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I love you enough to tell you no. It would be dishonest of me and unfair to you to only tell you what you want to hear.

womensweardaily:

Fine Jewelry Trend: Treasure Trove
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Many designers found inspiration in ancient artifacts, including everything from coins to carvings. Here, a piece from VMT.

womensweardaily:

Fine Jewelry Trend: Treasure Trove

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Many designers found inspiration in ancient artifacts, including everything from coins to carvings. Here, a piece from VMT.

thecraftychemist:

thatscienceguy:

Math is Beautiful, math is the absolute truth and that makes it beautiful. Mathematicians even go so far as calling it an art form. 

mathematics, rightly viewed, possesses not only truth, but supreme beauty — a beauty cold and austere, like that of sculpture, without appeal to any part of our weaker nature, without the gorgeous trappings of painting or music, yet sublimely pure, and capable of a stern perfection such as only the greatest art can show - Bertrand Russel 

One of the most amazing equations, in my opinion, is the Lorentz factor, 

Virtually all of the mathematics behind Einsteins theory or special relativity can be reduced back to this one, simple equation. basically, these few lines describe exactly what happens when you travel close to the speed of light, and the fact that it is as simple and short as it is, is beautiful.

I love this because it’s so simple. This same factor is used in the calculation of relativistic increases in mass (the faster you go the more energy starts increasing mass instead of increasing your speed, or rather momentum seeing as the mass ‘increase’ is only perceived in the direction it is traveling in), time dilation where time is slowed for the person who is traveling close to the speed of light (relative to outside observers), and appearing to contract the length of the thing moving at that speed till it’s essentially a line segment (but only as viewed by observers - you wouldn’t feel a thing if you were traveling in a space ship traveling that fast provided you are not accelerating). 
So how fast would you need to travel for 1 day to last a year? (from your perspective - to the outsider only a day has passed.) 

Well, you’d have to be moving at more than 86% of the speed of light to double the length of time compared to a relative observer. So to increase the length of a day to a year you’d need to be moving at 99.999625% of the speed of light. Of course the amount of energy required to do something like that is unfathomable and to accelerate to that velocity without being crushed to death would take about a year on it’s own (again from an outsiders perspective - really good discussion on this forum BTW).
Time dilation, length dilation, relativistic mass, ect. calculators here
What it’s like for an observer on a relativistic space ship here

thecraftychemist:

thatscienceguy:

Math is Beautiful, math is the absolute truth and that makes it beautiful. Mathematicians even go so far as calling it an art form. 

mathematics, rightly viewed, possesses not only truth, but supreme beauty — a beauty cold and austere, like that of sculpture, without appeal to any part of our weaker nature, without the gorgeous trappings of painting or music, yet sublimely pure, and capable of a stern perfection such as only the greatest art can show - Bertrand Russel 

One of the most amazing equations, in my opinion, is the Lorentz factor, 

Virtually all of the mathematics behind Einsteins theory or special relativity can be reduced back to this one, simple equation. basically, these few lines describe exactly what happens when you travel close to the speed of light, and the fact that it is as simple and short as it is, is beautiful.

I love this because it’s so simple. This same factor is used in the calculation of relativistic increases in mass (the faster you go the more energy starts increasing mass instead of increasing your speed, or rather momentum seeing as the mass ‘increase’ is only perceived in the direction it is traveling in), time dilation where time is slowed for the person who is traveling close to the speed of light (relative to outside observers), and appearing to contract the length of the thing moving at that speed till it’s essentially a line segment (but only as viewed by observers - you wouldn’t feel a thing if you were traveling in a space ship traveling that fast provided you are not accelerating).

So how fast would you need to travel for 1 day to last a year? (from your perspective - to the outsider only a day has passed.) 

Well, you’d have to be moving at more than 86% of the speed of light to double the length of time compared to a relative observer. So to increase the length of a day to a year you’d need to be moving at 99.999625% of the speed of light. Of course the amount of energy required to do something like that is unfathomable and to accelerate to that velocity without being crushed to death would take about a year on it’s own (again from an outsiders perspective - really good discussion on this forum BTW).

Time dilation, length dilation, relativistic mass, ect. calculators here

What it’s like for an observer on a relativistic space ship here

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soulmahogany:

A Queen…

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Tosin , Edmonton
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Tosin , Edmonton

@LordSki

www.LordSki.com

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brosephstawlin:

Sweet Treats For the Kids

OHMYFUCKINGGAWD I am way to high to be watching this shit! Bruh!

"No this ain’t prison food muthafucka"

Yo there has to be more I need another one!

This shit had me dying, cause she got her hair wrapped & cursing people out lmao this Black auntie aesthetics 101

I’m here for it!!!

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