June242014

theunionpacific:

tastefullyoffensive:

Notes from Management [ardentleprechaun]

I want to work with Shane.

June202014
1400/1896ft
mt ballyhoo
dutch harbor, ak

1400/1896ft

mt ballyhoo

dutch harbor, ak

9PM
paintin on vacation
fbk 2014
rip flea

paintin on vacation

fbk 2014

rip flea

May212014

On my way to hawaii

16 hour layover I anchorage.
Boring.

March152014

dutch harbor, ak

February102014
AK

AK

2PM

Well alaskas pretty rad about to start throwin boxes for $26 an hour

December272013

Flyin up to alaska sunday

December262013
fromquarkstoquasars:

New Research Suggests Our Sun Won’t Form a Planetary Nebula

You have probably heard that the Sun will turn into a red giant in about 5 billion years. And you probably know that this will result in not-so-fun times for any being still on planet Earth. As it transitions from a main sequence star into a red giant, the outer layers of the Sun will expand across the solar system. When this happens, our life-giving star will turn into an object of utter destruction. The Sun will expand beyond Mercury. It will expand beyond Venus. It will sweep across the entirety of the inner solar system in a mere 5 million years. When it finally stops its expansion, the searing tips of the solar surface will rest beyond the bounds of Earth’s orbit. In short: if we aren’t knocked out of the solar system as the Sun expands, or moved into a larger orbit as it loses mass…we will be consumed.

But what happens to the Sun after it becomes a red giant? We have a pretty good handle on the fate of our own world…but what about the Sun itself? 

We once thought it would turn into a planetary nebula, but we might be wrong on that one. 

Read More: http://www.fromquarkstoquasars.com/new-research-suggests-our-sun-wont-form-a-planetary-nebula/

Image Credit: ESO/S. Steinhöfel

fromquarkstoquasars:

New Research Suggests Our Sun Won’t Form a Planetary Nebula

You have probably heard that the Sun will turn into a red giant in about 5 billion years. And you probably know that this will result in not-so-fun times for any being still on planet Earth. As it transitions from a main sequence star into a red giant, the outer layers of the Sun will expand across the solar system. When this happens, our life-giving star will turn into an object of utter destruction. The Sun will expand beyond Mercury. It will expand beyond Venus. It will sweep across the entirety of the inner solar system in a mere 5 million years. When it finally stops its expansion, the searing tips of the solar surface will rest beyond the bounds of Earth’s orbit. In short: if we aren’t knocked out of the solar system as the Sun expands, or moved into a larger orbit as it loses mass…we will be consumed.

But what happens to the Sun after it becomes a red giant? We have a pretty good handle on the fate of our own world…but what about the Sun itself?

We once thought it would turn into a planetary nebula, but we might be wrong on that one.

Read More: http://www.fromquarkstoquasars.com/new-research-suggests-our-sun-wont-form-a-planetary-nebula/

Image Credit: ESO/S. Steinhöfel

December242013

Muddy and shredder got to open their presents early.  Soooo cute!

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