Anonymous asked: Have you ever posted a picture of yourself on here?
to my knowledge I have not posted a picture of myself, however, I am in my icon, or at least part of me is.
A bullet passes through a soap bubble in the schlieren photo above. The schlieren optical technique is sensitive to changes in the refractive index and, since a fluid’s refractive index changes with density, permits the visualization of shock waves. A strong curved bow shock is visible in front of the bullet as well as weaker lines marking additional shocks waves around the bullet. Impressively, the bullet’s passage is so fast (and the photo’s timing so perfect) that there are no imperfections or signs of bursting in the soap bubble. The photo’s caption suggests that the bubble may be filled with multiple gases. If they are unmixed and of differing densities, this may be the source of the speckling and plume-like structures inside the bubble. Incidentally, if anyone out there has high-speed schlieren video of a bullet passing through a soap bubble, I would love to see it. (Photo credit: H. Edgerton and K. Vandiver)
Left and right are both directions. The difference between them is that when facing due North, your former will be to the West, and your latter will fall on the East. Remember which half of your body was placed in each quadrant, and you will be able to know the difference between your left and right, this works even after you discontinue facing North.
Red is the light reflecting visual representation shared by both blood, and my blankie. It’s also the opposite of green.
The new colour is called Banewolf. I may not have been able to visualise it, but I did just think of it, which was the only prerequisite.
Pure water doesn’t stimulate any of the varying taste sensations, neither does it effect the sense of smell. So this is basically like asking “What is breathing oxygen unassisted in outer space like” knowing full well humans can’t breathe there. However, almost all water you’ve ever drunk has been tainted by something else; tannin, fluoride, minerals, blahblahblah, it depends on where you are. You simply become accustomed to that water so you no longer taste the additional properties. This is why when you go to a different area and drink tap water, sometimes it tastes bad. Or why if you are used to drinking rain water, tap/bore is disgusting to you. It’s not the actual water, it’s the tiny little extra bits you are tasting.
you finally sneak into the dragon’s cave and find his treasure chest. you open it and there is just a macaroni drawing by the dragon’s son.
“ITS TREASURE TO MEEEEE” the dragon bellows
how is it that we all started drawing that S thing in elementary school, across the country, without the Internet telling us to
Which S thing?
THE S THING
there was this big study on this and it just keeps going back and back and back to like the late 1800’s and even farther and farther and in the end no one has a fucking clue
guys, that was even a thing in France
(Source: nogdrinker, via thedrawbridgethatismypants)
Read the recently leaked Three Stories by J.D. Salinger HERE. This collection contains “An Ocean Full of Bowling Balls,” “Birthday Boy,” and “Paula.”
(Source: alicesadventuresintherye, via standpoor)
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every time i see this i imagine the buildings in the back going “ohh shit, there’s gonna be a fight, I’m getting the fuck out of here” while the older buildings in the front say “fucking yellow-bellied new buildings, never seen a fight in their lives”
Strength is being able to crush a tomato.
Dexterity is being able to dodge a tomato.
Constitution is being able to eat a bad tomato.
Intelligence is knowing a tomato is a fruit.
Wisdom is knowing not to put a tomato in a fruit salad.
Charisma is being able to sell a tomato based fruit salad.
Alphonse Mucha - Primrose and Feather (1899)