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IronSpike is raising funds for New World: A Sci-Fi/Fantasy Anthology on Kickstarter! What happens when worlds collide? New World has 25 stories by 30 creators about culture clash and civilizations in conflict!
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This is the "concept design" for the we-think-it-might-be-possible warp-drive ship NASA is considering.

The real trick will, of course, be finding the right materials to make the warp rings from...
The IXS Enterprise is a theory fitting concept for a space warping ship. It's designed for/with NASA scientist Dr. Harold White and used in his presentations as an extra. Mike Okuda also brought input, and designed the Ship's insignia. I'm currently in the process of repainting and texturing the ship. This version will replace the first version, that was less detailed in terms of materials. (Mesh stayed the same.) Total hours into this project...
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Crossing the streams here, found this on tumblr

The amusing thing: a lot of the places that support this idea show it as being documented in wikipedia, but as of 23:33 PDT on 7 April 2015, it isn't, at least, the page people cite doesn't seem to exist.

Anyway. Gonna draw a bird tomorrow anyway.
7brooms: “ultrafacts: “In 1943, Dorie Cooper was a 7 year old living in England. Her mother took her to a hospital in to visit her uncle who was wounded in the war. While they were there, Dorie’s...
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Best princess cake evRAWRRR. Godzilla Princess Cake: http://j.mp/1x9ehZq
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In this episode, Kate talks about the grave perils of having an entire superhero team that's all the same gender. Yes, an entire superhero team that's all men!
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WELL.  Google has changed how Chrome does bookmarks, and in the process, made my existing bookmark folders not work ... Bravo, Google, you've done it again!  Maximize frustration while stuffing a major feature change down the throats of people who use your stuff.

Now if I can figure out how to organize things so I don't have to look at a freaking TILED MAP of thumbnails of every page I've ever bookmarked...
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The 2014 Miss Universe Contestants in 'interpretation of national garb as gowns' ... part one, Bird Women ...
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My drawing for Draw a Bird Day.

It's not the best bird but it's a bird.

This is the Banded Ptardritch, in its nest.
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Artiphon is raising funds for Introducing the Artiphon INSTRUMENT 1 on Kickstarter! Strum a guitar, bow a violin, tap a piano, loop a beat – on a single instrument. An intuitive way to create music and play any sound.
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CREEPY INSECT/VIRUS COLLABORATION
Warning, clicking this link may give you the heebie jeebies.
If you didn’t already think that wasps are the epitome of evil, wait until you hear about the parasitoid species Dinocampus coccinellae. Twenty days after a female lays its eggs inside a poor unsuspecting ladybug, a single larva rudely bursts out from the beetle’s abdomen and spins a cocoon between its legs.
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I don't actually play Skyrim.  But this video (which I watched on YouTube) was like a special meditation session or something. Incredibly peaceful.

Oh, and it's a stack of mods on top  of the base game. So it might not be your out of the box experience.
Every few months, I get ambitious; abandoning my modest selection of must-have Skyrim mods, and embarking on a grand plan to build it into something impossibly beautiful. Inevitably, it all goes wrong. The lighting isn't quite right, the distant mountains look a bit off, or whole sections of water have just vanished. But its videos like this—a showcase of what can be achieved with RealVision
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This place is NOT your standard fitness place. It's (yes) Superior. First off, there are no membership fees. You pay the trainers directly. The trainers are in a cooperative arrangement with the guy who owns it (who is also a personal trainer) and they charge a basic, reasonable fee, generally in advance. It comes to about what you would pay at LA Fitness or some similar place - BUT - 80% of the fee doesn't go to the Big Fitness Place. They pay "rent" to the owner, similar to the way that salon stylists pay "rent" to the people who own the shop, except that instead of pretty hair, these guys get you into better shape. Peter, the guy who owns the business, puts as much as he can into useful exercise equipment that isn't stupid. He has free weights, kettle bells, weighted sleds, Kaiser air-resist machines, treadmills, stair and ladder climbers ... it's not a Big Iron Pit, but it doesn't have to be, for most of the clients there. My own personal trainer, Ken Desjardines, has a degree in exercise science from Pacific University. I've had other trainers who had non-academic credentials, and some of them (not all) tended to be formulaic and to follow the Fitness Gospel According To The Most Recent Trend. Ken doesn't do that. He actually pays attention, not just to what I say I want, but to what I can do; he does a periodic assessment where he checks for mobility problems, and he keeps my current physical state in mind when choosing the exercises for the day's session. He also helps with recovery from injuries, which I can say has kept me from unnecessary down-time that used to take me weeks to recover from. He's helped me stay committed, stay focused, and he puts up with my excuses - good and bad - but he doesn't indulge the bad ones. He doesn't try to be a dietician, but he does keep me focused on my goals for food. He's been flexible with hours when I needed it, for work reasons. I can't say directly how good the other trainers at Superior Physique are, because I haven't worked out with them, but I have seen very personalized training aimed at the individual client, that has always impressed me. Don't waste time on a one-size-fits-all place. Get a trainer. This is a great place to find one.
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