My Perfect Circle of Acquaintances and Friends

Jul 25

greekgodsforsocialjustice:

littlefuckinglesbian:

anxietyanimal:

Same goes for pets.

DONT LEAVE ANYTHING THAT IS ALIVE IN A CAR

Including plants!!!!

-Rhea

Jul 25

Ummmm…… WhatthefuckRussia?!?

Jul 24

Favorite Films2001: A Space Odyssey (1968)

Jul 24
Worst sunburn fails…. hahaha

http://trend-junky.com/4816/worst-sunburn-fails/

Worst sunburn fails…. hahaha

http://trend-junky.com/4816/worst-sunburn-fails/

Jul 24
spaceplasma:

Failure Of The First Trident D5 submarine-based test launch

In 1971, the US Navy issued a requirement for a submarine-launched, multiple warhead, ballistic missile with intercontinental range and a stellar-inertial navigation system. This would give the Navy capability against Soviet missile siloes and other hardened targets. Lockheed proposed a two-phase program. Trident C-4 would fit in launch tubes in existing submarines, with a range 50% greater than Poseidon. Trident II D-5 would have longer stages, requiring a new class of submarine to be built to accommodate it, but have the desired intercontinental range. Lockheed began development of the Trident II in October 1983. First launch was in January 1987, and first submerged launch in March 1989. This was a failure, revealing problems with the first-stage engine nozzle.


Yeah, but it made for an amazing photo!

spaceplasma:

Failure Of The First Trident D5 submarine-based test launch

In 1971, the US Navy issued a requirement for a submarine-launched, multiple warhead, ballistic missile with intercontinental range and a stellar-inertial navigation system. This would give the Navy capability against Soviet missile siloes and other hardened targets. Lockheed proposed a two-phase program. Trident C-4 would fit in launch tubes in existing submarines, with a range 50% greater than Poseidon. Trident II D-5 would have longer stages, requiring a new class of submarine to be built to accommodate it, but have the desired intercontinental range. Lockheed began development of the Trident II in October 1983. First launch was in January 1987, and first submerged launch in March 1989. This was a failure, revealing problems with the first-stage engine nozzle.

Yeah, but it made for an amazing photo!

Jul 24
istartedoutonburgundy:

Rolling Thunder Revue poster

istartedoutonburgundy:

Rolling Thunder Revue poster

Jul 24

mnrva:

voreing:

here’s a video of an armadillo playing viciously mauling its prey if youve never seen that before

!!!!!!!

Jul 24

johnlockshipsdestiel:

officialprincewilliam:

officialprincewilliam:

can a dinosaur even get more fuckin rad?

image

you bet jurassican

i am so impressed by that dinosaur and that pun congratulations

Jul 24
weissesrauschen:

Light & Matter by momomi_aloha_garden on Flickr.
Jul 24
weissesrauschen:

incisive #4 by momomi_aloha_garden on Flickr.
Jul 24
helycharlotte:

By Valentina Kulagina

helycharlotte:

By Valentina Kulagina

Jul 24
wanderlusteurope:

Bastei Bridge, Germany

wanderlusteurope:

Bastei Bridge, Germany

Jul 24
Jul 24
3 cancer patients……. all now cancer free.

3 cancer patients……. all now cancer free.

Jul 24
thenewenlightenmentage:

Black Holes Aren’t Black After All, Say Theoretical Physicists
Collapsed stars are just too big to trap light forever
Black holes are a crucial part of the great cultural legacy of Einstein’s theory of general relativity. They have fascinated scientists and laypeople alike since they entered the public consciousness in the latter half of the 20th century.
But it may be time to say goodbye to the notion of regions of space so dense that even light becomes trapped within them. In the last year or so, an intense debate about the paradoxical properties of black holes has left a number of theoretical physicists, including Stephen Hawking, suggesting that black holes might not exist at all, at least not in the form that anyone had imagined.
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"Indeed, that’s exactly what appears to be happening. In the last few years, theoretical physicists have begun to think about what happens to information when it falls into a black hole. The general feeling is that information cannot be destroyed in this process and yet that’s exactly what seems to happen."Said the IRS

thenewenlightenmentage:

Black Holes Aren’t Black After All, Say Theoretical Physicists

Collapsed stars are just too big to trap light forever

Black holes are a crucial part of the great cultural legacy of Einstein’s theory of general relativity. They have fascinated scientists and laypeople alike since they entered the public consciousness in the latter half of the 20th century.

But it may be time to say goodbye to the notion of regions of space so dense that even light becomes trapped within them. In the last year or so, an intense debate about the paradoxical properties of black holes has left a number of theoretical physicists, including Stephen Hawking, suggesting that black holes might not exist at all, at least not in the form that anyone had imagined.

Continue Reading

"Indeed, that’s exactly what appears to be happening. In the last few years, theoretical physicists have begun to think about what happens to information when it falls into a black hole. The general feeling is that information cannot be destroyed in this process and yet that’s exactly what seems to happen."

Said the IRS