timemagazine:

Seriously.

scienceyoucanlove:

Happy Birthday Bill Nye! One of our most prominent advocates for science education, Bill Nye, turns 58 today. It’s hard to believe it only ran for 5 years, but I remember watching “Bill Nye, the Science Guy” on PBS when I was growing up. I attribute the show and his never-ending enthusiasm as one of many factors that sparked my interest in science. I tip my hat to you, sir.Let’s all wish this science educator, author, mechanical engineer, and much-loved TV personality a very happy birthday!Give his website a visit while you’re at it. There you can find videos, blog posts, printable activities for parents or teachers, and even e-cards to send to your friends and family!http://www.billnye.com/
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scienceyoucanlove:

Happy Birthday Bill Nye! 

One of our most prominent advocates for science education, Bill Nye, turns 58 today. It’s hard to believe it only ran for 5 years, but I remember watching “Bill Nye, the Science Guy” on PBS when I was growing up. I attribute the show and his never-ending enthusiasm as one of many factors that sparked my interest in science. I tip my hat to you, sir.

Let’s all wish this science educator, author, mechanical engineer, and much-loved TV personality a very happy birthday!

Give his website a visit while you’re at it. There you can find videos, blog posts, printable activities for parents or teachers, and even e-cards to send to your friends and family!
http://www.billnye.com/

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thatscienceguy:

YTMND’s presentation of our future in all its horrifying glory.

timelightbox:

Photograph by Taslima Akhter
 Savar Dhaka, Bangladesh. April 24, 2013.

"Around 2 AM among the many dead bodies inside the collapse, I found a couple at the back of the building, embracing each other in the rubble. The lower parts of their bodies were stuck under the concrete. A drop of blood from the man’s eye ran like a tear. Since then, this couple remains firmly in my heart. So many questions rose in my mind. What were they thinking at the last moment of their lives?"

TIME Picks the Top Photos of 2013

timelightbox:

Photograph by Taslima Akhter

Savar Dhaka, Bangladesh. April 24, 2013.

"Around 2 AM among the many dead bodies inside the collapse, I found a couple at the back of the building, embracing each other in the rubble. The lower parts of their bodies were stuck under the concrete. A drop of blood from the man’s eye ran like a tear. Since then, this couple remains firmly in my heart. So many questions rose in my mind. What were they thinking at the last moment of their lives?"

TIME Picks the Top Photos of 2013

thatscienceguy:

From natural lakes that will burn the flesh of your bones to man made danger zones, these are the most dangerous places on earth.

nasdaq:


Kick your week off right with this Monday Inspiration, from famed NFL coach Vice Lombardi.

nasdaq:

Kick your week off right with this Monday Inspiration, from famed NFL coach Vice Lombardi.

timemagazine:

The Hunger Games creator dishes on the secrets behind Catching Fire.

thatscienceguy:

Happy 15th Birthday ISS!

thatscienceguy:

Happy 15th Birthday ISS!

Every artist was first an amateur.

Ralph Waldo Emerson 

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nasdaq:


For more than a decade, advertisers have been trying to figure out how to let consumers shop the videos they watch. Has fashion brand Kate Spade cracked the code? Check out their new Google Display Network ads, described in this Mashable story, to learn more: http://mashable.com/2013/11/08/kate-spade-video-ad-google/

nasdaq:

For more than a decade, advertisers have been trying to figure out how to let consumers shop the videos they watch. Has fashion brand Kate Spade cracked the code? Check out their new Google Display Network ads, described in this Mashable story, to learn more: http://mashable.com/2013/11/08/kate-spade-video-ad-google/