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10/1/2014
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10/1/2014
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This or That | Anon:Asami or and Korra

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10/1/2014
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PHOTO OP: Invisible Corn Via omgdeedee.

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PHOTO OP: Invisible Corn Via omgdeedee.

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9/30/2014
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Didn’t your mother ever teach you, it’s rude to stare?

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9/30/2014
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You just found me in the wrong u n i v e r s e. That’s all. This is, as they say, the darkest timeline. Everywhere else, nay, “everywhen” else — us in the Civil War, us in Ancient Egypt, us in the swinging ’60s — we are happy.

If this theory holds, well, by the law of averages, there had to be one universe — just this one — where we don’t end up together. Here and now just happens to be it.

If you’re sad, do like I do and just think of the other ‘verses. The ones where I believe in love and where I don’t hate myself and where I never feel the need to kamikaze relationships. A universe where we can have nice things.

Because you could have loved me forever. And maybe in another universe, I let you.

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9/30/2014
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In the dark of the ocean, some animals have evolved to use bioluminescence as a defense. In the animation above, an ostracod, one of the tiny crustaceans seen flitting near the top of the tank, has just been swallowed by a cardinal fish. When threatened, the ostracod ejects two chemicals, luciferin and luciferase, which, when combined, emit light. Because the glow would draw undesirable attention to the cardinal fish, it spits out the ostracod and the glowing liquid and flees. Check out the full video clip over at BBC News. Other crustaceans, including several species of shrimp, also spit out bioluminescent fluids defensively. 

In the dark of the ocean, some animals have evolved to use bioluminescence as a defense. In the animation above, an ostracod, one of the tiny crustaceans seen flitting near the top of the tank, has just been swallowed by a cardinal fish. When threatened, the ostracod ejects two chemicals, luciferin and luciferase, which, when combined, emit light. Because the glow would draw undesirable attention to the cardinal fish, it spits out the ostracod and the glowing liquid and flees. Check out the full video clip over at BBC News. Other crustaceans, including several species of shrimp, also spit out bioluminescent fluids defensively

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9/29/2014
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9/29/2014
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catsbeaversandducks:

Jimmy eats bugs sometimes.
Illustration/caption by ©Seo Kim

catsbeaversandducks:

Jimmy eats bugs sometimes.

Illustration/caption by ©Seo Kim

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9/28/2014
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sakuyat:

My Queen.
last post : Queen of Moors

sakuyat:

My Queen.

last post : Queen of Moors

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