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You Will Love These Neon Mandala And Polyhedron GIFs By Miron

Tron. These mandala and iconographic images take place in the same universe as the movie Tron, and that is not up for debate. These also look like they could be neon signs in The Dude’s dreams, so it’s a Jeff-Daniels-Twofer.

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humanoidhistory:

Behold a few wonders of the cosmos: From top to bottom are galaxies M101, M81, Centaurus A, and M51. The images are a collaboration combining data from amateur astronomers and NASA mission archives. X-rays from Chandra are purple, infrared data from Spitzer are red, and the optical data are red, green, and blue. (Chandra X-ray Observatory)

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FBI investigating alleged photo hack of Jennifer Lawrence, others
NBC News: The FBI and Apple announced Monday that they are investigating an apparent hacking of iCloud accounts that lead to photos of Jennifer Lawrence and other female stars being posted online.
A spokesperson for Lawrence said the incident was “a flagrant violation of privacy” and that authorities were poised to prosecute anyone who posted the photos.
Follow updates on BreakingNews.com.
Photo: Actress Jennifer Lawrence on the red carpet of the 2014 Academy Awards. Jordan Strauss / AP

breakingnews:

FBI investigating alleged photo hack of Jennifer Lawrence, others

NBC NewsThe FBI and Apple announced Monday that they are investigating an apparent hacking of iCloud accounts that lead to photos of Jennifer Lawrence and other female stars being posted online.

A spokesperson for Lawrence said the incident was “a flagrant violation of privacy” and that authorities were poised to prosecute anyone who posted the photos.

Follow updates on BreakingNews.com.

Photo: Actress Jennifer Lawrence on the red carpet of the 2014 Academy Awards. Jordan Strauss / AP

humanoidhistory:

Two volcanic islands merge into one in the Pacific Ocean, about 1,000 kilometers (600 miles) south of Tokyo in the Ogasawara Island chain.
(NASA)

humanoidhistory:

Two volcanic islands merge into one in the Pacific Ocean, about 1,000 kilometers (600 miles) south of Tokyo in the Ogasawara Island chain.

(NASA)