1. scottfogg:

    PHILEAS REID!! #originalart #johnbroglia #pinup

     


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  3. zerostatereflex:

    Scientists Use 3-D Printer To Help Create Prototype Next-Gen Pacemaker

    "This video shows a rabbit heart that has been kept beating outside of the body in a nutrient and oxygen-rich solution. The new cardiac device — a thin, stretchable membrane imprinted with a spider-web-like network of sensors and electrodes — is custom-designed to fit over the heart and contract and expand with it as it beats."

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  5. roarkshop:

    aqueousserenade:

    coledownlow:

    I love this quote. I love this movie.

    This scene impressed me so much when I first saw it. It still fills me with… idk something. I love it.

    Still one of my favorite lines from a movie ever. 

    Just realized this is PHILEAS REID KNOWS WE ARE NOT ALONE in a nutshell.

    (Source: moistowlettes, via dreamslessordinary)

     


  6. barefootawareness:

    There are so many fruits you haven’t tasted

    so many beautiful songs you have not discovered

    spices you’ve never heard of 

    and intriguing conversations you haven’t had 

    there are oceans you have not felt 

    and plants you’ve never seen

    books you’ve never read

    and souls your heart has not touched

    this Earth is incredible.

    (via withnodirectionhome)

     

  7. spaceplasma:

    Particles come in pairs, which is why there should be an equal amount of matter and antimatter in the universe. Yet, scientists have not been able to detect any in the visible universe. Where is this missing antimatter? CERN scientist Rolf Landua returns to the seconds after the Big Bang to explain the disparity that allows humans to exist today.

    View full lesson: here

    (Source: dimensao7, via ruckawriter)

     

  8. conflictingheart:

    The Golden Ratio is Everywhere

    (Source: iahan, via magicspirals)

     

  9. Vincent Kukua just sent us this rad new pin-up!

     

  10. gunsandposes:

    Europa, sixth moon of Jupiter, in rotation. And now, some fun facts:

    • Europa is estimated to be about 4.5 billion years old, about the same age as Jupiter.
    • Europa is 1,900 miles (3,100 km) in diameter, making it smaller than the Earth’s moon, but larger than Pluto.
    • On average, Europa’s distance from the sun is about 485 million miles/780 million kilometers.
    • Discovered by some dude named Galileo.
    • Its orbital distance from Jupiter is 414,000 miles (670,900 km).
    • It takes Europa three and a half days to orbit Jupiter. The same side of the Europa faces Jupiter at all times.
    • It is the 15th largest body in the solar system, and the smallest of the Galilean moons.
    • The surface temperature at the equator never rises above minus 260 degrees Fahrenheit (minus 160 degrees Celsius).

    (Sources: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5)

    (Source: humanoidhistory, via ruckawriter)