Interesting the way fiction distorts our ways of seeing the world. My first thought seeing these photos of a luxury train in Japan were "That'd be a fine place to solve a murder"

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I’ve had a lot on my mind — I hope you have, too.

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I’ve had a lot on my mind — I hope you have you have, too.

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Headline leading @washingtonpost  right now: Straight and to the point.

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Bill Nye @BillNye , speaking as CEO of the Planetary Society@exploreplanets , just issued the following statement. I'm proud of it. It's honest about the work we have to do, and most importantly, it says #BlackLivesMatter . I'll follow this tweet with the content in text form. 1/n

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On February 14, 1990, from a distance of 3.7 billion miles, Voyager 1 took this photo now known as the Pale Blue Dot. That’s us, our little planet Earth, suspended in a sunbeam. 📸NASA/JPL-CALTECH

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Suddenly, in place of car horns, roaring planes, rattling trains and buses, New York City seems to be filled with bird song.

Two launches of Chinese rockets Friday and Sunday successfully placed Earth-imaging and technology demonstration satellites into orbit. The two missions, which took off from different spaceports, flew board Long March 11 and Long March 2D rockets. STORY:

Pentagon officials express concern as Trump threatens to use military to 'dominate' protestors | @barbarastarrcnn ⁩, @rabrowne75 ⁩ & @NicoleCNN ⁩

With no electric charge and very little mass, neutrinos are known to blast across the cosmos at high energies. But scientists have yet to fully track down how the particles get so juiced up.

Thought maybe I’d look up the term “oppressive regime” just to see where we’re at now and, well...... (via @ShareActionUK )

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