(via sagansense)Source: doodleofboredom
“Project “Grumpy KarCat”
Introducing cancer cells to the test subjects resulted in minor facial deformation where eyelids were permanetly locked in a semi closed position and the curve of the mouth as seen in the image. Subject reported inability to change the facial expression, attempts to make subject smile resulted in bitter sarcasm. Further psychological analysis revealed an agressive impulse and a feeling of disatisfaction. Subject displayed grumpy mood.” ~ Cat
So turns out I mixed up the samples. Now I got a hybrid of a grumpy cat and a troll running around. I have no idea from where this sample came. I’m puzzled and preparing the chamber for the test subjects inevitable dismantling into basic components. Its ongoing pissed off mood is interferring with my research. I should pay more attention during experiments.
people throw around the expression “mind blown” a lot…but seriously. mind. blown.
This makes me want to learn how to herd sheep.
well that’s one way to get the sheep their exercise.
jesus fucking christ
omg this is fucking amazing
(via imber-noctis)Source: extremetanning
Insect wings can shred bacteria to pieces! This video shows how a newly discovered nanostructure on the wings of cicadas can rip certain bacterial membranes to shreds. This structure, perfected by nature as a natural defense against dangerous microbes, could be harnessed by humans to create antimicrobial surfaces.
Sometimes nature is our best innovator.
(More at Nature News)