I’m so sorry I haven’t been posting regularly, it’s been a super tiring week. Gorgeous is a freakin bop though it’s not what I expected. I also don’t think Reputation will be better than Red. Nothing can top that album.
Gracias por haber captado este momento!!! La música es el acto de amor más grande, lo que uno ofrece hacia el otro! Noche inolvidable🌙👑 Nada de esto sería posible sin mi increíble equipo de trabajo, el increíble de @noirfede y los maravillosos de mis bailarines @ro_belula @y.ainie @emanuelboca @arielvallejoss
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@noirfede @lulylnoir Thank you Luly for your art. Long live music!!!! and the musicians👉❤
The blockchain represents a distributed ledger that records and verifies transactions, and groups them in blocks. The blockchain technology allows virtual strangers to exchange value and at the same time makes the transaction process transparent and safe.
Initially the blockchain was launched as alternative to payments but current developments in the industry show that there are unlimited ways in which the blockchain technology can be applied in different industries. Three main blockchain types can be distinguished – distributed, centralized and decentralised (based on hubs). In general, the distributed (public) blockchain is a mechanism of trust between peers making a transaction. It represents a public register and is owned by the peers in the community (network). The process is based on complex mathemathic algorithm.
Blockchain can be developed in a way to provide different layers of security and to connect either identical devices or devices with different components, and therefore to facilitate different uses.
A blockchain can be developed and implemented for the needs of financial institutions in a way that allows the data to be owned by the central entity like a bank. This is called a centralised (private) blockchain. Contrary, in the decentralised blockchain based on hubs, ownership is shared by a restricted group of hubs. •
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MY October is a change of MY season. I’m not like a climate that changes 4x a year. I change daily sometimes even by the minute. But, this is a REAL season where I relinquish things that haunted me, things I can’t and/or maybe couldn’t control, things I never speak of or things I need to release. Growth and change are not always positive! It doesn’t feel good all the time. But, afterwards you realize that the only way to elevate is with that painful change. Growing pains don’t just apply to the physical body! I’m embracing my October...
The fact that cells cooperated to make bodies and minds is as breathtaking as the fact that we (roughly) know how they did it. What you're seeing here is Volvox, a type of algae that forms spherical colonies. Colonial organisms like Volvox are thought to be one possible stepping stone between single-celled organisms like bacteria and multicellular organisms like animals. While the transition from single-celled life to multicellular life is still debated, biology has a good (and improving) understanding of how cells cooperate once they have come together to form animals, plants, etc. And they're capable of such spectacular feats when they come together: you - as a sentient, remembering consciousness - emerge from the cooperation of billions of individuals cells. No individual cell is sentient, and yet - through the blind, slow, and humble forces of biological evolution - they began interacting in some way, which we don't yet understand, to produce mentality. It makes you wonder what other marvels evolution has stumbled upon in this vast, curious universe.
Happy #fossilfriday ! Here is one of the specimens on temporary return for Canadian researchers who will be visiting in November. These are bizarre animals. When they were first discovered in the late 1960s they were excitingly referred to as the conodont animal...and everyone was pretty stoked. The researchers named this guy “Scottognathus elizabethi” based on the conodont assemblages in the midgut (darker oval area). However, later research and the discovery of the actual conodont animal, found that this animal must have eaten conodonts. It was renamed “Typhloesus wellsi”. The dark circle below the midgut is an organ called the ferrodiscus due to its circular shape and substantial concentrations of iron. Currently, no one really understands this structure or the animal.
This specimen was collected from the Mississippian aged Bear Gulch limestone of central Montana. ⚒