Michael Fassbender is my man crush and I have no shame.
I may actually see Prometheus regardless of me being an outrageous pussy.
LOVE THIS QUOTE SINCE THE DAWN OF TIME
(Source: howfarfromtherabbithole, via talesofmarko)
An excellent demonstration from Barton-Wright’s classic Pearson’s Magazine article, “Self Defence with a Walking Stick”, 1900 (Bartitsu.org).
Bartitsu, the martial art of the gentleman.
If you don’t remember driving up this wall in a ghost, you missed out.
You know what? I can’t wait until we get to Mars.
Even if it is 25 years from now and I have to build the rocket from scratch, I want the same feeling that the Baby Boomers had when these pictures from the surface of the moon came back.
I want to see solar panels, landing feet, and thrusters. I want to see company Logos and that familiar gold foil. I want that blunt realization to hit me like a baseball bat to the head:
These are human beings. From the same primordial ooze as me. They have traveled through the solar system and landed on the Red Planet… And somebody has probably already made a fart joke.
After seeing Apollo 13, every astronaut starts to look a bit like Tom Hanks.
When your links don’t open to pictures correctly but you’re too damn lazy to fix it tonight.
Davinci’s plans for a flying machine to allow man to reach new heights.
A Soviet Space Station from the Cold War.
An American Shuttle from the Cold War.
After decades of bitter fighting and threat of the nuclear destruction of mankind.
Two completely opposing entities joined under a single goal: Allow man to reach new heights.
i love math bye
Showing how dSin(x)/dx = Cos(x)
mfw I just realized that in 5 months I’ll be in Ottawa learning
how to become a rocketman a shit tonne of math.
I after doing a physics assignment but before taking out the trash, I’ve decided to write a little rant about something that has interested me lately: the trends that social media makes popular with people.
Bringing two spacecraft together at thousands of metres per second speeds so that you can dock them using a 1 metre wide module and get the astronauts the spare parts and water that they need.
Hell yeah, it’s rocket science.