1. 17:00 1st Oct 2014

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    abandonedography:

"It’s who we were" via the subreddit /r/wallpapers

    abandonedography:

    "It’s who we were" via the subreddit /r/wallpapers

     
  2. 17:00 30th Sep 2014

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    (Source: fakehermes)

     
  3. 07:59

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    Tags: Silencejohn cage

    sanwik:

My photography.

    sanwik:

    My photography.

     
  4. Thin lizzy is owning my life right now

     
  5. 17:00

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    INFMETRY star projector.

     
  6. 17:00 28th Sep 2014

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    (Source: typographie)

     
  7. 21:26 27th Sep 2014

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    Traaaap mntl

    Traaaap mntl

     
  8. 17:00

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    kenobi-wan-obi:

Turbulent Black Holes Grow Fractal Skins As They Feed

Feeding black holes develop a fractal skin as they grow. That’s the conclusion of simulations that take advantage of a correlation between fluid dynamics and gravity.
"We showed that when you throw stuff into a black hole, the surface of the black hole responds like a fluid – and in particular, it can become turbulent," says Allan Adams at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. "More precisely, the horizon itself becomes a fractal."
Fractals are mathematical sets that show self-similar patterns: zoom in on one part of a fractal drawing, like the famous Mandelbrot set, and the smaller portion will look nearly the same as the original image. Objects with fractal geometries show up all over nature, from clouds to the coast of England.
Adams and his colleagues have now found evidence that fractal behaviour occurs in an unexpected place: on the surface of a feeding black hole. Black holes grow by devouring matter that falls into them; the black hole at the centre of our galaxy is due to feast on a gas cloud later this year. But the details of how feeding black holes grow, and how this might affect their host galaxies, are still unknown.

    kenobi-wan-obi:

    Turbulent Black Holes Grow Fractal Skins As They Feed

    Feeding black holes develop a fractal skin as they grow. That’s the conclusion of simulations that take advantage of a correlation between fluid dynamics and gravity.

    "We showed that when you throw stuff into a black hole, the surface of the black hole responds like a fluid – and in particular, it can become turbulent," says Allan Adams at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. "More precisely, the horizon itself becomes a fractal."

    Fractals are mathematical sets that show self-similar patterns: zoom in on one part of a fractal drawing, like the famous Mandelbrot set, and the smaller portion will look nearly the same as the original image. Objects with fractal geometries show up all over nature, from clouds to the coast of England.

    Adams and his colleagues have now found evidence that fractal behaviour occurs in an unexpected place: on the surface of a feeding black hole. Black holes grow by devouring matter that falls into them; the black hole at the centre of our galaxy is due to feast on a gas cloud later this year. But the details of how feeding black holes grow, and how this might affect their host galaxies, are still unknown.

    (Source: afro-dominicano)

     
  9. 17:00 26th Sep 2014

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  10. 17:00 25th Sep 2014

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    did-you-kno:

A lot of grandmas on Facebook have accidentally been tagging themselves as hip-hop DJ Grandmaster Flash.  Source

    did-you-kno:

    A lot of grandmas on Facebook have accidentally been tagging themselves as hip-hop DJ Grandmaster Flash. Source

     
  11. 01:04

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