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Miley: “Dad I have something for Tanners bug collection”

my uncle: “that’s great”

Miley: “it’s a bird”

my uncle: “no its not”

-chirping noise-

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They let it go and it flew away just fine, so we’re wondering how she caught it.

update:

she caught another bird.

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update: she caught a squirrel today

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She is gonna rule the world one day with this power

She looks about the age to be a pokemon master.

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Rik Mayall’s Inspirational Guide on How to be Happy in Life [x

i thought 4. was “when in doubt, kick Adrian Edmonson in the balls” 

Photo 17 Sep 7 notes geobunnies:

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what?
what?

geobunnies:

Crescent GeoBunny

Formula for area of a Crescent

what?

what?

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Chapter 308

Chapter 308

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Remember that time Daleks and Cybermen had sass-off?

THIS IS LITERALLY MY FAVE SCENE FROM DOCTOR WHO EVER I AM NOT EVEN JOKING I AM SO GLAD SOMEONE MADE A POST OF IT I THINK ABOUT THIS MORE OFTEN THAN IS NORMAL UGH IT MAKES ME SO HAPPY

No one sasses better than the Daleks and Cybermen. No one.

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and she can’t remember who i am

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Video 17 Sep 6 notes

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Caribou and Gannets and Kittiwakes and Murres at Cape St Mary’s Ecological Reserve, Newfoundland.  April 2012.  Either I or bnprime took these photos (the good ones are mine).

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I am Gruet. [via]

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I am Gruet. [via]

Photo 17 Sep 191 notes mindblowingscience:

Sharks Act Like Math Geniuses

Sharks behave as though they are brilliant mathematicians, finds new research, although they may be more sensible than clever.
The mathematician-like behavior attributed to sharks and certain other marine predators, animals and organisms is known as Lévy flight. It is a seemingly complex form of random walk comprising clusters of short step lengths with longer movements between them.
"Lévy flights, named after the French mathematician Paul Lévy, arose in a purely mathematical context in the first half of the last century," Andy Reynolds of Rothamsted Research told Discovery News. "Sharks and other marine predators use Lévy flight to locate their prey. "
He explained that the technique’s movements “can be advantageous when searching for randomly distributed resources because they reduce ‘over sampling’ without the need for cognitive maps and sophisticated navigational abilities.”
For the study, published in the latest issue of Proceedings of the Royal Society A, Reynolds began by asking a simple question, namely how do sharks perform Lévy flights? As he said, “They are not mathematicians. “

Continue Reading.

are they also really territorial and act like they’re permitted to bite anyone who comes too close to them and also attack individuals they should consider peers?

mindblowingscience:

Sharks Act Like Math Geniuses

Sharks behave as though they are brilliant mathematicians, finds new research, although they may be more sensible than clever.

The mathematician-like behavior attributed to sharks and certain other marine predators, animals and organisms is known as Lévy flight. It is a seemingly complex form of random walk comprising clusters of short step lengths with longer movements between them.

"Lévy flights, named after the French mathematician Paul Lévy, arose in a purely mathematical context in the first half of the last century," Andy Reynolds of Rothamsted Research told Discovery News. "Sharks and other marine predators use Lévy flight to locate their prey. "

He explained that the technique’s movements “can be advantageous when searching for randomly distributed resources because they reduce ‘over sampling’ without the need for cognitive maps and sophisticated navigational abilities.”

For the study, published in the latest issue of Proceedings of the Royal Society A, Reynolds began by asking a simple question, namely how do sharks perform Lévy flights? As he said, “They are not mathematicians. “

Continue Reading.

are they also really territorial and act like they’re permitted to bite anyone who comes too close to them and also attack individuals they should consider peers?

via Shychemist.
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Anonymous said: What's the meanest thing you've ever done?

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comic-chick:

One time in 3rd grade this kid sat behind me during story time and started playing with my hair (random people touching your hair without asking is something you kind of learn to get used to when you have curly hair) so I was doing my best to ignore him.

When I got home that day I discovered that he hadn’t been pulling on the curls to watch them bounce like a normal bored kid, but had instead spent the entire hour tying my hair into hundreds of tiny, undoable knots. I had to get the 2nd worst hair cut of my life.

His unprovoked act of malice sparked a primordial rage and thirst for revenge in myself that I hadn’t known existed prior, and have only experienced twice since. He had ruined something I loved, so I decided to destroy something he cherished.

The next time we had story time, I sat behind him and carefully picked off all of the lettering on the back of his signed Yzerman jersey. I had to miss recess for a week but it was worth it to see him cry. Hair would grow back, but that jersey was ruined forever.

 

This gives me life.

Did he ever fuck with you again?

Dude I don’t think he even spoke to me ever again, which you know, was totally fine with me haha.

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cracked:

Dark Ages, Schmark Ages. The De-Textbook cuts through that and so much more fake-fact bullshit.

cloudy with a chance of witch burning

your periodic reminder that a good chunk of Europe basically shat the bed for a few centuries while everyone else kinda did their thing.

note-a-bear:

kaalashnikov:

cracked:

Dark Ages, Schmark Ages. The De-Textbook cuts through that and so much more fake-fact bullshit.

cloudy with a chance of witch burning

your periodic reminder that a good chunk of Europe basically shat the bed for a few centuries while everyone else kinda did their thing.

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OH SHIT

is this why the show was taken off nick?

So this is what air benders can do. Sucking the air out of people’s lungs. Just as cool as lightening bending if you ask me

No I don’t think you guys understand this is frightening

Airbenders are pretty much the most powerful benders. A firebender has to create fire. A waterbender is most powerful on the open seas as much as an earthbender is on land. But air is literally everywhere.
The Air Nomads weren’t dangerous because they chose not to be.

you’vE GONE TOO DEEP

Hey, HOLD UP.
While I agree that Airbenders do have a lot of power at their exposure, they aren’t the only ones.
Waterbenders can bend any type of fluid containing water, even blood inside the human body! That’s pretty fucking metal.

They can also take the water vapor out of the air, use their own sweat or even drain the water out of every living thing nearby. 

Imagine that ^^ happening to a person..
Next we have fire, the element of destruction. Like Airbenders, they can use the air around them, and transfer it into energy. Firebenders can bend or generate anything fire/ heat related.  That means lightning, flames, or extreme heat that has the potential to shape its environment (such as melt molten rock and metal.) Even fire breath!



Next we have Earth. Earthbenders can bend anything related or comprised of Earth, such as metal, rock, dirt, sand, etc. EVEN LAVA. Anything mineral related? You got it. Admittedly, minerals- although extremely easy to come by, are not as present as water or air. But there sure is enough to make use of, and we can’t say Earthbenders aren’t powerful!

This guy just stopped a volcano. 

Not only are they powerful, but they are also graceful. 

And I mean look at this! Avatar Kyoshi Earthbends a freaking continent in HALF!

In conclusion, fear all benders. 

loweherzig:

smaug-official:

wicked-mint-leaves:

naoren:

filmeditor16:

official-sokka:

thats-not-a-toilet:

korrastyle:

OH SHIT

is this why the show was taken off nick?

So this is what air benders can do. Sucking the air out of people’s lungs. Just as cool as lightening bending if you ask me

No I don’t think you guys understand this is frightening

Airbenders are pretty much the most powerful benders. A firebender has to create fire. A waterbender is most powerful on the open seas as much as an earthbender is on land. But air is literally everywhere.

The Air Nomads weren’t dangerous because they chose not to be.

you’vE GONE TOO DEEP

Hey, HOLD UP.

While I agree that Airbenders do have a lot of power at their exposure, they aren’t the only ones.

Waterbenders can bend any type of fluid containing water, even blood inside the human body! That’s pretty fucking metal.

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They can also take the water vapor out of the air, use their own sweat or even drain the water out of every living thing nearby. 

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Imagine that ^^ happening to a person..

Next we have fire, the element of destruction. Like Airbenders, they can use the air around them, and transfer it into energy. Firebenders can bend or generate anything fire/ heat related.  That means lightning, flames, or extreme heat that has the potential to shape its environment (such as melt molten rock and metal.) Even fire breath!

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Next we have Earth. Earthbenders can bend anything related or comprised of Earth, such as metal, rock, dirt, sand, etc. EVEN LAVA. Anything mineral related? You got it. Admittedly, minerals- although extremely easy to come by, are not as present as water or air. But there sure is enough to make use of, and we can’t say Earthbenders aren’t powerful!

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This guy just stopped a volcano. 

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Not only are they powerful, but they are also graceful. 

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And I mean look at this! Avatar Kyoshi Earthbends a freaking continent in HALF!

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In conclusion, fear all benders. 

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