Good morning everyone! Going to do an hour of last minute revision then head off to school for the most torturous exam yet… Science. Yep. And on top of that, I’m pretty much screwed so yeah ): Fuck. Well, mind my language, and hopefully I’ll do well. English Language after that so I’m pretty excited for that. But after that I’m free!!!! So fingers crossed. Alright loves, wish me luck xx
Okay, so a lot has happened today. Literally. But then I haven’t been revising at all and my eyes are kind of spazzing out so I think I should go to bed. Hopefully (fingers crossed) I’ll do well tomorrow in my Science exam, and I’d better do well for English Language, seeing as I love English and all.
Better do well.
Right, tata. xx
p.s. AFTER THE EXAMS I’M FREE!!! AND WRITE I SHALL!!!!
A newly discovered alien planet that formed from a dead star is a real diamond in the rough.
The super-high pressure of the planet, which orbits a rapidly pulsing neutron star, has likely caused the carbon within it to crystallize into an actual diamond, a new study suggests.
The composition of the planet, which is about five times the size of Earth, is not its only outstanding feature.
Incredibly Colourful Magnified Grains of Sand
Viewed at an astounding magnification of over 250 times, tiny grains of sand are surprisingly colorful and extremely unique. Each piece is either a fragment of crystals, spiral fragments of shells or crumbs of volcanic rock.
To see these incredible images, Dr. Gary Greenberg goes through a painstakingly lengthy process. First he takes many photos from different points of focus. Then, he combines them using software to produce one spectacular image.
“It is incredible to think when you are walking on the beach you are standing on these tiny treasures,” says Greenberg.”