1. Geometric abstract sandcastles by artist Calvin Seibert.

    (Source: ioanaiuliana21)

     
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Putting Up Roots // Vincent Di Fate

    Putting Up Roots // Vincent Di Fate

    (Source: translucentmind)

     
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    itsthelittlebluecar:

Farewell, Matt Smith

    itsthelittlebluecar:

    Farewell, Matt Smith

     
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    mudwerks:

(via and everything else too: Hanover House ‘67 Gift Guide (PART TWO))
     
  5. that-kind-of-orc:

    Paul Williams, being the suavest motherfuckin ape I’ve ever seen.

     
  6. 13:39

    notes: 151

    reblogged from: reality-breaker

    tags: illustration

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    reality-breaker:

Ture Ekroos
     
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    apesmovies:

Get to know Caesar and the intelligent ape civilization before you see them in the upcoming summer blockbuster, Dawn of the Planet of the Apes.

    apesmovies:

    Get to know Caesar and the intelligent ape civilization before you see them in the upcoming summer blockbuster, Dawn of the Planet of the Apes.

     
  8. 09:24 10th Jul 2014

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    reblogged from: abbiesscienceblog

    tags: chemistry

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    clearscience:

freshphotons:

"Of the 118 elements that make up everything—from the compounds in a chemists arsenal to consumer products on the shelf—44 will face supply limitations in the coming years. These critical elements include rare earth elements, precious metals, and even life essentials like Phosphorus. Research into more abundant alternatives, more efficient uses, recycling and recovery will help mitigate risks and move industry us towards sustainable supply chains." Via.

A while back Clear Science used the example of tellurium (Te, element 52) to illustrate how obtaining enough of a specific material can be challenging.

    clearscience:

    freshphotons:

    "Of the 118 elements that make up everything—from the compounds in a chemists arsenal to consumer products on the shelf—44 will face supply limitations in the coming years. These critical elements include rare earth elements, precious metals, and even life essentials like Phosphorus. Research into more abundant alternatives, more efficient uses, recycling and recovery will help mitigate risks and move industry us towards sustainable supply chains." Via.

    A while back Clear Science used the example of tellurium (Te, element 52) to illustrate how obtaining enough of a specific material can be challenging.

     
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  10. 09:28 8th Jul 2014

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    reblogged from: m1k3y

    tags: Venusspace exploration1982Russia

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    m1k3y:

Venusian Surface and Sky, from Venera 13 (1982)
Credits: Soviet Space Agency - Credits for the additional process. and color.: Dr Don P. Mitchell and Dr Paolo C. Fienga/Lunar Explorer Italia/IPF

The Venera 13 lander survived for 127 minutes (the planned design life was 32 minutes) in an environment with a temperature of 457 °C (855 °F) and a pressure of 89 Earth atmospheres (9.0 MPa). The descent vehicle transmitted data to the bus, which acted as a data relay as it flew by Venus. (Wikipedia)

    m1k3y:

    Venusian Surface and Sky, from Venera 13 (1982)

    Credits: Soviet Space Agency - Credits for the additional process. and color.: Dr Don P. Mitchell and Dr Paolo C. Fienga/Lunar Explorer Italia/IPF

    The Venera 13 lander survived for 127 minutes (the planned design life was 32 minutes) in an environment with a temperature of 457 °C (855 °F) and a pressure of 89 Earth atmospheres (9.0 MPa). The descent vehicle transmitted data to the bus, which acted as a data relay as it flew by Venus. (Wikipedia)