qualitymeat:

NO PHOTOSET HAS MADE ME HAPPIER.

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ember-light:

unicornamber:

elenaflutterby:

Tangled comparisons - concept art to the final film. 

why the fuck is the concept art so much better

Actually they were going to do crazy cool animation that would make the film a “living oil painting” but it just proved to be too expensive to mass produce

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yewglow:

randomlittlespark:

jesusinc:

"nerd" and"loser" were like hard hitting insults in the early 2000’s and now they are used as affectionate terms we have truly come full circle

Sorry, but no, we did a 180. A full circle would mean we went back to them as insults

nerd

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dirkbot:

Do you ever have passive OTPs

Like, you don’t read fic, you don’t look for art

but whenever something turns up you’re like hell fuckin yea

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jackpowerx:


geekygothgirl:

The original is good, the comment is STUNNING. Love it!

So, basically, this is a symbolic representation of internalized misogyny:

jackpowerx:

geekygothgirl:

The original is good, the comment is STUNNING. Love it!

So, basically, this is a symbolic representation of internalized misogyny:

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bigbardafree:

my sister just sent me this text

image

and like

image

oh my god

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astrodidact:

This underground cave system is so large, it has own weather system

Explored in its entirety just last year, Er Wang Dong (meaning “Second Royal Cave”) is an enormous cave system in the Chongquing province of Southwest China. With passages stretching 42,139 metres (138,251 feet) and a maximum depth of 441 metres (1,447 feet), the cave is so large, it has its own lush green forest, crystal clear pools and white water rapids, enormous stalagmites, and oddly enough, clouds. 

While local nitrate miners knew there was something big lurking beneath China’s 195-metre-deep Niubizi tiankeng sinkhole, it was only when a team of 15 explorers and photographers from the Hong Meigui Cave Exploration Society plumbed the depths of the sinkhole to access and explore the Er Wang Dong cave system that its sheer size was realised. Until the explorers got there, none of the system’s major underground passages had ever been touched by light.

Formed by limestone dated to the the Ordovician Period, which lasted almost 45 million years, from 488.3 million to 443.7 million years ago, Er Wang Dong is situated near another large cave system called San Wang Dong, with a length of around 67,825 metres.

Read more: 

http://www.sciencealert.com.au/features/20141408-26015-2.html

astrodidact:

This underground cave system is so large, it has own weather system

Explored in its entirety just last year, Er Wang Dong (meaning “Second Royal Cave”) is an enormous cave system in the Chongquing province of Southwest China. With passages stretching 42,139 metres (138,251 feet) and a maximum depth of 441 metres (1,447 feet), the cave is so large, it has its own lush green forest, crystal clear pools and white water rapids, enormous stalagmites, and oddly enough, clouds.

While local nitrate miners knew there was something big lurking beneath China’s 195-metre-deep Niubizi tiankeng sinkhole, it was only when a team of 15 explorers and photographers from the Hong Meigui Cave Exploration Society plumbed the depths of the sinkhole to access and explore the Er Wang Dong cave system that its sheer size was realised. Until the explorers got there, none of the system’s major underground passages had ever been touched by light.

Formed by limestone dated to the the Ordovician Period, which lasted almost 45 million years, from 488.3 million to 443.7 million years ago, Er Wang Dong is situated near another large cave system called San Wang Dong, with a length of around 67,825 metres.

Read more:

http://www.sciencealert.com.au/features/20141408-26015-2.html

(via thecosmicconundrum)

willsmiff:


kayleyhyde:

We all know that feeling, vending machine

#i am also full of snacks and darkness

willsmiff:

kayleyhyde:

We all know that feeling, vending machine

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sinneverdies:

At least two of those open portals to hell apparently

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