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geekynerfherder:

Art by Boris Vallejo

geekynerfherder:

Art by Boris Vallejo

syfycity:

Neo Hong Kong [By David Chung]http://syfycity.tumblr.com

syfycity:

Neo Hong Kong [By David Chung]
http://syfycity.tumblr.com

plasmatics-life:

Skiesberg | (by Yudi Saksono)

plasmatics-life:

Skiesberg | (by Yudi Saksono)

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sixpenceee:

The Tesseract is a fourth dimensional cube. As you may know, the 1st dimension is a line, the 2nd dimension adds width to the line (square) , and the 3rd dimension adds depth (cube). The 4th dimension is impossible for us to imagine because we live in a 3D world, but mathematically it exists.  In his theory of special relativity, Einstein called the fourth dimension time, but noted that time is inseparable from space.
Imagine how confusing a drawing of a cube would look like to someone who lives in a 2D world and has never experienced a 3D world. To them it would be overlapping squares. That’s exactly how we perceive the 4th dimension. We don’t understand how it looks but we can represent it on a 3D world. 
If anyone is interested here are some cool articles on this topic. (Can our brains perceive the 4th dimension?) (The 4th Dimension) 

sixpenceee:

The Tesseract is a fourth dimensional cube. As you may know, the 1st dimension is a line, the 2nd dimension adds width to the line (square) , and the 3rd dimension adds depth (cube). The 4th dimension is impossible for us to imagine because we live in a 3D world, but mathematically it exists.  In his theory of special relativity, Einstein called the fourth dimension time, but noted that time is inseparable from space.

Imagine how confusing a drawing of a cube would look like to someone who lives in a 2D world and has never experienced a 3D world. To them it would be overlapping squares. That’s exactly how we perceive the 4th dimension. We don’t understand how it looks but we can represent it on a 3D world. 

If anyone is interested here are some cool articles on this topic. (Can our brains perceive the 4th dimension?) (The 4th Dimension) 

(via alisondeluca)

mygreenlightsabers:

IN A GALAXY FAR FAR AWAY - A Star Wars Challenge
↳ Day 2 - Favorite Movie of the Original Trilogy

(via darth-sebious)

werunanc:

How do you lifts compare ?

werunanc:

How do you lifts compare ?

(Army of One/Joshua Tree — 1993)

Sometimes one man is all it takes.

(Source: tehbigswede)

10bullets:

IMG_0436.jpg (by Mark Dumont)

10bullets:

IMG_0436.jpg (by Mark Dumont)

compoundchem:

Chemistry meets astronomy in today’s post, with a graphical guide to the atmospheres of our Solar System.Read more about them here (there’s also a link to download the graphic, or to purchase it as a large poster): http://wp.me/p4aPLT-nV

compoundchem:

Chemistry meets astronomy in today’s post, with a graphical guide to the atmospheres of our Solar System.

Read more about them here (there’s also a link to download the graphic, or to purchase it as a large poster): http://wp.me/p4aPLT-nV

(via astrodidact)

spaceplasma:

The Large Hadron Collider (LHC) is the world’s largest and most powerful particle collider, built by the European Organization for Nuclear Research (CERN). The LHC is designed to answer some of the most profound questions about the universe: What is the origin of mass? Why are we made of matter and not antimatter? What is dark matter made of? It could also provide important new clues about conditions in the very early universe, when the four forces of nature were rolled into one giant superforce.

  • For more information click: here

Credit: Michael Hirst

(Source: youtu.be, via quantumaniac)

robertkazinsky:

It must’ve broken down long ago… Probably a gardener robot. It protected this place even after the people went away.

(via neverknwsbest)