Infinity Imagined
Multicellular Organic
Neural Network
Lives in Nitrogen-Oxygen Atmosphere
270 K - 300 K
Eats, Breathes, Thinks, Creates
Ask yourself, where has this atom been? The answer is always a lot of very interesting places, and it is always enjoyable to think of them.
When plants drink water, they use photosynthesis to split it and reform it into oxygen. When animals breathe that oxygen, they split it apart and turn it back into water. The oxygen in the air, and the water in every ocean, lake, and cloud, has been cycling through these phases for at least a billion years. Which ancient creatures breathed the water in your glass? Which prehistoric plants drank the oxygen in your lungs?
There is no such thing as a closed system.
There is no such thing as a closed system.
ericjmcdermott:

Inside your head
The Corpus Callosum is the blue and violet mass of loops and fibers connecting both hemispheres.  The Cingulate Gyrus is the red fibers resting just above it.
Frontal lobe is on top.  Occipital lobe on bottom.  The two dark blue loops are the end parts of the Corpus Callosum, which communicates between hemispheres.
Your wiring.  Frontal lobe is on the right, Occipital lobe on the left.  The large fibers that loop through the Frontal, Parietal, Occipital and Temporal lobes rest just above the Corpus Callosum, in the Cingulate Gyrus.  This part of the brain is essential in coordinating and synthesizing the activity of the other lobes into a coherent consciousness.
i love every atom of everything.

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Looking forwards through your brain with diffusion tensor imaging.  The slice is located at the motor cortex.  The corpus callosum, temporal lobes, and parts of the motor cortex (in frontal lobes) are visible.
Brand new Hubble images of the Eagle Nebula!
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