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blackrockandrollmusic:

feelknower1993:

American music culture 101, from Country to Rock to Pop to Hip-hop, in 3 easy steps:

1. when black americans invent it, initially detest it, mock it, claim it is destroying american youth and proper sensibilities

2. realize it isn’t going anywhere, co-opt it, engage in it and profit from it

3. obscure its origins and repackage it in such a way that the next generation understands it as a product of white american excellence

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unexplained-events:

Strange Marine Creature

This strange creature was filmed underwater by drillers in the deep ocean. It is called Deepstaria enigmatica. It looks like an underwater dementor.

VIDEO




bronsonsnelling:

Above it all x Bronson Snelling

bronsonsnelling:

Above it all x Bronson Snelling



kqedscience:

Giant Spinosaurus Was Bigger Than T. Rex—And First Dinosaur Known to Swim
“The biggest and the baddest among meat-eating dinosaurs, Spinosaurus may have also been the first dinosaur to take to the water, swimming in North Africa’s rivers some 97 million years ago, researchers reported on Thursday.
Floating like a crocodile to stalk prey, the 50-foot-long (15.2 meters) predator bore a massive sail on its back that would have risen from the water like a shark’s fin. The carnivore probably ate fish, ancient crocodiles, and anything else afloat.”
Learn more from nationalgeographicmagazine.

kqedscience:

Giant Spinosaurus Was Bigger Than T. Rex—And First Dinosaur Known to Swim

The biggest and the baddest among meat-eating dinosaurs, Spinosaurus may have also been the first dinosaur to take to the water, swimming in North Africa’s rivers some 97 million years ago, researchers reported on Thursday.

Floating like a crocodile to stalk prey, the 50-foot-long (15.2 meters) predator bore a massive sail on its back that would have risen from the water like a shark’s fin. The carnivore probably ate fish, ancient crocodiles, and anything else afloat.”

Learn more from nationalgeographicmagazine.




We should all try and be at least as prepared for climate change as we are for the zombie apocalypse. 




Joie Lee in Coffee and Cigarettes (dir. Jim Jarmusch)



colchrishadfield:

Rocket launch into the night - well done, SpaceX!
http://www.space.com/27052-spacex-launches-asiasat6-satellite.html

colchrishadfield:

Rocket launch into the night - well done, SpaceX!

http://www.space.com/27052-spacex-launches-asiasat6-satellite.html




kqedscience:

California Whales Rebound in a Big Way
“The number of California blue whales has returned to near historical levels. The species had been hunted nearly to extinction, researchers say.
“The recovery of California blue whales from whaling demonstrates the ability of blue whale populations to rebuild under careful management and conservation measures,” says Cole Monnahan, a doctoral student in quantitative ecology and resource management at University of Washington and lead author of a new study published in the journal Marine Mammal Science.”
Read more from Futurity.

kqedscience:

California Whales Rebound in a Big Way

The number of California blue whales has returned to near historical levels. The species had been hunted nearly to extinction, researchers say.

“The recovery of California blue whales from whaling demonstrates the ability of blue whale populations to rebuild under careful management and conservation measures,” says Cole Monnahan, a doctoral student in quantitative ecology and resource management at University of Washington and lead author of a new study published in the journal Marine Mammal Science.”

Read more from Futurity.




becuzbacon:

imsoshive:

jortendo:

sixpenceee:

GIANT SHRIMP FOUND OFF THE COAST OF FLORIDA

An enormous shrimp that measured 18 inches was found off the coast of Florida. According to Florida Fish and Wildlife, it is likely to be a mantis shrimp. It’s hammer like claw can lash out at speeds of 50 miles an hour.  It is designed to break through the shells of unsuspecting prey. It was caught by fisherman Steve Bargeron, who also noted the powerful strike of its tail which he wisely steered well clear of. (SOURCE)

Get the grill ready

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darkfliercynthia:

HAPPY BIRTHDAY TO THE BEST SPONGEBOB EPISODE!!!!!!