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trigonometry-is-my-bitch:

Scientists from MIT Developed a Trillion frames per second slow motion camera that can show light moving through a bottle. Ramesh Raskar presents femto-photography - For comparison, the imaging of a bullet captured at this many frames per second would last a year as explained in thepresentation by Professor Ramesh Raskar of MIT.
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^ what you have witnessed above is light travelling in slow motion.
further information from the MIT website

trigonometry-is-my-bitch:

Scientists from MIT Developed a Trillion frames per second slow motion camera that can show light moving through a bottle. Ramesh Raskar presents femto-photography - For comparison, the imaging of a bullet captured at this many frames per second would last a year as explained in thepresentation by Professor Ramesh Raskar of MIT.

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^ what you have witnessed above is light travelling in slow motion.

further information from the MIT website

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readingontheroof:

INFJ: Visions of the future
ESTP: Superhuman strength
INTJ: Immortality
ESFP: Ability to freeze time
INFP: Literary manipulation
ESTJ: Power negation
INTP: Omniscience
ESFJ: Healing powers
ISFJ: Visions of the past
ENTP: Dimensional travel
ISTJ: Photographic memory
ENFP: Reality warping
ISFP: Shape shifting
ENTJ: Mind control
ISTP: Invulnerability
ENFJ: Empathic powers

abcb-cafe:

ダンクーガ ゴッドブ・レス・ダンクーガ
God Bless Dancougar OVA (1985) Advertisement

abcb-cafe:

ダンクーガ ゴッドブ・レス・ダンクーガ

God Bless Dancougar OVA (1985) Advertisement

randomweas:

Especial animé - Samurai Warriors

projecthabu:

     This SR-71 Blackbird cockpit got more flight time than all of the other Blackbird aircraft put together, and every single Blackbird pilot, at one point or another, had their hands on these stick and throttles. This is the one and only SR-71 simulator, used for crew selection and training, on display at the Frontiers of Flight Museum in Dallas, Texas.

     Even though this is a simulator, this is truly a Blackbird cockpit. Every component is the same, and the only visual difference are the windows are not transparent. At one point, the Air Force considered installing a virtual reality display system in the windows, but it was decided that the Blackbird simulator did not need a visual reference to the world surrounding them, because in this bird, you were more of a systems operator than a pilot. 

     This simulator, operating from 1965 to 1999, was just as top secret as any of the Blackbird aircraft, for obvious reasons. Every Blackbird pilot went through a selection process, and a year of training. During the selection process, applicants spent 30 hours in the simulator. If you were lucky enough to be selected as a pilot, you spent 100 hours in the sim before you would even touch one of the two-seat SR-71B or SR-71C trainer aircraft. This training process was longer and more intensive than any aircraft in the world, excluding the space shuttle. This was because each Blackbird was truly a national asset, and there were so few of them.

     Nearly every Blackbird pilot author, at one point or another, has mentioned this simulator in their book. They recount tales of sweating bullets during the selection process, spending hours in the sim at a time, learning hard lessons. They also tell about how good the sim was, and how once they finally flew an actual Blackbird, they felt right at home.

     The Frontiers of Flight Museum was gracious enough to let Project Habu inside the cockpit to photograph up close, which is typically not open to the public. It was truly surreal to sit in this cockpit and touch the controls, knowing every one of the pilots whom I admire so much, started right here. You can view the outside of the simulator in a previous post (click here to view). 

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bearcubjay:

What is this from?

Dancouga Nova

fanboyofallthings:

bearcubjay:

What is this from?

Dancouga Nova

dendensushicosplay:

Also I’m really sorry to hear about this whole situation at SDCC with that girl and while we don’t know what happened with that whole situation it can’t hurt to reemphasize:

Just because you’re at a convention with a lot of people does not automatically mean it’s a safe place!

In an ideal world it would be, but this place is far from ideal. Be cautious. Try to be with a friend or friends, and if not, try to stay around people as much as you can. Don’t go to hotel rooms of people you do not personally know by yourself. Don’t drink a drink that you have not opened new yourself or that you have left unattended for *any* amount of time. If someone’s creeping you (and legitimately doing so), talk to con staff.

It’s sad that we have to play the game of “pretend anyone and everyone is out to get you”, but better to be safe than sorry.

test-your-luck:

IF YOU WENT TO SAN DIEGO COMIC CON OR KNOW ANYONE WHO HAS, PLEASE READ.
One of my dearest friends was found on the side of the road, unconscious and bloody. She was wearing this cosplay on the day it happened. She was last seen with friends when she ran off after a disagreement. Please, please, please, if you have ANY information or saw her anywhere, contact her mother. The full information is down below. This isn’t okay and it’s sickening to know that this happened at a place people truly can enjoy themselves. Please spread the word.
 ”I just received a call from the San Diego Police Department and my daughter Emily Weyer aka Milly Makara was found on the side of the road covered in blood with no ID unconscious. They are unsure what happened to her. My husband is on his way to the police station and then the hospital. If you have any information on what happened to her please send me a facebook message or call me at 951 229 3394. Thank you in advance”. -JILL WEYER

test-your-luck:

IF YOU WENT TO SAN DIEGO COMIC CON OR KNOW ANYONE WHO HAS, PLEASE READ.

One of my dearest friends was found on the side of the road, unconscious and bloody. She was wearing this cosplay on the day it happened. She was last seen with friends when she ran off after a disagreement. Please, please, please, if you have ANY information or saw her anywhere, contact her mother. The full information is down below. This isn’t okay and it’s sickening to know that this happened at a place people truly can enjoy themselves. Please spread the word.

 ”I just received a call from the San Diego Police Department and my daughter Emily Weyer aka Milly Makara was found on the side of the road covered in blood with no ID unconscious. They are unsure what happened to her. My husband is on his way to the police station and then the hospital. If you have any information on what happened to her please send me a facebook message or call me at 951 229 3394. Thank you in advance”. -JILL WEYER

Send me a Smash Brother and I'll tell you:
Mario: My favorite video game series, and favorite game in the series.
Luigi: A character I would like to see get more attention.
Peach: A character I'd like to get a kiss from.
Bowser: A boss battle that I love
Donkey Kong: A bad guy I'd like to see become good.
Diddy Kong: Favorite sidekick character, or a character I think could use a sidekick.
Yoshi: A character that I think deserves their very own spinoff series.
Wario: A character I don't like in one of my favorite series.
Link: A game or a part of a game that really tested my courage.
Zelda: A game that had the most or one of the most perplexing puzzles.
Sheik: A plot twist I really like.
Ganondorf: An item from a game I'd do anything to have.
Toon Link: A series I think could use a new look.
Samus: A character who's outfit I'd totally wear.
Zero Suit Samus: A character who I'd like more backstory for.
Pit: An older game or series I'd like to see get revived for a sequel.
Ice Climber: A game I love to play with others.
R.O.B.: My favorite gaming accessory.
Kirby: A Character who's abilities you'd love to have.
Metaknight: A gaming mystery you'd really like to see cleared up.
King Dedede: A series you can't get enough of.
Olimar: A game that feels like it took ( or is taking ) forever to be releaed.
Fox: A game you enjoy but other people don't really seem to.
Falco: A game I am unusually good at.
Wolf: A gaming Cliche I'd like to see put to rest.
Captain Falcon: Competitive multiplayer, or co-op?
Pikachu: Favorite Pokemon
Pokemon Trainer: What kind of pet I would have from the world of video games.
Lucario: A game everyone seems to enjoy but you can't get into.
Jigglypuff: A song I really like from a game.
Marth: A game I never played but would really like to.
Ike: My Smash Bros. Mains
Ness: A game I regret not experiencing when It was new.
Lucas: A game I really wish they would localize in my region.
Mr. Game & Watch: Classic games, or modern games?
Snake: A cutscene I really love.
Sonic: My most wanted characters for the next Super Smash Bros. Game
Roy: A character I would replace with another character ( from the same game or a different one )
Mewtwo: A character in one of my favorite series that I wish would make another appearance
Dr. Mario: Favorite Alternate Outfit?
Pichu: Part of a game that makes me question the developer's decision making skills.
Young Link: A game that I consider my childhood.

the-ankle-rocker:

Kamen Rider, the Showa Era, 1971-1989