freelance procrastinator called Helen. Don't ever say "take your time" to a procrastinator. I really dig Rammstein, Ween, Clutch, Swans, The Big Lebowski, Bob's Burgers, Gogol Bordello, animals, nature, the beach, funny stuff, Doug Benson, The Black Keys, Type O Negative, Firewater, Metalocalypse, The Walking Dead, It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia, Arrested Development, True Detective, True Blood, Shameless, breathing, Coen Brothers, John Waters, MST3K, LOTR, BSG, COD, LBP, old arcade games, ps3, Firefly, Medeski Martin Wood, and many more. Pizza and air conditioning rule my world. I like dark humor and try to laugh daily to fight the sadness. Don't be so serious, because one day we'll all be diagnosed with something bad or else get into a car wreck and die (sorry, it's true. We will all die eventually of something). I daydream a lot & possess a vivid imagination.
Dark Matter Distribution in the Abell 901/902 Supercluster
Astronomers assembled this photo by combining a visible-light image of the Abell 901/902 supercluster taken with the MPG/ESO 2.2-meter telescope in La Silla, Chile, with a dark matter map derived from observations with NASA’s Hubble Space Telescope. The magenta-tinted clumps represent a map of the dark matter in the cluster. Dark matter is an invisible form of matter that accounts for most of the universe’s mass. The image shows that the supercluster galaxies lie within the clumps of dark matter.
Hubble cannot see the dark matter directly. Astronomers inferred its location by analyzing the effect of so-called weak gravitational lensing, where light from more than 60,000 galaxies behind Abell 901/902 is distorted by intervening matter within the cluster. Researchers used the observed, subtle distortion of the galaxies’ shapes to reconstruct the dark matter distribution in the supercluster.
The spotted handfish (Brachionichthys hirsutus), an amazing creature that walks the ocean floor, is a rare Australian fish from the family Brachionichthyidae. It is classified as Critically Endangered on the IUCN Red List 2002. is the first Australian marine species to be threatened with extinction.
The greatest threats to the handfish appear to be siltation and invasive species. The Derwent Estuary where the fish lives is highly urbanised and industrialised, and a range of marine pests have been introduced through shipping. One key pest is the Northern Pacific Seastar (Asterias amurensis), a particularly large and voracious predator that is now abundant in the estuary. Studies by CSIRO show that the seastars eat the stalked ascidians that the handfish use to attach their eggs.
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i wanna feel how dogs feel when you let them go in a big field
writhing pile of cat children. disgusting
i’m going to throw up.
jesus christ the PURRING
I feel like I just gained another year on my life from this.
THIS IS ONE OF THE BEST CAT VIDEOS I HAVE EVER SEEN
If those are Russian blue babies, I might die of happiness.
THE CUTE IS TOO MUCH FOR ME TO HANDLE.
I AM DEAD
ONE OF THEM MOVES AND THEN IT ALL GOES TO HELL
THEY’RE ALL LIKE “WHY DID YOU MOVE, BROTHER. NOW WE MUST ALL GET COMFY AGAIN.”