Emotions as data

morefunthanbeingsad:

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Waterbears can go without food or water for more than a decade. They can survive temperatures from zero to above the boiling point of water, pressure six times stronger than the deepest ocean trench, radiation hundreds of times higher than the fatal dose for a human, and the vacuum of space.

Crazy thing is these guys have evolved directly from discarded foreskins, thrown carelessly into rivers and streams thousands of years ago.

morefunthanbeingsad:

4gifs:

Waterbears can go without food or water for more than a decade. They can survive temperatures from zero to above the boiling point of water, pressure six times stronger than the deepest ocean trench, radiation hundreds of times higher than the fatal dose for a human, and the vacuum of space.

Crazy thing is these guys have evolved directly from discarded foreskins, thrown carelessly into rivers and streams thousands of years ago.

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trce:

the-actual-universe:

benigoat:

Time-lapse of river changing course over 28 years.

This messed me up a little bit.

rebloggngigingi

Awesome meanders!

discoverynews:

trce:

the-actual-universe:

benigoat:

Time-lapse of river changing course over 28 years.

This messed me up a little bit.

rebloggngigingi

Awesome meanders!

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(via Survival in the Amazon - Photos - The Big Picture - Boston.com)
(via The Intricate, Beautiful Patterns of Civilization Seen From Above | Raw File | WIRED)

flavorpill:

Just some morning beauty to get you through the day: Beautiful Closeup Photos of Butterfly Wings

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pochamarama:

Horsetail, Equisetum species :: horsetail family (Family Equisetaceae)

The 15 or so species in the genus Equisetum are the only remaining members of a once diverse lineage which included large tree-like plants that were especially prominent during the Carboniferous period (see: Calamites). They possess vascular tissue but lack seeds and flowers. They produce cone-like structures called strobili at the tips of their stems, which house reproductive spores. Horsetails are sometimes called “scouring rush” because their gritty, siliceous stems were historically used to clean metal pots and pans. Their stems are photosynthetic, but their greatly reduced dark-tipped leaves are not.

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cosmiclauren:

How nature do dat

cosmiclauren:

How nature do dat

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dimensao7:

numen light - vernissage 

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