amaracheek:

coolandrandomgirl98:


It’s a visual representation of entering a fandom.

This is the most accurate thing I’ve ever seen


Science

amaracheek:

coolandrandomgirl98:

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It’s a visual representation of entering a fandom.

This is the most accurate thing I’ve ever seen

Science

#science  

corianwornen:

roxysfortofcubes:

corianwornen:

loganmcowen:

tsuthetiger:

blacksapphiredragon:

kingsxoqueens:

The opposite of albinism called melanism, a recessive trait where the skin and fur are all black.

*screams wildly into the night at melanistic babies*

#science   #natural  
inabsenceofthought:

the-real-goddamazon:

spacepetals:

fencehopping:

Melting aluminum with an electromagnet.

hakushokuwaisei can you explain what is going on pls?? i durrnt kno whut exactly is happening but it kinda looks like maybe there’s a dc voltage source tht i can’t see which is creating a lot of heat dissipation which is in turn heatin up the aluminum???

Aweigh the science tumblr team, aweigh.

Okay, so this is an induction coil, really.
As is known and taught in most classrooms, when an electrical current is passed through a wire, it makes a magnetic field that runs perpendicular to the direction of the current. Simple, right? It is how electromagnets work. You can make them with a coil of wire and a battery, connected at either end of the coil. The more coils, the stronger the field created.
But, this also works when you increase the amount of electricity passing through the circuit. You see how the wires of this are so thick? Well, if you know Ohm’s law, you’ll know that the thicker the wire, the less electric resistance(measured in ohms, it also depends on the material of the wire) it has. This wire is pretty damned thick, nothing like ones you’ll see in your wall(or your mouse wire, laptop’s powersupply, etc.) Partially because copper conducts a lot of electricity very well and you don’t need that capacity. Odds are this coil has about 100Amps in it at a pretty high Hertz.(the rate that the electricity oscillates back and forth. Which means it is more likely AC power, or the metal would just spin more than heat up, though it still may be DC)
The oscillation of electricity works a lot like it does in your microwave( video I’ve started it at the time of the info I’m referencing, but watch it all, if you like). The oscillating magnetic field causes the metal in it(and it works on metals, it would not work on, say, your steak or whatever. Though, if it was insanely strong, it could warm the iron in your blood a bit, I suppose. I’ve never had it happen. okay, getting off track) This heats up the metal as a whole. You can see it glow as it gets hot. It stays in the coil because aluminum(and I’m assuming that is what this is, given the original poster) is paramagnetic. In a strong enough field it is susceptible to magnetic fields noticeably. If you want to see some cool stuff, look up “eddy tubes”, they’re pretty neat.
Eventually though, it gets hot enough it melts, at which point the magnetic field is not enough to keep it floating and it falls to the ground in a molten heap. Can’t be too hot though, if it is aluminum, though the cherry colour makes me think it is, since melted aluminum has fairly low cohesion, which means it doesn’t stick to itself very well as much as it would stick to many other things, and it stays together very clearly, not like it falls and splatters.

inabsenceofthought:

the-real-goddamazon:

spacepetals:

fencehopping:

Melting aluminum with an electromagnet.

hakushokuwaisei can you explain what is going on pls?? i durrnt kno whut exactly is happening but it kinda looks like maybe there’s a dc voltage source tht i can’t see which is creating a lot of heat dissipation which is in turn heatin up the aluminum???

Aweigh the science tumblr team, aweigh.

Okay, so this is an induction coil, really.

As is known and taught in most classrooms, when an electrical current is passed through a wire, it makes a magnetic field that runs perpendicular to the direction of the current. Simple, right? It is how electromagnets work. You can make them with a coil of wire and a battery, connected at either end of the coil. The more coils, the stronger the field created.

But, this also works when you increase the amount of electricity passing through the circuit. You see how the wires of this are so thick? Well, if you know Ohm’s law, you’ll know that the thicker the wire, the less electric resistance(measured in ohms, it also depends on the material of the wire) it has. This wire is pretty damned thick, nothing like ones you’ll see in your wall(or your mouse wire, laptop’s powersupply, etc.) Partially because copper conducts a lot of electricity very well and you don’t need that capacity. Odds are this coil has about 100Amps in it at a pretty high Hertz.(the rate that the electricity oscillates back and forth. Which means it is more likely AC power, or the metal would just spin more than heat up, though it still may be DC)

The oscillation of electricity works a lot like it does in your microwave( video I’ve started it at the time of the info I’m referencing, but watch it all, if you like). The oscillating magnetic field causes the metal in it(and it works on metals, it would not work on, say, your steak or whatever. Though, if it was insanely strong, it could warm the iron in your blood a bit, I suppose. I’ve never had it happen. okay, getting off track) This heats up the metal as a whole. You can see it glow as it gets hot. It stays in the coil because aluminum(and I’m assuming that is what this is, given the original poster) is paramagnetic. In a strong enough field it is susceptible to magnetic fields noticeably. If you want to see some cool stuff, look up “eddy tubes”, they’re pretty neat.

Eventually though, it gets hot enough it melts, at which point the magnetic field is not enough to keep it floating and it falls to the ground in a molten heap. Can’t be too hot though, if it is aluminum, though the cherry colour makes me think it is, since melted aluminum has fairly low cohesion, which means it doesn’t stick to itself very well as much as it would stick to many other things, and it stays together very clearly, not like it falls and splatters.

#science  

dontneedfeminism:

abbiegoth:

choosechoice:

SCIENCE

FUCKING THANK YOU

Well that answers a question I’ve had for a while now.

#science  
pajamasecrets:

iamrickyhoover:

poocomesfromfood:

moist-fondling:




me-rcury:

pinsir:

airlock:

ludicrouscupcake:

baconshouldgrowontrees:

You are fucking kidding me

aww its a cute gif of a shark trying to bite but his mouth’s too smAHHHHWHAT THE FUCK IS THAT SHIT OH MY GOD STOP NO STOP STOP STOP

if anybody is interested in being even more scared: these motherfuckers have been found in most oceans around the world and have existed for over 30 million years


The deep ocean is as close to hell as it gets man, this things a fucking nightmare




i’m pretty sure this is a goblin shark and there are far more scarier fish in the ocean and in fresh water rivers and streams.
for example:tiger fish
vampire fish
basking shark
snakehead fish
and who can forget old mateANGLER FISH

even better, the Sarcastic Fringehead  (yes Legit name) (also Known as ‘predator fish’)


Terrifying

my inner aquarium volunteer is screaming (SARCASTIC FRINGEHEADS OGHGHGHHFKgjdfhgJDGH) okay here we go
awww look it’s vampyroteuthis infernalis what a cutie

wait what—

whAT

hi missus footballfish how was your day?? 

Oh wait shit I forgot ur dead and preserved in formaldehyde that was rude of me sorry u look lovely mrs footballfish
hello i interrupt this scary marine animal showcase to present mr. california sheephead

he was born a girl like all his sisters. but since he had the biggest jaw size of the group

he changed into a dude fish who takes care of his sisters isn’t that so sweet

look at his lumpy ass head tho.

now back to your regularly scheduled scary-ass fish. oh look it’s cookie cutter shark

what big teeth you have—

oh fuck it lights up that’s it i’m out

pajamasecrets:

iamrickyhoover:

poocomesfromfood:

moist-fondling:

me-rcury:

pinsir:

airlock:

ludicrouscupcake:

baconshouldgrowontrees:

You are fucking kidding me

aww its a cute gif of a shark trying to bite but his mouth’s too smAHHHHWHAT THE FUCK IS THAT SHIT OH MY GOD STOP NO STOP STOP STOP

if anybody is interested in being even more scared: these motherfuckers have been found in most oceans around the world and have existed for over 30 million years

The deep ocean is as close to hell as it gets man, this things a fucking nightmare

i’m pretty sure this is a goblin shark and there are far more scarier fish in the ocean and in fresh water rivers and streams.

for example:

tiger fish

vampire fish

basking shark


snakehead fish


and who can forget old mate

ANGLER FISH


even better, the Sarcastic Fringehead  (yes Legit name) (also Known as ‘predator fish’)

Terrifying

my inner aquarium volunteer is screaming (SARCASTIC FRINGEHEADS OGHGHGHHFKgjdfhgJDGH) okay here we go

awww look it’s vampyroteuthis infernalis what a cutie

wait what—

whAT

hi missus footballfish how was your day??

Oh wait shit I forgot ur dead and preserved in formaldehyde that was rude of me sorry u look lovely mrs footballfish

hello i interrupt this scary marine animal showcase to present mr. california sheephead

he was born a girl like all his sisters. but since he had the biggest jaw size of the group

he changed into a dude fish who takes care of his sisters isn’t that so sweet

look at his lumpy ass head tho.

now back to your regularly scheduled scary-ass fish. oh look it’s cookie cutter shark

what big teeth you have—

oh fuck it lights up that’s it i’m out

#science   #natural  

shuckl:

as a land mammal i’d like to say that i’m very disappointed we aren’t invited to these cool underwater discos

#science   #natural  
jnte:

sosodeb:

gifak-net:

Excavator has made ​​of wood and syringe [video]

Future engineer

Not electricity! but Air and Pressure. genius!


S

jnte:

sosodeb:

gifak-net:

Excavator has made ​​of wood and syringe [video]

Future engineer

Not electricity! but Air and Pressure. genius!

S

fuckyeahcrystals:

The Cave of Crystals near Chihuahua, Mexico. 

Those giant crystals of gypsum (CaSO4) probably grew to their massive size really slowly in a bath of hot water and dissolved minerals. Now that the water has been pumped out by industrial miners, scientists are free to explore…with the help of some ice-cooled orange jumpsuits: The caves average a termperature of 118 F, and 90 % humidity. 

Fun with chemistry

#science  
fartgallery:

ACTIVATING DEATH RAY

fartgallery:

ACTIVATING DEATH RAY

#science   #natural  
asktheteamofscientists:


shityo:

morefunthanbeingsad:

physicsphysics:

An interesting model of our solar system’s path as it travels through space in the Milky Way.
Certainly a departure from usual models that show the Sun as a static object, which it certainly isn’t

I had no idea this was happening. Where are we going?

To fuck some shit up

nyoom

asktheteamofscientists:

shityo:

morefunthanbeingsad:

physicsphysics:

An interesting model of our solar system’s path as it travels through space in the Milky Way.

Certainly a departure from usual models that show the Sun as a static object, which it certainly isn’t

I had no idea this was happening. Where are we going?

To fuck some shit up

nyoom

#science  

the-fandoms-are-cool:

zafojones:

Petrified wood fossil with opal formed in the growth rings.

it looks like something out of a Tolkien novel

#science   #natural  
brenthiranaka:

ha-lc-yon:


The Lions Mane Jellyfish is the largest jellyfish in the world. They have been swimming in arctic waters since before dinosaurs (over 650 million years ago) and are among some of the oldest surviving species in the world.

Holy shit

damn wtf

brenthiranaka:

ha-lc-yon:

The Lions Mane Jellyfish is the largest jellyfish in the world. They have been swimming in arctic waters since before dinosaurs (over 650 million years ago) and are among some of the oldest surviving species in the world.

Holy shit

damn wtf

#science   #natural  

battlesuit:

buttpilgrim:

leanmeanrecoverymachine:

6 Fruits You Should Try

  • Dragon Fruit
This fruit is an excellent supplement for the liver as well as contains vital minerals that assist in weight-loss and balancing body weight without compromising health. For people suffering from diabetes, a dry or fresh dragon fruit guarantees blood glucose control. 
  • Star Fruit
This fruit is an excellent source of ascorbic acid, which is important to the fitness of your body, as it assists in maintaining bones, teeth, mucus membranes, skin and improves the immune system. It also contains beta-carotene, which can be converted into vitamin A in your body for good vision and appetite.
  • Kiwano
This fruit is very rich in vitamin c and fibre. These help the red bloods cells, skin, muscles, nerves and heart. Vitamin E works in the body by helping to neutralize the damage from free radicals which can cause cancer and cardiovascular disease.
  • Mangosteen
This fruit has a very high concentration of xanthones that is one of the most powerful anti-oxidents in the world. The fruit also boosts the body’s immune systems and helps increase energy levels.
  • Sugar Apple

This fruit helps regulate the menstrual cycle, and contains a large amount of rosemary oil which can help fight off depression. This fruit also contains cineole which aids the body’s nervous system, helps in blood circulation, and improves concentration. This fruit as well aids in reducing the severity of asthma. 

  • Goji Berry
Goji berries are called the world’s most nutritional powerful anti-aging food. Goji berries are the highest rated antioxidant and have more vitamin C than oranges, more beta-carotene than carrots, more protein than whole wheat and more iron than steak.

I have tried all of these except Goji berries!

#science   #natural  
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