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humanoidhistory:

Neil deGrasse Tyson in groovy space T-shirt while doing post-grad work at the University of Texas, where he would receive a Master of Arts in astronomy in 1983.

humanoidhistory:

Neil deGrasse Tyson in groovy space T-shirt while doing post-grad work at the University of Texas, where he would receive a Master of Arts in astronomy in 1983.

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a-creepy-weirdo-has:

bitcheslovemyjingleballs:

a-creepy-weirdo-has:

what do birds do 

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I apologise for my ignorance, birds are important

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Fan fiction is a way of the culture repairing the damage done in a system where contemporary myths are owned by corporations instead of by the folk. Henry Jenkins (via thatlitsite)

thepaintr:

arinndembo:

Ancient Art, in Living Color?

One of the greatest (and least graciously received) advances in the study of ancient art in recent decades: the ability to study and partially restore the polychromy of ancient sculpture. Many art historians and afficianadoes have said that seeing ancient works restored to their original colors has “destroyed Classical art for them forever”, particularly when restorative efforts have been applied to sculptures carved from poros and marble in Classical Antiquity.

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perfectframes:

BLADE RUNNER / 1982 / RIDLEY SCOTT

perfectframes:

BLADE RUNNER / 1982 / RIDLEY SCOTT

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knoblick:

risinyira:

stele3:

wimpytav:

kittykatparadox:

brs-official:

laughing-llama:

genufa:


sigur-roskolnikov:


This tree makes の sense.


*spits coffee*



Are you fucking kidding me.

#For the people who don’t know:#The character ‘の’ is pronounced as ‘no’#Also the tree is shaped like の#’This tree makes no sense.’#You’re welcome.

tHANK YOU, sCIENCE SIDE,

Actually that’s the language side—Japanese language, to be exact. We’re still waiting to hear from the science side of Tumblr as to how and why a tree would grow in this manner.

Trees grow in the direction of light, so clearly this tree had light in a strange loopy pattern during growth.
Plant follow light, light make loopy loop, plant go loopy loop.

Lastly, this growth in the direction of light is called phototropism.

knoblick:

risinyira:

stele3:

wimpytav:

kittykatparadox:

brs-official:

laughing-llama:

genufa:

sigur-roskolnikov:

This tree makes の sense.

*spits coffee*

Are you fucking kidding me.

tHANK YOU, sCIENCE SIDE,

Actually that’s the language side—Japanese language, to be exact. We’re still waiting to hear from the science side of Tumblr as to how and why a tree would grow in this manner.

Trees grow in the direction of light, so clearly this tree had light in a strange loopy pattern during growth.

Plant follow light, light make loopy loop, plant go loopy loop.

Lastly, this growth in the direction of light is called phototropism.

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pbsnature:

Gotcha! The breathtaking ‘Snow Monkeys’ is coming to Nature on PBS on Wednesday, April 23. Watch a clip: http://youtu.be/iPD_GHDtkWc 

pbsnature:

Gotcha! The breathtaking ‘Snow Monkeys’ is coming to Nature on PBS on Wednesday, April 23. Watch a clip: http://youtu.be/iPD_GHDtkWc 

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sublimistika:

popstronomy:

Cosmos: A Spacetime Odyssey - Part 5

i have just found my favorite gif series of all time. look at this beauty. 

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isil-zha:

Babylon 5 Season 3: Point of No Return

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