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dinolich:

cubebreaker:

E-Nabling the Future is an organization of volunteers who produce 3D-printed prosthetic superhero arms for kids in need.

This is the tightest shit. I’m totally jealous of that kid’s sweet Wolverine hand.

sarahgriswald:

*panties off already*

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cklookshuman:

Witchy business! Nature’s collectables as a pattern <333

LIGHT BAG | DARK BAG
BLACK TEE | GREY TEE
DARK PHONE| LIGHT PHONE

There are times when I wish to lay in your arms and kiss you. But then I remember we live half a world away
—Unknown (via hail-merome)
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earloffabulousness:

Person: You should try dressing normal for once

Me:image

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#inspiration

"Death of Crows"                                                                                                                        "Smoking Crows"                                                                                                                      "Mother of Crows"                                                                                                                "Amphibious Ambition"                                                                                                                  "The White Bird"                                                                                                                            "Land O’ Plenty"

Bill Mayer, 2014

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sixpenceee:

Many people have no opinion or assume octopuses are stupid, spineless creatures.
But their brains are the largest of all the invertebrates. Their neurons are massed into lobes like ours. Their brains runs on a  a decentralized nervous system, two-thirds of which is distributed in the eight arms and legs.
Recent evidence shows that octopuses possess intelligence. For example, they can:
Open jars (video)

Mimic other sea creatures (video)

Did you know that when threatened, an octopus may turn white and puff up to scare the predator. It’ll then shoot ink to distract the predator and zig-zag through water to quickly camouflage itself among the coral. (Video)

In a test done by Oxford biologist N.S. Sutherland, Octopuses were given a treat if they picked one shape over the other. They soon learned that a rectangle was a rectangle no matter how it was oriented. 
Octopuses proved to have excellent memory. Scientific journals have publish research papers on octopus learning, octopus personality, octopus memory. Now the octopus has even made it into the pages of the journal Consciousness and Cognition.
It’s important to note that intelligence here, is defined in a different way. It’s suited towards their conditions and environment. 
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sixpenceee:

Many people have no opinion or assume octopuses are stupid, spineless creatures.

But their brains are the largest of all the invertebrates. Their neurons are massed into lobes like ours. Their brains runs on a  a decentralized nervous system, two-thirds of which is distributed in the eight arms and legs.

Recent evidence shows that octopuses possess intelligence. For example, they can:

Open jars (video)

Mimic other sea creatures (video)

Did you know that when threatened, an octopus may turn white and puff up to scare the predator. It’ll then shoot ink to distract the predator and zig-zag through water to quickly camouflage itself among the coral. (Video)

In a test done by Oxford biologist N.S. Sutherland, Octopuses were given a treat if they picked one shape over the other. They soon learned that a rectangle was a rectangle no matter how it was oriented. 

Octopuses proved to have excellent memory. Scientific journals have publish research papers on octopus learning, octopus personality, octopus memory. Now the octopus has even made it into the pages of the journal Consciousness and Cognition.

It’s important to note that intelligence here, is defined in a different way. It’s suited towards their conditions and environment. 

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spaheeda:

 fluxmachine gifs

Artist Kevin Weir creates ghostly animated GIFs using Archival photos from the Library of Congress

Reminds me of those Exmortis point and clicky games 

One of the later images doesn’t belong. This bothers me.

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dduane:

The Moon by Nosigner is a topographically-accurate LED light created based on data retrieved from the Japanese lunar orbiter spacecraft Kaguya, appropriately named after the legendary Japanese moon princess Kaguya-hime.

Want want want.

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#relationship goals lol
#I guess
#It's cute anyway

pretentiouspelican:

ultra mega grouchy characters that are only soft around their significant others (●´ω`●)

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#blood
#Gore
#violence
#hannibal chau
#Pacific Rim
#inspiration
feriowind:

I was commissioned to draw Hannibal right after he gets his eye injury!

feriowind:

I was commissioned to draw Hannibal right after he gets his eye injury!

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sixpenceee:

here’s something to lighten up your mood&#160;!

sixpenceee:

here’s something to lighten up your mood !

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palehorseblackdog:

parliamentrook:

mythicarticulations:

Who’s a good boy? You’re a good boy!
Who devours the flesh of mortals? You devour the flesh of mortals!

Poseable “Cerberus in a Can” now available in our Etsy shop.

good product, good design and packaging, great photos, A+++

These guys have the coolest products.