fuckyeahfluiddynamics:

Flow patterns can change dramatically as fluid speed and Reynolds number increase. These visualizations show flow moving from left to right around a circular plunger. The lower Reynolds number flow is on the left, with a large, well-formed, singular vortex spinning off the plunger’s shoulder. The image on the right is from a higher Reynolds number and higher freestream speed. Now the instantaneous flow field is more complicated, with a string of small vortices extending from the plunger and a larger and messier area of recirculation behind the plunger. In general, increasing the Reynolds number of a flow makes it more turbulent, generating a larger range of length scales in the flow and increasing its complexity. (Image credit: S. O’Halloran)

(Source: steveohalloran.com)

futuristech-info:

Nuclear power plants built in the ocean? New design increases safety - Interesting concept
beautifulmars:

Channel and Impact Crater

beautifulmars:

Channel and Impact Crater

(Source: uahirise.org)

tastefullyoffensive:

[doghousediaries]

Protectiveness: negative 20! Lol.

tastefullyoffensive:

[doghousediaries]

Protectiveness: negative 20! Lol.

ryanhatesthis:

ive probably reblogged this like 100 times now

I just took a 15 min break at work so I could laugh at this some more.

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essentialcoles:

One friendship ruined

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femgermania:

walk-barefoot:

veganbaby:

jellybeanjeunet:

sleezysays:


NASA recently released imagery showing the deforestation of America  …in just 34 years.

We are killing the Earth

Forever reblog.

Oh wow

THIS HURTS

so apparently North America grows in about twice in size as well
that’s weird i don’t remember Florida being dried up it seemed fine three seconds ago when i looked out the window
huh. canada’s a desert now. Whelp, time to go inform the Canadians that instead of harsh winters they have to deal with scorching summers and arid temperatures
hey where’d the rockies go? I could’ve sworn that we had a mountain range over there.
also did NASA have HD, color pictures in space in 1978? gosh I musta missed that memo
also. did you check NASA’s website to see if they said anything about this? Hm…nope, doesn’t look like it. I wonder where this picture could’ve come from

 The “green” pic is in fact a NASA photo, but from 2001 over the course of a few months. The “deforested” one is from January 2012, and is a true representation. First pic was edited to be greener than the original, but they are both legit NASA photos. The statements behind them just are false. One was taken in Winter, and the other in Summer. That alone could account for the differences.
 Also, depending on distance, and amount of zoom, properties of the same object can be skewed. With nothing next to these photos for scale we assume they are recorded from the same distance, when they really aren’t. Being closer with a wide angle lens, and being far away with a huge telescopic lens can skew proportions very much. The Earth may look like it is being recorded from the same vantage point, but with the only reference of scale being Earth to edge of frame, the continents could look any varying size from one photo to the next.
 ugh, I’ll have to fix the hi res photos later. -_-

femgermania:

walk-barefoot:

veganbaby:

jellybeanjeunet:

sleezysays:

NASA recently released imagery showing the deforestation of America  …in just 34 years.

We are killing the Earth

Forever reblog.

Oh wow

THIS HURTS

so apparently North America grows in about twice in size as well

that’s weird i don’t remember Florida being dried up it seemed fine three seconds ago when i looked out the window

huh. canada’s a desert now. Whelp, time to go inform the Canadians that instead of harsh winters they have to deal with scorching summers and arid temperatures

hey where’d the rockies go? I could’ve sworn that we had a mountain range over there.

also did NASA have HD, color pictures in space in 1978? gosh I musta missed that memo

also. did you check NASA’s website to see if they said anything about this? Hm…nope, doesn’t look like it. I wonder where this picture could’ve come from

 The “green” pic is in fact a NASA photo, but from 2001 over the course of a few months. The “deforested” one is from January 2012, and is a true representation. First pic was edited to be greener than the original, but they are both legit NASA photos. The statements behind them just are false. One was taken in Winter, and the other in Summer. That alone could account for the differences.


 Also, depending on distance, and amount of zoom, properties of the same object can be skewed. With nothing next to these photos for scale we assume they are recorded from the same distance, when they really aren’t. Being closer with a wide angle lens, and being far away with a huge telescopic lens can skew proportions very much. The Earth may look like it is being recorded from the same vantage point, but with the only reference of scale being Earth to edge of frame, the continents could look any varying size from one photo to the next.

 ugh, I’ll have to fix the hi res photos later. -_-

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kendra-p:

"I’m going to have to eat every fucking chicken in this room." 

kendra-p:

"I’m going to have to eat every fucking chicken in this room." 

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workaholics:

Tomorrow night is the guys’ “Friendship Anniversary,” and by the looks of these behind-the-scenes pics, there will be blood. Don’t miss the season finale Wednesday at 10/9c.

drivenetwork:

3D Printing: Titanium, Carbon Fiber, & The One:1 - /INSIDE KOENIGSEGG