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Etymology of Human:

latin origin, related to humus, maybe,
of the earth, a resident, an extension,
vibrating at her frequency, a single species,
pulsating among millions, as mites and bacteria cover, 208 more words

A L Wells


This doesn’t show much of the yard of parking lot of my building, so it is hard to see where the changes are taking place, but it sure doesn’t look  like this today.,…… 287 more words

Throne Room

I had no idea that earl grey is caffeinated and I’ve had three cups of it this morning on top of my normal massive cup of coffee and HONESTLY I think I’m gonna end up bouncing aff the walls

I'm Vibrating!

Psychosomatic disorder: A disorder characterized by physical symptoms resulting from psychological factors, usually involving a system of the body such as the gastrointestinal orgenitourinary system. (dictionary.com) 883 more words


Vibro Separator

Based on S49 rotary vibrating screen, it absorbs the advanced technology from domestic and overseas, and adopts senior processing technic. It is a kind of high-precision screening and filtering machine. 356 more words