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Ron Isaacs

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Amazingly Vivid Dino Illustrations Reveal a Brutal Prehistoric World
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Over its lifetime, Earth has hosted countless species. But some of those species, like the dinosaurs, have managed to claw their way into a special place in our imaginations. Now, a new book illustrates the dinosaurs — and many of the beasts of millennia ago — in beautiful, spectacular and vicious style. In one illustration, tiny Utahraptors tear at the flesh of a much larger creature. Another shows a rather unlikely but fanciful encounter between giant megalodon and funny-looking platybelodon. A more serene image depicts a well-camouflaged little dinosaur sleeping beneath a tree in a lush, green forest. (via Amazingly Vivid Dino Illustrations Reveal a Brutal Prehistoric World | Science | WIRED)

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spookygeiszlers:

Just saw a girl in high heels long boarding to class. Godspeed, my queen.

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fallingfood:

Falling Fries

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wildcat2030:

Graphene ‘wonder material’ made with kitchen blender
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Scientists have outlined how they managed to make the “wonder material” graphene using a kitchen blender. Graphene is thin, strong, flexible and electrically conductive, and has the potential to transform electronics as well as other technologies. An Irish-UK team poured graphite powder (used in pencil leads) into a blender, then added water and dishwashing liquid, mixing at high speed. The results are reported in the journal Nature Materials. Because of its potential uses in industry, a number of researchers have been searching for ways to make defect-free graphene in large amounts. The material comprises a one-atom-thick sheet of carbon atoms arranged in a honeycomb structure. Graphite - mixed with clay to produce the lead in pencils - is effectively made up of many layers of graphene stacked on top of one another. Jonathan Coleman from Trinity College Dublin and colleagues tested out a variety of laboratory mixers as well as kitchen blenders as potential tools for manufacturing the wonder material. (via BBC News - Graphene ‘wonder material’ made with kitchen blender)

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thankyouforthedildos:

I downloaded a dating game where you attend a school for gifted pigeons.

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sluttybitch2007:

The rest of the space is going to be pretty pissed when they see this. 

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huffingtonpost:

Japan’s annual Kanamara Matsuri festival, aka the “Festival of the Steel Phallus.”

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36 Unexpected Origins Of Everyday British Phrases

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Etymology, my dear Watson

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somethingsavage:

Rain-bros

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