pbstv:

Hear the rest of this story about “TIME” and learn how clocks changed the world in the 2-hour season premiere of HOW WE GOT TO NOW with Steven Johnson, Wednesday, October 15th, beginning at 9/8c.
PLUS, you can join us right here on Tumblr while we LIVE-GIF the 2-hour premiere! pbstv:

Hear the rest of this story about “TIME” and learn how clocks changed the world in the 2-hour season premiere of HOW WE GOT TO NOW with Steven Johnson, Wednesday, October 15th, beginning at 9/8c.
PLUS, you can join us right here on Tumblr while we LIVE-GIF the 2-hour premiere! pbstv:

Hear the rest of this story about “TIME” and learn how clocks changed the world in the 2-hour season premiere of HOW WE GOT TO NOW with Steven Johnson, Wednesday, October 15th, beginning at 9/8c.
PLUS, you can join us right here on Tumblr while we LIVE-GIF the 2-hour premiere! pbstv:

Hear the rest of this story about “TIME” and learn how clocks changed the world in the 2-hour season premiere of HOW WE GOT TO NOW with Steven Johnson, Wednesday, October 15th, beginning at 9/8c.
PLUS, you can join us right here on Tumblr while we LIVE-GIF the 2-hour premiere! pbstv:

Hear the rest of this story about “TIME” and learn how clocks changed the world in the 2-hour season premiere of HOW WE GOT TO NOW with Steven Johnson, Wednesday, October 15th, beginning at 9/8c.
PLUS, you can join us right here on Tumblr while we LIVE-GIF the 2-hour premiere!

pbstv:

Hear the rest of this story about “TIME” and learn how clocks changed the world in the 2-hour season premiere of HOW WE GOT TO NOW with Steven Johnson, Wednesday, October 15th, beginning at 9/8c.

PLUS, you can join us right here on Tumblr while we LIVE-GIF the 2-hour premiere!

theneolistickid:

Equal parts artist, designer and scientist, Markus Kayser created a very unique 3D printer. It’s called the Solar Sinter and uses a fresnel lens to focus sunlight onto sand, melting it into glass. The bowl shown is 3D printed glass using the sun and sand.Source: http://www.markuskayser.com/work/solarsinter/Video: http://vimeo.com/25401444 theneolistickid:

Equal parts artist, designer and scientist, Markus Kayser created a very unique 3D printer. It’s called the Solar Sinter and uses a fresnel lens to focus sunlight onto sand, melting it into glass. The bowl shown is 3D printed glass using the sun and sand.Source: http://www.markuskayser.com/work/solarsinter/Video: http://vimeo.com/25401444 theneolistickid:

Equal parts artist, designer and scientist, Markus Kayser created a very unique 3D printer. It’s called the Solar Sinter and uses a fresnel lens to focus sunlight onto sand, melting it into glass. The bowl shown is 3D printed glass using the sun and sand.Source: http://www.markuskayser.com/work/solarsinter/Video: http://vimeo.com/25401444 theneolistickid:

Equal parts artist, designer and scientist, Markus Kayser created a very unique 3D printer. It’s called the Solar Sinter and uses a fresnel lens to focus sunlight onto sand, melting it into glass. The bowl shown is 3D printed glass using the sun and sand.Source: http://www.markuskayser.com/work/solarsinter/Video: http://vimeo.com/25401444 theneolistickid:

Equal parts artist, designer and scientist, Markus Kayser created a very unique 3D printer. It’s called the Solar Sinter and uses a fresnel lens to focus sunlight onto sand, melting it into glass. The bowl shown is 3D printed glass using the sun and sand.Source: http://www.markuskayser.com/work/solarsinter/Video: http://vimeo.com/25401444 theneolistickid:

Equal parts artist, designer and scientist, Markus Kayser created a very unique 3D printer. It’s called the Solar Sinter and uses a fresnel lens to focus sunlight onto sand, melting it into glass. The bowl shown is 3D printed glass using the sun and sand.Source: http://www.markuskayser.com/work/solarsinter/Video: http://vimeo.com/25401444

theneolistickid:

Equal parts artist, designer and scientist, Markus Kayser created a very unique 3D printer. It’s called the Solar Sinter and uses a fresnel lens to focus sunlight onto sand, melting it into glass. 

The bowl shown is 3D printed glass using the sun and sand.

Source: http://www.markuskayser.com/work/solarsinter/
Video: http://vimeo.com/25401444

bobsavage:

marxvx:

when people say that raising the minimum wage will hurt workers because of layoffs or inflation they’re really just admiting that capitalism is structurally unable to provide an adequate standard of living for the working class

Boom.

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nativepeopleproblems:

I’m going to do something on Monday. I’m going to wear my traditional clothes and a sign protesting colonialism and genocide. I invite you all to join me.

sadyuri:

"Yeah but what’s your birth name???" lmao nice try, kira

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“The idea that intelligence is linked to English pronunciation is a legacy from colonial thinking.”
—  Delalorm Semabia, 25, a Ghanaian blogger (x) @yasminabdulqadi (via arnaib)

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carnivaldog:

Jackie Chan you are so fucking adorable I can’t even handle it
carnivaldog:

Jackie Chan you are so fucking adorable I can’t even handle it
carnivaldog:

Jackie Chan you are so fucking adorable I can’t even handle it
carnivaldog:

Jackie Chan you are so fucking adorable I can’t even handle it
carnivaldog:

Jackie Chan you are so fucking adorable I can’t even handle it
carnivaldog:

Jackie Chan you are so fucking adorable I can’t even handle it
carnivaldog:

Jackie Chan you are so fucking adorable I can’t even handle it
carnivaldog:

Jackie Chan you are so fucking adorable I can’t even handle it

carnivaldog:

Jackie Chan you are so fucking adorable I can’t even handle it

(via adipose-breedingplanet)

mitchdahbitch:

kelliechrist:

Some days I hate my stretchmarks, other days I could just sit and take a million pictures of them because they’re so beautiful. Right now, I absolutely LOVE this picture, but I’ll probably regret it ten minutes from now. I’m slowly learning to love every little mark because I know it’s not something I can change about myself. I think that one day I won’t even care at all. One day I will love my stretchmarks all the time and so will you. 

beautiful 

(via adipose-breedingplanet)