" Children of the Stars "

5 days ago with 9 notes

Almost 700,000 notes, still counting, still getting messages from angry authors against pirating.

I hate you all



5 days ago with 5,550 notes, via scienceing, from likeaphysicist

curiosamathematica:

Some formulas are plainly beautiful, aren’t they?

(Source: likeaphysicist)



1 week ago with 24 notes, via science-and-things, from laikas-owner

laikas-owner:

I want to see more scientists with Hispanic surnames in the field and in the news. Why aren’t there any mentioned here?

My birth surname is hardcore Hispanic. It’s Mexica, but I’m in the process of changing it to an English name because my birth name is too foreign and I already have enough trouble with being a female in STEM I don’t need my “exoticness” to add to it.

But yes, please more Latin@ scientists on here!!



1 week ago with 30 notes, via halyaxai, from halyaxai

halyaxai:

Dinos at the LA NHM!



1 week ago with 239 notes, via mothmonarch, from amnhnyc
amnhnyc:

National Moth Week continues with the beautiful comet moth. Check our featured moth’s, the Madagascan sunset moth, the Hornet moth, and the Atlas moth. 
Find more moth facts on the blog!

amnhnyc:

National Moth Week continues with the beautiful comet moth. Check our featured moth’s, the Madagascan sunset moth, the Hornet moth, and the Atlas moth

Find more moth facts on the blog!



1 week ago with 1,040 notes, via the-electric-boogaloo, from asapscience
asapscience:


Excellent advice from (arguably) the coolest physicist to have ever lived, Richard Feynman: you don’t have to be a genius to want to study science, you just have to work hard!
Edit: just realized the initial quote reads: “ordinary” rather than “normal” — our apologies for the screw up! 
Photo via Vice, quote via whats-out-there

asapscience:

Excellent advice from (arguably) the coolest physicist to have ever lived, Richard Feynman: you don’t have to be a genius to want to study science, you just have to work hard!

Edit: just realized the initial quote reads: “ordinary” rather than “normal” — our apologies for the screw up! 

Photo via Vice, quote via whats-out-there



2 weeks ago with 7 notes
Trying to identify my newest hand picked specimen from California. Perhaps a day flying moth?

Trying to identify my newest hand picked specimen from California. Perhaps a day flying moth?



2 weeks ago with 23 notes
tuggywuggy: this water can conduct electricity???? government must be putting florine in it!!!!!!!

DID YOU KNOW THAT SALT IS CALLED SODIUM CHLORIDE AND CHLORINE IS SUPER DANGEROUS?!!!! DON’T EAT SALT IT’S A CHEMICAL IT WILL KILL YOU.



2 weeks ago with 32,091 notes, via tuggywuggy, from dabaryah-deactivated20130614
t-hein:

blondeclarinet:

supermattural:

kingdizzy88:

dabaryah:

I tested Walmart’s brand of bottled water and I was shocked to see they sell the most toxic water ever. I tested for Total Dissolved Solids using a TDS meter and the number I got was 271. THAT IS THE MOST TOXIC WATER I HAVE EVER SEEN. Even NYC tap water TDS score is 39. Poland Spring is 42. The water is not even drinkable. I think it’s Criminal to even make profits from selling this water filled with sodium fluoride and who knows what else is in that. 500 ppm (parts per million) is the EPA Maximum but even though the FDA is corrupt their recommended is 000, which is pure. THE ONLY BOTTLED WATER THAT READS 000 IS DUANEreade/Walgreens ‘NICE’ branded water. PLEASE SHARE THIS INFO ALONG.


- anonymous


Damn wally mart… Damn… :/

ok wow i could of told you that shit was toxic without using science 

not freaking great value.

science side of tumblr here!
it could just mean that whatever is in the water is very conductive, or the ions are unbalanced.  A TDS meter actually measures the conductance of the water (source here), so the high reading could just mean that the water is slightly acidic, or slightly basic, or has some chlorine in it (hopefully not, but you get the picture).
Furthermore JUST BECAUSE THERE IS STUFF IN THE WATER DOESN’T MEAN IT’S BAD FOR YOU. Mineral water (both the carbonated European-style stuff and the colourful yuppie stuff) and sports drinks are sold BECAUSE they have stuff dissolved in them.  Try using the TDS meter on Gatorade, and it should go off the charts because Gatorade is marketed as full of electrolytes!
By law, anything consumable sold has to have its content listed (at least in Canada, maybe not in the states), so you should see something on the side like the nutrition information called “mineral content.”
I’m not arguing that Wal-Mart water is good for you, or even good at all, it just pisses me off to see people using devices that give a numerical answer, and passing that number around as proof of anything if they don’t understand what the number represents.

Welcome to tumblr, where everything is exaggerated and the science doesn’t matter

t-hein:

blondeclarinet:

supermattural:

kingdizzy88:

dabaryah:

I tested Walmart’s brand of bottled water and I was shocked to see they sell the most toxic water ever. I tested for Total Dissolved Solids using a TDS meter and the number I got was 271. THAT IS THE MOST TOXIC WATER I HAVE EVER SEEN. Even NYC tap water TDS score is 39. Poland Spring is 42. The water is not even drinkable. I think it’s Criminal to even make profits from selling this water filled with sodium fluoride and who knows what else is in that. 500 ppm (parts per million) is the EPA Maximum but even though the FDA is corrupt their recommended is 000, which is pure.

THE ONLY BOTTLED WATER THAT READS 000 IS DUANEreade/Walgreens ‘NICE’ branded water.


PLEASE SHARE THIS INFO ALONG.

- anonymous

Damn wally mart… Damn… :/

ok wow i could of told you that shit was toxic without using science 

not freaking great value.

science side of tumblr here!

it could just mean that whatever is in the water is very conductive, or the ions are unbalanced.  A TDS meter actually measures the conductance of the water (source here), so the high reading could just mean that the water is slightly acidic, or slightly basic, or has some chlorine in it (hopefully not, but you get the picture).

Furthermore JUST BECAUSE THERE IS STUFF IN THE WATER DOESN’T MEAN IT’S BAD FOR YOU. Mineral water (both the carbonated European-style stuff and the colourful yuppie stuff) and sports drinks are sold BECAUSE they have stuff dissolved in them.  Try using the TDS meter on Gatorade, and it should go off the charts because Gatorade is marketed as full of electrolytes!

By law, anything consumable sold has to have its content listed (at least in Canada, maybe not in the states), so you should see something on the side like the nutrition information called “mineral content.”

I’m not arguing that Wal-Mart water is good for you, or even good at all, it just pisses me off to see people using devices that give a numerical answer, and passing that number around as proof of anything if they don’t understand what the number represents.

Welcome to tumblr, where everything is exaggerated and the science doesn’t matter



2 weeks ago with 1,441 notes, via tuggywuggy, from mathprofessorquotes
Using the chain rule is like peeling an onion. You have to deal with every layer at a time and if it’s too big you’ll start crying.
Calculus professor (via mathprofessorquotes)