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deanskraken:

thedoctormakesyoubetter:

ivegotthekielbasayouordered:

HIPSTER SHIRT. HIPSTER GLASSES. HIPSTER GLAM.

Jim Beaver is a hipster. You probably haven’t heard of him. He’s really obscure. 


I made it more hipster for you

A little bit more hipster:



Fa la la ~

A few more lens flares just for shits and giggles


just reblogging this again
oh my god

you were missing some space-ness


somebody tweet this to him please

Some wolves maybe?




Oh no

ERMAGHERRRRRDDD

goldenphoenix26:

thursdaysangel-tuesdaysdemon:

221b-stark-tower:

all-hail-the-daleks:

expecting-a-patronus:

gabrielesque:

wendigo-:

jonsonocklos:

deanskraken:

lillithwithdiamonds:

deanskraken:

thedoctormakesyoubetter:

ivegotthekielbasayouordered:

HIPSTER SHIRT. HIPSTER GLASSES. HIPSTER GLAM.

Jim Beaver is a hipster. You probably haven’t heard of him. He’s really obscure. 

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I made it more hipster for you

A little bit more hipster:

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Fa la la ~

A few more lens flares just for shits and giggles

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just reblogging this again

oh my god

you were missing some space-ness

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somebody tweet this to him please

Some wolves maybe?

Oh no

ERMAGHERRRRRDDD

ridinghi
listless-tubist:

odielikethedog:

j4ya:

elinious:

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shortformblog:

Fun guy chillin’ in South American rainforest finds plastic-eating fungi
Seriously, though this is kind of a big deal. Know that big problem we have? You know, the one involving a crapload of used plastic hanging around in landfills with nowhere to biodegrade for a couple million years? Well, Jonathan Russell might’ve solved that problem. See, Russell and his fellow Yale students went to Ecuador, where they found a new kind of fungus they’re calling Pestalotiopsis microspora. Big deal, you’re thinking. Anyone can find fungus anywhere! Well, something his fellow students found out after the fact is that this fungus can live on a diet of polyurethane alone — and even crazier, it doesn’t even need air to do so! In other words, we could potentially put it at the bottom of a landfill and cover it with plastic, and it would do the rest of the work. This might be game-changing if it works as advertised. (photo via Flickr user dbutt; EDIT: Updated with link to research abstract) source
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Wow

THIS IS AMAZINGGGG
I love nature

THE EARTH IS SO AMAZING IT KNOWS THAT WE’RE FUCKING IT UP AND EVEN THEN INSTEAD OF GIVING US AN APOCALYPSE IT GOES AND GIVES US A SOLUTION TO HELP US FIX WHAT WE FUCKED UP BLESS


Big shout out to nature for saving our asses for the billionth time

listless-tubist:

odielikethedog:

j4ya:

elinious:

effington:

shortformblog:

Seriously, though this is kind of a big deal. Know that big problem we have? You know, the one involving a crapload of used plastic hanging around in landfills with nowhere to biodegrade for a couple million years? Well, Jonathan Russell might’ve solved that problem. See, Russell and his fellow Yale students went to Ecuador, where they found a new kind of fungus they’re calling Pestalotiopsis microspora. Big deal, you’re thinking. Anyone can find fungus anywhere! Well, something his fellow students found out after the fact is that this fungus can live on a diet of polyurethane alone — and even crazier, it doesn’t even need air to do so! In other words, we could potentially put it at the bottom of a landfill and cover it with plastic, and it would do the rest of the work. This might be game-changing if it works as advertised. (photo via Flickr user dbutt; EDIT: Updated with link to research abstract) source

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Wow

THIS IS AMAZINGGGG

I love nature

THE EARTH IS SO AMAZING IT KNOWS THAT WE’RE FUCKING IT UP AND EVEN THEN INSTEAD OF GIVING US AN APOCALYPSE IT GOES AND GIVES US A SOLUTION TO HELP US FIX WHAT WE FUCKED UP BLESS

Big shout out to nature for saving our asses for the billionth time

ridinghi

calleo:

i-am-a-mushroom:

i-am-a-mushroom:

i-am-a-mushroom:

i-am-a-mushroom:

My shrimp is so weird like when I touch it, it changes colors and kinda spasms sometimes idk

like it was kinda pinkish and then it turned red and now its yellow

and it has a stripe that wasn’t there before

its weird

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clarification

MY PET SHRIMP

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further clarafication

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SHRIMP

IN

A

FISH TANK

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This is worth the read.

nationalbook
nationalbook:



FIRST HERO
HE WAS GATHERING dirty laundry when the bombs started falling.It was early on the morning of December 7, 1941, at the U.S. naval base at Pearl Harbor, Hawaii, and Mess Attendant Dorie Miller had just gone on duty aboard the battleship USS West Virginia. A six-foot-three, 225-pound Texan, Miller was the ship’s heavyweight boxing champ. But his everyday duties were somewhat less challenging. As one of the ship’s African American mess attendants, he cooked and cleaned for the white sailors. 

 (The story of one the first American heroes of World War Two continues here.)
Steve Sheinkin tells the history of Dorie Miller’s bravery and many other African-American servicemen in The Port Chicago 50: Disaster, Mutiny, and the Fight for Civil Rights, Longlisted for the 2014 National Book Award for Young People’s Literature.

Photo credit: Bettmann/Corbis/AP images

nationalbook:

FIRST HERO

HE WAS GATHERING dirty laundry when the bombs started falling.
It was early on the morning of December 7, 1941, at the U.S. naval base at Pearl Harbor, Hawaii, and Mess Attendant Dorie Miller had just gone on duty aboard the battleship USS West Virginia. A six-foot-three, 225-pound Texan, Miller was the ship’s heavyweight boxing champ. But his everyday duties were somewhat less challenging. As one of the ship’s African American mess attendants, he cooked and cleaned for the white sailors.

 (The story of one the first American heroes of World War Two continues here.)

Steve Sheinkin tells the history of Dorie Miller’s bravery and many other African-American servicemen in The Port Chicago 50: Disaster, Mutiny, and the Fight for Civil Rights, Longlisted for the 2014 National Book Award for Young People’s Literature.

Photo credit: Bettmann/Corbis/AP images