1. 21:11 9th Sep 2014

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    Reblogged from bidonica

    lunchtrae:

stardust-seedling:

Fibonacci, the structure of our world.

    lunchtrae:

    stardust-seedling:

    Fibonacci, the structure of our world.

    (Source: jodeus)

     
  2. 21:10

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    Reblogged from galaxyclusters

    ucresearch:

    The blood falls of Antarctica

    In some remote regions of the antarctic there are glaciers that appear to be bleeding.  This makes for a stunning visual on the bright white snow, but what is going on here?  

    The falls are actually the product of a subglacial lake that is seeping out from a rupture in the glacier.  The red color comes from the microbes living in the dark cold lake that use iron to produce energy (think rust).  Scientists think that this population of organisms have been able to evolve separately from the rest of the world for over 1.5 million years.

    UC Santa Cruz glaciologist Slawek Tulaczyk studies these types of environments and says they’re great for theorizing life on other planets:

    A place like this would be as close of an analog as we can find on this planet for subpermafrost life habitats on Mars.

    Tulaczyk and his team drill into Antarctic ice in the hopes of finding these types of ecosystems deep below the surface.  

    Read more about Blood Falls here

     
  3. 21:09

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    Reblogged from galaxyclusters

     
  4. 21:08

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    Reblogged from galaxyclusters

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    galaxyclusters:

aggravatedtranscription:

monobeartheater:

micdotcom:

Astronauts just found life in space, we kid you not

Russian cosmonauts have discovered something remarkable clinging to the outside of the International Space Station: living organisms.
“Results of the experiment are absolutely unique" | Follow micdotcom


yooooOOOOOOY OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO HERE WE GO THERE IT IS HERE WE GOOOO IT ALL BEGINS HERE ITS HERE THIS IS IT THIS IS THE BEGINNING BRING ON MY MASS EFFECT FUTURE

OH YES

A quick google will tell you that this article is complete and utter bullshit
Where are the credible sources???

    galaxyclusters:

    aggravatedtranscription:

    monobeartheater:

    micdotcom:

    Astronauts just found life in space, we kid you not

    Russian cosmonauts have discovered something remarkable clinging to the outside of the International Space Station: living organisms.

    Results of the experiment are absolutely unique" | Follow micdotcom

    yooooOOOOOOY OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO HERE WE GO THERE IT IS HERE WE GOOOO IT ALL BEGINS HERE ITS HERE THIS IS IT THIS IS THE BEGINNING BRING ON MY MASS EFFECT FUTURE

    OH YES

    A quick google will tell you that this article is complete and utter bullshit

    Where are the credible sources???

     
  5. 21:05

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    Reblogged from death-by-lulz

    (Source: realitytvbitch)

     
  6. 10:44 17th Aug 2014

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    Reblogged from iceageiscoming

    Episode 13: Unafraid of the Dark, Cosmos: A SpaceTime Odyssey

    (Source: child-of-thecosmos)

     
  7. 10:42

    Notes: 5363

    Reblogged from preztelscavenger

    preztelscavenger:

    seventieth:

    lacioffi:

    There are game devs.
    And then there is Kojima.

    never forget

    Goddammit

     
  8. 14:25 14th Aug 2014

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    Reblogged from kaw

    (Source: eagle4ever)

     
  9. 16:07 13th Aug 2014

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    killself:

    REMEMBER WHEN THEY TOLD US NOT TO SPEAK TO STRANGERS ON THE INTERNET 

    image

     
  10. 16:03

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    Reblogged from this-seat-is-taken

    did-you-kno:

The structure of an enzyme that causes a disease similar to AIDS in monkeys was resolved in 2011 by people playing an online game about protein folding called FoldIt. While researchers had been working at solving the problem for 13 years, the gamers had it solved within three weeks.
Source

    did-you-kno:

    The structure of an enzyme that causes a disease similar to AIDS in monkeys was resolved in 2011 by people playing an online game about protein folding called FoldIt. While researchers had been working at solving the problem for 13 years, the gamers had it solved within three weeks.

    Source