My life is a comedy sprinkled with finely grated tragedy.

14th September 2014

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fuckyeahmaps:

neil-gaiman:

youaintpunk:

sarajevomoja:

talk about perspective. shit.

Fucking hell.

I remember the first time I saw a map of Africa to scale. My jaw dropped.

I thought the same thing when I compared the map of Alaska to the rest of the U.S. 

fuckyeahmaps:

neil-gaiman:

youaintpunk:

sarajevomoja:

talk about perspective. shit.

Fucking hell.

I remember the first time I saw a map of Africa to scale. My jaw dropped.

I thought the same thing when I compared the map of Alaska to the rest of the U.S. 

Source: sarajevomoja

1st September 2014

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jtotheizzoe:

do-math:

*realizes joy division did some real quick fs photoelectron spectroscopy for their dumb album cover*

1) Joy Division’s 1979 Unknown Pleasures album cover actually features a data visualization from the first known pulsar, PSR B1919+21, discovered by Jocelyn Bell Burnell in 1967, and discovered by the band’s drummer in the Cambridge Encyclopedia of Astronomy.

2) It is not dumb.

Source: do-math

21st August 2014

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10th August 2014

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catp0rn:

this is it. this is the most important gif on tumblr.com

catp0rn:

this is it. this is the most important gif on tumblr.com

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7th August 2014

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hyperallergic:

(via A Zoo Where Animals Run Free and Humans Are Confined)
Imagine a zoo where animals are free to roam while humans quietly observe. Danish architects BIG (Bjarke Ingels Group) set out to make this a reality with their plan for redesigning Zootopia, a zoo in the city of Givskud. Far from “traditional” zoos where the cages set the distinction between man and beast, BIG’s plan is to create an atmosphere that is experiential to both animals and humans.
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hyperallergic:

(via A Zoo Where Animals Run Free and Humans Are Confined)

Imagine a zoo where animals are free to roam while humans quietly observe. Danish architects BIG (Bjarke Ingels Group) set out to make this a reality with their plan for redesigning Zootopia, a zoo in the city of Givskud. Far from “traditional” zoos where the cages set the distinction between man and beast, BIG’s plan is to create an atmosphere that is experiential to both animals and humans.

READ MORE

11th May 2014

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jtotheizzoe:

markscherz:

thegreenwolf:

These Hilarious Charts Will Show You Exactly Why Correlation Doesn’t Mean Causation (please do not remove source, thanks.)

This is magnificent.

But will increasing global temperatures and their effect on snowfall reduce the number of bedsheet entanglement deaths?

(I love this)

Source: thegreenwolf

2nd May 2014

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comedycentral:

[via CollegeHumor]

comedycentral:

[via CollegeHumor]

30th April 2014

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comedycentral:

There’s a miraculous new TripTank tonight at 10:30/9:30c.

In the meantime, click here to watch highlights from last week.

30th April 2014

Photo reblogged from Proof with 1,743 notes

proofmathisbeautiful:

15 Science Experiments You Can Do With Your Kids
by Therese Oneill
Time to get messy, light some stuff on fire, and use food products in ways they were never intended! Parents and teachers across the internet have found fun ways to teach kids science, and have documented the experiments for the rest of us. Here are 15 hands-on science lessons that will stick in a kid’s brain far longer than anything they get from a textbook.
1. Lemony Sudsy Eruptions @ Blog Me Mom

2. Alcohol soaked Money on Fire @ Barefoot in Suburbia

3. Homemade Rock Candy Skewers @ Home made simple

4. Make Your Own Electromagnet @ Science Bob

5. Invisible Ink From Lemons @ Show Tell Share

6. Walking on Eggs @ Steve Spangler Science

7. Tea Bag Rocket @ Ordinary Life Magic

8. Dancing Oobleck @ Housing a Forest

9. Ivory Soap Monster @ bebe ala mode designs

10.  Easy Marshmallow Catapult @ it’s always autumn

11. Magic Plastic Bag @ TinkerLab

12. Gummy Bear Torture @ Science for Kids

13. Making an Optical Illusion @ Science-Sparks

14. Chain Reaction Popsicle Sticks @ Frugal Fun for Boys

15. How to be a Polar Bear @ Discover and Learn

proofmathisbeautiful:

15 Science Experiments You Can Do With Your Kids

by Therese Oneill

Time to get messy, light some stuff on fire, and use food products in ways they were never intended! Parents and teachers across the internet have found fun ways to teach kids science, and have documented the experiments for the rest of us. Here are 15 hands-on science lessons that will stick in a kid’s brain far longer than anything they get from a textbook.

1. Lemony Sudsy Eruptions @ Blog Me Mom

2. Alcohol soaked Money on Fire @ Barefoot in Suburbia

3. Homemade Rock Candy Skewers @ Home made simple

4. Make Your Own Electromagnet @ Science Bob

5. Invisible Ink From Lemons @ Show Tell Share

6. Walking on Eggs @ Steve Spangler Science

7. Tea Bag Rocket @ Ordinary Life Magic

8. Dancing Oobleck @ Housing a Forest

9. Ivory Soap Monster @ bebe ala mode designs

10.  Easy Marshmallow Catapult @ it’s always autumn

11. Magic Plastic Bag @ TinkerLab

12. Gummy Bear Torture @ Science for Kids

13. Making an Optical Illusion @ Science-Sparks

14. Chain Reaction Popsicle Sticks @ Frugal Fun for Boys

15. How to be a Polar Bear @ Discover and Learn

25th April 2014

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jtotheizzoe:

“After all, what nobler thought can one cherish than that the universe lives within us all?” 
Neil deGrasse Tyson

There is no thought nobler…

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