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oatmeal:

Bonus panel here.

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Film still, In the Mood for Love, Wong Kar Wai.

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Film still, In the Mood for Love, Wong Kar Wai.

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thatscienceguy:

Stars are Huge Nuclear Explosions that are so large their own gravity keeps it in place.

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Josh needs someone with imagination, someone to take care of him. Someone to laugh at his jokes, in case he ever makes any. Then suddenly… Oh, my God! l love Josh. I am majorly, totally, butt crazy in love with Josh!

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Metropolis (1927) dir. Fritz Lang

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Top prize winners in a hairstyle contest, Munich, Germany, May 1, 1964.

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Top prize winners in a hairstyle contest, Munich, Germany, May 1, 1964.

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fuckyeahfluiddynamics:

We often think of raindrops as spherical or tear-shaped, but, in reality, a falling droplet’s shape can be much more complicated. Large drops are likely to break up into smaller droplets before reaching the ground. This process is shown in the collage above. The initially spherical drops on the left are exposed to a continuous horizontal jet of air, similar to the situation they would experience if falling at terminal velocity. The drops first flatten into a pancake, then billow into a shape called a bag. The bags consists of a thin liquid sheet with a thicker rim of fluid around the edge. Like a soap bubble, a bag’s surface sheet ruptures quickly, producing a spray of fine droplets as surface tension pulls the damaged sheet apart. The thicker rim survives slightly longer until the Plateau-Rayleigh instability breaks it into droplets as well. (Image credit: V. Kulkarni and P. Sojka)

fuckyeahfluiddynamics:

We often think of raindrops as spherical or tear-shaped, but, in reality, a falling droplet’s shape can be much more complicated. Large drops are likely to break up into smaller droplets before reaching the ground. This process is shown in the collage above. The initially spherical drops on the left are exposed to a continuous horizontal jet of air, similar to the situation they would experience if falling at terminal velocity. The drops first flatten into a pancake, then billow into a shape called a bag. The bags consists of a thin liquid sheet with a thicker rim of fluid around the edge. Like a soap bubble, a bag’s surface sheet ruptures quickly, producing a spray of fine droplets as surface tension pulls the damaged sheet apart. The thicker rim survives slightly longer until the Plateau-Rayleigh instability breaks it into droplets as well. (Image credit: V. Kulkarni and P. Sojka)

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