WELL I TRIED.
btw i don’t have photoshop or any professional image editing things so anything like this -will- be done badly
This absolutely made my day and will keep me going through having to work on a Saturday.
You see this bitch? This is the fucking Audi A9 Concept vehicle.
It is the most beastly motherfucker to light up my Tumblr page.
The thing has engines in it’s wheels.
IN THE MOTHERFUCKING WHEELS.
See that futuristic design? Makes Acura designs look so 2010.
Oh? Where’s the windshield? It’s fully integrated into the roof using nano technology.
That means the bitch repairs itself.
Oh and that badass window and windshields?
It can change from solid like that to clear when you drive.
White isn’t a very sporty color? NO WORRIES. This beast can change it’s motherfucking color to whatever you fucking want.
THIS BITCH SHOULD GET IN MY GARAGE.
why don’t they hire tumblr bloggers to do the commercials i will never know
I hate driving but hot damn I would live in that car
Carl Sagan’s famous ‘star stuff’ quotation takes a simple scientific fact and gives it a uniquely poetic sound. In the earliest universe, after the Big Bang, the only elements to be found were hydrogen and helium. These, of course, came together to form stars, giant nuclear fusion reactors that combined hydrogen atoms to make even more helium. As stars get more massive, they gain the ability to fuse this helium into heavier atoms like carbon, nitrogen, sulfur, etc. up until they reach iron.
Iron is a crucial element in nuclear fusion as it is the lightest element encountered where the energy input needed to fuse it is greater than the energy output of the reaction—ultimately triggering a gravitational collapse in the stars leading to a supernova. This extremely brief gravitational collapse before the supernova is the only time when stars can create elements heavier than iron, explaining why precious metals such as gold and silver are so rare in nature.
The supernova that occurs at the death of these massive stars allows them to disperse all of the elements that they have fused in their lifetimes into space, allowing for the formation of planets such as Earth and everything on them. It is in the hearts of the stars that our atoms were forged and in their dying gasps that these atoms were released into the universe to ultimately end up on this planet for our bodies to use.Neil deGrasse Tyson will pick up where Carl Sagan left off, distilling complex scientific ideas into a digestible form as he hosts the reboot of COSMOS.Watch the trailer for COSMOS: A Space-Time Odyssey: http://bit.ly/COSMOS-Sequel
Watch Cosmos on Fox, March 9th at 9/8c
Eyvind Earle (1916-2000.) Earle was a painter, illustrator, and author. He also worked in the animation industry at Disney during the 1950’s. Animations he worked on included “Peter Pan”, “Sleeping Beauty”, and “Lady and the Tramp.” What I love about his work is his whimsical shapes, the color choices, and the surreal feeling of his images. Wonderful stuff. To view more I’ve provided a link to his gallery in Wikipaintings where most of these are from. Enjoy!