October202014

beautiful-wildlife:

Gray Ghost Of The Northfork by Amy Gerber

5PM
eldritchsandwich:

The mistake Abdul Dremali Makes is temporal ie one of rate of flow, you can not get unlimited bread sticks all at once as they would collapse in on themselves and form a black hole.  Effectively removing themselves from the universe and resulting in a basket too heavy for the average server.
By limiting how many bread sticks are available at one point they can have a constant stream of matter from the kitchen to the customer to the bathroom to various cleaning and recycling steps out in to the world and from the world back to the grain field to processing to the kitchen to the customer.  Making an unlimited amount of bread sticks (for at least the next 100 trillion years) with a limited amount of matter.

eldritchsandwich:

The mistake Abdul Dremali Makes is temporal ie one of rate of flow, you can not get unlimited bread sticks all at once as they would collapse in on themselves and form a black hole.  Effectively removing themselves from the universe and resulting in a basket too heavy for the average server.

By limiting how many bread sticks are available at one point they can have a constant stream of matter from the kitchen to the customer to the bathroom to various cleaning and recycling steps out in to the world and from the world back to the grain field to processing to the kitchen to the customer.  Making an unlimited amount of bread sticks (for at least the next 100 trillion years) with a limited amount of matter.

(Source: tyleroakley, via ohnofixit)

5PM
arielleyett:

Who cares what evil lurks in the heart of men…unless he’s carrying a martini tray, darling! *ting*  One of my Inktober drawings featuring my favorite paranormal, cocktail enthusiast couple, Frank and Sadie Doyle from the Thrilling Adventure Hour.

arielleyett:

Who cares what evil lurks in the heart of men…unless he’s carrying a martini tray, darling! *ting*  One of my Inktober drawings featuring my favorite paranormal, cocktail enthusiast couple, Frank and Sadie Doyle from the Thrilling Adventure Hour.

(via shimmervee)

tah 

12PM
virtual-artifacts:

 An Okvik ivory figure,
St. Laurence Island, Northwest Coast, circa 200 B.C. - 100 A.D.
This figure is a fine example of the Okvik culture, which flourished between 250 B.C. and 100 A.D. on St. Lawrence Island. Objects made by the Okvik were first discovered by the island’s inhabitants in the 1920s, and then again in the 1930s during excavation work. They are considered to be the masterpieces of the region’s pre-historic art.

virtual-artifacts:

An Okvik ivory figure,

St. Laurence Island, Northwest Coast, circa 200 B.C. - 100 A.D.

This figure is a fine example of the Okvik culture, which flourished between 250 B.C. and 100 A.D. on St. Lawrence Island. Objects made by the Okvik were first discovered by the island’s inhabitants in the 1920s, and then again in the 1930s during excavation work. They are considered to be the masterpieces of the region’s pre-historic art.

(via oosik)

12PM
11AM

wolf playing in the snow

(Source: woodser, via wolfwum)

10AM

erieforage:

Birch polypore (Piptoporus betulinus)
This is a good maybe even one of the best medical mushroom to know. Especially if you you enjoy long hikes.

It is used for all sorts of things. I use it for cuts during hikes. It is kind of like a natural bandaid, but were It shines is in dealing with foot damage, blisters, cuts, cracks and scrapes. It’s rubbery and spongy consistency allows it to work as padding and it is a antiseptic/anti-inflammatory. It cools and gets rid of redness better then anything else I have tried. It is fairly common here, and it is easy to use just cut a sliver (plaster) take off your boots and socks and slid it in. I get moisture crakes all the time and using neosporin on toes just gives me squishy toes, and hurts more then helps. A couple slivers under my toes fixes me right up and feels good too. It seem to speed up healing, and I have been told it stops scarring, but have not used it for that. As far as I am concerned what it does for my feet is more then enough to make it a important mushroom, but it is also used in tea as a tonic, cleanser and immune booster etc.. The Ice man had it on him, and people speculate on what he used it for.

(via oosik)

10AM
  • me: this fic fucked me up so bad and i cried for hours
  • me: here read it
9AM
dirtyoldhoe:

If you see this van Bat-rockin’…

dirtyoldhoe:

If you see this van Bat-rockin’…

(via hallublin)

9AM
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