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February 19, 2014
Vienna has been named the World’s Most Livable City, according to a new global study from Mercer, marking the fifth time that the Austrian capital has taken home the top honors. Baghdad was listed as the worst, and those interested in reading the full list of 223 destinations will find it behind a paywall on Quality of Living sub-section of the Mercer website. (Photo courtesy of Mr. G’s Travels) source

Vienna has been named the World’s Most Livable City, according to a new global study from Mercer, marking the fifth time that the Austrian capital has taken home the top honors. Baghdad was listed as the worst, and those interested in reading the full list of 223 destinations will find it behind a paywall on Quality of Living sub-section of the Mercer website. (Photo courtesy of Mr. G’s Travels) source

16:15 // 8 months ago
December 15, 2013
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November 18, 2013
15:30 // 11 months ago
May 8, 2013

politicalprof:

jeffmiller:

This is the secret to life.

Politicalprof: David Foster Wallace explains it all to you. Listen.

There is no way to overstate how much we recommend taking 10 minutes to watch this video. 

13:49 // 1 year ago
March 15, 2013
15:54 // 1 year ago
December 7, 2012

hypervocal:

This is just scratching the surface for bad 2012s. 

CLICK HERE FOR 38 PEOPLE WHO HAD A WORSE 2012 THAN YOU.

Shockingly, people may have had a worse year than Romney tattoo guy.

17:51 // 1 year ago
May 26, 2012
Without carbon, the building blocks of life cannot exist… So it is reduced carbon that, with hydrogen, with oxygen, with nitrogen make up the organic molecules of life. This research shows, yes - it does exist on Mars and now we are moving to the next set of questions. What happened to it, what was its fate, did it take the next step of creating life on Mars?
Research team leader Dr. Andrew Steele • Giving comment on the findings of he and his team (from the Carnegie Institution for Science), who were investigating the presence of carbon on the planet Mars. Their efforts yielded worthy and interesting results — they determined that, based on meteorite samples, Mars indeed has carbon on it that was not “contaminated” to the planet through Earth, but rather originated there. They determined that the carbon did not spring from life forms, however — this is a so-called -building block’ for life, not a byproduct of it. source (viafollow)
15:03 // 2 years ago
August 21, 2011
It’s official; we have a life. Problem is, we never seem to have any time. There’s a week’s worth of news to cover (or as some might say, post), and it’s kind of a beast. Oh well … but at least we have a life.

It’s official; we have a life. Problem is, we never seem to have any time. There’s a week’s worth of news to cover (or as some might say, post), and it’s kind of a beast. Oh well … but at least we have a life.

22:46 // 3 years ago