21. Finance Major.


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01
Sep

35736N

kgm42986:

izziesworldofizzie:

stagecoachjessi:

Classic Hollywood Bloopers

And the greatest Hollywood blooper of all time:

These are WONDERFUL

01
Sep

746N

Coleman & Capaldi seen together on Doctor Who sets [x] [x] [x] [x]

01
Sep

459462N
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Sep

33472N
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Sep

13174N
01
Sep

4275N

zoewashburne:

bastardfromabasket:

Remember when Breaking Bad ended their season with a slow zoom into a potted plant and it was simultaneously the most revelatory and upsetting thing that’s ever happened?

#remember when breaking bad ended with hank taking a dump

01
Sep

2235N
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Sep

115N
01
Sep

92N
space-pics:

The Crescent Nebula [2258×1500]http://space-pics.tumblr.com/

space-pics:

The Crescent Nebula [2258×1500]
http://space-pics.tumblr.com/

01
Sep

236N
sciencesoup:

The Possibility of Intelligent Life
The Drake Equation is a famous attempt to mathematically estimate the number of technologically advanced civilisations in our galaxy. The equation was formulated in 1961 by Dr. Frank Drake (currently on the Board of SETI), and it identifies specific developmental factors and presents them as variables that narrow down the estimate. The equation looks like this:

N = R* • fp • ne • fl • fi • fc • L

R is the average rate of star formation per year in our galaxy, fp is the fraction of stars with planets, ne is the number of Earth-like worlds within one of these star systems, fl is the fraction of those planets where life develops, fi is the fraction where intelligent life develops, fc is the fraction of intelligent life that develops a technology that releases detectable signs of their existence into space—and finally, L is length of time that these signals are sent. Currently, Drake’s own estimate is that there are 10,000 technologically-advanced civilizations in the Milky Way. Of course, we don’t have definite figures for most of these variables so an accurate answer is nearly impossible, but the calculating itself stimulates intellectual curiosity, helping us realise what a successful product of cosmic evolution we are. 

sciencesoup:

The Possibility of Intelligent Life

The Drake Equation is a famous attempt to mathematically estimate the number of technologically advanced civilisations in our galaxy. The equation was formulated in 1961 by Dr. Frank Drake (currently on the Board of SETI), and it identifies specific developmental factors and presents them as variables that narrow down the estimate. The equation looks like this:

N = R* • fp • ne • fl • fi • fc • L

R is the average rate of star formation per year in our galaxy, fp is the fraction of stars with planets, ne is the number of Earth-like worlds within one of these star systems, fl is the fraction of those planets where life develops, fi is the fraction where intelligent life develops, fc is the fraction of intelligent life that develops a technology that releases detectable signs of their existence into space—and finally, L is length of time that these signals are sent. Currently, Drake’s own estimate is that there are 10,000 technologically-advanced civilizations in the Milky Way. Of course, we don’t have definite figures for most of these variables so an accurate answer is nearly impossible, but the calculating itself stimulates intellectual curiosity, helping us realise what a successful product of cosmic evolution we are. 

01
Sep

5N
01
Sep

540248N

nintendorking:

tropicaziall:

smoke-thc-drop-lsd:

why am i laughing

ITS BACK

yoohoo big summer blow out

01
Sep

127N
wistfullycountry:

Switzerland by Ddamski damski on We Heart It.

wistfullycountry:

Switzerland by Ddamski damski on We Heart It.

The Bund was lit up for the night! #studyabroad #china #shanghai #thebund #nanjingroad

The Bund was lit up for the night! #studyabroad #china #shanghai #thebund #nanjingroad

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