nerdy-trans-girl:

Okay guys lets get this stuff unpacked.  Karen’s stuff…Some supplies…Karen…
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monairthith:

freefucksforsatan:

fire-onthe-mountain:

gifmovie:

Arthur C. Clarke, Stephen Hawking and Carl Sagan

this is probably my favorite thing on the internet. 

Yes yes yes on so many levels

Aw their smiles
engineeringhistory:

A photograph of Saturn as taken by Voyager 1, 1980.
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fuckyeahengineeringstudent:

True story.If you’re a beginner at electronics this is very useful!
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matthen:

An intricately patterned image made entirely from drawing lines straight from one side to the other. [code]
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icoceles-monster:

esoteric-souls:

atg115:

Does anyone else wonder what the government has science-wise.  like they could have teleportation or time travel and we would never know because they deemed it too dangerous for the general public to know about. 

So teleporting kind of already exists, scientists can teleport electrons and stuff with quantum entanglement, just google quantum teleportation :)

I am so happy other people know of this, I did a presentation on quantum entanglement and no one got it

Haha yeah not very well known, In high school before the final year i mostly spent my time watching random science docos!

University life #2

I am currently doing a project for an engineering course that require us (a team of 8) to build a device that can sense, pick up, and deliver an egg to a specified delivery point, without human control. It has rails and kind of works like a crane you see to win soft toys. As a first year student the task is kind of daunting but sure is interesting.

I coordinate the actual mechanical crane part of the device. Uni is awesome, i get to do things I would normally do for fun, except someone actually teaches me the stuff I need to know, oh and i get this thing called a degree when I’m done. So yeah playing with electromagnets and motors and aduino is fun.

More on the project as we actually start building it!

Ever since I saw the vsauce video entitled “Why are things creepy?”  I’ve been really interested in the concept of terror as Michael describes it. (if you haven’t seen it go go go watch it now!) Things that are terrifying because they are abstract or just slightly out of the ordinary are cool. 
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atg115:

Does anyone else wonder what the government has science-wise.  like they could have teleportation or time travel and we would never know because they deemed it too dangerous for the general public to know about. 

So teleporting kind of already exists, scientists can teleport electrons and stuff with quantum entanglement, just google quantum teleportation :)

archipanda:

Fiska se ne uci, fiska se zna
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