Straight Comfin'

rhamphotheca:

Gonatus onyx
Based on decades of observations, marine biologists assumed that all squids laid their eggs in clusters on the sea floor, where the eggs developed and hatched without any help from their parents. However, through observations of the deep-sea squid Gonatus onyx using MBARI’s ROVs, scientists learned that females brood their eggs, carrying the eggs between their arms until the young hatch and swim away. 
Read more about this amazing adaptation here: MBARI  This female Gonatus onyx squid was observed at nearly 2,000 m depth swimming slowly through the water, carrying her sack of eggs. Because they cannot swim very quickly, brooding squid may be easy prey for deep diving marine mammals.
(via: Monterey Bay Aquarium Research Institute)

rhamphotheca:

Gonatus onyx

Based on decades of observations, marine biologists assumed that all squids laid their eggs in clusters on the sea floor, where the eggs developed and hatched without any help from their parents. However, through observations of the deep-sea squid Gonatus onyx using MBARI’s ROVs, scientists learned that females brood their eggs, carrying the eggs between their arms until the young hatch and swim away.

Read more about this amazing adaptation here: MBARI

This female Gonatus onyx squid was observed at nearly 2,000 m depth swimming slowly through the water, carrying her sack of eggs. Because they cannot swim very quickly, brooding squid may be easy prey for deep diving marine mammals.

(via: Monterey Bay Aquarium Research Institute)

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Strangers on a Train (1951)

(Source: howtocatchamonster)

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teenytigress:

This show fucks me up

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gameraboy:

untitled by alittleblackegg on Flickr.
Cooking Out of This World, Ed. Anne McCaffrey.Ballantine, 1973.Cover by Jacques Wyrs.Per Flickr:
Recipes from science fiction writers. Memorable entries include Walter M Miller Jr’s “Gopher Stew” (“A book of science fiction recipes should contain a few formulae for things to be cooked in a tin can in the forest after World War III”) and George Alec Effinger’s “Piglet’s Ginger Peachy Soup.” Larry Niven provides the mixed drinks.

gameraboy:

untitled by alittleblackegg on Flickr.

Cooking Out of This World, Ed. Anne McCaffrey.
Ballantine, 1973.
Cover by Jacques Wyrs.

Per Flickr:

Recipes from science fiction writers. Memorable entries include Walter M Miller Jr’s “Gopher Stew” (“A book of science fiction recipes should contain a few formulae for things to be cooked in a tin can in the forest after World War III”) and George Alec Effinger’s “Piglet’s Ginger Peachy Soup.” Larry Niven provides the mixed drinks.

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gameraboy:

Oh hai!

gameraboy:

Oh hai!

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fuckyeah1990s:

Kazaam (1996)

fuckyeah1990s:

Kazaam (1996)

(Source: televandalist)

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robertkazinsky:

Film Meme: male characters (6/9)

I’m afraid. I’m afraid, Dave. Dave, my mind is going. I can feel it. I can feel it. My mind is going. There is no question about it. I can feel it. I can feel it. I can feel it. I’m a…fraid. - HAL 9000

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fuckyeah1990s:

"Mystery Men" (1999)

(Source: hutchersoms)

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