A panda bear eating.. Taken on our last day in Hongkong

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Love Song - The Cure

The Cure has always been THE CURE to all my heart aches.

I Love You Robert Smith.

I will always love you.

Long Live The CUre

Happy Birthday Tarah! I Love You! :*
March 25, 2010

Happy Birthday Tarah! I Love You! :*

March 25, 2010

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akosikaito:

ian-medina17:

babibube:
Pinaka sosy na turo-turo..     

 ian-medina17:
haha :))

akosikaito:

ian-medina17:

babibube:

Pinaka sosy na turo-turo..     

 ian-medina17:

haha :))

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fuckyeahchemistry:

portraitofthought:

allcreatures:

mabelmoments:


The Hawaiian bobtail squid, Euprymna scolopes, has a clever way of duping predators during its nightly activities. Scientists have discovered that the squid uses a symbiotic luminescent bacteria to light up its underside, so that upwards-looking predators don’t see a dark, edible form silhouetted against a moonlit or starlit sky. Instead, hungry sharks or other fish see only sky 										Photograph: Mattias Ormestad/kahikai.org (via guardian uk)



I <3 Cephalopods :]

Well, what lovely biochemistry.

fuckyeahchemistry:

portraitofthought:

allcreatures:

mabelmoments:

The Hawaiian bobtail squid, Euprymna scolopes, has a clever way of duping predators during its nightly activities. Scientists have discovered that the squid uses a symbiotic luminescent bacteria to light up its underside, so that upwards-looking predators don’t see a dark, edible form silhouetted against a moonlit or starlit sky. Instead, hungry sharks or other fish see only sky Photograph: Mattias Ormestad/kahikai.org (via guardian uk)

I <3 Cephalopods :]

Well, what lovely biochemistry.

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fuckyeahchemistry:

Lamp powered by human blood
LiveScience:

A lamp that uses blood to create light is meant to make people rethink how they use energy. 
The lamp contains luminol, a chemical that reacts with the iron in blood and creates a bright blue glow.

fuckyeahchemistry:

Lamp powered by human blood

LiveScience:

A lamp that uses blood to create light is meant to make people rethink how they use energy.

The lamp contains luminol, a chemical that reacts with the iron in blood and creates a bright blue glow.

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