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linesonwhite:

While practice-driving on the freeway today, I briefly wondered for a moment what Sonic’s reaction to speed limit signs would be.

…I think the pictures explain the rest pretty well, haha.

(via speedofwhatever)

I already saw that on Tumblr.
-literally everything (via beccaliving)

(via luckydreamring)

fumomoblog:

シャドウを駄目にする枕

           マリア・・・・・    
                        
                                        スヤァ View in High-Res

fumomoblog:

シャドウを駄目にする枕

           マリア・・・・・                                                                      スヤァ

Sonic Kero Destiny {x}

(Source: , via 777mari777)

gazpacho-lover:

fumomoblog:

こういう遊びは楽しいんだけどうぐぐむずい
SA Style! View in High-Res

gazpacho-lover:

fumomoblog:

こういう遊びは楽しいんだけどうぐぐむずい

SA Style!

(via gazpacho-lover)

deviantart:

Holy gams, Batman!
I may live to regret drawing this by Stephenbyrne
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(Source: alkahestic, via gazpacho-lover)

science-junkie:

Let me introduce… The names of galaxies

The names of astronomical objects, and therefore of galaxies, are generally composed of letters and numbers, only the most renowned of them have a proper noun. The letters refer to the catalogues in which they are listed, while the numbers indicate the object’s entry in the catalogue. This is why a galaxy can have multiple names, for example, the Andromeda Galaxy is also known as M31 or NGC 224.
Some of the most common catalogues are:

  • M (Messier): A catalogue compiled by Charles Messier and several colleagues in the eighteenth century. In this catalogue there are many of the brightest and most remarkable objects, including nebulae and star clusters.
  • NGC/IC (New General Catalogue) / (Index Catalogue): The catalogue, compiled by JLE Dreyer from the 1860s-1880s, includes —in addition to star clusters and nebulae— about 10,000 of the most important galaxies and the first collection of astronomical photographs. Until recently, almost all the known galaxies belonged to this catalogue.
  • Arp: In 1966, Halton Arp  published the Atlas of Peculiar Galaxies, which contains 338 galaxies in total. The main purpose of the catalogue was to present photographically examples of different types of unusual galaxies’ structures. It was therefore a tool to facilitate the work of understanding what determines the form of elliptical or spiral galaxies.
  • UGC (Uppsala General Catalogue): It contains data for 12,921 galaxies north of declination = -2° 30’. The catalogue was published in 1973 by Peter Nilsson, classifying objects by location, size, orientation, and magnitude from Palomar Sky Survey photographs.

Other names, instead, refer to a survey name and the object’s coordinates. The digits, therefore, indicate the right ascension and declination (RA+/-DEC) or (α+/-δ) —either for epoch 1950 or 2000.
In this case some of the most common catalogues are: 

  • PKS: Radio sources from the Parkes radio telescope (i.e. PKS 0521-36).
  • IRAS: Infrared Astronomical Satellite (i.e. IRAS 09104+4109).

All the other data (whether they are numbers, letters, initials or abbreviation) are explained in the introductory part of each catalogue.
You can find the catalogue listing the beautiful Galactic Rose here.

Contacted by Shannon
Image Credit: NASA, ESA, and the Hubble Heritage Team.

Urgent security update

staff:

Bad news. A major vulnerability, known as “Heartbleed,” has been disclosed for the technology that powers encryption across the majority of the internet. That includes Tumblr.

We have no evidence of any breach and, like most networks, our team took immediate action to fix the issue.

But this still means that the little lock icon (HTTPS) we all trusted to keep our passwords, personal emails, and credit cards safe, was actually making all that private information accessible to anyone who knew about the exploit.

This might be a good day to call in sick and take some time to change your passwords everywhere—especially your high-security services like email, file storage, and banking, which may have been compromised by this bug.

You’ll be hearing more in the news over the coming days. Take care.

Guys, change your password!

lizziemcswagger:

getting an A in a science test

image

PFFFT HAHAH!

(via el-mio-es-con-h)

chromehearts:

A feminism comic I did for my uni’s newspaper. I wish I had a bit more time to work on it, but I’m pleased with how it came out considering the tight deadline!

Shouldn’t we call ourselves “Equalists” instead?

(via isakysaku)

bmichael:


Boy, this Akira move sure was good. Even the space baby politics were cool.
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bmichael:

Boy, this Akira move sure was good. Even the space baby politics were cool.

akira41:

His Insanity…

akira41:

His Insanity…

404-niko-not-found: HOHOHOHOHOHO ♥

OMG SANTA IS COMING EARLIER MOM GET THE BRIBERY COOKIES

How are you, Niko? :3 It’s been a while since I last asked you ;n;

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