he tried to help
he tried to help
How to Train for a Netflix Marathon [Finish it! We know you can]
Anyone can RUN 26 miles, but only a true champion of endurance can STREAM 26 episodes in one sitting.
so i watched scott pilgrim vs the world again last night and the fact that im still picking up on things that i never saw before astounds me, like in this bus scene after the fight with matthew patel there’s a fucking bokeh filter on the front of the camera so when ramona is on screen all the out of focus bits are rendered as little “x”s and scott’s bits are little love hearts but when scott asks ramona if they’re dating now there’s a little ding from the bus as ramona’s turn to hearts like omg
the amount of attention to detail edgar wright puts into his films is absolutely baffling to me
Viewed From The International Space Station, Clouds Cast Fascinating Thousand-Mile Long Shadows…
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Since joining the International Space Station, geophysicist Alexander Gerst has spent a good deal of his free time taking photographs of the Earth, as it speeds by 205 miles below.
In the process, Gerst has captured hurricanes, floods, dust storms and oil fields among other things.
One of his favorite Earth features to photograph have been the shadows cast by clouds, which sometimes appear incredibly dramatic when viewed from space.
Dense cloud formations can throw long shadows that can stretch for thousands of miles on the Earth’s surface, before disappearing into the horizon.
Pangea with modern political borders (click to explore).
Recently, vox.com unearthed this awesome map of the ancient supercontinent (which originally made the rounds in 2012 and again in 2013), and their post included an interesting implied question: How removed would Americans feel from today’s Ebola epidemic if the world was arranged this way?
Credit: Massimo Pietrobon