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sixpenceee:

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mopedsandbullshit:

blacksupervillain:

piccolowasablackman:

sixpenceee:

A reservoir of water three times the volume of all the oceans has been discovered deep beneath the Earth’s surface. The finding could help explain where Earth’s seas came from.

The water is hidden inside a blue rock that lies 700 kilometres underground in the mantle, the layer of hot rock between Earth’s surface and its core.

Some geologists think water arrived in comets as they struck planets, but the new discovery supports an alternative idea that the ocean oozed out of Earth’s interior layer.

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OH MY GODDDDDDD -NERDS OUT-

That’s where the lizard people live

Watch

mind blown

WHAT THE FUCK

I just wanna point something out.

You know how you always see those pictures of the strange types of fish that live in the deep, deep sea?

like this one

or this one

and this one

If any and if possible imagine what the fish look like in the DEEP, DEEP sea. 

I’m smelling a million dollar creepy story. 

Wait a minute so Journey to the Center of the Earth was RIGHT????

*faint sounds of Jules Verne laughing in the distance*

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unknowngenre:

Genderswap Females by Maby-chan

Disney and Dreamworks’ male characters reinterpreted as females.

males | more

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areyoutryingtodeduceme:

Fandom inspired teas. It’s a thing. Maybe you’re already a fan of a lot of the blends, maybe you’ve been hesitant to try them, or maybe you have no idea what I’m even talking about. But tea, man. And nerdy fandom stuff. Teas inspired by characters like Sherlock Holmes, Dean Winchester, and Hannibal. It’s a party waiting to happen, right? So we’re giving you a chance to sample a BUNCH of fandom teas blended by Cara McGee at DashCon this year, as well as eat some fancy tea snacks and meet lots of other really awesome fandom and tea loving friends. 
Here’s what your ticket will get you:
-Entry to the party! Space is very limited, so don’t miss out! (You will be allowed to come and go during the event as you’d like)
-All the tea you could possibly drink! We’ll make sure there are some caffeine free options available as well. Tea will be served by some favorite faces, including Castiel and Sherlock, because, hello, fandom tea party.
-Cookies, Scones, Tea Sandwiches and Fruit to nibble on. The party is later in the evening, so we’re not serving a full dinner or anything, but we can’t give you tea without some nibbles!
-A gift bag filled with goodies including tea samples, buttons, and prints from various fandoms and artists!
-A free raffle ticket for a very special door prize during the event
-Cara will be sitting and doing free sketches for everyone she possibly can during the party
-Other raffle prizes will be available at the party for just $1 a ticket, with proceeds covering the cost of the event, as well as a charity of DashCon’s choosing.

GET YOUR TICKET HERE STARTING AT 10:01 AM EST JUNE 18

Please signal boost!

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priceofliberty:

Video Shows Pittsburgh Cop Punching Teen At Gay Pride In An Apparent Use Of Excessive Force

A video showing a Pittsburgh Police officer using what appears to be excessive force on a 19-year-old Pittsburgh PrideFest attendee, has sparked outrage online after it was shared on Facebook late Sunday afternoon.

According to eyewitness Autumn Huntera, the incident occurred around 5 o’clock Sunday afternoon. Huntera explains that the teen engaged in a heated debate with a group of anti-gay protesters attending the Pride festival: “She was saying that being gay is not a sin and that she was a lesbian and proud of it, and that she wasn’t going to hell for it.”

Huntera detailed her account of the incident for us:

The girl was debating with one of the protesters, and she stepped closer without even realizing it and the officer ran over to her. He grabbed her by the back of her neck, pulled her over, dropped her on the ground, pulled her up by her hair, and said “Do you want me to hit you.” When she didn’t respond, he hit her in stomach area about 4 or 5 times repeatedly. After everyone yelled at him, he hand cuffed her, put her against a wall. She was crying against a wall next to her ‘attacker’ while her fiancee was panicking trying to find someone who recorded it.

Huntera adds that the protester and teen were about a foot apart when the officer grabbed her without prior warning.

Please signal boost, the news stations in the area are NOT giving it much airtime or writing articles about it, so we need to spread the word.

Pittsburgh cops are known for being super corrupt and I won’t be surprised if nothing comes of this and he walks away a free man. DONT LET THAT HAPPEN

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"Unfollow me", "Don’t reblog from me", "Don’t comment on my post", "You stalk teenagers you sick pervert", "Ask about permission before reblogging", "Do not even talk to me if I’m not following you", "You were looking though my archive, you’re a stalker", "You’ve read my post tagged under ‘personal’, you’re assaulting me"

- almost every self obsessed 14 year old SJW who has a public blog but wants the whole Internet to obey their rules. (via striboogie)

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captured-ghosts:

How dare a woman use a relevant anatomically correct term in a debate about abortion! 

sometimes I struggle to believe that the usa is a real country and not an elaborate joke

Sometimes we all struggle to believe that we’re a real country

Right now I’m struggling to imagine all Representatives and Senates discussing the abortion law using the term “vajayjay”

It wasn’t because she said vagina tho, it’s because she insinuated that they were interested in her vagina; the discussion is about women’s health but that comment was inappropriate. Even when the context is fully presented Jon Stewart twists things in an idiotic way… and that’s why I hate him.

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locustbones:

the company I keep

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pridefulvanity:

next time someone tells you Muslim countries oppress women, let them know Pakistan, Bangladesh, Indonesia, Turkey, Kosovo, Kyrgyzstan, and Senegal have all had female Presidents or Prime Ministers and 1/3rd of Egypt’s parliament is female but the US has yet to even have a female vice president and can’t say “vagina” when discussing female reproductive rights

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samhawke:

How To Turn Craft Foam Into Leather

(Or not really but close enough. Also a side order of armour.)

I picked up this technique from this tutorial years ago, then adapted it further. You can use it to imitate leather, and with a few changes also to make thin armour parts, such as Vincent Valentine’s gauntlet as in the last picture. It won’t really work for thicker armour; there are plenty of tutorials on how to make EVA foam armour to be found online.

Back to fakey leather; you need the standard 2mm craft foam/fun foam/EVA foam/foam of many names, white glue, a brush, shoe polish, mod podge/podgy glue and a sponge.

You want to have most of the shaping and decorating done before you start. For example, for Athos’ pauldron I had already glued the three layers of the main piece and the fleur de lis shield together (UHU glue works well, all purpose glue is also okay), but had left the two upper strips and the straps separate to be attached after everything was done.

It is also easiest to do any embossing when the pieces are still flat. Foam won’t take an awful lot of detail, but with some patience the results can work quite well. You can use paper embossing tools for this, but make sure that the point isn’t too sharp or it will tear the foam. The back of a knife also works. My favourite tool for it so far is actually a letter opener. Drag across the foam for the first shallow line (it will spring back a bit) and repeat as many times as necessary without cutting the foam.

One layer of craft foam isn’t very strong by itself, so you either want to have at least two layers glued together or a single layer backed with fabric. If the final result includes stitching, definitely attach fabric or the thread may pull right through the foam. Cover the back of the foam piece with white glue, then smooth fabric onto it. Use cotton or linen (not synthetics), so that the glue can come through the fabric. When it is dry, cut the fabric along the edges of the foam, then brush another layer of white glue on the fabric. This makes sure that the fabric is firmly stuck and that the edges won’t fray.

(If you want to imitate metal armour, dilute the white glue a bit with water for the first couple of layers covering the whole piece; the fabric backing as well as the front and sides of the foam. This allows the glue to saturate the foam. Follow that with a few layers of undiluted glue, letting it dry in between layers until it’s stiff enough. The end result can be spray painted.)

Most importantly, when you glue layers of foam or foam and fabric together make sure that it dries in the shape it’s supposed to be. For Athos’ vambrace I wrapped a towel around a bottle to have something roughly the shape of my upper arm and then tied the pauldron around it while the glue between the layers was drying. Once it is dry, it will hold its shape. You do not need to heat the foam to do this! Heating it is inadvisable since foam is somewhat toxic. Foam is also a little stretchy, so you can carefully stretch it for an extra curve. Glueing fabric to it will help it hold its shape.

This is the point where I added battle damage to Athos’ pauldron by cutting grooves out of the top layer of foam with a stanley knife. The knife needs to be very sharp to prevent ragged edges, so use a new blade.

Now for actually making it look like leather! Rub several layers of shoe polish onto the foam, letting it dry between layers. The resulting colour depends on the colour of the foam and the polish. Use black foam and brown polish for dark brown ‘leather’, white or grey foam for lighter shades and so on (the Gondorian vambrace in the picture before last was made using white foam for the top layer and black foam for the bottom layer).

Then use a sponge to brush a layer of mod podge onto it. Mod podge is a glue varnish used for decoupage and is water resistant when it is dry. Two or three layers will do, and for a smooth finish dilute the mod podge with a little water for the last layer. Leave it to dry thoroughly. It will remain a little tacky, which can be solved by smoothing a little talcum powder onto the surface carefully. This also removes a bit of the shine, for a slightly more worn look.

Finally, assemble the piece, sew the bits that have to be sewn, paint decoration etc. As a general tip, if you want to make an object that looks like leather, treat it like leather! Add stitching, add metal grommets and so on. That goes a long way in making it look convincing.

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