dirtyberd:

sword holder 

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reality-breaker:

Aleksandr Kosteckij

reality-breaker:

Aleksandr Kosteckij


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Car's Rooftop Device Makes Electricity From Rushing Wind

txchnologist:

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by Michael Keller

There are more places for electric vehicles to get power than just onboard batteries and stationary charging stations. Korean university and Samsung engineers say they have created a generator that makes electricity from flapping materials.

Their…


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by: Sergio Toppi

by: Sergio Toppi


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kateoplis:

"Earth has lost a lot of animals over the past four decades. A major new study by the World Wildlife Fund estimates that the overall number of mammals, birds, reptiles, amphibians and fish has declined 52 percent between 1970 and 2010.

The main culprits? Humans, who have been wiping out other animals through hunting, fishing, deforestation, pollution, and various forms of habitat destruction.”

We’ve wiped out half the world’s wildlife since 1970

We are currently in another mass extinction period in history peoples… .
Estimates of the number of major mass extinctions in the last 550 million years range from as few as 5 to more than 20. 
The difference values aries from the definition chosen for describing an extinction event as “major”, and the data chosen to measure past diversity. 

But as more stringent statistical tests were applied to the data being gathered, the “Big Five” seem to represent the largest of a relatively smooth continuum of extinction events: 
1. Cretaceous–Tertiary extinction event – 65.5 million years ago 
2. Triassic–Jurassic extinction event – 205 million years ago 
3. Permian–Triassic extinction event – 251 million years ago 
4. Late Devonian extinction – 360 - 375 million years ago 
5. Ordovician–Silurian extinction event – 440 - 450 million years ago 


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NOTE: There is huge plastic / garbage island floating in the ocean that has the pleasure to be called the biggest thing “mankind”  has ever made. It’s soooo fucking big that you can see it from space peoples.

Look it up and see for yourself.


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deathvalleymusic:

DeathValley - Severe (official video)

This is the video for my last band. My concept of me being tortured and killed. Live show clips / blood with an amazing song to back up the visuals.

It was fun to record / edit / make the song / play the song / record the footage / edit it / and show it all by myself


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swamped:

Taylor JamesTouch Me Please (Notes On Melancholy), 2014

swamped:

Taylor James
Touch Me Please (Notes On Melancholy), 2014


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grungebook:

thegits:

I will never love you more than i love this song.

Babes in Toyland - “Handsome and Gretel” (Wetlands, New York City, Oct. 22, 1995)


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likeafieldmouse:

Nicola Benford - A Man of Ivory Glossed in Glass


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