thebeakerblog:

"Mathematically, even though we’ve made thousands of them, they’re impossible to make." - Erik Demaine describing the hyperbolic paraboloid on WNPR’s The Colin McEnroe Show. (Image Credit: Flickr Creative Commons, Stewart)

thebeakerblog:

"Mathematically, even though we’ve made thousands of them, they’re impossible to make." - Erik Demaine describing the hyperbolic paraboloid on WNPR’s The Colin McEnroe Show. (Image Credit: Flickr Creative Commons, Stewart)

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theeconomist:

Kal’s cartoon: this week, policing in America

theeconomist:

Kal’s cartoon: this week, policing in America

good:

What’s wrong with our food system?

incidentalcomics:

The Shape of Ideas

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romainlaurent:One Loop Portrait a Week - #41
Bowen Slate-Greene doesnt quite know how to get off the wall
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romainlaurent:

One Loop Portrait a Week - #41

Bowen Slate-Greene doesnt quite know how to get off the wall

www.romain-laurent.com
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"1,225%"

That’s how much the price of college in America has increased over the past 4 decades

That is not a typo. 

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(Source: forbes)

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axetemptation:

What do you find tempting that others might find strange? “When I see a crunchy leaf, I have to step on it.” - Female, 21, Oregon
Created by David Brandon Geeting
Notes:The tree with the largest simple leaf in North America is the bigleaf magnolia. Its leaf can grow up to 35 inches long.

axetemptation:

What do you find tempting that others might find strange? “When I see a crunchy leaf, I have to step on it.” - Female, 21, Oregon

Created by David Brandon Geeting

Notes:
The tree with the largest simple leaf in North America is the bigleaf magnolia. Its leaf can grow up to 35 inches long.