogoalplex
changes under force or pressure behaving as non-Newtonian fluid
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A Travel Companion May 28
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Mercy ♣️ Apr 25
Twas a night like this Quiet and serene When the mountain roared And the rocks did scream Nowhere to run Nowhere to hide We said our prayers Lay down and died Wrapped in huddles Sometimes alone Salvation didn’t come But Death Touched our home
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BioEffect 21h
🇮🇸 Today is and across the country we are with parades, balloons and flags. 🎉The Reykjanes Peninsula is one of the oldest parts of the country and there you can find old that have been dormant for centuries 🌋🌿
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Geography made easy Mar 30
The eruption of the Mount Saint Helens in 1980 ... still a spectacular event. Watch as one side of the mountain just slips away in a massive landslide just before the eruption
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EUROVOLC Feb 22
Sampling gases at Furnas fumarolic field. The purpose is to compare the fieldwork and lab techniques of partner observatories and research institutes
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Open Science Jun 15
New trigger for discovered using jelly and lasers livuni
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