Posted 1 week ago

An Open Letter to Sam Pepper

lacigreen:

Hi Sam!

Thanks for taking the time to read this letter. As fellow YouTubers, we have much respect for others who put so much hard work into building their channel. It’s not easy, and you should be proud! That said, we’ve noticed that in your success, there has been a lack of respect in…

Posted 1 year ago
Posted 1 year ago

VOTE FOR XENA!

featherlikesoul:

Xenites we need your heeeeeeeeeelp!!!!

dreammaker-heartbreaker:

shinllu-chan:

the-lily-means:

http://hpb.com/heroes/#vote

PEOPLE OF TUMBLR, VOTE XENA!!!!!!

WE ARE LOSING

GO FORTH AND SPAM THIS

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Posted 1 year ago

Brian Dunning - “Your Brain Sucks” - TAM 2012 (by JamesRandiFoundation)

Posted 1 year ago
Posted 1 year ago

shinyu-chan:

raindownhell:

Alti:  “Your little friend  is dying with you, Xena.  How does that make you feel?”

Xena:  “Good.”

Alti:  “Good?”

Xena:  “‘Cause if she’s dying in my future that means she’s
alive!”

;___________; my feels!

(Source: the-destroyer-of-nations)

Posted 1 year ago

madharleystiltskin:

kiwibutt:


 PRESS PLAY AND PLACE YOUR CURSOR ON IT

ERMAHGERD.

HAVING WAY TOO MUCH FUN JSDKFHGSKJDF

So perfect for procrastination. 

(Source: animations-swf-arena)

Posted 1 year ago

science:

A Slower Speed of Light is a free little game from the MIT Game Lab. It visually demonstrates the effects of relativity. You move around in the first person picking up orbs which slow down the speed of light—the effect being that your normal walking speed inches ever closer to light speed. When you move faster—or light moves slower—colors begin to morph as the invisible shifts into the visible spectrum, until finally time and space themselves start bending. Very trippy, but based on real physics.

Posted 1 year ago

The last one, I promise.

Posted 1 year ago

I’m sorry for the Sagan spam guys, but no one give me more reasons to love science than him did. Not one of my my teachers, not M. Curie, not Noether, not even Gaileu or Feynman.

I wish I had photo of a book written by him called  ‘Planets’ that I read when I was 11, by that time I already have been wanting to study the stars not actually knowing if that was possible.That book showed me what would I need, what I would find, and more important: what science really is.

Thank you, Sagan