make a party
no?
make a party
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"it’s a bit techy" - @javiercitomaldito  (at Your Mom’s House)
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Big bearing from the Blanchard grinder.  (at bulldog machine inc)
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Learning how to get rad at #Northstar with @thejonpalmer and @097romeo. Round 4 of the #californiaenduroseries tomorrow!  (at Northstar Ski & Resort)
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asapscience:

ohscience:

I’m an artist with a molecular biology degree from the University of Washington, and I’ve been working on making science infographics for several months now. 
This week I made an animated identification chart of North American butterflies. You can check out the full sized GIF here or pick up a poster for your room here :)

This rules! 
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wnycradiolab:

365 Petri Dishes by Klari Reis
(via Dark Silence in Suburbia)
wnycradiolab:

365 Petri Dishes by Klari Reis
(via Dark Silence in Suburbia)
wnycradiolab:

365 Petri Dishes by Klari Reis
(via Dark Silence in Suburbia)
wnycradiolab:

365 Petri Dishes by Klari Reis
(via Dark Silence in Suburbia)
wnycradiolab:

365 Petri Dishes by Klari Reis
(via Dark Silence in Suburbia)
wnycradiolab:

365 Petri Dishes by Klari Reis
(via Dark Silence in Suburbia)
wnycradiolab:

365 Petri Dishes by Klari Reis
(via Dark Silence in Suburbia)
wnycradiolab:

365 Petri Dishes by Klari Reis
(via Dark Silence in Suburbia)
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wnycradiolab:

Kapil Bhagat’s portraits.
wnycradiolab:

Kapil Bhagat’s portraits.
wnycradiolab:

Kapil Bhagat’s portraits.
wnycradiolab:

Kapil Bhagat’s portraits.
wnycradiolab:

Kapil Bhagat’s portraits.
wnycradiolab:

Kapil Bhagat’s portraits.
wnycradiolab:

Kapil Bhagat’s portraits.
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kqedscience:

Giant stinky Corpse Flower, blossoming
“The Huntington, a wonderful destination here in Los Angeles, has posted GIFs of the rare Corpse Flower blossoming. If you’re in Southern California, you gotta see it in person. The plant’s latin name, Amorphophallus titanum comes from Ancient Greek amorphos, “without form, misshapen” + phallos, “phallus”, and titan, “giant.”
(via BoingBoing)
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kqedscience:

Giant stinky Corpse Flower, blossoming
“The Huntington, a wonderful destination here in Los Angeles, has posted GIFs of the rare Corpse Flower blossoming. If you’re in Southern California, you gotta see it in person. The plant’s latin name, Amorphophallus titanum comes from Ancient Greek amorphos, “without form, misshapen” + phallos, “phallus”, and titan, “giant.”
(via BoingBoing)