discovery:

Who says explosives aren’t art?!

More MythBusters, here - http://bit.ly/14SjoA9

Confused Matthew's take on Man of Steel. Unlike Matthew, I felt something after watching the movie: crushing disappointment that I had just spent the last two and half hours of my life watching what basically amounted to a video game with little to no narrative or character development.

nerd-in-the-kitchen:

His and hers mugs. (As a side note, this famous exchange between Leia and Han was actually the handiwork of Harrison Ford. It wasn’t in the original script.)
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nerd-in-the-kitchen:

His and hers mugs. (As a side note, this famous exchange between Leia and Han was actually the handiwork of Harrison Ford. It wasn’t in the original script.)

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"I’m not superstitious, but I am a little stitious."
Michael Scott, The Office
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Antares & Rho Ophiuchus Region
Credit: Philip Perkins

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Antares & Rho Ophiuchus Region

Credit: Philip Perkins

ikenbot:

Jaw-Dropping Views of Night Sky and Earth Win Photo Contest

Eye-popping images of celestial wonders shining over equally stunning Earth views have won the top spots in the 2013 International Earth and Sky Photo Contest, competition organizers say.

Image 1: 3rd Place in Beauty of the Night Sky category goes to “Meteor Magic” by Shannon Bileski for her March 2013 outstanding capture of a streaking fireball and colorful aurora over a snow-covered lake in Canada. Credit: Shannon Bileski/

Image 2: The overall contest winner and first prize in the Beauty of the Night Sky category goes to Stephane Vetter of France (nuitsacrees.fr), for his March 2013 panoramic photo “Sky above Godafoss” of aurora and the Milky Way over the “Waterfall of the Gods” in Iceland. Credit: Stephane Vetter

Image 3: Fifth place in the Against the Lights category goes to “Golden Gate Star Trails” by Rick Whitacre. A well-done photo sequence has captured star trails above the lights of San Fransisco and the Golden Gate Bridge. Credit: Rick Whitacre

The contest, the third annual event held by the landscape astrophotography group The World at Night (TWAN), aims to raise awareness about the importance of dark skies free of light pollution. It honors photos that show both the Earth and sky in all their glory.

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Finger Paintings by Iris Scott

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Underwater photography by Hengki Koentjoro