The Epitome of Randomness
I mainly reblog things from the people I follow. That means a lot of Disney, Avatar the Last Airbender/ Legend of Korra, Harry Potter, Pokémon, some anime stuff. I also may reblog stuff from whatever video game i happen to be playing at the time. You will also find A occasional storm of science stuff I reblog, mainly about biology, botany and astronomy. Prepare to delve into my insanity
  • worldaccordingtojoanne:

    33°12′0″N103°54′0″E.

    The water was seriously that colour and that clear.

    (via earthandanimals)

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  • omgplants:

    houseplantjournal:

    August 25, 2014 - I took several stem and leaf cuttings of the watermelon peperomia on June 14, 2014, planted them in shallow soil, and put them in a relatively dim spot inside a humidity dome. As mentioned in a previous post, I noticed that one leaf cutting sprouted new growth while another leaf cutting never took root. I made a fascinating discovery tonight when I uprooted them: for leaf cuttings, new growth will only occur along a vein - look at how the big leaf was cut to intersect 5 veins and how the new roots emanated from there. I surmise from other leaf propagation techniques, you also have to plant it stem-side down. Let’s do another propagation experiment…

    WHOA!!!! This is amazing! I’ve actually never seen this before! If I ever get my hands on this type of Peperomia I am definitely doing this!

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  • fussyfangss:

    amydoesthings:

    pleatedjeans:

    via

    I’m literally crying with laughter over this

    HIS LITTLE DANCE AT THE END IS SO WORTH IT

    (via smosh)

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  • 0mnis-e:

    Pink haze, By Erika Ryan.

    (via earthandanimals)

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  • whitewhine:

    Robbed!

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  • tramampoline:

    shadgandel:

    My favourite fighting style is Large Imposing Bear (x)

    "martial arts" seems like a bit of a broad term

    (via melodelfes)

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  • (Source: kpfun, via kid)

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  • omgplants:

    bbsrc:

    Plants that fight cancer

    This picture shows Catharanthus roseus (Madagascar periwinkle) alongside the structure of vinblastine, an alkaloid natural product.

    This pretty plant makes hundreds of alkaloid natural products which are a rich resource for a wide range of applications, including the development of pharmaceuticals, insecticides and biomaterials.

    Natural products from this plant have already given us some very important cancer-fighting medicines, for instance vinblastine is one of the compounds used in chemo-therapy.

    Read more about BBSRC-funded scientists who are studying this plant and developing new industrial applications for the natural products.

    Credit: Mr Andrew Davis

    I got to learn about vinblastine (along with some other drugs derived from plants like digoxin; made from Digitalis, for certain cardiac related issues.) Pretty awesome stuff.

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