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舞、面白い漫画だった。vintagemanga:

Art by IKEGAMI Ryoichi (池上遼一 ), and story by KUDOU Kazuya (工藤かずや ), Mai, the Psychic Girl / 舞
舞、面白い漫画だった。

vintagemanga:

Art by IKEGAMI Ryoichi (池上遼一 ), and story by KUDOU Kazuya (工藤かずや ), Mai, the Psychic Girl / 舞

madamecuratrix:

darksilenceinsuburbia:

Jimmy Nelson

Before They Pass Away

Website

The most gorgeous and wonderful photoset that’s come across my dash in a while.

Wow.

memorias-del-ouroboros:

Escritores y sus gatitos….

Allen Ginsberg

Charles Bukowski

Edgar Allan Poe

H P Lovecraft

Jean Cocteau

Jorge Luis Borges

Michel Foucault

Raymond Chandler

Jean-Paul Sartre

Julio Cortázar 

sosuperawesome:

Porcelain jewelry by MrsPetersonPottery

球体関節ストッキング

spaceplasma:

Planets of Our Solar System

Our solar system officially has eight planets and one star: the Sun. The discovery of an object larger than Pluto in 2005 rekindled the debate over whether such objects, belonging to the Kuiper Belt – a collection of icy bodies located beyond Neptune – should be called planets. Pluto and other large members of the Kuiper Belt are now considered “dwarf planets.”

Planet facts: space-facts.com

ちょー笑ってる。

naglly:

鹿角ヘッドフォン、重そう

roachpatrol:

"Auditory Stagnation

GIVE ME THESE. GIVE. GIVE ME THEM. 

lawebloca:

The salmon send their best assassin

via: Weshalljoinourhouses

lawebloca:

The salmon send their best assassin

via: Weshalljoinourhouses

骨格が見える木彫りの像。

風を感じるGIF

風を感じるGIF

experimentsinmotion:

Space Origami: NASA’s Foldable Solar Array

When sending things into space, cargo is limited and costs are high. That’s why Brigham Young University researchers and NASA are using origami to develop ways of making solar arrays more compact. The current design allows the array to expand from 9 ft. to a whopping 80 ft. in diameter once it’s deployed in outer space. The array is expected to generate 150 kW of power, a significant increase over the 84 kW currently produced by the International Space Station. The absence of sliding parts in the solar array also decreases the likelihood of malfunction since scientists would only need to launch, deploy and monitor a single system.