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Nov 05
machinationsofamadman:

the-absolute-funniest-posts:

youthxcrew69:
THIS IS A CAT IN A HALLOWEEN COSTUME PLAYING WITH A TINY PUMPKIN THIS IS VERY IMPORTANT

2spoop

machinationsofamadman:

the-absolute-funniest-posts:

youthxcrew69:

THIS IS A CAT IN A HALLOWEEN COSTUME PLAYING WITH A TINY PUMPKIN THIS IS VERY IMPORTANT

2spoop

Nov 05
intentandoseringeniero:

Ultimate Combo!!!

intentandoseringeniero:

Ultimate Combo!!!

Feb 23
zeroing:

Evan Robarts
Feb 23
mademoiselle-vanina:

External Stimuli : Hussein Chalayan
  

mademoiselle-vanina:

External Stimuli : Hussein Chalayan

Feb 23
Feb 23
gbenard:

Daisy, by Gonzalo BénardFacebook / Twitter
Feb 23
vintagemickeymouse:

The Fire Fighters - 1930

vintagemickeymouse:

The Fire Fighters - 1930

Feb 23
la cruda realidad xd

la cruda realidad xd

Feb 23
Feb 23
vintagemickeymouse:

The Fire Fighters - 1930

vintagemickeymouse:

The Fire Fighters - 1930

Feb 23
Feb 23
fuckyeahfluiddynamics:

Artist Corrie White uses dyes and droplets to capture fantastical liquid sculptures at high-speed. The mushroom-like upper half of this photo is formed when the rebounding jet from one droplet’s impact on the water is hit by a well-timed second droplet, creating the splash’s umbrella. In the lower half of the picture, we see the remains of previous droplets, mixing and diffusing into the water via the Rayleigh-Taylor instability caused by their slight difference in density relative to the water. There’s also a hint of a vortex ring, likely from the droplet that caused the rebounding jet. (Photo credit: Corrie White)

fuckyeahfluiddynamics:

Artist Corrie White uses dyes and droplets to capture fantastical liquid sculptures at high-speed. The mushroom-like upper half of this photo is formed when the rebounding jet from one droplet’s impact on the water is hit by a well-timed second droplet, creating the splash’s umbrella. In the lower half of the picture, we see the remains of previous droplets, mixing and diffusing into the water via the Rayleigh-Taylor instability caused by their slight difference in density relative to the water. There’s also a hint of a vortex ring, likely from the droplet that caused the rebounding jet. (Photo credit: Corrie White)

Feb 23
jeshaka:

PIZZA THIEF - Self rejected drawing for a project i’m working on. I liked the idea, but didn’t execute it as well as I hoped. Oh well.
The other drawing I did is so much cooler.
http://www.facebook.com/jeshakadraws

jeshaka:

PIZZA THIEF - Self rejected drawing for a project i’m working on. I liked the idea, but didn’t execute it as well as I hoped. Oh well.

The other drawing I did is so much cooler.

http://www.facebook.com/jeshakadraws

Feb 23
Feb 23
african-wildchild:

Particles that can ‘Recognise’ Viruses
The particles punch in at about 400 billionths of a metre across and are dotted with silica shells.
The shells were grown using actual viruses as a mold, leaving a perfect blueprint for experts around the world to use.

african-wildchild:

Particles that can ‘Recognise’ Viruses

The particles punch in at about 400 billionths of a metre across and are dotted with silica shells.

The shells were grown using actual viruses as a mold, leaving a perfect blueprint for experts around the world to use.