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22 Jul 2014

p5art:

The second version of Hemesh, a library for creating and modifying 3D geometry is out.

I’ve not had the time to play with it but hopefully I will at some point soonish!

22 Jul 2014

p5art:

A real treasure trove! :) From total beginner to more advanced.

22 Jul 2014

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21 Jul 2014

21 Jul 2014

colin-vian:

 MORI-ART- MOO  

colin-vian:

 MORI-ART- MOO  

21 Jul 2014

20 Jul 2014

20 Jul 2014

scienceyoucanlove:

mini-truth:

pussyharvest:

jesuswithalacefront:

gadaboutgreen:

scienceyoucanlove:




How many women can you guess? Do you remember/know what each one of them did/discovered?
Once you make your guess, head over to All Science, All the Time to see if you were right:http://ow.ly/pXjrG






source

Oh wow, that’s AN AWESOME LIST OF WHITE WOMEN SCIENTISTS! But how could you forget:
Asima Chatterjee: The awesome Indian woman who help discover drugs we use to treat cancer, malaria, and epilepsy!ORChien-Shiung Wu: THE FIRST LADY OF PHYSICS?! OR WHADDABOUTEllen Ochoa: The first Latina in SPACE! AND the First Latina Director of the Johnson Space Center.Oo, and don’t forget!!Flossie Wong-Staal: The woman that successfully map HIV and pave the way to prove that HIV causes AIDS. GURL!Mae Jemison: First Black woman IN SPACE!!! And worked the first flight into space after the Challenger Accident.But don’t stop!Patricia Bath: The First Black woman doctor awarded a patent for a medical device: a laser that removes cataracts! (Fancy that!)AND THE BOSSEST!Shirley Ann Jackson: The first Black woman to earn a PhD from MIT in nuclear physics.
Hot damn! Women of Color in Science!!! 

reblogging solely for the criticisms and shade.

I’m fucking cackling

Smh @ white feminism

This is probably the last mother fucking time I’m going to make this statement since this post started getting notes again. The fucking fact that I am a black woman in science and that I post POC in STEM fields all the fucking time (plus, the week I posted this was focused on scientists, most of whom were/are women and POC in science and other STEM fields) alone is proof that all of these annoying ass people on tumblr who can’t take five milliseconds to actually look at my blog or the context through which something was posted (i.e. a week where I focused on scientists which included MANY MANY posts about women of colour in science and STEM) need to sit the fuck down and shut up. Stop coming on to my blog and in to life with stupid bullshit about how ‘racist’ my posts are if it’s too hard to actually look at the # of POC I’ve posted in the wake of the fact that one damn post abt science had a bunch of white people on it. Because people are fucking irritating me, because when I post POC in STEM or did 28 days of black people in STEM in Feb no one says shit, because when I talk about women (and men) excelling in STEM in non-Western countries,no body gives a fuck but people keep saying shit about this fucking post. 

This is why you should always check your sources before you   share something. Check mate!

scienceyoucanlove:

mini-truth:

pussyharvest:

jesuswithalacefront:

gadaboutgreen:

scienceyoucanlove:

How many women can you guess? Do you remember/know what each one of them did/discovered?

Once you make your guess, head over to All Science, All the Time to see if you were right:http://ow.ly/pXjrG

Oh wow, that’s AN AWESOME LIST OF WHITE WOMEN SCIENTISTS! But how could you forget:

Asima Chatterjee: The awesome Indian woman who help discover drugs we use to treat cancer, malaria, and epilepsy!

OR

Chien-Shiung Wu: THE FIRST LADY OF PHYSICS?! 

OR WHADDABOUT

Ellen Ochoa: The first Latina in SPACE! AND the First Latina Director of the Johnson Space Center.

Oo, and don’t forget!!

Flossie Wong-Staal: The woman that successfully map HIV and pave the way to prove that HIV causes AIDS. 

GURL!

Mae Jemison: First Black woman IN SPACE!!! And worked the first flight into space after the Challenger Accident.

But don’t stop!

Patricia Bath: The First Black woman doctor awarded a patent for a medical device: a laser that removes cataracts! (Fancy that!)

AND THE BOSSEST!

Shirley Ann Jackson: The first Black woman to earn a PhD from MIT in nuclear physics.

Hot damn! Women of Color in Science!!! 

reblogging solely for the criticisms and shade.

I’m fucking cackling

Smh @ white feminism

This is probably the last mother fucking time I’m going to make this statement since this post started getting notes again. The fucking fact that I am a black woman in science and that I post POC in STEM fields all the fucking time (plus, the week I posted this was focused on scientists, most of whom were/are women and POC in science and other STEM fields) alone is proof that all of these annoying ass people on tumblr who can’t take five milliseconds to actually look at my blog or the context through which something was posted (i.e. a week where I focused on scientists which included MANY MANY posts about women of colour in science and STEM) need to sit the fuck down and shut up. Stop coming on to my blog and in to life with stupid bullshit about how ‘racist’ my posts are if it’s too hard to actually look at the # of POC I’ve posted in the wake of the fact that one damn post abt science had a bunch of white people on it. Because people are fucking irritating me, because when I post POC in STEM or did 28 days of black people in STEM in Feb no one says shit, because when I talk about women (and men) excelling in STEM in non-Western countries,no body gives a fuck but people keep saying shit about this fucking post. 

This is why you should always check your sources before you share something. Check mate!

20 Jul 2014

fathom-the-universe:

The physics of musicThese patterns are made with nothing but sound. They are called Chladni patterns, after the German physicist Ernst Chladni (1756–1827) who used his violin bow to vibrate a metal plate with sand on it. A pattern appears in the sand when a surface is made to vibrate at certain resonances. A plate or membrane vibrating at resonance is divided into regions vibrating in opposite directions, bounded by lines of zero vibration called nodal lines. The sand is moved around the plate and collects at the nodes on the plate. The patterns that form are highly symmetrical and beautiful.Fathom the Universe

fathom-the-universe:

The physics of music

These patterns are made with nothing but sound. They are called Chladni patterns, after the German physicist Ernst Chladni (1756–1827) who used his violin bow to vibrate a metal plate with sand on it. A pattern appears in the sand when a surface is made to vibrate at certain resonances. A plate or membrane vibrating at resonance is divided into regions vibrating in opposite directions, bounded by lines of zero vibration called nodal lines. The sand is moved around the plate and collects at the nodes on the plate. The patterns that form are highly symmetrical and beautiful.


Fathom the Universe

20 Jul 2014

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