1. #prankcaller #majortripper #moveonbaby #shooooo

    #prankcaller #majortripper #moveonbaby #shooooo

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  2. Skating in the darkness

Thanks @ivan7107 for the tutorial.. 👍👍 (at Victoria Park Skate Park)

    Skating in the darkness

    Thanks @ivan7107 for the tutorial.. 👍👍 (at Victoria Park Skate Park)

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  4. We are just but lost half a soul that continuously search for our other half. We only cease to forage once we finally found that other half that will complete us.. 
Don’t lose hope…. The Light will help you find your way

#places #randomthoughts  (at Auckland Harbour Bridge)

    We are just but lost half a soul that continuously search for our other half. We only cease to forage once we finally found that other half that will complete us..
    Don’t lose hope…. The Light will help you find your way

    #places #randomthoughts (at Auckland Harbour Bridge)

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  6. currentsinbiology:

A Cooler Environment for Weight Loss (NPR)
A research team in the Netherlands says there’s an environmental factor that might help in the fight against obesity and that is often overlooked: the cold.
Along with a healthful lifestyle, gradually lowering indoor temperatures to between 62 and 77 degrees can do the body good, says Wouter van Marken Lichtenbelt, a biologist at the Maastricht University Medical Center. By keeping the room a little cooler, your body has to use more calories to maintain a toasty 98.6.

"In the long term, that can have an effect on your energy balance and body weight," van Marken Lichtenbelt tells Shots. He and his colleagues outline the evidence for the idea in a commentary in Trends in Endocrinology & Metabolism.

    currentsinbiology:

    A Cooler Environment for Weight Loss (NPR)

    A research team in the Netherlands says there’s an environmental factor that might help in the fight against obesity and that is often overlooked: the cold.

    Along with a healthful lifestyle, gradually lowering indoor temperatures to between 62 and 77 degrees can do the body good, says Wouter van Marken Lichtenbelt, a biologist at the Maastricht University Medical Center. By keeping the room a little cooler, your body has to use more calories to maintain a toasty 98.6.

    "In the long term, that can have an effect on your energy balance and body weight," van Marken Lichtenbelt tells Shots. He and his colleagues outline the evidence for the idea in a commentary in Trends in Endocrinology & Metabolism.

    2 months ago  /  113 notes  /  Source: currentsinbiology

  7. twisteddoodles:

The truth about Eureka.
(I say bollocks… A lot!)

    twisteddoodles:

    The truth about Eureka.
    (I say bollocks… A lot!)

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  9. dickbadger:

Lorde’s hometown.
Came across this yesterday while driving.

    dickbadger:

    Lorde’s hometown.

    Came across this yesterday while driving.

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  10. travelingcolors:

West Coast starfish colony, Otago | New Zealand (by Simon East)

    travelingcolors:

    West Coast starfish colony, Otago | New Zealand (by Simon East)

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