heavenhighhhhh:

manif3stlove:

nerdyvirgo:

humansofcolor:

susanforemanbackstrom:

trrillest:

firstgingerdoctor:

mother. friggin’. space. man.
x

And some people still think we’re alone here

AND SOME THINK EARTH IS  MOST IMPORTANT

We’re obviously not alone. Why would we be the ONLY life in the whole universe? Humans aren’t the center of everything.

space is so entirely fascinating.

Legit the picture of VY Canis Majoris next to our sun made my stomach sink.  Could you imagine if our sun was that big and the kind of energy it gave off? Dude. It’s almost impossible to think about how vast our universe is.

We’re pretty much quarks and leptons on a universal scale

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sagansense:

Screenshots from 'Play To Cure: Genes In Space', a game my son plays frequently. Although it seems like a typical space-themed asteroid shooter, it’s the first (free) mobile game encoded with instructions which enable each user to participate in the fight to combat cancer by analyzing actual genetic data.

Learn how the game was developed, read about the science behind the game, and play (to cure) via Apple or Google!

(Source: cancerresearchuk.org)

papaabsurd:


does this explain anything to you

what’s wrong with yall. Christ

papaabsurd:

does this explain anything to you

what’s wrong with yall. Christ

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These helmets rock! #howlyeah #packpride #state #arkansas #asu #redwolves #helmet #football

These helmets rock! #howlyeah #packpride #state #arkansas #asu #redwolves #helmet #football

huffingtonpost:

These 15 Geeky Dog Costumes Are Perfect For A Nerd’s Best Friend

When Halloween rolls around, geeks are freaks — after all, it’s another opportunity for cosplay.

But why leave Fido out of the fun when there are so many great doggie costumes out there? See all the adorable nerdy dog costumes here.

factoseintolerance:

I keep seeing things and thinking it’s the funniest thing they’ve ever done and then there are MORE THINGS!  Love love love these two.

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kqedscience:

Pygmy Seahorses: Masters of Camouflage

Tiny and delicate, pygmy seahorses survive by attaching to vibrant corals where they become nearly invisible to both predators and researchers. Now, biologists at the calacademy have successfully bred them in captivity for the first time. Finally, they’re able to study the seahorses’ amazing act of camouflage up close. 

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Learn more about pygmy seahorses at KQED Science.

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