abathingsavage:

this is my favorite fr

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steve-leopard:

theverylostprincess:

daisyinaglass:

I CAN NOT GET OVER THIS

how does 6 seconds have such a drastic plot twist

if you can only watch one video in the entire year please make it this one

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gif:

i laugh harder every time i replay it

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lilbijou:

lilbijou:

veinteunopilotas:

I JUST SAW THIS ON TWITTER OH MY GOD

W E V E C O M E F U L L C I R C L E

im forreal in tears right now

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lukeisherenow:

r u serious rn

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Timestamp: 1408580160

lukeisherenow:

r u serious rn

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tsukishimake1:

my favorite tidbit about rome is that in the mid-1800s one of the popes didnt like the statues in rome having dicks so he ordered them knocked off. fast forward to the last decade or so and art historians in conjunction with the vatican are trying to erm. restore. the statues. but the dicks were just. kept in a box. so art historians are going around rome, with a box of dicks, trying to match them up to their owner.

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for-science-sake:

Bumble Bees have a number of reasons to visit a flower, colors, patterns, smells and nectar, but did you know electric fields are one of them? Bees have the ability to sense electric fields. They utilize this ability in a number of ways primality to determine if the flower has been visited by other bees, they can also distinguish between fields produced by different floral shapes

The electricity of pollination: Bees are typically positively charged, as they fly through the air bumping into small charged particles the friction of these encounters cause the electrons to be stripped from the bees surface resulting in this charge.

In contrast flowers generally have a negative charge the flowers are electrically earthed however the air around them carries voltage which means that positive charge accumulates around the flower causing the negative charge in its petals. This is also how pollen is able to attach to a bee it is attracted to the bees positive charge. 

Many animals have been reported to be able to utilize electric fields but the bumble bee is the first and so far only insect we have discovered to be able to do this. 

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Timestamp: 1408579874

for-science-sake:

Bumble Bees have a number of reasons to visit a flower, colors, patterns, smells and nectar, but did you know electric fields are one of them? Bees have the ability to sense electric fields. They utilize this ability in a number of ways primality to determine if the flower has been visited by other bees, they can also distinguish between fields produced by different floral shapes

The electricity of pollination: Bees are typically positively charged, as they fly through the air bumping into small charged particles the friction of these encounters cause the electrons to be stripped from the bees surface resulting in this charge.

In contrast flowers generally have a negative charge the flowers are electrically earthed however the air around them carries voltage which means that positive charge accumulates around the flower causing the negative charge in its petals. This is also how pollen is able to attach to a bee it is attracted to the bees positive charge. 

Many animals have been reported to be able to utilize electric fields but the bumble bee is the first and so far only insect we have discovered to be able to do this. 

Source

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grannybeards:

jackofallfandoms:

flightcub:

our next 44 presidents should be women

Your next 44 presidents should be people who can responsibly lead your country with minimal fuck ups regardless of gender

Damn son amen

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