liartownusa:

This. What to Say When You’ve Got Absolutely Nothing Intelligent to Add 

This. lol I’m so mad I was actually just about tweet almost the same joke.

liartownusa:

This. What to Say When You’ve Got Absolutely Nothing Intelligent to Add 

This. lol I’m so mad I was actually just about tweet almost the same joke.

liartownusa:

Oh Christ, It’s This Asshole Again

liartownusa:

Oh Christ, It’s This Asshole Again

"Differentiating is like squeezing toothpaste out of the tube. Integrating is like putting the toothpaste back into the tube."

— Calculus professor (via mathprofessorquotes)

medieval:

A dog eating its own vomit; a man and woman stand looking shocked.

Dogs haven’t changed much over the centuries.

14th C.  (via)

medieval:

A dog eating its own vomit; a man and woman stand looking shocked.

Dogs haven’t changed much over the centuries.

14th C.  (via)

A large mealy bug, Monophlebulus sp. walking.
Of the Family Margarodidae.

Video Monophlebulus by dnatheist (Alan Couch)
www.flickr.com/photos/couchy/6921182836
creativecommons.org/licenses/by/2.0/deed

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Slow down there, mealy bud!

(Source: drhoz)

pourmecoffee:


Chinese farmer wears almost half a million bees


That’s too many bees.
liartownusa:

Uncle Nessie

liartownusa:

Uncle Nessie

watershedplus:

It is not unusual to find ice spheres accumulating along places like the Northeastern shore of Lake Michigan during cold winters. The balls tend to form where water turbulence breaks up a layer of slush. Mattes of slush and frazil ice accrete in the turbulent, supercooled water. Where the wave action is strongest, typically near-shore, slush and frazil evolve into spherical lumps. If conditions are just right, they’ll continue to grow until waves push them ashore.

From Earth Science Picture of the day
Photos by Leda Olmsted

I thought for sure “frazil ice" was a typo. It’s not. It’s awesome. If you’re into water and ice, this is the Earth for you (maybe time to get out of New Mexico though).

inacom:

Bibliothèque nationale de France, Français 22971, f. 60v (Sri Lanka). Secrets de l’histoire naturelle. Cognac, c1480-1485. Artist: Robinet Testard. snail houses.


Snail houses are the ones I want.

inacom:

Bibliothèque nationale de France, Français 22971, f. 60v (Sri Lanka). Secrets de l’histoire naturelle. Cognac, c1480-1485. Artist: Robinet Testard. snail houses.

Snail houses are the ones I want.

(via medieval)

bexbax:

Medieval Lindorm Dragon, 15th century, from the alchemical scrolls of Sir George Ripley”Lindorms were most often encountered in churchyards, where they fed on human corpses, and would sometimes invade churches.”


Fuck yeah Lindorms

bexbax:

Medieval Lindorm Dragon, 15th century, from the alchemical scrolls of Sir George Ripley

Lindorms were most often encountered in churchyards, where they fed on human corpses, and would sometimes invade churches.”

Fuck yeah Lindorms

(via medieval)