Posted on June 17, 2013 at 12:53 PM
Tonight’s new episode. What is that, fifteen short graybles so far?
Another Five More Short Graybles
There’s some real bananas stuff in this one! Watch it!
(via mathforlovers)Posted on June 16, 2013 at 11:09 PM
THANKS FOR 6000+ FOLLOWER
A little thank you to all my followers and supporters !
- + 3 Reblogs are allowed
- You dont need to follow me, but if you like my Art, Pokemon, Animal Crossing or MLP you are welcome !
- You only can choose one of the Plushies from above
- The Plush will be shipped directly to you, so if you dont live in the US there will be MAYBE a little tax fee. (Depends on the country. But since they are not so expensive there shouldn´t be a problem. )
- My boyfriend will randomize a number and choose the winner
- The winner will get a Note. Please make sure your ask is open !
- If you not response in between 24 hours, we choose another winner !
- Giveaway will end on the 15th. June
GOOD LUCK ! :D
(via heyboyletsdestiny)Posted on June 14, 2013 at 12:27 PM
“A torus consists of a central axis with a vortex at both ends and a surrounding coherent field. Energy flows in one vortex, through the central axis, out the other vortex, and then wraps around itself to return to the first incoming vortex. The simplest description of its overall form is that of a donut, though it takes many different shapes, depending upon the medium in which it exists. For example, a smoke ring in air or a bubble ring in water are both very donut shaped. And yet an apple or an orange, which are both torus forms, are more overtly spherical. Plants and trees all display the same energy flow process, yet exhibit a wide variety of shapes and sizes. Hurricanes, tornadoes, magnetic fields around planets and stars, and whole galaxies themselves are all toroidal energy systems. Extending this observation of the consistent presence of this flow form into the quantum realm, we can postulate that atomic structures and systems are also made of the same dynamic form.” Source.
mathPosted on June 14, 2013 at 11:56 AM
Posted on June 14, 2013 at 11:54 AM
Fractals in Nature
The images on the left are objects commonly found in nature. The images on the right are computer-generated fractals. The bottom picture is a 3D model of a fractal tree created using the Lindenmayer System.
The Villager is a cold-blooded murderer, damn.
(via heyboyletsdestiny)Posted on June 11, 2013 at 12:33 PM
animalcrossing animal crossing im so excited :)Posted on June 10, 2013 at 9:11 PM