Randomness

wildcat2030:

We’ve always dreamed that one day we can move from one place to another without having to deal with traffic jam. How bout flying from one place to another? Take a look at Zero helicopter concept by Hector del Amo. This single person vehicle is no ordinary chopper, well it’s not a private jet, but it does the job in a very cool way. We like the fact that this zero-shaped chopper looks more compact compared to mosquito helicopter but unfortunately not as portable as Libelula helicopter. Regardless, we still wish to see Zero helicopter make it into the real world. Designer : Hector del Amo (via Zero Helicopter by Hector del Amo | Tuvie)

scienceisbeauty:

NASA artist’s conception of the New Horizons spacecraft approaching Pluto and Charon.
Source: Vote on Names for Pluto’s Moons, Georgia State University Library.

scienceisbeauty:

NASA artist’s conception of the New Horizons spacecraft approaching Pluto and Charon.

Source: Vote on Names for Pluto’s MoonsGeorgia State University Library.

DO IT.
Ask Away!!
1: What color(s) are you socks?
2: What book are you currently reading?
3: What’s the weather like right now?
4: What is your middle name?
5: Were you named after anyone?
6: Show a sample of your handwriting!
7: Do you play any instruments?
8: What is your religion?
9: What was the last comic book you read?
10: Do you believe in love at first sight?
11: Sate 5 facts about yourself.
12: State 5 facts about your bestfriend.
13: State 5 facts about your crush/boyfriend/girlfriend.
14: State 5 facts about your appearance.
15: State 5 facts about your hometown.
16: Do you think you’d make a good parent?
17: Would you ever consider adopting kids?
18: Would you ever get an abortion?
19: What’s a strange memory from your childhood?
20: Do you think cheaters (in relationships) deserve a second chance?
21: Do you find the last person you texted attractive?
22: Would you date the last person you texted?
23: How did you meet your boyfriend/girlfriend?
24: Name all of your siblings.
25: Do you have a good relationship with your siblings?
26: Do you have a good relationship with your parents?
27: What was the last cd you bought?
28: Do you own any vinyl records?
29: How many songs do you have on your ipod/music device?
30: Turn on shuffle; what are the first 5 songs that come up?
31: Do you have/want any tattoos?
32: How many piercings do you have?
33: Can you sing?
34: Do you consider yourself a good student?
35: What was the worst trouble you’ve ever gotten into?
36: What’s a favorite movie someone else introduced you to?
37: Do you know anyone your age who’s had a kid already?
38: What is your heritage?
39: Do you like where you live? Where would you move?
40: Do you like the sound of your voice?
41: How long is your hair?
42: What was the last thing you drew?
43: Are you the type to make lists?
44: What’s your morning routine like?
45: Were you involved in sports in school?
46: Who is/was your favorite teacher?
47: Did you ever have to wear braces?
48: What are things you do when you’re nervous?
49: Do you like going out to eat?
50: [Whatever you’d like to ask]
wildcat2030:

Though he never actually crossed it, the Greek mathematician Pythagoras is sometimes credited with having first conceived of the Equator, calculating its location on the Earth’s sphere more than four centuries before the birth of Christ. Aristotle, who never stepped over it either and knew nothing about the landscape surrounding it, pictured the equatorial region as a land so hot that no one could survive there: the ‘Torrid Zone’. For the Greeks, the inhabited world to the north — what they called the oikumene — existed opposite an uncharted region called the antipodes. The two areas were cut off from one another by the Equator, an imaginary line often depicted as a ring of fire populated by mythical creatures. (via Kurt Hollander - The Equator)

wildcat2030:

Though he never actually crossed it, the Greek mathematician Pythagoras is sometimes credited with having first conceived of the Equator, calculating its location on the Earth’s sphere more than four centuries before the birth of Christ. Aristotle, who never stepped over it either and knew nothing about the landscape surrounding it, pictured the equatorial region as a land so hot that no one could survive there: the ‘Torrid Zone’. For the Greeks, the inhabited world to the north — what they called the oikumene — existed opposite an uncharted region called the antipodes. The two areas were cut off from one another by the Equator, an imaginary line often depicted as a ring of fire populated by mythical creatures. (via Kurt Hollander - The Equator)

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Lolz best!

thefuuuucomics:

Submitted by andrea

thefuuuucomics:

Submitted by andrea

Anonymously tell me your feelings for me.

It doesn’t have to be romantic (though if you did feel that way, it’d be perfectly fine and I would like to know that). Just how you feel in general. I get curious of people’s impressions of me.