Snickerdoodles with Chipperdoodles

Metric - Twilight Galaxy

deonte-s:

thegeekyblonde:

everything that you’ve ever loved on the internet was made by neil cicierega

the phenomenon known as “the neil rule”

noties:

A little drawing of Pakasuchas, of which i found out a little while ago and wanted to draw a little happy one jumping around and chasing things.

noties:

A little drawing of Pakasuchas, of which i found out a little while ago and wanted to draw a little happy one jumping around and chasing things.

Dan Deacon - Paddling Ghost

iguanamouth:

he who fights with monsters should look to it that he himself does not start playing dnd as one - friedrice nicesheep

videocookies:

Mii…?

By Matthew from Brawl in the Family.

emmyc:

twitter allows GIFs now so I’ve been havin some fun

probertson:

2014 Comic Con Gravity Falls poster

probertson:

2014 Comic Con Gravity Falls poster

isisaacdead:

this was too amazing to not share here.
art by Angela Siphaengphet https://twitter.com/Perplexmate

isisaacdead:

this was too amazing to not share here.

art by Angela Siphaengphet https://twitter.com/Perplexmate

jeffliujeffliu:

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jeffliujeffliu:

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DON’T LIMBO DURING THUNDERSTORMS?

DON’T LIMBO DURING THUNDERSTORMS?

thesciencestudio:

Parallel Universes: Many Worlds

Our guest picker this week is Sean M. Carroll! He’s put together a collection on the many worlds formulation of quantum mechanics. Strap in as we take a tour through this fascinating part of fundamental physics. (Parts 2 and 3 coming Wednesday and Friday.)

I have two YouTube videos to recommend. Both are about quantum mechanics and many-worlds, but I also want to promote the larger series of which they each are a part. First up is an offering from Minute Physics, which is a wonderful series of hand-drawn animations by Henry Reich.

See more Minute Physics videos here »

Sean Carroll is a theoretical physicist at Caltech, specializing in cosmology, gravitation, and quantum mechanics. His most recent book is The Particle at the End of the Universe.

It’s easy from a human perspective to imagine parallel worlds existing based on different decisions made, but there’s a fantastic “holy shit” moment when you look at it from a sub atomic level and think of the immediately countless (literally countless) worlds made in an instant.

Random Ramble, Superman Shirts

This is kind of dumb, and I don’t proof read myself to save me from embarrassment. I am posting it too because Idk.

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nubbsgalore:

tree frog and tree python are totes besties. photos by fahmi bhs (previously featured) in jakarta (more precious lil buddies)