This was a pretty excellent movie. #thesecretlifeofwaltermitty #movies #2013 #life #wanderlust

This was a pretty excellent movie. #thesecretlifeofwaltermitty #movies #2013 #life #wanderlust

When life gives you lemons…

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You make lemon meringue? :)

Lemonade. Lemonade all summer long. Gin optional.

It’s not the honors and the prizes and the fancy outsides of life which ultimately nourish our souls. It’s the knowing that we can be trusted, that we never have to fear the truth, that the bedrock of our very being is good stuff. Mr. Rogers’ commencement address to Dartmouth College, 2002 (via drinkyourjuice)

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This is absolutely awesome. I love space.

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Kepler confirms its first planet in habitable zone

The top diagram compares our own solar system to Kepler-22, a star system containing the first habitable zone planet discovered by NASA’s Kepler mission. The habitable zone is the sweet spot around a star where temperatures are right for water to exist in its liquid form. Liquid water is essential for life on Earth.

Kepler-22’s star is a bit smaller than our sun, so its habitable zone is slightly closer in. The top diagram shows an artist’s rendering of the planet comfortably orbiting within the habitable zone, similar to where Earth circles the sun. Kepler-22b has a yearly orbit of 289 days. The planet, Kepler-22b, is the smallest known to orbit in the middle of the habitable zone of a sun-like star. It’s about 2.4 times the size of Earth.

Scientists do not yet know if the planet has a predominantly rocky, gaseous or liquid composition. It’s possible that the world would have clouds in its atmosphere, as depicted here in the artist’s interpretation.

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Ain’t it the truth….

Ain’t it the truth….

And this is why Owen wins at life

  • Joe: This is the place in New Jersey where Bruce Springstein was born. I don't remember what it's called.
  • Me: Um, that would be the USA...
I think I’ve discovered the secret of life - you just hang around until you get used to it. — Charles M. Schulz