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Morse Code Ceramics Ryan Mennealy Ceramics "I refer to my Morse Code pieces as subliminal works. By encoding a word (or words) into the piece, it becomes a talisman. Whether or not the viewer consciously acknowledges the text, the piece is a beacon for its embedded code. And I aim to fill the world with objects of hope, love, dreams, and as many other positive permutations as possible." RyanMennealy.com View this post on Instagram Time to bisque. #3dayworkend #ceramics #customlighting A post shared by

The Lake Forest Science Heads are having a high altitude balloon launch Saturday, November 9 from 9-2pm at 28000 Rancho Pkwy, Lake Forest, CA 92630. According to Science Heads website on November 9th, Science Heads will be launching it’s fourth High Altitude Balloon (HAB4). Its payload will be carrying experiments designed by local Middle School and High School students and you are invited to attend this free and fun family STEM event. Photo from ScienceHeads.Org Hear the students describe their experiments and watch the NASA-like countdown and launch. Follow the progress of the balloon on live displays as it travels up to 20 miles into the