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21slugs:

the-eightfold-path:

can this be shown like at the beginning and ending of commercial breaks or something? just, often and endlessly repeated.

I can’t stress how important this is and how religions or ideas should not justify taking away basic human rights

21slugs:

the-eightfold-path:

can this be shown like at the beginning and ending of commercial breaks or something? just, often and endlessly repeated.

I can’t stress how important this is and how religions or ideas should not justify taking away basic human rights

(Source: brains-in-vats, via thefiorellacurse)

twocubes:

hyrodium:

Inspired by this twocubes’ post and asked to make a animation of it, I made a gif.

:3 this is pretty

(you could have @mentioned me or tagged me so that I could have noticed this earlier tho :V)

Damn.

(via visualizingmath)

rhamphotheca:

A Visual Compendium of Bioluminescent Creatures

Hi guys! My name is Eleanor and I’m a self-employed artist from Seattle. This blog post is the first installment of what will hopefully be a year-long infographic design project. I’ve always been into biology and design, so I’m taking a year off after college to see if I can combine the two with at least marginal success.
It’s more of an experiment than anything else, so feel free to leave comments about what works, what doesn’t, and what might be scientifically incorrect despite my best efforts. I spend a lot of time trying to make these infographics accurate (for this post I read a 468 page textbook and used over 200 other sources) but naturally I’m not an expert in every subject I write about.
Today’s post diagrams a few of the most well studied bioluminescent organisms. Hope you enjoy it, and thanks for stopping by :) 
[click image to see larger]

(via: Tabletop Whale)

Beautiful info piece on bioluminescence.

rhamphotheca:

A Visual Compendium of Bioluminescent Creatures

Hi guys! My name is Eleanor and I’m a self-employed artist from Seattle. This blog post is the first installment of what will hopefully be a year-long infographic design project. I’ve always been into biology and design, so I’m taking a year off after college to see if I can combine the two with at least marginal success.

It’s more of an experiment than anything else, so feel free to leave comments about what works, what doesn’t, and what might be scientifically incorrect despite my best efforts. I spend a lot of time trying to make these infographics accurate (for this post I read a 468 page textbook and used over 200 other sources) but naturally I’m not an expert in every subject I write about.

Today’s post diagrams a few of the most well studied bioluminescent organisms. Hope you enjoy it, and thanks for stopping by :) 

[click image to see larger]

(via: Tabletop Whale)

Beautiful info piece on bioluminescence.

ivoryy-coast:

I’ll just leave this here 😒

ivoryy-coast:

I’ll just leave this here 😒

(via dutchster)

vividvivka:

… Damn.  I have no words.  RIP kiddo. Hope you found some peace.

vividvivka:

… Damn.
I have no words.
RIP kiddo. Hope you found some peace.

(via wicked-naughty-diva)

blissgirl32:

Dead Poets Society (1989)

Oh Captain, My Captain, we will be adrift without you.

RIP Mr. Williams. You won’t soon be forgotten.

(Source: somnulentia, via wicked-naughty-diva)

Get Some Great Comics; Help a Great Cause!

dcwomenkickingass:

Boom Studios has long been put out some great comics. Over the last year they have also had some comics that have the imprint rivaling Image for quality and freshness including Dead Letters and Lumberjanes. Now you can buy a whole collection of their comics while helping…

bendiswordsforpictures:

Various Alex Toth concept art for Hanna-Barbera

Drool

(Source: riderenmascarado1971, via tehawesomeness)

type-lover:

Calligraphy Collection
by Pokras Lampas

coolschmoolzines:

Hawkeye #19 was well worth the wait. I thought nothing would ever top Pizza Dog.

#19 is mostly in sign language with very little subtitles showing just how awesome the medium of comics can be.

Oh hell, three beautiful things in one day?? Thank you Monday, you’ve been pleasant!

(via ripppedfuel)

21slugs:

the-eightfold-path:

can this be shown like at the beginning and ending of commercial breaks or something? just, often and endlessly repeated.

I can’t stress how important this is and how religions or ideas should not justify taking away basic human rights

21slugs:

the-eightfold-path:

can this be shown like at the beginning and ending of commercial breaks or something? just, often and endlessly repeated.

I can’t stress how important this is and how religions or ideas should not justify taking away basic human rights

(Source: brains-in-vats, via thefiorellacurse)

twocubes:

hyrodium:

Inspired by this twocubes’ post and asked to make a animation of it, I made a gif.

:3 this is pretty

(you could have @mentioned me or tagged me so that I could have noticed this earlier tho :V)

Damn.

(via visualizingmath)

rhamphotheca:

A Visual Compendium of Bioluminescent Creatures

Hi guys! My name is Eleanor and I’m a self-employed artist from Seattle. This blog post is the first installment of what will hopefully be a year-long infographic design project. I’ve always been into biology and design, so I’m taking a year off after college to see if I can combine the two with at least marginal success.
It’s more of an experiment than anything else, so feel free to leave comments about what works, what doesn’t, and what might be scientifically incorrect despite my best efforts. I spend a lot of time trying to make these infographics accurate (for this post I read a 468 page textbook and used over 200 other sources) but naturally I’m not an expert in every subject I write about.
Today’s post diagrams a few of the most well studied bioluminescent organisms. Hope you enjoy it, and thanks for stopping by :) 
[click image to see larger]

(via: Tabletop Whale)

Beautiful info piece on bioluminescence.

rhamphotheca:

A Visual Compendium of Bioluminescent Creatures

Hi guys! My name is Eleanor and I’m a self-employed artist from Seattle. This blog post is the first installment of what will hopefully be a year-long infographic design project. I’ve always been into biology and design, so I’m taking a year off after college to see if I can combine the two with at least marginal success.

It’s more of an experiment than anything else, so feel free to leave comments about what works, what doesn’t, and what might be scientifically incorrect despite my best efforts. I spend a lot of time trying to make these infographics accurate (for this post I read a 468 page textbook and used over 200 other sources) but naturally I’m not an expert in every subject I write about.

Today’s post diagrams a few of the most well studied bioluminescent organisms. Hope you enjoy it, and thanks for stopping by :) 

[click image to see larger]

(via: Tabletop Whale)

Beautiful info piece on bioluminescence.

ivoryy-coast:

I’ll just leave this here 😒

ivoryy-coast:

I’ll just leave this here 😒

(via dutchster)

(Source: thechanelmuse, via dutchster)

vividvivka:

… Damn.  I have no words.  RIP kiddo. Hope you found some peace.

vividvivka:

… Damn.
I have no words.
RIP kiddo. Hope you found some peace.

(via wicked-naughty-diva)

blissgirl32:

Dead Poets Society (1989)

Oh Captain, My Captain, we will be adrift without you.

RIP Mr. Williams. You won’t soon be forgotten.

(Source: somnulentia, via wicked-naughty-diva)

Get Some Great Comics; Help a Great Cause!

dcwomenkickingass:

Boom Studios has long been put out some great comics. Over the last year they have also had some comics that have the imprint rivaling Image for quality and freshness including Dead Letters and Lumberjanes. Now you can buy a whole collection of their comics while helping…

bendiswordsforpictures:

Various Alex Toth concept art for Hanna-Barbera

Drool

(Source: riderenmascarado1971, via tehawesomeness)

type-lover:

Calligraphy Collection
by Pokras Lampas

coolschmoolzines:

Hawkeye #19 was well worth the wait. I thought nothing would ever top Pizza Dog.

#19 is mostly in sign language with very little subtitles showing just how awesome the medium of comics can be.

Oh hell, three beautiful things in one day?? Thank you Monday, you’ve been pleasant!

(via ripppedfuel)

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