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collegehumor:

Where’s My Penis?

Did you try asking an attractive girl to call it?

scipsy:

Wide-field view of the sky around the cluster NGC 6604
hypna:

Kenichi Kanazawa visualizes sound using rainbow-colored sand
Japanese artist Kenichi Kanazawa visualizes sound by manipulating multicolored sand atop a steel tabletop. The study of visible sound is apparently known as cymatics and, in this case, is demonstrated by a rubber mallet that creates vibrations, moving the grains of sand to create beautiful and colorful patterns.
A Must-Watch:

hypna:

Kenichi Kanazawa visualizes sound using rainbow-colored sand

Japanese artist Kenichi Kanazawa visualizes sound by manipulating multicolored sand atop a steel tabletop. The study of visible sound is apparently known as cymatics and, in this case, is demonstrated by a rubber mallet that creates vibrations, moving the grains of sand to create beautiful and colorful patterns.

A Must-Watch:

collegehumor:


Child Sits in Terrifying Toy


Or maybe it’s a monster thinking of a baby. I have no idea what’s going on here.

collegehumor:

Or maybe it’s a monster thinking of a baby. I have no idea what’s going on here.

scientificillustration:

n47_w1150 by BioDivLibrary on Flickr.
collegehumor:


Terrifying Man Wears Koala as Mask


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