sedgewina:

Tibby, is our love real?

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rhamphotheca:

Dead Trees Are Anything But Dead

by Dani Tinker

I recently learned that dead trees provide vital habitat for more than 1,000 species of wildlife nationwide. The two most common types of dead wood you’ll find in your yard, along a trail or at a park are snags (upright) and logs (on the ground).

Despite their name, dead trees are crawling with life. From the basking lizards on top to the beetles underneath, the list of wildlife that depend on logs feels endless. Here’s a sampling of what you may find if you explore a log more closely. What have you observed on, under or near a dead tree? …

(read more: National Wildlife Federation)

photographs by D. Tinker, Avelino Meastas, Philip Poinier, and Danielle Brigada


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xysciences:

Sand being placed onto a plate that’s vibrating at 345hz, 1033hz, and 1820hz.

As the plate vibrates at these certain frequency’s, areas of no vibration are created. The sand falls into those areas and creates these amazing geometric patterns. 

[Click for more interesting science facts and gifs]

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bliss on the bishop ford

bliss on the bishop ford


in the criminal justice system, the people are fucked over by two different yet equally racist groups: the police who make up crimes, and the district attorneys who prosecute them. these are their stories


rhamphotheca:

Tyrannosaurus rex  by Brett Levi Gross
- pen and ink, watercolor
http://highoctanecats.tumblr.com/

rhamphotheca:

Tyrannosaurus rex  by Brett Levi Gross

- pen and ink, watercolor

http://highoctanecats.tumblr.com/


MH370s of summer 2001

  • Code Red worm
  • Chandra Levy
  • Shark Attacks

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