It’s Monday again. Do you need a pick-me-up? Have some hilarious quotes from The Lego Movie. You’re welcome and everything is awesome.





Why don’t astronauts just visit the sun at night?

um obviously because it will be too dark to see anything, there’s no point, also because the sun is trying to sleep we wouldn’t want to disturb it

they also risk falling through the gaps in the vast network of bones which comprises the solar surface

As a scientist I can confirm.


The Cosmic Web:

Observations and simulations of the intergalactic medium reveal the largest structures in the universe

by Robert Simcoe

There is no such thing as empty space. The idea of absolute emptiness realizes its closest approximation in the barren expanses between the stars and the galaxies, but even the most remote corners of the universe are suffused with very low density gas—which becomes increasingly rarefied as one ventures farther away from the places where galaxies consort.

Consider this fact: In the air we breathe, each cubic centimeter contains roughly 5 X 1019 atoms. In contrast, the intergalactic medium has a density of only 10–6 particles per cubic centimeter—each atom inhabits a private box a meter on each side.

This would seem to suggest that there is not much matter in the intergalactic medium. But, given the enormous volume between the galaxies, it quickly adds up: The combined atomic mass of intergalactic gas exceeds the combined atomic mass of all the stars and galaxies in the universe—possibly by as much as 50 percent! There is indeed something in empty space.

As cosmologists construct new narratives of the universe’s evolution from its beginning—the Big Bang—to the present day, it is becoming clear that we must understand the physics of intergalactic matter if we are to write the history of how the galaxies, stars and planets formed. In the past decade, rapid advances in both the design of telescopes and computing power have allowed us to study the remote corners of intergalactic space in unprecedented detail. These new results deepen our understanding of how the grandest structures in the universe formed and evolved…

(read more: American Scientist)

Images courtesy of Renyue Cen, Princeton University


no one’s ever been able to explain the difference between romantic love and how you love your friends, besides jealousy and possessiveness and monogamy. people are always like “butterflies” or some bullshit and im just. are yall okay? that sounds uncomfortable


*points at romance* what the FUCK is that


"A queerplatonic partner is just a friend, why do you need a fancy name for it?"



stop callin everything that looks cool “porn” and saying that good food “turns you on” like damn why do y’all have to make everything so fuckin sexual 


This is just your friendly reminder that romance repulsed aros exist and are very important and absolutely wonderful


enough about sex positions has anyone discovered a reading position which doesn’t get uncomfortable after 5 minutes