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jtotheizzoe:

What if all the ice melted?

The ocean holds most of Earth’s water. After that, it’s ice. 5.7 million cubic miles of the stuff.

What if, thanks to natural and man-made climate change, it all melted? What if, by burning enough deep-Earth carbon (dead dinosaurs, prehistoric plants, or as we call it… fossil fuels) we raised Earth’s average temperature to around 80˚ F?

Thanks to National Geographic we know: This is is what 216 feet (66 meters) of sea level change looks like. 

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tastefullyoffensive:

Pinterest Fails, Part 2

Previously: Pinterest Fails, Part 1

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holynipples:

YOU GUYS I NEVER TOLD YOU THIS

SO FOR A SOCIOLOGY PROJECT A FEW YEARS AGO WE FOUND SOME RANDOM GUYS PICTURE ON THE INTERNET AND MADE A FACEBOOK PAGE FOR HIM AND ADDED PEOPLE THAT WENT TO OUR SCHOOL TO SEE HOW THEY WOULD TREAT HIM

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HIS NAME WAS LITERALLY PHILLIP IS SALTY

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HIS PROFILE PICTURE WAS HIM AND HIS “SISTER” AND HIS “DOG NAMED CHIP” PHOTOSHOPPED INTO MERMAIDS

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HE

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WAS

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CLEARLY

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FAKE

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HIS STATUSES MADE NO SENSE

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BUT LOOK AT THE REACTIONS

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ARE YOU FUCKING KIDDING ME

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acupofearlgrey:

gxesio:

jgardsaysstuff:

map of Pangaea with current international borders.

You could build a bridge from Boston to Morroco.

For me this just shows me how pointless borders really are, because tectonic plates move and shift without regard to your nationality and so does the universe.

acupofearlgrey:

gxesio:

jgardsaysstuff:

map of Pangaea with current international borders.

You could build a bridge from Boston to Morroco.

For me this just shows me how pointless borders really are, because tectonic plates move and shift without regard to your nationality and so does the universe.

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lindsaylohangmyself:

my blog in 2001 

lindsaylohangmyself:

my blog in 2001 

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DAFT PUNK bringing the funk with Nile Rodgers…this is going to be intensely awesome. 

Daft Punk | Random Access Memories | The Collaborators: Nile Rodgers (by TheCreatorsProject)

this makes me wanna dance

this makes me wanna dance

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explore-blog:

While travelling in Antarctica, journalism student Melissa Brennan captured an intersection of a penguin highway.

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8bitfuture:

Google applies for laser projection system patent.
A new patent application from Google describes “Methods and Systems for a Virtual Input Device”. When combined with Google Glass, the system allows a virtual control panel to be projected onto a users hand or arm, with a camera monitoring movement on the surface which it interprets as inputs.


In one example, the virtual input device includes a projector and a camera. The projector projects a pattern onto a surface. The camera captures images that can be interpreted by a processor to determine actions. The projector may be mounted on an arm of a pair of eyeglasses and the camera may be mounted on an opposite arm of the eyeglasses. A pattern for a virtual input device can be projected onto a “display hand” of a user, and the camera may be able to detect when the user uses an opposite hand to select items of the virtual input device. In another example, the camera may detect when the display hand is moving and interpret display hand movements as inputs to the virtual input device, and/or realign the projection onto the moving display hand.


Google has been known to be working on several different ways of controlling their augmented reality glasses, including having a small control panel on one side, or sensors on the arm of the glasses able to sense and interpret hand movements without actually touching the device.

8bitfuture:

Google applies for laser projection system patent.

A new patent application from Google describes “Methods and Systems for a Virtual Input Device”. When combined with Google Glass, the system allows a virtual control panel to be projected onto a users hand or arm, with a camera monitoring movement on the surface which it interprets as inputs.

In one example, the virtual input device includes a projector and a camera. The projector projects a pattern onto a surface. The camera captures images that can be interpreted by a processor to determine actions. The projector may be mounted on an arm of a pair of eyeglasses and the camera may be mounted on an opposite arm of the eyeglasses. A pattern for a virtual input device can be projected onto a “display hand” of a user, and the camera may be able to detect when the user uses an opposite hand to select items of the virtual input device. In another example, the camera may detect when the display hand is moving and interpret display hand movements as inputs to the virtual input device, and/or realign the projection onto the moving display hand.

Google has been known to be working on several different ways of controlling their augmented reality glasses, including having a small control panel on one side, or sensors on the arm of the glasses able to sense and interpret hand movements without actually touching the device.

(Source: Engadget, via 8bitfuture)

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ohyeahpop:

It’s Britney bitch!

ohyeahpop:

It’s Britney bitch!