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Images Dated 8th March 2004

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Blue Mountain coffee beans, Lime Tree Coffee Plantation, Blue Mountains, Jamaica, West Indies, Caribbean, Central America Featured 8 Mar 2004 Print

Blue Mountain coffee beans, Lime Tree Coffee Plantation, Blue Mountains, Jamaica, West Indies, Caribbean, Central America

© Ethel Davies

Agriculture, Beans, Blue Mountains, Botany, Caribbean, Central America, Coffee, Coffee Beans, Color Image, Jamaica, Lime Tree Coffee Plantation, Natural World, Nature, Outdoors, Photography, Travel Destination, Vertical, West Indies

NA, USA, Washington, Mount Stewart Range Mount Stewart with golden larch trees Featured 8 Mar 2004 Print

NA, USA, Washington, Mount Stewart Range Mount Stewart with golden larch trees

NA, USA, Washington, Mount Stuart Range, Mount Stuart with golden larch trees; view from near Ingalls Pass; fall

© Jamie & Judy Wild / Danita Delimont, Agent

Autumn, Danita Delimont, Environment, Fall, Foliage, Gold, Ingalls Pass, Landscape, Larch, Mount Steward Range, Mount Stuart, Mount Stuart Range, Nature, North America, Rf, Scenic, Season, Snow, Tree, Usa, Washington, Washington State

Art of table of types of quarks and leptons Featured 8 Mar 2004 Print

Art of table of types of quarks and leptons

Subatomic particles. Computer artwork of a table of subatomic particles. The top six are quarks, which make up particles such as protons and neutrons. The symbols represent the six types (or insflavours) of quark: up (arrow up), down (arrow down), charm (crescent), strange (question mark), top (white cap) and bottom (white base). The lower six are the leptons. Along the bottom row, from left: the electron, the muon, and the tauon. Each of these has an associated neutrino represented above it. The electron, muon and tauon all have the same charge (formally -1), but their mass increases from left to right. Neutrinos have no mass or charge

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