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Lunar eclipses are breathtaking celestial reminders of our small part in the greater expanse of the universe. That's why it's so unfortunate that some of our fellow planetmates (mostly those of the blogging variety) have taken to hyping up the event with meaningless phrases like "harvest moon(Opens in a new window)," "super moon(Opens in a new window)," the heroically regressive "blood moon(Opens in a new window)," or some SEO-friendly combination of all of the above(Opens in a new window).

Blood Harvest 3 [PC]

You've undoubtedly heard the term "harvest moon(Opens in a new window)" thrown about (or at least heard of the Neil Young album of the same name(Opens in a new window)), and not known exactly what it meant. Well, as it turns out, Sunday's eclipse is a harvest moon; that is, it's the full moon that takes place closest to the autumnal equinox.

The winner for most inane (if most poetic) nonsense lunar phrase is "blood moon." Apparently Sunday's moon will be one of these. Sounds cool, right? Perhaps the phrase has something to do with the fact that this particular lunar eclipse will turn a deep red crimson? This is actually indeed the case. But you know what else is true? Every lunar eclipse turns a deep red crimson. That's because the sun's light is refracted through the Earth's atmosphere like a prism, and only the red light is bent towards the otherwise unilluminated lunar surface.

It may be tempting to brush off this small piece of media malpractice with a shrug and a slight "who cares?" And with the first two examples, that's probably fine. But, in the case of the "blood moon," there are people out there who are very invested in this nonsense(Opens in a new window) and when they see it written everywhere, it reinforces its apparent legitimacy. If unbalanced people at the fringes of society see mainstream media outlets (some of whom should really know better(Opens in a new window)) using these terms, then it reiterates the idea that this may very well be a sign from the universe(Opens in a new window) for them to make a really bad decision(Opens in a new window).

Once you've managed to stop shaking in your boots at the sheer spookiness of Heck, you'll have to fight your way through an undead army of Maliwan soldiers who are rising from their graves with ambitions of revenge. You'll also encounter freaky fauna including flying, fire-breathing Rakk-o'-Lanterns and wretched Ratch that've gorged themselves on blood. Deep within the depths of Heck lies Captain Haunt, the bony final boss of Bloody Harvest.

The fall season brings out the best of games, and Borderlands 3 is no exception. With the start of the season also comes the beginning of their fall event, Bloody Harvest. Bloody Harvest has a handful of different quests, with one of them being Descent into Heck. This quest gives players a chance to harvest ghosts for some fast cash.

Yet all the blood spilled during the war was not enough to quench the thirst of those in power. The Bloodharvest was created; a vicious and deadly trial that determines who's worthy of a better life.The only way to leave the slums, and earn a place within the enclaves, is to join the Bloodharvest, a trial that very few survive. Only those that enter the Deathgarden, and prove themselves against terrible odds,will ascend.

Perforator-based microsurgical reconstruction of the breast has steadily increased since the introduction of the technique in the 1990s. The procedure appears to offer less postoperative pain, lower abdominal morbidity, and better preservation of the rectus muscles than the more conventional flaps. However, the major disadvantage of these flaps that they can be difficult to harvest, resulting in a longer operative times. The challenges in flap dissection are a result of the variability in the vascular anatomy of the deep inferior epigastric artery (DIEA) and its perforating branches through the rectus muscle. The location, number, and caliber of the perforators and the intramuscular trajectory of the DIEA branches vary greatly not only from individual to individual, but from one hemiabdomen to the other. The establishment of a presurgical map of the vessels on the abdomen facilitates surgical planning and may decrease operating room time, reduce intraoperative complications, and possibly improve outcomes. This article reviews the available techniques for preoperative planning with the currently available imaging modalities of handheld Doppler, color Doppler (duplex) ultrasound, computed tomography angiography, and magnetic resonance angiography. 350c69d7ab


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