Unless a girl literally tells you she can’t do something because only boys do that thing then just be like NO GIRL YOU CAN DO THAT THING AND YOU CAN DO IT BETTER THAN ANY BOY!
Hey remember when I used to Tumblr?
Oahu, Hawaii (Anthony Tortoriello)
This duvet cover, featured at Not on the High Street, comes with its own pack of 8 wash-out doodle colour pens, so you can jot down late-night thoughts, draw a masterpiece, write a story or leave a message – then wash your duvet cover for a totally fresh start all over again!
if this gets 15 notes ill bring a cat to skool
The Float Table is a matrix of “magnetized” wooden cubes that levitate with respect to one another. The repelling cubes are held in equilibrium by a system of tensile steel cables.
It’s classical physics applied to modern design. Each handcrafted table is precisely tuned to seem rigid and stable, yet a touch reveals the secret to Float’s dynamic character.
The Physics Behind Schrödinger’s Cat Paradox
You’ve seen the memes, you’ve seen the YouTube videos, you probably even know it has something to do with physics.
But do you really understand what the paradox means?
Well, if not, Melody Kramer has you covered at National Geographic. Go ahead and observe that explanation, and be in the superposition of knowledge.
Source: National Geographic
olivia locher, how to see america (2013)
A spiral is formed as square structures rotate along the span of the High Trestle Trail bicycle bridge in central Iowa. When the sun sets, blue LED lights give this bridge a magical effect…
Though 3753 Cruithne is sometimes called our second moon, it does not actually orbit the Earth. Its eccentric orbit just happens to be in 1:1 resonance with ours, taking a year to go once around the Sun. From our frame of reference, Cruithne appears to be moving in a bean-shaped orbit about the Earth. This animation shows a similar orbit, and how the two motions can combine to give the illusion of the oddly shaped orbit. [more] [code]
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