Planet Mercury in amazing color showing rock compositions
NASA has been capturing images of the solar systems smallest planet Mercury for 2 years with its Messenger spacecraft, and has been collecting high resolution color images of the planet. Now the visual data has been stitched together to make a 3D model of the Mercury.
“The areas that you see that are orange - those are volcanic plains. There are some areas that are deep blue that are richer in an opaque mineral which is somewhat mysterious - we don’t really know what that is yet. “And then you see beautiful light-blue streaks across Mercury’s surface. Those are crater rays formed in impacts when fresh, ground-up rock is strewn across the surface of the planet.”
The law assumes that: Uneven skills of counsel do not exist; bias doesn’t influence the decision-maker; evidence can be clearly presented… Right and morality are irrelevant. Personal convictions are irrelevant. Only “truth” produced through trial is relevant. “Truth for the law is a legal construct which relates to facts as they emerge at trial. “Truth” does not necessarily coincide with reality.
As quoted by Deed, 1991.
One last update before posting resumes here and on the front, if anyone has noticed the weakening posts the past few months, I’d just like to offer an explanation —
Everybody gets busy and they’ve got to deal with stress; mine got to the point where I had 3-4 hour sleep and waking periods were interspersed with 20-min naps on the floor just so I don’t doze off for the rest of the day.
Meals. Mostly takeout because there is no washing. | Museums. They’d become -will hit them when they hit me- (never) | June climb. Cancelled three months ago due to time constraints. | Weight. Visibly lost; wonder why.
Most importantly, there were two deaths in the family, which happened too close to each other. Hence, I’ve been living by ‘look forward but look in pain’.
And someone’s in a coma from a horrible car accident who’s about to get her plug pulled, for reasons unspecified. It’s nice to know you come from a family of murderers.
And all that wears you down. Basically… Life: Intellectual decay.
But thankfully, my schedule’s cleared, and I’m back on the blogs. There are definitely things in store [look forward to an outreach platform aimed at undergraduates, independent learners, but most essentially, anyone with a valid portfolio — this is to help get you folks a foothold in the field, and if I can help in any way, I’d be most happy to], which I couldn’t put into motion earlier due to the wear on my creativity, and that should change.
… Well at least I’m definitely going to run a quick 5 km tonight and see if that kicks me off for the rest of the year. Not all is dull and depressing; coffee with mates, beach holidays, yes, yes, yes.
What does it make you if you accept unnecessary criticism as much as (needless to say, unnecessary) compliments?