convergence of strings
derelictjet:

prismaticnel:

THIS IS FUCKING TERRIFYING

FREEEEEEEEEEDOOMMMMMMMMMMMMMMM

derelictjet:

prismaticnel:

THIS IS FUCKING TERRIFYING

FREEEEEEEEEEDOOMMMMMMMMMMMMMMM

mr-egbutt:

WAKE UP POTTER
WE’RE GOING TO THE ZOO

mr-egbutt:

WAKE UP POTTER

WE’RE GOING TO THE ZOO

amateurcatalyst:

animefrank:

so i just ordered a pizza from pizza hut and i added some special instruction

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however when my pizza arrived i got this

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no pizza hut…im afraid thats the star of david

HAIL JEHOVAH

gingerten:

gingerten:

This brick looks like it’s contemplating where its life went wrong…

I drive past this thing every day on my way to work and today I just whispered “you’re internet famous now, little buddy” while I was waiting at the light

gingerten:

gingerten:

This brick looks like it’s contemplating where its life went wrong…

I drive past this thing every day on my way to work and today I just whispered “you’re internet famous now, little buddy” while I was waiting at the light

jtotheizzoe:

Tripedal to the Metal
That’s some loco motion, huh? Found this neat little GIF showing how an ant’s legs move at a full gallop. While calmly strolling though the picnic grounds, ants have five of their six legs at a time in contact with the ground. But when it’s time to put the (tiny) pedal to the metal, they change their gait to this alternating tripod motion.
This pattern isn’t controlled by the insect’s brain, but rather by bundles of neurons in the leg called central pattern generators. While moving at such a clip, it just so happens that three legs is the minimum number it needs on the ground at a time to balance its rigid exoskeleton without toppling over.
Is that part of the reason that insects have six legs and not another number like four or eight? Or did the gait evolve to match the hardware? My guess is the latter, but I am not sure. What say you, insect folks? 
(GIF via NC State University)

jtotheizzoe:

Tripedal to the Metal

That’s some loco motion, huh? Found this neat little GIF showing how an ant’s legs move at a full gallop. While calmly strolling though the picnic grounds, ants have five of their six legs at a time in contact with the ground. But when it’s time to put the (tiny) pedal to the metal, they change their gait to this alternating tripod motion.

This pattern isn’t controlled by the insect’s brain, but rather by bundles of neurons in the leg called central pattern generators. While moving at such a clip, it just so happens that three legs is the minimum number it needs on the ground at a time to balance its rigid exoskeleton without toppling over.

Is that part of the reason that insects have six legs and not another number like four or eight? Or did the gait evolve to match the hardware? My guess is the latter, but I am not sure. What say you, insect folks? 

(GIF via NC State University)

chanxco:

鈴羽gif

chanxco:

鈴羽gif

lorde-oftherings:

texasnwhiskey:

danthemedicman:

dancybutt:

"what state do you live in?"

constant anxiety

Denial

Perfection

Florida