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Personal blog featuring visual art, music, poetry, and science (mostly biology). Read the About page linked below.

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Clavelina moluccensis, the bluebell tunicate

Clavelina moluccensis, the bluebell tunicate

falabaloo:

Cosmos: A Space Time Odyssey (2014)

Hey followers!  I decided to make a separate blog for all my science fiction stuff.  Please follow!!!

hazelcills:

Human Behavior by Björk

"There’s definitely, definitely, definitely no logic to human behavior"

Lepidopterans feed on the blood and tears of their enemies.

Lepidopterans feed on the blood and tears of their enemies.

Carl Sagan guided the maiden voyage of Cosmos a generation ago. He was the most successful science communicator of the 20th century, but he was first and foremost a scientist. Carl contributed enormously to our knowledge of the planets. He correctly predicted the existence of methane lakes on Saturn’s giant moon Titan. He showed that the atmosphere of the early Earth must have contained powerful greenhouse gasses. He was the first to understand that seasonal changes on Mars were due to wind-blown dust. Carl was a pioneer in the search for extraterrestrial life and intelligence. He played a leading role in every major spacecraft mission to explore the solar system during the first 40 years of the space age.

(Source: bouncingdodecahedrons)

Tag(s): #carl sagan

headlikeanorange:

The Rufous Sengi creates an intricate network of trails that enable it to hunt for insect prey and outrun predators very efficiently. (Life - BBC)

sagansense:

depressingfacts:

Neil DeGrasse Tyson on why we should double the budget of NASA and go to Mars. Watch it till the end, NDT says more than one thing which had me applauding him. 

AKA, Neil deGrasse Tyson RAW. This is the type of frustration actual scientists have for the ongoing state of political affairs and involvement (or lack thereof) in science. And the reason why more scientists and science communicators need to be less reserved, more outspoken, and highly visible in the public sphere.

(Source: bbalgangyi)