August 14, 2014

ALL THE FEELS.

My eyes are leaking.

August 14, 2014
(via Sidharth Chaturvedi)

Ah, love this. It’s weirdly beautiful.

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Ah, love this. It’s weirdly beautiful.

August 13, 2014

okaysizedbangtheory:

this is the best video i have ever seen

BUTTS

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August 13, 2014

magnezone:

kinomatika:

wellmanicuredman:

sextus—empiricus:

sunshien:

ahahhahaha what the fuck is wrong here is the siren damaged or something.  I’ve heard this exact siren before but never all creepy like this

actually the reason the siren sounds like that is because it’s echoing through the tall buildings of downtown chicago!

jesus, fuck this 

NOPE

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August 12, 2014
Fishy fishy #illustration #preview

Fishy fishy #illustration #preview

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August 12, 2014

drst:

jordanzakarin:

Our short film, about women superheroes and sexism in Hollywood, is getting some attention — and, thanks to some gross fanboys, a decent number of down votes on YouTube.

Could you please watch and, if you like it, give the video a thumbs up and share it? We’d love to make more of these, and it would be a real shame to have a bunch of sexist fanboys bury a fun short film that people seem to really like!

Thank you!

Seriously just go like the video? She’s getting trolled by some of the stupidest people on earth in the comments.

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August 12, 2014
pbstv:

RIP Robin Williams. Thank you for all the laughs. You will be sorely missed.
Photo courtesy of Sesame Street.

Only reblogging this, because it’s perfect.

pbstv:

RIP Robin Williams. Thank you for all the laughs. You will be sorely missed.

Photo courtesy of Sesame Street.

Only reblogging this, because it’s perfect.

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August 11, 2014

poppoppopblowblowbubblegum:

a documentary on the history and performance of the classical indian dance form kathak.

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August 11, 2014
flextrovert:

gnometeeth:


A possum broke into an Australian bakery and ate so many pastries it couldn’t move. This is how they found him.

I live for this post

"Do what you must, for I have already won."

OMG, Wendy, this… I just… 

flextrovert:

gnometeeth:

A possum broke into an Australian bakery and ate so many pastries it couldn’t move. This is how they found him.

I live for this post

"Do what you must, for I have already won."

OMG, Wendy, this… I just… 

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August 11, 2014

beatonna:

medievalpoc:

Math and Science Week!

aseantoo submitted to medievalpoc:

Bhāskarāchārya

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Bhāskarāchārya / Bhāskara II (1114–1185) was an Indian mathematician and astronomer.

Among his many achievements are the following:

1. He was the first person to explain that when you divide by zero, the result is infinity.

2. He was also the first person to note that a positive number has two square roots - a positive and a negative one.

3. He described the principles of differential calculus 500 years before Leibniz and Newton. (He definitively came up with Rolle’s theorem half a millennium before Rolle himself.)

4. He calculated the length of the rotation of the earth around the sun to 365.2588 days - he was just off by 3 minutes.

Intriguingly, his treatise on arithmetic and geometry, Līlāvatī, is named after his daughter. He addresses her as an eager student:

Oh Līlāvatī, intelligent girl, if you understand addition and subtraction, tell me the sum of the amounts 2, 5, 32, 193, 18, 10, and 100, as well as [the remainder of] those when subtracted from 10000.” and “Fawn-eyed child Līlāvatī, tell me, how much is the number [resulting from] 135 multiplied by 12, if you understand multiplication by separate parts and by separate digits. And tell [me], beautiful one, how much is that product divided by the same multiplier?

These invocations have led some to surmise that Līlāvatī, too, was a mathematician.

Image from here: http://mathdept.ucr.edu/pdf/iwm1.pdf

Story of her introduction to math here: http://4go10tales.blogspot.co.uk/2012/06/lilavati.html

Wikipedia on Bhaskaracharya

well my math teacher never talked to me that way

TRUTH

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