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caffeineandkarma:

Yeah Bitch, I science. I science HARD.

caffeineandkarma:

Yeah Bitch, I science. I science HARD.


4evermarked359:

Greek coin, c 500-480 BC with octopus


Hydra spin-off?

4evermarked359:

Greek coin, c 500-480 BC with octopus

Hydra spin-off?

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Tyler Oakley speaking whalish. derpic!

Tyler Oakley speaking whalish. derpic!


merijaynne:

laughterkey:

khrispkream:

boy we weak as hell in america

Seriously though what is this?

The REAL hot potato

Imagine being the goalie. Tough day at work… 

merijaynne:

laughterkey:

khrispkream:

boy we weak as hell in america

Seriously though what is this?

The REAL hot potato

Imagine being the goalie. Tough day at work… 

(via laughterkey)


Cat accelerator. For hard core cat physics.

Cat accelerator. For hard core cat physics.

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idontwannabesued:

fuckyeahcomicsbaby:

“The Ride” by Rodolphe Guenoden

HOLD THE FUCK UP

(via wilwheaton)


freakishlyawesomestuff:

Baby bat yawning


Rawr!

freakishlyawesomestuff:

Baby bat yawning

Rawr!

(via laughterkey)


The fans have a term that I’ve learned which is fantastic. It’s called ‘squee.’ S-Q-U-E-E. I’ll tell you I kept reading it going, ‘What does that mean?’

And then I walked onto the helicarrier. It’s a helicarrrier. I walked into the first scene, I walked through the door, and all of a sudden, I was looking at a kind of roundtable, around which was seated Thor, Captain America, Bruce Banner, Nick Fury, and Black Widow…

And I thought [small voice], ‘Squee!’

I get it now! Then I look around and it’s Robert Downey, Jeremy Renner, and Scarlett. Johannson. [sighs]. And I’m having the actor’s squee too!


bobbycaputo:

Virgin Galactic reaches new supersonic heights, completes third powered flight
Richard Branson’s commercial spaceline Virgin Galactic completed the third rocket-powered supersonic flight of its passenger carrying reusable space vehicle on Friday, SpaceShipTwo (SS2). Here’s the company’s news brief, from Mojave:

In command on the flight deck of SS2 for the first time under rocket power was Virgin Galactic’s Chief Pilot Dave Mackay. Mackay, along with Scaled Composites’ (Scaled) Test Pilot Mark Stucky, tested the spaceship’s Reaction Control System (RCS) and the newly installed thermal protection coating on the vehicle’s tail booms. All of the test objectives were successfully completed.
The flight departed Mojave Air and Space Port at 7:22 a.m. PST with the first stage consisting of the WhiteKnightTwo (WK2) carrier aircraft lifting SS2 to an altitude around 46,000 ft. At the controls of WK2 were Virgin Galactic Pilot Mike Masucci and Scaled Test Pilot Mike Alsbury. On release, SS2’s rocket motor was ignited, powering the spaceship to a planned altitude of 71,000 ft. – SS2’s highest altitude to date – and a maximum speed of Mach 1.4. SS2’s unique feather re-entry system was also tested during the flight.

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bobbycaputo:

Virgin Galactic reaches new supersonic heights, completes third powered flight

Richard Branson’s commercial spaceline Virgin Galactic completed the third rocket-powered supersonic flight of its passenger carrying reusable space vehicle on Friday, SpaceShipTwo (SS2). Here’s the company’s news brief, from Mojave:

In command on the flight deck of SS2 for the first time under rocket power was Virgin Galactic’s Chief Pilot Dave Mackay. Mackay, along with Scaled Composites’ (Scaled) Test Pilot Mark Stucky, tested the spaceship’s Reaction Control System (RCS) and the newly installed thermal protection coating on the vehicle’s tail booms. All of the test objectives were successfully completed.

The flight departed Mojave Air and Space Port at 7:22 a.m. PST with the first stage consisting of the WhiteKnightTwo (WK2) carrier aircraft lifting SS2 to an altitude around 46,000 ft. At the controls of WK2 were Virgin Galactic Pilot Mike Masucci and Scaled Test Pilot Mike Alsbury. On release, SS2’s rocket motor was ignited, powering the spaceship to a planned altitude of 71,000 ft. – SS2’s highest altitude to date – and a maximum speed of Mach 1.4. SS2’s unique feather re-entry system was also tested during the flight.

(Continue Reading)

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