Photographs taken inside musical instruments making them look like large and spacious rooms.
If this was my violin from youth, there’d be a tiny sunflower seed lying lonely on the floor.
a reminder from your friendly neighborhood professor:
the crappy paper that you actually turn in will always get a higher grade than the zero you’ll get for the potentially flawless paper that exists only in your head because you panicked and couldn’t bear to write something that you’d convinced yourself wasn’t good enough
I CANNOT REBLOG THIS HARD ENOUGH. Oh please please please understand that something is always better than nothing.
The most important skill to learn in life
Is how to think
even the way he unbuttons his jacket is hot
And it’s actually a proof of his excellent education. A man is expected to open his jacket when he sits down and to close his jacket when he gets up. Well done!
A few months back, a small twitter hashtag got kind of crazy - #overlyhonestmethods
Its a hashtag full of scientists admitting shortcuts in research, along with the daily face palms and annoyances of a scientific lifestyle. Science is hard, yo.
I decided to steal some of the more popular tweets from the trending hashtag along with some random images of scientists from Google image search and combine them. This is the result. it works, I think.
The full album can be found here: http://imgur.com/a/x77kL
for all the glorious scientists in my life
^^^^^^^^^^^^ THIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIS! *dies*
Stars and the Moon. If you’ve never heard this song, give yourself 4.5 minutes to listen to its story. Beautiful.
I’ve lost track of how many times I’ve broken down during the past two semesters. Do you ever get the feeling that you are just completely not able to do anything that’s required of you and your professors are all disappointed in you and you just want to quit and…
Mouth is alive all running inside
And I’m hungry like the wolf.
“Sherlock, you know as well as I do that she is one of the only people we can trust right now. She loves you… and she worries”