generic-art:

 The Clash - Should I Stay or Should I Go

(Source: currentrotation)

@16 hours ago with 2124 note and 5454 play

Cuno Amiet, 1908

Cuno Amiet, 1908

(Source: jesuisperdu, via aubreylstallard)

@2 days ago with 189 notes
nevver:

Science!
@4 days ago with 5285 notes

(via 1977th)

@6 days ago with 14899 notes

(Source: medinacity, via 1977th)

@1 week ago with 4385 notes
chaambler:

ROY LICHTENSTEIN Seascape (I), from New York Ten, 1964

chaambler:

ROY LICHTENSTEIN
Seascape (I), from New York Ten, 1964

(Source: charlieambler, via korut)

@1 week ago with 13253 notes
@1 week ago with 6470 notes
sixpenceee:

Scientists at Argonne National Laboratory have discovered a way to use sound waves to levitate individual droplets of solutions (Video)

sixpenceee:

Scientists at Argonne National Laboratory have discovered a way to use sound waves to levitate individual droplets of solutions (Video)

(via asianju)

@1 week ago with 14085 notes

nevver:

Barely above water in Hong Kong, Andreas Müller-Pohle

(Source: muellerpohle.net)

@2 days ago with 3129 notes

Alicia Galer, The Cacti House 

Alicia Galer, The Cacti House 

(Source: fyeahwomenartists, via aubreylstallard)

@2 days ago with 457 notes
mathani:

This gif has one thousand frames but it’s only 50 kB in size.

mathani:

This gif has one thousand frames but it’s only 50 kB in size.

(via huhwaitwhowhat)

@5 days ago with 3055 notes
themaninthegreenshirt:

William S. Burroughs, Allen Ginsberg and Leonardo DiCaprio

themaninthegreenshirt:

William S. Burroughs, Allen Ginsberg and Leonardo DiCaprio

(via wilde-paradise)

@1 week ago with 974 notes

rhamphotheca:

Four Decades of Sea Ice From Space:  A Decline

by Maria-José Viñas,
NASA’s Earth Science News Team

By the end of last century, scientists had painstakingly developed and tested the remote sensing techniques that allowed them to monitor sea ice from space.

In the 1980s, the scientific community started becoming more interested in watching for signs of climate change in various Earth systems — but through that decade, sea ice showed very little in the way of clear-cut trends. The drastic changes of the past 15 years weren’t even imagined back then.

“It was like watching paint dry,” said Jay Zwally, a senior scientist at NASA’s Goddard Space Flight Center in Greenbelt, Md., one of a handful of scientists who began in the early 1970s intensively working with satellite imagery to study sea ice.

Still, the new data allowed researchers to start analyzing the long-term behavior of the Arctic Ocean’s icy cap…

(read more and see video: Climate.NASA.gov)

images: NASA’s Goddard Space Flight Center

(via fuckyeah-stars)

@1 week ago with 302 notes
mentaltimetraveller:

Max Bill, zwei umschlossene quadrate, 1971

mentaltimetraveller:

Max Bill, zwei umschlossene quadrate, 1971

@1 week ago with 55 notes
mentaltimetraveller:

Jo Baer, H. Arcuata, 1971

mentaltimetraveller:

Jo Baer, H. Arcuata, 1971

@1 week ago with 22 notes