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strikeblr:

walkinganatomy:

My man.

This is the coolest thing I’ve ever seen

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tony-the-intelligent-goon:

ashiibaka:

Science.

I can’t tell what my favorite part is, but it’s either
scientists wasting budget and time to see if ants count their steps
the idea to put ants on stilts
there had to be a guy who made ant stilts and put them on the ants
confused ants

tony-the-intelligent-goon:

ashiibaka:

Science.

I can’t tell what my favorite part is, but it’s either

  • scientists wasting budget and time to see if ants count their steps
  • the idea to put ants on stilts
  • there had to be a guy who made ant stilts and put them on the ants
  • confused ants

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guyrim:

dezeen:

The “first man-made biological leaf” could enable humans to colonise space»

if you aren’t hyped about synthetic life and colonizing space then get out of my face

They need to make shirts out of this stuff!

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hyperactivetardis:

kia-kaha-winchesters:

cheefkief:

sicut-es-unda:

Grass cells under a microscope.

THEY LOOK SO HAPPY

"the sun is our mommy and she is big and very beautiful!"

that was the cutest thing I have ever read

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wapiti3:

Journal of entomology Netherlands,-1875-1996. on Flickr.

Via Flickr:
BHL Collections:
Ernst Mayr Library of the MCZ, Harvard University
Smithsonian Libraries

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bat-vomit:

afriet:

dandelion to seed head

I have wondered about this for so long.

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jtotheizzoe:

skunkbear:

This just in: spiders tune the silk threads of their webs like guitar strings
… and they use the distinct vibrational frequencies to help them locate meals and mates. Hear the full story of these good vibrations, from NPR’s Christopher Joyce, here. 
And watch our video!:


I’m pickin’ up good vibrations on this one.

jtotheizzoe:

skunkbear:

This just in: spiders tune the silk threads of their webs like guitar strings

… and they use the distinct vibrational frequencies to help them locate meals and mates. Hear the full story of these good vibrations, from NPR’s Christopher Joyce, here

And watch our video!:

I’m pickin’ up good vibrations on this one.

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Slow down.
Grab the wall.
Wiggle like you tryin make yo ass fall off.

Slow down.
Grab the wall.
Wiggle like you tryin make yo ass fall off.

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