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  Lol. 9gag always cheers me up.

  Lol. 9gag always cheers me up.

Beautiful idea.

Found at #ScienceAlert’s FB.

What if famous companies would frankly say what their products are good for (or what they actually are)?
While in real life,honesty is a good treat, in advertising it might be a bit complicated to tell the truth about a product…

Found at #visualnews; created by #Clif Dickens.

(I personally like the smell of AXE, that’s why I use it myself,but okay…)

Michael Wollff about what really counts for clients.

Found at #the curious brain via 99u.

Found at #the curious brain via #designcrush.

Found at #the curious brain via #designcrush.

Dir en Grey - 蛍火

Good morning from Pluto!Big news - while scientists have - up to now - assumed that icy,far off worlds like Pluto are simply too cold to have any liquid water, this might be soon contradicted. With the detection/ assumption of liquids on Europa and Enceladus, the search for water within our Solar System has just begun, and there might be more of our neighbors who “hdd” liquid water beneath there surface as we have thought.The clue lays in the relationship between Charon, pluto’s biggest moon (more than half its diameter,which makes it one of the biggest natural satellites compared to their “parental planet”); scientists assume that, like our moon, Charon has been formed thanks to a collision of a big object with Pluto, throwing enough material into its orbit to form a moon. The heat of this event, however, might have lead to a melt of materials on Pluto’s surface and the liquids might have been stored on Pluto’s surface, and maybe there are still liquids to find.To read more about possible oceans on Pluto,go to:http://www.iflscience.com/space/subsurface-ocean-pluto
Found at #IFLS.

Good morning from Pluto!
Big news - while scientists have - up to now - assumed that icy,far off worlds like Pluto are simply too cold to have any liquid water, this might be soon contradicted. With the detection/ assumption of liquids on Europa and Enceladus, the search for water within our Solar System has just begun, and there might be more of our neighbors who “hdd” liquid water beneath there surface as we have thought.
The clue lays in the relationship between Charon, pluto’s biggest moon (more than half its diameter,which makes it one of the biggest natural satellites compared to their “parental planet”); scientists assume that, like our moon, Charon has been formed thanks to a collision of a big object with Pluto, throwing enough material into its orbit to form a moon. The heat of this event, however, might have lead to a melt of materials on Pluto’s surface and the liquids might have been stored on Pluto’s surface, and maybe there are still liquids to find.
To read more about possible oceans on Pluto,go to:
http://www.iflscience.com/space/subsurface-ocean-pluto

Found at #IFLS.

Maybe a nice idea to celebrate birthday in a new way this time.