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Apr 22
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(Source: mf-doom, via goddess-of-smut)

Apr 20
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Easter egg hunting.
Happy Easter from another world.
#doodle

Easter egg hunting.
Happy Easter from another world.
#doodle

Apr 17
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cabinporn:

A toue (shepherd’s shelter) in the Pyrénées.
Submitted by Catherine Cussy.

cabinporn:

A toue (shepherd’s shelter) in the Pyrénées.

Submitted by Catherine Cussy.

Apr 14
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astrodidact:

"Blood Moon" Lunar Eclipse Can Be Seen This Week, First Time in 2 Years

A dusty red moon known as a “blood moon” will be visible throughout the Western Hemisphere early Tuesday morning, the first of four such lunar eclipses over the next year and a half.
The blood moon will appear during what is the first total lunar eclipse in two years.
A lunar eclipse comes only when a full moon aligns perfectly with the sun and Earth. During the eclipse, the Earth’s shadow is cast across the moon, blocking the rays from the sun.
The moon turns red during an eclipse because the sunlight is refracted, similar to the way it is bent during a sunset.
Scientists say the eclipse will first appear dark gray and then turn red-orange.
For those in the tri-state area, the eclipse will begin at 1:58 a.m. Tuesday, and last for more than three hours. The best viewing time will be when everything is perfectly aligned, starting at 3:07 a.m., lasting 78 minutes.
Three other blood moons will be visible Oct. 8, April 4, 2015 and Sept. 28, 2015.
http://www.nbcnewyork.com/news/local/Blood-Moon-Lunar-Eclipse-Tuesday-Where-to-See-When-to-See-255078771.html

astrodidact:

"Blood Moon" Lunar Eclipse Can Be Seen This Week, First Time in 2 Years

A dusty red moon known as a “blood moon” will be visible throughout the Western Hemisphere early Tuesday morning, the first of four such lunar eclipses over the next year and a half.

The blood moon will appear during what is the first total lunar eclipse in two years.

A lunar eclipse comes only when a full moon aligns perfectly with the sun and Earth. During the eclipse, the Earth’s shadow is cast across the moon, blocking the rays from the sun.

The moon turns red during an eclipse because the sunlight is refracted, similar to the way it is bent during a sunset.

Scientists say the eclipse will first appear dark gray and then turn red-orange.

For those in the tri-state area, the eclipse will begin at 1:58 a.m. Tuesday, and last for more than three hours. The best viewing time will be when everything is perfectly aligned, starting at 3:07 a.m., lasting 78 minutes.

Three other blood moons will be visible Oct. 8, April 4, 2015 and Sept. 28, 2015.

http://www.nbcnewyork.com/news/local/Blood-Moon-Lunar-Eclipse-Tuesday-Where-to-See-When-to-See-255078771.html

(via galaxyclusters)

Apr 12
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hifructosemag:

littlelimpstiff14u2:

Miguel Chevalier spreads Magic Carpets 2014 over Sacre Coeur in Morocco

Miguel Chevalier (born 1959) is a French digital artist known internationally as one of the pioneers of virtual art.

‘Magic Carpets 2014′ by French artist Miguel Chevalier is an interactive light display spread out across the floor of the former Sacré Coeur church in Casablanca, Morocco. covering it with a huge layer of light, the work references the world of biology, microorganisms, and cellular automata – as cells have the ability to multiply in abundance, divide and merge at different paces. pieces come together, fall apart and transform in shape at rapid speeds. the displayed organic universe mingles with a digital construction of overlapping pixels.

http://www.miguel-chevalier.com/en/index.html

Text and some Photographs from

http://www.designboom.com/art/miguel-chevalier-magic-carpets-2014-sacre-coeur-morocco-04-11-2014/

Technicolor!

Nice.

Apr 11
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Look who came out in the woods with me.
#cockatiels #cockatielsofinstagram #birdharness

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what the fffffffffffffffheck
— me trying to be more family friendly (via spookyjacob)

(Source: pfghhh, via arainbowcupcake)

Apr 08
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Monday funday.

Mar 27
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I draw hard.

I draw hard.

Mar 25
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rifflebooks:

A French mathematics teacher is said to have devised a powerful technique for keeping classroom chatter to a minimum: Whenever his class gets too noisy, he simply writes a spoiler from Game of Thrones on the board. As in: “Oh, you haven’t finished reading A Storm of Swords? LET ME TELL YOU EVERYONE WHO DIES.”
According to Belgium’s Nieuwsblad, the teacher, at wits end with his noisy class, asked which of his students watched Game of Thrones. Around three quarters of the students raised their hands. “Well, I’ve read all the books,” the teacher replied. “If there’s too much noise, I will write the names of the dead on the board. They are enough to fill the whole year and I can even describe how they die.”
When students in the class decided to test him, he delivered on his word, writing the names of everyone killed through the end of the series’ third season, “for those who [had] not seen it.” This resulted in what one student described as “a religious silence” for the rest of the lesson.
[Via io9.com]


Good god. The admiration I have for educators.

rifflebooks:

A French mathematics teacher is said to have devised a powerful technique for keeping classroom chatter to a minimum: Whenever his class gets too noisy, he simply writes a spoiler from Game of Thrones on the board. As in: “Oh, you haven’t finished reading A Storm of Swords? LET ME TELL YOU EVERYONE WHO DIES.”

According to Belgium’s Nieuwsblad, the teacher, at wits end with his noisy class, asked which of his students watched Game of Thrones. Around three quarters of the students raised their hands. “Well, I’ve read all the books,” the teacher replied. “If there’s too much noise, I will write the names of the dead on the board. They are enough to fill the whole year and I can even describe how they die.”

When students in the class decided to test him, he delivered on his word, writing the names of everyone killed through the end of the series’ third season, “for those who [had] not seen it.” This resulted in what one student described as “a religious silence” for the rest of the lesson.

[Via io9.com]

Good god. The admiration I have for educators.

(via arainbowcupcake)

Mar 19
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feministballerina:

malonetaylor:

Did you know? It’s your RIGHT to access reproductive healthcare without being intimidated or terrorized.

People need to see this. 

feministballerina:

malonetaylor:

Did you know? It’s your RIGHT to access reproductive healthcare without being intimidated or terrorized.

People need to see this. 

(via arainbowcupcake)

Mar 18
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theladyofpie:

willyciraptor:

spookywillsmith:

spooking-not-treating:

tyleroakley:

WHAT THE FUCK ARE YOU DOING

i’M CRYING

NO

why

Because they are swarming! ^_^
Hello friends, I’m going to tell you some cool stuff about bees and why you shouldn’t be afraid of them!
See, there is a lot of misplaced fear over our fuzzy pollinating buddies. Many folks think they are mean and dangerous, but bees are very good little friends. The little, kind bee should not be mistaken for their evil look a likes, such as Hornets Yellow Jackets and Wasps, which are evil and should be hated like the beasts they are. Bees are docile by nature, and are not a threat to anyone who’s not allergic to them.
These bees are Swarming, which despite it’s scary sounding name, is not a dangerous time to be around bees. This time is the safest time to be around bees because they couldn’t give a hoot about you. These bees are gathering themselves together in order to go as a whole colony to find a new home. The gif is showing how bees don’t mind the outside world at this point in a swarm. The bees probably feel like a tickle on his hand. ^-^
Here’s some cool facts about bees!
-Bees are the BEST pollinators in the world! better than butterflies, or humming birds.
-Bees in a colony are all females. The males of the species look totes different and are called drones.
-Bees are totally different from Yellow Jackets, Hornets, and Wasps. They are not even close relatives in the insect kingdom!
-“Africanized” Bees are of no threat to anyone north of the New Mexico, and they barely pose a risk there! They are more territorial than some other species of bees, but not as bad as wasps.
-Many crops rely on bees.
-Bees will often die after stinging someone. Bees know this, and thus will do much to avoid stinging you. Hate to say it buddy, but you’re not worth their time.
-Honey, in it’s natural state, is a vitamin rich superfood! It can help with everything from icky feelings, to gross hair.
-Bees are threatened in many places by parasites, people, and misinformation. Do your part to help the bees and plant some flowers.
Thank u friends! ^u^

amazing.

theladyofpie:

willyciraptor:

spookywillsmith:

spooking-not-treating:

tyleroakley:

WHAT THE FUCK ARE YOU DOING

i’M CRYING

NO

why

Because they are swarming! ^_^

Hello friends, I’m going to tell you some cool stuff about bees and why you shouldn’t be afraid of them!

See, there is a lot of misplaced fear over our fuzzy pollinating buddies. Many folks think they are mean and dangerous, but bees are very good little friends. The little, kind bee should not be mistaken for their evil look a likes, such as Hornets Yellow Jackets and Wasps, which are evil and should be hated like the beasts they are. Bees are docile by nature, and are not a threat to anyone who’s not allergic to them.

These bees are Swarming, which despite it’s scary sounding name, is not a dangerous time to be around bees. This time is the safest time to be around bees because they couldn’t give a hoot about you. These bees are gathering themselves together in order to go as a whole colony to find a new home. The gif is showing how bees don’t mind the outside world at this point in a swarm. The bees probably feel like a tickle on his hand. ^-^

Here’s some cool facts about bees!

-Bees are the BEST pollinators in the world! better than butterflies, or humming birds.

-Bees in a colony are all females. The males of the species look totes different and are called drones.

-Bees are totally different from Yellow Jackets, Hornets, and Wasps. They are not even close relatives in the insect kingdom!

-“Africanized” Bees are of no threat to anyone north of the New Mexico, and they barely pose a risk there! They are more territorial than some other species of bees, but not as bad as wasps.

-Many crops rely on bees.

-Bees will often die after stinging someone. Bees know this, and thus will do much to avoid stinging you. Hate to say it buddy, but you’re not worth their time.

-Honey, in it’s natural state, is a vitamin rich superfood! It can help with everything from icky feelings, to gross hair.

-Bees are threatened in many places by parasites, people, and misinformation. Do your part to help the bees and plant some flowers.

Thank u friends! ^u^

amazing.

(Source: memebase.cheezburger.com, via arainbowcupcake)

Mar 07
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gamefreaksnz:


Star Wars Jedi Bath Robe
The Jedi bath robe is made of soft 100% cotton velour and has a Jedi logo embroidered on the front. The bath robe’s large hood, sash belt and wide sleeves are classic features of a Jedi robe. 
List Price: $84.99        Price: $24.05      You Save: $65.94 (73%)


I want this on me. I want it bad.

gamefreaksnz:

Star Wars Jedi Bath Robe

The Jedi bath robe is made of soft 100% cotton velour and has a Jedi logo embroidered on the front. The bath robe’s large hood, sash belt and wide sleeves are classic features of a Jedi robe.

List Price: $84.99        Price: $24.05      You Save: $65.94 (73%)

I want this on me. I want it bad.