darklittlefaun:

methbusters:

moresongsaboutbuildings:

theneolistickid:

Bats illuminated by lightning

THIS IS WHAT LOVE LOOKS LIKE.

Goth

This is actually really cool

darklittlefaun:

methbusters:

moresongsaboutbuildings:

theneolistickid:

Bats illuminated by lightning

THIS IS WHAT LOVE LOOKS LIKE.

Goth

This is actually really cool

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obsidianbutterfly:

Defeat

Pretty much sums up the whole events of the Haytham-Connor sequences.

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yucakes:

coolfatcat:

oh my god

21th century art

yucakes:

coolfatcat:

oh my god

21th century art

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hungryhungryhenderson:

lethalitycomplex:

thedemonica:

i’m pretty sure you created tron

*DAFT PUNK INTENSIFIES*

Welcome to the grid

hungryhungryhenderson:

lethalitycomplex:

thedemonica:

i’m pretty sure you created tron

*DAFT PUNK INTENSIFIES*

Welcome to the grid

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sodomymcscurvylegs:

mrtwentington:

11 year old me was pissed at this revelation

A hundred-thousand years will pass and I will never get over the genius of this scene!

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flurle:

ejacutastic:

i have childhood memories that i am not 100% sure actually happened or if i dreamed them i really do not know

I’VE BEEN WAITING FOR THIS TEXT POST ALL MY LIFE

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castieltherebel:

flippin daleks have the best sass lets be real, those little salt shakers of doom know how to give some of the best burns the time vortex has ever seen

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Let’s talk about murder.

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the-actual-universe:

The Milky Way and BioluminescenceIf I could put two of my favourite things in a photo, this would be the result.Captured by Fefo Bouvier, this absolutely incredible image shows both the Milky Way AND bioluminescent plankton illuminating the Atlantic Ocean at Barra de Valizas, Uruguay.The blue glow is caused by a species of dinoflagellate, probably Noctiluca scintillan. The light is emitted from small organelles within the cells and is generated by a chemical reaction known as a luciferin-luciferase reaction. When the organism is disturbed, Luciferin becomes oxidised by molecular oxygen, with the help of the catalyst luciferase. As a result, an inactive oxyluciferin and light is produced.It is thought that N. scintillans may use bioluminescence for many different purposes. It could be used as a defence against predators, an offensive strategy to keep away other predators from their prey, or as a means of communication.The image, which was featured on Earth Picture of the Day, was take in June 2014 with an exposure time of 15 seconds.-JeanOriginal image: http://www.fefobouvier.com/Astrofotografia/i-W5J2Sx8Image of the day: http://epod.usra.edu/blog/2014/08/bioluminescence-and-galactic-glow.html

the-actual-universe:

The Milky Way and Bioluminescence

If I could put two of my favourite things in a photo, this would be the result.

Captured by Fefo Bouvier, this absolutely incredible image shows both the Milky Way AND bioluminescent plankton illuminating the Atlantic Ocean at Barra de Valizas, Uruguay.

The blue glow is caused by a species of dinoflagellate, probably Noctiluca scintillan. The light is emitted from small organelles within the cells and is generated by a chemical reaction known as a luciferin-luciferase reaction. When the organism is disturbed, Luciferin becomes oxidised by molecular oxygen, with the help of the catalyst luciferase. As a result, an inactive oxyluciferin and light is produced.

It is thought that N. scintillans may use bioluminescence for many different purposes. It could be used as a defence against predators, an offensive strategy to keep away other predators from their prey, or as a means of communication.

The image, which was featured on Earth Picture of the Day, was take in June 2014 with an exposure time of 15 seconds.

-Jean

Original image: http://www.fefobouvier.com/Astrofotografia/i-W5J2Sx8

Image of the day: http://epod.usra.edu/blog/2014/08/bioluminescence-and-galactic-glow.html

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You ain’t never had a friend like me!

(Source: llionkings, via dominicso)