Sincerely, Science
27 August 2014 @ 7:50 AM

Getting to school at 7 AM, 2 hours before class is a really good time to do homework because there’s nothing else to do

13 hours ago
26 August 2014 @ 6:30 AM
Anonymous asked: "I'm starting a physics degree in a few weeks and although I'm pretty sure I can cope with the workload, I was wondering if you had any advice?"

I’m only a sophomore, so I can only tell you my experience in my freshman classes.

-One of my main tips is if there is a hard class you need and the professor is rated badly DO NOT tell yourself you can learn on your own.
Last semester I took mechanics with a professor rated 1.2 all around on ratemyprofessor because it was what was available. Having to learn all the material on my own added so many hours to my schedule and drove me crazy.

-Don’t load up on labs, they don’t add much in terms of credits but there is a lot of work. I took 17 credits, 3 of which were lab classes. Not fun at all.

-Netflix will be temping. Use it as a reward. I would let myself watch an episode of a show after doing an assignment.

-If you need tutoring, get it. In my physics class I struggled in certain sections. We went through the material super fast and I didn’t understand anything. I did problems and thought I understood them, only to find that I couldn’t solve similar problems. Please please PLEASE ask for help if you need it, don’t cram before them test

-I have to get ready for school oops. But anyone with any tips should reblog this and add them!

1 day ago
25 August 2014 @ 9:14 PM

cosmo-nautic:

One of the worst things ever is getting to class, opening your notebook to take notes… Then realizing you have a wide ruled book.

Update: I have a college ruled book now. Praise

1 day ago via cosmo-nautic (originally cosmo-nautic)
25 August 2014 @ 1:31 PM

fakehouseresidentt:

phototoartguy:

The adorable and unlikely friendship between a fox and a dog that’s being turned into a children’s fairytale book

Photographer Torgeir Berge

Oh no.

2 days ago via wollffeey (originally phototoartguy)
25 August 2014 @ 1:30 PM

One of the worst things ever is getting to class, opening your notebook to take notes… Then realizing you have a wide ruled book.

2 days ago
24 August 2014 @ 9:20 PM

School starts tomorrow. Help me D:

2 days ago
22 August 2014 @ 4:32 PM

(Source: weheartit.com)

5 days ago via exames (originally pitayya)
22 August 2014 @ 4:32 PM
cenwatchglass:

Rocket engine. Bruce Schmitz examines a rocket engine being developed for NASA by Rocket Research Corp. It will be designed to deliver highly reproducible thrusts for making small corrections in the speed and direction of spacecraft. The propellant will be pure hydrazine or mixtures of hydrazine, nitric acid, and water, so the propellant’s freezing point can be reduced to -20° F.
Chemical & Engineering News, January 17, 1966

cenwatchglass:

Rocket engine. Bruce Schmitz examines a rocket engine being developed for NASA by Rocket Research Corp. It will be designed to deliver highly reproducible thrusts for making small corrections in the speed and direction of spacecraft. The propellant will be pure hydrazine or mixtures of hydrazine, nitric acid, and water, so the propellant’s freezing point can be reduced to -20° F.

Chemical & Engineering News, January 17, 1966

5 days ago via mindblowingscience (originally cenwatchglass)
22 August 2014 @ 4:31 PM

officialunitedstates:

what do you call half of someone who operates a train

the answer to this joke is a semiconductor

5 days ago via mitchellthespaceman (originally officialunitedstates)
19 August 2014 @ 11:03 AM
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my little cutie!!!

my little cutie!!!

1 week ago