exoticwild:

I have a ‘to-read’ pile as massive as my existential crisis.

There are people who say, ‘I’ll never use this math, these trig identities’ from 10th or 11th grade, or maybe you never learned them.
Here’s the catch: whether or not you ever again use the math that you learned in school, the act of having learned the math established a wiring in your brain that didn’t exist before.
And it’s the wiring in your brain that makes you the problem solver… even if you don’t want to become a scientist, the minimum you should ask of yourself –demand of yourself– is that you become scientifically literate… and mathematically literate.
Because therein are the engines of problem solving in the world.

Neil deGrasse Tyson (aka, the quote I recite to myself every time I question why I’m integrating, over and over again, the area under the rotating washer around the x-axis)

(Source: atrainfarericher)


uusui:

c0rnmuffins:

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emma-relille-tunger:

uusui:

iceland is scary

are those giant marshmallows

we icelandic people harvest marshmallows, its the only thing that keeps us alive and healthy, every full moon the icelandic marshmallow god demands tons of giant marshmallows to be made in his honor, later these marshmallows gained its own consciousness and has been roaming around icelandic farms since then, so whenever you drive around iceland you will see these mysterious giant marshmallows in their natural habitat

Seriously though what the fuck are those

we icelandic people harvest marshmallows, its the only thing that keeps us alive and healthy, every full moon the icelandic marshmallow god demands tons of giant marshmallows to be made in his honor, later these marshmallows gained its own consciousness and has been roaming around icelandic farms since then, so whenever you drive around iceland you will see these mysterious giant marshmallows in their natural habitat