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Alien Planet is a 94-minute docufiction, originally airing on the Discovery Channel, about two internationally built robot probes searching for alien life on the fictional planet Darwin IV. It was based on the book Expedition, by sci-fi/fantasy artist and writer Wayne Douglas Barlowe, who was also executive producer on the special. It premiered on May 14, 2005.
The show uses computer-generated imagery, which is interspersed with interviews from such notables as Stephen Hawking, George Lucas, Michio Kaku and Jack Horner.
Seriously one of the best things sci-fi and space related things I’ve ever watched. Tagging this for all my trekkie fans who haven’t seen yet and are jonesin’ for something new to watch!
(Blurb taken from wikipedia).
USN boxing match, 1900’s.
My money is on the dude on the right for whatever reason.
I turned my favorite part of the No Problems video into this animated gif with the help of imgflip.
The Female Type Titan, from Shingeki no Kyojin / Attack on Titan
Centrifugal forces kill the man.
Want, please. I need these.
If a Norwegian robot analyzes a bird, it Scandinavian.
"John William Keedy explores themes of anxiety and varied neuroses in his photography."
I’ve never seen anxiety so accurately translated into art before…
I’m the one with all the lights.
The sticky notes…
this has gone on too far
they’re just trying to make sure you’re not a phony
So there’s a Crossfit “box” opening up right next door, and the extra interesting part is that it’ll be directly downstairs from a large upscale gym that was opened just a few years ago. This seems like a smooth play to me considering that it’s a central location in a neighborhood with favorable demographics (IMO), but I also feel like they’ll poach some of the other gym’s current and would-be clients considering it charges $90 per month.
THIS EXACTLY THIS.
If only, if only all feminists came off this way. What are people supposed to think when feminists proclaim themselves “misandrists?” and call everyone and anyone who misunderstands even the slightest detail of their point a bigot or a misogynist?
Not saying the majority of feminists are like that, but this comic ignores a large part of the problem; hateful feminists…
I believe feminists are rational, fair-minded individuals, and not whiney children consumed by their egotism and disdain for men. I believe that feminists are emotionally mature and fair-minded in their social inquiry and commentary. I don’t believe that feminists are hopelessly partisan and out of touch with reality.
Aren’t I a great humanitarian for saying this? Somebody hand me a cookie…