Posts tagged SCIENCE!
Posts tagged SCIENCE!
1. dip a spoon of gallium in a glass of hot water
2. make a bubble with smoke instead of air
3. dissolve the tablet in weightlessness
4. set fire to the energy-saving lamp
5. push two identical clouds of smoke
6. create a vacuum in the empty tank
7. set fire to the smoke from the candles
8. overturn the glass with smoke
9. pour the hot solution in a plastic cup [x]
If this doesn’t fit on your blog, you’re doing it wrong.
I never knew how much I wanted this. When I inevitably teach a lot of high school science courses I must use this gif.
WHEN I USED TO DRAW ANTHROPOMORPHIC ELEMENTS MY CARBON WAS A BLACK PIMP OH GOD I’M CRY
The Moon, newly risen, perfect over a flowing blanket of cloud.
If you’re not following the space colonel, you’re missing out on gems like this.
Space Colonel sounds like some sort of awesome superhero.
As a grad student, and a scientist, I found these to be hysterical……and frighteningly accurate!!!!!
Like seriously, this exists??
under the cut is the world’s longest word it’s 189,819 letters long and takes three hours to say??? i actually don’t know what to do with myself
SCIENCE WHAT HAVE YOU DONE
WHAT EVEN IS THAT
THIS IS THE MOST BADASS THING I’VE EVER HEARD IN MY LIFE
BEST THING OMG
UPDATE: apparently this is Muse, from their album “The 2nd Law”. Good job, Muse, you finally produced something towards which I don’t feel totally indifferent.
ATTENTION folks, there is currently an astronaut posting to Tumblr from space. I repeat, there is a human being, that is currently in freakin’ SPACE, posting pictures (from said SPACE) to their Tumblr blog.
There are things, called words, that are failing me, about the other things, that I am feeling.
Expedition 35 Commander Chris Hadfield: You sir, are cooler than a polar bear’s toenails.
(He’s also on Twitter)
So much for the “Heavy Snow” that we are getting warned about constantly.
Just done a scientific experiment, and it weighs less than a pack of Digestives.
Met Office gobshites.
Reblogging for important contribution to Science.
THAT DOESN’T EVEN MAKE SENSE!
“In medieval Europe, a compound of sodium with the Latin name of sodanum was used as a headache remedy. The name sodium is thought to originate from the Arabic suda, meaning headache, as the headache-alleviating properties of sodium carbonate or soda were well known in early times”
The symbol Na is from the Latin natrium.
So my dad works on satellite systems and they’re sending his latest project up tonight. If you like watching humanity’s greatest achievement, come watch a rocket take off with me.