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Yay! 21!

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This is correct, right?

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fuckyeahgirlswithtattoos:

my left legs pretty finished for now :3

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herointhemovie:

Fringe Theme Song Complete (Adrian ascencio tarafından)

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starbuck125:

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astronomer-in-progress:

1 million Earths

Have you ever tried to visualize how many Earth’s would fit in the Sun? The Sun’s diameter is roughly 100 times larger than the Earth’s so, in volume, that means around 100x100x100 (1 million) Earth’s fit within the Sun. 1 million is a large number and can be tricky to imagine. The Universe Awareness Project in Germany have created this ball of Earth’s to show exactly that. Each small blue ball represents the Earth. The plastic sphere represents the Sun. 

Image credit: UNAWE DE/Stuart

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Notes: 84 | Posted On: Thu Sep 13th, 2012 | Reblog

sciencechicks:

Lucia Galeazzi Galvani (1743-1788) was the wife of famous physician Luigi Galvani. Her husband established a laboratory in their house for the studies of the reflexes of the animal anatomy. He discovered that the muscles of dead frogs legs twitched when struck by a spark. This was one of the first forays into the study of bioelectricity, a field that still today studies the electrical patterns and signals of the nervous system.

Lucia was active as the assistant in his experiments and she was the medical assistant in his work as a surgeon and obstetrician. She additionally edited her husband’s medical texts. She died of asthma in 1788.

Its interesting to note that Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein was partly inspired by Galvani’s experiments.

Astrid’s job, I say, is the coolest. I want it.

Tagged: FringeScience
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mothernaturenetwork:

Mathematician claims proof of unsolved theory
Mathematicians call ABC Conjecture the ‘most important unsolved problem in number theory.’

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Suppose I’m getting ready for date night! Woohoo! (Taken with Instagram)

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That’s way cute!

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