Mary, revisited.

To those who stay put, the world is but an imaginary place. But to the movers, the makers, and the shakers, the world is all around, an endless invitation.

post-hardwhore:

nirvanic-s:

IT’S BACK

I ALMOST CRASHED ON THE FREEWAY BECAUSE I REMEMBERED THIS AND WAS LAUGHING SO HARD

EVERYONE NEEDS toWatCH THIS IM cRYIGN

(Source: videohall)

EXTREME

pornstarwars:

my street

pornstarwars:

my street

carry-on-my-jingle-butt:

sengawolf:

terrestrial-organic-matter:

VIVA LA REVOLUTION

wHY IS THERE A CRUSTACEAN IN THE LAB

MEHOYNOYNEHOY

carry-on-my-jingle-butt:

sengawolf:

terrestrial-organic-matter:

VIVA LA REVOLUTION

wHY IS THERE A CRUSTACEAN IN THE LAB

MEHOYNOYNEHOY

(Source: thats-so-meme)

(Source: tiniestshorts)

biologizeable:

rhamphotheca:

Fish Out of Water Learn to Walk

Around 400 million years ago, fish left the water and started to evolve into land-loving creatures. But how did the transition happen? A new and unusual experiment could shed some light on the kinds of changes that enabled fins to become limbs. Researchers took a fish species known to be able to walk on its fins from time to time, and raised it on land. Watch the fish promenade in this Nature Video.

Read the paper: http://dx.doi.org/10.1038/nature13708

Read the News & Views: http://dx.doi.org/10.1038/nature13743

Okay I wasn’t sure about this until a link to the paper itself was finally added, but this experiment happened at my university, and was done by people I knew and worked with at the museum! Very cool, I heard so much about fishy escapades that I am super excited to see this paper is out.

This reminds me of when Lewis Black encounters a creationist, he holds up a fossil and simply says, “Fossil”. This will be the fossil I show people.