1. coelasquid:

    darkfliercynthia:

    darkfliercynthia:

    how the hell are some of u guys 13/14

    when i was that age i was unironically watching shitty amvs on youtube and roleplaying on gaia

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    BACK IN MY DAY SMUT FICS WERE CALLED LEMONS

    BOYXBOY DONT LIKE DONT READ

    When I was 13 youtube didn’t exist and you had to download your amvs for eight hours on a dial up modem with a filesharing program and the sound wouldn’t work because the computers would never have the right plugins to read the compression right.

    No torrents either, if someone picked up the phone and cut the connection or your uploader signed off you had to start again from scratch.

    When I was 13, ARPANET had just been decommissioned, TCP/IP was only eight years old, the world wide web was still a year away, and Dragonball Z was in its second season IN JAPAN.

    Y’ALL need to get off my lawn.

     
  2. 08:39 14th Sep 2014

    Notes: 18051

    Reblogged from scartrek

    beautifuloutlier:

    I want to note that the way the sex binary looks like it’s present throughout the animal world is that white scientists have a terrible habit of labeling everything “male” or “female” even when it makes no sense.

    Like, by any reasonable metric, bees have three sexes: drone, queen, and worker. Workers are only labelled female because someone couldn’t abide the idea of something not being either one or the other.

    And before someone calls “genetics” there are many species where both sexes have the exact same genetics, and even many where individuals can change reproductive capacity at will, and scientists suddenly have no problem calling the ones who grow eggs “female” even though they were “male” two weeks ago.

    Some species of mammals reproduce asexually. They have only one sex. It is still called “female” because it makes babies even though one might reasonably ask why even make the distinction when every single individual makes babies just the same.

    What goddamned mammals reproduce asexually? Get out of my house with your science lies.

     
  3. hamstergal:

katzmatt:

kediil-eperu:

ursulavernon:

Great. Now I have a totally new thing to worry about.

How even the what what

did salvador dali design this building ? 

I’m trying to figure out how the bricks are holding together

Mortar, silly.

    hamstergal:

    katzmatt:

    kediil-eperu:

    ursulavernon:

    Great. Now I have a totally new thing to worry about.

    How even the what what

    did salvador dali design this building ? 

    I’m trying to figure out how the bricks are holding together

    Mortar, silly.

    (Source: inhalers)

     
  4. lediableaquatre:

    How tumblr thinks statistics works.

    (Source: moonspillingin)

     
  5. gentlemanbones:

dyemooch:

64bitwar:

64bitwar:

tylergoulston:

64bitwar:

gentlemanbones:

Please add more unwarranted explosions to gifs. It’s my favorite.



MORE










MOAR

I like all of these and would like so much more of them to exist.

I’M SO GLAD FOR THIS POST

I never knew I needed this on my dash until it got here.

    gentlemanbones:

    dyemooch:

    64bitwar:

    64bitwar:

    tylergoulston:

    64bitwar:

    gentlemanbones:

    Please add more unwarranted explosions to gifs. It’s my favorite.

    MORE

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    MOAR

    I like all of these and would like so much more of them to exist.

    I’M SO GLAD FOR THIS POST

    I never knew I needed this on my dash until it got here.

     
  6. 09:17 4th Sep 2014

    Notes: 10

    Reblogged from sarkos

    Tags: Terrestrial Aliens

    image: Download

    sarkos:

A new genus of strange, mushroom-shaped ocean animals found off the coast of Australia has been named by scientists after nearly three decades of attempting to study and classify them. According to National Geographic, the organisms can’t be categorized under any known genus or species classifications and may, in fact, reshape our understanding of how life began on Earth.
“The animals, described for the first time Wednesday in the scientific journal PLOS ONE, cannot be classified to any existing animal group, though they resemble a few long-extinct species,” wrote National Geographic’s Jennifer Frazer.
Neurobiologist with the University of Florida’s Whitney Laboratory for Marine Bioscience Leonid Moroz said that if these organisms, named Dendrogramma, turn out to be descendants of ancient animals, their discovery could “completely reshape the tree of life, and even our understanding of how animals evolved, how neurosystems evolved, how different tissues evolved. It can rewrite whole textbooks in zoology.”
The creatures were first discovered in 1986 by biologist Jean Just, who found them in a sample of Australian ocean water taken at depths from 1200 to 3000 ft. below the surface. Less than an inch long, Dendrogramma are mushroom-shaped with a combined mouth and anus at the base of their “stalks.” Their alimentary canal branches off repeatedly when it reaches the “cap” of the mushroom, an inflexible disk of tissue.
(via Mushroom-shaped deep sea creature doesn’t fall into any known classifications)
Somebody refresh my memory, are these the guys you get Zonder Metal from or are they the Algernon?

    sarkos:

    A new genus of strange, mushroom-shaped ocean animals found off the coast of Australia has been named by scientists after nearly three decades of attempting to study and classify them. According to National Geographic, the organisms can’t be categorized under any known genus or species classifications and may, in fact, reshape our understanding of how life began on Earth.

    “The animals, described for the first time Wednesday in the scientific journal PLOS ONE, cannot be classified to any existing animal group, though they resemble a few long-extinct species,” wrote National Geographic’s Jennifer Frazer.

    Neurobiologist with the University of Florida’s Whitney Laboratory for Marine Bioscience Leonid Moroz said that if these organisms, named Dendrogramma, turn out to be descendants of ancient animals, their discovery could “completely reshape the tree of life, and even our understanding of how animals evolved, how neurosystems evolved, how different tissues evolved. It can rewrite whole textbooks in zoology.”

    The creatures were first discovered in 1986 by biologist Jean Just, who found them in a sample of Australian ocean water taken at depths from 1200 to 3000 ft. below the surface. Less than an inch long, Dendrogramma are mushroom-shaped with a combined mouth and anus at the base of their “stalks.” Their alimentary canal branches off repeatedly when it reaches the “cap” of the mushroom, an inflexible disk of tissue.

    (via Mushroom-shaped deep sea creature doesn’t fall into any known classifications)

    Somebody refresh my memory, are these the guys you get Zonder Metal from or are they the Algernon?

     
  7. perfectcromulence:

planetniles:

timelordwithawand:

aaavlar:

timelordwithawand:

aaavlar:

Blue, definitely

Okay, I gotta ask; why blue?

Teleportation! You ever see Jumper? That’s why. :P

That’s great and all, but I was more interested in one does it appeal to you the most out of all the other cool super powers the pills can give you.
You don’t have to answer, I’m just wondering.

I’m trying to decide between Red, Orange and Blue.
The wife says she’d go with Orange.

Orange.  I will do all the things.

Blue without a thought. I can swim to the bottom of the ocean and not worry about drowning or being crushed by the pressure? I can teleport to Gliese 674 and check out the exoplanet regardless of its climate or atmosphere? I can confirm which, if any, afterlifes exist by seeing if I can teleport to their area???
Bitch, I’d open up so many new vistas of human knowledge it’d make your head spin.

    perfectcromulence:

    planetniles:

    timelordwithawand:

    aaavlar:

    timelordwithawand:

    aaavlar:

    Blue, definitely

    Okay, I gotta ask; why blue?

    Teleportation! You ever see Jumper? That’s why. :P

    That’s great and all, but I was more interested in one does it appeal to you the most out of all the other cool super powers the pills can give you.

    You don’t have to answer, I’m just wondering.

    I’m trying to decide between Red, Orange and Blue.

    The wife says she’d go with Orange.

    Orange.  I will do all the things.

    Blue without a thought. I can swim to the bottom of the ocean and not worry about drowning or being crushed by the pressure? I can teleport to Gliese 674 and check out the exoplanet regardless of its climate or atmosphere? I can confirm which, if any, afterlifes exist by seeing if I can teleport to their area???

    Bitch, I’d open up so many new vistas of human knowledge it’d make your head spin.

     
  8. image: Download

    Ork Freebooter by Adrian Smith

    Ork Freebooter by Adrian Smith

     
  9. Commissar Uogokuro of the Nagarekawa 38th Regiment holds the record for fastest fragging by the men and women under his command in the 10,000 year history of the Imperium of Man.

     
  10. viria:

    you’ll never guess what I ship the most in gekkan shoujo nozaki-kun…