explosionsoflife:

Migrating monarch butterflies (Danaus plexippus) travel south for hundreds of miles in the fall, flying at a speed of approximately 10 km/hr.
Photo from sciencemag.org 

explosionsoflife:

Migrating monarch butterflies (Danaus plexippus) travel south for hundreds of miles in the fall, flying at a speed of approximately 10 km/hr.

Photo from sciencemag.org 

thatscienceguy:

Christmas is coming, and since a few of you have asked me where to get these i thought i would just put them all in one list, so;
Aerogel - (currently out of stock, sorry.)
Ecosphere - Comes in many different shapes; Large Sphere, Small Sphere, Small Pod/oval and more. 
Could not find a Gomboc, sorry.
Gallium - 20 grams, 40 grams, 100 grams
Miracle Berries - A lot cheaper than i thought they would be!
Ferrofluid/Magnetic Fluid - heres a bonus gif :D 


Merry Christmas!!
thatscienceguy:

Christmas is coming, and since a few of you have asked me where to get these i thought i would just put them all in one list, so;
Aerogel - (currently out of stock, sorry.)
Ecosphere - Comes in many different shapes; Large Sphere, Small Sphere, Small Pod/oval and more. 
Could not find a Gomboc, sorry.
Gallium - 20 grams, 40 grams, 100 grams
Miracle Berries - A lot cheaper than i thought they would be!
Ferrofluid/Magnetic Fluid - heres a bonus gif :D 


Merry Christmas!!
thatscienceguy:

Christmas is coming, and since a few of you have asked me where to get these i thought i would just put them all in one list, so;
Aerogel - (currently out of stock, sorry.)
Ecosphere - Comes in many different shapes; Large Sphere, Small Sphere, Small Pod/oval and more. 
Could not find a Gomboc, sorry.
Gallium - 20 grams, 40 grams, 100 grams
Miracle Berries - A lot cheaper than i thought they would be!
Ferrofluid/Magnetic Fluid - heres a bonus gif :D 


Merry Christmas!!
thatscienceguy:

Christmas is coming, and since a few of you have asked me where to get these i thought i would just put them all in one list, so;
Aerogel - (currently out of stock, sorry.)
Ecosphere - Comes in many different shapes; Large Sphere, Small Sphere, Small Pod/oval and more. 
Could not find a Gomboc, sorry.
Gallium - 20 grams, 40 grams, 100 grams
Miracle Berries - A lot cheaper than i thought they would be!
Ferrofluid/Magnetic Fluid - heres a bonus gif :D 


Merry Christmas!!
thatscienceguy:

Christmas is coming, and since a few of you have asked me where to get these i thought i would just put them all in one list, so;
Aerogel - (currently out of stock, sorry.)
Ecosphere - Comes in many different shapes; Large Sphere, Small Sphere, Small Pod/oval and more. 
Could not find a Gomboc, sorry.
Gallium - 20 grams, 40 grams, 100 grams
Miracle Berries - A lot cheaper than i thought they would be!
Ferrofluid/Magnetic Fluid - heres a bonus gif :D 


Merry Christmas!!
thatscienceguy:

Christmas is coming, and since a few of you have asked me where to get these i thought i would just put them all in one list, so;
Aerogel - (currently out of stock, sorry.)
Ecosphere - Comes in many different shapes; Large Sphere, Small Sphere, Small Pod/oval and more. 
Could not find a Gomboc, sorry.
Gallium - 20 grams, 40 grams, 100 grams
Miracle Berries - A lot cheaper than i thought they would be!
Ferrofluid/Magnetic Fluid - heres a bonus gif :D 


Merry Christmas!!
thatscienceguy:

Christmas is coming, and since a few of you have asked me where to get these i thought i would just put them all in one list, so;
Aerogel - (currently out of stock, sorry.)
Ecosphere - Comes in many different shapes; Large Sphere, Small Sphere, Small Pod/oval and more. 
Could not find a Gomboc, sorry.
Gallium - 20 grams, 40 grams, 100 grams
Miracle Berries - A lot cheaper than i thought they would be!
Ferrofluid/Magnetic Fluid - heres a bonus gif :D 


Merry Christmas!!
palet-ea:

lost-in-ecstasy:

nonpaura:

This has to be one of my favorite post on tumblr.

wow this is so clever

i want more of this
physicsphysics:

transagenda:

codeawayhaley:

According to the laws of physics, a planet in the shape of a doughnut (toroid) could exist. Physicist Anders Sandberg says that such planets would have very short nights and days, an arid outer equator, twilight polar regions, moons in strange orbits and regions with very different gravity and seasons.
Read more: http://bit.ly/1kPLXGT via io9

petition to turn the earth into a fucking doughnut

We’re on board.

physicsphysics:

transagenda:

codeawayhaley:

According to the laws of physics, a planet in the shape of a doughnut (toroid) could exist. Physicist Anders Sandberg says that such planets would have very short nights and days, an arid outer equator, twilight polar regions, moons in strange orbits and regions with very different gravity and seasons.

Read more: http://bit.ly/1kPLXGT via io9

petition to turn the earth into a fucking doughnut

We’re on board.

rorschachx:

Monarch butterflies (Danaus plexippus) in Michoacan, Mexico | image by Frans Lanting
natureisthegreatestartist:

Spectacular, yes? You don’t often see billowing clouds and a rainbow.
natureisthegreatestartist:

What’s killing honeybees? In a new study, scientists point to a deadly combination of pesticides and fungicides. To find out more, click here.

I find many adults are put off when young children pose scientific questions. Why is the Moon round? the children ask. Why is grass green? What is a dream? How deep can you dig a hole? When is the world’s birthday? Why do we have toes? Too many teachers and parents answer with irritation or ridicule, or quickly move on to something else: ‘What did you expect the Moon to be, square?’ Children soon recognize that somehow this kind of question annoys the grown-ups. A few more experiences like it, and another child has been lost to science. Why adults should pretend to omniscience before 6-year-olds, I can’t for the life of me understand. What’s wrong with admitting that we don’t know something? Is our self-esteem so fragile?

Carl Sagan, The Demon-Haunted World: Science as a Candle in the Dark (via thedragoninmygarage)

Curious that we spend more time congratulating people who have succeeded than encouraging people who have not.

Neil deGrasse Tyson. (via positiving)

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