September202014
mapsontheweb:

Map of the British Isles before the Act of Union of 1707

mapsontheweb:

Map of the British Isles before the Act of Union of 1707

1PM

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1PM

pity-intercourse:

arrested development is the best

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1AM

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1AM

joelmclaurie:

G R E E N D A L E   S E V E N  Appreciation  Week(s)

DAY SIX

Favorite speech/quote given to or by one of the study group members: Abed’s speech in Remedial Chaos Theory

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September192014
brightwalldarkroom:

“This fellow Keaton seems to be the whole show!”
-The Playroom, 1921.

brightwalldarkroom:

This fellow Keaton seems to be the whole show!”

-The Playroom, 1921.

11PM
scienceyoucanlove:

Beautiful dissection of the arterial blood supply of the brain from 1934!By Martin Woerdeman (1892-1990)
from Daily Anatomy

scienceyoucanlove:

Beautiful dissection of the arterial blood supply of the brain from 1934!

By Martin Woerdeman (1892-1990)

from Daily Anatomy

(via fuckyeahnarcotics)

11PM
scienceyoucanlove:

This is an electron micrograph of a T-lymphocyte killer cell (small cell at left), attacking a large cancer tumour cell. The T- lymphocyte, a white blood cell, must make intimate contact with the tumour cell. It does so by recognizing antigens on the tumour’s surface.Following contact the tumour cell undergoes distinct structural changes; loss of microvilli (small projections), perforation & ultimately death. The tumour cell may survive, however, by budding off a number of blebs or blisters (seen here), which form a protective barrier between itself & the lymphocyte, preventing any contact. Magnification: X 2,500 Credit: DR. ANDREJS LIEPINS/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY
through Daily Anatomy

scienceyoucanlove:

This is an electron micrograph of a T-lymphocyte killer cell (small cell at left), attacking a large cancer tumour cell. The T- lymphocyte, a white blood cell, must make intimate contact with the tumour cell. It does so by recognizing antigens on the tumour’s surface.

Following contact the tumour cell undergoes distinct structural changes; loss of microvilli (small projections), perforation & ultimately death. The tumour cell may survive, however, by budding off a number of blebs or blisters (seen here), which form a protective barrier between itself & the lymphocyte, preventing any contact. 

Magnification: X 2,500 
Credit: DR. ANDREJS LIEPINS/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY

through Daily Anatomy

(via fuckyeahnarcotics)

6PM
historicaltimes:

Hong Kong, the Venice of the Orient. 1950

historicaltimes:

Hong Kong, the Venice of the Orient. 1950

6PM
oldbeirut:

American University of Beirut [1914] | Copyright Library of Congress

oldbeirut:

American University of Beirut [1914] | Copyright Library of Congress

September182014

brianmichaelbendis:

"We’ve all selected the wrong partners, all gotten hurt, and hopefully all moved on wiser for the experience. But there are those who, even in the face of constant disappointment, continue to believe that the intensity of their desire will be rewarded by an eventual jackpot of affection. And if that’s the slot machine you’re playing, friend, you’d better leave the casino ‘cause that one don’t pay out"
-Paul Dini

BATMAN: MAD LOVE (Feb. 1994)
Art by Bruce Timm & Rick Taylor
Words by Paul Dini

(Source: thecomicsvault, via stplong)

September152014
therumpus:

Here’s today’s Daily GIF!

therumpus:

Here’s today’s Daily GIF!

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