ali-bitxh:

assiest:

wtf is an acronym 

This hurts my heart cause idc if this is a statement or a question

scienceyeah:

oh look at the time
i am a fucking bird

scienceyeah:

oh look at the time

i am a fucking bird

brains-and-bodies:

From Project Noah

"Cordyceps fungi turn their insect hosts into zombies in order to increase their own chances of reproductive success!The spores of the fungus attach themselves to the external surface of an insect where they germinate. They then enter the body through the tracheae via holes in the exoskeleton called spiracles. Fine fungal filaments called mycelia then start to grow inside the body cavity, absorbing the host’s soft tissues but avoiding its vital organs.When the fungus is ready to release spores and reproduce, it releases chemicals that act on the host’s brain, causing the insect to climb a plant and to clamp its mandibles around a leaf or leaf stem close to the top, securing it firmly to what will be its final resting place.The fungus then devours the insect’s brain, killing the host. The fruiting bodies of the fungus sprout from the body through gaps in the joints of the exoskeleton. Once mature, the fruiting bodies burst, releasing clusters of capsules into the air. These in turn explode on their descent, spreading airborne spores over the surrounding area. These spores then infect other insects, completing the life cycle of the fungus. Wasp infected with cordyceps fungi spotted by orionmystery”http://www.projectnoah.org/spottings/17007167

brains-and-bodies:

From Project Noah

"Cordyceps fungi turn their insect hosts into zombies in order to increase their own chances of reproductive success!

The spores of the fungus attach themselves to the external surface of an insect where they germinate. They then enter the body through the tracheae via holes in the exoskeleton called spiracles. Fine fungal filaments called mycelia then start to grow inside the body cavity, absorbing the host’s soft tissues but avoiding its vital organs.

When the fungus is ready to release spores and reproduce, it releases chemicals that act on the host’s brain, causing the insect to climb a plant and to clamp its mandibles around a leaf or leaf stem close to the top, securing it firmly to what will be its final resting place.

The fungus then devours the insect’s brain, killing the host. The fruiting bodies of the fungus sprout from the body through gaps in the joints of the exoskeleton. Once mature, the fruiting bodies burst, releasing clusters of capsules into the air. These in turn explode on their descent, spreading airborne spores over the surrounding area. These spores then infect other insects, completing the life cycle of the fungus. 

Wasp infected with cordyceps fungi spotted by orionmystery”
http://www.projectnoah.org/spottings/17007167

batmanisagatewaydrug:

thumbtackjuicyfruitspork:

You know when a fast angry song comes on that you know every word to and you’re in just the right mood that your eyes light up with the fire and angst of a thousand punk rockers and you just feel so alive

image

Warning: don’t touch, may look happy but ready to rip someone’s throat out

Warning: don’t touch, may look happy but ready to rip someone’s throat out

mymompickedthisurl:

philartful:

youforeuh:

simplisticexistence:

littlemonsterhatesdemon:

Ominous Storm, The Bermuda Triangle

& we wonder why things get lost there………

wtffff

that’s not a storm that’s a fucking demon or something


fuck this one island in particular

mymompickedthisurl:

philartful:

youforeuh:

simplisticexistence:

littlemonsterhatesdemon:

Ominous Storm, The Bermuda Triangle

& we wonder why things get lost there………

wtffff

that’s not a storm that’s a fucking demon or something

fuck this one island in particular

bag-gins:

on a scale of one to ten how dead is the hobbit fandom right now?

thorin oakenshield