They’re REAL that’s why no one says shit. and don’t you think Nicki’s ass is a little played out???? Idk idk whateverrr

They’re REAL that’s why no one says shit. and don’t you think Nicki’s ass is a little played out???? Idk idk whateverrr

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skaodi:

Details from Alberta Ferretti Spring/Summer 2015.
Milan Fashion Week.

skaodi:

Details from Alberta Ferretti Spring/Summer 2015.

Milan Fashion Week.

wgsn:

The @Moschino show saw real life Moschino Barbies’ strut down the catwalk, complete will all the accessories. #MFW #SS15

wgsn:

The @Moschino show saw real life Moschino Barbies’ strut down the catwalk, complete will all the accessories. #MFW #SS15

smashedplantain:

SPHERICAL FLAMES

Astronauts play with fire on board the International Space Station.

When a fire breaks out in space, the basic rule of “stop, drop and roll” that we all learned in school doesn’t apply. That’s because flames in microgravity behave differently than they do on Earth. For one thing, flames in near-zero gravity are circular, not tear-shaped. And even after a flame appears to have gone out it may still be burning. To better understand how these fires burn and how best to extinguish them, astronauts are conducting experiments aboard the International Space Station. One such experiment, called FLEX-2, explores the characteristics of flames using droplets of fuel that are ignited in a test chamber. The steps to perform the experiment are straightforward: place a sample of flammable liquid inside the chamber, ignite the liquid and watch it burn. The research has applications ranging from fire safety to improving the performance of fuel combustion engines.

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The droplet is ignited, producing a bright flash. 

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A flame shaped like a ball forms around the droplet. The white-hot glow is due to the production of soot particles. 

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Astronauts use a video camera to record the flame as the droplet is consumed.

Watch the video to learn more.

Credit: Science@NASA and NASA’s Goddard Space Flight Center

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eatsleepdraw:

Name: Eleanor Lutz
Description: This week I made an animated chart of butterflies! These are all butterflies that you can find throughout North America, and I picked the 42 that I thought were the most colorful and unique. 
You can check out the full sized GIF here or pick up a poster for your room here :)


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eatsleepdraw:

Name: Eleanor Lutz

Description: This week I made an animated chart of butterflies! These are all butterflies that you can find throughout North America, and I picked the 42 that I thought were the most colorful and unique. 

You can check out the full sized GIF here or pick up a poster for your room here :)

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theaatproject:

On today’s date, September 18th, Leon Foucault was born. Well-noted for his demonstration of the Foucault Pendulum, which was conceived as a simple experiment to show the rotation of the Earth, Foucault also devised an early measurement of the speed of light, discovered eddy currents, and is credited with naming the gyroscope.
Happy 195th birthday, Monsieur Foucault!
[wikipedia]

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theaatproject:

On today’s date, September 18th, Leon Foucault was born. Well-noted for his demonstration of the Foucault Pendulum, which was conceived as a simple experiment to show the rotation of the Earth, Foucault also devised an early measurement of the speed of light, discovered eddy currents, and is credited with naming the gyroscope.

Happy 195th birthday, Monsieur Foucault!

[wikipedia]

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