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I may recycle a version of this for a fantasy map.
Imagine traveling from China to Antarctica, crossing through Canada, Brazil and India – without setting foot in any water. Unfortunately, you’ve missed your chance by about 300 million years as the supercontinent of Pangea no longer exists. But thanks to the illustrative talents of Massimo Pietrobon, you can see how Pangea may have looked before the epic landmass started ripping itself apart 200 million years ago to form the continents and countr...
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Forget the new black. This is the real black.
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How much more black can one material get? The answer is none. None more black.
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Stolen from Reddit, thought it brilliant.
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Among the nearly 2,000 planets found beyond our solar system, there are volcanic super-Earths, gas giants that dwarf Jupiter and worlds with multiple sunsets. Here are some of the most incredible.
Among the nearly 2,000 planets found beyond our solar system, there are volcanic super-Earths, gas giants that dwarf Jupiter and worlds with multiple sunsets. Here are some of the most incredible.
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Here's a bard variant called the griot, inspired by the musical storytellers of West Africa. This is almost all flavor/fluff, as I see no need for rules, with the exception of one unique spell known to the griots. Maybe the heroic and thematic griots can find a place in your games.

If the griot interests you, you can find a lot of info about the real-life griots here: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Griot
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It was amazing. A Griot named (I think) Papa Suzzo from Ghambia. It was rather entrancing.
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Makes more sense than the actual comics. (And I like Batman.)
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Well, I suppose it makes sense, but I think it would really only apply to the Arkham games.
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This is the Philosopher' Stone of material sciences.
Under the direction of Latha Venkataraman, associate professor of applied physics at Columbia Engineering, researchers have designed a new technique to create a single-molecule diode, and, in doing so, they have developed molecular diodes that perform 50 times better than all prior designs. Venkataraman's ...
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These are gold. I'm convinced much of Karl is an act, though. Has to be.
"It's like a game of Jenga that got out of hand."
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Both my grandfathers had enormous sweet-tooths. Both of them were rail thin and could eat pretty much whatever they wanted (though my mom's mom was physically active pretty much every day of his life).
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You guys familiar with atoms and stuff, right? You've seen pics of electrons orbiting nuclei. Except it's bullshit. At least as far as the proportions go, anyway. Imagine the nucleus of an atom is the size of a baseball. The electrons are orbiting about two miles away. And as far as we can tell, there's nothing in that space between beyond the forces that binds those subatomic particles.

Sit and think about that for a minute.

All this shit we're worried about? It's only 0.00000000000001% of existence. The rest is oblivion, nothingness. Everything you see, feel, touch, is empty space. That includes the ground you stand on... the most infinitesimally thin of shells are all that's keeping you from being drawn into the hellish burning core of the earth and crushed. That also includes all life... life, which fittingly, is often described as empty.

The next time you get all worked up about something, anything at all, remember this little fact. It really puts everything into perspective.

#nihilism  
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Thats quantum physics for ya..this is all an illusion any way..just look at the sun, photons cant do that! 
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Looks like a splendid idea!
 
How to instantly turn strangers into sleepover buddies
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Can't see how that'd go wrong.
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New D&D 5E warlock variant, the reaper, and patron: Death.
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I'm not terribly interesting. Rather than me typing out a life story no one will read, feel free to ask me what you want to know about me.
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General Interests: Reading, writing, gaming, animals, anthropology, science, theology/mythology, music.
Favorite RPGs: Third Eye Games, original WoD, Savage Worlds, Shadowrun, Mutants & Masterminds, my own projects 
Video Games I Like: Mass Effect, Elder Scrolls, Doom 
Miscellaneous Interests: Transformers, Star Trek, Cameron's Avatar
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  • Teleperformance
    2014 - present
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    2010 - 2014
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