I was peer-pressured into this. Since then it has eaten my life. Superwholock, Homestuck, Hannibal, and whatever else catches my eye.
Warning: this blog is not even remotely spoiler free, and I'm far too lazy to tag things properly.

 

Another thought on the Dark Planet Lit By No Sun

thief-in-the-dark:

In symbolism, we tend to think of the moon as the opposite of the sun— and in some ways it is. The moon is tiny while the sun is enormous, it can only reflect light instead of generating it, it waxes and wanes instead of being a constant, it orbits rather than being the object orbited around.

But…

kioskstuck:

otter-cha0s:

tanxsinx:

ichthyologist:

Scientists Successfully Implant Lungs into Fish
Scientists have successfully created a goldfish that is capable of breathing atmospheric air. Using advanced microsurgery techniques, researchers at the New South Wales Veterinary Institute implanted a pair of frog lungs into the fish, which survived out of water for 2 hours.
The lungs were connected to the respiratory surface that were naturally found in the gills. The fish was able to conduct gas exchange through the lungs instead of the gills, which allowed it to breath in a terrestrial environment. A very humid chamber was constructed for the goldfish so that it did not dehydrate.
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Image: KSL.org

why

SCIENCE ISN’T ABOUT WHY IT’S ABOUT WHY NOT

i don’t think you guys understand how important this is if we’re able to put lungs in fish it means we may be able to put gills in humans which means we’re one step closer to becoming mermaids

kioskstuck:

otter-cha0s:

tanxsinx:

ichthyologist:

Scientists Successfully Implant Lungs into Fish

Scientists have successfully created a goldfish that is capable of breathing atmospheric air. Using advanced microsurgery techniques, researchers at the New South Wales Veterinary Institute implanted a pair of frog lungs into the fish, which survived out of water for 2 hours.

The lungs were connected to the respiratory surface that were naturally found in the gills. The fish was able to conduct gas exchange through the lungs instead of the gills, which allowed it to breath in a terrestrial environment. A very humid chamber was constructed for the goldfish so that it did not dehydrate.

Find out more

Image: KSL.org

why

SCIENCE ISN’T ABOUT WHY IT’S ABOUT WHY NOT

i don’t think you guys understand how important this is if we’re able to put lungs in fish it means we may be able to put gills in humans which means we’re one step closer to becoming mermaids

all-four-cheekbones:

shinydiscopaul:

citoyenprouvaire:

things literally everyone, regardless of gender, looks good in:

  • suits
  • lacy lingerie
  • eyeliner
  • thigh-highs
  • corsets
  • boots
  • long dramatic coats

swans-glasses:

Strategic Homeland Intervention, Enforcement and Logistics Division?

More like,

Shit Hydra Is Everywhere, Lock Down.

I met my wife at a Star Trek convention. She was study abroad from France and spoke little English, and I didn’t know a lick of French. So, for the first few months of our relationship, we communicated by speaking Klingon.

Hear more tales of nerdery in this week’s Pwn Up! (via dorkly)

Okay I’m not even a Star Trek fan but that’s beautiful.

(via tchy)

phanstop:

wontforgets:

snowwanderer:

jeanqueerschtein:

kohai-san:

fuck-you-im-australian:

mr-egbutt:

residentevils:

when u accidently type me instead of my 

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accidentally typing “yeha” instead of “yeah”

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accidentally typing olay instead of okay

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accidentally typing “oy” instead of yo

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accidentally typing “god” instead of “good”

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accidentally typing ‘thy’ instead of ‘they’

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accidentally typing “beliebe” instead of “believe”

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typing “hte” instead of “the” 

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