penis-hilton:

malformalady:

A female deer crashes through the windows of a house, creating what looked like a scene from a horror film.

imagine finding your bathroom like this after the deer left

(via pillowfightsandlatenights)

Timestamp: 1401938697

penis-hilton:

malformalady:

A female deer crashes through the windows of a house, creating what looked like a scene from a horror film.

imagine finding your bathroom like this after the deer left

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sixpenceee:

Artist Rose-Lynn Fisher began this project of analyzing different types of tears under a light microscope.

It’s definitly interesting.

But keep in mind this is an ART project. I do not know the scientific verification behind her work. 

You can visit her website here

(via dustydazed)

Timestamp: 1400450686

sixpenceee:

Artist Rose-Lynn Fisher began this project of analyzing different types of tears under a light microscope.

It’s definitly interesting.

But keep in mind this is an ART project. I do not know the scientific verification behind her work. 

You can visit her website here

(via dustydazed)

canadian-space-agency:

Thousands of galaxies in a single picture.

Credit: NASA/ESA/Slate.com

(Source: Slate, via infinity-imagined)

Timestamp: 1400450627

canadian-space-agency:

Thousands of galaxies in a single picture.

Credit: NASA/ESA/Slate.com

(Source: Slate, via infinity-imagined)

1missedcallfromthedoctor:

I think it is time that we realized how much sass Godzilla has

Timestamp: 1400449562

1missedcallfromthedoctor:

I think it is time that we realized how much sass Godzilla has

(Source: w0rldtour, via dutchster)

nprfreshair:

18th century instrument to determine the sky’s ‘blueness’ called a Cyanometer: 

The simple device was invented in 1789 by Swiss physicist Horace-Bénédict de Saussure and German naturalist Alexander von Humboldt who used the circular array of 53 shaded sections in experiments above the skies over Geneva, Chamonix and Mont Blanc. 

via This is Colossal 

(via we-are-star-stuff)

Timestamp: 1400340283

nprfreshair:

18th century instrument to determine the sky’s ‘blueness’ called a Cyanometer: 

The simple device was invented in 1789 by Swiss physicist Horace-Bénédict de Saussure and German naturalist Alexander von Humboldt who used the circular array of 53 shaded sections in experiments above the skies over Geneva, Chamonix and Mont Blanc. 

via This is Colossal 

(via we-are-star-stuff)