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paintalien:

8oo:

i think the coolest thing would be to see a new color

right so theres this thing called the bullet shrimp imageand not only are these things totally badass and stylish

they have 16 colour cones in their vision

us humans only have 3

these things can literally see over 5 times as many colours as we can

literally they can look at what we would see as a completely black space and see thousands of colours we don’t even know exist

do you understand how fuCKING COOL THAT IS

Reblogged from pazrascon  560 notes

thesylverlining:

platinumsnail:

robespierristwildean:

robespierristwildean:

So I was just minding my own business, looking through a list of hippie names

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Nice pretty names, fairly normal

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Okay, kinda quirky but still cute

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ummm…

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???

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????

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Just name your fucking kid Stormy Carl

and finally, after all that

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?!?

i didn’t screenshot all of these hippie names for three notes

STORMY CARL

i happen to think Seagull Dream is poetically beautiful

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magpieandwhale:

star-anise:

CHECK OUT HER LEGS.  Peggy Carter moves so wonderfully—stalking along so her shoulders and hips stay level all the way through her stride, one foot landing before the other takes off, knees slightly bent so she can spring forward or absorb a blow, back foot sweeping up around the lead to make sure she’s smooth and steady.
This is a fencer’s walk.  This walk tells me: Peggy knows how to use a sword. 
I bet you that somewhere at home, packed in with all the other relics of her school years, there is a small silver cup from a women’s epée tournament with her name on it.

HEADCANON ACCEPTED.

magpieandwhale:

star-anise:

CHECK OUT HER LEGS.  Peggy Carter moves so wonderfully—stalking along so her shoulders and hips stay level all the way through her stride, one foot landing before the other takes off, knees slightly bent so she can spring forward or absorb a blow, back foot sweeping up around the lead to make sure she’s smooth and steady.

This is a fencer’s walk.  This walk tells me: Peggy knows how to use a sword. 

I bet you that somewhere at home, packed in with all the other relics of her school years, there is a small silver cup from a women’s epée tournament with her name on it.

HEADCANON ACCEPTED.