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29th July 2014

Photo reblogged from like a physicist with 1,611 notes

asapscience:

So there’s a 100% chance we’ll find new life in the ocean, then? 
via ScienceAlert

asapscience:

So there’s a 100% chance we’ll find new life in the ocean, then? 

via ScienceAlert

Source: asapscience

29th July 2014

Photo reblogged from Scars At Their Finest with 95 notes

richardeffinivey:

A stylized hand of Fatima in a traditional woodcut style.

richardeffinivey:

A stylized hand of Fatima in a traditional woodcut style.

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28th July 2014

Photoset reblogged from Tim 'Livewire' Shieff with 75,614 notes

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27th July 2014

Photo reblogged from It's the Little things with 157,907 notes

theblackoaksyndicate:

beautifrei:

offside-goal:

Omg chill

this is some airbending shit right here


Xiaolin Soccer was the shit!

theblackoaksyndicate:

beautifrei:

offside-goal:

Omg chill

this is some airbending shit right here

Xiaolin Soccer was the shit!

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27th July 2014

Photoset reblogged from Wet Toast and Cereal with 314,048 notes

adamrichins:

perrymdoig:

chubbypixel:

sneaky-snakes:

[incontrollable noises of want]

oh look the grumping room

Finally, a game collection that actually includes SEGA CD. Kudos, mega-nerd.

This is what my dream room will look like. Shelby wants a library, I want this.

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27th July 2014

Photo reblogged from Salt4life with 119 notes

forthesakeofmovement:

Tim Farley was born on the planet vegeta. Through years of throwing clean twists and kicks in the hyperbolic time chamber, he was able to become a super sayin. Some say that it wasn’t actually Goku who defeated the nefarious Frieza. It was actually Tim Farley who defeated him. Tim showed Frieza his triple cork and his snatch cannon. And as a result, Frieza fangirled so hard he died. Goku just stole all the credit.
Scientist speculate that Tim can twists so fast that he can travel into twenty seconds into the future. 

forthesakeofmovement:

Tim Farley was born on the planet vegeta. Through years of throwing clean twists and kicks in the hyperbolic time chamber, he was able to become a super sayin. Some say that it wasn’t actually Goku who defeated the nefarious Frieza. It was actually Tim Farley who defeated him. Tim showed Frieza his triple cork and his snatch cannon. And as a result, Frieza fangirled so hard he died. Goku just stole all the credit.

Scientist speculate that Tim can twists so fast that he can travel into twenty seconds into the future. 

Source: forthesakeofmovement

27th July 2014

Photo reblogged from Salt4life with 219 notes

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27th July 2014

Photoset reblogged from Untitled with 9,633 notes

cross-connect:

NeSpoon is a street artist from Warsaw, Poland. Her artistic focus is on the intricate patterns of lace, and breaking its granny stereotype by using it to beautify gritty urban spaces. NeSpoon calls her artistic approach the “jewellery of the public space”:

Jewellery makes people look pretty, my public jewellery has the same goal, make public places look better.

NeSpoon often uses the usual spray paint and stencils of enlarged lace patterns to produce her works on the street via

artist find at Lustik

Source: cross-connect.cc

25th July 2014

Photoset reblogged from kite strings and comet tails... with 306,589 notes

Meet Biddy, The Travelling Hedgehog

Those of us who want to travel but do not have the time or the money finally have a solution – we can travel in spirit together with Biddy the hedgehog, a little guy on Instagram whose travel photos are becoming insanely popular.

Toni DeWeese and Tom Unterseher, Biddy’s two loving owners in Oregon, take him on adventures almost every week throughout the Pacific Northwest. He visits mountains, forests, waterfalls, and the occasional donut shop.

[instagram] [h/t: catsbeaversandducks]

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25th July 2014

Photoset reblogged from sagan|sense with 2,428 notes

spaceplasma:

Animations of Saturn’s aurorae

Earth isn’t the only planet in the solar system with spectacular light shows. Both Jupiter and Saturn have magnetic fields much stronger than Earth’s. Auroras also have been observed on the surfaces of Venus, Mars and even on moons (e.g. Io, Europa, and Ganymede). The auroras on Saturn are created when solar wind particles are channeled into the planet’s magnetic field toward its poles, where they interact with electrically charged gas (plasma) in the upper atmosphere and emit light. Aurora features on Saturn can also be caused by electromagnetic waves generated when its moons move through the plasma that fills the planet’s magnetosphere.  The main source is the small moon Enceladus, which ejects water vapor from the geysers on its south pole, a portion of which is ionized. The interaction between Saturn’s magnetosphere and the solar wind generates bright oval aurorae around the planet’s poles observed in visible, infrared and ultraviolet light. The aurorae of Saturn are highly variable. Their location and brightness strongly depends on the Solar wind pressure: the aurorae become brighter and move closer to the poles when the Solar wind pressure increases.

Credit: ESA/Hubble (M. Kornmesser & L. Calçada)

Source: spaceplasma