Hong Kong, see you soon! (at 인천국제공항 (Incheon International Airport - ICN))

Hong Kong, see you soon! (at 인천국제공항 (Incheon International Airport - ICN))

#Kaskade at The A, Seoul  (at The A)

#Kaskade at The A, Seoul (at The A)

Did someone say 2NE1? #antm #seoul #2ne1 #vip #CL

Did someone say 2NE1? #antm #seoul #2ne1 #vip #CL

America’s Next Top Model, Seoul #antm #frontrow #sould #2ne1

America’s Next Top Model, Seoul #antm #frontrow #sould #2ne1

The Gang, South Korea

(Missing Steve)

#seoul #studyabroad

The Gang, South Korea

(Missing Steve)

#seoul #studyabroad

popchartlab:

Remember, buy any of our beer-related products from now until April 28th and you’ll be entered to win a prize pack of 200 craft beers + a bunch of our other beer merchandise! (Or sign up to enter here.)
Put another way, you could win more beers than we could fit on the Very Many Varieties of Beer chart above, and that is a LOT of beer.

popchartlab:

Remember, buy any of our beer-related products from now until April 28th and you’ll be entered to win a prize pack of 200 craft beers + a bunch of our other beer merchandise! (Or sign up to enter here.)

Put another way, you could win more beers than we could fit on the Very Many Varieties of Beer chart above, and that is a LOT of beer.

The length of a metre and its relation to the speed of light

thatscienceguy:

The metre was first defined as 1 10-millionth the distance between the equator and the north pole, however in 1983 it was redefined.

The metre was changed so that the EXACT speed of light is a whole number (no decimals) when expressed in metres per second. so now 1 metre is exactly the distance light travels in 1/299,792,458 seconds, where 299,792,458 is the exact speed of light in metres per second. 

This changed the length of a metre by 2 nanometers (in todays definition.)

curiousareyou:

The World’s Most Beautiful Equations
From top:
General Relativity
Special Relativity
Calculus
Euler’s equation
The Euler Line

(via LiveScience)

“In the world of eternal return the weight of unbearable responsibility lies heavy on every move we make. That is why Nietzsche called the idea of eternal return the heaviest of burdens (das schwerste Gewicht).”
from The Unbearable Lightness of Being (via fuckyeahmilankundera)