lovequotesrus:

Everything you love is here

I know you’re lookimg at this

lovequotesrus:

Everything you love is here

I know you’re lookimg at this

spaceplasma:

"The scientific man does not aim at an immediate result. He does not expect that his advanced ideas will be readily taken up. His work is like that of the planter — for the future. His duty is to lay the foundation for those who are to come, and point the way. He lives and labors and hopes."

— Nikola Tesla 

spaceexp:

Saturn V Launches

spaceexp:

Saturn V Launches

oh-good-life:

me to my gf

oh-good-life:

me to my gf

divi-ded:

rlyjewish:

thewastedgeneration:

I think this is the most relevant thing I’ve seen on Tumblr

favourite 

I wish my teachers would see this

divi-ded:

rlyjewish:

thewastedgeneration:

I think this is the most relevant thing I’ve seen on Tumblr

favourite 

I wish my teachers would see this

spaceexp:

Kennedy Space Center, Mercury-Redstone rocket Source: benjetpascal01

spaceexp:

Kennedy Space Center, Mercury-Redstone rocket

Source: benjetpascal01

bluelightvine:

~Queen~

bluelightvine:

~Queen~

mucholderthen:

Words of Wisdom from the Language of Physics

I get it that the whole point is the words and not the formulas. But just so you’ll know (I didn’t know them all before I tracked them down), here’s what the formulas are for.

[1] Einstein: the relationship between mass and energy 

The caption in the graphic is wrong.  You don’t get heavier, you get massier. 

[2] Newton’s Law of Universal Gravitation

[3] Lorenz/Einstein Time Dilation 

[4] Coulomb’s inverse-square law

[5] Bekenstein–Hawking formula for the entropy of a black hole

[6] Boltzmann’s entropy formula 
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SOURCE for the infographic
Posted all over the place, but my source is "Words of Wisdom found in Math Formulas”.  Actually, though, these are physics formulas. Since math is the language of science, they’re math formulas, too.  Hmm, I see there’s a previous post that makes more or less the same comment.