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animesuplex:

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goodolarthistory:

Artist: Edward Cucuel
Title: The Boat

goodolarthistory:

Artist: Edward Cucuel

Title: The Boat

Hello, this is Melissa, and I have a few words to share.

This blog belongs to a beautiful young woman named Monica. I’ve had the pleasure of watching her grow up and flourish into, not only a beautiful woman, but, a wonderful human being. She is a vessel filled with love and kindness, even when she can’t seem to show it. But you can’t blame her, life was never meant to be easy and humans seem to always force each other to put up thick walls and defenses. I digress. Nevertheless, this female is one of my most treasured friends and a fellow human I am so very glad to have met. I am grateful for every time she was there, when everyone else was absent, and let me tell you — that is what defines a friendship. 

I need to stop before I turn this into an epic tale of feels.

Just know: I love (appreciate) you bby girl.

fer1972:

Dinner is Ready! perfectly timed photographs by Tom Samuelson 

scinerds:

The Deepest Point of the Mariana Trench is Teeming with Life
A robot sent to the the very bottom of the Mariana Trench has confirmed that even the deepest parts of the ocean are teeming with microbial life.  The Challenger Deep was previously thought to be too hostile an environment for life to exist, but this provides evidence that extremeophile bacteria can exist in the near-freezing temperatures, immense pressures and complete darkness of the deepest ocean trenches. 
Scientists sent a specially designed robot 11 km down to the floor of the Challenger Deep. This robot was equipped with sensors that allowed it to measure oxygen consumption in the sediment on the seafloor, a metric that is considered to be an indicator of life. They found a surprisingly high amount of oxygen consumption, indicating that the seafloor of the Challenger deep was teeming with micro-organisms, which feed off the waste products and decomposing matter that descend from ecosystems higher in the water column. 
Read more @ Smithsonian.com and BBC Science.

scinerds:

The Deepest Point of the Mariana Trench is Teeming with Life

A robot sent to the the very bottom of the Mariana Trench has confirmed that even the deepest parts of the ocean are teeming with microbial life.  The Challenger Deep was previously thought to be too hostile an environment for life to exist, but this provides evidence that extremeophile bacteria can exist in the near-freezing temperatures, immense pressures and complete darkness of the deepest ocean trenches. 

Scientists sent a specially designed robot 11 km down to the floor of the Challenger Deep. This robot was equipped with sensors that allowed it to measure oxygen consumption in the sediment on the seafloor, a metric that is considered to be an indicator of life. They found a surprisingly high amount of oxygen consumption, indicating that the seafloor of the Challenger deep was teeming with micro-organisms, which feed off the waste products and decomposing matter that descend from ecosystems higher in the water column. 

Read more @ Smithsonian.com and BBC Science.


“By definition, you have to live until you die. Better to make that life as complete and enjoyable an experience as possible, in case death is shite, which I suspect it will be.” 

“By definition, you have to live until you die. Better to make that life as complete and enjoyable an experience as possible, in case death is shite, which I suspect it will be.”