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HowStuffWorks "Is science phasing out sleep?" 

Exhaled breath carries a molecular 'breathprint' unique to each individual 

Stable, specific ‘breathprints’ unique to an individual exist and may have applications as diagnostic tools in personalized medicine. Bodily fluids contain lots of information about the health status of a person. Medical doctors routinely have blood and urine analysed in order to obtain hints for infectious and metabolic diseases, to diagnose cancer and organ failure, and to check the dose of medication, based on compounds present in these body fluids.

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The 94 Elements Project - 2 minute trailer by 94 Elements

The aptly named 94 Elements is a new documentary project that challenges filmmakers to explore each of the 94 naturally occurring elements, from hydrogen to plutonium. The films are surprisingly moving human stories — these are not about science, but rather about our relationships with our natural resources. Learn how you can get involved here >

Our lives through the lens of the elements…

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omgerms:

This is awesome.

Whoever said love is a chemical reaction was right! :D

(Source: expose-the-light)

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Chrome Alum Crystals by Paul’s Lab on Flickr

This is a photo of chrome alum crystals in a chrome alum solution, at 20x magnification. Taken with my Canon SX110 IS, through a Novex stereo microscope with lighting from underneath. The crystals are grown from a saturated solution and are no more than 1 mm in diameter. Created myself, Paul, from www.paulslab.com

Why Do Old Books Smell So Good?

The ink and chemicals used in the production of a book reacts with heat, moisture and light, causing the organic materials to break down. This is especially true for books with high acidity, like those made during the 19th and 20th centuries.

(via Huffington Post)

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