Video 14 Jul 87,215 notes

astrotastic:

the-goddamazon:

LFMAOOOOFMonsoan

LOL I saw him give this presentation. Love this guy.

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Photo 6 Jul 117,547 notes moonflowerlights:

#how long have we been holding on to this one?
Photo 28 Jun 2 notes Jazzpunk

Jazzpunk

Photo 19 Jun 33 notes instructorspockie:

Hydrogen energy levels with fine structure (electron spin and relativity) corrections.

instructorspockie:

Hydrogen energy levels with fine structure (electron spin and relativity) corrections.

Video 5 Jun 2,248 notes

heypunchy:

 Porco Rosso | 1992 : 
 The scene where Porco Rosso is telling the story of 
 how he turned into a Pig was inspired by 
 Roald Dahl's "They Shall Not Grow Old" in "Over to You: 
 Ten Stories of Flyers and Flying", 1946 
 A story of pilots and air crew 
 Who now, in their own aircraft 
 Take their last journey. 

Text 1 Jun 298 notes

the-sultan-of-swing said: What do you think of Frozen?

nerdcubedactually:

Good for Ice, bad for soup.

Photo 31 May 2,781 notes radioheavy:

whiteboyfriend:

zerostatereflex:

All Saturn V rockets launched at the same time.

these were the last rockets america made that could reach the moon and the last were destroyed several years agocoincidentally, they also threw out the schematics to build them, so if we ever wanted to go the moon again, we would have to start on new rockets entirely from scratch

1.a) there are three existing Saturn Vs on display at Johnson Space Center, Kennedy Space Center, and at the United States Space and Rocket Center.(source) None of them are flight ready by any means, but there ought to be enough of them left to reverse engineer. 
2) SpaceX’s Falcon Heavy, set to launch in 2015, produces more thrust than the Saturn V did. 
(Also why would we want to use late 60s rocket technology??)

radioheavy:

whiteboyfriend:

zerostatereflex:

All Saturn V rockets launched at the same time.

these were the last rockets america made that could reach the moon and the last were destroyed several years ago

coincidentally, they also threw out the schematics to build them, so if we ever wanted to go the moon again, we would have to start on new rockets entirely from scratch

1.a) there are three existing Saturn Vs on display at Johnson Space Center, Kennedy Space Center, and at the United States Space and Rocket Center.(source) None of them are flight ready by any means, but there ought to be enough of them left to reverse engineer. 

2) SpaceX’s Falcon Heavy, set to launch in 2015, produces more thrust than the Saturn V did. 

(Also why would we want to use late 60s rocket technology??)

Video 25 May 221,549 notes

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Photo 23 May 5,519 notes supplyside:

inquiry

supplyside:

inquiry

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Photo 19 May 129,775 notes joshifereverlark:

youcantsaymyname:


#John Barrowman #playing the Piano #In a Cyberman Mask

everyone go home

THIS IMPOROVED MY LIFE
Photo 18 May 61,551 notes reuben-thomas:

source
Photo 18 May 144,379 notes wordswithinourgrasp:

This is an excellent question that not enough people are asking.

wordswithinourgrasp:

This is an excellent question that not enough people are asking.

(Source: gryffindorgodric)

Photo 13 May 2,196 notes

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Video 3 May 287,751 notes

generalelectric:

Shown here is the micro forge test at GE’s Global Research Center. Researchers use the rig to heat up and apply 100,000 lbs. of pressure to different advanced materials to find out how to make them even stronger. While everyday objects crumble, GE materials are designed to take the pressure. Head over to our YouTube channel to see more everyday objects being smashed, crushed and blasted. 


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