the manuscripts of the masters: scientists

albert einstein, ph.d., physics
marie curie, ph.d., physics, chemistry
nikola tesla, electrical&mechanical engineering
george washington carver, m.s., botany
rosalind franklin, ph.d., biophysics
charles darwin, evolutionary biology
thomas edison, electrical&mechanical engineering
tiny-creatures:

Each week a woman in Hampshire, England, suspends two coconuts on string from a washing line and watches the squirrels go crazy, according to Sky News.

She said: “I make a large hole in the coconut so that they can get into the flesh. The first time I saw them feeding I nearly died laughing, they looked just like a pair of spacemen.

tiny-creatures:

Each week a woman in Hampshire, England, suspends two coconuts on string from a washing line and watches the squirrels go crazy, according to Sky News.

She said: “I make a large hole in the coconut so that they can get into the flesh. The first time I saw them feeding I nearly died laughing, they looked just like a pair of spacemen.

kelpls:

necromancer in training + his pets

kelpls:

necromancer in training + his pets

illegiblemessss:

The Princess Bride.

“Life is pain. Anyone who says differently is selling something.”

(Source: lilymaylovelesss)

kingcheddarxvii:

Not the heroes we thought we needed but the heroes we really needed all along

kingcheddarxvii:

Not the heroes we thought we needed but the heroes we really needed all along

(Source: shopjeen)

the-right-writing:

In real life, pretty much everybody reacts to tragedy differently. So why is it that every author has their pet reaction to tragedy that all their characters use? Not only is it unrealistic, but it takes away the chance for the characters’ different reactions to reveal…