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brudesworld:

Ryoko Yamagishi

therudetasteslikeveal:

【7巻ネタバレ】死の秘宝 | 中川 (Nakagawa Besu) [pixiv

Harry Potter as an anime. 

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CAST: Top to bottom, left to right

Voldemort, Bellatrix, Draco, Narcissa, Lucius, Regulus (probably), Kreacher, Nagini, Arthur (green jacket), Molly, Charlie (blue shirt), Bill (long hair), Percy (glasses), Ginny, Fleur, Fred, George, McGonagall, Tonks (pink/purple hair), Madam Pomfrey (Professor Sprout, some other female teacher? ), Dobby, Hagrid, Ollivander (Aberforth? some other old guy?), Neville, Luna, Snape, Remus, Sirius, Lily, James, Hermione, Ron, Harry, Dumbledore. 

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corporisfabrica:

A human heart stripped of muscle, fat and connective tissues. Left behind, the complexity of the innumerable blood vessels that keep our hearts beating is something to behold. 
Photographed by Robert Clark at the Mütter Museum, Philadelphia. 

corporisfabrica:

A human heart stripped of muscle, fat and connective tissues. Left behind, the complexity of the innumerable blood vessels that keep our hearts beating is something to behold. 

Photographed by Robert Clark at the Mütter Museum, Philadelphia. 

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thenewenlightenmentage:

Star Formation Triggers
This composite image, combining data from NASA’s Chandra X-ray Observatory and Spitzer Space Telescope shows the star-forming cloud Cepheus B, located in our Milky Way galaxy about 2,400 light years from Earth. A molecular cloud is a region containing cool interstellar gas and dust left over from the formation of the galaxy and mostly contains molecular hydrogen. The Spitzer data, in red, green and blue shows the molecular cloud (in the bottom part of the image) plus young stars in and around Cepheus B, and the Chandra data in violet shows the young stars in the field.
The Chandra observations allowed the astronomers to pick out young stars within and near Cepheus B, identified by their strong X-ray emission. The Spitzer data showed whether the young stars have a so-called “protoplanetary” disk around them. Such disks only exist in very young systems where planets are still forming, so their presence is an indication of the age of a star system.
These data provide an excellent opportunity to test a model for how stars form. The new study suggests that star formation in Cepheus B is mainly triggered by radiation from one bright, massive star (HD 217086) outside the molecular cloud. According to the particular model of triggered star formation that was tested — called the radiation- driven implosion model — radiation from this massive star drives a compression wave into the cloud triggering star formation in the interior, while evaporating the cloud’s outer layers.
Different types of triggered star formation have been observed in other environments. For example, the formation of our solar system was thought to have been triggered by a supernova explosion. In the star-forming region W5, a “collect-and-collapse” mechanism is thought to apply, where shock fronts generated by massive stars sweep up material as they progress outwards. Eventually the accumulated gas becomes dense enough to collapse and form hundreds of stars. The radiation-driven implosion model mechanism is also thought to be responsible for the formation of dozens of stars in W5. The main cause of star formation that does not involve triggering is where a cloud of gas cools, gravity gets the upper hand, and the cloud falls in on itself.
Image Credit: NASA/CXC/JPL-CALTECH/PSU/CFA

thenewenlightenmentage:

Star Formation Triggers

This composite image, combining data from NASA’s Chandra X-ray Observatory and Spitzer Space Telescope shows the star-forming cloud Cepheus B, located in our Milky Way galaxy about 2,400 light years from Earth. A molecular cloud is a region containing cool interstellar gas and dust left over from the formation of the galaxy and mostly contains molecular hydrogen. The Spitzer data, in red, green and blue shows the molecular cloud (in the bottom part of the image) plus young stars in and around Cepheus B, and the Chandra data in violet shows the young stars in the field.

The Chandra observations allowed the astronomers to pick out young stars within and near Cepheus B, identified by their strong X-ray emission. The Spitzer data showed whether the young stars have a so-called “protoplanetary” disk around them. Such disks only exist in very young systems where planets are still forming, so their presence is an indication of the age of a star system.

These data provide an excellent opportunity to test a model for how stars form. The new study suggests that star formation in Cepheus B is mainly triggered by radiation from one bright, massive star (HD 217086) outside the molecular cloud. According to the particular model of triggered star formation that was tested — called the radiation- driven implosion model — radiation from this massive star drives a compression wave into the cloud triggering star formation in the interior, while evaporating the cloud’s outer layers.

Different types of triggered star formation have been observed in other environments. For example, the formation of our solar system was thought to have been triggered by a supernova explosion. In the star-forming region W5, a “collect-and-collapse” mechanism is thought to apply, where shock fronts generated by massive stars sweep up material as they progress outwards. Eventually the accumulated gas becomes dense enough to collapse and form hundreds of stars. The radiation-driven implosion model mechanism is also thought to be responsible for the formation of dozens of stars in W5. The main cause of star formation that does not involve triggering is where a cloud of gas cools, gravity gets the upper hand, and the cloud falls in on itself.

Image Credit: NASA/CXC/JPL-CALTECH/PSU/CFA

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felicitygs:

exequalistmako:

thegoddamazon:


#but everything changed when the fire nation got fabulous


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This is now offically sixteen million times better than when I first saw it. Time to reblog.

felicitygs:

exequalistmako:

thegoddamazon:

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This is now offically sixteen million times better than when I first saw it. Time to reblog.

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scarredprince:

A:tla + situation archetypes (x)

inspired by this

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scary-monsters-and-davesprite:

HE CAN HAVE THE FUCKING MONEY JESUS

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electricspacekoolaid:

Ancient Egyptians Used Meteorites For Jewelry

Open University (OU) and University of Manchester researchers wrote in the journal Meteoritics and Planetary Science that they found proof that ancient Egyptians used meteorites to make accessories.

In 1911, archaeologists dug up strings of iron beads at the Gerzeh cemetery, about 43 miles south of Cairo. The Gerzeh bead is the earliest discovered use of iron by the Egyptians, dating back from 3350 to 3600 BC. The bead was originally thought to be from a meteorite based on its composition of nickel-rich iron, but scientists challenged this theory back in the 1980s. However, the latest research places this theory back on top.

The scientists used a combination of electron microscope and X-ray CT scanner analyses to demonstrate that the nickel-rich chemical composition of the bead confirms its meteorite origins.

Philip Withers, a professor of materials science at University of Manchester, said meteorites have a unique microstructural and chemical fingerprint because they cooled incredibly slowly as they traveled through space. He said it was interesting to find that fingerprint in the Gerzeh bead.

“This research highlights the application of modern technology to ancient materials not only to understand meteorites better but also to help us understand what ancient cultures considered these materials to be and the importance they placed upon them,” said Open University Project Officer Diane Johnson, who led the study.

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ladyhistory:

Even more captioned adventures of George Washington.

PART I | PART II | PART III | PART IV

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gronkwena:

Here is my completed “Amazing, Beautiful Creatures” project as an A2 wall chart!
There may be as many as nine million different species of animal on Earth, and yet many of the most interesting and beautiful creatures get overlooked in favour of those more familiar too us. This is my attempt to introduce some of the less well known ones, although there were many more that I would have liked to have included. I hope that most people will learn a fact or two!
Sadly, many of the creatures I’ve covered, such as the Dugong, Gharial,and the Leatherback Turtle are all threatened with extinction. Hopefully by learning more about these creatures we can help prevent this from happening.
Hope you enjoy, I have learnt a lot making it.
 Super high resolution version.

gronkwena:

Here is my completed “Amazing, Beautiful Creatures” project as an A2 wall chart!

There may be as many as nine million different species of animal on Earth, and yet many of the most interesting and beautiful creatures get overlooked in favour of those more familiar too us. This is my attempt to introduce some of the less well known ones, although there were many more that I would have liked to have included. I hope that most people will learn a fact or two!

Sadly, many of the creatures I’ve covered, such as the Dugong, Gharial,and the Leatherback Turtle are all threatened with extinction. Hopefully by learning more about these creatures we can help prevent this from happening.

Hope you enjoy, I have learnt a lot making it.

Super high resolution version.

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immersings:

i’m pretty sure i just cried

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