SCREAMS A LOT AND THEN SOME
This is a simulation of a rotating 4 dimensional Cube, otherwise known as a Tesseract.
What you are seeing is it Rotating. It is not being distorted, reshaped, or anything like that. it is simply Rotating - It appears to be distorted because you are only seeing the ‘projection’ of it. similarly if you rotated a 3D cube infront of lamp the shadow you would see would appear to distort.
math is weird you guys
If you are CIS and would date a transperson reblog this I need to know that there is just one person out there that would do this.
Were I unwed I would.
In the immortal words of M. Bison, of course!
OP, I’m trans and dating two cis people, neither of whom have dated a trans person before me. :)
Love finds a way.
Chase the morning, yield for nothing.: History time! -
Let us journey back in time, dear friends, to the benighted days of fucking…I guess 1998? Probably 1998. Maaaaaybe early 1999. Before Google was actually A Thing, and you had to look shit up in real,…
…have we mentioned recently that defenestration is an awesome word of awesomeness?
I love history sometimes :D
also “watching extremely informative paint dry” is apparently a lot of people’s reactions to Tolkien’s work, which is understandable but sad
Pocket Princesses 60: Star Wars Weekend
Please REBLOG, don’t repost!
MANY people have drawn Leia-Rapunzel before me, but the greatest for me still remains James’ epic mashup here
Proof: 3-D Printed Splint Saves Baby's Life -
It’s hard to imagine something so simple could save a child’s life. But that’s exactly what this small device built on 3-D printer did. University of Michigan doctors designed and implanted the tracheal splint inside Kaiba Gionfriddo, now 20…
go umich go!