omg things

naoren:

anotherpinecestblog:

limey404:

stop doing things in unison you adorable little jerKs

God dammit

A thing I love about Gravity Falls is the twins’ personalities are so distinct, you sometimes forget they’re twins. Yet at the same time they will often do ‘twin’ things like move or talk in unison. They’re their own characters yet they are also a set, and that healthy balance is a great characterization.

talesof4chan:

Anon is Politically Correcttalesof4chan.tumblr.com

talesof4chan:

Anon is Politically Correct
talesof4chan.tumblr.com

mllemusketeer:

riddlersgammon:

that time of year is approaching

scary lawn decorations

terrifying tv programs

people in costumes going door to door

election season

Fucking vote or we’re all doomed.

bigalphonse:

gregmendel:

straight boys dress like randomised sims

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ah yes your average straight boy

262,809 plays

rex-the-shepherd:

dubstepblitz-and-puertorico:

spay1100:

kiramizuka:

thedashinghoodlum:

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This post gives me a level of happiness that I’m just not used to.

its back on my dash.

i always think of france when i hear this.

DON’ KNOW WHY

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sciencesoup:

What’s up with all those giant volcanoes on Mars?
Mount Everest is an enormous and awe-inspiring sight, towering 9 kilometres above the Earth’s surface. But if you were to stick it on Mars right next to Olympus Mons, the largest volcano in the solar system, it would look foolishly small—Olympus Mons triples the height of Everest and spans the state of Arizona.
Mars is sprinkled with huge volcanoes, hundreds of kilometres in diameter and dozens of kilometres tall. The largest volcano on Earth, on the other hand, is Mauna Loa in Hawaii, which rises only 4 km above sea level.
So why is Mars blessed with these monsters of the solar system? Why doesn’t Earth have any massive lava-spewing structures?
Geology, my friends.
Earth’s crust is split up into plates that move and collide. Usually, volcanoes are formed at the boundaries where two plates meet, and one subducts below the other and melts in the heat below the surface. This melt rises as magma and causes volcanism.
But in some places on Earth, there are “hot spots” in the middle of plates, where magma rises up from the core-mantle mantle in plumes. When this magma is spewed up onto the surface, it cools and solidifies into rock, and over the years, the rock builds up and up. When plumes open out in the middle of the ocean, the magma builds islands.

Plumes are fixed, always pushing magma up to one spot, but the Earth’s plates don’t stop for anything. While the magma rises, the plates move over the hotspot—at a rate of only a few centimetres a year, but still, they move and take the newly-made volcanoes with them. So, gradually, the plates and volcanoes move on, while the plume remains in the same spot, building a whole new volcano on the next bit of the plate. As the plate moves on and on, the plume builds up a whole chain of islands, called island arcs. This is how the Hawaiian Islands were formed.

The island-volcanoes never get too big, because the plates keep moving onwards. On Mars, however, the volcanoes are enormous because the magma appears to keep rising, cooling and solidifying in the same place, taking its sweet time to build up colossal mounds of volcanic rock kilometres high.
So far, we’ve seen no volcanic arcs like we do on Earth, and this is generally taken as evidence that Mars has no tectonic plates.

sciencesoup:

What’s up with all those giant volcanoes on Mars?

Mount Everest is an enormous and awe-inspiring sight, towering 9 kilometres above the Earth’s surface. But if you were to stick it on Mars right next to Olympus Mons, the largest volcano in the solar system, it would look foolishly small—Olympus Mons triples the height of Everest and spans the state of Arizona.

Mars is sprinkled with huge volcanoes, hundreds of kilometres in diameter and dozens of kilometres tall. The largest volcano on Earth, on the other hand, is Mauna Loa in Hawaii, which rises only 4 km above sea level.

So why is Mars blessed with these monsters of the solar system? Why doesn’t Earth have any massive lava-spewing structures?

Geology, my friends.

Earth’s crust is split up into plates that move and collide. Usually, volcanoes are formed at the boundaries where two plates meet, and one subducts below the other and melts in the heat below the surface. This melt rises as magma and causes volcanism.

But in some places on Earth, there are “hot spots” in the middle of plates, where magma rises up from the core-mantle mantle in plumes. When this magma is spewed up onto the surface, it cools and solidifies into rock, and over the years, the rock builds up and up. When plumes open out in the middle of the ocean, the magma builds islands.

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Plumes are fixed, always pushing magma up to one spot, but the Earth’s plates don’t stop for anything. While the magma rises, the plates move over the hotspot—at a rate of only a few centimetres a year, but still, they move and take the newly-made volcanoes with them. So, gradually, the plates and volcanoes move on, while the plume remains in the same spot, building a whole new volcano on the next bit of the plate. As the plate moves on and on, the plume builds up a whole chain of islands, called island arcs. This is how the Hawaiian Islands were formed.

image

The island-volcanoes never get too big, because the plates keep moving onwards. On Mars, however, the volcanoes are enormous because the magma appears to keep rising, cooling and solidifying in the same place, taking its sweet time to build up colossal mounds of volcanic rock kilometres high.

So far, we’ve seen no volcanic arcs like we do on Earth, and this is generally taken as evidence that Mars has no tectonic plates.

acediamond:

bigbigtruck:

bedsafely:

I WAS GOING THROUGH THE SEINFELD TAG FOR QUOTES AND I FOUND THIS??
they knew I was coming

oh my fucking god

What is this and where can I get more?

acediamond:

bigbigtruck:

bedsafely:

I WAS GOING THROUGH THE SEINFELD TAG FOR QUOTES AND I FOUND THIS??

they knew I was coming

oh my fucking god

What is this and where can I get more?

hypetober

-Super Smash Bros for 3ds | 10/3

-Korra Book 4 Premiere | 10/3

-The Book of Life | 10/17

-Homestuck upd8s resume |10/??

-Big Hero Six | 11/7

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handjob:

petpup:

this is possibly one of the most unfortunate subtitling jobs ive ever seen

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handjob:

petpup:

this is possibly one of the most unfortunate subtitling jobs ive ever seen

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frrostbytte:

This is literally one of the best pieces of writing I’ve ever come across in my life.

frrostbytte:

This is literally one of the best pieces of writing I’ve ever come across in my life.

badgoku14:

the spider fucking killed him dude

badgoku14:

the spider fucking killed him dude

flamingraichu:

I googled ‘motion capture Groot’. I was not disappointed. 

flamingraichu:

I googled ‘motion capture Groot’. I was not disappointed. 

couthor:

cultofthepigeon:

seinfeld2:

ravenxarisa:

tramampoline:

callurn:

thestarkwhoskateboards:

callurn:

Kill Bill technically takes place in the same universe as Spy Kids just so you all know

how do you figure that

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uncle machete from spy kids is the same machete from machete and machete kills, if that wasn’t clear

I

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there are people who didnt grow up knowing this and that makes me sad

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