The True Noodle

charmancler:

who cares about hashtags when there’s hashbrowns

stop using OCD as an adjective 2k14
getting ready for school in the morning: sits on my bed without a shirt on for 10 minutes thinking about how much I hate school

mashable:

Astronaut Chris Hadfield recently wrote a post for Mashable about what it’s like to orbit the earth.

In just 92 minutes we go all the way around, incredulously gazing on place after place, barely known and only dreamed of. The colors and textures pour underneath, a refilling kaleidoscope of delight. Over the months in space that followed, I took thousands of photos to capture and remember it. My book You Are Here is the best of those photos — my guided tour of our planet, as if we were floating and looking out the spaceship window together. Here are a few.

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anothersaxophonist:

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thefrogman:

There is also a death for the immortal jellyfish. He is very bored.

Artwork by Chris Gugliotti [webcomic | tumblr]

insectaffection:

bluecontinental:

onlylolgifs:

Computer simulations that teach themselves to walk.

generation 80 is my favorite

where u goin gen 80

outofcontextdnd:

DM: You changed alignment again? Make up your mind already!

Player 2: I know, I know, I keep waffling on my decisions. I’m, uh, mostly lawful-neutral. I think.

DM: I’m going to mark you down as waffle-neutral.

screenshotsofdespair:

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spring-of-mathematics:

Geometrical Constructions [part 1] - [part 2] - [part 3]

I think “Geometrical Constructions” is a handy reference about geometry.

In figure 25: Draw a circle that will tangent two lines and go through a given point C on the line F C, which bisects the angle of the lines.Through C draw AB at right angles to C F; bisect the angles D A B and E B A, and the crossing on C F is the center of the required circle.

Or In figure 28: To plot out a circle arc without recourse to its center, but its chord A B and height h being given.
With the chord as radius, and A and B as centers, draw the dotted circle ares A C and B D. Through the point 0 draw the lines A O o and B O o, Make the arcs C o = A o and D o = B o. Divide these arcs into any desired number of equal parts, and number them as shown on the illustration. Join A and B with the divisions, and the crossings of equal numbers are points in the circle arc.

See more at Geometrical Constructions [part 1] - [part 2] - [part 3] Source: Scientific American Reference Book on chestofbooks.com.

thegeekyblonde:

welcome to the FEMINIST CULT, today we’ll talk about terrifying topics such as BEING NICE TO YOURSELF and PROPER SEX EDUCATION