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May 02 2017

felip
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April 27 2017

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naamahdarling:

did-you-kno:

Kuli the one-eyed cat started surfing when he was 6 months old after being rescued from the streets of Honolulu. He has no fear of water because he was bathed a lot while recovering from eye surgery.

As far as surfing cats go, Kuli is a pro - although he does wear a teeny-tiny-yet-functional life preserver on occasion.

He seems pretty content with life, even immediately following surgery.

I just want to point out that you may never again see another photo that includes a one-eyed cat, drenched in water, floating on a surfboard, perfectly chill, in front of a double rainbow.

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This is the most magnificent photo I have ever seen.

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April 24 2017

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kookiekunt:

23pairsofchromosomes:

Butterfly eggs on a raspberry plantA micro-crack in steel

A micro-crack in steelHousehold dust

Household dustNeedle and thread

Needle and threadE.coli bacteria on lettuce

E.coli bacteria on lettuce

Beard hairs under a scanning electron microscope: cut with razor (left) and electric shaver (right)

Beard hairs under a scanning electron microscope: cut with razor (left) and electric shaver (right)A moth wing

A moth wingLeaf of a Virginia spiderwort

Leaf of a Virginia spiderwortMarijuana

Marijuanashark skin

Shark skin

What I got from this is that sharks are MADE OF TEETH

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did-you-kno:

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© VALERIO VINCENZO
Website | Facebook | Twitter

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April 21 2017

felip
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April 20 2017

web footed geckos are cool

corgigoggles:

actionables:

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a lot of people saw a photo of this little guy

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and didn’t believe he was a real lizard

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or even a real creature at all

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but guess what?

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they were very wrong

@jar-of-bees

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darkpachimari:

interior-design-home:

If you can’t hide the wires, make them part of the decor

Beautiful

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April 19 2017

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darkpachimari:

interior-design-home:

If you can’t hide the wires, make them part of the decor

Beautiful

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Comical Ceramic Figures Produced With Ancient Materials by Luciano Polverigiani

South American artist Luciano Polverigiani creates ceramic objects that lay at the intersection of fine art sculptures and toys, figures that are designed with both a playful and thoughtfully considered eye. Each work is produced from various clays and mud, and then fired with eucalyptus wood in a gas kiln at the ideal temperature for vitrification. Although much of Polverigiani’s work is about experimentation with enamel and color glazes, the artist limits himself to materials that were readily available to ancient civilizations. You can view more of his ceramic figures on his Behance.

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April 16 2017

spinejackel:

I recently found my “gold” hammer after misplacing it. It’s my favorite tool ever because it looks like a regular hammer trying to be fancy,

but then you twist both halves and unscrew it to find a flat-head screwdriver in the middle.

BUT, if you twist the very end and unscrew that

you find a phillips screwdriver.

BUT DON’T THINK THAT’S ALL THERE IS! THERE’S MORE!! unscrew the very end again to find a smaller flat-head screwdriver!

BUT THAT’S STILL NOT THE END!!

unscrew the end of this screwdriver to find a final, teeny tiny, flat-head screwdriver

look at how cute it is!

it’s like a matryoshka doll of tools.

April 07 2017

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refurbthecat:

refurbthecat:

refurbthecat:

refurbthecat:

refurbthecat:

Current life status: Hungry, Screaming

Life status update: Well-fed, Screaming

Life status update: Relaxing, Screaming

Life status update: Covered In Ducks, Screaming

Life status update: Leading Duck Army Into Battle, Screaming

spinejackel:

I recently found my “gold” hammer after misplacing it. It’s my favorite tool ever because it looks like a regular hammer trying to be fancy,

but then you twist both halves and unscrew it to find a flat-head screwdriver in the middle.

BUT, if you twist the very end and unscrew that

you find a phillips screwdriver.

BUT DON’T THINK THAT’S ALL THERE IS! THERE’S MORE!! unscrew the very end again to find a smaller flat-head screwdriver!

BUT THAT’S STILL NOT THE END!!

unscrew the end of this screwdriver to find a final, teeny tiny, flat-head screwdriver

look at how cute it is!

it’s like a matryoshka doll of tools.

felip

April 06 2017

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hollowedskin:

shamaniac-reverie:

The alphabet shown symmetrically. Source unknown.

no this is a sigil to summon a typographer

March 16 2017

felip
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Nata Metlukh
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March 15 2017

Anatomical Murals of Bisected Animals by Street Artist Nychos

Street artist Nychos paints large murals of bisected animals and humans, large works that allow you to take a peek inside their anatomical structure. These works include extremely detailed bone and vein structures, such as the Tyrannosaurus rex he painted in Oakland, California late last year. Most recently he has been on a tour through Australia where he has made stops in both Sydney and Melbourne to put up works.

Nychos opened a solo exhibition of works on paper with Juddy Roller Gallery in Melbourne during this tour titled Monochrome Organism on March 10. You can see more of his public and canvas-based paintings on his Instagram and Facebook. (via This Isn’t Happiness)

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March 14 2017

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akoolguy:

durbikins:

coolthingoftheday:

stickycrunchychewy:

coolthingoftheday:

Ooho! is an edible, biodegradable plastic water bottle that can be eaten. It is made from seaweed and calcium chloride, and costs only two cents per orb to manufacture. 

(Source)

cool, but why?

The main reason is pollution, but I can see this having a lot of application in areas of the world where they can’t necessarily afford to produce water bottles. They’re enormously cheaper to manufacture than water bottles for the same comparable amount of water.

*goes into a bar and orders water orb like A Bug’s Life*

*slams down 50 cents* ORBS ARE ON ME TONIGHT BOYS

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March 13 2017

felip
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