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''theory is when you know everything but nothing works
practice is when everything works but none-one knows why
in our labs theory and practice are combined , nothing works and no one knows why''
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(Mod blog of Ask Timebomb)

spaceplasma:

Planets of Our Solar System

Our solar system officially has eight planets and one star: the Sun. The discovery of an object larger than Pluto in 2005 rekindled the debate over whether such objects, belonging to the Kuiper Belt – a collection of icy bodies located beyond Neptune – should be called planets. Pluto and other large members of the Kuiper Belt are now considered “dwarf planets.”

Planet facts: space-facts.com


Arkhip Kuindzhi, After a Rain c.1879

blueberryfoxcake:

cardurr:

I can’t and I won’t get over this cat. I’m drawing it. I’m making everyone else draw it. No one can capture its majesty.

The colorful drawings are mine. The Star crew had a game night last night, and I made everyone who was there draw their version of the cat in Evon’s sketchbook. The last one is a quick doodle my friend Emily did.

Presently her excellency, Queen Ruffleflounce La Frou

winterinthebellyofahyrda:

bon bon untitled

geritsel:

Fritz Koch Gotha dog illustrations - just love ‘m

(via 0rt)

Nina Simone - Sinner Man

roadmovies:

Sinnerman - Nina Simone

the piano starting at 4:53 & the drums at 7:07.

if you haven’t listened to this song, your ears haven’t lived.

steampunktendencies:

1912, Titanic in colour. Colorised by Anton Logvynenko

[ Via  Retronaut ]

(via peashooter85)

so i got tagged , and tomorow i have college in the morning and it’s 3 m , so let’s do this shit~

Rules: Just insert your answers to the questions below. Tag at least 10 followers.

I was tagged by some stupid ass (buttercheese)

Name: Nicolas
Nickname:nonexist , timebomb , that one fuckng asshole
Birthday: feb 11
Gender: male
Sexuality: SCIENCE
Height: i dont know
Time Zone: utc - 05.00
What time and date is it there: 02.18 am 01/09/2014
Average hours of sleep I get each night:either 3 to 4 or 10 to 13, depends really
The last thing I Googled Binged was: foobawl
My most used phrase on Tumblr(s): fuck
First word that comes to mind: neigh
What I last said to a family member: i’ll do it latter
One place that makes me happy & why: probably iceland ,it was really pretty and soothing and people where hella nice and all
How many blankets I sleep under:one , it’s a thermic one so i get really hot eitherways
Favorite beverage(s):cold milk with a bit of honney
The last movie I watched in the cinema: the grand Budapest hotel (it’s fucking good yo)
Three things I can’t live without: books , internet , and travels
Something I plan on learning: necromancy , or alternatlvley how to draw humans better , prolly will do both
A piece of advice for all my followers:

Add the boiling water to the mixture, a little at a time, until smooth. (The cake mixture will now be very liquid.)

Divide the cake batter between the sandwich tins and bake in the oven for 25-35 minutes, or until the top is firm to the touch and a skewer inserted into the centre of the cake comes out clean.

now i shall find the spectacular assholes i shall tag
askkillionlightfeather , blueberryfoxcake . zolah , rockyroadruv . batherik , outofofofsight , askdreambaker , davidrazi , thesweetadventuresofstrawberry

nearlyentertainment:

blueberryfoxcake:

I love it when people do that whistley thing when they laugh. It’s heartwarming and special <3

Shut up. It just happens when I laugh for too long!

you two are complete imbeciles

onemagpie:

My friend flow-motion did the key frames I did those in between

(via chocolate-time-machine)

bluedogeyes:

Sugarplum Fairy and  Buckner matthew by Mihail Glooh

From the film The Cabin in the Woods (2012)

Artist deviantart

(via chocolate-time-machine)

grofjardanhazy:

More photos with explanations:Slum Life In New York City During the Nineteenth Century’s Gilded Age

Wealth flowed during the 1880s and 90s, but only to the upper echelons of society. A vast gulf opened between rich and poor, earning this era the nickname “the Gilded Age.” One immigrant photographer captured what it was like for New York’s poor during this time, and his images remain arresting today.

The Danish-born carpenter Jacob Riis (1849-1914) migrated to the US in 1870. He started his career as a journalist in 1873 as a police reporter, only three years after he arrived in New York. Later he became the city editor of the New York Tribune.

When flash photography was born in 1887, he and three photographer friends began to photograph the slums of New York City and three years later he published How the Other Half Lives: Studies Among the Tenements of New York with more than a hundred photographs.

Later he wrote some other books, but none of those could approach the success of How the Other Half LivesThe whole book with photos and illustrations is available here.