theleakypen:

bubonickitten:

makingfists:

My physics major brother and I have this half-joking argument about once a month over whose major is better or does more for society, and he sent me this picture once as a peace offering. 

can humanities/sciences be my otp
is that a thing i can ship
they just work so well together


Science/Humanities? I ship it.

theleakypen:

bubonickitten:

makingfists:

My physics major brother and I have this half-joking argument about once a month over whose major is better or does more for society, and he sent me this picture once as a peace offering. 

can humanities/sciences be my otp

is that a thing i can ship

they just work so well together

Science/Humanities? I ship it.

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theweekmagazine:

The self-cleaning, glare-free glass 
MIT researchers have unveiled a new technique which “virtually eliminates reflections, producing glass that is almost unrecognizable because of its absence of glare.” The days of straining your eyes or posing awkwardly to see your tablet screen better seem to be coming to an end. The team released a video of the new wonder glass, which doesn’t fog up, easily repels water, and can rid itself of dust and lint.
The groundbreaking technology works using microscopic, cone-shaped grooves measuring in the nanometers, which, while indistinguishable to the human eye, give the glass its near-magical properties. The researchers say the technique could easily be reproduced en masse to be applied to any number of every day objects: eyeglasses, cameras, TV sets, windows, and a countless other possibilities. Check it out

theweekmagazine:

The self-cleaning, glare-free glass 

MIT researchers have unveiled a new technique which “virtually eliminates reflections, producing glass that is almost unrecognizable because of its absence of glare.” The days of straining your eyes or posing awkwardly to see your tablet screen better seem to be coming to an end. The team released a video of the new wonder glass, which doesn’t fog up, easily repels water, and can rid itself of dust and lint.

The groundbreaking technology works using microscopic, cone-shaped grooves measuring in the nanometers, which, while indistinguishable to the human eye, give the glass its near-magical properties. The researchers say the technique could easily be reproduced en masse to be applied to any number of every day objects: eyeglasses, cameras, TV sets, windows, and a countless other possibilities. Check it out