mightyprofessor:

Building another dwemer lexicon, I now have 2. This is a step by step diagram of how I created this amazing prop. With previous images getting well over 7k notes, let’s make this hit one thousand a day.like, reblog, do what you have to to spread the word. I am honored to have something I’ve created be so incredibly loved by all walks of life, I know you will all feel the same. Thank all of you for your support and kind words. This was simply a little project I made for my costume, that exploded into tumblr fame.I owe this cube my followers.

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gamsalus:

rep-hard-in-the-paint:

gamsalus:

shitty gifs of my shitty skating tyvm

stop being better than me god dammit

shut up your squatters are way better than mine

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Do any of my followers play Destiny on PS4?

cus if so I would like to play with you! so let me know!

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biovisual:

What does Ebola actually do? By Kelly Servick, 13 August 2014 ||  Science/AAAS | News

Behind the unprecedented Ebola outbreak in West Africa lies a species with an incredible power to overtake its host.
Zaire ebolavirus and the family of filoviruses to which it belongs owe their virulence to mechanisms that first disarm the immune response and then dismantle the vascular system.
The virus progresses so quickly that researchers have struggled to tease out the precise sequence of events, particularly in the midst of an outbreak. Much is still unknown, including the role of some of the seven proteins that the virus’s RNA makes by hijacking the machinery of host cells and the type of immune response necessary to defeat the virus before it spreads throughout the body. But researchers can test how the live virus attacks different cells in culture and can observe the disease’s progression in nonhuman primates—a nearly identical model to humans. 

Continue reading to find out some of the basic things we understand about how Ebola and humans interact …
IMAGE: The Ebola virus THOMAS W. GEISBERT

This is the reason I entered biological science

biovisual:

What does Ebola actually do?
By Kelly Servick, 13 August 2014 ||  Science/AAAS | News

Behind the unprecedented Ebola outbreak in West Africa lies a species with an incredible power to overtake its host.

Zaire ebolavirus and the family of filoviruses to which it belongs owe their virulence to mechanisms that first disarm the immune response and then dismantle the vascular system.

The virus progresses so quickly that researchers have struggled to tease out the precise sequence of events, particularly in the midst of an outbreak. Much is still unknown, including the role of some of the seven proteins that the virus’s RNA makes by hijacking the machinery of host cells and the type of immune response necessary to defeat the virus before it spreads throughout the body. But researchers can test how the live virus attacks different cells in culture and can observe the disease’s progression in nonhuman primates—a nearly identical model to humans

Continue reading to find out some of the basic things we understand about how Ebola and humans interact …

IMAGEThe Ebola virus THOMAS W. GEISBERT

This is the reason I entered biological science

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best friends
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edwarrdelric:

ch.1 - 1x3 // ch.107 - 1x62

((right to left!))

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meteor-falls:

Pokemon League, Kanto

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climb-higher:

stoneyxochi:

REST IN PEACE JAY ‘JAYBOY’ ADAMS.

HOLY FUCK REST IN PEACE JAYBOY

climb-higher:

stoneyxochi:

REST IN PEACE JAY ‘JAYBOY’ ADAMS.

HOLY FUCK REST IN PEACE JAYBOY

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valkyriebrush:

Having a shit day? Just go out and skate!

I ride this exact set up!

valkyriebrush:

Having a shit day? Just go out and skate!

I ride this exact set up!

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artistiv:

"You’re only given one little spark of madness. You mustn’t lose it."

RIP Robin Williams. I miss you already.

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