what the what?
that meek yawner in charlotte, these are things around tumblr and elsewhere i think are worth spreading around. if you'd like to see some of my own photographic works please visit matthewkearney.tumblr.com
what the what?
Remove all the space within the atoms making up the human body, and every person that’s ever lived would fit inside a baseball.
(Source: , via we-are-star-stuff)
The Two Commandments
Wealth Inequality In America
please watch this
You may have heard Republicans shrieking over the last few days that President Obama’s proposal to raising the minimum wage by a tiny bit would signal the end of the world— or at least an increase in unemployment. This has, more or less, been the party line of the Party of Greed and Selfishness since 1933 when the first U.S. minimum wage law passed and since 1938 after a right-wing Supreme Court tossed it out and it had to be repassed by Congress. Their concern trolling about unemployment has always been a lie and is always being proven to be a lie, not that that ever slows them down.
yes, yes it will
bEST LINE IN ANy SONG EveR
Beautiful Pipedream of the Day: U.S. High Speed Rail Map
Curb your enthusiasm, this is not an actual map of the U.S. high speed rail, but a concept map designed by Alfred Twu. The artist’s vision for a nationwide high-speed rail system (220 miles-per-hour) would run across the entire country from coast-to-coast and make stops at a number of major cities and metropolitan areas along the way. In harsh reality, however, hopes for jump-starting the national infrastructure project seems to be hanging by a thread at the moment, which is already overdue when compared to other nations in the industrialized world.
Remember when your high school teacher told you income distribution was supposed to look like a bell curve? In the words of Jon Evans of Techcruch, “Oh, how naïve my teachers were.”
Looks more like a power law graph.