Moss
laughingsquid:

A Giant Three-Dimensional Interactive Poster for the 30th Annual Malmo Festival in Sweden
pbstv:

Physicists plugged the Higgs boson into models of cosmic inflation, and the universe disappeared. Fixing that error could involve finding a new particle.
Learn more from NOVA Next.

pbstv:

Physicists plugged the Higgs boson into models of cosmic inflation, and the universe disappeared. Fixing that error could involve finding a new particle.

Learn more from NOVA Next.

laughingsquid:

Photos of the Abandoned Suitcases of the Willard Mental Hospital
kqedscience:

explore-blog:

Open Culture digs up the letter Carl Sagan sent to 17-year-old Neil deGrasse Tyson. Read the full story here.
Pair with Tyson on how Sagan shaped his life and continues to shape all of our lives.

This is a fantastic letter to receive from anyone, but when it’s from Carl Sagan — I’m sure it just blew Neil deGrasse Tyson’s mind. 

kqedscience:

explore-blog:

Open Culture digs up the letter Carl Sagan sent to 17-year-old Neil deGrasse Tyson. Read the full story here.

Pair with Tyson on how Sagan shaped his life and continues to shape all of our lives.

This is a fantastic letter to receive from anyone, but when it’s from Carl Sagan — I’m sure it just blew Neil deGrasse Tyson’s mind. 

soupsoup:

Fisher-Price has a reissue of their vintage toys. This was one of my first. (at FAO Schwarz)

soupsoup:

Fisher-Price has a reissue of their vintage toys. This was one of my first. (at FAO Schwarz)

fastcompany:

This is what happens when you take pictures of all the planes that take off from Los Angeles International Airport each day and smush them together into one image.

It was a spontaneous project. “I was down at the airport a week ago with a friend of mine watching planes take off and land, and thinking it would be really cool if I could get all of the planes into one picture,” Kelley says. “Then on Sunday I woke up and it was unbelievably clear. If you’ve ever been to LA, to be able to see as far as you can is a once-in-a-year kind of thing.”

More> Co.Exist

fastcompany:

This is what happens when you take pictures of all the planes that take off from Los Angeles International Airport each day and smush them together into one image.

It was a spontaneous project. “I was down at the airport a week ago with a friend of mine watching planes take off and land, and thinking it would be really cool if I could get all of the planes into one picture,” Kelley says. “Then on Sunday I woke up and it was unbelievably clear. If you’ve ever been to LA, to be able to see as far as you can is a once-in-a-year kind of thing.”

More> Co.Exist