“The Incredible Freud”
Can’t wait to see him against the Junggernaut! :D
I believe people see something alien in me and the real reason is that in my youth I was never young and now that I am entering the age of maturity I cannot mature properly. There was a time when I was all ambition and eager to learn, when day after day I felt aggrieved that nature had not, in one of her benvolent moods, stamped on my face with that mark of genius which now and again she bestows on men. Now for a long time I have known I am not a genuis and cannot understand how I ever could have wanted to be one. I am not even very gifted; my whole capacity for work probably springs from my character and from the absence of outstanding intellectual weaknesses…
Sigmund Freud, in a cocaine-influenced letter to his fiancee Martha. (via funwithsynthesizers)
Freud, Jung and the rest of the pack.
Jupiter has at least 63 moons, which are often named after the Roman god’s many lovers. The four largest moons of Jupiter, now called Io, Europa, Ganymede, and Callisto, were discovered by Galileo himself, and are appropriately known today as the Galilean satellites.
Io is the most volcanically active body in our solar system. The sulfur these volcanoes spew out gives Io a blotted yellow-orange appearance that is often compared to a pepperoni pizza. As Io orbits Jupiter, the planet’s immense gravity causes ‘tides’ in Io’s solid surface that rise 300 feet (100 meters) high, generating enough heat for volcanic activity.
The frozen crust of Europa is made up mostly of water ice, and it might hide a liquid ocean holding twice as much water as Earth does. Icy oceans might also exist beneath the crusts of Callisto and Ganymede.
Callisto has the lowest reflectivity, or albedo, of the four Galilean moons. This suggests that its surface might be composed of dark, colorless rock.
List of Jupiter’s MoonsIo, Europa, Ganymede, Callisto, Amalthea, Himalia, Elara, Pasiphae, Sinope, Lysithea, Carme, Ananke, Leda, Thebe, Adrastea, Metis, Callirrhoe, Themisto, Megaclite, Taygete, Chaldene, Harpalyke, Kalyke, Iocaste, Erinome, Isonoe, Praxidike, Autonoe, Thyone, Hermippe, Aitne, Eurydome, Euanthe, Euporie, Orthosie, Sponde, Kale, Pasithee, Hegemone, Mneme, Aoede, Thelxinoe, Arche, Kallichore, Helike, Carpo, Eukelade, Cyllene, Kore, Herse
Credit: NASA Planetary Photojournal