yo-yo-me:

(Paul Alexander’s cover for the 1977 edition) (via Book Review: The Worlds of Frank Herbert, Frank Herbert (1970) | Science Fiction and Other Suspect Ruminations)

wapiti3:

Illustratio iconographica insectorum quæ in Musæis Parisinis; By Coquebert de Montbret, Antoine Jean, 1753-1825 Fabricius, Johann Christian, 1745-1808 Stainton, H. T, (Henry Tibbats) 1822-1892 Stephens, J. F., (James Francis), 1792-1853 on Flickr.

BHL Collections:
Smithsonian Libraries
Publication info
Parisiis :typis Petri Didot natu majoris,[1799]-1804.

laughingsquid:

A Video of Mesmerizing Circular Patterns Created by Taping a GoPro Camera to a Car Wheel

So I’m almost done with this one idk what else to do to it. Maybe darken the street? More shadows? It doesn’t look quite right to me.

if you haven’t seen this picture yet i’m sorry
queentinabelcher:

Alcohol vs marijuana
fishmad122:

paradisaic:

who is she?

Rockin body

gbftompkins:

zenstiel-the-chill-angel:

docjohnlock:

ultrafacts:

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Puts on suit and Google some fanfiction

DO NOT READ GAME OF THRONES

Hunger games.

(via ultrafacts)

unexplained-events:

Laika (Barker)

Sent on the Sputnik 2, Laika was the first living creature to orbit the Earth. Since there was no technology to de-orbit, she died in space as intended. She died from overheating. Her reports weren’t made public until 2002 so up until then everyone was told that she was euthanised prior to oxygen depletion (the six day mark). Laika has been the topic of ethics and animal cruelty in science for many years. Laika paved the way for human space-flight.

pixography:

Brian Smith