The world’s most viewed TED Talk. In GIFs!
Perspective, be willing to look at things in life from another angle and you open yourself to soooo many more possibilities.
Jewel Box Sun!
This is a composite of the sun viewed through different wavelengths.
Science can be quite beautiful,
Taking my Mom and her boyfriend to Griffith Park Observatory today! Can’t wait for science, space & knowledge!!!!
Empathy vs. Sympathy.
We need more empathy in our world!
Learn Stuff! // LINK
reblogging for myself at a later time :]
I know its too late but late is better than never. Enjoy the great age of Science and Astronomy!
>Most Distant Galaxy Is 13bn Light Years Away
>Leonid Meteor Shower in November
>Neptune’s Newly Discovered Moon
>Planck Enters Retirement
>Tilted’ Planetary System Discovered
>Coldest Place in the Universe by ALMA
>Seven-planet Solar System Found
>Mars Rover Curiosity Proves Some Earth Meteorites are Martian
>Jupiter Mission Captures Flyby Portrait
>Russian Meteor Explosion Watched from Space
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If Occupy Wall Street had shown this video on perpetual loop, the entire country ( minus the 1 percent) would have been camped out in Zuccotti Park.
This cannot be reblogged too much. Share, reblog, retweet, repost, do all that shit! Then do it again tomorrow. Repeat.
Video with 2 notes
This pretty much spells it out for the Affordable Care Act… Any doubts? Any questions? Just watch the damn video.
Looking at these image from the original March on Washington in ‘63, as well as those just below from ‘83, what is simultaneously natural and striking is how the people have access to their national grounds.
Looking at the photos from this weekend’s 2013 anniversary in contrast, the visual and physical shift in the civic and expressive relationship to democratic space is shocking to me.
If the middle photo of this last grouping is a powerful representation of how much public assembly and public expression has been bounded, the last photo is even more concerning. Yes, the citizens, their signs advocating for greater rights and expanded freedoms, are penned in. But I’m also thinking about the “I am a man” poster. As a key civil rights phrase originating from the 1968 Memphis Sanitation Strike and an enduring affirmation, the word “still” in this context is to strengthen the original phrase and intent, highlighting the continuity of the ideal. In an ironic twist, however — and one that contradicts decades of struggle for advancement — the phrase can be seen to relate to the bounded condition. As in: I am still a man, although here on this Mall in 2013, I am this confined.
If this doesn’t terrify you, then you just don’t get it AT ALL.
Beginning of the end…
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