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Photos for July 18, 2011

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Cyclists in Minneapolis raised consciousness by shedding their clothes. July 4, 2011.

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Aztec statue

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Aztec war paint worn by warriors.

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Anomalous sprawled burial with clear marks of violence, Lima, Peru.

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San Diego police Det. Donna Williams.

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Classic Inca burial in crouched sitting position, with the dead expectantly facing the rising sun, a symbol of rebirth.

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While deployed in a small boat, SEAPLEX researchers encountered a large ghost net with tangled rope, net, plastic, and various biological organisms.

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Science at night: SEAPLEX researchers deploy a manta sampling device, which collects biological specimens from the sea surface area, on Aug. 4, 2009.

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Science at night: SEAPLEX researchers deploy a manta sampling device, which collects biological specimens from the sea surface area, on Aug. 4, 2009.

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Spaceport America was due to be done by now, but it's still under construction out in the desert near Truth or Consequences, New Mexico. This photo of the terminal was taken last October.

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Textbooks in California will now include gay history.

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Interior Secretary Ken Salazar makes an announcement regarding uranium mining at the Grand Canyon.

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Paul Nolan and the Stratford Shakespeare Festival cast of "Jesus Christ Superstar."

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Two researchers on the expedition took samples from a net that contained fish, plastic and other small pieces of rubbish.

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Small pieces of plastic drift through the Northern Pacific, and are mistakenly eaten by fish.

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Lantern Fish are among the fish in the North Pacific that inject plastic.

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Fish mistake small pieces of plastic for food.

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The Scripps Research Vessel travelled about 1,200 miles into the Pacific Ocean.

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Specimens collected by the SEAPLEX expedition.

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A crossroads business serves as store, bar, juke joint, and gas station in the cotton plantation area, Melrose, La., June 1940.

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Navy medical corpsman Andrew James, who is now in the U.S. Navy Reserve poses for a picture Friday, July 15, 2011, in San Diego. Gay service members from Army soldiers to Air Force officers are planning to celebrate the official end of the military's 17-year policy that forced them to hide their sexual orientation with another official act - marriage.

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