August212014

rainbowtrigger:

OMFG <3 Look the arts that I found. I’m using the “Miss Fortune x Gangplank” as my phone wallpaper.

First 7 images by Jeff Woo

The last pic is about the skins “Arcade” and its minigame, it’s being my PC wallpaper.

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everythingsahunterweapon:

s-space goat?

GOooooooats iiiinnnn SPAAAAAAAAA~~~~~~~~~~~~~~CE!

everythingsahunterweapon:

s-space goat?

GOooooooats iiiinnnn SPAAAAAAAAA~~~~~~~~~~~~~~CE!

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essayofthoughts:

indigoumbrella:

essayofthoughts:

indigoumbrella:

huffpostarts:

In The Not So Distant Future, Glow-In-The-Dark Trees Could Replace Street Lights

Is that… is that even healthy?

There are sea organisms and fungi which glow in the dark and there’s fireflies and jellyfish which glow in the dark. It doesn’t do them any harm nor does it do the people around them any harm. I would say its pretty healthy, as well as it would mean more photosynthesis happening in cities which mean cleaner air.

I was just curious about how they were doing it and for some reason I didn’t think to click the link. But thanks! It makes more sense now. I was afraid it was some kind of chemical thing.

nah just genetic modification using existing bioluminescent genes. Genetics is really cool, and so is bioluminescence. I mean they’ve already made pigs glow using jellyfish genes and pigs are waaay more complicated than trees iirc. So they’re actually (i think) less likely to muck it up with trees.

In which case

GLOWY

FORESTS

GLOWY

TREES

GLOWY

EVERYTHING

(I like glowy things)

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Tag Game!

HOW TO PLAY!

Rules are very basic. Include the Rules with your post! Make a new post, answering the 10 Questions that the person who tagged you gave. After you’ve answered your questions, make up 10 of your own! Tag 10 people who you want to answer your questions!

QUESTIONS!

Kaieda8001’s questions

1) What is your innocent guilty pleasure?

Food, I love food.

2) If the world was ending tomorrow, what would you do today?

Tell someone that I loved them, then probably go and blow some shit up.

3) What are some of your bigges2t pet peeves?

People messing with stuff that aint theirs. BITCH GIT YO HAND OFFA MAH NUGGETS.

4) What is your favorite memory?

Most recently, holding hands at the movies.

5) If you could have one unreal thing come into being what would it be?

Wizards. (Like Dresden Files style wizards, maybe Harry Potter but I like the Dresden-verse kind more)

6) Which of your senses do you rely on most? Why do you think that is?

Sight, I’ma driver and I play alot of games.

7) What is your favorite Book to movie rendition?

Somewhere between LotR/The Hobbit and A Cry in the Wild (based off of the book Hatchet, by Gary Paulsen even if it was pretty crappy xD)

8) What is your biggest fear?

I have always wanted to be a daddy, more than once I have broken down over the thought of never being ably to be one.

9) If you could meet anyone that has ever lived or is living, who would it be and why?!

I would really liked to have met Steve Irwin, his loss still saddens me.

10) If you could change your name, what would it be and why?

I would probably take my father’s last name, having one of the most generic names in the world has done me few favors.

Datari385’s Questions.

1) Where is your dream vacation spot and why?

2) Who is(are) your favorite author(s)?

3) How much sleep do you get on an average night? Do you wake up often?

4) What 3 items would you take with you in a survival situation?

5) What do you think Jesus would do for a Klondike Bar?

6) Do you enjoy going out to eat? What is your favorite restaurant?

7) Which historical/mythological figure to you most associate with?

8) Favorite movie?

9) Do you have a preference for name brands or do you think generics are just as good?

10) Have you ever been broken down out in the middle of nowhere?

Tagging: makkochi

thebloodyfallen

nuellenore

alwaysandforevermeee

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art-of-swords:

[ NEWS ] Archaeologists say Anglo-Saxon sword discovery “couldn’t have been better scripted”
By Ben Miller 
X-rays will be carried out on an Anglo-Saxon sword found alongside beads, bodies and more in neolithic Wiltshire
Archaeologists have praised the timing and good fortune of a barrow dig on Salisbury Plain which has culminated in the discovery of 13 Anglo-Saxon graves, adding to around 62 already found at the site during previous excavations.
A surprising Anglo-Saxon burial, found in a crouched position, a range of weapons, including spearheads and shield bosses, and the fourth example of a brooch-bearing woman were among the highlights during five weeks of investigations at Barrow Clump, a Neolithic settlement which later became a Bronze Age burial mound and Saxon cemetery,
“The finding of the Anglo-Saxon sword, by Steve Winterton, couldn’t have been better scripted,” said Phil Andrews, of Wessex Archaeology, who admitted that this year’s excavations had exceeded his “relatively modest” expectations.
“Perhaps my most satisfying moment was the discovery of Lieutenant Colonel Hawley’s late 19th century excavation trench – something we had failed to find in previous seasons.
"Having a cherry-picker on site on Thursday gave us a chance to see the results of our work from above.
"The final burial was lifted on Friday and all recording completed. The last people left site on Saturday and by the end of Tuesday the excavation trenches had been backfilled and we said our farewells to Barrow Clump.
“It proved to be a very good year for beads, particularly glass, with a range of shapes, sizes and colours found with three of the female burials.
“Barrow Clump has always come up with pleasant surprises, and it is without doubt a site to remember for all the right reasons.”
Processing and post-excavation work will continue for the rest of the year, including x-rays of the sword.

Sources: Copyright © 2014 Culture 24 | Photo source © Wessex Archaeology

art-of-swords:

[ NEWS ] Archaeologists say Anglo-Saxon sword discovery “couldn’t have been better scripted”

  • By Ben Miller 
  • X-rays will be carried out on an Anglo-Saxon sword found alongside beads, bodies and more in neolithic Wiltshire

Archaeologists have praised the timing and good fortune of a barrow dig on Salisbury Plain which has culminated in the discovery of 13 Anglo-Saxon graves, adding to around 62 already found at the site during previous excavations.

A surprising Anglo-Saxon burial, found in a crouched position, a range of weapons, including spearheads and shield bosses, and the fourth example of a brooch-bearing woman were among the highlights during five weeks of investigations at Barrow Clump, a Neolithic settlement which later became a Bronze Age burial mound and Saxon cemetery,

“The finding of the Anglo-Saxon sword, by Steve Winterton, couldn’t have been better scripted,” said Phil Andrews, of Wessex Archaeology, who admitted that this year’s excavations had exceeded his “relatively modest” expectations.

“Perhaps my most satisfying moment was the discovery of Lieutenant Colonel Hawley’s late 19th century excavation trench – something we had failed to find in previous seasons.

"Having a cherry-picker on site on Thursday gave us a chance to see the results of our work from above.

"The final burial was lifted on Friday and all recording completed. The last people left site on Saturday and by the end of Tuesday the excavation trenches had been backfilled and we said our farewells to Barrow Clump.

“It proved to be a very good year for beads, particularly glass, with a range of shapes, sizes and colours found with three of the female burials.

“Barrow Clump has always come up with pleasant surprises, and it is without doubt a site to remember for all the right reasons.”

Processing and post-excavation work will continue for the rest of the year, including x-rays of the sword.

Sources: Copyright © 2014 Culture 24 | Photo source © Wessex Archaeology

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vicious-desperation:

bepeu:

no one has a crush on me. i am too strong to be crushed

image

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pyrar:

ktshy:

shortcuttothestars:

Pixie warrior by shortcuttothestars Term from pidgequeen &lt;3

Hey mich-tripp-comic!

normalizingpressure… I feel like this is something you and I would both appreciate. ijs

pyrar:

ktshy:

shortcuttothestars:

Hey mich-tripp-comic!


normalizingpressure… I feel like this is something you and I would both appreciate. ijs

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utadasam72:

The Five Forms of Sora

Brave ( Valor ) Form, Wisdom Form, Master Form, Final Form and Anti Form.

Kingdom Hearts 2

by ~MrLipschutz

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August202014

by rei_17

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