Not stamp collecting

astrodidact:

Mapping Voyager 1’s Incredible 36-Year Trek Through Space

http://mashable.com/2014/03/17/voyager-1-timeline/

danforth:

Now there was a toy that taught you what life was all about.

danforth:

Now there was a toy that taught you what life was all about.

humansofnewyork:

"I want to be a scientist.""What’s the best part of being a scientist?""Discovering things.""What do you want to discover the most?""King Cobras."

humansofnewyork:

"I want to be a scientist."
"What’s the best part of being a scientist?"
"Discovering things."
"What do you want to discover the most?"
"King Cobras."

jtotheizzoe:

edwardspoonhands:

michaelaranda:

The carbon animation from Starstuff and Nanodiamonds, wherein Emily holds the oldest, smallest diamonds known to humankind.

I’ve been staring at this for two full minutes.

Orgasmic, organic, and orGIFmic.

jtotheizzoe:

edwardspoonhands:

michaelaranda:

The carbon animation from Starstuff and Nanodiamonds, wherein Emily holds the oldest, smallest diamonds known to humankind.

I’ve been staring at this for two full minutes.

Orgasmic, organic, and orGIFmic.

oupacademic:

S. Marc Breedlove, author of Principles of Psychology, discusses flattery, confirmation bias, and subjective validation. 

jtotheizzoe:

freshphotons:

Cosmic Inflation Explained.

Here’s PHD Comics with a great explanation of the HUUUUGE physics news this week.

Timeline Photosfacebook.com

sagansense:

An orrery is a mechanical model of the heliocentric solar system illustrating the relative positions and motions of the planets and moons. This one (above), produced by Ken Condal. View it in real-time to watch this beauty in motion, HERE.

Great Good Fortune
Greg Ross, futilitycloset.com
In Nature (January 23, p. 271) you give a letter from Mr. Scouller describing an interesting case of a rainbow, due to the image of the sun in water, which, with the ordinary primary and secondary bows, make up (there being no secondary to…

Great Good Fortune
Greg Ross, futilitycloset.com

In Nature (January 23, p. 271) you give a letter from Mr. Scouller describing an interesting case of a rainbow, due to the image of the sun in water, which, with the ordinary primary and secondary bows, make up (there being no secondary to…