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Science (mostly, but not limited to, medical sciences/biology), psychology, forensics, history, art, I also post macabre stuff and other things like that.

(Moderately NSFW if you're uncomfortable with people's insides)

T.J made Catching Elephant better

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kakkakkakkakkak:

I really like this picture, particularly the colours on the Lord of Change. One thing I never understood about Tzeentch Daemons were they all stuck to relatively regimented colour patterns (i.e. pink and blue horrors), which really didn’t seem to fit the theme of change, in my opinion. This image really shows the mutability of the Lord of Change’s visage though.That cleric is fucked though.

kakkakkakkakkak:

I really like this picture, particularly the colours on the Lord of Change. One thing I never understood about Tzeentch Daemons were they all stuck to relatively regimented colour patterns (i.e. pink and blue horrors), which really didn’t seem to fit the theme of change, in my opinion. This image really shows the mutability of the Lord of Change’s visage though.

That cleric is fucked though.

dichotomized:

A farmer in China has spared the life of a two-legged lamb after being inspired by its struggle to survive. Vets have told the farmer that the birth defect could be genetic or the result of chemical pollution. “He doesn’t mind,” Cui added. “He has such a friendly personality and I don’t think he even realises he’s disabled.”

dichotomized:

A farmer in China has spared the life of a two-legged lamb after being inspired by its struggle to survive. Vets have told the farmer that the birth defect could be genetic or the result of chemical pollution. “He doesn’t mind,” Cui added. “He has such a friendly personality and I don’t think he even realises he’s disabled.”

amplifiedparts:

The Molten Diabolic Ibanez Prestige created by Hutchinson Guitars. This is absolutely fantastic!!! <3

Celebrating the release of ‘Diablo III’ earlier this year, the Molten Diabolic draws its namesake from Blizzard Entertainment’s iconic video game franchise, taking Hutchinson’s original Molten Lava concept and infusing it with a shard of the Black Soulstone. Both the mystical stone and the hand carved lava flow have been illuminated by an incredible LED array recessed into the guitar top.”

http://www.amplifiedparts.com

About the whole ‘women not being in science’ thing, lemme just say that the lab I’m working in has only 2 guys out of 10 people. I love the environment, best job I ever had, no one scolds you for screwing up and everyone instead just troubleshoots things.

jtotheizzoe:

crownedrose:

perpetualartistsblock:

Request (sorta) by karamundy: something picturing non-dinosaurs that are often wrongly considered dinosaurs.
There’s probably other stuff I could’ve put in, but that’s basically everything I could think of.
Fun fact: this chart also doubles as a chart depicting what I can and cannot draw well.

I’m just going to put this on a t-shirt so I don’t have to explain it anymore haha.

Useful chart is useful.
Disappointed about the dragons, though.

jtotheizzoe:

crownedrose:

perpetualartistsblock:

Request (sorta) by karamundy: something picturing non-dinosaurs that are often wrongly considered dinosaurs.

There’s probably other stuff I could’ve put in, but that’s basically everything I could think of.

Fun fact: this chart also doubles as a chart depicting what I can and cannot draw well.

I’m just going to put this on a t-shirt so I don’t have to explain it anymore haha.

Useful chart is useful.

Disappointed about the dragons, though.

dichotomized:

Ted Bundy once explained how he diminished his vulnerability to detection when disposing of bodies. He would park on a curve so that he could see cars approaching from either direction. He learned this technique from a movie about a killer who had done the same thing. Asked how old he was when he saw this movie, Bundy replied he must have been 12 or 13. That movie did not turn Ted Bundy into a serial murderer, a whole variety of life experiences made him what he was. However, Bundy did learn this particular method.

dichotomized:

Ted Bundy once explained how he diminished his vulnerability to detection when disposing of bodies. He would park on a curve so that he could see cars approaching from either direction. He learned this technique from a movie about a killer who had done the same thing. Asked how old he was when he saw this movie, Bundy replied he must have been 12 or 13. That movie did not turn Ted Bundy into a serial murderer, a whole variety of life experiences made him what he was. However, Bundy did learn this particular method.

jtotheizzoe:

Tripedal to the Metal
That’s some loco motion, huh? Found this neat little GIF showing how an ant’s legs move at a full gallop. While calmly strolling though the picnic grounds, ants have five of their six legs at a time in contact with the ground. But when it’s time to put the (tiny) pedal to the metal, they change their gait to this alternating tripod motion.
This pattern isn’t controlled by the insect’s brain, but rather by bundles of neurons in the leg called central pattern generators. While moving at such a clip, it just so happens that three legs is the minimum number it needs on the ground at a time to balance its rigid exoskeleton without toppling over.
Is that part of the reason that insects have six legs and not another number like four or eight? Or did the gait evolve to match the hardware? My guess is the latter, but I am not sure. What say you, insect folks? 
(GIF via NC State University)

jtotheizzoe:

Tripedal to the Metal

That’s some loco motion, huh? Found this neat little GIF showing how an ant’s legs move at a full gallop. While calmly strolling though the picnic grounds, ants have five of their six legs at a time in contact with the ground. But when it’s time to put the (tiny) pedal to the metal, they change their gait to this alternating tripod motion.

This pattern isn’t controlled by the insect’s brain, but rather by bundles of neurons in the leg called central pattern generators. While moving at such a clip, it just so happens that three legs is the minimum number it needs on the ground at a time to balance its rigid exoskeleton without toppling over.

Is that part of the reason that insects have six legs and not another number like four or eight? Or did the gait evolve to match the hardware? My guess is the latter, but I am not sure. What say you, insect folks? 

(GIF via NC State University)