I’m not sure if it’s necessarily a bad thing that I get 90 percent of my news from the Big Picture on boston.com
Still images from video footage March 14, 2011, shows the explosion at Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power complex. A hydrogen explosion rocked a crippled nuclear power plant in Japan on Monday where authorities have been scrambling to avert a meltdown following Friday’s massive earthquake and tsunami.
NASA software used to enhance Earth Science Imagery could one day aid in the interpretation of mammograms, ultrasounds and other medical imagery. The left image shows an original mammogram before MED-SEG processing. The image on the right, with region of interest (white) labeled, shows a mammogram after MED-SEG processing. The new MED-SEG system, developed by Bartron Medical Imaging, Inc., relies on software developed at NASA’s Goddard Space Flight Center to help doctors analyze mammograms, ultrasounds, digital X-rays, and other medical imaging tests. /via.
Can’t figure out if I want to go back to wearing my beanies like ghostface over one eye like I did in 8th grade or try out the Raekwon.
Looking bad as a unit, Meth.
Wish I made it out for this.