Stand Back, I'm Going to Try SCIENCE

So while working on a story, I thought I made up some words to refer to two groups of people who were at war. Nope. I just came up with the Aesir-Vanir war, which is a real thing in Norse mythology. 

Dammit I shouldn’t have googled anything. Now I fee like I should change the names.


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monobeartheater:

micdotcom:

Astronauts just found life in space, we kid you not

Russian cosmonauts have discovered something remarkable clinging to the outside of the International Space Station: living organisms.
“Results of the experiment are absolutely unique" | Follow micdotcom


yooooOOOOOOY OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO HERE WE GO THERE IT IS HERE WE GOOOO IT ALL BEGINS HERE ITS HERE THIS IS IT THIS IS THE BEGINNING BRING ON MY MASS EFFECT FUTURE

OH YES

Please actually read the article guys. We found a known organism from Earth living on the hull of the space station, not a new life form.
While it’s super cool and impressive that this plankton can survive in space it’s not the first thing we’ve ever seen that can do that. Tardigrades, which are mentioned in the article alongside a video showing their pure awesomeness, have survived the open vacuum of space and exposure to both cosmic rays and deadly amounts of UV radiation. We sent them up there in 2007 so it’s not like idea of organisms surviving in space is new. This instance is interesting mostly because the scientists have no idea how the plankton got from Earth all the way up to the station. View Larger

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monobeartheater:

micdotcom:

Astronauts just found life in space, we kid you not

Russian cosmonauts have discovered something remarkable clinging to the outside of the International Space Station: living organisms.

Results of the experiment are absolutely unique" | Follow micdotcom

yooooOOOOOOY OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO HERE WE GO THERE IT IS HERE WE GOOOO IT ALL BEGINS HERE ITS HERE THIS IS IT THIS IS THE BEGINNING BRING ON MY MASS EFFECT FUTURE

OH YES

Please actually read the article guys. We found a known organism from Earth living on the hull of the space station, not a new life form.

While it’s super cool and impressive that this plankton can survive in space it’s not the first thing we’ve ever seen that can do that. Tardigrades, which are mentioned in the article alongside a video showing their pure awesomeness, have survived the open vacuum of space and exposure to both cosmic rays and deadly amounts of UV radiation. We sent them up there in 2007 so it’s not like idea of organisms surviving in space is new. This instance is interesting mostly because the scientists have no idea how the plankton got from Earth all the way up to the station.


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i guess i recorded an ice bucket challenge today after i got my wisdom teeth out ??


So I just finished In The Flesh and I have three things to say:

1. Everyone go watch it right now I swear to god this show has some of the best female characters and character development all around that I’ve ever seen.

2. If this show doesn’t get a third series I will be so absolutely pissed. That is not an acceptable ending to anything. No no no no no.

3. I severely underestimated the amount of alcohol I would need to make it through the second series finale. Holy shit. Someone fucking overnight me a goddamn bottle of whiskey because I need it.