Inside a Daya Bay Antineutrino Detector : Why is there more matter than antimatter in the Universe? To better understand this facet of basic physics, energy departments in China and the USA led in the creation of the Daya Bay Reactor Neutrino Experiment. Located under thick rock about 50 kilometers northeast of Hong Kong, China, eight Daya Bay detectors monitor antineutrinos emitted by six nearby nuclear reactors. Featured here, a camera looks along one of the Daya Bay detectors, imaging photon sensors that pick up faint light emitted by antineutrinos interacting with fluids in the detector. Early results indicate an unexpectedly high rate of one type of antineutrino changing into another, a rate which, if confirmed, could imply the existence of a previously undetected type of neutrino as well as impact humanitys comprehension of fundamental particle reactions that occurred within the first few seconds of the Big Bang. via NASA


2k16, What a great year 🖤💛
I fell for this amazing boy and he actually liked me back.

IG: OfficialDominick

Jan- The day we met. Feb- Our first Valentines day together and first Rave. Mar- Our date in The Gaslamp District. Apr- KP Spring Formals 2016. May- LED USA (2nd Rave) Jun- When he left for Europe. Jul- When he came back from Europe. Aug- Our date at Universal City Walk. (SuicideSquad) Sep- LED Tramps Like Us (3rd Rave) Oct- Blink -182 Concert. Nov- Our first thanksgiving. Dec- Our First Christmas.
There were Deadheads, and it was a good place to be… [The Grateful Dead] didn’t compromise. They weren’t technicolor rock gods. They had such a huge following because they were coming from a place that, even though it was from an altered state, it was definitely real. …That is what I want.
—  Robert Plant, USA Today Interview - January 2015

“I’ve always been number 10 and I don’t really know why. Some people have lucky numbers…for me I think I wanted four when I was on my club team. Four was taken and ten was my next choice. And I always watched soccer as a young kid and you always notice, you know, some of the great players have worn that number 10 jersey and I’m like wow that’s pretty cool. I wanna become one of the best players in the world and the most complete midfielders in the world and each and every day I’m striving for that.”

Carli Lloyd was the only player to log all 450 minutes during the 2014 CONCACAF Women’s Championship. She was named MVP of the tournament after scoring five goals.
Lloyd led the USA in scoring in 2014, finding the net 15 times, tying her career high in a calendar year and is the highest-scoring player in U.S. history who has played exclusively as a midfielder.