a multifandom collection of excellence

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diddily-doodily-dont:

thefrogman:

Mini Mobile Robotic Printer by ZUtA Labs Ltd [kickstarter]
[h/t: fastcompany]

the future is now.

diddily-doodily-dont:

thefrogman:

Mini Mobile Robotic Printer by ZUtA Labs Ltd [kickstarter]

[h/t: fastcompany]

the future is now.

(Source: fastcompany)

lonequixote:

Café de la Paix Opera ~ Antoine Blanchard

lonequixote:

Café de la Paix Opera ~ Antoine Blanchard

Let’s all just take a moment to appreciate Alan Carr’s reaction.

Let’s all just take a moment to appreciate Alan Carr’s reaction.

Shitty doodles (aka my specialty since my first URL)

batvvornan:

  • mbf
  • reblog
  • first 10
  • you will get a shitty paint drawing based off your url

"So... all of time and space, everything that ever happened or ever will - where do you want to start?"
"So... all of time and space, everything that ever happened or ever will - where do you want to start?"

(Source: umpiper, via warriorclara)

vein13:

serenading-the-unicorn:

gymleaderkarkat:


What are you so afraid of!?

I’m REALLY sorry but it looks like they’re about to rap battle



it got better

vein13:

serenading-the-unicorn:

gymleaderkarkat:

What are you so afraid of!?

I’m REALLY sorry but it looks like they’re about to rap battle

it got better

(Source: four-big-idiots, via pizza)

batvvornan:

sixpenceee:

sixpenceee:

Where does your state fit in?

Also you maybe wondering what a couple of these are, and I’m happy to say I have posts/wiki articles on them that will clear that out for you.

BLACK EYED CHILDREN

ENFIELD HORROR

JERSEY DEVIL

BUNNY MAN

GOAT MAN

MOTH MAN

WENDIGO

SKIN WALKER RANCH

FLATHEAD LAKE MONSTER

WEEPING WOMAN

CARDIFF GIANT

SEATTLE SEA MONSTER

POOP MONSTER

NIGHT MARCHERS

OKLAHOMA OCTOPUS

CARROT TOP ALIENS

MELON HEAD

IT’S EASTER!

shout out to Virginia for the bunny man ghost. 

(which by the way is very frightening once you look into it, here’s a video of these kids who explored the infamous bunny man bridge at night, and let me just tell you, horrible things did happen) 

leaving it to my fucking home state to have a crazy bunny killer like of all the fucking things.

strangeparticles:

'This is our Yorick. He was a Polish composer and pianist called André Tchaikowsky. And when he died, in the early eighties, he bequeathed his head to be used in a production of Hamlet with the Royal Shakepeare Company. He wanted to play Yorick. So here he is. This is André. He was introduced to us by our director Greg on the first day of rehearsals, as the final member of the company. There was a variety of reactions to having a real human head in the production. Some people find it quite difficult. I must say, personally, I was rather excited by it. It's one of the clichés of the play now, an actor holding a skull. And I suppose the trouble with the cliché is that it loses meaning. But if you are presented with an actual person's skull, a real bit of human, then Hamlet's speech about Yorick and about staring at the skull of a man he knew well… it becomes all the more potent when you are aware that you are holding somebody's head quite literally in your hands. There he is. André was there. I feel very pleased to have helped him fulfil his ambition.'

—David Tennant, Shakespeare Uncovered

(via starierose)

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alxndrasplace:

(NASA)  Recorded on April 15th, this total lunar eclipse sequence looks south down icy Waterton Lake from the Waterton Lakes National Park in Alberta, Canada, planet Earth. The most distant horizon includes peaks in Glacier National Park, USA. An exposure every 10 minutes captured the Moon’s position and eclipse phase, as it arced, left to right, above the rugged skyline and Waterton town lights. In fact, the sequence effectively measures the roughly 80 minute duration of the total phase of the eclipse. Around 270 BC, the Greek astronomer Aristarchus also measured the duration of lunar eclipses - though probably without the benefit of digital clocks and cameras. Still, using geometry, he devised a simple and impressively accurate way to calculate the Moon’s distance, in terms of the radius of planet Earth, from the eclipse duration. This modern eclipse sequence also tracks the successive positions of Mars, above and right of the Moon, bright star Spica next to the reddened lunar disk, and Saturn to the left and below.
 

this is so cool

alxndrasplace:

(NASA)  Recorded on April 15th, this total lunar eclipse sequence looks south down icy Waterton Lake from the Waterton Lakes National Park in Alberta, Canada, planet Earth. The most distant horizon includes peaks in Glacier National Park, USA. An exposure every 10 minutes captured the Moon’s position and eclipse phase, as it arced, left to right, above the rugged skyline and Waterton town lights. In fact, the sequence effectively measures the roughly 80 minute duration of the total phase of the eclipse. Around 270 BC, the Greek astronomer Aristarchus also measured the duration of lunar eclipses - though probably without the benefit of digital clocks and cameras. Still, using geometry, he devised a simple and impressively accurate way to calculate the Moon’s distance, in terms of the radius of planet Earth, from the eclipse duration. This modern eclipse sequence also tracks the successive positions of Mars, above and right of the Moon, bright star Spica next to the reddened lunar disk, and Saturn to the left and below.

 

this is so cool

(via the-actual-universe)

burrgerking:

"what do u want to be when u grow up"

not u

image

(via pizza)

sleepvevo:

what was the reasoning behind this

sleepvevo:

what was the reasoning behind this

(Source: slippinbeauty, via pizza)

"I see Harry as someone who is struggling to do the right thing, who is not without faults, who acts impetuously as you would expect someone of his age to act, but who is ultimately a very loyal person, and a very very courageous person. So, in as much as he has qualities that I admire most I would say he is a good role model. That doesn’t mean that he is saintly, but then frankly, who is? But I think you do see enough of Harry’s inner life, the workings of his mind in the books to know that he is ultimately human, struggling to do the right thing, which I think is admirable."  - J. K. Rowling

(Source: danradcliffs, via lunalovegoed)

You’re right, that crap grows on you.

MARSHALL’S FACE IN THE LAST GIF

(Source: starbuckara, via sluttysoullesssam)