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agnus.k Keeping it simple for day 12 of #100daysofcolourplay white paint pen detail over blended acrylic layers #the100dayproject #artjournal #colourmehappy #colourplay #acrylicpaint #abstractpainting 10min

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iamkwantwell Another layout in my altered composition book. I used Seth Apter's stencil for timeless and some of the images around the border. #sethapter #stencil #mixedmediaart #mixedmedia #alteredcompositionbook #acrylicpaint #lips #tulipstencil #tulipproduct 18min

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hannah.wu Day 121/366- chittorgarh fort, india
Is it normal for a hand to be stuck in a claw- shaped position? Asking for a friend. The rain is lovely.
It was built by the Mauryans (7th century AD) and named after their leader, Chitrangada Mori. This fort is above the Berach River and has been controlled by the Guhilot, Sisodias, Suryavanshi clans, Emperor Akbar, and more.
Crepitus is the sound made when joints are cracked (something I hear very often). When joints are cracked there is an influx of synovial fluid which makes them looser. People often think that cracking your knuckes and such can lead to arthritis and is bad for you. No studies have been able to support that, in fact, just the opposite. A 2011 study followed 215 people (50- 89) as they cracked/didn't crack their knuckles and no signs of osteoporosis arthritis were shown in the ones who did. Doctor Donald Unger cracked his left hand everyday for 60 years (that's dedication right there) and didn't crack the joints on his right hand. And his result was no difference in either hand. He even won an IG Nobel Prize in 2009. Some parts of the body that are crackable, not a word, are the neck, elbow, wrist, knuckles, hips, spine, knees, ankles, and toes.
And those are just the joints I can crack.

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