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Twelve Significant Moments for Women in Science, Technology, Engineering and Math. Ada Lovelace Day: Women Tech Accomplishments [Infographic] By Hubert Nguyen.

Ada Lovelace Day: Women Tech Accomplishments [Infographic]

Beach Glass Rarity Chart by Gayle Bird Designs, via Flickr

And if 52 feet, 100 tons, and an 18 ton bite force doesn’t scare you, maybe this actual picture of a megalodon tooth will put this in perspective for you…

The Largest Carnivore Ever? | Starts With A Bang!

How Gravitational Waves Work (Infographic) By Karl Tate, Infographics Artist | March 17, 2014

How Gravitational Waves Work (Infographic)

Nearly 14 billion years ago, there was nothing and nowhere. Then, due to a random fluctuation in a completely empty void, a universe exploded into existence. Something the size of a subatomic particle inflated to unimaginably huge size in a fraction of a second, driven apart by negative-pressure vacuum energy. Scientists call this theory for the origin of the universe the Big Bang.

Alternatives to the Big Bang Theory Explained (Infographic)

Chemical Reactions Pt 2.

Compound Interest

108: The Master Number of Our Reality. 108 permeates every religion, every single one. 1 = Oneness / 0 = Emptiness / 8 = Infinity (turned on its side of course ;) / 108 = All of Creation. Within the Pentagram, every interior angle is 108 degrees. The distance of the Moon to the Earth divided by the diameter of the Moon = 108. There are 12 signs of the zodiac and 9 planets (12 x 9 = 108). There are 108 pressure points on the human body. Stonehenge is 108 feet in diameter Read more...>

This is a rare meteorological phenomenon called a skypunch. When people see these, they think it's the end of the world. Ice crystals form above the high-altitude cirro-cumulo-stratus clouds, then fall downward, punching a hole in the cloud cover. #Meteorology #Weather #Clouds

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Capillary network in skeletal or striated muscle. The many loops allow the capillaries to change their length in response to changes in the length of muscle fibers during contraction relaxation. Dr. Richard Kessel Dr. Randy Kardon/Tissues Organs/Visuals Unlimited, Inc.

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milky way galaxy spiral

REVEALED: How Our Galaxy Got Its Strange Shape

Osmium (Os)—the densest naturally occurring element (22.59 g/cm3). One cubic foot of the stuff would weigh just over 1400 lbs, or about as much as a small car!

Jellyfish of the Forest Orange Umbrella (Marasmius Siccus) mushrooms grow tenuously on woody debris, like a cluster of floating jellyfish. Image via- Give Nature a Hand

For every 8 Earth years, Venus has 13 years. This is the pattern made by Earth and Venus after 8 Earth years of their dance around the sun.

Dances of the Planets (8 pictures) | memolition

This is not a hyper realist painting but a photograph of a star forming, courtesy of @HUBBLE_space

Twitter / saatchi_gallery: This is not a hyper realist ...

The scavenger Rugops, a dinosaur from the Late Cretaceous that lived in what is now Africa, driving a trio of the pterosaur Tupuxuara from the corpse of the sail-backed iguanadontid Ouranosaurus. The crocodylomorphs, relatives of the modern crocodile, are the 'boar-croc' Kaprosuchus.

Moenave Candles, Colorado Plateau, Arizona/Utah, photo by John Mumaw