the-eccentric-scientist:

dumb-science-jokes:

adventuresinchemistry:

*does a science dance*

image

Further proof of my earlier hypothesis that we (the Science Side) have a GIF for everything.  

Reblogueado desde The Science of Time

spacetravelco:

Physics prints by Justin VanGenderen

Available here & here.

Reblogueado desde like a physicist
spaceexp:

Comparative Wheel Sizes of Mars Rovers

spaceexp:

Comparative Wheel Sizes of Mars Rovers

Reblogueado desde Astrobitch
Reblogueado desde Oh, wow, lovely.
fuckyeahmathandsciencetattoos:

DNA and one of my favorite quotes by Carl Sagan added to the stars on my leg. Work is done by Shawn Coalman from “Skin of a different color” tattoo shop in Aurora, IL. There is more work to be done with more Scientific awesomeness and I can not wait! 

fuckyeahmathandsciencetattoos:

DNA and one of my favorite quotes by Carl Sagan added to the stars on my leg. Work is done by Shawn Coalman from “Skin of a different color” tattoo shop in Aurora, IL. There is more work to be done with more Scientific awesomeness and I can not wait! 

Reblogueado desde Sunshine
sci-universe:

My observation on the Pluto fuss

sci-universe:

My observation on the Pluto fuss

Reblogueado desde Sci-Universe
anxietywannamarryme:

mindfuckmath:

DO THE SAME EFFECTS APPLY TO WARM BEER?   

Wtf xD

anxietywannamarryme:

mindfuckmath:

DO THE SAME EFFECTS APPLY TO WARM BEER?   

Wtf xD

Reblogueado desde > Klangtherapie
Reblogueado desde Enjoy science.
lordtableshark:

mermaidskey:

This gets on my nerves so much you have no idea.

THIS

lordtableshark:

mermaidskey:

This gets on my nerves so much you have no idea.

THIS

Reblogueado desde Adventures in Chemistry
sincerelydeerly:

a collage dedicated to my favorite lego spaceman

sincerelydeerly:

a collage dedicated to my favorite lego spaceman

Reblogueado desde Well well well
classicallyforbiddenregions:

mememaster:

are you kidding me

Unfortunately (trust me I really hate this fucking program) it’s right in this scenario.  g=9.8 m/s^2 the gravity found on Earth and G=6.67e-11 m^3 kg^-1 s^-2 which is the gravitational constant used for equations not Earth-surface specific (i.e shit to do with astronomical bodies and how gravity affects them)

classicallyforbiddenregions:

mememaster:

are you kidding me

Unfortunately (trust me I really hate this fucking program) it’s right in this scenario.  g=9.8 m/s^2 the gravity found on Earth and G=6.67e-11 m^3 kg^-1 s^-2 which is the gravitational constant used for equations not Earth-surface specific (i.e shit to do with astronomical bodies and how gravity affects them)

Reblogueado desde On the Road
asapscience:

brainsx:

playin scrabble with a chemist like

damn

asapscience:

brainsx:

playin scrabble with a chemist like

damn

Reblogueado desde > Klangtherapie

numenor42 ha dicho: In your opinion was maths discovered or invented

christinetheastrophysicist:

I say both: the processes and concepts of mathematics were discovered, but the language that we use to express it was invented.

The structure of mathematics is visible in everything, like the spirals of galaxies down to the complex patterns of molecules. It has always been there, but it just takes time for someone to figure out how to identify it. 

And once someone does figure it out, how do they express it to others? By defining symbols for the operations and assigning any reoccurring numbers to a simple letter for reuse later. Soon enough, you’ll have a mathematical language.

This is one of those debates that has been going on for a while and everyone has different opinions. As stated in this Quantum Diaries blog post:

The difference between terrestrial and extra-terrestrial mathematics would tell us the extent to which mathematics is discovered or invented.

I think that is a good way to resolve the debate.

Reblogueado desde Hard Dough Bread & Sofrito