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  1. ellescarred:

    little-miss-fats:

    source: robot-hugs

    has anyone posted this yet? I love it! 

    This was perfect

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  3. Cassini watches mysterious feature evolve in Titan sea

    warrenellis:

    "NASA’s Cassini spacecraft is monitoring the evolution of a mysterious feature in a large hydrocarbon sea on Saturn’s moon Titan. The feature covers an area of about 100 square miles (260 square kilometers) in Ligeia Mare, one of the largest seas on Titan. It has now been observed twice by Cassini’s radar experiment, but its appearance changed between the two apparitions."

    Please be methane squid. Please be methane squid. Please be methane squid

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  7. laughingsquid:

Stunning Time-Lapse Footage Shows Undulatus Asperatus Clouds Rolling Like Waves Over Lincoln, Nebraska
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  9. Matt Rhodes concept art Mass Effect

    (Source: jimyvegas)

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  11. softerworld:

A Softer World: 1157
(true love lite)
buy this print • support our patreon

Oh god ASW always punches right in the guts

    softerworld:

    A Softer World: 1157

    (true love lite)

    buy this print support our patreon

    Oh god ASW always punches right in the guts

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  13. electricalivia:

This beautiful mug is ready to roll and I want to do him full color at the #Portlandtattooexpo! Email me! Electricalivia(at)gmail

THIS IS SO GOOD.

    electricalivia:

    This beautiful mug is ready to roll and I want to do him full color at the #Portlandtattooexpo! Email me! Electricalivia(at)gmail

    THIS IS SO GOOD.

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  15. fouriestseries:

    Atomic Models

    Evidence-based theories on the structure of atoms have been around since the early 1800s. Dalton’s billiard ball model was the first on the map, and with further discoveries and experiments — like Thompson’s discovery of the electron and Rutherford’s gold foil experiment — improved models of atomic structure were introduced.

    The first GIF above shows Rutherford’s planetary model, which was proposed in 1911. In his model, negatively-charged electrons orbit an incredibly small, dense nucleus of positive charge. Despite being a completely incorrect model, most people still think this is what atoms really look like*. This is not an atom. It’s physically impossible for electrons to stably orbit like this, and the idea of orbiting electrons was entirely replaced by 1926.

    I can’t say what an atom actually looks like, but the most accurate model we have today is governed by the laws of quantum mechanics. The location of an electron is determined by a probability distribution, called an atomic orbital, which tells us the probability of an electron existing in any specific region around a nucleus. The second image shows the surface around a hydrogen nucleus on which an excited electron is most likely to exist.

    Mathematica code posted here.

    *Advertisements and popular science articles incorrectly represent atoms all the time. Even the US Atomic Energy Commission and the International Atomic Energy Agency use the Rutherford model in their logos!

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  17. I feel weird as fuck wearing all this stuff that isn’t black but it’s also cold so…

    I feel weird as fuck wearing all this stuff that isn’t black but it’s also cold so…

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  19. seriousjones:

    all memeing aside i’m honestly really interested in how memes have essentially codified how jokes are transmitted over the internet. in my Early Days on the Internet, there was no precedent for how to make funny internet pictures so there was no uniformity to it. there were a few things, like demotivational posters, that sort of predated the memegenerator era of memes, but most of the time pictures were just typed over in ms paint with crudely-drawn speech bubbles. there was no rhyme or reason to it, no easy-to-read impact font at the top and bottom of the picture. we don’t even need speech bubbles anymore to know the subject of the picture is the one talking but that used to be a thing. meme language has changed and i don’t know how to intelligently explain this but the way funny internet pictures are created and how i experience them has changed a whole lot between now and 2005ish

    It’s interesting when you think about how it went down prior to image hosting online. I remember sending dumb stuff back and forth over MSN when I first got it in about 2000 (maybe 2001?). Home made paint mashups and what not

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