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Doing weird things with Photoshop tonight.

History: it’s all been done before.
If we can have Jupiter, FL. and Neptune, NJ, why not Mars or Saturn as townships and cities?
Crows. I would love to have one as a pet.

Crows. I would love to have one as a pet.

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Q:What would happen if you through a marshmallow Easter candy into the vacuum of space?

A: Not a peep.

See Phil Plait’s description here.


Read or listen to the whole story (from Christopher Joyce).

Image Credits:

  • Top two archive photos courtesy of the Museum of the Rockies
  • Middle two: Jason Thompson for NPR
  • Last two: Maggie Starbard/NPR


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Our earth has many layers to keep our planet at just the right temperature. I like to imagine all the layers giving each other hugs to keep the vacuum of space out. Now with this art print you can see the layers of our earth and atmosphere and better understand how special the earth is! To buy an art print visit my shop

(via LAYERS OF THE EARTH - Rachel Ignotofsky Design)

Adorable. It leaves a warm, molten feeling in my center.

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Ernst Haeckel


Despite the mixed history surrounding his other work, you have to admit, he was amazing a drawing his specimens.

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