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April 15, 2014 3:22 am April 7, 2014 8:23 pm
morganperreault:

talk dirty to me

morganperreault:

talk dirty to me

(Source: nickholmes, via underthegoldengate)

8:22 pm

zyoteofalbion:

a-cumberbatch-of-cookies:

AND WITH THIS GIFSET MY LIFE IS NOW COMPLETE.

A king has to know these kinds of things.

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8:21 pm

joshmosh415:

I can never stop posting this. The narrow minded bible fanatics that just look at one small thing in the bible then feed the world with their hate over it. At the same time they ignore all the other silly laws made by man they claimed were made by god. These gif’s say it all.

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March 31, 2014 9:47 am
iamnormanbates:

Ominous feeling around here tonight. 

iamnormanbates:

Ominous feeling around here tonight. 

March 26, 2014 3:43 pm
whiteteen:

Salvador Dali drawing a penis on the forehead of a woman and signing it with Picasso’s signature

whiteteen:

Salvador Dali drawing a penis on the forehead of a woman and signing it with Picasso’s signature

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3:40 pm
asapscience:

Har har. via Reddit

asapscience:

Har har. 

via Reddit

March 24, 2014 5:38 pm

kenobi-wan-obi:

spacetravelco:

New episode of Cosmos tonight!

GET YOUR LIFE NEILY!!!!1

(Source: vimeo.com, via asapscience)

March 21, 2014 3:02 pm

mucholderthen:

HISTORY OF MODERN SCIENCE: THE 18th CENTURY “MECHANICS”
Actually, they all seemed to be interested in just about everything.

Daniel Bernoulli (1700-1782) is best known for his work in fluid mechanics, in particular for his discovery that pressure decreases as flow speed increases – a fact that today keeps carburetors running and fixed-wing planes in the air.

Leonhard Euler (1707-1783), Swiss mathematician and physicist sometimes called “the Galileo of mathematical physics,” did ground-breaking work across many fields. He discovered Euler’s number, e, the second most important constant in physics, after pi.

He also introduced much of modern mathematical terminology and notation, for example, the notion of a mathematical function.  Thus, Euler is justifiably remembered as a mathematician. However, he is also known for his work in mechanics, fluid dynamics, optics, astronomy, and music theory.  [wp]

Joseph Fourier (1768-1830) was a pioneer in theories of heat and vibration. The technique he invented for this work – representing complex waves by adding together simpler waves – is now used everywhere in science and engineering.

Thomas Young (1773-1829) pioneered the “double-slit” experiment: shining a light through two narrow slits, he produced a pattern akin to the one produced by two overlapping water waves. This demonstration of the wave nature of light later became central to quantum mechanics.

Young made notable scientific contributions in the fields of vision, light, solid mechanics, energy, physiology, and language. He also advanced European understanding of ancient Egyptian hieroglyphs (notably, those on the famous Rosetta Stone). [wp]

Carl Friedrich Gauss / Gauß (1777-1855), called “the prince of mathematicians” by his contemporaries, is now best remembered for his “normal” (or Gaussian) distributions, which plot how likely things are to vary from average.

A German mathematician and physical scientist, he contributed significantly to many fields - in mathematics: number theory, algebra, statistics, analysis, differential geometry. In physics, he did work in geophysics, electrostatics, astronomy, and optics. [wp]

William Hamilton (1805-1865) reformulated Newtonian mechanics into what is now known as Hamiltonian mechanics. In doing so, he wrote the mathematical language in which modern physics, especially quantum theory, is expressed.

Sir William Rowan Hamilton was an Irish physicist, astronomer, and mathematician, who made important contributions to classical mechanics, optics, and algebra. [wp]

THE SCIENTIFIC TYPOGRAPHIES OF Dr. Prateek Lala: artistic representations of more than 50 influential physicists, cosmologists, and mathematicians – from Anaximander up to Stephen Hawking.

Images and descriptions reprinted (with revisions) from: Perimeter Institute 

NEXT UP: Ohm, Faraday, Maxwell, Röntgen, Tesla

(via visualizingmath)

March 20, 2014 2:04 pm
geniusbee:

navarrra:

my friend’s geology professor is obsessed with steve buscemi

signing up for this class immediately

geniusbee:

navarrra:

my friend’s geology professor is obsessed with steve buscemi

signing up for this class immediately

(Source: rickcohle, via katdaddykatia)