threesquarecats

threesquarecats i just repost things i find inspiring, interesting, educational, and inane.

Reblogged from howstuffworks

howstuffworks:

RIP Cereals: 34 Parts of A Complete Breakfast That Are No Longer With Us 

Remember any of these? See the whole gallery at Stuff You Should Know.

weareteachers:

We might just set this to music.

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weareteachers:

We might just set this to music.

Reblogged from makemelaughblog

awkwardsituationist:

the easter bunny donated his body to science

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awkwardsituationist:

the easter bunny donated his body to science

weareteachers:

On the top ten list of questions that drive teachers CRAZY.

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weareteachers:

On the top ten list of questions that drive teachers CRAZY.

currentsinbiology:

rkherman:

A different take on the typical plant cell diagram. I decided to emphasize the vast quatities of organelles inside just one cell, as opposed to most diagrams that show and label 1-2 of each organelle.

YES, cells are stuffed with stuff!

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currentsinbiology:

rkherman:

A different take on the typical plant cell diagram. I decided to emphasize the vast quatities of organelles inside just one cell, as opposed to most diagrams that show and label 1-2 of each organelle.

YES, cells are stuffed with stuff!

genericlatino:

Rosalind Elsie Franklin [via]
h/t: women-in-science

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genericlatino:

Rosalind Elsie Franklin [via]

h/t: women-in-science

Reblogged from smithsonianlibraries

Reblogged from science-junkie

neuromorphogenesis:

Language and Your Brain

For centuries, researchers have studied the brain to find exactly where mechanisms for producing and interpreting language reside. Theories abound on how humans acquire new languages and how our developing brains learn to process languages.

By Voxy.

weareteachers:

The incomparable Roald Dahl. 

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weareteachers:

The incomparable Roald Dahl.