godlessgeekblog:

Here’s what REALLY happened.

Yes, I do have to post this every year. EVERY YEAR.

See.

metalblade:

Exclusive live photos of Behemoth from the Metal Alliance tour!

3 days…

samspratt:

"5 hour 30 Minute Portrait Study" - Time-lapse by Sam Spratt

Got a bunch of requests to throw the HD version of my time-lapse painting from my instagram up on youtube so here you go. 

zerostatereflex:

Microorganisms: “Microscopic Life: The World of the Invisible” 1958 Encyclopaedia Britannica Films

All this beautiful life we never see,

spacettf:

M42 Orion Nebula - DSLR colour and CCD luminosity. by Mick Hyde on Flickr.

Sometimes I Draw Things

Just don’t ask me what it is, cause I don’t know either.

mucholderthen:

Electron Microscope Images
from the 2011 Embryology Summer Course
at the Marine Biological Laboratory in Woods Hole, Massachusetts

Every year, some of the coolest images taken during the course compete to be on the cover of an issue of the scientific journal Development

The winner was: [1] The ventral surface of a skate (genus Raja) treated with alcian blue (which stains cartilage) and alizarin red (which stains bone). The squiggly lines surrounding the face are ampullary canals, which act as an electro-sensory system.  Taken by David Gold, Lynn Kee and Meghan Morrissey and chosen by readers of the Node 
SOURCE:  Cover Photo — June 15, 2012

[2] Veiled Chameleon (Chamaeleo calyptratus)
[3] Mouse (Mus musculus)
[4] Corn Snake (Pantherophis guttatus) SOURCE: MBL Cover Contest

Cosmos:  A Spacetime Odyssey [one gifset per episode]

“To make this journey, we’ll need imagination, but imagination alone is not enough, because the reality of nature is far more wondrous than anything we can imagine.”

universalequalityisinevitable:

Atheism 101 with Dr. House.

popstronomy:

Cosmos: A Spacetime Odyssey - Part 5