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This is so weird, because I was just thinking about getting a tattoo resembling the moon phases, and I come across this and your site! If you work within the digital sphere, you’re more than likely to have your own computer to work with. This stunning image is of the Orion Nebula which is one of the brightest nebula in the night sky  visible to the naked eye. The dual wallpaper of choice for any Graphic Designer, this image shows a close up of the iconic Pantone book. This cracking dual screen wallpaper features 9 jet planes flying in perfect formation complete with impressive smoke trails. Perfect for international jet-setters this dual desktop image stretches a world map across both your screens. This stunning black & white image shows the iconic Brooklyn Bridge one of the oldest suspension bridges in the United States. This beautiful panoramic twilight shot of london features The London Eye, Big Ben and the Houses of Parliament.
Another stunning black and white image, this time an eerie underwater shot of a woman floating in water. Extreme sports fans will love the dual screen version of this cracking action shot of snowboarders on the slopes. Here’s a dual desktop screen wallpaper for gaming fans of the pudgy, Italian-American plumber Mario.
This dual screen wallpaper of Paris Las Vegas is actually a composition of 14 individual images. When The Matrix meets Skittles – an amazingly colourful abstract image, perfect for dual screens. Full moon names meanings - farmers' almanac, Full moon names date back to native americans, of what is now the northern and eastern united states. Moon secrets - musky hunter magazine, Moon phase secret charts follow link view moon phase secret charts area. 1.1g Multicellular animals often have similar organs and specialized systems for carrying out major life activities. 1.1h Living things are classified by shared characteristics on the cellular and organism level. 1.2b Tissues, organs, and organ systems help to provide all cells with nutrients, oxygen, and waste removal. 1.2c The digestive system consists of organs that are responsible for the mechanical and chemical breakdown of food. 1.2e The excretory system functions in the disposal of dissolved waste molecules, the elimination of liquid and gaseous wastes, and the removal of excess heat energy. 1.2g Locomotion, necessary to escape danger, obtain food and shelter, and reproduce, is accomplished by the interaction of the skeletal and muscular systems, and coordinated by the nervous system.
1.2i The male and female reproductive systems are responsible for producing sex cells necessary for the production of offspring. Key Idea 2:Organisms inherit genetic information in a variety of ways that result in continuity of structure and function between parents and offspring. 3.1a The processes of sexual reproduction and mutation have given rise to a variety of traits within a species. 3.1c Human activities such as selective breeding and advances in genetic engineering may affect the variations of species. 3.2a In all environments, organisms with similar needs may compete with one another for resources. 3.2b Extinction of a species occurs when the environment changes and the adaptive characteristics of a species are insufficient to permit its survival. 3.2c Many thousands of layers of sedimentary rock provide evidence for the long history of Earth and for the long history of changing lifeforms whose remains are found in the rocks. 3.2d Although the time needed for change in a species is usually great, some species of insects and bacteria have undergone significant change in just a few years.
4.2b In sexual reproduction, sperm and egg each carry one-half of the genetic information for the new individual.
4.3a Multicellular organisms exhibit complex changes in development, which begin after fertilization. 4.4a In multicellular organisms, cell division is responsible for growth, maintenance, and repair.
4.4b In one type of cell division, chromosomes are duplicated and then separated into two identical and complete sets to be passed to each of the two resulting cells. 4.4c Another type of cell division accounts for the production of egg and sperm cells in sexually reproducing organisms.
5.1a Animals and plants have a great variety of body plans and internal structures that contribute to their ability to maintain a balanced condition. 5.1b An organism's overall body plan and its environment determine the way that the organism carries out the life processes. 5.1f Regulation of an organism's internal environment involves sensing the internal environment and changing physiological activities to keep conditions within the range required for survival. 5.1g The survival of an organism depends on its ability to sense and respond to its external environment.
5.2b Foods contain a variety of substances, which include carbohydrates, fats, vitamins, proteins, minerals, and water.
5.2f Contraction of infectious disease, and personal behaviors such as use of toxic substances and some dietary habits, may interfere with one's dynamic equilibrium.
6.1b Food webs identify feeding relationships among producers, consumers, and decomposers in an ecosystem. 6.1c Matter is transferred from one organism to another and between organisms and their physical environment.
Major Understandings: Provide evidence that green plants make food and explain the significance of this process to other organisms. 6.2a Photosynthesis is carried on by green plants and other organisms containing chlorophyll. 6.2c Green plants are the producers of food which is used directly or indirectly by consumers. Human decisions and activities have had a profound impact on the physical and living environment. 7.1b Given adequate resources and no disease or predators, populations (including humans) increase. 7.1e The environment may contain dangerous levels of substances (pollutants) that are harmful to organisms. Major Understandings: Describe the effects of environmental changes on humans and other populations. 7.2c Overpopulation by any species impacts the environment due to the increased use of resources.
7.2d Since the Industrial Revolution, human activities have resulted in major pollution of air, water, and soil. Students will understand and apply scientific concepts, principles, and theories pertaining to the physical setting and living environment and recognize the historical development of ideas in science. Key Idea 1:The Earth and celestial phenomena can be described by principles of relative motion and perspective. Introduction: The universe is comprised of a wide array of objects, a few of which can be seen by the unaided eye. 1.1c The Sun and the planets that revolve around it are the major bodies in the solar system. 1.1d Gravity is the force that keeps planets in orbit around the Sun and the Moon in orbit around the Earth. 1.1h The apparent motions of the Sun, Moon, planets, and stars across the sky can be explained by Earth's rotation and revolution. 1.1i The tilt of Earth's axis of rotation and the revolution of Earth around the Sun cause seasons on Earth.
The Physical Setting Key Idea 2:Many of the phenomena that we observe on Earth involve interactions among components of air, water, and land.
Major Understandings: Explain how the atmosphere (air), hydrosphere (water), and lithosphere (land) interact, evolve, and change.


2.1c The rock at Earth's surface forms a nearly continuous shell around Earth called the lithosphere.
2.1d The majority of the lithosphere is covered by a relatively thin layer of water called the hydrosphere.
Major Understandings: Describe volcano and earthquake patterns, the rock cycle, and weather and climate changes. 2.2b Analysis of earthquake wave data (vibrational disturbances) leads to the conclusion that there are layers within Earth.
2.2d Continents fitting together like puzzle parts and fossil correlations provided initial evidence that continents were once together.
2.2e The Theory of Plate Tectonics explains how the solid lithosphere consists of a series of plates that "float" on the partially molten section of the mantle. 2.2h The rock cycle model shows how types of rock or rock material may be transformed from one type of rock to another.
2.2i Weather describes the conditions of the atmosphere at a given location for a short period of time. 2.2j Climate is the characteristic weather that prevails from season to season and year to year. 2.2q Hazardous weather conditions include thunderstorms, tornadoes, hurricanes, ice storms, and blizzards. Key Idea 3:Matter is made up of particles whose properties determine the observable characteristics of matter and its reactivity. 3.1b Solubility can be affected by the nature of the solute and solvent, temperature, and pressure. 3.1c The motion of particles helps to explain the phases (states) of matter as well as changes from one phase to another.
3.1g Characteristic properties can be used to identify different materials, and separate a mixture of substances into its components. The Physical Setting 25 Major Understandings: Distinguish between chemical and physical changes. Examples of physical changes include freezing, melting, condensation, boiling, evaporation, tearing, and crushing. 3.2b Mixtures are physical combinations of materials and can be separated by physical means.
3.2c During a chemical change, substances react in characteristic ways to form new substances with different physical and chemical properties. Examples of chemical changes include burning of wood, cooking of an egg, rusting of iron, and souring of milk.
3.2e The Law of Conservation of Mass states that during an ordinary chemical reaction matter cannot be created or destroyed.
4.1c Most activities in everyday life involve one form of energy being transformed into another.
4.1d Different forms of energy include heat, light, electrical, mechanical, sound, nuclear, and chemical.
Back in February I was contacted by a guy living in the Dominican Republic who wanted to commission a series of 26 photos of discrete phases of the moon for use in an art installation he wanted to put into his new apartment. I was delighted to be asked and although I explained to him that it could take many months to produce due to weather conditions he was fine with this saying he wouldn’t need the completed series until October. When the moon-rise coincides with sun-rise it is impossible to get a photo of the moon as the follow each other across the sky during the day! It finally took me 5 months to complete the job; I took many more photos than displayed above but along with poor weather, atmospheric conditions or even the angle of the moon on the horizon can have a massive effect on the quality of the photos you can get, so the choicest selection.
You can use astrology to your benefit without knowing anything about signs, houses, planets, or reading an astrological chart.
Every twenty-nine days, the moon moves from New through the Full Moon stage and back to New. The full moon the next week is the period when one’s actions over the previous two weeks can be seen at full flower. The third quarter is the time when you sit back and think about what you’ve done, the meaning and purpose of what you’ve done, or what could be improved if you were to do it again.
The next time you have a task ahead of you, try matching your activities to the moon‘s cycles. Anne Beversdorf is a personal astrologer who uses both western astrology and jyotisha, the astrology of India. This is an amazing idea and I would totally do this but then if I wore this during my earth science regents some people behind me would just have to look at my back to see the correct order for the phases of the moon. What better way to make use of all that screen space than filling it 7 Victoria Secret models?
Levels of organization for structure and function of a multicellular organism include cells, tissues, organs, and organ systems.
Hormones are chemicals produced by the endocrine system; hormones regulate many body functions. A single inherited trait of an individual can be determined by one pair or by many pairs of genes. Small differences between parents and offspring can accumulate in successive generations so that descendants are very different from their ancestors.
Major Understandings: Describe factors responsible for competition within species and the significance of that competition. Recently deposited rock layers are more likely to contain fossils resembling existing species.
Introduction: The survival of a species depends on the ability of a living organism to produce offspring.
The fertilized egg undergoes numerous cellular divisions that will result in a multicellular organism, with each cell having identical genetic information. Major Understandings: Observe and describe cell division at the microscopic level and its macroscopic effects. In this type of cell division, the hereditary information is identical in all the cells that result. The eggs and sperm resulting from this type of cell division contain one-half of the hereditary information. Major Understandings: Describe the importance of major nutrients, vitamins, and minerals in maintaining health and promoting growth, and explain the need for a constant input of energy for living organisms.
All living things, including plants, must release energy from their food, using it to carry on their life processes. An imbalance in any of the nutrients might result in weight gain, weight loss, or a diseased state. Introduction: An environmentally aware citizen should have an understanding of the natural world. Water, nitrogen, carbon dioxide, and oxygen are examples of substances cycled between the living and nonliving environment. In this process, the Sun's energy is converted into and stored as chemical energy in the form of a sugar. Carbon dioxide is removed from the atmosphere and oxygen is released during photosynthesis. Lack of resources, habitat destruction, and other factors such as predation and climate limit the growth of certain populations in the ecosystem.
Therefore, the good health of environments and individuals requires the monitoring of soil, air, and water, and taking steps to keep them safe. Human activities can bring about environmental degradation through resource acquisition, urban growth, land-use decisions, waste disposal, etc.
Pollution has cumulative ecological effects such as acid rain, global warming, or ozone depletion. These motions explain such phenomena as a day, a year, phases of the Moon, eclipses, tides, meteor showers, and comets. Introduction: Students should develop an understanding of Earth as a set of closely coupled systems. The atmosphere is a mixture of gases, including nitrogen and oxygen with small amounts of water vapor, carbon dioxide, and other trace gases. Convection cells within the mantle may be the driving force for the movement of the plates.


Most volcanic activity and mountain building occur at the boundaries of these plates, often resulting in earthquakes. Weather conditions at a location are determined primarily by temperature, humidity, and pressure of air masses over that location.
Some of these substances include dust from volcanic eruptions and greenhouse gases such as carbon dioxide, methane, and water vapor.
Some of these properties include color, odor, phase at room temperature, density, solubility, heat and electrical conductivity, hardness, and boiling and freezing points. The rate of solution can be affected by the size of the particles, stirring, temperature, and the amount of solute already dissolved. In chemical reactions, the total mass of the reactants equals the total mass of the products. Elements combine in a multitude of ways to produce compounds that account for all living and nonliving substances.
The periodic table can be used to predict properties of elements (metals, nonmetals, noble gases).
Introduction: An underlying principle of all energy use is the Law of Conservation of Energy.
For example, the chemical energy in gasoline is transformed into mechanical energy in an automobile engine.
Despite this I would be regularly waking up at ungodly hours to try and get some photos, often without success.
The cycle of the Moon is apparent to anyone who looks into the night sky (or who has a calendar with moon phases on it).
The plans have been decided, the action of the first quarter has enabled you to develop the project, and you can finally see what it can look like. In practical terms, this is the best time to do a mailing that will be noticed, to place an advertisement, to mail the party invitations. You’ve tackled the job and it’s either finished or not, but you need to sit and absorb what’s been done so far, or go around and put out a lot of fires if the project hasn’t gone well. In longer cycles you will notice the phases spiraling, with new impulses of action, new times of overview, new urges to communicate and re-evaluate as the next twenty-nine day cycle unfolds. I like the idea of wearing really simple clothes and and funky jewellery on it, I think it’s really sophisticate.
Cells take in nutrients, which they use to provide energy for the work that cells do and to make the materials that a cell or an organism needs. Biological classification systems are arranged from general (kingdom) to specific (species). Major Understandings:Describe simple mechanisms related to the inheritance of some physical traits in offspring. Individual organisms with certain traits are more likely to survive and have offspring than individuals without those traits.
Living things go through a life cycle involving both reproductive and developmental stages. Their later development into adulthood is characterized by varying patterns of growth from species to species.
Introduction: All organisms must be able to obtain and use resources, grow, reproduce, and maintain stable internal conditions while living in a constantly changing external environment. The quantity of sugar molecules increases in green plants during photosynthesis in the presence of sunlight. To ensure the survival of our planet, people have a responsibility to consider the impact of their actions on the environment. Some species have adapted to be dependent upon each other with the result that neither could survive without the other. Some species may replace others over time, resulting in long-term gradual changes (ecological succession). The survival of living things on our planet depends on the conservation and protection of Earth's resources. These celestial objects, distinct from Earth, are in motion relative to Earth and each other. The Moon's phases as observed from Earth are the result of seeing different portions of the lighted area of the Moon's surface.
This rotation also causes the Sun and Moon to appear to rise along the eastern horizon and to set along the western horizon. The concept of systems provides a framework in which students can investigate three major interacting components: lithosphere, hydrosphere, and atmosphere. Minerals are identified on the basis of physical properties such as streak, hardness, and reaction to acid. This may result in earthquakes, volcanic eruption, and the creation of mountains and ocean basins. An insoluble substance can be separated from a soluble substance by such processes as filtration, settling, and evaporation. Major Understandings: Develop mental models to explain common chemical reactions and changes in states of matter. Solar energy, wind, moving water, and biomass are some examples of renewable energy resources. Energy, in the form of heat, is almost always one of the products of energy transformations. However I learnt the following things about the moon, some of which may be obvious, but some you don’t even really think about day to day. Using the phases of the Moon’s cycle can really help you plan events or projects for their most productive times.
If that’s the case, and you still have them set to your boring default background, then pimp them up with either of these fancy wallpapers. Describe how living things, including humans, depend upon the living and nonliving environment for their survival. Processes act within and among the three components on a wide range of time scales to bring about continuous change in Earth's crust, oceans, and atmosphere.
The two or three days of a dark moon is a good time for dreaming, for planting seeds in your subconscious, for daydreaming about new activities in a general way. Describe sexual and asexual mechanisms for passing genetic materials from generation to generation. Observe and describe the variations in reproductive patterns of organisms, including asexual and sexual reproduction. Major Understandings: Compare the way a variety of living specimens carry out basic life functions and maintain dynamic equilibrium. Knowledge of the structure of matter is essential to student's understanding of the living and physical environments. Energy enters ecosystems as sunlight, and is eventually lost from the community to the environment, mostly as heat. Heat is a calculated value which includes the temperature of the material, the mass of the material, and the type of the material. Major Understandings: Describe the flow of energy and matter through food chains and food webs.
All living and nonliving material is composed of these elements or combinations of these elements. Temperature is a direct measurement of the average kinetic energy of the particles in a sample of material. Major Understandings: Observe and describe properties of materials, such as density, conductivity, and solubility. Major Understandings:Describe the sources and identify the transformations of energy observed in everyday life.




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