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7 Free Apps That Make College Life Simple

7 Free Apps That Make College Life Simple | amberosgoodbyce | Scoop.it
College life brings a new amount of responsibility. Students suddenly have to manage more aspects of their lives than they did back in high school.

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Infographic: What Is College Readiness?

Infographic: What Is College Readiness? | amberosgoodbyce | Scoop.it
The demands of colleges and careers have changed over the last several years. There's an increase need of technological skills that may include coding, cyber security, IT, and design.

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Compass Professional Health Services – Home

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Summer Introductions at SAM Gallery - SOAP: Seattle Art Museum ...

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Politics, Bluefin Tuna, and Pythons Herp Nation Magazine ...

Politics, Bluefin Tuna, and Pythons Herp Nation Magazine ... | amberosgoodbyce | Scoop.it

Herp Nation Magazine – Reptiles Amphibians Herpetology Husbandry · Home · Blog · Videos · Mags · Gallery · Store · Advertise · SUBSCRIBE · More · « Previous (1). Politics, Bluefin Tuna, and Pythons. Social Buttons by Linksku - Share links ...

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Arctic “death spiral” leaves climate scientists shocked and worried

Arctic “death spiral” leaves climate scientists shocked and worried | amberosgoodbyce | Scoop.it

by Barry Saxifrage / The Vancouver Observer A “radical shift” is plunging the Arctic Ocean towards an ice-free state for the first time in millions of years. One of the world’s fo...


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8 Tips for Long Exposure Photography

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"...Long exposure photography has become very popular in the last couple of years, getting a lot of coverage in landscape photography magazines and on photo sharing websites. With the ever-increasing number of options for 10-stop neutral density (ND) filters on the market, there has never been a better time to give it a go..."


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Shrinking prey base forces tigers to change behavioural pattern - The Times of India

Shrinking prey base forces tigers to change behavioural pattern - The Times of India | amberosgoodbyce | Scoop.it
Seventy-year-old Haren Mondal of Jamespur is familiar with the tiger's odour.

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Cosmic Purple | LiveScience

Cosmic Purple | LiveScience | amberosgoodbyce | Scoop.it
A spiral galaxy gains a purplish hue in the false-color view from a space telescope.

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Sun Tattoo Designs

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The Sun is a timeless tattoo design which is available in lots of different variations. Sun Tattoo Designs can be inked to any part of your body and in an endless variation of styles and colors.
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'League of Legends,' eSports growing

'League of Legends,' eSports growing | amberosgoodbyce | Scoop.it
As the world of eSports continues to evolve, video game designers are starting to emulate sports leagues to provide pro players and fans the biggest...

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Townsend Tales: Mushrooms & Ancient Rituals

Townsend Tales: Mushrooms & Ancient Rituals | amberosgoodbyce | Scoop.it
A short walk through the dense forest lead us to a big marsh and the scene of ancient rituals. Over 4000 years ago ancient people used to gather for their religious rituals right where we were. I don't think our morning could ...

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Extraterrestrial Crystal Discovered in Russia's Remote Kamchatka Peninsula

Extraterrestrial Crystal Discovered in Russia's Remote Kamchatka Peninsula | amberosgoodbyce | Scoop.it
A rare and exotic mineral, so unusual that it was thought impossible to exist, came to Earth on a meteorite, according to an international team of researchers led by Princeton University scientists.

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Redefining College Readiness - The Best Colleges

Redefining College Readiness - The Best Colleges | amberosgoodbyce | Scoop.it

The Common Core has brought the concept of college and career readiness…so, what is college readiness? This infographic explores this question. It looks a traditional factors that high schools and colleges value as well as performance in college courses. Key cognitive strategies, academic knowledge and skills, academic behaviors and contextual skills and awareness are also address as are what schools and students may due to foster college readiness.


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GEAR UP NC's curator insight, June 24, 2013 11:25 AM

Infographic + college readiness = framework for increasing college enrollment for each student in NC. #GEARUPworks

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How can our students prepare themselves for college? What is important to colleges in the admission process?

JeanR's curator insight, November 17, 4:22 PM

It's very true that GPA, AP Scores, and SAT Scores show how ready you are for applying to colleges but they do not translate to how ready you will actually be for starting college. The differences between high school and college work is tremendous, you have almost no one to rely on besides yourself. Professors will not force you to do homework, to make you pay attention or take notes, and some professors will not even care if you attend the class or not. GPA, AP Scores, and SAT are not the only defining factor of being ready for college.

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Artists Alex and Allyson Grey on the new visionary art book 'Net of Being'

In your art, like an eagle eye view from the intelligence of the Universe, you have applied multidimensionality to important moments of human life such as praying, meditating and birth. What are your thoughts on creation and other life in the Universe?

Some of my paintings portray an x-ray view of the human anatomy including the light body -- acupuncture meridians, auras, chakras, prana, thought forms, symbols, archetypal vortices, the light that shines beyond the flesh.


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Arenal Volcano National Park, Costa Rica

Arenal Volcano National Park, Costa Rica | amberosgoodbyce | Scoop.it
The park is also an important watershed of several rivers and streams that flow into the Arenal Lake Reservoir, such as the Chiquito, Peñas Blancas y Frío rivers, among others. Water from here is the country's most ...

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Ocean turtle photography

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http://xaxor.com/photography/25207-ocean-turtle-photography.html


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Wild Tiger Photography | Incredible Snaps

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Wild Tiger Photography - Tiger is a symbol of braveness.The tiger is the largest cat species Identification of tiger that having dark vertical stripes on reddish-orange fur and the most unique trait is every single tiger has its own pattern of...

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Astral Projection - Metaphysical - Atlantis Queen

Astral Projection - Metaphysical - Atlantis Queen | amberosgoodbyce | Scoop.it

The term "astral projection" is used to describe a phenomenon in which a person's consciousness leaves his/her physical body and travels outside independent of it. This experience is also called out-of-body experience (OBE), since the consciousness or mind or soul or astral body or whatever you wish to call it leaves the body.


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Washington Opposes Peace

Washington Opposes Peace | amberosgoodbyce | Scoop.it

Washington has few profiles in courage. On war and peace issues, even fewer. Herd mentality dominates thinking. Politicians march in lockstep. An occasional exception proves the rule.

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Two Genes (Piwi-like 1 and 2) From The Mexican Axolotl Provide Insights into Body Part Regeneration

Two Genes (Piwi-like 1 and 2) From The Mexican Axolotl Provide Insights into Body Part Regeneration | amberosgoodbyce | Scoop.it

According to a team of researchers at the Salk Institute for Biological Studies in La Jolla, California, mechanisms learned from the early phase of limb regeneration in a lizard-like amphibian known as the Mexican axolotl – wound healing, cellular dedifferentiation and blastemal formation – will reveal therapeutic approaches for tissue regeneration in humans.

 

In two genetic studies, the Salk team has explored why the Mexican axolotl, Ambystoma mexicanum, can regenerate complex tissues such as entire limbs, while others including humans cannot.

“What our work suggests is that jumping genes would be an issue in any situation where you wanted to turn on regeneration,” says Prof Tony Hunter, director of the Salk Institute Cancer Center and senior author of both studies.

 

The scientists have found that two proteins, called piwi-like 1 (PL1) and piwi-like 2 (PL2), perform the job of quieting down jumping genes in this weird creature whose name means water monster and who can regenerate everything from parts of its brain to eyes, spinal cord, and tail. They say that in the axolotl, jumping genes have to be shackled or they might move around in the genomes of cells in the tissue destined to become a new limb, and disrupt the process of regeneration.


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Why Did the Mayan Civilization Collapse? Deforestation and Climate Change

Why Did the Mayan Civilization Collapse? Deforestation and Climate Change | amberosgoodbyce | Scoop.it
A severe drought, exacerbated by widespread logging, appears to have triggered the mysterious Mayan demise (Why Did the Mayan Civilization Collapse?

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Sarah Victory's curator insight, January 17, 1:01 PM

Climate change/deforestation a reason why the Mayans collapsed?

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Two Mountain Lion Kittens Discovered in Santa Monica Mountains National Recreation Area | National Parks Traveler

Two Mountain Lion Kittens Discovered in Santa Monica Mountains National Recreation Area | National Parks Traveler | amberosgoodbyce | Scoop.it

Here kitty-kitty.

Santa Monica Mountains National Recreation Area claims the title of "largest urban national park in the country," but it's 150,000+ acres of mountains and coastline in Ventura and Los Angeles counties also include some distinctly non-urban wildlife. Biologists recently discovered two mountain lion kittens in the park.


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Chakras, Chakra Balancing

Chakras, Chakra Balancing | amberosgoodbyce | Scoop.it

The word Chakra comes from an ancient Indian language known as Sanskrit and means vortex or spinning wheel. Chakra'sprocess energetic information and transform this information into physical, mental, and spiritual energy. The chakras, or energy centers, are not physical. There are seven major Chakras of spiritual energy in the human body which balance, store, and distribute the energies of life throughout our physical body along the subtle body.


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