andypdoc:

These mini-sculptures were created by Mobile Sculpture Workshop apprentices and instructors in order to demonstrate and practice welding and sculpture techniques. These models also served as design ideas for the construction of the final sculpture as well.  Keep up to date with the MSW over at our Facebook Page.  

These are amazing! They really killed it.

storeboughtisfine:

URBAN DECAY WINTER 2014/15

DAYMAN PALETTE
NIGHTMAN PALETTE


I’m never swearing again.

I’m never swearing again.

scinerds:

Globe-Trotting Virus Hides Inside People’s Gut Bacteria


  Every few months, we hear about a newly discovered that’s jumped from birds to people somewhere in the world. And the number of viruses identified in bats is “extraordinary and appears to increase almost daily,” scientists last year in the journal PLOS Pathogens.
  
  But a virus that has been quietly hiding inside millions of people on three continents — and never noticed before? That doesn’t come along often.
  
  Scientists at San Diego State University have discovered what may be the most common and abundant virus in the human gut. And yet, the tiny critter, called crAssphage (oh yes, there’s a story behind that name), has eluded researchers’ radar for decades.
  
  Here’s the cool part: The virus doesn’t just hang out in our intestines naked and alone, scientists Thursday in the journal Nature Communications. Instead, the virus takes up residence inside gut bacteria — specifically inside Bacteroides, a group of microbes that have been linked to obesity and diabetes.
  
  So the system is almost like a Russian nesting doll: The virus lives inside the bacterium, which lives inside our gut.
  
  The new virus doesn’t make us sick, but it may be involved in controlling weight through its effect on Bacteroides. “We suspect this virus is very important in regulating the number of these bacteria [the Bacteroides] in the intestine,” says computational biologist , who led the study.
  
  Edwards and his colleagues found the virus in fecal samples from people across the U.S., Europe, Korea and Japan. “But we think the virus is likely found worldwide,” he tells Goats and Soda. “We’ve basically found it in every population we’ve looked at. If we tested Africans, we think we’d find it in them, too.”
  
  Scientists are just starting to learn about all the organisms that live in and on the human body. Collectively, they’re called the human . And there’s no question they’re important for our health.
  
  So far, most studies have focused on the gut’s bacteria — not other microbes there. These bacteria are known to help regulate everything from our weight and immunity to heart health and . One study even found that changes in gut bacteria malnutrition in young children in Malawi.

scinerds:

Globe-Trotting Virus Hides Inside People’s Gut Bacteria

Every few months, we hear about a newly discovered that’s jumped from birds to people somewhere in the world. And the number of viruses identified in bats is “extraordinary and appears to increase almost daily,” scientists last year in the journal PLOS Pathogens.

But a virus that has been quietly hiding inside millions of people on three continents — and never noticed before? That doesn’t come along often.

Scientists at San Diego State University have discovered what may be the most common and abundant virus in the human gut. And yet, the tiny critter, called crAssphage (oh yes, there’s a story behind that name), has eluded researchers’ radar for decades.

Here’s the cool part: The virus doesn’t just hang out in our intestines naked and alone, scientists Thursday in the journal Nature Communications. Instead, the virus takes up residence inside gut bacteria — specifically inside Bacteroides, a group of microbes that have been linked to obesity and diabetes.

So the system is almost like a Russian nesting doll: The virus lives inside the bacterium, which lives inside our gut.

The new virus doesn’t make us sick, but it may be involved in controlling weight through its effect on Bacteroides. “We suspect this virus is very important in regulating the number of these bacteria [the Bacteroides] in the intestine,” says computational biologist , who led the study.

Edwards and his colleagues found the virus in fecal samples from people across the U.S., Europe, Korea and Japan. “But we think the virus is likely found worldwide,” he tells Goats and Soda. “We’ve basically found it in every population we’ve looked at. If we tested Africans, we think we’d find it in them, too.”

Scientists are just starting to learn about all the organisms that live in and on the human body. Collectively, they’re called the human . And there’s no question they’re important for our health.

So far, most studies have focused on the gut’s bacteria — not other microbes there. These bacteria are known to help regulate everything from our weight and immunity to heart health and . One study even found that changes in gut bacteria malnutrition in young children in Malawi.

I saw far too little of you on my cleve trip :( i<3u

I know I know I feel like a horrible friend. I dunno what is wrong with me I just felt awful and I felt like my attitude would spread.

who the fuck is this dickhead? voted "least likely to be able to take a hint"

It’s a real smooth talker. Real smoov

you know you want to see it. youre probably touching yourself to it now you slut
Anonymous

Actually no. I am driving you psyduck, and if you don’t knock it off, I’m gonna submit your dick to the lovely ladies of sorry-mom.com

I said I get dick pics, but I did not ask for you to send me more. I am not opening your tiny_pic_dick. Please do not submit them, I am not sorry.

beyonco:

this is the only picture on my phone

U.N.P.O.C. - See You Later
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vinylisretro:

U.N.P.O.C. - See You Later

likeafieldmouse:

Axel Hoedt - More from the series Once a Year (published 2013)

theweekmagazine:

How a Ghost Army of American artists helped defeat Hitler

If you’ve never heard of the Ghost Army, you’re in good company. The unit was a classified secret until 1996 — it’s still partially classified — and Rick Beyer, the director of The Ghost Army, only found out about the covert troop of artist-warriors by chance, in a Boston-area cafe, from the niece of one of the unit’s veterans.
Armies have been using subterfuge to fool enemy forces for eons, but the Ghost Army was unusually audacious, and especially good at its job: Designing and deploying inflatable tanks, airplanes, and artillery, plus sound effects and other illusion-spinning tactics to convince the German army that the Allied forces were stronger and more omnipresent than they were.

theweekmagazine:

How a Ghost Army of American artists helped defeat Hitler

If you’ve never heard of the Ghost Army, you’re in good company. The unit was a classified secret until 1996 — it’s still partially classified — and Rick Beyer, the director of The Ghost Army, only found out about the covert troop of artist-warriors by chance, in a Boston-area cafe, from the niece of one of the unit’s veterans.

Armies have been using subterfuge to fool enemy forces for eons, but the Ghost Army was unusually audacious, and especially good at its job: Designing and deploying inflatable tanks, airplanes, and artillery, plus sound effects and other illusion-spinning tactics to convince the German army that the Allied forces were stronger and more omnipresent than they were.

my face is my cock and I already posted that on here
Anonymous

I get dick pics all the time, do you want an award for your indiscriminate penis?