Madhav Patel
May 4, 2014
kenobi-wan-obi:

bring dat mass to daddy

kenobi-wan-obi:

bring dat mass to daddy

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shockdingo:

adinakae:

THIS

THIS IS MY FAVORITE GIF OF THE YEAR

Hugh, Conan. Never change guys, never change.

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thebluthcompany:

May the fourth be with you.

thebluthcompany:

May the fourth be with you.

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January 26, 2014

bbglasses:

COME WITH US TO THE MOON!

"I’m at a University that is actually attempting to go to the moon. What can be cooler than that!?” Neil Sharky, VP of Research at Penn State

"We’re doing a goal that not your … common everyday student would even think about doing !"  Amelia Batcha working on the populsion subsystem

But we know that you are not the “everyday student.” You could be a part of this by donating to the Lunar Lions and your quote will be engraved on the spaceship. Where can you go to donate and what would you have engraved on our rocket ship??

January 18, 2014

kenobi-wan-obi:

eric you little shit

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January 4, 2014

film-dot-com:

IN A LONELY PLACE (dir. Nicholas Ray) 1950

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January 2, 2014
iheartchaos:

An interesting model of our solar system’s path as it travels through space in the Milky Way.

iheartchaos:

An interesting model of our solar system’s path as it travels through space in the Milky Way.

kenobi-wan-obi:

NGC 1491 by Bob Fera

An emission nebula found in the constellation of Perseus. This particular nebula has an 11th magnitude star in its center.
The “reddish” color of this object indicates that it is heavily composed of HII. Note how the central star is “blowing” a bubble in the gas that immediately surrounds it.
The winds from this star are so energetic that they are breaking up the nebula to left of it in this picture.

kenobi-wan-obi:

NGC 1491 by Bob Fera

An emission nebula found in the constellation of Perseus. This particular nebula has an 11th magnitude star in its center.

The “reddish” color of this object indicates that it is heavily composed of HII. Note how the central star is “blowing” a bubble in the gas that immediately surrounds it.

The winds from this star are so energetic that they are breaking up the nebula to left of it in this picture.

(Source: afro-dominicano, via afro-dominicano)

scienceyoucanlove:

BIG NEWS: Scientists have printed adult eye cells for the first time using an inkjet printer. The technique was carried out using animals cells but paves the way for therapies that could treat blindness in humans. Scientists have previously printed embryonic stem cells and other immature cells but thought adult cells would be too fragile - however, the printed retina cells not only survived, but were able to grow and develop.Read more: http://bit.ly/1kjpYIY via LiveScience
 

scienceyoucanlove:

BIG NEWS: Scientists have printed adult eye cells for the first time using an inkjet printer. The technique was carried out using animals cells but paves the way for therapies that could treat blindness in humans. Scientists have previously printed embryonic stem cells and other immature cells but thought adult cells would be too fragile - however, the printed retina cells not only survived, but were able to grow and develop.

Read more: http://bit.ly/1kjpYIY via LiveScience

 

scienceyoucanlove:

HUGE NEWS: Australian and US researchers have developed a compound which reverses muscle ageing in mice - a key step towards reversing ageing in humans. The compound gave mice more energy, toned their muscles, reduced inflammation and led to improvements in insulin resistance. Scientists say that for humans the effect would be similar to a 60-year-old feeling like a 20-year-old.Read more: http://ab.co/18VhdNl via ABC
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scienceyoucanlove:

HUGE NEWS: Australian and US researchers have developed a compound which reverses muscle ageing in mice - a key step towards reversing ageing in humans. The compound gave mice more energy, toned their muscles, reduced inflammation and led to improvements in insulin resistance. Scientists say that for humans the effect would be similar to a 60-year-old feeling like a 20-year-old.

Read more: http://ab.co/18VhdNl via ABC

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gothamknowledge:

dimensao7:

Quantum Physics

This is sweet!

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