Holy crap this is the coolest.

Oh man I love this video.

This video is the fucking best and every time I watch it I see something new, so if you have never seen it fix that immediately

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Surreal furniture by Lila Jang

The strange and surreal furniture designer and Korean artist Lila Jang, who in his last series likes to twist and distort the classic French furniture of the 18th century. Lila Jang studied design and Fine Arts in Paris in Seoul, and has already participated in numerous exhibitions worldwide.


It’s like the furniture is trying to act up, throwing a tantrum

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How Quantum Suicide Works

In­stead of using the scientific method — investigating empirical evidence — to study the quantum level, physicists must use thought experiments. A thought experiment is an experiment that takes place only in the mind. Although these experiments are only carried out hypothetically, they’re rooted in the data observed in quantum physics. 

One such thought experiment is called quantum suicide. It was first posed by then-Princeton University theorist Max Tegmark in 1997 (now on faculty at MIT). The quantum level is the smallest level of matter we’ve detected so far in the universe. Matter at this level is infinitesimal, and it’s virtually impossible for scientists to research it in a practical manner using traditional methods of scientific inquiry.­

A man sits down before a gun, which is pointed at his head. This is no ordinary gun; i­t’s rigged to a machine that measures the spin of a quantum particle. Each time the trigger is pulled, the spin of the quantum particle — or quark — is measured. Depending on the measurement, the gun will either fire, or it won’t. If the quantum particle is measured as spinning in a clockwise motion, the gun will fire. If the quark is spinning counterclockwise, the gun won’t go off. There’ll only be a click.

Nervously, the man takes a breath and pulls the trigger. The gun clicks. He pulls the trigger again. Click. And again: click. The man will continue to pull the trigger again and again with the same result: The gun won’t fire. Although it’s functioning properly and loaded with bullets, no matter how many times he pulls the trigger, the gun will never fire. He’ll continue this process for eternity, becoming immortal.

Go back in time to the beginning of the experiment. The man pulls the trigger for the very first time, and the quark is now measured as spinning clockwise. The gun fires. The man is dead.

But, wait. The man already pulled the trigger the first time — and an infinite amount of times following that — and we already know the gun didn’t fire. How can the man be dead? The man is unaware, but he’s both alive and dead. Each time he pulls the trigger, the universe is split in two. It will continue to split, again and again, each time the trigger is pulled [source: Tegmark].­

Read on

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Japan’s extraordinary flair for creating works of awesome cuteness has knocked our socks off once again. We love capybaras here at the Geyser of Awesome, so we could barely believe our eyes when we saw these impossibly adorable dumpling-like capybaras basking in steaming bowls of soup. They’re modeled after the real live capybaras who love nothing more than basking in the hot springs of Izu Shaboten Park in Shizuoka, Japan.

These savoury cavies were made by Yuko Ishihara using daikon oroshi (grated daikon radish). Their serene little heads were coloured with dashes of soy sauce and their eyes are tiny pieces of seaweed.

If you’ve never been soothed by the sight of Capybaras luxuriating in the hot springs of Ize Shaboten, click here for a couple delightful videos.

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I don’t even know what half of this food is supposed to be but I don’t fucking care, I want it. look at how fucking delicious everything looks. if you dare to even say looking at this doesn’t make you hungry, I know you’re a lying little piece of shit.

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APPARENTLY this is a thing, the rupee is a box for an engagement ring. Shut the front door.

Not sorry for all the Zelda spam.

It better make the noise when you open it

The noise


it makes the noise

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in the colorized scott pilgrim v4, we gave Ramona an impromptu interim haircolor at the very end of the book. like peachy orangey

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