Truly the universe is full of ghosts, not sheeted churchyard spectres, but the inextinguishable elements of individual life, which having once been, can never die, though they blend and change, and change again for ever.
To the extent there can BE such a thing as an audio infographic, this is it.
Captivating and horrifying.
“Much like the iconic image of Earth from the Apollo 17 mission—which had a profound effect on many of us—this time-lapse map is not only fascinating to explore,” Google Earth’s Rebecca Moore writes, “but we also hope it can inform the global community’s thinking about how we live on our planet and the policies that will guide us in the future.”
See more. [GIFs: Google/USGS/NASA/TIME]
I am a friend, comrades, a friend!
Antler’d babe by the amazing @greggletron. 😍 So happy with how she turned out. Can’t wait to add color!
My lady doesn’t do this shit halfway.
Lunar libration with phase
Animation of the Moon as it cycles through its phases, as seen from the Northern Hemisphere. The apparent wobbling of the Moon is known as libration. The apparent change in size is due to the eccentricity of the lunar orbit.
This might be the most self-deprecating pedal board ever illustrated. —Lars
Mmm. I bet that 1 Hz Boost is sexy for a guitar solo.
You know those little things that keep bread bags closed? Well, the internet would like to tell you about them. If you’re not doing anything too important right now, I think you should visit HORG (that’s the Holotypic Occlupanid Research Group) and explore a beautiful, obsessive, hilarious taxonomy of occlupanids.
This reminds me too much of Emily to not reblog.
This is from an Archie comic in 1972 where he visits the future in the year 2012. It kinda looks familiar…
Brilliant. But he would have been converted if future dude had just dropped an 808 on him. What’s more pleasing than that?
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