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Why would the West do this
  • Appears to be a year old, if anyone else was wondering. Doubt things got any better afterwards...

    https://www.standardmedia.co.ke/health/asia/article/2001473226/beijing-lgbtq-center-shuttered-as-crackdown-grows-in-china

    An advocacy group that also served as a safe space for the LGBTQ community in Beijing became the latest organization to close under a crackdown by Chinese leader Xi Jinping's government.

    "We very regretfully announce, due to forces beyond our control, the Beijing LGBT Center will stop operating today,"

  • Zelensky: 'Our partners fear that Russia will lose this war'
  • That's one interesting concept of future wars. I like it. Walking down the streets and bam sleeping gas!
    Wake up in some waiting room with thousands of others, massive headache, getting water and pain meds handed by enemy military personnel. Watch the latest statistics on which nation got most people in possession. Get sent home, learn new language, get used to new religion. War is exhausting but also fun.

  • This is Titan, Saturn's largest Moon captured by NASA's James Webb Space Telescope.
  • With its liquids (both surface and subsurface) and robust nitrogen atmosphere, Titan's methane cycle bears a striking similarity to Earth's water cycle, albeit at the much lower temperature of about 94 K (−179 °C; −290 °F).

    That's way too cold in my opinion!

  • speedometers
  • See figure 3 here: https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Thermodynamic_temperature

    As mentioned above, there are other ways molecules can jiggle besides the three translational degrees of freedom that imbue substances with their kinetic temperature. As can be seen in the animation at right, molecules are complex objects; they are a population of atoms and thermal agitation can strain their internal chemical bonds in three different ways: via rotation, bond length, and bond angle movements; these are all types of internal degrees of freedom.

    tl;dr Water be jiggly. Amount of jiggle is hard to put a number on

  • That's canon
  • I think it's not too far off at least. It was on their way to kill Leto II. and she quite liked what she saw.
    Frank Herbert has quite a few sexual surprises hidden in Dune. I doubt they'll be shown in the movies....

  • Missouri law bars divorce during pregnancy – even in cases of violence
  • Well, who needs bodily autonomy when you can just use slurs without repercussion. I really don't get why you try to reason with free speech or self defense laws against against this intrusion of your actual freedom.
    Being forced to keep a pregnancy going and then being forced to stay in marriage won't get better when you can legally say whatever you want or shoot someone trespassing on your land...

  • [OC] Dramatic Sky

    The puddle also looks much more impressive.

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    [OC] Bike Rack

    Canon EOS R | F2.8 | 1/1250s | ISO 100 | 50mm

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    [OC] Soft Rhododendron

    Canon Rebel T3 | F4.5 | 1/160s | ISO 200 | 55-250@84mm

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    Blue Eyed Crow

    geteilt von: https://lemmy.world/post/9853372

    Probably a jackdaw. Shot in northern NL. (Sorry in advance for potentially offending anyone here with the title. I don't know much about birds but this one looks pretty!)

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    [OC] Basket

    Canon EOS R | F2.8 | 1/2000s | ISO 100 | 50mm

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    [OC] Blue Eyed Crow

    Canon Rebel T3 | F6.3 | 1/320s | ISO 100 | 55-250@163mm

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    [OC] Sunbathing Swan

    Really looks like they're enjoying themselves. I'm a bit jelaous

    Canon Rebel T3 | F9 | 1/320s | ISO 100 | 55-250@116mm

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    [OC] Lighter Refraction

    The reflected and refracted sunlight of a car's window looked like a flame, so I put a lighter underneath.

    Canon Rebel T3 | F5 | 1/125s | ISO 200 | 55-250@96mm

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    Hot Dog Stand

    geteilt von: https://lemmy.world/post/9704114

    > Canon Rebel T3 | F3.5 | 1/40s | ISO 160 | 18-55@18mm

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    [OC] Weird Trees

    Canon Rebel T3 | F10 | 1/160s | ISO 100 | 18-55@35mm

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    [OC] Hot Dog Stand

    Canon Rebel T3 | F3.5 | 1/40s | ISO 160 | 18mm

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    [OC] Sun Wrapped in Clouds

    Canon EOS R | F6.3 | 1/400s | ISO 200 | 168mm

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    Starry Grass

    Canon Rebel T3 | F5.6 | 2.5s | ISO 3200 | 18mm

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    [OC] Rainy Night in Philadelphia

    Canon Rebel T3 | F3.5 | 1/30s | ISO 3200 | 18mm

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    [OC] Exposed Butterfly

    Canon Rebel T3 | F6.3 | 1/400s | ISO 1250 | 214mm

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    [OC] Symmetry

    I hope I don't offend with the slight asymmetry

    Canon Rebel T3 | F4.0 | 1/100s | ISO 200 | 55mm

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    [OC] Spider on a Web

    There's no editing in this picture, it's just shot looking up at the cloudless sky.

    Canon Rebel T3 | F5.6 | 1/100s | ISO 800 | 250mm

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