WAY too excited (about awesome stuff)

short rantings about cool things
usually with the word fuck thrown in carelessly.
npr:

An image of the Earth and moon, taken from the Galileo spacecraft at a distance of about 3.9 million miles. Marcelo Gleiser of NPR’s 13.7 blog writes:

“Far into the future, with the continuous slowing-down of Earth’s spin, a day will last about 47 hours and the distance to the Moon will be 43 percent longer than today.”

But we certainly won’t be around to see it. That is, unless you can survive the explosion of the sun. — rachel
Photo: NASA

npr:

An image of the Earth and moon, taken from the Galileo spacecraft at a distance of about 3.9 million miles. Marcelo Gleiser of NPR’s 13.7 blog writes:

“Far into the future, with the continuous slowing-down of Earth’s spin, a day will last about 47 hours and the distance to the Moon will be 43 percent longer than today.”

But we certainly won’t be around to see it. That is, unless you can survive the explosion of the sun. — rachel

Photo: NASA

Captures off of video.  Super intense lightning storm.  #storm #lightning #colorado #denver (Taken with Instagram at Hotel Boulderado)

Captures off of video. Super intense lightning storm. #storm #lightning #colorado #denver (Taken with Instagram at Hotel Boulderado)

It finally happened. Burger Pizza.

From gifhound

So yeah - my town looks pretty cool.