askerenjaegerisfuckingawesome:

awkward-alex-apocalypse:

ghostoilet:

cassieisclose:

I just found this gem on facebook and it is glorious

This is the best thing I’ve ever read

This is a beautiful thing XD

askerenjaegerisfuckingawesome:

awkward-alex-apocalypse:

ghostoilet:

cassieisclose:

I just found this gem on facebook and it is glorious

This is the best thing I’ve ever read

This is a beautiful thing XD

(via vivemarco)

woodendreams:

Iceland (by Coolbiere. A.)

woodendreams:

Iceland (by Coolbiere. A.)

nybg:

Grass-type starter every time. This isn’t up for debate. Even if you wanna be the very best (like no one ever was) from the comfort of your kitchen window sill. —MN

nybg:

Grass-type starter every time. This isn’t up for debate. Even if you wanna be the very best (like no one ever was) from the comfort of your kitchen window sill. —MN

fuckyeahfluiddynamics:

Type 1a supernovae occur in binary star systems where a dense white dwarf star accretes matter from its companion star. As the dwarf star gains mass, it approaches the limit where electron degeneracy pressure can no longer oppose the gravitational force of its mass. Carbon fusion in the white dwarf ignites a flame front, creating isolated bubbles of burning fluid inside the star. As these bubbles burn, they rise due to buoyancy and are sheared and deformed by the neighboring matter. The animation above is a visualization of temperature from a simulation of one of these burning buoyant bubbles. After the initial ignition, instabilities form rapidly on the expanding flame front and it quickly becomes turbulent. (Image credit: A. Aspden and J. Bell; GIF credit: fruitsoftheweb, source video; via freshphotons)

fuckyeahfluiddynamics:

Type 1a supernovae occur in binary star systems where a dense white dwarf star accretes matter from its companion star. As the dwarf star gains mass, it approaches the limit where electron degeneracy pressure can no longer oppose the gravitational force of its mass. Carbon fusion in the white dwarf ignites a flame front, creating isolated bubbles of burning fluid inside the star. As these bubbles burn, they rise due to buoyancy and are sheared and deformed by the neighboring matter. The animation above is a visualization of temperature from a simulation of one of these burning buoyant bubbles. After the initial ignition, instabilities form rapidly on the expanding flame front and it quickly becomes turbulent. (Image credit: A. Aspden and J. Bell; GIF credit: fruitsoftheweb, source video; via freshphotons)

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iguanabones:

attack on shitty puns

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outofreception:

An Oak tree in Big Sur

outofreception:

An Oak tree in Big Sur

(via treeporn)

"Spend an hour watching the clouds roll overhead and no two of them will be the same. The complexity and dynamic motion of turbulence make these flows fascinating, even mesmerizing, to watch. Humans are a pattern-seeking species. We like to seek order in apparent chaos, and this, perhaps, is what makes turbulence such a captivating subject for scientists and artists alike."

Nicole Sharp, “The Beautiful Unpredictability of Coffee, Clouds, and Fire”

Something a little different today. I have a guest post over at Nautilus about looking for patterns in turbulence. Go check it out!

(via fuckyeahfluiddynamics)

fastcompany:

Pistil-Whipped: This Video Makes Flowers Look Like The Most Magical Organisms On Earth

fastcompany:

Pistil-Whipped: This Video Makes Flowers Look Like The Most Magical Organisms On Earth

woodendreams:

(by Chao Kusollerschariya)

woodendreams:

(by Chao Kusollerschariya)

(Source: aessestudio)