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Has science gone too far?

Has science gone too far?

nprfreshair:

It has been a slow week of reruns, so this happened. 


This is basically for any public radio/TV show. Add in “Older listeners or viewers that don’t actually have a question, but keep you on the line for 20 minutes anyway.”

nprfreshair:

It has been a slow week of reruns, so this happened. 

This is basically for any public radio/TV show.

Add in “Older listeners or viewers that don’t actually have a question, but keep you on the line for 20 minutes anyway.”

Twitter.

emilyvgordon:

Twitter is awesome. It’s given me a lot of fantastic things, put me in touch with people I would have never been able to interact with, and it regularly shows me pictures of kittens.

But here’s the thing I’m just recently coming to grips with: it’s kind of a misery vacuum. Two tiny things…

(Source: nickholmes)

wnycradiolab:

thekidshouldseethis:

Water Balloons Falling (and Bouncing) in Slow Motion.
Rewatch the video.

Well. That’s awesome.

wnycradiolab:

thekidshouldseethis:

Water Balloons Falling (and Bouncing) in Slow Motion.

Rewatch the video.

Well. That’s awesome.

Quality is better than quantity. One home run is better than two doubles.

- Steve Jobs, who was a nerd who did not understand baseball, a sport in which two doubles is almost invariably better than a home run. (via jessethorn)

My brother, Richard, nominated me for the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge. I wanted to do something a little different, so I made an audio recording of the experience.

I now challenge my fellow Everything Sounds host and producer George Drake Jr.

I’ve also decided to make matching contributions to The ALS Association and Charity Water. We’re fortunate to have easy access to clean, safe water to use for the challenge, but not everyone does. Consider supporting Charity Water and their excellent work as well!

http://alsa.org

http://charitywater.org/

ninjasexfarty:

Back when I was in charge of hiring for GameStop, a guy came in, handed me his application, and ‘accidentally’ let a sonic screwdriver fall out of his sleeve. “Now that you know I’m a time lord, I guess you’ll haaaaave to interview me,” he laughed alone, and that’s why I refuse to watch Doctor Who.

99percentinvisible:

What Apple learned from Picasso

Discrimination is alive and well in 2014. #yesalllobsters

Discrimination is alive and well in 2014. #yesalllobsters