maxeth:

#U wot M8

Burn Gorman’s ALS Ice Bucket Challenge [x]

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keto-enol:

close enough, whatever

keto-enol:

close enough, whatever

magemg:

original here

ngl this is the cutest pacific rim fanvid i’ve ever seen. based on this meme

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inverted-typo:

This is actually a test showing how sponges pump water through themselves for filter feeding!
They simply colored the water around them so you could easily see the process :D

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me in class: wait what happened
me in class: what do we do
me in class: what do we write
me in class: when's the test
me in class: what is this
me in class: how do you do this
me in class: what
esswishlist:

35. Bulbasaur Flowerpot (Succulent Monsters)
x7r found them! :) you can buy these from here or there is a 3D print version
UPDATE! Reason why is the link not working is here :( 

esswishlist:

35. Bulbasaur Flowerpot (Succulent Monsters)

x7r found them! :) you can buy these from here or there is a 3D print version

UPDATE! Reason why is the link not working is here :( 

I went out to a bar last night and I came back with a giant bag of marshmallows. Could have been worse *high fives self*

I went out to a bar last night and I came back with a giant bag of marshmallows. Could have been worse *high fives self*

kurama2212 said: Haha nice K-sci rants. Their biology is really interesting because of the instability of silica at moderate temperatures and their respiratory problems where they would create a solid silicon dioxide waste product if It were oxidized. And silicon based bonds are not very dynamic to form and break like carbon based bonds. I'm wondering if the Kaiju themselves are silicon based but the precursors aren't? Because free silica happens in very hot temps. So do the kaiju have temperature regulators?

keto-enol:

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"millions of flower petals erupt from a volcano, covering an entire village" - (via sunnyskyz, with photos by nick meek)

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Character Study. If ya’ll haven’t seen Burn Gorman in The Oxford Murders then you are missin out

Character Study. If ya’ll haven’t seen Burn Gorman in The Oxford Murders then you are missin out

korybing:

Extinct Animals of the Cambrian to the Cretaceous!
This will be a limited edition 11x17 print exclusively for sale at spx​​ this year!
I love extinct animals, especially lesser-known and non-dinosaur ones. So here are some critters from the Paleozoic through the Mesozoic. Don’t take the period designations too literally, it’s more of a “pretty much around this time” thing, since I couldn’t fit all of them exactly where they should be, scientifically. I’d love to do a sister-image to this with the Cenozoic era!
Here’s a list of the creatures featured!Cambrian PeriodHallucigeniaOpabiniaTrilobite
OrdovicianOrthoceras
SilurianEurypterusNektaspida
DevonianTiktaalikDunkleosteus
CarboniferousAkmonistionPederpesArthropleura
PermianDimetrodonSaroctonus
Early TriassicErythrosuchus
Middle TriassicBatrachotomusCeresiosaurus
Late TriassicOligokyphus
Early JurassicTemnodontosaurus
Late JurassicRhamphorhynchusPterodactylusBrachiosaurusLiopleurodon
Early CretaceousMicroraptorDeinonychusGobiconodon
Late CretaceousProtoceratopsHesperornisCorythosaurus

korybing:

Extinct Animals of the Cambrian to the Cretaceous!

This will be a limited edition 11x17 print exclusively for sale at spx​ this year!

I love extinct animals, especially lesser-known and non-dinosaur ones. So here are some critters from the Paleozoic through the Mesozoic. Don’t take the period designations too literally, it’s more of a “pretty much around this time” thing, since I couldn’t fit all of them exactly where they should be, scientifically. I’d love to do a sister-image to this with the Cenozoic era!

Here’s a list of the creatures featured!
Cambrian Period
Hallucigenia
Opabinia
Trilobite

Ordovician
Orthoceras

Silurian
Eurypterus
Nektaspida

Devonian
Tiktaalik
Dunkleosteus

Carboniferous
Akmonistion
Pederpes
Arthropleura

Permian
Dimetrodon
Saroctonus

Early Triassic
Erythrosuchus

Middle Triassic
Batrachotomus
Ceresiosaurus

Late Triassic
Oligokyphus

Early Jurassic
Temnodontosaurus

Late Jurassic
Rhamphorhynchus
Pterodactylus
Brachiosaurus
Liopleurodon

Early Cretaceous
Microraptor
Deinonychus
Gobiconodon

Late Cretaceous
Protoceratops
Hesperornis
Corythosaurus

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Whose ready for school cuz I’m not

Whose ready for school cuz I’m not