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The falling angel meets the rising ape

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Permalink n0thingbutthesunrise:

Hate everything about the winter, but Rutgers makes it a lil more enjoyable❄️❄️❄️❄️ #RU #Snowday (at Brett Hall)

I love snow!
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Permalink aseaofquotes:

Ann Packer, The Dive from Clausen’s Pier
Permalink jtotheizzoe:

This is Wilson Bentley, better known as “The Snowflake Man of Vermont.”
He seriously loved snowflakes. And his photographs, taken on his farm in Jericho, Vermont from 1885-1931, were not only the first photos of snowflakes ever taken, they might be the source of that famous idea: No two snowflakes are alike.
Read this to learn more about his lifelong quest to capture six-sided symmetrical beauty. Then check out a bit of controversy surrounding those photos thanks to Radiolab. The photos themselves are nice to look at, too, and the Smithsonian has a beautiful collection online.
Finally, check out this week’s It’s Okay To Be Smart to find out why snowflakes are snowflakes at all:
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Permalink oecologia:

Skógafoss (Iceland) by Andrés Nieto Porras.

visited here last week!
Permalink Sunrise from Brett hall (at Rutgers University (College Ave Campus))
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cinnamon-anemone:

thequarantinedmailman:

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aegean-sea:

LOWERCASE LETTERS ARE FOR THE LOWER CLASS

and here we have a capitalist 

Did you just.

let us all take a moment to appreciate that all of human history and human language and the universe itself aligned to make this joke possible

(via themiighty-fall-deactivated2014)

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Proof of the Pythagoras Theorem.