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For the boob-lovers…

This is for you david

Thxs a lot. I’m David, Dave 4 U sweetie, unfortunately I’m mastering someone else, and I like her. :) Oh! I see, it was another David, that’s cool.

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That Special Touch of Photographic Magic

Poetry in motions, as it is said!
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A Young Lady with a Parrot (c.1730). Rosalba Carriera (Italian, 1675-1757). Pastel on blue laid paper, mounted to laminated paperboard. Art Institute of Chicago.
One of the few renowned women artists of her time, the Venetian Carriera popularized the pastel portrait. In Young Lady with a Parrot, silks, ribbons, pearls, lace, flowers, hair, and flesh are defined with lightness and dexterity. The vivacious portrait of a young woman, with her porcelain-like face, cascade of golden curls, and full bosom (revealed by the parrot), exemplifies the flattering portraiture and technical mastery that brought Carriera international fame.

Lovely Young Lady… guess she perfectly depicts the enchantment of that century
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Oh my Gosh! Hips (    )(    ), boobs (  o  )(  o  ), face {°L°}, Smile Girl, please!
Splendida giornata a tutti!!!!*______*

Molto grazzia!
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Chemistry Recap: Acids and Bases 
You’ve probably heard of pH before, and you might even know that it’s the measure of acids or bases in a water-based solution, ranging from 1 to 14. But what do we mean by that? What is an acid or base?
pH is related to the concentration of hydrogen ions (H+) in a solution. Ions are atoms that have lost or gained electrons, and thus have a charge. Water molecules (H2O) have a natural, slight tendency to dissociate (split up). When this happens, some molecules lose a hydrogen proton and become hydroxyl ion (OH-, oxygen plus a hydrogen electron), and the free hydrogen proton (H+) goes and joins up with another whole water molecule, forming H3O+.

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At equilibrium, the amount of hydrogen ions equals the number of hydroxyl ions—this corresponds to a neutral pH of 7. Pure water has this neutral pH.
When a solution has more hydrogen ions that hydroxyl ions, it’s acidic, because acidic substances “donate” hydrogen ions. An acidic solution has a pH below 7. When a solution has more hydroxyl ions than hydrogen ions, it’s is basic or alkaline, because basic substances “accept” hydrogen ions, soaking them up. A basic solution has a pH above 7.
pH is defined as the negative log (base 10) of the hydrogen ion concentration, where pH stands for “power of hydrogen”. This means that a concentration of 1x10^-7 would have a pH of 7. It wouldn’t be productive for me to go into detail about the derivation of that, but Khan Academy has an excellent video if you’re interested. Since the log scale is base 10, every time you go up by one, it means that the concentration of hydrogen ions has increased by a factor of 10. So, a pH of 5 is ten times more concentrated than a pH of 4. The most important reason we use a negative log scale, though, is because it gives us nice, workable numbers.
Biological systems usually like to have a pH around 7, and it’s incredibly important to keep it there. In human blood, a pH of 7.35 to 7.45 is healthy. A little bit above or below isn’t healthy, but you can live with it. But if you hit as high as 8 or as low as 6.8, you’re dead.
This is such a small window, so living cells have developed mechanisms to control pH. These are called buffers, and they essentially compensate for acids or bases. Buffers are usually formed by maintaining large concentrations of weak acids and bases, but keeping them in equilibrium so the net pH is where the system wants it to be. In human blood, the buffer system used is carbonic acid and its conjugate base, bicarbonate. Remember, acids can donate H+, and bases can accept OH-.
If there’s any disturbance in the system, the chemical equilibrium will shift, so the buffer system has to hurriedly swoop in and save the day. When the pH increases and the system becomes basic, the hydrogen ion concentration decreases. Carbonic acid is quickly given the cue to dissociate, and so it splits up to form a bicarbonate ion and a hydrogen ion—adding these hydrogen ions back in thus restores the original concentration of H+.

On the other hand, when the pH decreases and the system becomes acidic, the hydrogen ion concentration increases. The bicarbonate base combines with hydrogen ions to form carbonic acid, thus restoring the original concentration of H+ and retuning the system to equilibrium.
This kind of buffer can be described by this graph:

Maximum efficiency of the buffer occurs at the inflection point, and it tapers off on either side. Where the slope starts to increase or decrease quickly, the buffer is essentially broken—it can’t keep up with the changes to the system.
Further resources: Education Portal Video

A good depiction of pH, blood natural pH and buffers
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Lemon tree very pretty and the lemon flower sweet…

but the fruit of the poor lemon….
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It’s been a few hours, you’ve just been hanging there. You’ve been quiet, too quiet. Usually there’s music playing, or your foot steps could be heard. But today, you’re quiet. Your little sister, who doesn’t normally come to greet you because you lock yourself away, decides to see what you’re doing. She assumes you’re taking a nap, or doing some homework quietly. She runs up the stairs, eager to see, but she comes to an immediate halt. You’re not doing your homework, nor taking a nap. Your music isn’t playing and you aren’t walking around. You’re hanging there, completely still, now just like her. At this moment, her whole world shatters. Everything she has ever known, looked up to, loved, is hanging there by a thread. At this moment, her life has been changed forever. At this moment, she wishes she was hanging with you.
Before you decide to take your life, imagine who will find you. Imagine them walking into a room, and seeing you just hanging there. Whether it be your little sister, little brother, mother father, grandparents, a friend. Imagine what will happen when they find you. No, they will not say “Finally, they’re gone.” No, they will not say “I’m happy they did that.” No, they will not say “I never loved them anyways.” They will die. Their hearts will break. They will hurt, more than you ever could. They will cry, scream, and break down. They’ll believe it’s all just a dream, praying to wake up. Except, they won’t feel that for a few seconds, or a few days, not weeks, nor months. They will feel that until the day they die. Everyday will be hell. They’ll think of you ever second. They’ll hate themselves for not being able to help or save you. They’ll wish they could die too. They’ll want to give up, just to be with you. They won’t be ever be happy again. They won’t smile. They won’t go back to their daily routine. They’ll die every time they walk past your room, or see a picture of you, or think of a memory with you. They’ll think, but stay quiet. They’ll visit your grave, feeling a knife go through their chest every time. And every morning when they wake up, no matter how long it’s been, they’ll wake up to thinking they’ll see you, only to be let down once again. And every night, they will cry themselves to sleep, because even though they refuse to admit it, know you’re gone forever.
Before you decide to take your life, think of your family, burying you. Yes, your own mother and father are planning your funeral. It’s supposed to be the other way around, but it’s not. They’ll have to call the cops, sign a death certificate, pick out clothing, buy a tomb stone, a casket, pick out flower arrangements, and more; All for their child’s funeral. The morning of your funeral, everyone who loves you is wearing black. Tears are streaming down their face, while their heart is breaking. Everyone who you thought didn’t need you, or didn’t care, are waiting in line to see you. They aren’t waiting in line at a party, or a graduation, or at a wedding reception. They’re waiting to see you, hands folded, lifeless, in a casket.
Before you decide to take your life, think of everyone you will be hurting. Don’t you dare say no one, because absolutely everyone will be affected. Your grandparents, won’t have a grandchild anymore. Your parents, won’t have a child anymore. Your brother or sister, won’t have a sibling anymore. Your pet, won’t have an owner anymore. That person you sit next to in class, won’t feel your presence anymore. Your teacher, won’t have a student anymore. That time your grandparents told you no, will haunt them forever, thinking it is their fault, that you are now dead. That time your parents yelled at you, will haunt them forever, thinking if they didn’t yell at you, you would still be here. That time your sibling said they hated you, will hate themselves, because they believe you would still be alive if they said they loved you instead. Those kids who made you feel bad, will wish they were dead too, because if they just smiled at you instead, you would be here. That teacher that said you didn’t meet her expectations, will feel like a failure, because you would still be here, if she believed in you. Everyone, who has ever been in your presence, will hurt, because if they showed you they cared, you would still be here.
Before you decide to take your life, think. Don’t just think of yourself, think of the consequences for everyone else. No one’s life will be the same again. That person who God made specially for you, won’t have you. That happiness that was waiting for you, will never show again. Before you decide to take your life, realize that you may be ending your pain, but you’ll be starting a lifetime of everyone elses.
If you are feeling alone, and think that suicide is the only way out:
My ask is open, and I’m always here. I’ll never judge you. I’ll try to help you.
If you are thinking of taking your life, call:

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