Woah. Just take it easy, man.

30th September 2014

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30th September 2014

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30th September 2014

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kuudererules:

ASSASSIN’S CREED - UNITY COLLECTION

Link - http://goo.gl/0akLqP

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30th September 2014

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annabellioncourt:

YOU SHOULD FEEL ASHAMED OF YOURSELF FOR THAT PUN

annabellioncourt:

YOU SHOULD FEEL ASHAMED OF YOURSELF FOR THAT PUN

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30th September 2014

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30th September 2014

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inatt:

by Furrrka

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30th September 2014

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distant-traveller:


Fall colors arriving







A few days after autumn showed up on the calendar in the Northern Hemisphere, it showed up on the landscape of North America. The Moderate Resolution Imaging Spectroradiometer (MODIS) on NASA’s Terra satellite captured this view of fall colors around the Great Lakes on Sept. 26, 2014.
The changing of leaf color in temperate forests involves several causes and reactions, but the dominant factors are sunlight and heat. Since temperatures tend to drop sooner and sunlight fades faster at higher latitudes, the progression of fall color changes tends to move from north to south across North America from mid-September through mid-November.
In late summer and autumn, tree and plant leaves produce less chlorophyll, the green pigment that harvests sunlight for plants to convert water and carbon dioxide into sugars. The subsidence of chlorophyll allows other chemical compounds in the leaves—particularly carotenoids and flavonoids—to emerge from the green shadow of summer. These compounds do not decay as fast as chlorophyll, so they shine through in yellows, oranges, and reds as the green fades. Another set of chemicals, anthocyanins, are associated with the storage of sugars and give the leaves of some species deep purple and red hues.

Image credit: Jeff Schmaltz at NASA GSFC. Caption by Mike Carlowicz

distant-traveller:

Fall colors arriving

A few days after autumn showed up on the calendar in the Northern Hemisphere, it showed up on the landscape of North America. The Moderate Resolution Imaging Spectroradiometer (MODIS) on NASA’s Terra satellite captured this view of fall colors around the Great Lakes on Sept. 26, 2014.

The changing of leaf color in temperate forests involves several causes and reactions, but the dominant factors are sunlight and heat. Since temperatures tend to drop sooner and sunlight fades faster at higher latitudes, the progression of fall color changes tends to move from north to south across North America from mid-September through mid-November.

In late summer and autumn, tree and plant leaves produce less chlorophyll, the green pigment that harvests sunlight for plants to convert water and carbon dioxide into sugars. The subsidence of chlorophyll allows other chemical compounds in the leaves—particularly carotenoids and flavonoids—to emerge from the green shadow of summer. These compounds do not decay as fast as chlorophyll, so they shine through in yellows, oranges, and reds as the green fades. Another set of chemicals, anthocyanins, are associated with the storage of sugars and give the leaves of some species deep purple and red hues.

Image credit: Jeff Schmaltz at NASA GSFC. Caption by Mike Carlowicz

30th September 2014

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30th September 2014

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unexplained-events:

Just the two of us

Photographer Klaus Pichler takes pictures of Australian Cosplayers in their homes against the backdrop of their everyday lives. He says that the unknown identities and mundane activities give this project a very mysterious vibe.

You can view more of his amazing projects HERE

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30th September 2014

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lonestray:

By Torva Terra

lonestray:

By Torva Terra

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30th September 2014

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Jakub Rozalski

29th September 2014

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fuckyeah1990s:

Bill Gates jumping over a chair

nice one bill

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29th September 2014

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comingtothetree:

AMERICAN HORROR STORY: MURDER HOUSE, ASYLUM, COVEN, FREAK SHOW

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29th September 2014

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princesssugarbutt:

So yeah I can see how many fingers you’re holding up

THIS IS VERY ACCURATE

THIS IS VERY BEAUTIFUL

Is this accurate? Is this what it’s actually like to not be able to see clearly?

YES!! Even the glasses look like mine!

This is why I love Christmas so much. I can just take off my glasses and it’s like looking at a magical world full of bright fuzzy fairies.

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29th September 2014

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atraversso:

Two Spectacular Photographs of a Volcanic Eruption as Seen from Space by Endeavour

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