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athletics and sport and just random interesting/cool looking stuff. Trying not to sound like to much of a self obsessed prick which given this a blog is obviously not going to be successful

stevewyshywaniuk:

azspot:

Fight for 15 // Strike Fast Food

Nobody should be surprised by this, but they will be.

stevewyshywaniuk:

azspot:

Fight for 15 // Strike Fast Food

Nobody should be surprised by this, but they will be.

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mensfashionworld:

Dolce & Gabbana F/W 2014 lookbook

mensfashionworld:

Dolce & Gabbana F/W 2014 lookbook

f-abulush:

bl-ossomed:

oh my god she’s SO HOT

she’s perf

f-abulush:

bl-ossomed:

oh my god she’s SO HOT

she’s perf

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suitupweird:

Inspiration | Shoes | Wear It Weird

nemfrog:

If Earth revolved around Canopus instead of the Sun, the giant star would look enormous, even at twice the distance of Earth from the Sun. 1918.

nemfrog:

If Earth revolved around Canopus instead of the Sun, the giant star would look enormous, even at twice the distance of Earth from the Sun. 1918.

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skoaktiebolaget:

Dandy Shoe Care x Skoaktiebolaget Limited Edition colab. Available in-store only this weekend, any pairs that are left will be offered online on Monday. #dandyshoecare #skoaktiebolaget #carmina #carminashoemaker #stockholm   (på/i Skoaktiebolaget)

skoaktiebolaget:

Dandy Shoe Care x Skoaktiebolaget Limited Edition colab. Available in-store only this weekend, any pairs that are left will be offered online on Monday. #dandyshoecare #skoaktiebolaget #carmina #carminashoemaker #stockholm (på/i Skoaktiebolaget)

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Independence debate

Really interesting article - I like the way it changes the framing of the issue.

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joerojasburke:

But seriously, how quickly could a giant sauropod dinosaur react to an attack on a body part 150 feet from its brain? The excellent blog SV-POW! has the answer:

… sauropods really did have individual sensory nerve cells that ran from their extremities (tip of tail, soles of feet)–and from the rest of their skin–to their brainstems. In the longest sauropods, these cells were probably something like 150 feet long, and may have been the longest cells in the history of life. We haven’t found any fossils of these nerves and almost certainly never will, but we can be sure that sauropods had them because all vertebrates do, from hagfish on up. That’s just how we’re built. So how long does it take to send a nerve impulse 150 feet? The fastest nerve conduction velocities are in the neighborhood of 120 meters per second, so a signal from the very tip of the tail in a 150-foot sauropod would take about half a second to reach the brain…[continue reading]

Cartoon by Ed McLachlan, Punch magazine, 1981

joerojasburke:

But seriously, how quickly could a giant sauropod dinosaur react to an attack on a body part 150 feet from its brain? The excellent blog SV-POW! has the answer:

… sauropods really did have individual sensory nerve cells that ran from their extremities (tip of tail, soles of feet)–and from the rest of their skin–to their brainstems. In the longest sauropods, these cells were probably something like 150 feet long, and may have been the longest cells in the history of life. We haven’t found any fossils of these nerves and almost certainly never will, but we can be sure that sauropods had them because all vertebrates do, from hagfish on up. That’s just how we’re built. So how long does it take to send a nerve impulse 150 feet? The fastest nerve conduction velocities are in the neighborhood of 120 meters per second, so a signal from the very tip of the tail in a 150-foot sauropod would take about half a second to reach the brain…[continue reading]

Cartoon by Ed McLachlan, Punch magazine, 1981

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