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IF YOU HAD ROOM WITH ABSOLUTELY NOTHING IN IT AND THE WALLS CEILING AND FLOOR WERE MADE OF MIRROR WHAT WOULD IT LOOK LIKE IN THE MIRRORS

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Holy shit I asked my dad who’s a physics teacher and he just looked at…

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Stretchable Paper Sculptures Appear to Be Made of Stone by Li Hongbo

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“What has happened?”
“Nothing’s happened. I’ve had a bad week in my head, is all."

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Model turbine at the Aviation & Space Museum

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Model turbine at the Aviation & Space Museum

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Mark Lawrence Andresillustrations are edgy and magical. 

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A Spiny Softshell Turtle (Apalone spinifera) suns itself on a boat ramp at Blanco State Park, Blanco, TX, USA.
For more info, visit : Herps of Texas - TPWD
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A Spiny Softshell Turtle (Apalone spinifera) suns itself on a boat ramp at Blanco State Park, Blanco, TX, USA.

For more info, visit : Herps of Texas - TPWD

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Mother Scorpion with Young (family Buthidae)
Unlike most arachnids, scorpions don’t lay eggs; they bare live young. The babies are unable to feed or defend themselves so the mother carries them on her back for the first few weeks of their life. Image by Ingo Arndt: http://bit.ly/1tCqIMr via New Scientist
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Mother Scorpion with Young (family Buthidae)

Unlike most arachnids, scorpions don’t lay eggs; they bare live young. The babies are unable to feed or defend themselves so the mother carries them on her back for the first few weeks of their life.

Image by Ingo Arndt: http://bit.ly/1tCqIMr via New Scientist

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Here’s lookin’ at you kid.

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Here’s lookin’ at you kid.

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Baby Flamboyant Cuttlefish (Metasepia pfefferi) in egg, Negros Oriental, Philippines
“Although still inside of its egg, these flamboyant cuttlefish were still able to flash dark purple if something got too close. when they are born they will be ready to hunt and change color on their own...”
photograph/comments by Dan Geary
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Baby Flamboyant Cuttlefish (Metasepia pfefferi) in egg, Negros Oriental, Philippines

Although still inside of its egg, these flamboyant cuttlefish were still able to flash dark purple if something got too close. when they are born they will be ready to hunt and change color on their own...”

photograph/comments by Dan Geary

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Just a reminder:  If God didn’t want us to eat children, he wouldn’t have made them out of meat.