Category: science

Excellent example of how NOT to do your dinosa…

Excellent example of how NOT to do your dinosaur CGI. From the movie “The Time Machine I Found at a Yard Sale”.
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There’s never a bad time to talk about sex, ri…

There’s never a bad time to talk about sex, right? Especially in an evolutionary context?

Here’s me trying to explain how, when, and why sex first became a thing on our planet.

There’s never a bad time to talk about sex, ri…

There’s never a bad time to talk about sex, right? Especially in an evolutionary context?

Here’s me trying to explain how, when, and why sex first became a thing on our planet.

pbsdigitalstudios: The study of natural histor…

pbsdigitalstudios:

The study of natural history is the study of how the world has changed but Earth itself is in a constant state of flux – because the ground beneath your feet is always moving. 

So if we want to know how we got here, we have to understand how “here” got here. New from Eons!

Yeah, so you know what’s weird? Earth’s face.

It’s a pretty face and everything, but it’s changed A LOT over the past few billion years. More than we knew even a few years ago.

Check this out, and you’ll see what I mean!

pbsdigitalstudios: The study of natural histor…

pbsdigitalstudios:

The study of natural history is the study of how the world has changed but Earth itself is in a constant state of flux – because the ground beneath your feet is always moving. 

So if we want to know how we got here, we have to understand how “here” got here. New from Eons!

Yeah, so you know what’s weird? Earth’s face.

It’s a pretty face and everything, but it’s changed A LOT over the past few billion years. More than we knew even a few years ago.

Check this out, and you’ll see what I mean!

If you’ve ever wanted to see someone being han…

If you’ve ever wanted to see someone being handed their own liver, here’s me on @scishow getting schooled by paleontologist Kallie Moore while @edwardspoonhands looks on, offering no succor. 

If you’ve ever wanted to see someone being han…

If you’ve ever wanted to see someone being handed their own liver, here’s me on @scishow getting schooled by paleontologist Kallie Moore while @edwardspoonhands looks on, offering no succor. 

Put the “fun” back in “fungi” by learning abou…

Put the “fun” back in “fungi” by learning about the time when giant fungi were the tallest living things on land! 

Seriously, you’re gonna want to thank a mushroom once you’ve learned everything that they’ve done for us.

Put the “fun” back in “fungi” by learning abou…

Put the “fun” back in “fungi” by learning about the time when giant fungi were the tallest living things on land! 

Seriously, you’re gonna want to thank a mushroom once you’ve learned everything that they’ve done for us.

The Giants – Part 11/11

The Giants – Part 11/11

Synapta maculata – also known as the snake cucumber. Despite looking like a snake, it is in fact a giant (or at least very long) sea cucumber. It can grow up to 3 meters long and lives in the Indo-Pacific Ocean. Sea cucumbers are pretty famous for ejecting their internal organs to scare off or distract predators, however S. maculata instead just splits in two and re-grows the rest of its body at a later date.  

Ꞓ – O – S – D – C – P – T – J – K – Pg – N

Image Credit: NOAA 2010