(Source: cyberho, via nachalibre)

smartgirlsattheparty:

thedemsocialist:

Any questions?

Woah.

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tastefullyoffensive:

But first, let me take a sealfie. [x]

Timestamp: 1406082663

tastefullyoffensive:

But first, let me take a sealfie. [x]

sciencealert:

A new study has quantified the environmental impact of beef, and experts are now saying that cutting down on your red meat intake is even better for the environment than ditching your car.

Read more: http://bit.ly/1wTfdjZ

(via organicalchemist)

Timestamp: 1406043746

sciencealert:

A new study has quantified the environmental impact of beef, and experts are now saying that cutting down on your red meat intake is even better for the environment than ditching your car.

Read more: http://bit.ly/1wTfdjZ

(via organicalchemist)

mothernaturenetwork:

African lake turns animals into statues
Tanzania’s Lake Natron calcifies the animals that die in its waters, and Nick Brandt captures them with eerie photographs.

Timestamp: 1406043297

mothernaturenetwork:

African lake turns animals into statues
Tanzania’s Lake Natron calcifies the animals that die in its waters, and Nick Brandt captures them with eerie photographs.

latinorebels:

No explanation needed.

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Timestamp: 1405956964

latinorebels:

No explanation needed.

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virused:

list of people i like:

  1. dogs

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Stop Smoking

Start Repairing

(Source: allheartcare, via pubhealth)

Timestamp: 1405875777

Stop Smoking

Start Repairing

(Source: allheartcare, via pubhealth)

ganzswegal:

Electron distribution in a 2p orbital

(via organicalchemist)

Timestamp: 1405837097

ganzswegal:

Electron distribution in a 2p orbital

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thenotquitedoctor:

lesbians-and-oitnb:

fuckinstoned:

skateeverydamnday:

rizelkahle:

angelicasucks:

YAAAASSSS

GOD FUCKING BLESS THIS WOMAN

THANK YOU!!!!

Wow

She is the Senator of my state and that makes me really happy.

Spirit animal for all college students

(Source: futomato, via nobel-mathematician)

Timestamp: 1405824168

thenotquitedoctor:

lesbians-and-oitnb:

fuckinstoned:

skateeverydamnday:

rizelkahle:

angelicasucks:

YAAAASSSS

GOD FUCKING BLESS THIS WOMAN

THANK YOU!!!!

Wow

She is the Senator of my state and that makes me really happy.

Spirit animal for all college students

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The Light in Her Eyes (2011)

(Source: slumkitty, via feminspire)

Timestamp: 1405789648

The Light in Her Eyes (2011)

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molecularbiologistproblems:

Dating life of a scientist…

Timestamp: 1405789156

molecularbiologistproblems:

Dating life of a scientist…

thenewenlightenmentage:

The Fourier transform lets you have your cake and understand it

Teasing apart the ingredients of a jumble helps scientists to study complex things that change over time or space

If there’s a mathematical idea that applies itself to almost everything in everyday life but is almost unknown outside the scientific world, the Fourier transform has to be the most unsung contender. It pops up wherever scientists need to study complex things that fluctuate in the real world – sound, heat, light, stock prices – and has been used to separate the signal from the noise in data collected for astronomy, medicine, genetics and chemistry. It is also the main equation used in the compression of digital images and sound on the web.

The noted physicist Lord Kelvin wasn’t exaggerating when he wrote, in 1867: “Fourier’s theorem is not only one of the most beautiful results of modern analysis, but it may be said to furnish an indispensable instrument in the treatment of nearly every recondite question in modern physics.”

Continue Reading

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Timestamp: 1405651455

thenewenlightenmentage:

The Fourier transform lets you have your cake and understand it

Teasing apart the ingredients of a jumble helps scientists to study complex things that change over time or space

If there’s a mathematical idea that applies itself to almost everything in everyday life but is almost unknown outside the scientific world, the Fourier transform has to be the most unsung contender. It pops up wherever scientists need to study complex things that fluctuate in the real world – sound, heat, light, stock prices – and has been used to separate the signal from the noise in data collected for astronomy, medicine, genetics and chemistry. It is also the main equation used in the compression of digital images and sound on the web.

The noted physicist Lord Kelvin wasn’t exaggerating when he wrote, in 1867: “Fourier’s theorem is not only one of the most beautiful results of modern analysis, but it may be said to furnish an indispensable instrument in the treatment of nearly every recondite question in modern physics.”

Continue Reading

(via mindblowingscience)

letatbrut:

moth for Páreas Párias

(via scientificillustration)

Timestamp: 1405650130

letatbrut:

moth for Páreas Párias

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